sorry JD but threatening your neighbor with economic ruin and bullying them is not a good negotiating tactic. It is bullying. And you do not treat your neighbor and ally that way.
It is not how a great nation behaves. It is plain and simple bullying that seems good to you? Stop excusing behavior which is unacceptable for a great nation and a president. We are a better people than having to resort to bullying and threats. This is shameful like some barroom brawl or high school mean girl tactics.
Sorry, you feel that way but the American people are sick and tired of Mexico empty promises. Trump has asked numerous times for Mexico to play fair and now we are going to initiate a tariff, we mean business!
Look I’ve stated that someone is paying to ship these people to our borders and Mexico lets it go unchecked! Let’s check into this together to prove a point.
Undocumented migrants climb on a train known as “La Bestia” (The Beast), in Las Patronas town, Veracruz State, Mexico on August 9, 2018 to travel through Mexico and reach the US. – From the south border with Guatemala to the north border with the United States, AFP met during 24 hours migrants in pursue of their “American dream” risking their lives though Mexican territory, who share their journey stories. (Photo by RONALDO SCHEMIDT / AFP) (Photo credit should read RONALDO SCHEMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)
Mass migration knocks a countries resources into the dirt. The winners are the traffickers and the people that are betting on the stock market or other countries that want to see Europe and the US fail.
Slow progression is what’s needed, we don’t have living space set up, healthcare on an ongoing basis setup as you well know. The American dream is one of laws.
We gave the Mexican Government plenty of warning, now we are in crisis mode. Stop coming here, simple as that, other people are waiting their turn.
Send the military into Honduras and Guatemala, not only for military aid against the gangs but also for humanitarian relief, stop coming here. Why do they think they can come here?
This is how
Pueblo Sin Fronteras (English: Village without Borders) is an immigration rights group known for organizing several high-profile migrant caravans in Mexico and Central America. The organization’s efforts to facilitate immigration and calls for open borders attracted considerable amounts of coverage in the Mexican and American media.
Pueblo Sin Fronteras was formed in 1987. The group builds shelters for refugees on the trek north to the Mexican-American border and provides legal counsel to them. Activists affiliated with the group are present in the United States, where the organization actively raises funds and organizes protest actions against U.S. immigration policy. The organization is a member organization of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network.
The organization is notable for coordinating several high-profile migrant caravans in April 2018 and October 2018. These caravans, which traveled from Central America into Mexico, were the subject of widespread media coverage. Unlike the April caravan, the October 2018 caravan was not directly organized by Pueblo Sin Fronteras, with the group instead offering logistical support.
This is based out of Chicago! LOL the most corrupt city in America,IMO
I want to know who is funding this group! Don’t come to the US illegally! Many are bringing diseases with them that we haven’t seen in decades!
Thank you anon for another enlighting conversation, 🌸😎
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