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‘Caravan migrants’ turn down offer to stay in Mexico. Bishop says God will reward those who help the invasion

There is no clearer indication that the so-called “migrant caravan” of more than 14,000 Hondurans, Guatemalans, and who knows what else, is really an invading army bent on entering the United States, regardless of our immigration laws and the consent of the American people.

The Associated Press reports (via NBC News), Oct. 27, 2018, that “Several thousand Central American migrants turned down a Mexican offer of benefits if they applied for refugee status and stayed in the country’s two southernmost states”. Instead, the “migrants” vowed to set out before dawn Saturday to continue their long trek toward the U.S. border.

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has offered the “You are at home” plan, offering shelter, medical attention, schooling and jobs to the “migrants” in Chiapas and Oaxaca states if they applied, calling it a first step toward permanent refugee status. Although authorities said more than 1,700 had already applied for refugee status, the bulk of the “migrants” refuse to accept anything less than safe passage to the U.S. border.

As an example, in the town of Arriaga, the “migrants” voted to reject the offer in a show of hands, yelling “Thank you! No, we’re heading north!”. 58-year-old Oscar Sosa of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, said, “Our goal is not to remain in Mexico. Our goal is to make it to the (U.S). We want passage, that’s all.”

Mexico’s government has allowed the migrants to make their way on foot but has not provided them with food, shelter or bathrooms, reserving aid for those who turn themselves in. Police also have been ejecting paid “migrants” off buses by enforcing an obscure road insurance regulation. An official with Mexico’s immigration authority said they’re also cracking down on smaller groups trying to catch up with the main “caravan”, keeping them from swelling the caravan’s ranks. People Without Borders’ Irineo Mujica accused Mexican immigration agents of “terrorizing” the migrants in an effort to stop the group’s advance.

Meanwhile, the Catholic Church continues to promote lawlessness and ignore national sovereignty, under the guise of charity.

Not only is a Catholic organization — Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLIN) — part of the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project coalition that’s supporting the invading “caravan” (Infowars), a Mexican bishop has proclaimed God will reward those who aid the migrants invaders.

Catholic News Agency reports that Bishop Jaime Calderón Calderón of Tapachula, Mexico praised the generosity of lay people and priests aiding the “migrants” in his diocese: “I am deeply grateful to my brother priests and all those people from our parishes who have gone far beyond their means to be able to provide for others. Know that God will always reward that goodness which you have shown.”

And here’s another fifth-columnist, the truly awful actor George Takei — the homosexual who fondly reminisced about being molested by a pedophile camp-counselor, and who himself is accused of sexual assault.

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Thousands of ‘migrant caravan’ invaders break through Mexico border fence – Video

Update: Central American ‘caravan’ invaders are in Mexico, now numbering more than 9,000

We must stop allowing the devils of MSM dictate our language.

The thousands of Hondurans and Guatemalans are NOT a “migrant caravan”.

They are INVADERS.

And as you can see from news videos and the pic below, like the Muslim invaders in Europe, the Central American invaders are mainly young, military-age men.

According to Breitbart, the migrant caravan invaders originated in Honduras when about 1,300 “migrants” began an organized march to Mexico toward the U.S. border. Despite the Mexican government’s announcement it would enforce immigration laws and turn back those who do not have a visa, the “caravan” grew in size to more than 4,000.

Yesterday, the migrants invaders broke through a flimsy border fence on Mexico’s southern border and swarmed into Mexico like locusts.

Here’s a dramatic video captured and posted to Facebook by Noticias Telemundo, NBC Universal’s Spanish-American language Telemundo News:

 

Reuters reported yesterday that the border breach took place in the town of Tecun Uman at the Mexico-Guatemala border. The invading horde broke through the border fence “and onto a bridge leading to Mexico, only to be halted by dozens of Mexican police in riot gear.” Mexican police say “a few” officers were injured in clashes.

In a televised address, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto called the border breach “unprecedented” and accused some migrants of attacking police: “Mexico does not and will not allow (people) to enter its territory illegally, let alone violently.”

Late yesterday, the governments of Honduras and Guatemala said they were mobilizing to assist the return of Honduran migrants to their homeland. Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez said he had spoken to his Guatemalan counterpart Jimmy Morales for clearance to send civil protection personnel to help the Hondurans and to find transport for those wanting to return. “We’ll continue this operation for as long as is necessary,” Hernandez said in a post on Twitter. Guatemala’s government tweeted that Hernandez would meet Morales today in Guatemala City to implement a strategy for returning the Honduran migrants.

According to Reuters, Central American “emigrants” from Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras make up the bulk of people now caught trying to enter the United States illegally every year, and that “several migrants” (i.e., INVADERS) at the Guatemala-Mexico border spoke of entire neighborhoods leaving their homes to join the trek invasion after news circulated on social media of a call for a new “caravan” to Mexico six months after the previous one.

President Trump has warned the caravan invasion must be stopped before it reaches the United States, and that all financial aid to Central American countries will be rescinded if the migration was not halted. On Thursday, he threatened to send U.S. troops to close and protect America’s southern border if Mexico did not stop the invasion. Speaking in Scottsdale, Arizona yesterday, Trump said he “appreciated very much” Mexico’s efforts to stop the caravan, but that “If that doesn’t work out, we’re calling up the military – not the (National) Guard – we’re calling up the military. They’re not coming into this country.”

Mr. President (@realDonaldTrump), the time for threatening words is over. It is time for action. Send a battalion of our military to the border to show Mexico-Guatemala-Honduras and the American people you mean what you say.

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NAFTA is history: Trump makes new US-Mexico trade agreement

Donald John Trump keeps his promises.

Today, President Trump fulfilled yet another of his campaign promises — ending NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement). During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump often railed against the trade pact as “the worst trade deal maybe ever signed anywhere.”

Fox News reports that President Trump announced today his plans to terminate the existing NAFTA, and a new tentative agreement between the United States and Mexico that he calls “one of the largest trade deals ever made.” The United States Trade Representative called the deal a “preliminary agreement in principle, subject to finalization and implementation.”

Trump said he wanted to get rid of the name “NAFTA” because it has bad connotations, and that he would like to call the new deal with Mexico the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement: “They used to call it NAFTA, we are going to call it the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement, and we will get rid of the name NAFTA. It has a bad connotation because the United States was hurt very badly by NAFTA.”

Sitting at the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office, President Trump put Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on his speaker phone as the press watched. Speaking through a translator, Peña Nieto congratulated the negotiators on both sides and even offered to give President Trump a hug.

Trump and Peña Nieto have been working for the past five weeks to iron out resolve key differences on issues ranging from automobiles to energy, so that an agreement can be finalized and signed ahead of Mexican President-elect (and a declared socialist) Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s inauguration in December.

One of the biggest issues on the negotiating table deals with car manufacturing jobs, as the Trump administration pushes for a deal that would boost factory employment in the U.S. According to a fact sheet from the U.S. Trade Representative, the new trade agreement with Mexico includes new rules of origin to incentivize manufacturers to source goods and materials in North America – including requiring 75% of auto content be made in the United States and Mexico.

The U.S. on Thursday agreed to keep the 2.5% tariff currently applied under World Trade Organization rules if the cars are made at factories that already exist, which leaves open the possibility that automobiles that are built at new plants could face tariffs of 20% to 25%.

As for Canada, President Trump said “we’ll see” if Canada can still be part of the trade pact, leaving open the possibility of separate agreements: “We are starting negotiations with Canada pretty much immediately.”

Officials in Canada still expressed optimism over a renewed NAFTA. Both Canada and Mexico have said they want to keep the three-nation NAFTA that dates back to 1994. A spokesman for Canada’s minister of foreign affair, Chrystia Freeland, said: “Canada is encouraged by the continued optimism shown by our negotiating partners. Progress between Mexico and the United States is a necessary requirement for any renewed NAFTA agreement. Our focus is unchanged. We’ll keep standing up for Canadian interests as we work toward a modernized trilateral NAFTA agreement.”

Earlier in August, Trump threatened Canada with auto tariffs if the U.S. and Canada can’t forge a deal. He tweeted: “Canada must wait. Their Tariffs and Trade Barriers are far too high. Will tax cars if we can’t make a deal!”

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Mexican presidential candidate calls for mass migrant invasion of U.S.

MAMA Make America Mexico Again
El Universal is a Mexican daily newspaper founded in 1916, with a print circulation of 300,000 and an online readership of more than 16 million unique visitors each month.
Misael Zavala reports for El Universal that at a campaign rally on June 19, 2018, Mexican presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador, of the AMLO or Together We Will Make History coalition, protested the Trump administration “locking migrant children in cages” and declared that if he wins the July 1 election, he will be an advocate for the “human right” of “migrants” from the Americas and the world to flood the United States:

“And soon, very soon, to the triumph of our movement we are going to defend the migrants of the entire American continent and all the migrants of the world who, by necessity, have to leave their villages to seek life in the United States. It is a human right that we are going to defend.”

Washington Post calls Obrador “Mexico’s next president“.

In the rally, Obrador also demanded that Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto must take these actions to stop “the arrogant, racist and inhumane attitude of the government of Donald Trump”:

  1. Send Trump a “diplomatic note of protest”.
  2. Request an intervention by the United Nations’ high commissioner to stop “this racist, inhumane deportation of children into cages and separating them from parents”.
  3. Send a professional team of lawyers, psychologists and social workers to the US-Mexico border to assist the “children”.

Paul Bois reports for The Daily Wire, June 22, 2018, that Obrador is currently the frontrunner. He has run on a ticket opposing President Trump’s policies toward Mexico. From the New York Times:

After 18 years of trying, and trying again, Mr. López Obrador, widely known as AMLO, may have a historic opportunity. He has said that his presidency will signal the start of Mexico’s fourth revolution, following independence from Spain in the early 19th century, the liberal reforms later that century, and the Mexican Revolution in the early 20th century.
He promises an austere, nationalist government that will fight corruption and inequality. He has said he will push constitutional amendments to change Mexico’s energy policy, eliminate immunity for government employees and allow for mechanisms of direct democracy, such as presidential referendums. He has repeatedly compared himself to Mexican leaders like Benito Juárez, Francisco Madero and Lázaro Cárdenas, which is like an American candidate comparing himself to George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Instead of threatening the United States with an invasion of illegal “migrants” across the border, Obrador should attend to the very real problems of his own country, where violent crimes are out of control and politicians are being assassinated by droves.
According to the UPI, since Mexico’s election began last September, 113 political candidates and 8 journalists have been killed. The most recent victim is Rosely Danilu Magaña, a municipal councilor candidate for Isla Mujeres, an island just off the coast of Cancun, who was shot to death on June 11, 2018, with a bullet to her thorax.
The killings of politicians are part of the general criminality of Mexico. Violence in Mexico, mainly organized crime, has intensified in recent years. Mexico has the distinction of having 4 of the world’s 26 most dangerous cities in 2017: Acapulco (#2), Victoria (#5), Tijuana (#22), Culiacán (#24). 2017 was the most violent year in recent decades, with more than 25,000 homicides.

Last August, the U.S. State Department issued travel warning for parts of Mexico. On June 19, even Mexico’s bishops issued a warning about crimea protocol guide to help prevent crimes against priests, religious and faithful in the country, containing advice on how to handle travel, make a withdrawal from an ATM, and what to do if you are kidnapped, robbed, threatened, or extorted. According to the Catholic Multimedia Center, 24 priests have been killed in Mexico in the last six years, including four so far in 2018.


H/t Flanders
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Obama monkeys around at Nuclear Security Summit

World leaders are gathered in Washington, D.C., for the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit.
Being the sociopath that he is, instead of standing with dignity for the group photo, Obama decides to monkey around, flashing a peace sign like some frat prank, as Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi looks on with incredulity. (Source: Daily Mail)
Alas, Daily Mail is mistaken: He is not Renzi but rather Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Obama clowns at Nuclear Security Summit 2016
Here’s a close-up of Nieto and the POS:
Mexican Pres. Pena Nieto & Obama at 2016 Nuclear Security Summit
 
Just makes you proud to be an American.
Source: Daily Mail
H/t FOTM‘s maziel.
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