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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #120 on: 05 July 2019 at 13:15 »
Bad enough we have to deal with the overwhelming flow of Spanish speaking mud races but now the rest of the world's garbage has joined the invasion. Maybe if some of those muslim sand niggers jump the border to fulfill their jihad by bombing a few cities, then maybe we can start being serious about our border security.

https://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2019-07-05/us-dream-pulls-african-migrants-in-record-numbers-across-latin-america

U.S. Dream Pulls African Migrants in Record Numbers Across Latin America

July 5, 2019
BY DAINA BETH SOLOMON

TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - Marilyne Tatang, 23, crossed nine borders in two months to reach Mexico from the West African nation of Cameroon, fleeing political violence after police torched her house, she said.

She plans to soon take a bus north for four days and then cross a tenth border, into the United States. She is not alone - a record number of fellow Africans are flying to South America and then traversing thousands of miles of highway and a treacherous tropical rainforest to reach the United States.

Tatang, who is eight months pregnant, took a raft across a river into Mexico on June 8, a day after Mexico struck a deal with U.S. President Donald Trump to do more to control the biggest flows of migrants heading north to the U.S. border in more than a decade.

The migrants vying for entry at the U.S. southern border are mainly Central Americans. But growing numbers from a handful of African countries are joining them, prompting calls from Trump and Mexico for other countries in Latin America to do their part to slow the overall flood of migrants.

As more Africans learn from relatives and friends who have made the trip that crossing Latin America to the United States is tough but not impossible, more are making the journey, and in turn are helping others follow in their footsteps, migration experts say.

Trump's threats to clamp down on migrants have ricocheted around the globe, paradoxically spurring some to exploit what they see as a narrowing window of opportunity, said Michelle Mittelstadt, communications director for the Migration Policy Institute, a Washington-based think tank.

"This message is being heard not just in Central America, but in other parts of the world," she said.

Data from Mexico's interior ministry suggests that migration from Africa this year will break records.

The number of Africans registered by Mexican authorities tripled in the first four months of 2019 compared with the same period a year ago, reaching about 1,900 people, mostly from Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which remains deeply unstable years after the end of a bloody regional conflict with its neighbors that led to the deaths of millions of people.

'THEY WOULD HAVE KILLED ME'

Tatang, a grade school teacher, said she left northwest Cameroon due to worsening violence in the English-speaking region, where separatists are battling the mostly French-speaking government for autonomy.

"It was so bad that they burned the house where I was living ... they would have killed me," she said, referring to government forces who tried to capture her.

At first, Tatang planned only to cross the border into Nigeria. Then she heard that some people had made it to the United States.

"Someone would say, 'You can do this,'" she said. 'So I asked if it was possible for someone like me too, because I'm pregnant. They said, 'Do this, do that.'"

Tatang begged her family for money for the journey, which she said so far has cost $5,000.

She said her route began with a flight to Ecuador, where Cameroonians don't need visas. Tatang went by bus and on foot through Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala until reaching Mexico.

She was still deciding what to do once she got to Mexico's northern border city of Tijuana, she said, cradling her belly while seated on a concrete bench outside migration offices in the southern Mexican city of Tapachula.

"I will just ask," she said. "I can't say, 'When I get there, I will do this.' I don't know. I've never been there."

Reuters spoke recently with five migrants in Tapachula who were from Cameroon, DRC and Angola. Several said they traveled to Brazil as a jumping-off point.

They were a small sampling of the hundreds of people - including Haitians, Cubans, Indians and Bangladeshis - clustered outside migration offices.

Political volatility in Cameroon and the DRC in recent years has displaced hundreds of thousands of people.

People from the DRC made up the third largest group of new refugees globally last year with about 123,000 people, according to the U.N. Refugee Agency, while Cameroon's internally displaced population grew by 447,000 people.

The number of undocumented African migrants found by authorities in Mexico quadrupled compared to five years ago, reaching nearly 3,000 people in 2018.

Most obtain a visa that allows them free passage through Mexico for 20 days, after which they cross into the United States and ask for asylum.

Few choose to seek asylum in Mexico, in part because they don't speak Spanish. Tatang said the language barrier was especially frustrating because she speaks only English, making communication difficult both with Mexican migration officials and even other Africans, such as migrants from DRC who speak primarily French.

Those who reach the United States often send advice back home, helping make the journey easier for others, said Florence Kim, spokeswoman for the International Organization for Migration in West and Central Africa.

Like their Central American migrant counterparts, some Africans are also showing up with families hoping for easier entries than as individuals, said Mittelstadt of the Migration Policy Institute.

U.S. data shows a huge spike in the number of families from countries other than Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras at the U.S. southern border. Between last October and May 16,000 members of families were registered, up from 1,000 for the whole of 2018, according to an analysis by the MPI.

The grueling Latin America trek forces migrants to spend at least a week trudging across swampland and hiking through mountainous rainforests in the lawless Darien Gap that is the only link between Panama and Colombia.

Still, the route has a key advantage: Countries in the region typically do not deport migrants from other continents due in part to the steep costs and lack of repatriation agreements with their home countries.

That relaxed attitude could change, however.

Under a deal struck with United States last month, Mexico may start a process later this month to become a safe third country, making asylum seekers apply for refuge in Mexico and not the United States.

To lessen the load on Mexico, Mexico and the United States plan to put pressure on Central American nations to do more to prevent asylum seekers, including African migrants, from moving north.

For the moment, however, more Africans can be expected to attempt the journey, said IOM's Kim.

"They want to do something with their life. They feel lack a future in their country," she said.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #121 on: 05 July 2019 at 22:12 »
^ She was in Nigeria first land of the scammers!
They told her to go to the US and have her baby there.
So she has been to a bunch of other countries capable of dealing with the asylum claim but breaks her neck literally to get into the US while being pregnant!

What’s wrong with Equador? They were good enough to give Julian Assange asylum?!

So some French speakers burnt down the English speaker’s house in Cameroon? Nigeria speaks English. Not safe enough? She had $5kUS hardly poor!

Now the third world thinks it’s their God given right to go roll up to a Western nation’s door and expect to be processed?!

I hope Trump makes good on processing the illegals off shore and removing the “carrots” from their game.

How about putting them on a boat saying Hawaii will take them and 1/2 way out there sink the thing. Nobody would know! Or just keep the boat and don’t give them anything to drink and chuck their bodies overboard when they are either too weak to fight back or simply just finished?
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #122 on: 06 July 2019 at 00:25 »
I thought Haiti was the nation the coloreds loved for over throwing their "White oppressors", so that they could make a once great nation into a sh!thole. And now they're jumping our borders to live in the "racist" White country of the U.S. I know I can't be the only one to see the irony in this.

https://www.gosanangelo.com/story/news/crime/2019/07/05/border-patrol-arrests-more-than-1-000-haitians-june-2019-texas-del-rio-sector-us-customs-protection/1657318001/

Border Patrol agents in Del Rio arrest more than 1,000 Haitians in less than a month

JOHN TUFTS | SAN ANGELO STANDARD-TIMES
Updated 6 hours ago

Agents with U.S. Customs and Border Protection in the Del Rio Sector have arrested more than 1,000 Haitian nationals since June 10, according to a CBP news release.

Before June 10, Border Patrol agents in the Del Rio Sector had arrested 17 Haitian nationals this fiscal year, the release states.

Since October, the total apprehensions by Border Patrol agents to date are in excess of 40,000 people, already more than double the total number of arrests made during the previous fiscal year, according to the release.

About 800 of the 1,000 apprehensions are members of a family unit, and include over 230 minor children who are nationals of a third country such as Brazil and Chile. Many of these family units have resided in Chile and other South American countries for several years prior to departing for the United States, the release states.

On June 22, 2019, Border Patrol agents in Del Rio arrested a group of 105 people after they crossed the Rio Grande. The group consisted of about 82 Haitians as well as a number of South American and African nationals, according to the release.

Two days later, agents in Del Rio arrested a group of 205 people after they crossed the Texas-Mexico border. The group on June 24 consisted of about 122 Haitian nationals, but also included nationals from South American and African countries, the release states.

“Our agents are seeing a rise in Haitian nationals entering the country illegally, which presents challenges that we are meeting head on,” said Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz. “We will continue to do everything we can to care for these family units with small children.”

More than 34,000 of the individuals arrested this year, over 80 percent, are from approximately 49 countries other than Mexico, according to the release.

"All immigrants arrested are medically evaluated and are referred to medical professionals for more advanced care if needed," the release states.
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #123 on: 06 July 2019 at 01:47 »
I know what’ll occur! Because Australia stopped taking illegals (and making it hard for them to come) and only bona-fide refugees from camps the US will process some of these people as bona-fide refugees.

I can envisage them asking us (and other white countries) to accept some?!

Then we’ll try get the Christian muds first. The Central Americans most likely. As part of our humanitarian intake the UN pushes on us. (Yes we already have Barro 13 here >:()

To boot, with all this crap going on in Hong Kong with China asserting herself by trying to extradite people who they “think” are crooks into China and the Mayhem it’s causing there you can expect them all trying to get out and go to other Western countries!
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Re: Muds at the U.S. Border
« Reply #124 on: 11 July 2019 at 15:20 »
The border arrest has dropped to just over 104,000 for the month of June. It's still a major problem no matter how the propaganda media tries to spin it. I do agree that some of  drop may be do to Mexico's minor involvement, due to the tariff threat. But who knows maybe the muds were just sneakier last month and were able to pass the border undetected. One thing we do know, the U.S. hasn't done anything to reduce the flow of mud races.

https://www.newsweek.com/border-arrests-last-month-drop-first-time-2019-still-top-100000-1448406

BORDER ARRESTS LAST MONTH DROP FOR FIRST TIME IN 2019, STILL TOP 100,000

BY SCOTT MCDONALD ON 7/9/19 AT 6:59 PM EDT

The number of migrants arrested along the southern border of the United States dipped for the first time this year, but the number of arrests still topped 100,000 for the fourth-consecutive month.

The Department of Homeland Security released its June numbers on Tuesday, and they said officials arrested 104,344 in June — down from more than 144,000 in May. The decreases were across the board, meaning all demographics had fewer numbers than the previous month.

Homeland Security released a statement about the latest numbers, claiming the lessened amount of detained migrants could help them address well-being for children and other migrants.

"The reduction in apprehensions accounts for decreases across all demographics, including unaccompanied minors, family units and single adults, as well as decreases in migrants from all Northern Triangle countries, particularly those coming from Guatemala," DHS said.

"Decreasing apprehension numbers will provide greater opportunities for the DHS to address capacity challenges for those in custody and speed the movement of unaccompanied children into Health and Human Services (HHS) care."

Central American asylum seekers wait as U.S. Border Patrol agents take them into custody on June 12, 2018 near McAllen, Texas. The families were then sent to a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing center for possible separation. U.S. border authorities are executing the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy towards undocumented immigrants. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions also said that domestic and gang violence in immigrants' country of origin would no longer qualify them for political asylum status.PHOTO BY JOHN MOORE/GETTY IMAGES

Though the number of arrests in June is down from May, it is still more than double the number of apprehensions in June 2018(43,180).

The reduced number from May to June this year follows the Trump administration working with Mexico to have Mexican law enforcement officials help crack down on migrants passing through Mexico, or else face lofty tariffs.

Mexico has deployed thousands of troops around the country, from its southern border with Central American countries — where most immigrants hail — all the way to the U.S. border, where they have apprehended families who are sometimes just a few steps from American soil, according to the Washington Post.

"The southern border is being policed very well by Mexico," Trump said last Friday. "You'll see the numbers starting to come in very well."

The migrant arrests in January this year was slightly less than 60,000, and it has steadily climbed each month until today's numbers were released.
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