Tweets on the migrant invasion


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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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  1. (Border closures are a big deal. 9/11 got one. A teachers strike in Mexico got one. It looks like the locals will have to veer out of the way to cross to get back home after Thanksgiving. I don’t know the usual Sunday night traffic, but I wouldn’t be surprised if some people are starting their Monday morning commute early.)
    San Ysidro
    5PM (PST) a bit farther east 2.5-hour wait, 1-hour wait on foot

  2. SAN DIEGO – U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials temporarily suspended all northbound and southbound crossings for both pedestrians and vehicles at the San Ysidro port of entry at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday morning. As of 2 p.m., operations have not resumed. [The suspect’s actions don’t paint him as a caravan member, but as a repeat criminal with a Florida rap sheet.]

  3. Video: what is the ratio between press (on right on the bridge) and caravan members?
    Re: Some pushing right to fence shouting “yes we can”.
    not really – sure they were saying, “!SI´ SE PUEDE!”
    THE CARAVAN OF CITIZENSHIP (2004, University of Illinois)

  4. Irineo Mujica, who has accompanied the migrants for weeks as part of the aid group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, said the aim of Sunday’s march toward the U.S. border was to make the migrants’ plight more visible to the governments of Mexico and the U.S. Irineo Mujica is a native of Mexico, and a longtime permanent resident of Minnesota.
    OCT 2017 Mexican immigration officials say activist Irineo Mujica, who has dual U.S. and Mexican citizenship, .. Edgar Corzo, a representative of Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission, who is in Ciudad Hidalgo, says police are accusing Mujica of slashing the tires on an immigration agency vehicle. Mujica’s organization, Pueblo Sin Fronteras, or People without Borders, said he was arrested during a peaceful protest Thursday in Ciudad Hidalgo at the Mexico-Guatemala border. Mujica led a migrant caravan through Mexico to the U.S. border last spring.

  5. Fr. Solalinde blames Without Borders NGO for migrant mess, “It was done to provoke Trump” Alejandro Solalinde Guerra is a Mexican Catholic priest and human rights activist. He is the coordinator of the South Pacific Human Mobility Ministry of the Mexican Bishopric and director of “Hermanos en el Camino”, a shelter that provides Central American migrants with humanitarian aid and education. In an interview, Solalinde Guerra criticized that he was deceived along with the Central American and Mexican migrants, the caravan brought polleros and armed persons to the city. “They should not have done it, because they are activists, some are extremists, but above all I do not think they do it out of love for art, that’s what I think,” he said.
    In this regard, José María García Lara, coordinator of the Migrant Alliance Tijuana, said he has also noticed the absence of Pueblo Sin Fronteras [to meet the caravan in Tijuana]. Pueblo Sin Fronteras says that they are not the organizers of the caravan, of which other organizations think otherwise, we say Pueblo Sin Fronteras is the organizer,” he said.
    — In a comment (from the author of the post, which is a translation of media reports) — Trickery was used on these people and then the culprits disappeared for others to deal with the aftermath. that is wrong.
    either we help now or pay later. Desperate times desperate measures. Narco are there waiting to kidnap, force or recruit for their use. some will make it across by hook, crook or payment plan. there is no leading force to help these people. it is an opportunity to step in and help them return to their country.
    [Some comments on other sites in Spanish mention that the migrants are at risk because they are attracting too much attention to the border, which has put a stop to legal and illegal cross-border activities.]
    Another comment: Also EPN ordered that the southern gate be opened to provide chaos and a humanitarian crisis for AMLO.

  6. Alejandro Solalinde @ padresolalinde
    Nov 12 We are with the fourth stage of the migratory exodus (caravan) 1800 migrants, the majority of Salvadorans: children, women, families, elderly people, disabled people. We need to move them, from Rodríguez Clara, Ver. To CDMX. For each bus are 18 thousand pesos. Can you support us? Alejandro
    Solalinde @ padresolalinde Nov 23 So condemnable is the violence generated by Donald Trump against impoverished and violent migrants in Tijuana, as the group of Peoples Without Borders that was bringing them to this humanitarian crisis. Tan condenable es la violencia generada por Donald Trump contra migrantes empobrecidos y violentados en Tijuana, como la agrupación de Pueblos sin fronteras que los estuvo acarreando a esta crisis humanitaria. 1:03 PM – 23 Nov 2018

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