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Great! If we could find enough money in the budget to send half of them to Australia, I would vote to send them all halfway. Sorry, an adaptation of an old joke.
Originally posted by starwarsisreal
reply to post by DarthMuerte
Actually they are in the near future. In fact I know a few that are actually planning on leaving not just to Mexico but Australia, Canada etc
Well when civil unrest has intensified with the demise of the US dollar I'm sure more people will flee than enter
Originally posted by DarthMuerte
US citizens will go to Canada while Mexicans will still come here. It will be time for the Reconquista for them.
The U.S. and Canada are also scheduled to deploy a land-based version of the Shiprider program at some point this summer. As part of the security perimeter deal, both countries will, “implement two Next-Generation pilot projects to create integrated teams in areas such as intelligence and criminal investigations, and an intelligence-led uniformed presence between ports of entry.” In September 2011, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder revealed plans that would allow law enforcement officers to operate on both sides of the border. He announced that, “the creation of ‘NextGen’ teams of cross-designated officers would allow us to more effectively identify, assess, and interdict persons and organizations involved in transnational crime.” Holder went on to say, “In conjunction with the other provisions included in the Beyond the Border Initiative, such a move would enhance our cross-border efforts and advance our information-sharing abilities.” Both countries continue to expand the nature and scope of joint law enforcement operations, along with intelligence collection and sharing.