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Mexican president condemns Arizona immigrant law

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posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:21 AM
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reply to post by marg6043
 


Mexico is a country of peace.

We don't send our children off to die for corporations.




posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:47 AM
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Mexico has a legitimate reason to be concerned about this new law. There are legitimate Mexican-Americans in this country who are now going to have to carry documentation in Arizona. What about people just passing through Arizona who are not aware of this new law? They're not even going to know what's going on.

It's my opinion that anybody who can't understand why the Mexican president will be concerned about this has the stereotypical American skewed view of the world.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:50 AM
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reply to post by Izarith
 


We have one state in the US that does the same, Hawaii you can not own land if you are not at least three part Hawaiian.

Now in my littler Island of PR our coastal land has been taken over by big corporate hotel business no only from the US but outside also.

We have been destitute a littler bit at a time for commercial real state status.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:53 AM
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With all the richest in Mexico and know that your country one of the biggest producer of oil and the biggest seller to the US, how come people have to suffer with poverty?.

Doesn't all that oil revenue should belong to the people as a national resource?

Or Mexico has adopted corporate ownership over citizens just like in the US.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:59 AM
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"It's my opinion that anybody who can't understand why the Mexican president will be concerned about this has the stereotypical American skewed view of the world."

Its my opinion that he should remember that he is the president of Mexico and not the USA. And if he really gave a cent about his citizens he would do more to stop Illegal incursions into sovergin US soil.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 09:27 AM
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With out order you have Chaos and and the U.S. government has not

enforced the laws already on the books about illegal aliens coming

across the border from Mexico so the state of Arizona has to do

something. The lack of enforcement of our immigration laws has to go

back way before President W. Bush, and he had 2 terms to do

something about illegal immigration and did very little to nothing to

stop the illegals from coming across the border. Build a token wall

what a joke.


The Mexican President does not want his cash cow to stop with

billions of dollars that are sent back home to Mexico by illegal aliens

residing in the U.S. and not to mention the illegal drug trafficing that

brings billions of dollars back to Mexico.


The race card is a diversion tactic to side step the real issue and used

to distort what is actually happening in this country the draining of

State and Federal monies to support the illegals. Arizona, New

Mexico and California are going broke supporting these illegals. Texas

is also spending billions to support the illegals in the past and up until

the present.


Here is the real question what percentage of illegals pay taxes in this

country and what percentage are paid in cash and never report

income? ^Y^



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 10:13 AM
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reply to post by Styki
 


This issue is splashed all over the national news.

No one has any excuse for not knowing what is going on in Az.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 11:20 AM
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Originally posted by Izarith
reply to post by marg6043
 


Mexico is a country of peace.

We don't send our children off to die for corporations.


HAHAH mexico go to war, they would send one boat off and go bankrupt. They much rather like to kill each other(as is blatantly obvious with cartels and all the border crime). peace my ass



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 06:56 PM
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Mexico is a country of peace.

We don't send our children off to die for corporations.


That's right! They can die right there in their own home town at the
hand of another local..



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:16 PM
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I said that it is understandable that he would be concerned, I didn't say he should take action. He condemned the law, he didn't do anything to punish Arizona.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:20 PM
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reply to post by Taupin Desciple
 


Believe it or not, there is a large portion of the population who doesn't watch, listen to or read the news. You can't hold it against them for not staying updated with what is going on, it's just not what they're interested in.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:21 PM
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Screw the Mexican President, don't give a damn what he thinks. Its a fair law in my eyes. If your here legally and can prove it then your fine move along. If your here Illegally then do not pass go do not collect your $200 dollars you got a free ride back to your country where you belong until you go through the process legally like millions of others "HAD" to do.

Don't like the law then get out of my country and go complain elsewhere because if your here "Illegally" then you have no right to complain about "OUR LAWS" because obviously you don't obide by "OUR" laws. I simply have no sympathy for the illegals because my life and my family's lives saftey have been severely affected because of the crime and drugs they brought with them to my City. We owe the "Illegals" nothing but a ticket back out of this country call it racial profiling I don't care one bit, someone can stop me and ask for proof that I'm a legal US citizen and I will have no problem proving that I am. Just my 2 cents from a "LEGAL FED UP U.S. CITIZEN".



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:45 PM
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That;s actually not quite true

I am British and FM3 in Mexico. there is a restriction on foreigners buying property on the coast. However there is nothing stopping me from buying land in the cities. And if anything gets difficult I'll just finance it in My Mexican / British Sons name!!!

HAHAHA MEXICAN ANCHOR BABY! YEAH!



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:52 PM
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There is a very simple answer to that.

For some reason Mexico (mainly unskilled) still labours under the illusion of cheap labour and low wages. Even the new middle educated classes, wages are still comparable to eastern Europe.

However the cost of living, for the new affluent, for the things that young people want, are on import and so come at a premium

My wife can shop at the Wallmart and spend easily the same we spent in the UK or she can go to the street markets, and spend nothing.

So although people want the commercialism of the more developed world, the salaries do not yet support it, but as with everything these day inflation just runs away.

Its that reason why 49% of the population live under the poverty line.

People still look at Latin America and believe you can live for a week on 20 dollars. and believe me I have seen people try!

But it ain't living, and for the average American living standard you will get little change from your twenty for a round of drinks in a reasonable bar!


[edit on 27/404/1010 by JakiusFogg]



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 07:57 PM
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And just as a final point the next time I see a US OAP in the INM office bitching and moaning that he didn;t have to do that last year, I will remind him of his nations view that when you are in THEIR COUNTRY you must abide by THEIR LAWS.

Yes immigrastion goes both ways.

USA gets the young, energetic and poor

Mexico gets the old, tired and rich.

What would the US say if Mexico passed a law that allowed constant checking for legal document status of every Gringo they the police felt like stopping and extorting.



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:02 PM
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Crime rate in Mexico city is comparable to Washington DC

Don't say that just because there are serious problem in Juarez that the whol country is bad.

That's like saying don't go to LA Because there are lots of killings in Seattle!



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:27 PM
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you know i do see what you mean
though your judgement is clouded by anger but i dont think you are racist

i think this law is a good idea
i just think it kind of looks like nazis asking germans if they were jews but that dont mean thats what it is you know?



posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 08:37 PM
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Vous papiers s'il vous plait!

hey maybe you should make all mexican wear visably a red green white and red star.

Or at least have the decency to wear a big moustache and sombrero at all times!

[edit on 27/404/1010 by JakiusFogg]



posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 06:28 AM
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With all the richest in Mexico and know that your country one of the biggest producer of oil and the biggest seller to the US, how come people have to suffer with poverty?.

Doesn't all that oil revenue should belong to the people as a national resource?

Or Mexico has adopted corporate ownership over citizens just like in the US.


This is a good question one with an obvious answer.

Mexicans are as dumb as rocks when it comes to anything except burning trash, and screwing people over on what should be a fair deal.

Mexico is one of the most richest Nations with such a divers terrain that it it has no excuse to not be one of the worlds superpowers.

The only problem with Mexico is the Mexicans.....

We are great people deep down but we are just so stupid it makes me want to cry sometimes.

If we could just get our heads out of our butts we would not sell oil to the USA only to buy gasoline because we don't have refineries.

We would not import every piece of crap corporation and dress up to eat at Carl's Jr. as if it was a fancy restaurant. We would not pay 8 dollars for a 6 dollar burger at Carls Jr. either lol.

We would not pay triple the price for expired ham than Americans do.

We would not have a luxury tax on cigarettes...I mean really? Cigarettes are a luxury...some one shoot me please.

We would not burn the trash a day before it gets picked up by the dump truck.

And most of all we would not export our educated to the US and EU.

We would have a space administration and be plotting and mapping the moon for He3 mining like the rest of the leaders of the world.

We would use our national oil revenues to educate the Mexican people.

We would not wave our flag in a country that is not our own and hates our guts because we work for less pay.

We would not Vote in USA, slim ball, puppets as our president, whose only interest is to privatize our resources to the USA who in reality is China's brothel whore.

Mexicans could live proudly in their own country and gather around in joyful harmony and watch as the USA crumbles into the sea.

This is only a dream tho because this could only happen if each and every Mexican chose to stop being a total A-Hole! there is no power in this universe foreign or domestic, no government or army, that can stop a Mexican from being an A-hole if he or she does not want to.

But aside from that......I think we do pretty damn good for a bunch of retards. at the very least we know how to keep illegal immigrants out of our country.



posted on Apr, 28 2010 @ 06:36 AM
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Originally posted by JakiusFogg
reply to post by Izarith
 

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That;s actually not quite true

I am British and FM3 in Mexico. there is a restriction on foreigners buying property on the coast. However there is nothing stopping me from buying land in the cities. And if anything gets difficult I'll just finance it in My Mexican / British Sons name!!!

HAHAHA MEXICAN ANCHOR BABY! YEAH!


I'm very sure you are wrong, But I too could be wrong.

But as a protection I'd put land on your sons name.


If you have not seen the law for yourself, most Land sellers will lie their asses off, Hell half the land they sell is not even theirs lol. You have to be very careful when buying land in Mexico, Mexican or not.

smart move on your son being born in Mexico tho. My dad did the same. If Americans had half a brain they too would have their children born in Mexico and enjoy the best of both worlds.


Kind regards,

Izzy.



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