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    Mexico’s president condemns Trump’s National Guard deployment (video)

    Mexico’s president condemns Trump’s National Guard deployment (video)






    April 5, 2018

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    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto lashed out at President Trump in a 5-minute video statement Thursday afternoon, in his first public response since President Trump began speaking out this week about the caravan of Central Americans which Mexico has allowed to travel through their country, on their way to the U.S. border.



    Trump had warned Mexico that if they didn’t stop that caravan, the NAFTA deal was completely off.


    Wednesday, President Trump announced that he was authorizing the U.S. National Guard to be deployed to the border to assist Border Patrol agents.


    The Washington Post reported: Mexico’s Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved a nonbinding resolution that urged the government to end cooperation with the United States on illegal immigration and drug trafficking because of Trump’s plans to deploy National Guard troops.


    Peña Nieto said in his video statement:




    President Trump: if you wish to reach agreements with Mexico, we stand ready, as we have proved until now, always willing to engage in a dialogue, acting in earnestness, in good faith and in a constructive spirit.


    If your recent statements are the result of frustration due to domestic policy issues, to your laws or to your Congress, it is to them that you should turn to, not to Mexicans.


    We will not allow negative rhetoric to define our actions. We will only act in the best interest of Mexicans.


    Paraphrasing the words of a great President of the United States of America: we will have no fear to negotiate, but we will never negotiate out of fear.

    We are convinced that, by coming to agreements as friends, partners and good neighbors, both countries will fare better than if we confront each other. We stand ready to negotiate, certainly, but always based on mutual respect.


    Something that brings together and unites absolutely all Mexicans is our certainty that nothing and no one stands above the dignity of Mexico.



    CLICK HERE to read his full statement, translated into English.

    AP: Mexican senators are urging President Enrique Pena Nieto to temporarily suspend cooperation with the U.S. on immigration & security issues, responding to angry tweets from President Donald Trump about their country. The nonbinding statement was approved unanimously Wednesday

    — Evan Rosenfeld (@Evan_Rosenfeld) April 5, 2018

    Something that brings together and unites absolutely all Mexicans is our certainty that nothing and no one stands above the dignity of Mexico. pic.twitter.com/4eZIIUjM9a

    — Enrique Peña Nieto (@EPN) April 5, 2018



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    Message from President Enrique Peña Nieto (English version)



    I address you today on a matter of great importance for our country. I am talking about the recent events that affect the relationship between Mexico and the United States.

    As the person responsible for directing the country's foreign policy, a little over a year ago, I established two fundamental principles that would guide our relationship with President Donald Trump’s administration:

    First: to protect, above all, the national interest, our sovereignty and the dignity of the Mexican people, and
    Second: to maintain a constructive and open approach that allows us to overcome differences, face common challenges and reach agreements.

    Our actions have been consistent with these principles.
    The Mexican government has worked to build an institutional relationship, based on mutual respect, that is beneficial to both nations.

    On that basis, we have made progress in the negotiations to modernize the North American Free Trade Agreement, with the purpose of improving the competitiveness of the region and creating more and better jobs.

    We have also deepened our efforts to fight transnational organized crime, which severely affects our communities. We have never withheld our cooperation, because we are aware of the shared responsibility that this important task implies. And, of course, we have defended, on a daily basis, the rights of Mexicans in the United States, always respecting its laws.

    The bilateral relationship entails enormous opportunities that should benefit both nations. It is an intense and dynamic relationship, which understandably also poses challenges. Nevertheless, these will never justify threatening or disrespectful attitudes between our countries.

    As Mexicans, we may disagree among ourselves, especially during election periods, but we will always be united when it comes to defending our country’s dignity and sovereignty.

    This is why, in light of recent events, the Mexican Senate unanimously condemned the offensive and unfounded statements concerning Mexicans and demanded the respectful treatment that befits a relationship between countries that are neighbors, partners and allies.

    The candidates currently running for the Mexican presidency have added their voices to the Senate’s resolution. Despite their understandable differences, they all agreed on rejecting all measures that run contrary to those that befit good neighbors.

    As Ricardo Anaya pointed out “this is a moment of national unity, not a campaign issue. It is a country issue”. Andrés Manuel López Obrador declared that “we need a relationship based on friendship and cooperation for development, no the use of force, not walls, not betting on bad relations among neighbors”. José Antonio Meade stated that “this is a time for all of us to come together in the defense of the nation’s sovereignty and dignity”. And as Margarita Zavala stated, “when it comes to defending national dignity, we all speak with one voice and demand respect”.

    As President of all Mexicans, I agree with those remarks.
    Mexico is a great and strong nation. We are a nation that is proud of its great history and culture, of its dynamic present and brilliant future. We are a vibrant country, innovative and full of talent. We are a generous and good-hearted nation. Above all, we are a sovereign nation, with values and principles.

    This is us: 125 million Mexicans, very proud of who we are.

    President Trump: if you wish to reach agreements with Mexico, we stand ready, as we have proved until now, always willing to engage in a dialogue, acting in earnestness, in good faith and in a constructive spirit.

    If your recent statements are the result of frustration due to domestic policy issues, to your laws or to your Congress, it is to them that you should turn to, not to Mexicans.

    We will not allow negative rhetoric to define our actions. We will only act in the best interest of Mexicans.

    Paraphrasing the words of a great President of the United States of America: we will have no fear to negotiate, but we will never negotiate out of fear.

    We are convinced that, by coming to agreements as friends, partners and good neighbors, both countries will fare better than if we confront each other.

    We stand ready to negotiate, certainly, but always based on mutual respect.

    Something that brings together and unites absolutely all Mexicans is our certainty that nothing and no one stands above the dignity of Mexico.


    https://www.gob.mx/presidencia/prens...sion-en-ingles
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    Mexican Senate Threatens to Stop Helping U.S. Against Drug Cartels If Trump Deploys T

    Mexican Senate Threatens to Stop Helping U.S. Against Drug Cartels If Trump Deploys Troops to Border

    by ILDEFONSO ORTIZ AND BRANDON DARBY
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    The Mexican Senate passed a resolution seeking an end to bilateral cooperation with the U.S. against drug cartels and immigration problems after President Trump ordered National Guard troops to the border.

    The resolution was passed in a unanimous fashion and sent to the White House, Members of the U.S. Congress, and Mexico’s Foreign Relations Officer, El Universal reported.

    “Despite everything that is at stake in the relationship between our two countries, the way in which President Donald Trump has behaved is, for the Mexican people, unacceptable and intolerable,” El Universal quoted from the document.

    The resolution demands that President Trump respect the people of Mexico, and notes the Senate “condemns the unfounded and offensive expressions about Mexico and Mexicans and the treatment that is needed for a relationship between neighboring countries, partners, and allies.”

    Other portions of the resolution reject efforts to “militarize the border with Mexico” and considered the measure offensive. In the third portion of the resolution, the Senate calls for Mexico to stop any binational cooperation with the U.S. in dealing with immigration matters and fighting transnational organized crime (cartels) until Trump “acts with civility and respect.”

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    Mexico is so corrupt. They push their millions of citizens over our border. They are giving more classes now on how to make an asylum claim. Maybe they are sending orphan children with some of the people to get them in under family catch and release.

    They do little now to protect us from their violent and deadly drug cartels, but to threaten to let them have full reign is despicable.
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    Mexico has military on their border and all over their country.

    LOL..go to H E double toothpicks!



    NOW CUT OFF EVERY DIME TO MEXICO AND CENTRAL AMERICA

    SHUT DOWN THE BORDER TRAFFIC TO ONE LANE
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