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Author Topic: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #360 on: 30 June 2022 at 11:02 »
Thanks to these race traitors running our government pushing this White genocide through mass demographic shifts, these mud races now feel emboldened to demand passage into our country.

https://www.borderreport.com/hot-topics/immigration/migrants-in-caravan-in-southern-mexico-demand-corridor-to-u-s-border/

Migrants in caravan in southern Mexico demand corridor to U.S. border

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TAPACHULA, Mexico (AP) — An estimated 2,000 migrants walked out of this southern Mexico city Friday, saying they are not interested in visas and permits the government has issued in efforts to dissolve other caravans and calling instead for buses to the U.S. border.

The latest group comes just two weeks after an even larger one left Tapachula, coinciding with a summit of hemispheric leaders hosted by the United States. Some 7,000 of those migrants were issued temporary documents and transit visas allowing them to board buses and continue north through Mexico.

The documents usually give migrants a month or more to regularize their status in Mexico or leave the country.

The Mexican government has been using the issuance of such documents since last October to periodically lower pressure from swelling migrant numbers in the south. But instead of traveling to other states to normalize their status in areas less congested than Tapachula, migrants have used the documents to travel to the U.S. border.

But migrants walking Friday said that authorities in other parts of Mexico have not respected those documents and many migrants were returned to the south.

“The march doesn’t want a 30-day permit. The march doesn’t want a humanitarian visa,” said Venezuelan Jonathan Ávila, one of the group’s self-appointed leaders. “We want organizations and the government … to set up a humanitarian corridor.”

He said they want buses to carry them to the U.S. border. “The visa doesn’t work,” he said. “With the visa they return us, they tear it up.”

Gerado Garcia Navas, from Venezuela, shows his document that allows him to legally travel through Mexico, as he sits on a bus departing Huixtla …Gerado Garcia Navas, from Venezuela, shows his document that allows him to legally travel through Mexico, as he sits on a bus departing Huixtla, Chiapas state, Mexico, Friday, June 10, 2022. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

Authorities in some northern border states blocked many of the migrants who were issued documents after joining the larger caravan this month. Others traveling in smaller groups managed to cross the border into the U.S.

Last week, Héctor Martínez Castuera, a high-ranking official in Mexico’s National Immigration Institute, said in a news conference in the border city of Piedras Negras that the intention of the temporary documents was for the migrants to legalize their status in Mexico — not travel to the U.S. He said the migrants had been told as much, but many decided to head to the U.S. nonetheless.

At an initial highway checkpoint on the outskirts of Tapachula Friday, authorities watched the migrants pass without intervening.

Frustrated migrants have long complained about Mexico’s strategy of containing them in southern Mexico, where there are fewer job opportunities. The Mexican government has essentially left only the path of applying for asylum for the migrants, which many do not qualify for and which has overwhelmed the system’s capacity, creating delays.

“(The wait) is too big of an expense,” said Colombian Janet Rodas, traveling with her Venezuelan partner and a baby. She said migrants spend days crisscrossing Tapachula between the detention center, asylum agency and other offices. The runaround makes it difficult to work or make it to meals for those staying in shelters.

Many migrants carry debts for their trip and feel pressure to get to the United States, where they can find work and begin paying them off.

Carlos Guzmán of Honduras joined the caravan with his wife and five children. They had been given an initial appointment with the asylum office for September.

“It’s too much time they gave us for the appointment,” he said. “That’s why we decided to walk.”

This week, nongovernmental organizations that visited Mexico’s border with Guatemala, said they observed abuses by authorities.

Melissa Vertiz of the Working Group on Immigration Policy, said that Mexico’s National Guard must stop working as immigration authorities and that migrants should be allowed to pursue normalizing their status in other parts of Mexico, not be confined to the south.

Mexican Sen. Emilio Álvarez Icaza, who accompanied the organizations, warned that the situation in the south was a time bomb that could generate violence.

“There’s no awareness of the humanitarian crisis the southern border is experiencing. There’s no sense of the dimensions of what happens here,” he said.

The caravans have formed in recent years as migrants who sought safety in numbers or who could not pay smugglers banded together. But they represent a fraction of the usual migration flow through Mexico that happens largely out of sight.

The days of walking in tropical heat and rain quickly take a toll on participants in the caravans. Sometimes authorities move to detain exhausted participants, but more recently the government has sought to avoid potential conflict and instead issue temporary documents to dissolve the caravans.

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #361 on: 30 June 2022 at 20:54 »
“The march doesn’t want a 30-day permit. The march doesn’t want a humanitarian visa,” said Venezuelan Jonathan Ávila, one of the group’s self-appointed leaders. “We want organizations and the government … to set up a humanitarian corridor.”

The bloody audacity of it! They just think it’s their God given right to walk into any place like they own it and automatically do what they want and have everybody bow down to them?! Goes to show they aren’t genuine refugees just economic ones looking to fleece America any way they can. It is an invasion without weapons!

Do you know what happens to Australians who work illegally or overstay their visa or break US law? You get detained and visited by a rep from our Embassy who’ll kick our arses and make trouble for us back home, as well as get deported for many years. Depending on what you did, Gaol time too!

If I could be punished for these things, why does “Sanchez” get away with such blatant disrespect?
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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #362 on: 01 July 2022 at 22:49 »
If the flood gates looked like they were open before now just wait until the illegal muds get this news. I'm sure there is already a massive caravan forming as I type this.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-hands-biden-victory-allows-end-remain-mexico-policy

Supreme Court hands Biden victory, allows end to 'Remain in Mexico' policy

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The Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a 5-4 decision that the Biden administration can repeal the Trump administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols, commonly known as the "Remain in Mexico" policy, reversing a lower court ruling.

Under that policy, migrants seeking entry into the U.S. had to stay in Mexico as they awaited hearings. The Trump administration put the policy in place so that migrants would not be released into the U.S. The Biden administration had tried to repeal the policy but was previously blocked by a lower court. At issue was whether the Department of Homeland Security's suspension and subsequent termination of the policy violated a federal law that requires that migrants be detained or, if they arrived from a contiguous country, sent back.

"[T]he Government’s rescission of MPP did not violate section 1225 of the INA [Immigration and Nationality Act], and the October 29 Memoranda did constitute final agency action," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in the Court's opinion.

The statute Roberts cited, 8 U.S.C. Section 1225, says that someone applying for admission "shall be detained for a proceeding" unless they are "clearly and beyond a doubt entitled to be admitted," and also says if they are from a contiguous territory like Mexico, "the Attorney General may return the alien to that territory" as they await a hearing. Texas and Missouri had pointed to this language in arguing that the Remain in Mexico policy was necessary to adhere to this law. Without the ability to detain everyone, the states argued in their lawsuit, sending them back when possible is necessary.

The court's majority pointed to the language in the law that says the government "may return" migrants to a contiguous territory, noting the "discretionary" nature of the wording. While all sides agreed on that, it was the states' interpretation – and that of a lower court ruling -- that a return is required if a person is not detained that the court disputed.

"The problem is that the statute does not say anything like that," Roberts wrote in his opinion, in which he was joined by Justices Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Brett Kavanaugh. Roberts explained that had Congress meant for a return to be mandatory in the event that there was a lack of compliance with the detention requirement, it would have said so in clear language.

"The statutory grant of discretion here contains no such caveat, and we will not rewrite it to include one," Roberts wrote.

The court also pointed to "the foreign affairs consequences" of requiring a return, pointing to how the Constitution only authorizes the Executive Branch to handle "direct diplomacy" with other countries, and how the lower court's ruling against the Biden administration would have "imposed a significant burden upon the Executive’s ability to conduct diplomatic relations with Mexico."

The court argued that the Return to Mexico policy "applies exclusively to non-Mexican nationals who have arrived at ports of entry that are located 'in the United States,'" and that therefore the Executive Branch "cannot unilaterally return these migrants to Mexico." Roberts cited a Biden administration claim that the policy has negatively impacted other areas of relations with Mexico.

"Yet under the Court of Appeals’ interpretation, section 1225(b)(2)(C) authorized the District Court to force the Executive to the bargaining table with Mexico, over a policy that both countries wish to terminate, and to supervise its continuing negotiations with Mexico to ensure that they are conducted ‘in good faith,’" Roberts wrote. "That stark consequence confirms our conclusion that Congress did not intend section 1225(b)(2)(C) to tie the hands of the Executive in this manner."

The court also noted that Congress gave the Department of Homeland Security the discretion to utilize a third option for migrants, which is parole.

"Every administration, including the Trump and Biden administrations, has utilized this authority to some extent," the court said.

Ruling that repealing the Remain in Mexico policy does not violate the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Supreme Court said the lower court should now look for the first time at whether the Biden administration's Oct. 29, 2021 memo terminating the policy was in compliance with Administrative Procedure Act protocols that govern the actions of federal agencies.

Justice Kavanaugh, in a concurring opinion, also referenced the parole option, stating that both parole and return "are legally permissible options," meaning that the Return to Mexico policy is not mandatory.

Justice Barrett, in a dissenting opinion, said she agreed with the majority's view of the relevant immigration law, but believed that the court's opinion in a separate case issued two weeks ago impacted the issue of whether lower courts had the jurisdiction to hear the case in the first place. Instead of ruling on the case, she argued, the Supreme Court should have sent the case back down for the lower court to consider the recent decision.

"I agree with the Court’s analysis of the merits—but not with its decision to reach them," Barrett wrote.

In a more contentious dissent, Justice Samuel Alito – joined by Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch – argued that the government does not have the authority to release migrants into the U.S. if it is believed that they are not eligible for admission.

"When it appears that one of these aliens is not admissible, may the Government simply release the alien in this country and hope that the alien will show up for the hearing at which his or her entitlement to remain will be decided? Congress has provided a clear answer to that question, and the answer is no," Alito wrote, citing statutory language that in such a case, a migrant "shall be detained" for either removal or consideration of an asylum application.

While Alito acknowledged – as Roberts and Kavanaugh had – that returning a migrant who came from a contiguous territory is only one alternative along with parole, he cited a separate law that said parole is only to be used "on a case-by-case basis for urgent humanitarian reasons or a significant public benefit."

"Due to the huge numbers of aliens who attempt to enter illegally from Mexico, DHS does not have the capacity to detain all inadmissible aliens encountered at the border, and no one suggests that DHS must do the impossible," Alito wrote. "But rather than avail itself of Congress’s clear statutory alternative to return inadmissible aliens to Mexico while they await proceedings in this country, DHS has concluded that it may forgo that option altogether and instead simply release into this country untold numbers of aliens who are very likely to be removed if they show up for their removal hearings."

"This practice," Alito continued, "violates the clear terms of the law, but the Court looks the other way."

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #363 on: 10 July 2022 at 15:50 »
Obviously the route isn't deadly enough, with what is likely to be millions of illegal aliens successful crossing our Southern border yearly. We definitely need to design it to be harder. Truthfully if our enemies in government weren't promising and promoting free incentives while acting as though we have no borders, then we would see a drastic drop in these numbers of mud races entering our country.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/un-migration-study-deems-us-mexico-border-deadliest-land-route-world-based-2021-numbers

UN migration study deems US-Mexico border 'deadliest' land route in the world based on 2021 numbers

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A new study has labeled the border crossing between the U.S. and Mexico the deadliest migration land route in the world.

The study, conducted by the Missing Migrants Project and published by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), recorded at least 1,238 deaths during migration in the Americas in 2021, with at least 728 of those deaths occurring on the U.S-Mexico border.

"The number of deaths on the United States-Mexico border last year is significantly higher than in any year prior, even before COVID-19," Edwin Viales, author of the report, said. "Yet, this number remains an undercount due to the diverse challenges for data collection."

"Our data shows the growing crisis of deaths during migration in the region, and the need to strengthen the forensic capacity of the authorities to identify deaths on these routes," he added. "We cannot forget that every single number is a human being with a family who may never know what happened to them."

The study cites the Venezuelan economic crisis as a major factor that has driven people from their home countries and forced them to take "irregular routes, including overseas crossings to Caribbean nations."

The dangers of the crossing made headlines last week after the discovery of a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas, containing 46 migrants who died and 16 who required immediate hospitalization. Some of those taken to the hospital died shortly after arrival.

The victims came from Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras, highlighting the scope of the migration route. IOM reported that this brought the total number of victims along the border to 493 for 2022 alone.

Border Patrol officers have encountered record numbers of migrants trying to cross the southern border during the past year, with 239,416 recorded last month and 235,478 the month before that.

The numbers have continued to grow, and the number of deaths has increased as well: The Missing Migrants Project recorded 854 deaths in 2019 and 798 deaths in 2020, making the 2021 figure a startling jump.

But the project stresses that even these numbers do not capture the entire picture due to a lack of official sources to collect data, meaning that the study’s figures represent a significant undercount. 

The study ended with a plea for countries to "honor their commitments… to save migrant lives and prevent further deaths and disappearances."

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Re: A 'Forever Surge' of Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #364 on: 11 July 2022 at 09:37 »
Obviously the route isn't deadly enough, with what is likely to be millions of illegal aliens successful crossing our Southern border yearly. We definitely need to design it to be harder.

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