Sunday, April 7, 2024

To Stop The Border Invasion, Get Tough On Mexico: Mexico Isn’t a Partner or a Friend On Our Southern Border. It’s an Antagonist, and It’s Time We Treat It as Such; Bomb Mexico

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To Stop The Border Invasion, Get Tough On Mexico:
Mexico isn’t a partner or a friend on our southern border. It’s an antagonist, and it’s time we treat it as such.
A group of several hundred illegal immigrants forcibly pushed past Texas National Guard troops on Thursday in El Paso, Texas, breaking through razor wire and assaulting guardsmen as they forcibly rushed a border gate.
Video of the clash, which was filmed by reporters from the New York Post, quickly went viral. It shows the crowd of migrants, all of them adult men, at first putting their hands up as they crowd around a small group of Texas guardsmen trying to block an opening in the fence the migrants had created. After what appears to be a brief physical altercation, the crowd rushes past the guardsmen. The Post reporter at the scene described it as a “riot.”
The video is shocking. It underscores not only how unstable the border has become but also what has been true for a while now: This is an invasion. What began as a crisis created by the Biden administration’s lax border policies is now an open conflict careening toward disaster.
What can be done to stop this? In the near term, mostly nothing. The riotous scenes at the border, the millions of illegal immigrants processed and released into the country by federal immigration authorities, the chaos of homeless illegal immigrants camped out on the streets of major American cities — all of these were totally predictable policy outcomes that the Biden administration knew would happen. They did it anyway, and they will probably not do anything to stop it.
But even if the Biden administration recognized that the border invasion might be a political liability going into the November presidential election, the steps required to bring the situation under control at this point are so drastic that there’s almost no chance the Biden White House would even consider them.
The key thing to understand about the crisis is that it’s being managed by Mexican cartels, along with their partners inside the Mexican government, as a for-profit enterprise. Under Biden, the cartels have turned illegal immigration into big business, a massive black market in which every illegal immigrant who crosses the border represents a source of income for the cartels. They are all being trafficked, in other words. It is not too much to say the cartels are running slave markets, as my friend Joshua Treviño did in these pages recently, “in which children are bought and sold to increase the chances that the norteamericanos will admit a supposed family unit, and also to provide supply to the vile and ravenous market in sex.”
The Mexican government is complicit in all this. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, popularly known as AMLO, has not tried to hide his longstanding connections to the country’s most powerful cartel, Sinaloa, nor has he done anything to rein them in during his presidency, consistently pursuing the drug war policy he outlined when running for president in 2018: “hugs, not bullets.” --->READ MORE HERE
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Bomb Mexico:
Editor’s Note: The title is a reference to Jonah Goldberg’s National Review cover story, “Bomb Canada” (November 25, 2002).
Sunday’s 60 Minutes interview with Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador confirmed Americans’ fears that Mexico is exploiting mass immigration and the world’s desire to take up residence in the U.S. — or commit crimes and then leave — to further its interests and those of the pinkest parts of the Americas.
Obrador’s list of essentials, before he’d consider lifting a finger to control migration, include: the United States’ committing $20 billion to Latin America (graft), lifting sanctions on Venezuela (enabling a leftist dictator), ending the Cuban embargo (propping up another leftist dictatorship), and legalizing Mexicans living in the U.S. Insane.
The president of Mexico’s proposal for stemming immigration includes:

– The U.S. commit $20 billion a year to poor countries in Latin America and the Caribbean
-Lift sanctions on Venezuela
-End the Cuban embargo
-Legalize law-abiding Mexicans living in the U.S.

— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) March 24, 2024
In case it wasn’t already obvious, this Mexican government is not a friend of the United States, and the Biden administration — after looking at some maps — should consider directing the U.S. Army and the Air Force to level Mexico and install Ted Cruz as governor of our newest state. --->READ MORE HERE
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