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Mexico’s Disastrous Plan to Destroy America & Encourage Illegal Immigration

The Mexican government is forcing retaliation from President Donald Trump, as Mexico is not only allowing their own citizens to enter the United States illegally, but are also helping other nations’ migrants do it, too.

As we reported, the president went on a Twitter tirade on Sunday, threatening to end the DACA deal, pushing Congress to use the nuclear option to get border security legislation passed, and holding a gun to Mexico’s head with a threat to end the North American Free Trade Agreement.

The fact is: any punishment Mexico receives is of their own fault.

Mexican Border Patrol units stood aside as a caravan of illegal immigrants crossed the border from Guatemala, and Mexican police are continuing to stand aside as the caravan marches toward the United States border.

Officials in some Mexican towns have helped by providing food, water and lodging to the migrants who are said to be from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, according to El Universal.

The caravan, named “Viacrucis Migrante 2018” by its organizers, Pueblo Sin Fronteras (Peoples Without Borders), is expected to reach Tijuana within a month, where some members will request asylum from the United States.


What is most astounding is that the caravan’s organizers, and those who support them, apparently believe that anyone who wants to come to America is entitled to do so.

“ALERTA—Far-right white supremacists, including at Breitbart, are setting sights on the #ViacrucisMigrante2018 #RefugeeCaravan #NoBanNoWallNoRaids #RefugeesWelcome,” wrote a Twitter user named PJ Podesta.

Irineo Mújica, a migrant as well as one of the march’s organizers, told Univision that the migrants will ask the United States for asylum “because of the poverty and violence of the organized crime” in their home nations.

If poverty and violence were enough reason to give asylum to these migrants, there would be no reason that the United States could not give the entirety of Latin America asylum, which would be an economic disaster for the United States and its citizens.

“The United States complains about migration, but at the same time it contributes to the cause of why people emigrate,” Mújica said.

Mexican activist Cristóbal Sánchez said that the march is designed to have America “recognize the humanitarian crisis that is being experienced in our Central American countries.”

This spotlight on the humanitarian crisis is a fine thing to do, but it does not entitle anyone to residence in the United States. Citizens of any nation are responsible for enacting change and fixing their own government.

If America could take in every refugee around the world who faces these challenges, that would be fantastic, but there are not enough jobs or resources to accommodate this ideal, which is why there does exist a legal way to immigrate, and these migrants should recognize this process and respect the law of the land they so badly want to be a part of.


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Carmine Sabia

Carmine began writing for BizPacReview in 2014 where he found success as a conservative writer. His popularity continued to soar as he gained tens of thousands of followers. ​Carmine has been quoted by Fox News, has been interviewed on television by Tomi Lahren, appeared on BBC Radio, "The Critical Hour" with Dr. Wilmer Leon, Sky News in the UK, NHK in Japan, Power 98.7 South Africa and various other media outlets.

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  1. Joseph Mangano April 9, 2018

    We’re talking about people seeking political asylum, though, not permanently residing here. Either way, the point is to highlight the ways the United States contributes to the strife in Mexico and Central America, and to write a whole column about how Mexico and its people are responsible for their own problems and not even mention the war on drugs is borderline irresponsible. Not to mention the idea about not having enough jobs and resources is wrong-headed. It relies on the false assumption that the number of jobs available are fixed (which they aren’t), and it belies the notion that the U.S. is one of the richest nations in the world. Besides, undocumented immigrants do a lot of work that Americans are either unwilling to do or unwilling to do for the low pay they often receive. It would be disastrous if they were *removed* from our economy, not the other way around.

  2. Gene Ralno April 9, 2018

    Everyone who has watched this issue over the past 40 years and knows a little about the earlier history, knows Mexico’s goal. And once democrats realized that citizens would never again elect them, they began importing their supply of voters. It’s called a dovetail. Allowed to continue, this combined effort will bring down the nation. We need to sever all diplomatic and trade relations with Mexico and continue it until they end this absurd and transparent program. Allowed to continue for only a few months should fix the problem and restore trade relations. We also need a special law that prohibits Mexican consular offices because they’re not needed. Mexico is right next door for heavens sake. If Mexico wants to beef up its presence, it should build offices along the border, on the Mexican side of course.

    1. Joseph Mangano April 9, 2018

      Too bad there’s no evidence whatsoever of massive voter fraud. But sure, Mexico and the Democrats (not that I love the Democratic Party) are working together to bring down the United States of America.

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