Latin America

The vanguard of a new “caravan” has reached the Mexican state of Oaxaca, and there are thousands of Central Americans at the border of Mexico. Mexico is issuing one-year humanitarian visas. And meanwhile, the wall is stalled. To read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published January 27th, 2019, at VDARE.COM.

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Allan on January 19th, 2019

The vanguard of the caravan has entered Mexico, crossing over into the Mexican state of Chiapas. Some caravan travelers entered Mexico legally – some did so illegally. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 18th, 2019, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on January 18th, 2019

The latest “caravan” has set out from Honduras to go to the United States. It appears that this caravan is to be composed of smaller groups successively traveling at their own pace.   Still, the goal is the same. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published January 17th, 2019, on […]

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A new caravan is forming in Honduras.  What is Mexico, under its new AMLO government, going to do about it?  That’s a big question. Mexico’s new Interior Secretary, Olga Sanchez Cordero, gave a speech about Mexican immigration policy, and mentioned the caravan in the question and answer period. The question is, what is Mexico going […]

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Here is the latest Said in Spanish installment.  There are four topics: I. Mexican President AMLO still goes out of his way to not criticize Trump. II. Mexican  says there is no third country agreement with the U.S., but is, for now, taking in the asylum seekers anyway. III. Trump burned in effigy in Honduras, […]

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The U.S. and Mexican governments have announced that the U.S. is giving 10 billion dollars (for starters) to Mexico and Central America.   It seems to be the beginning of Mexican President AMLO’s vision of an international aid program mostly funded by the United States. The goal of the 10 billion dollars  is to aid development […]

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Allan on November 28th, 2018

The latest installment of Said in Spanish deals with the topic of the Caravan.   There are five topics: 1.  The Governor of Baja California asks Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto for help. 2.  Mexico Complains about the Tear Gas 3.  Honduras Complains about the Rubber Bullets 4.  Mexican Human Rights Commission on Honduran Border Havoc […]

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Allan on November 19th, 2018

The Honduran “caravan” has arrived to Tijuana, a Mexico city on the border, across from San Diego. And there have been protests, as many Tijuana residents oppose the presence of the Hondurans, who, they fear, will wind up staying in Tijuana. So what should the United States do?  Why won’t we really secure our border?  […]

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Allan on November 17th, 2018

Mexicans in Tijuana protested at a camp of Honduran migrants right on the border.    They complain about the adverse effects of Honduran migrants on  security and employment. Wow, sounds like American complaints about immigration. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published November 16th, 2018, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on October 13th, 2018

There has been a big increase in Guatemalans crossing the U.S.-Mexican border, and people are asking why. It’s  due I think to a combination of factors.   But the Wall Street Journal featured in this blog ignores some of the major reasons for it. For example, it never mentions Mexico. And these Guatemalans have to cross […]

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