Central American Media Promote Illegal Child Immigrant Tsunami, Give Tips

Craig Bannister, CNS News, June 18, 2014

Instead of discouraging the wave of illegal child immigrants headed toward the U.S. border, major media outlets in Central America are encouraging the phenomenon in recent news coverage.

In a June 9 reportLa Prensa Libre, one of Guatemala’s leading dailies, reports that the U.S. Department of Homeland Secruity will not deport minors from countries that do not share a border with the U.S. Elsewhere, the same newspaper quotes Guatemalan Foreign Minister Fernando Carrera as saying that his country has an agreement with U.S. authorities that Guatemalan children will not be deported unless they are accompanied by an adult.

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In its June 17 edition, the newspaper also highlights Democrat-sponsored legislation in New York State that would grant voting rights, health care and university scholarships to the state’s millions of illegal immigrants. The New York is Home Act, sponsored by state senator Gustavo Rivera (D-Bronx) and state assemblyman Karim Camara (D-Brooklyn) would provide the benefits of citizenship to all undocumented immigrants who can demonstrate three or more years of residence in the state of New York.

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Other major Central American media outlets reporting on the child illegal immigrant wave, such as La Prensa Gráfica in El Salvador and La Prensa in Honduras, have also highlighted the Obama administration’s announcement last week of additional “free legal services” for undocumented minors who illegally cross the U.S. border. “We’re taking a historic step to strengthen our justice system and protect the rights of the most vulnerable members of society,” U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said upon announcing the aid.

Meanwhile, another major Guatemalan newspaper, El Periódico, reports that among the initial 1,000 Central American minors housed at Lackland Air Force base in Texas, two thirds-are from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, while 12% are Mexican. About 80% of the minors housed at the base are male, and 83% are over age 14.

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  • Truth Teller

    The BP and other agencies are now buying clothes for them, including size X, XX and XXX
    women’s clothes. For you men who don’t know what women’s X sizes are; they are for women too large to fit into regular size 18. In other words, 250, 300 and 500 pd whales.
    Wait till next winter, parkas, leggings, boots, mittens, scarves etc. And next month, a trousseau of school clothes. I’d recommend that Church goers read the bible at home
    for the next year rather than go to church and listen to sermons asking for not used clothing donations, but vouchers for new clothes, furniture, and household supplies for these poor, poor pitiful *****.

    • Löwenmensch ᛟ

      Christianity is the systematic cultivation of the human failure. The meek shall inherit the Earth and they come from Guatemala

      • David Ashton

        That first sentence is familiar.

        However, eugenics had some Christian supporters – Dean Inge, Teilhard de Chardin, Thomas Slater – also see Christine Rosen’s “Preaching Eugenics” (2004).

        • Löwenmensch ᛟ

          A bit of a paraphrase from table talk.

          • David Ashton

            There was a bit later about “exterminating this pest”, I regret to point out.

          • Löwenmensch ᛟ

            Slowly die off

          • David Ashton

            The “pests” were not the Christians, and his methods were frankly explained to Admiral Horthy.

          • Löwenmensch ᛟ

            Who Bolsheviks?

          • IstvanIN

            Bela Kuhn and company probably.

          • David Ashton

            Hitler was referring to “the Jews”. I am assuming the reliability of the Table Talk as published. I have not seen any refutation from revisionists of the authenticity of his statement to Horthy that deported Jews who refused to work were killed and those unable to work succumbed like animals. However, the question of mass-gassing is separate, and I personally think that the assertion in, for example, the “Oxford Handbook of Holocaust Studies” (2013) that the Nazis gassed some three million victims raises serious as yet unanswered problems of logistics, technology and documentation.
            If you want to know what Hitler really thought of the Jews as a collective, watch the film “Der ewige Jude” (1940) which was officially supervised and implies the pesticide of a people compared to vermin.

          • Sick of it

            So tree worship was some higher form of religion? In my part of the world, we cut down trees and turn them into useful goods. We kill cows and eat them. We kill pigs and eat them. We massacre bugs and rodents in every way possible.

      • I hear you, but in spite of what individual bleeding-heart Christians and churches do, none of this is exegetically supported in the New Testament.

        Nothing in either the Old or New Testament’s supports entire nations allowing a racial and cultural suicide to occur in the name of ‘helping the poor.’ Neither does it support the kind of welfare systems we see in the West. Unfortunately, most Christians don’t understand the Bible and tend to view its pages in light of their own presuppositions and values.

        The same Bible that talks about ‘the poor’ also says we will always have the poor amongst us and that if a man will not work, he should not eat.

        • IstvanIN

          Unfortunately people pick and choose what they like from the Old Testament and read too much into the New Testament. I have said many times that nothing in the new Testament asks us to sacrifice our own family, village, tribe, or nation.

          • Pro_Whitey

            If the Christians want to help the foreigners, then they should go to the foreigners. I’m skeptical of missionaries, too, but it is preferable to have them there than here.

          • Alexandra1973

            Nothing wrong with missionaries. They set up churches, hand it over to the natives, then off to another country they go.

            As long as they don’t bring them back with them, it’s all good.

            In fact at church we have a missionary who’s back for a while, he was in western Africa for a number of years. He described some of the things that go on there, and I was thinking, yep, TNB.

        • David Ashton

          Not only that but many of the proposed multi-million imports are strongly anti-Christian.

          • Einsatzgrenadier

            If there’s one thing Christians are good at, it’s digging their own graves.

          • Löwenmensch ᛟ

            They must carry the cross to their doom. I prefer Spartacus who died with sword in his hand, outnumbered. He seems to be a better role model. His legend is even older, if only he had apostles that would have created a religion but terribly all of Spartacus’s warrior apostles were crucified by Romans too.

          • David Ashton

            Sometimes with a bit of help – as at Ekaterinburg, Turon, Madrid, Katyn, Vynnytsa….

      • Einsatzgrenadier

        “Leave the hair-splitting to others. Whether it’s the Old Testament or the New, or simply the sayings of Jesus, it’s all the same old Jewish swindle. It will not make us free. A German church, a German Christianity is a distortion. One is either a German or a Christian. You cannot be both.”

        – Adolf Hitler

        One is either a white man or a Christian. You cannot be both.

        • Alexandra1973

          I’m a white Christian woman.

          Hitler’s brand of “Christianity” was Catholicism. Which is a counterfeit Christianity.

          The Catholic “church” has had quite the history of anti-Semitism.

          • David Ashton

            Hitler was raised as a Catholic, but thought and behaved less and less like one as time went on. Many Jewish and other critics of Christianity rightly or wrongly ascribe “anti-Semitism” in Europe, and even The Holocaust, to the New Testament itself. The Protestant reformer Luther became notably anti-Jewish and his statements were quoted by Nazis like Streicher.

            There are scores of books and nearly as many opinions on the subject of your comment, but I would recommend cautious reference especially to the following: (1) Richard Weikart, “Hitler’s Ethic” (2011); (2) Rainer Bucher & Rebecca Pohl, “Hitler’s Theology” (2011); (3) Susannah Heschel, “The Aryan Jesus” (2010); (4) Werner Maser, “Adolf Hitler: Legend, Myth & Reality” (1975).

        • David Ashton

          Hitler defended Jesus – as he (mis)understood him – to the last.

  • dd121

    The treason lobby has outdone themselves this time.

  • Who Me?

    “the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will not deport minors from countries that do not share a border with the U.S.”
    ——————————–
    Well, they’re telling the truth….

  • Puggg

    That baseball movie said it best. If you build it, they will come.

    • Löwenmensch ᛟ

      I think it’s more like if you don’t defend it, they will come.

  • IstvanIN

    the very fact that so many of our leaders are even debating if these people should be deported shows that we are done as a nation.

    • True. If any nation has to actually ‘debate’ whether millions of non-assimilating foreigners should be allowed to flood and overwhelm their nation, they are done as a nation!

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Bajillion thumbs up.

      Re-elect NOBODY.

  • connorhus

    Ya know every time I see these headlines I can’t help thinking that “Camp of the Saints” started out with a very similar premise of a Western country (Belgium wasn’t it?) offering to take all the Hindu children and then recoiling at the numbers and closing off the spigot which in turn sparked the mass boat refugee invasion.

    I hope it’s just an awful coincidence.

  • There is evidence that the white population is already on the verge of being a minority in the US–that the Census department deliberately overcounts “whites” and undercounts browns. That explains the stepped up attacks on us. I believe we become less than 50 percent of the US on (estimated) August 12 of this year.

    Say bye-bye to soft genocide and hello to a coming harder genocide of the white race in America. Which is why we must arm ourselves, create our own institutions, and our own economy, while starving the feds of our money as best we can.

    • Sick of it

      They will take what they want and force is all that will stop them. That’s a pretty good summary of human nature/history in general.

    • IstvanIN

      To think I will have lived from the height of civilization to its end. Creepy.

  • WR_the_realist

    Unfortunately what the Central American media is saying is true.

  • OhWow

    Just unreal. If I was President I would hold a global press conference and be very clear: “Illegal immigration will no longer be tolerated. If you come you will be jailed and deported. You do not have any rights as an illegal alien in America. This is a slap in the face to the old wave of European immigrants who came here and waited their turn the right way. So let me settle the rumors right now once and for all. There is no citizenship being offered to criminals. That will never change. Our national guard is going to begin policing the borders and if it comes down to it we will order snipers to fire upon those who refuse to turn back after a warning in english and spanish to turn back. THAT is how you solve this. Then you deport the ones who are already here. You go around asking if they have visas or proof of citizenship. Don’t have it? Bye, bye. Then their friends back home will hear about it and realize that it’s not worth risking thousands of dollars with such strict policies.

    It’s absolutely asinine what’s going on. Our country is like grass that has been flooded over and over. Run down, no borders…it’s just an invasion and they keep coming. If you don’t have policies with real teeth i.e. snipers, national guard, deportations, shooting, making real clear announcements, etc. then this crap will never end until they are 75% of the US.

    • IstvanIN

      But we don’t have an American president, and haven’t had one since Ronald Reagan.

      • Alexandra1973

        Reagan? As in 1986 amnesty Reagan?

        We haven’t had a real one since JFK. Say what you will about him (even though much of it was true, granted)…he was killed because he wouldn’t play ball with TPTB. He actually said that it was improper for the pope to control what the president does and warned about secret societies.