Mexico, Guatemala Fast-Track Delivery of Illegals to U.S.

Jerome R. Corsi, WND, July 11, 2014

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.

Though largely unreported in the U.S. mainstream media, the two nations agreed on July 7, in a presidential-level meeting in Mexico, to make it legal and safe for Central American immigrants, including unaccompanied minors, to cross Mexico’s border with Guatemala and transit Mexico en route to the U.S. border at the Rio Grande.

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Under the auspices of a “Southern Border Program,” Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Guatemalan President Otto Pérez, in a meeting in Mexico, agreed to take five concrete steps designed to “protect and safeguard the human rights of migrants who enter and transit Mexico, so as to order international routes of passage [in and through Mexico] to increase and develop the security of the region.”

The five steps in Mexican “Southern Border Program” included the following action steps:

1. Mexico established for the Central American migrants transiting through Mexico a new Mexican-government issued “Regional Visitor Card” that instructs the Mexican National Institute of Migration to recognize the holder as having been granted by the Mexican government the right to a “temporary stay” in Mexico. The purpose of the “Regional Visitor Card” is to grant Central American migrants entering Mexico across the border with Guatemala enough time and legal status to complete their journey to the United States.

2. Mexico plans to open 10 new border crossing checkpoints on the border with Guatemala and two more on the border with Belize to function as “Comprehensive Care Centers for Border Transit,” designed to register the Central American migrants with Mexican immigration authorities and to issue “Regional Cards” as part of a formal government processing allowing migrants from Central America to transit into Mexico on an official basis.

3. Mexico has decided to expand throughout the country the five medical care units originally established in Chiapas to give medical aid and temporary shelter to Central American migrants transiting through Mexico, with special attention given to unaccompanied minors.

4. Mexico has decided to create a new “Office for the Coordination of Comprehensive Social Services for Migrants on the Southern Border” to be attached to the Ministry of the Interior, tasked with coordinating interagency Mexican government efforts to provide humanitarian care and assistance provided by the Mexican government to migrants crossing the border with Guatemala, so as to guarantee respect for the human rights of the migrants.

5. Mexico pledged to continue playing an active role working with international organizations to participate in conferences organized to promote legal immigration, including continued sponsorship of forums including Mexico’s National Conference on Migration.

In the spirit that migration of Central Americans from Guatemala through Mexico will be more secure if it is more formally organized, Peña Nieto announced Mexico’s new “Southern Border Program” was a step in the right direction.

Guatemalan President Otto Pérez noted the border between Guatemala and Mexico “offers an opportunity to show how we can improve the treatment of migrants and the relations between two peoples–Guatemalans and Mexicans–who have traditionally been brothers.”

Peña Nieto also explained that the governments of Mexico and Guatemala have been working in cooperation with authorities in El Salvador and Honduras “to work in the same direction to make Central American migration more organized and safer.”

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  • shmo123

    “Mexico has decided to create a new “Office for the Coordination of
    Comprehensive Social Services for Migrants on the Southern Border” to be
    attached to the Ministry of the Interior, tasked with coordinating
    interagency Mexican government efforts to provide humanitarian care and
    assistance provided by the Mexican government to migrants crossing the
    border with Guatemala, so as to guarantee respect for the human rights
    of the migrants.”

    I believe that translates to: We have no intention of letting them stay in Mexico, and will do everything to make sure they make it to the US border, so we can fob’em off on the American suckers. The bastards.

    • Greg Thomas

      When ever the US government or mexican government uses the word “comprehensive,” you can bet what follows is horrible for White Americans.

  • IstvanIN

    This is no more and no less than a planned invasion by Mexico and Guatemala to invade and take over the US. We have known for decades that Mexico was not so secretly abetting a reconquista of the United States, now they have joined forces with Guatemala. This is as absurd as Poland and Latvia successfully invading the Soviet Union pre-WW2.

    Face it folks, you have got to stop feeling sorry for children, women or any illegal who, as the DWLs like to say, only comes here to work and for a better life. They want lebensraum at our expense. A pre-built society (that they can not maintain) that they can steal. What about your life or your kid’s lives or your grandkid’s lives? Do they deserve a better life? Do they deserve to be infected, murdered, and beaten? Do they deserve to have their inheritance stolen from them? Wake up.

    Furthermore Obama, Biden and the entire Obama administration need to be tried for treason and crimes against humanity. We need Nuremberg justice here.

    • Hear! Hear! Well said.

    • shmo123

      “This is as absurd as Poland and Latvia successfully invading the Soviet Union pre-WW2.”

      Maybe you should’ve said the Latvians and Estonians. The Russians weren’t laughing when the Poles defeated them in the Russo-Polish war of 1920.

  • If only…if only…both Jerome Corsi and WND had been dealing with these kinds of issues all along, add to it Colin Flaherty’s excellent coverage of the black undertow, instead of all the bizarre stuff that Corsi and WND had been fooling around with over the years.

  • Luca

    Let’s follow Mexico’s lead, keep these immigrants moving and transport them all straight to Liberia.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    So nice of the Mexican President to be looking out for “humanitarian interests” at the expense of the United States. Since he’s so concerned about these interests, the residents of Detroit are currently complaining of a humanitarian crisis of having their water shut off. I should start a shuttle service leading Detroit’s refugees to a better life living at the Mexican Presidential mansion. I’m sure this champion of human rights won’t mind.

  • The money that Mexico is spending to speed their “tourists” toward the US border is coming from the feds. Bet on it. It’s another Fast and Furious secret op, part of the bigger agenda to permanently destroy the traditional USA.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Every time a third world invader crosses the border or disembarks at an airport, he admits to the world that his people must come to the US because they do not possess the mental ability to build stable, functioning societies of their own. Third world invaders are the ultimate free riders.

  • RisingReich

    This is tantamount to a written agreement to conspire to invade the US. In the past, wars started over less.

    In the future, we will discover proof that all this was Obongo’s idea, and he funded it all.

    No nation can endure this.

    • kikz2

      obama is a handpuppet.. if the powers that be didn’t want this….it wouldn’t be happening…..

      • RisingReich

        I’m well aware. Some other folks on here could use some enlightenment.

  • r j p

    “Southern Border Program”?

    More like the “Little Brown Guatemalan Squat Monster Program”.

  • willbest

    In saner times, this would constitute an act of war. Then again so would Holder’s arming of the Mexican Drug Cartels. Hey we like to make deals with terrorist organizations. How about, they can bring over their drugs in a regulated manner, and in exchange the cartels agree to close the border.

    • Adolf Verloc

      Actually, that sounds very practical. I would imagine that groups like Los Zetas could reduce the flow of of illegals to near zero if the money was right. Mexico would get the benefit of reducing the drug war, and our dopers would obtain their substances cheaply and conveniently. Win-win-win.

  • ElComadreja

    A sane nation would be carpet bombing Mexico at this point with a shoot to kill policy at the border.