Monday, July 14, 2014

Are Mexico & Guatemala colluding with Obama in an 'act of war' on America?

You may scoff at such a notion, just as you likely chuckled through Joe Dante's The Second Civil War, but as that old adage goes, truth is stranger than fiction...and generally much more serious...
Examiner: Mexico and Guatemala signed a deal to make it easier for Latin Americans, many quite young and lacking proper documents, to pass through Mexico and enter the United States.

In other words, our problem with illegal immigration just got worse, thanks to the meddling of Mexico.

WorldNetDaily reported, “Mexico and Guatemala have reached an agreement that is intended to make it easier and safer for Central Americans, including unaccompanied minors, to enter the United States illegally…. The agreement apparently does not recognize that the result of such trips – entry into the United States – remains illegal.”

A conservative news site reported, “Mexico, Guatemala and Belize Join Forces, Declare War on USA…Mexico and Guatemala have finalized a deal which will allow Guatemalan citizens (who would normally be arrested and deported or imprisoned in Mexico) to travel on 72-hour passes through Mexico on their way to our Southern border! The deal seems to also allow citizens of Belize a similar legal passage through our southern neighbor.”

There is the further legal tangle of how much Obama is responsible for the deal struck by Mexico and these other countries. Is he in effect encouraging them to break our laws for his own political purposes? This would seem to constitute treason.
Seem to? Folks, with the lack of credibility, an insincerity towards border security and an unconvincing funding bill, it becomes more obvious by the day that we have a U.S. President treasonously colluding with Latin American nation(s) to erase our southern border.

Related links: Presidents From Mexico And Guatemala Sign Shady Deal To Bring Even More Illegals To America
What Mexico and Guatemala Just Did Could Make Our Border Crisis 10 Times Worse
Act of War on America – Mexico and Guatemala Sign Agreement to Fast-Track Invasion of U.S.

And the irony, or perhaps I should say hypocrisy, is astounding...
NRO: Mexico strictly enforces some of the harshest immigration laws in the world that either summarily deport or jail most who dare to cross Mexican borders illegally, much less attempt to work inside Mexico or become politically active. If America were to emulate Mexico’s immigration policies, millions of Mexican nationals living in the U.S. immediately would be sent home.

How, then, are tens of thousands of Central American children crossing with impunity hundreds of miles of Mexican territory, often sitting atop Mexican trains? Does Mexico believe that the massive influxes will serve to render U.S. immigration law meaningless, and thereby completely shred an already porous border? Is Mexico simply ensuring that the surge of poorer Central Americans doesn’t dare stop in Mexico on its way north?
You can read the rest of this last piece to see that it's not just on that side of the border either.

Related links: The Moral Crisis on Our Southern Border
Planned Chaos On Our Southern Border To Turn America Blue
Is Obama Allowing Illegals to Cross Our Southern Border an Encouragement of Domestic Attacks to Facilitate a Government Takeover?

ADDENDUM: I guess this could be seen as NAU aspirations as well, just starting with the poorest countries first I suppose, considering what one of Obama's former 'czars' had to say about our southern border now being Guatemala!
WND: The former “border czar” for the Obama administration, Alan Bersin, who now is Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security for International Affairs, declared in a speech he delivered in 2012 that the southern border of the United States is effectively the Mexican border with Guatemala.

Bersin made the remark at an annual Border Issues Conference hosted in Washington by the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce.

“This is a terrific period,” Bersin said in remarks suggesting the “real action” economically in the world will be in North America in the future, thanks to the oil and gas resources of Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

“The Guatemalan border with Chiapas, Mexico, is now our southern border,” Bersin claimed.
My advice to Canada: Get as far away from this concept as possible...and if you doubt me, just look at how the U.S. is being dragged down!

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