Trafficking of illegal aliens and fraudulent refugees enriches the cartels and expands their influence in the US. We can safely assume that the cartels are already bribing some of our top politicians of both parties to allow this human trade to continue. Many of those smuggled will end up indentured to the cartels or voluntarily working for them, performing tasks like drug distribution/sales, money laundering, coerced sexual services, protection racketeering, etc. Human trafficking is the practice of treating humans like a commodity, just to make a profit with no real concern for their well-being.
The progressive and liberal Democrats have outsourced much of our immigration system to Mexican cartels. The cartels decide who will be allowed to come to the US and remain here, probably forever. The cartel coyotes will naturally choose people who are most willing to work with the cartels. By allowing this to happen, we are importing narco culture into the US on a massive scale. At the time this was posted, hundreds of thousands cross every month, trafficked by the cartels.
Though Univision reports that the coyote driver is being prosecuted for human trafficking, it seems more likely he is charged under Title 8 with “aiding and abetting illegal aliens”. This is “human trafficking” in concept, but Title 8 is a more specific and more appropriate law to use against traffickers of illegal aliens.
The reason I like these Univision videos is that they generally show more detail than English-language outlets and it is more difficult for open-borders radicals to refute, if you cite Univision as your reference, in contrast to say Fox News or Newsmax.
Yesterday, April 23, there was a protest by women with children at the Tijuana border demanding asylum from Joe Biden. Below, for your convenience, is the automatic translation of the original article in Spanish to English with some corrections of obvious errors and grammar issues. The bus lane and several SENTRII lanes were shut down, according to reports and they almost got into US territory.
According to my understanding, probably all of these women each paid a cartel coyote around $5,000 to $10,000 to transport them and their children to the US Border. Many even pay the cartel to transport their small children alone. The cartels in Tijuana murdered about 2,500 people last year and all of the cartels together murdered 36,000 people in Mexico. Would you pay to put your child in the hands of such people? Do you really think people that work with the cartels and willingly put their own children at extreme risk will make good US citizens?
Biden has extended for one month the Title 42 restrictions due to Covid and officially, at least, only pregnant women and unaccompanied minors are being released at this time into the U.S. I have been told, however, that there are always some exceptions to these policies.
If Biden lifts the restrictions next month, I estimate from news reports that there are around 8,000-10,000 waiting to apply for asylum just in Tijuana. Along the entire border with Mexico there are likely about ten times that many already at the border and many more would soon be on their way to the border when Biden says the word.
Tijuana, BC.- With children infront, dozens of migrants protested at the Tijuana-San Ysidro gatehouse with the intention of drawing the attention of the President of the United States, Joe Biden, to obtain the protection of humanitarian asylum.
The migrants are from Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, who have been living for almost three months in the camp they set up in the plaza in front of the El Chaparral pedestrian crossing, where approximately two thousand people are, including minors and adults.
Joe Biden, “Give us protection’ and ‘Biden we are tired’ were some of the slogans on the part of the protesters, who came very close to touching US soil, which caused the mobilization of at least 25 security agents of the CBP (Office of Customs and Border Protection).
“Support us, President, because you promised that you would help us, there are many citizens who have been forgotten,” said Mrs. Sacarías.
In the presence of dozens of girls and boys, the intervention of the municipal police of Tijuana was necessary to ask the parents to monitor them and forbid them to run among the motorists to avoid a tragedy or theft.
The demonstration caused the closure of the bus lane, which was stopped for four hours, said a driver who is works providing transportation service to tourists from Tijuana to the United States.
In this news interview, a coyote, who smuggles people across the border for a cartel, describes how it is done and talks about the danger of the the illegal immigrants being kidnapped, also what happens to them if the ransom is not paid. The report shows how they are trafficked across Mexico in charter buses and freight trucks and about how much the smuggling fee is across Mexico and the Rio Grande into the United States.
Univision certainly has a bias in favor of illegal immigration, but they are often presenting real, useful information. In this video, they appear to be trying to generate sympathy for those illegal border crossers who are deported in another area, controlled by a different cartel. In that case, it is much more difficult for them to cross again, because they have not paid the crossing fee to the different cartel in the new area.
However, if they want to avoid the danger of being kidnapped they can always choose to report themselves to Mexican Immigration and allow themselves to be deported by the Mexicans. Those being smuggled as “refugees” are generally illegally in Mexico, also, and the Mexican Government does generally deport illegals when they find them and probably would in such as case as this.
My reason for subtitling and distributing these videos is because they are informative and difficult for open-borders radicals to dismiss, since it comes from Univision, which is not exactly known as a far-right news outlet.
The flow of thousands of fake refugees daily across the border has forced the cartels to tag illegal crossers with payment status bracelets in order to keep better track of who has paid their crossing fees. Those who cross without paying will be beaten or killed, if caught. This just shows how much the cartels control this illegal, human trafficking business.
Smuggling people into the United States is a form of human trafficking and they call it that in this new report by Univision. The cartels control the entire border on the Mexican side and everyone that crosses illegally is required to pay. The cartels also smuggle people across Mexico and within the United States.
If a would-be border crosser doesn’t pay the necessary cartels in Mexico, he is much more likely to be beaten, abused, kidnapped or murdered. These are the same cartels who smuggle drugs and kill tens of thousands of people in Mexico every year.
Parents turning their children over to organized crime organizations that murder thousands to be smuggled across Mexico into the US is obviously very serious child abuse, but oddly it seems to bother almost no one. Biden, and the organizations that support this flow of trafficked people are guilty of enabling the crime and encouraging more to be trafficked.
A massive wave of fake refugees has hit McAllen, Texas and a large proportion of them are infected with Covid or have been exposed to Covid on the trip to the border. Those potentially carrying Covid are being placed in quarantine in hotels, but many are just abandoning their hotel and continuing on their journey to their destination in the U.S. The number that were released just this week is estimated to be 9,000 persons. If this rate were to continue, it would mean nearly half a million a year would be expected, just at this one location on the border. However, the rate of crossing may even increase. It’s not clear that this is not just the beginning of something much larger, here and all across the border. This is happening, of course, because one of first things Biden did as president was to eliminate the new border security procedures and open the borders again.
Univision reports that Biden has reopened Obamacare and masses of people are rushing to register for it. The report states that Obamacare is not for undocumented immigrants, but most illegal workers have fake documents. If they signup for Obamacare with fraudulent documents, who is going to investigate and stop them?
California says on their website, Covered California, that they verify citizenship or legal residency electronically via government databases. If the search fails they ask the applicant for documents proving citizenship. If the applicant cannot prove citizenship they refer him/her to Medi-Cal which only requires the applicant to prove residency in California, probably not caring whether the person is legal or not.
Tens of millions of illegal aliens are working in the U.S. now with fake documents, but nothing significant has been done about it, even when Trump was in office. Deporting only criminals does nothing for the broader problem of the millions of illegals living in the U.S.
Several thousand fake refugees poured across the border from Honduras to Guatemala on the night of January 15th. The video below shows some of them crossing. Below that, there is an article that has been translated from Spanish into English, which claims more than 6,000 crossed and 3,000 more are reportedly on the way. In the video, the police at first block the asylum fraudsters, but then later step aside and allow them to cross the border without proper documents or Covid-19 test results.
Note that two international agencies, the United Nations and Red Cross, are providing assistance to the asylum fraudsters in their trip north to the promised land. The is the second caravan that has crossed in recent days. The first one was much smaller and is already in Mexico. The Mexico has sent hundreds of national guardsmen to the border, reportedly to attempt to stop this crossing.
Migrant caravan: more than 6 thousand Hondurans entered Guatemala and rest in the country before continuing to the United States.
Thousands of migrants who travel on foot from Honduras to the United States were moving through Guatemala this Saturday, January 16, preparing to go to Mexico, the next obstacle to overcome in search of better living conditions, which they long to receive from the future government of Joe Biden.
On the night of Friday, January 15, some 6,000 migrants managed to cross the border line in El Florido, 220 km east of Guatemala City, after yielding to police controls. The figure was provided by the Guatemalan Migration Institute.
On the morning of Saturday, January 16, there were still more migrants gathering at that border crossing to enter, according to official reports.
Despite the fact that a decree empowered the police to use force to contain the advance on Friday, the decision to open the way was made after verifying that there were many families with children in the group, according to what a police chief told AFP. The caravan ignored the requirement to present documents and a negative COVID-19 test.
In a report presented this Saturday, January 16, at 11:15 a.m., staff from the Guatemalan Migration Institute indicated that they expect more than 3,000 Hondurans to come the next day.
That would raise the figure and register 9 thousand Honduran migrants in the national territory (Guatemala) in less than 48 hours.
The Road to Mexico
After resting in the surroundings, several groups entered Guatemalan territory, reaching Jocotán, Chiquimula department, bordering Honduras. Some went in search of institutions to support migrants, and others received support from the Red Cross and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
“I decided to go to the United States because in my country there is no work, there is nothing, and I have to leave because the pandemic and hurricanes destroyed the country,” 20-year-old Honduran Carlos Flores explained to AFP.
The migrants say they are fleeing a Honduras heavily hit by the passage of hurricanes Eta and Iota in November and the lack of employment caused by the pandemic, which adds to the endemic evils of a country riddled by violence associated with gangs and the drug trafficking.
Almost all carry backpacks with their few belongings and most of them wear sandals. On the way, it is common to hear them chanting “out JOH”, the initials of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández, whom they blame for their situation.
“I have come on foot, penniless, suffering. Thank God we are now going here in Guatemala, now to leave (to the United States) ”, Agustina Rodríguez, 40, told the press.
Most of them left at dawn on Friday from the San Pedro Sula bus station, in northern Honduras, the usual starting point of caravans.
“We came about 400 (in his group), some grabbed from other sides, they all scattered. I had to go through some rivers with the wet clothes that I wear there. When they have given us food, we have eaten and, when not, we have endured hunger ”, added Agustina.
Most go on foot and some ask for a “hitchhiking” ride. On their way, they will still run into several police control checkpoints within Guatemala before reaching the border with Mexico, which has already announced that “it will not allow the irregular entry of caravans of migrants” and deployed 500 agents in Chiapas and Tabasco, border states with Guatemala.
After traveling 450 km within Guatemala, the bulk of the caravan will try to enter Mexico through the border crossing of Tecún Umán (southwest), according to the Migration Office.
Many participants in this caravan are convinced that Joe Biden, who assumes the presidency of the United States on January 20, will be more flexible than his predecessor, Donald Trump, with the immigration rules.
But Washington has already ruled out the possibility of special treatment. “Don’t waste your time and money and don’t risk your health and safety.” “It’s a deadly trip,” said Acting Commissioner of the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Mark A. Morgan.
Trump himself extended the “national emergency” on the border with Mexico on Friday, first imposed in February 2019 to unlock funds and build his much-heralded wall.
“More action is needed to address the humanitarian crisis and control illegal migration and the flow of narcotics and criminals,” said a statement from the White House.
More than a dozen caravans, some with thousands of migrants, have left Honduras since October 2018, but have encountered thousands of US military and border guards positioned on the southern border with Mexico by Trump.
However, through calls on social networks they insist on making this long journey that, if completed, will have made them travel more than 5,000 km (3,000 miles).
Military tension in Tapachula due to possible caravan of Cubans and other migrants
A new migrant caravan would leave Honduras this week
Migrant Cubans continue to try to obtain a humanitarian visa in the city of Tapachula, on the border with Guatemala, to be able to move legally in Mexican territory to the United States.
Local media reports indicate that since December 23, hundreds of undocumented immigrants from the island and Central America have tried to process the document at the offices of the National Institute of Migration (INM).
The desperation for this situation caused a fight between Cubans and Hondurans who gathered enter these offices a few days ago.
On that occasion, the Mexican authorities decided to suspend the service, claiming that the migrants were not complying with the preventive measures to avoid contagion of the Covid-19 coronavirus.
The Reuters agency reported that given the possibility of a new migrant caravan forming for traveling to the border between Mexico and the United States, the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador deployed riot control teams in that city to prevent the advance of the contingent.
In addition, Guatemalan and Honduran authorities reported that they will also position troops from their respective armies to prevent the advance of a caravan from Central America.
The caravan that is supposed to leave Honduras this week led to a meeting on Monday between authorities from this country, El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico in order to establish a comprehensive plan towards this situation.
“We just want them to give us an answer,” said a Cuban woman in a protest that was organized in front of the aforementioned INM offices and was captured by the cameras of said agency.
In addition, another Cuban citizen assured that the migrants will not move from the vicinity of the offices until they receive a response regarding their visa applications.
A Cuban woman interviewed by local media last week assured that several of her compatriots are initiating procedures at the INM and the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees so that they can legally be in Mexico.
She also said that at the moment thousands of others are crossing Central America and then entering Mexican territory.
A few hours after the end of 2020, hundreds of Cubans jumped over the controls of the Paso del Norte international bridge, located in Ciudad Juárez, to demand asylum in the United States. This caused the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency to activate one of its riot groups to prevent illegal entry into the United States.
Most migrants are confident that during the first days of Joe Biden’s administration, favorable immigration measures will be established for entering the United States, however, experts assure that this will not happen soon and for a while the policies established by Donald Trump will continue.
Note: This article was automatically translated from Spanish and a couple of minor errors corrected.
Biden is cited in this report as planning to revoke Trump’s restrictions on fraudulent asylum seekers in about six months after he takes office and restore the old asylum system, which was so easily abused by those who just wanted to enter the US illegally to work illegally or for other nefarious reasons. This will certainly revive the so-called migrant caravans from Central America.
He is discouraging people form coming at this time, because it will take some time to dismantle the Trump restrictions and restore the more lax, fraud-ridden, asylum system. Also, it would be a great embarrassment to him and animate his opposition, if huge caravans show up at our borders as soon as he takes office. So, he apparently wants to reopen the borders gradually over some months in a more orderly way.
This results of a paper by a student was posted in a student publication, the Johns Hopkins Newsletter. The student compared the number of deaths among older people from year to year and found no difference in number of deaths due to Covid-19. The paper was quickly retracted, because the result does not fit the official Covid-19 narrative.
I am not claiming that the results or accurate or not, just presenting it for you to read, yourself. Whether it is correct or not, it should not be censored. Let people decide for themselves, like adults. Below is an excerpt from the paper:
Surprisingly, the deaths of older people stayed the same before and after COVID-19. Since COVID-19 mainly affects the elderly, experts expected an increase in the percentage of deaths in older age groups. However, this increase is not seen from the CDC data. In fact, the percentages of deaths among all age groups remain relatively the same.
The reason we have a higher number of reported COVID-19 deaths among older individuals than younger individuals is simply because every day in the U.S. older individuals die in higher numbers than younger individuals, Briand said.