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    Mexican government sends federal police to intercept caravan of U.S.-bound migrants

    Mexican government sends federal police to intercept caravan of U.S.-bound migrants

    David Agren, Special to USA Today Published 5:41 p.m. ET Oct. 17, 2018 | Updated 6:42 p.m. ET Oct. 17, 2018

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    MEXICO CITY — The government of Mexico dispatched two 727 Boeing planes filled with federal police officers to its southern border with Guatemala on Wednesday to intercept a caravan of Central American migrants who are trying to reach the U.S. border.

    The Interior and Foreign Relations ministries said in a joint statement that any migrant in the caravan without proper immigration papers would be arrested and “returned to their country of origin.” Those with proper documents or wishing to apply for asylum would be allowed to enter Mexico.
    The caravan of migrants set out last week from San Pedro Sula, Honduras, which has long been one of the hemisphere's most violent cities with a murder rate ranking among the highest in the world.
    The group of migrants swelled to an estimated 4,000 people even as President Donald Trump has condemned them and threatened to cut aid to Honduras if government officials do not cooperate in preventing their trip to the U.S.
    "The United States has strongly informed the President of Honduras that if the large Caravan of people heading to the U.S. is not stopped and brought back to Honduras, no more money or aid will be given to Honduras, effective immediately!" Trump tweeted on Tuesday.
    He followed up Tuesday night with a similar threat, but added more Central American countries to his list. "We have today informed the countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that if they allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States, with the intention of entering our country illegally, all payments made to them will STOP (END)!" he wrote.

    Trump continued ranting about the caravan of migrants on Wednesday, lashing out at Democrats and accusing them of not wanting to boost border security.
    "Hard to believe that with thousands of people from South of the Border, walking unimpeded toward our country in the form of large Caravans, that the Democrats won’t approve legislation that will allow laws for the protection of our country. Great Midterm issue for Republicans!" he wrote.
    More: Trump: Aid will end to Central American countries allowing migrant caravan to head to US
    Migrants have long streamed out of Central America in large numbers, increasingly as family units, in attempts to flee poverty and violence.
    The "Northern Triangle" of Central America — Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador —rank among the most violent in the world, though homicide rates have fallen in recent years. Drug cartels move illegal merchandise through the region and street gangs control neighborhoods and routinely charge residents "rent" (a euphemism for extortion payments).
    Caravans of migrants regularly convene as participants seek safety in numbers. Undocumented migrants transiting Mexico often fall victim to crimes such as kidnapping, extortion and rape — often committed by criminal gangs, drug cartels, coyotes and crooked public officials.

    ESQUIPULAS, GUATEMALA - OCTOBER 15: A caravan of more than 1,500 Honduran migrants pauses at a Guatemalan police checkpoint after crossing the border from Honduras on October 15, 2018 in Esquipulas, Guatemala. The caravan, the second of 2018, began Friday in San Pedro Sula, Honduras with plans to march north through Guatemala and Mexico en route to the United States. Honduras has some of the highest crime and poverty rates in Latin America. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 775243532 ORIG FILE ID: 1052219302 (Photo: John Moore, Getty Images)

    A caravan earlier this year also captured Trump’s attention. In a series of tweets, he accused Mexico of inaction to irregular migrants moving through its territory, even though Mexico operates checkpoints across its southern states. Over the past five years its immigration agency has detained and deported more Central Americans than the United States.
    More: Did Central American migrants from the previous caravan enter the U.S.?
    Mexican immigration officials deported 77,371 people from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras in 2017, according to the Interior Ministry.
    The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Border Patrol agents detained nearly 17,000 family members in September, an 80 percent increase from July when the administration ended its controversial practice of separating families at the border.
    The United States has sent $1.1 billion in aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador over the past two years, according to the Washington Office on Latin America, a think tank. The aid has been controversial: Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales has been accused of corruption and has moved to terminate the work of a UN-sponsored anti-impunity commission, which has helped to convict members of the country political class on graft charges. Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández controversially won re-election last year in a race marred by irregularities and a crackdown on people protesting the outcome.
    Guatemala’s government issued a statement Monday saying the caravan would be stopped — even though Central American countries have agreements allowing its citizens to cross borders freely.
    A caravan lawmaker, Bartolo Fuentes, was arrested in Guatemala and would be deported back to Honduras, Reuters reported. The caravan, however, continues moving northward.
    Honduras has deployed police to its border with Guatemala and urged its citizens not to participate in the caravan.
    Vice President Mike Pence has warned Central Americans repeatedly to stay put. Last week, he told the Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America: "We need all the nations in the Northern Triangle region to reinforce this message: Do not put your families at risk by taking the dangerous journey north to attempt to enter the U.S. illegally. The truth is, if they cannot come to the US legally, they should not come at all."
    Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Arizona, said the caravan is another example of how undocumented immigrants and “their enablers continue to flout the laws of the United States” and urged his fellow lawmakers to approve a bill he introduced to penalize the home country of every undocumented immigrant caught at the border.
    “We have continued to provide foreign aid to our neighbors to the south even though they permit, and even encourage, thousands of their citizens to enter the U.S. illegally,” he said in a statement issued Wednesday.
    Under Biggs’ bill, “Fund and Complete the Border Wall Act,” the U.S. government would reduce $2,000 in aid to countries for each migrant arrested and direct money collected into a border wall fund.
    Analysts say most migrants are not dissuaded by the risk of the road and ignore admonishments from the U.S. government, or anti-immigrant sentiments that appear to be more prevalent in the country, because the situation is that dire in their own countries.
    "Many Hondurans are or were leaving behind gang or domestic violence in marginalized neighborhoods, where government services are lacking and the day to day life may be controlled by the dominant gang," said Stephanie Leutert director of the Mexico Security Initiative at the Strauss Center at the University of Texas.
    More recently, though, U.S. Customs and Border Protection data show "larger numbers of migrants from the rural western regions" of Honduras, she added.
    "The factors pushing out these migrants are going to look different and generally be tied to agriculture — such as low global commodity prices, especially coffee — and increasingly unpredictable weather patterns," she said. "These rural migrants could head to the dangerous Honduran big cities or go north. And from the data, it looks like more and more are choosing to go north."

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo travels to Mexico City on Friday, where he will meet with officials from Mexico’s outgoing and incoming governments. In the campaign, president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who takes office Dec. 1, pledged not to "do the dirty work" of any foreign government, when referencing Central American migrants transiting Mexican territory.


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    Sign an Executive Order...NO asylum at our Ports of Entry!

    No papers, no entry!

    They need prior approval, vetting, medical exam and no diseases or health issues!



    Do not let them enter our country.

    They are NOT at war, they do not qualify to come here!

    Their overbreeding in poverty and their own violence is NOT our problem!

    Many are pregnant, have several kids, diseases, no education, no job skills, are handicap...they cannot work to feed themselves and WE do not want to pay for it!

    No work visa!

    We have thousands out of jobs and homes due to hurricanes, volcanos, fires, floods, mud slides and tornados!




    SEND THEM ALL BACK!

    NEXT GROUP WILL BE 10,000!!! WE ALREADY GET THAT EVERY WEEK!

    YOU SWAMP RATS HAD BETTER VOTE TO STOP THIS TODAY!!!
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    Mexico dispatches two Boeing 727s full of federal police officers to intercept migrant caravan | Daily Mail Online

    October 18, 2018

    Keith Griffith



    Mexico has dispatched two Boeing 727s full of federal police officers to its southern border, as the country prepares for the arrival of a migrant caravan of thousands from Central America.


    Five hundred federal police officers in riot gear arrived on Wednesday in Tapachula, Chiapas on the border with Guatemala, where some 4,000 migrants are now marching northward.


    The presence of federal forces on the southern border of the country is not to stop migrants from crossing the border, but to help immigrationofficials maintain order, Mexican Federal Police Commissioner Manelich Castilla Craviotto told Noticeros Televisia.

    'The INM reiterates its unrestricted commitment to respect the human rights of migrants,' said Mexico's National Institute of Migration, a government agency that controls and supervises immigration.


    U.S. President Donald Trump warned Thursday that he will use military force to seal the U.S-Mexico border unless Mexico intervenes.



    'I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught – and if unable to do so I will call up the U.S. Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!' Trump wrote on Twitter.



    Mexican federal police planes intercept Honduran migrant caravan













    The Mexican government dispatched two Boeing 727s filled with police to the country's southern border on Wednesday



    The federal police will attempt to keep order at Mexico's border with Guatemala as a caravan of immigrants marches north



    Migrants with the Honduran flag take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on Wednesday



    Honduran migrants continue their travel from Chiquimula towards the department of Zacapa, Guatemala on Wednesday

    Meanwhile, the massive caravan continued its trek north in a bold attempt to reach the United States, defying threats from President Donald Trump to stop aid to countries that let them pass.


    The group reached Guatamala City on Wednesday, about 180 miles from the Mexican border, where Mexican officials greeted leaders of the march.


    Mexico's Foreign Ministry said that at the meeting, 'reliable and updated information was provided on the procedures required by the Government of Mexico to allow regular entry of migrants to Mexico and the process to be followed for those who wish to request recognition of refugee status.'


    The officials also advised the migrants that there was no transit visa that would allow them to cross to the northern border with the US, according to the Foreign Ministry.





    President Donald Trump threatened on Thursday to use the U.S. military to close the southern border unless Mexico helps stop flow of Central American immigrants traveling from the south









    The president renewed his complaint that the Guatemalan, Honduran and Salvadoran governments are doing nothing to stop a massive flow of people northward, 'INCLUDING MANY CRIMINALS'




    Honduran migrants take part in a caravan towards the United States in Chiquimula, Guatemala on Wednesday



    Honduran migrants, part of a caravan trying to reach the U.S., are pictured during a new leg of their travel on Wednesday



    Honduran migrants continue their travel from Chiquimula towards the department of Zacapa, Guatemala on Wednesday



    Honduran migrants who are traveling to the U.S. as a group get a free ride in the back of a driver's truck through Guatemala



    Honduran migrants bound to the U.S border climb into the bed of a truck in Zacapa, Guatemala on Wednesday



    Honduran migrants get a free ride in the back of a trailer truck flatbed, as they make their way through Teculutan, Guatemala



    Honduran migrants, part of a caravan trying to reach the U.S., are pictured on a truck in Zacapa, Guatemala on Wednesday

    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.6509]Trump threatens to cut aid as migrant caravan approaches US











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    Trump - who took aim at Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador on Tuesday - kept up his attacks on the march the following day, saying it should be an important issue for Republican candidates in the upcoming midterm elections.


    'Hard to believe that with thousands of people from South of the Border walking unimpeded towards our country in the form of large caravans, that the Democrats won't allow legislation that will allow laws for the protection of our country.'


    'Republicans must make the horrendous, weak and outdated immigration laws, and the border, a part of the midterms,' the President said on Twitter.


    In a church-sponsored shelter in the center of the Guatemalan capital on Wednesday, a vanguard group of around a thousand Hondurans took refuge, exhausted by tramping for hours in the sun and rain.




    Immigrants, part of a migrant caravan, carry a Honduran flag on their journey on Wednesday in Guastatoya, Guatemala



    The caravan of Central Americans continues their journey through Guatemala, planning to enter Mexico in route to the U.S.



    Trump has threatened to withhold aid to Central American countries that don't stop the migrants in their journey north

    'This is the beginning of an avalanche that is coming, because we can no longer endure so much violence,' said Denis Contreras, who fled Honduras with his sister and two nieces.


    Contreras, wearing the red shirt of the Honduran national soccer team, said there's no going back to his Central American country he says is strangled by poverty and violence. Leaving the country 'is already frowned upon' by Honduras' gangs and returning would be a death sentence, he said.


    Their objective now is to regain strength and press on towards the border with Mexico.


    A second group moved across the border into Guatemala on Monday afternoon and have reached the city of Esquipulas.


    A third of more than 400 Hondurans crossed El Salvador to join up as well, according to Salvadoran migration officials.


    The original throng of more than 4,000 migrants left last Saturday from the northern Honduran city of San Pedro Sula after organizing themselves on social media.


    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.6509]'March of the Migrants' draws over 1,000 Hondurans to US border











    [/COLOR]


    Honduran migrants aboard a truck arrive in in Guatemala City, while taking part in a caravan towards the United States



    Honduran migrants aboard a truck, take part in a caravan towards the United States in Zacapa, 145 km east of Guatemala City



    Honduran migrants, part of a caravan trying to reach the U.S., cling to a truck during a new leg of travel in Zacapa, Guatemala

    On Monday, a large contingent of police on the Guatemalan border tried to turn them back, but after an hours-long standoff, the marchers prevailed and managed to reach Esquipulas. They moved on in smaller groups to Guatemala City.


    Maria Ramos said she decided to join the march north after seeing the huge group pass by her village of Ocotepeque on the Guatemalan border.


    'When we saw them go by, we decided to leave as well,' said the Honduran woman. Her family was barely surviving on maize and beans in the arid border region, she said.


    Meanwhile, the Honduran Observatory of Human Rights expressed 'serious concern' over the detention of journalist and migrants' rights defender Bartolo Fuentes on the Guatemalan border as he accompanied the caravan.


    Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales told reporters his country was working with humanitarian organizations to provide food and shelter for the migrants.




    Migrants from the caravan queue to receive food and shelter at the 'Casa del Migrante' (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City



    Migrants queue to receive food and shelter at the 'Casa del Migrante' (Migrant's House) in Guatemala City on Wednesday



    Honduran migrants, part of a caravan trying to reach the U.S., rest at a school being used a shelter in Guatemala City

    But he said the 'unregistered massive influx' was putting 'people and countries at risk.'


    'We cannot ensure that everyone has Honduran nationality or origin, nor that they have the destination they claim to have.' Many are at risk from human traffickers, he warned.


    Morales said he discussed the crisis with Honduran counterpart Juan Orlando Hernandez and US Vice President Mike Pence.


    In a makeshift dormitory at the shelter's gymnasium, Maria Ramos, 43, ate breakfast cereal with her 15-year-old daughter before leaving for a bus terminal to travel to the border with Mexico.




    A Honduran migrant looks on as she rests along other fellow nationals at a school being used a shelter in Guatemala City



    Honduran migrants, part of a caravan trying to reach the U.S., rest at a school being used a shelter in Guatemala City




    Migrants rest at a school being used a shelter in Guatemala City on Wednesday as they approach the Mexican border



    They plan to reach Mexico's southernmost state of Chiapas, whose governor Manuel Velasco said he would welcome migrants despite a federal government warning that undocumented migrants would be stopped at the border.


    The migrants' dream is to get asylum in the United States, work and help their relatives who stayed behind, said Sairi Bueso, 24, pushing her two-year old daughter in a pram.


    With a homicide rate of 43 per 100,000 inhabitants, Honduras is considered one of the world's most violent countries, mainly due to gangs and drug trafficking, a situation largely mirrored in neighboring Guatemala and El Salvador.


    In addition, 68 percent of Honduras' nine million population live in poverty, according to UN data.


    [COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.6509]Honduras migrants are met by riot police at Guatemalan border



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    Really Guatemala? You're putting these Hondurans in your ..... schools???!! You're a bunch of idiots. No wonder Hondurans and Guatemalans are ... poor. You're too stupid to work, think, solve problems, deal with issues that every other nation on earth deals with every single day. We we DO NOT WANT your stupidity, incompetency, mooching lawlessness in our country. We don't want your products either. We don't want products grown or manufactured by idiots, moochers and criminals ripping off our citizens and consumers. NOPE!!!

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    Mexico can load those planes full of women and children first and fly them back!

    We give Mexico billions! Load them up and fly them home!




    Then load up the men and send them BACK too!

    We do not want them.

    If Mexico issues them papers to enter Mexico...then Mexico and keep them!



    WE HAVE ISSUED THESE ILLEGAL ALIENS NO PAPERS!

    THEY CANNOT COME ACROSS OUR BORDER!

    THEY HAVE NO PRIOR AUTHORITY TO COME HERE!

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    "The officials also advised the migrants that there was no transit visa that would allow them to cross to the northern border with the US, according to the Foreign Ministry. "

    -----------------------------


    The have NO papers to enter at our border! Turn them away.

    Mexico allowed them entry and Mexico can keep them!

    If Mexico allows the UAC's to enter...Mexico can keep them too! Put them in foster care in your country!

    No asylum at our Ports of Entry!

    Nobody...no excuses! Turn them away!
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    I want to see Mexico LOAD both those planes FULL of women and children and fly them back home!


    I want to see those Mexican planes land in Honduras and UNLOAD those women and children.

    I want to see those Mexican planes go back and LOAD up the men and fly them back too!
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    Judy's Plan B, implement it now.

    Judy's Plan B:

    Tell these countries, if your citizens don't stop entering our country illegally, then your country will have no aid from or trade with the United States.
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    Mexican Riot Cops Deployed For Caravan Showdown After Trump Snaps Fingers



    "Guatemala also sent police reinforcements to its side of the border, after Trump threatened to cut aid to the region"

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    Mexico deployed hundreds of riot police on Thursday to intercept a caravan of more than 4,000 Central American migrants, following demands by President Trump that Mexio, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador intervene before he has to deploy US troops.

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    MIGRANT CARAVAN: Two federal police-filled planes w/anti-riot gear landed near the Mexico/Guatemala border this morn (vid source: Policia Federal de Mexico).
    11:56 AM - Oct 17, 2018



    "I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught - and if unable to do so I will call up the U.S. Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!” Trump Tweeted Thursday morning.
    On Tuesday, Trump threatened to cut off aid to Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador if they "allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States."

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

    I am watching the Democrat Party led (because they want Open Borders and existing weak laws) assault on our country by Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, whose leaders are doing little to stop this large flow of people, INCLUDING MANY CRIMINALS, from entering Mexico to U.S.....
    7:25 AM - Oct 18, 2018




    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

    ....In addition to stopping all payments to these countries, which seem to have almost no control over their population, I must, in the strongest of terms, ask Mexico to stop this onslaught - and if unable to do so I will call up the U.S. Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!..
    7:35 AM - Oct 18, 2018



    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

    ....The assault on our country at our Southern Border, including the Criminal elements and DRUGS pouring in, is far more important to me, as President, than Trade or the USMCA. Hopefully Mexico will stop this onslaught at their Northern Border. All Democrats fault for weak laws!
    7:45 AM - Oct 18, 2018




    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

    We have today informed the countries of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador that if they allow their citizens, or others, to journey through their borders and up to the United States, with the intention of entering our country illegally, all payments made to them will STOP (END)!
    9:19 PM - Oct 16, 2018



    Mexico said in a Thursday statement that it would also seek assistance from the United Nations refugee agency for help coordinating with Central American governments of countries from which the migrants originated.


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    Honduran riot police were deployed to the Guatemala border to stop more people joining a caravan of migrants and asylum seekers. They are headed to the U.S.-Mexico border to escape inequality and violence in Honduras, where 66% of people live in poverty.
    5:53 PM - Oct 17, 2018



    Hundreds of federal police in riot gear fanned out on the international bridge in Suchiate, on the Mexican-Guatemalan border, as the caravan of several thousand Honduran migrants trekked toward the crossing.
    Guatemala also sent police reinforcements to its side of the border, after Trump threatened to cut aid to the region, deploy the military and close the US-Mexican border if the migrants were allowed to continue.
    A first group of several hundred migrants arrived late Wednesday in the border town of Tecun Uman, Guatemala, where they overflowed a local shelter, leaving many to sleep in the town square or on the street, an AFP correspondent said. -AFP
    The new caravan, which began in the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula with 150 migrants, is the second caravan from Honduras this year. The first caravan was largely disbanded, though a few asylum seekers successfully made it to US soil and were taken into custody.

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    All for SHOW...unless they load those women and children up on those planes and deport them!

    Send the MEN back on buses!

    EVERY LAST ONE OF THEM!

    IF MEXICO LETS THEM IN...THEN MAKE IT CRYSTAL CLEAR THAT MEXICO WILL KEEP THEM!



    IF YOU HAVE NO PAPERS TO ENTER OUR BORDER...YOU WILL BE REFUSED ENTRY, INCLUDING UAC'S. LET MEXICO HOUSE AND FEED THEM!
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