Mexican government increasing fight against US immigration laws
By Sher Zieve
In yet another attempt of a foreign government to end US immigration laws and create a no-holds-barred open southern border scenario, the Mexican Senate has "ruled" that the USA has no right to deport illegal-alien Mexicans from its country. Citing the recent ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) deportation of, at least, two-time-offender illegal alien Elvira Arellano, Mexican Senator Humberto Zazue said: "We cannot remain quiet in view of this injustice and must ask for firm action from our authorities!" Firm action from our authorities? What is Zazue advocating? Increased violence from Mexican "authorities" at our southern border, perhaps? Is this another step in Mexico's plan to take portions of the US as Mexican territories?
Note: It already appears that Mexico has a growing number of the US Border Patrol "leadership" members in their back pockets. As a prime example, West Texas Laredo US Border Patrol Chief Carlos X. Carrillo has firmly decided that protecting the southern border from both illegals and drug smugglers is not the job of the USBP. In no uncertain terms, Carrillo strongly advised Laredo citizens: "I've said it before and I'll say it again. The Border Patrol's job is not to stop illegal immigrants. The Border Patrol's job is not to stop narcotics or contraband or narcotics. The Border Patrol's mission is not to stop criminals!"
Carrillo goes on to say: "The Border Patrol's mission is to stop terrorists and terrorist weapons from entering the country." Really? Then tell me, Mr. Carrillo, how do you know a terrorist is a terrorist unless you stop and interrogate those attempting to illegally enter the country? And further, Mr. Carrillo, who rendered the decision that the USBP's role at the border was not to apprehend illegals and/or drug dealers? Was it your boss? Or, is this simply your personal foreign policy agenda? From Carrillo's pronouncements, one must assume that illegal crossings of "workers" and drug smuggling gang members run rampant in Laredo.
Carrillo attempted to "clarify" his apparent patent support of open borders for illegals—from his comments we assume he means only Mexican illegals—and drug dealers. However, he has neither rescinded nor altered his statements. Let's take a look at these recent developments—shall we? We have a foreign government now virtually demanding that the USA disband its immigration policies and laws—and allow Mexican nationals to enter the country in one of the biggest free-for-alls in American history.
We have the ostensible leadership within the US Border Patrol siding with that foreign government's scheme. And we, also, have our own US government representatives from the Legislative and Executive branches working toward pushing illegal immigration down the throats of We-the-People. Representatives from both sides of the US political aisle have made their open-borders-for-personal-financial-and-power-gains positions known. And both of these branches of government have expressed anger with the American people for their position on illegals that runs contrary to the open-border elected officials! Despite non-partisan uproar directed against the anti-US-sovereignty "by whatever means possible leadership bunch" from American liberals, moderates and conservatives, these elected group members have vowed to eventually push their Amnesty for Illegals through. Again, their message is: "The American people be damned! We'll find a way to do what we want without their input." And, they are—once again—working diligently on resurrecting the illegals' amnesty bill.
Another way in which our "leaders" bypass We-the-People is the setting up of sanctuary cities. These cities provide tacit as well as real support for illegals and their criminal activities. In contrast, US citizens are given no such latitude. Increasingly, only the legal inhabitants of the United States of America are required to uphold the laws of that country. Illegal aliens and their supporters are under no such dictate or obligation in these escalating lawless cities and towns. Our now discriminatory-against-legal-citizenship practices have developed into the norm, just as our actual laws have become as feckless as our current elected leadership. Isn't it time to elect those who swear to uphold both our laws and our sovereignty? Isn't it time to vote those who refuse to do so out of office? Isn't it time to hold our leaders accountable for their actions or lack thereof? The answer to all of these questions is a resounding "Yes."
The third President of the United States of America Thomas Jefferson said: "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants." Only We-the-People can decide whether or not this tree needs some severe pruning—and soon.
Sher Zieve is a staff writer for the New Media Alliance, Inc. The New Media Alliance is a non-profit (501c3) national coalition of writers, journalists and grass-roots media outlets.