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Old 10-26-2018, 08:01 PM
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And you have inside access to what's circulating in intel circles, how?

Its very hard to know who is who in an internet forum. We always assume the other person is just a regular joe and most times that is precisely the case. Sometimes, however, its a little different. You are aware that the NSA monitors various online forums and through their computers they have access to geolocalizators of each member of any forum, right? Remaining anonymous isnīt an option at those levels. Thatīs just the US government, but other governments keep track too. The point is that you just never know with whom you are truly dealing with.

In any case, it appears the Venezuelan connection was an invention (or perhaps a misinformation he received as legitimate) of the Honduran president. The accused link between Venezuela and the caravan immigrants made it public that he simply gave tips to Hondurans wishing to leave in order for their march to the USA be successful. He denied any connections with Venezuela.

For now we must take that at face value, but lets see what happens in the short term. Sometimes reverses occurs after a negation is done.
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Old 10-26-2018, 11:26 PM
 
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central Americans need to turn around and go back to where they came from or this thing is going to turn ugly. about 99 percent of the Mexican population does not approve of how they by force invaded their country and very violently. Iím talking about the 125 million that live in Mexico not talking about Mexicans living in America legally or illegally. Mexico donít have the means, responsibly and is not willing to take care of this people. They need to turn around asap.
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Multitudes of people with little children from San Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala have entered Mexican territories on the way to the United States of America, since yesterday, due to hunger and lack of jobs in these countries. I fear that Mexico will use force against them.....just wondering how they entered Mexico, since they have a wall between Guatemala and Mexico. The USA is getting their armed forces ready to shut the border adjacent to Mexico, and have asked Mexico not to let them continue forward.......

Very surprised to see that no one has brought this issue forward......!!!!!

central Americans need to turn around and go back to where they came from or this thing is going to turn ugly. about 99 percent of the Mexican population does not approve of how they by force invaded their country and very violently. Iím talking about the 125 million that live in Mexico not talking about Mexicans living in America legally or illegally. Mexico donít have the means, responsibly and is not willing to take care of this people. They need to turn around asap.
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Old 10-27-2018, 11:36 AM
 
Location: Canada
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Mexicans are the last peolpe that should complain. How many Mexican illegals live in the US?
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Old 10-27-2018, 12:24 PM
 
Location: california
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Each of these invaders are a threat to every one ,money, food, jobs, heath, and security ,every one is effected .
Liberals are to brain washed to see this.
The illusion of prosperity in the US has brought every kind of person hereabout we are weakened by those on the take democrats created .and they did this purely for the "power" of the vote nothing else, but liberals can't seem to see that.
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Old 10-27-2018, 06:06 PM
 
Location: In Miami but, Inside the Resistance !!
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Each of these invaders are a threat to every one ,money, food, jobs, heath, and security ,every one is effected .
Liberals are to brain washed to see this.
The illusion of prosperity in the US has brought every kind of person hereabout we are weakened by those on the take democrats created .and they did this purely for the "power" of the vote nothing else, but liberals can't seem to see that.
Take some hot Camonille Tea, and go to sleep, tomorrow ALL will be just the same..Believe me..
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Old 10-27-2018, 07:19 PM
 
Location: Northeast
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Mexicans are the last peolpe that should complain. How many Mexican illegals live in the US?
True, but as screwed up as it sounds, Americans seem to respect Mexicans far more than Central Americans generally speaking. You can even find Americans in the comment sections supporting Mexicans over Central Americans regarding the migrant crisis.

I think it mainly has to do with the fact that Mexican/Mexican-American culture, food, music, entertainment, slang, etc. is very familiar to many Americans and Mexican immigration to the U.S. has reached a low for the last few years, so the "fear" of mass immigration from Mexico has gone down, even in the age of Trump.

Central Americans, on the other hand, are very "alien" to much of the U.S. for the most part and they haven't had as much time as Mexican Americans to establish themselves and become influential. Even in DC, there's no Salvadoran equivalent to Chicanos nor do Central American immigrants have the political influence of Cubans in Miami. Because of this, news such as this as well as news on MS-13 has caused some fear to spark up against Central American immigrants.

Of course, your average American isn't prejudiced towards either group at all despite what CNN says but, as a generalization, Mexicans are usually held in a higher regard than Central Americans in the U.S., as highly un-PC as that sounds.
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:43 PM
 
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It's a problem on this forum political posts infuse everything it seems that so many just can't help themselves. It was fairly clear to me that the OP intended to have a political discussion from the start.

No!!!!!!the op had no political agenda in mine..........I placed it there because that is the AMERICAS forum.
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:50 PM
 
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True, but as screwed up as it sounds, Americans seem to respect Mexicans far more than Central Americans generally speaking. You can even find Americans in the comment sections supporting Mexicans over Central Americans regarding the migrant crisis.

I think it mainly has to do with the fact that Mexican/Mexican-American culture, food, music, entertainment, slang, etc. is very familiar to many Americans and Mexican immigration to the U.S. has reached a low for the last few years, so the "fear" of mass immigration from Mexico has gone down, even in the age of Trump.

Central Americans, on the other hand, are very "alien" to much of the U.S. for the most part and they haven't had as much time as Mexican Americans to establish themselves and become influential. Even in DC, there's no Salvadoran equivalent to Chicanos nor do Central American immigrants have the political influence of Cubans in Miami. Because of this, news such as this as well as news on MS-13 has caused some fear to spark up against Central American immigrants.

Of course, your average American isn't prejudiced towards either group at all despite what CNN says but, as a generalization, Mexicans are usually held in a higher regard than Central Americans in the U.S., as highly un-PC as that sounds.

There are multitude of Mexicans in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and California alone, has about 20 million out of the 40 million the states has.....so Mexicans have been more predominant in the USA, and USA tourism in Mexico is huge........
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:54 PM
 
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According to some, it appears that among the illegal immigrants are many dangerous young men that were deported from the US after committing serious crimes including murder.
Many towns in the Appalachian mountains have been destroyed by MS-13......they are also been very active in Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.
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Old 10-27-2018, 08:57 PM
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There are multitude of Mexicans in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and California alone, has about 20 million out of the 40 million the states has.....so Mexicans have been more predominant in the USA, and USA tourism in Mexico is huge........
Lets not forget that the states where most Mexicans live was a part of Mexico (and before that a part of Spain) before the Americans took over. The Spanish origin is very evident in the names of many places, including modern major cities (Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Fe; San Antonio, etc) and even of various states (Colorado, Nevada, Montana -originally MontaŮa; to name a few). In the southwestern US thereīs a lot of Spanish (and consequently Mexican) aspects in the mainstream culture.
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