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Mexico’s House Speaker Equivalent: We Can’t Stop Flood Of Illegal Immigrants

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Published on: June 11, 2019

Since President Trump announced that an agreement with Mexico had been reached for Mexico to enforce its southern border security in an effort to help the US stop the illegal alien invasion of the US, Mexico’s equivalent to the Speaker of the House declared that his country will not be able to stop the flow of illegal alien invaders along Mexico’s border and the US could tolerate triple its population based on territorial size, meaning another century of “immigration.”

The Daily Caller reported:

Mexico’s equivalent of the speaker of the House mocked President Donald Trump on Monday and said that the country won’t be able to stop the flood of immigrants from Central America.

Porfirio Munoz Ledo said in an interview that the U.S.’s territory is large enough to hold triple its current population and can accommodate another century of immigration.

Munoz Ledo, the president of the Chamber of Deputies, the Mexican legislature’s lower chamber, said Trump’s tough talk on immigration was “electoral bravado.”

Trump had threatened to slap tariffs 5% tariff on all Mexican goods “until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP.” 

The president backed off his threat on condition that Mexico agree to better enforce its own southern border.

Mexico will try very hard, and if they do that, this will be a very successful agreement for both the United States and Mexico!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 8, 2019

Mexico will try very hard, and if they do that, this will be a very successful agreement for both the United States and Mexico!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 8, 2019

Munoz Ledo said Monday that he didn’t think Mexico was capable of stopping the flow of migrants from Central America. and said that Mexico should commit to protecting immigration as a human right.

He added that the pressure on Mexico from the U.S. would lessen after Trump was out of office.

While Munoz Ledo claimed Mexico should commit to protecting immigration as a human right, he is basing his position on Central American illegal alien invaders to traverse through Mexico into the united States – not stay in Mexico to work etc.  Immigration into another sovereign nation IS NOT a human right;  it is a privilege afforded to non-citizens who wish to enter, live in the sovereign nation, contribute to society, and assimilate to the culture.  “Rights” come from God, not government.  Therefore, if one nation chooses to invent a “right”, other nations have the authority to dismiss those nations’ invented rights.

It is rather interesting that Munoz Ledo expressed confidence in the pressure on Mexico lessening regarding assisting the US in stopping the illegal alien invasion of our republic “after Trump was out of office”.  And, this is exactly why the US, as a sovereign nation, cannot rely on another to “assist” with controlling or stopping illegal alien invasion along our borders.  Foreign governments are well aware that policies change with the election of a new president and new administration appointments.  All Mexico has to do is wait out the Trump administration for policy change or just renege on the agreement at the outset.

The question still remains – Why are people leaving Central America in droves in order to cross into the US illegally?  Guatemalan Minister of Governance Enrique Degenhart, in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller, pointed the finger at Mexico.

The Guatemalan Minister of Governance Enrique Degenhart is calling out the Mexican government for its role in the migrant crisis.

During a sit-down interview, he told The Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill that Mexico is incentivizing Guatemalans and others from Central American countries to leave their homes by offering different kinds of benefits to them like work permits and visas while they migrate north toward the United States.

Degenhart explained:

Let me start by saying that our macroeconomic numbers in the country are very good. We have actually the lowest criminal rates in the country that we have had in the past 15 or 20 years which means that it’s probably not a factor of economics or security. What we have identified and this is part of what we have to work with is the ‘pull factor’ and a mix of cultural situations that are happening in the country. When I talk about the pull factor, i’m talking about our neighbor, Mexico –that unfortunately has been offering different kinds of benefits, admin benefits like visas and other kinds of work permits and situations that basically enhance the interests of our Guatemalans  on using Mexico as a route to the U.S.

The U.S.-Mexico border has reached a breaking point, with the number migrants seeking access into America increasing continuously since January.

According to Guatemalan’s Degenhart, the illegal alien invasion along the US southern border coming from his country is not due to “economics or security” – two reasons given to Customs and Border Patrol as “asylum” reasons to enter the US.  And, Degenhart blamed Mexico for incentivizing Guatemalans to illegally trek to the US through offering “visas and other kinds of work permits and situations that basically enhance the interests” of Guatemalan citizens to use Mexico routes to travel to the US.  Some may balk at Degenhart’s statement, particularly Mexico enticing Guatemalans to travel through Mexico to the US;  however, based on the corrupt, criminal government of Mexico run by drug cartels, Degenhart’s accusations have merit.

Anyone surprised by Degenhart’s accusations against Mexico?  If so, someone would have to be totally willfully ignorant.  If anything, Degenhart’s accusations against Mexico prove what this writer has hypothesized in previous articles – Mexico has no intention of securing its own borders or assisting the US to secure ours, which it is under no obligation to do, agreement or not.  Despite Mexico’s “deal” with the Trump administration, Mexico only agreed in order to avoid unconstitutional levying of tariffs by the president and the minuscule number of illegal alien invaders repulsed is a drop in the bucket compared to those presenting at our southern border.

It appears our federal government has not learned from the Russia/Germany agreement during World War II.  The agreement benefitted Russia and benefitted Germany until Hitler decided the agreement didn’t any longer.  It served the purpose of lulling Russia into a false sense of security, in that Germany would not wage war against the nation, so Hitler could catch the country off guard when he attacked to gain additional land resources for Germany.

The American people should certainly be familiar with governments violating agreements since the federal government, all branches, has usurped the Constitution for the united States of America in order to serve its selfish needs.  Mexico does not follow any United Nations agreements on “illegal alien invasion” or “asylum seeking” individuals entering its borders.  Those illegal alien invaders don’t follow protocol from any entity.  These reasons, coupled with the constitutional authority given the federal government to protect citizens from “invasion”, are enough for the US to act independently regardless of the opinion of any government official of any nation.

As suspected and based upon the comments of Munoz Ledo of Mexico and Guatemala’s Degenhart, there is some other force driving these emigrants from Central America to the US.  No, it isn’t the hoax of climate change/global warming.  More than likely, it is a Democratic Party, George Soros, RINO supported, illegal alien invasion advocacy entity (ies) and Mexico driving the invasion for their own secondary gain and purpose(s).

Hopefully, this writer is wrong and Mexico will honor its agreement with the Trump administration.  However, doubts remain because this administration is treating the US illegal alien invasion issue as though the US were part of some North American Union, similar to the EU.  If this invasion is not contained, controlled and repelled according to the tenets contained in the Constitution, one can expect the US to look like Germany, France, and the United Kingdom, where illegal alien invaders wreak havoc in cities across our country.

Article posted with permission from The Washington Standard

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