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Allan on September 25th, 2021

The recent Haitian invasion of Del Rio, Texas, was not launched from Haiti. It was carried out by Haitians who have been out of their home country for a decade. For the entire block entry, click here. Blog entry by Allan Wall, published September 24th, 2021, on VDARE.COM.

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This Said in Spanish segment has five subjects: 1. Arrival of Afghan refugees to Mexico 2. Haitian illegals in Mexico 3. AMLO and 500th Anniversary of Tenochtitlan 4. Ken Salazar, new U.S ambassador to Mexico 5. Migrant Covid deaths in Mexico. For the entire article, click here.Article by Allan Wall, published August 27th, 2021, on […]

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A new migrant caravan, this one mostly composed of Haitians and Cubans with apparently some Central Americans, departed Tapachula, Mexico, with hopes of arriving to the United States. But by the time they’d traveled about 20 miles, they were stopped cold by Mexican security forces. For the entire blog entry, click here. Blog entry by […]

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Latest Said in Spanish stories: I. More on Angry Africans in Mexico and a new Caravan Plan.II. AMLO Still Speaks Well of Trump.III. Mexican Interior Minister on Migratory Control.IV. Juan Hernandez and Remittances For the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published September 30th, 2019, on VDARE.COM.

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Allan on September 11th, 2019

As a result of Trump’s Tariff Threat, Mexico has cracked down harder on non-Mexicans passing through Mexico towards the United States. This has resulted with fewer people crossing our border, though it needs to drop a lot more. But, it’s progress. One group of non-Mexicans passing through Mexico are Africans, a group of which are […]

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We arrived in Mexico for a family visit several days after Mexico agreed to crack down more on hordes of non-Mexicans passing through the country to the United States, in exchanged for Trump not imposing tariffs. So is the deal having an effect? Well, Mexico has taken more action to control illegal immigration. It’s still […]

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