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    These Latin American countries don't respect OUR borders, but just watch the radical

    These Latin American countries don't respect OUR borders, but just watch the radical hypocrisy when it comes to THEIR borders ...

    Can You Taste the Illegal Immigration Hipocresía?

    Michelle Malkin Investigates

    Video at the link

    https://www.facebook.com/MichelleMal...7405528432656/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airbornesapper07 View Post
    These Latin American countries don't respect OUR borders, but just watch the radical hypocrisy when it comes to THEIR borders ...

    Can You Taste the Illegal Immigration Hipocresía?
    I keep waiting for our elected officials to call them out on this Hipocresia but they do not.
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    The article that she references in the video.

    August 19, 2018
    Remember how Brazil, Ecuador and Peru condemned Arizona over illegal immigration in 2010?

    By Monica Showalter

    Remember how Arizona Governor Jan Brewer got piled on by 17 Latin American nations in 2010, condemning her state for attempting to enforce federal immigration law based on the reality that Arizona was being overrun by illegals and the Obama administration was doing nothing? It was bad enough that the Obama administration sued her state to end the law, something it only did with partial success. But then Latin states such as Brazil, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador joined the fun, piously weighing in to sign on to a highly questionable Friend of the Court brief led by Mexico, condemning Arizona for trying to enforce U.S. immigration law.

    Scroll forward to 2018. Now the shoe is on the other tootsie.

    Because right now, those are the very nations pulling up the drawbridge to illegals as their own countries get inundated by vast human waves of Venezuelans flooding over their borders without papers.

    Ecuador has announced that anyone entering its country is going to need a passport. No more entries without papers, given that 500,000 of them have already gotten in. "This is going to skyrocket," said one Ecuadoran official. After that, Peru, which just recently saw 5,000 Venezuelan border crossings without papers in one day, announced the same bid to enforce borders. It follows from Colombia tightening its passport requirements, and both Colombia and Braziljust plain sealing their borders to make the human waves stop. Chile, too,tightened entry rules after it got flooded. The latest news is that Brazil is now deploying troops to fight the migrants.

    Comically, Colombia, which has pretty much let all comers in and expected them to fan out across the continent, says it is upset about Peru's and Ecuador's new passport requirements, because, well, they now get to keep the million or so people who had been ready to move onward. (More than 2 million Venezuelans have fled socialism, most running to the first place they could find, which was Colombia, but they have also overrun Brazil). It probably doesn't help that a Colombian judge recently ruled that the incomers were fully entitled to the benefits of Colombia's vast health care system without having paid anything in. The U.S. has just dispatched a hospital ship to the Colombian coast to help pick up the pieces, given that Colombia is otherwise a good American ally.

    While I pity the plight of these sick Venezuelan refugees from socialism and fully support the U.S. mercy mission, there is also the main issue of why these countries don't want to be overrun. Like the illegals who rolled into Arizona that Colombia and the others had such tough words for, quite a few of these people are criminals who have wrought havoc on the countries they invaded. It's gotten so bad that in one Brazilian town, the locals literally ran them all out of town.

    Which was exactly what happened in Arizona.

    Yet these were the very countries that condemned Arizona for wanting to enforce simple federal immigration law in the wake of the Obama administration's opposition to it.

    They piled on, they condemned Arizona, and they did Mexico's bidding, telling Arizona that it had no right to enforce immigration laws and the interests of illegals should reign supreme. Based on what they claimed, no cop has a right to stop a person suspected to be in the country illegally, because, well, they have to stand up for their nationals and potential human rights violations (in their countries where locals had none) were just too important.

    Their hypocrisy is now evident in their new passport requirements and desperate efforts to halt the human waves, even with border shutdowns and troops.

    What's more, it's compounded by the fact that for years, they defended the 'sovereignty' of Venezuela's socialist hellhole even as it was ever more obvious that human waves would be the final result. They defended Venezuela against Bad Gringo in the Organization of American States, they stood up for that dump when President Trump let it get out that invasion was on the table, they defended Chavez at the various Summits of the Americas, and they denied there was any sort of problem that might just come back to bite them in the butt.

    Their farsighted 'thinking' has brought them the human waves, same human waves Arizona was raked over the coals for. An apology for that court stunt against Arizona is now just a little overdue.

    https://www.americanthinker.com/blog...n_in_2010.html

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    But is OK with Brazil when these "migrants" come into the US and murder, steal and rape.

    WORLD NEWS
    AUGUST 18, 2018 / 2:17 PM / 10 DAYS AGO
    Brazilian border town residents drive out Venezuelan immigrants

    Anthony Boadle
    4 MIN READ

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    BRASILIA (Reuters) - Angry residents of the Brazilian border town of Pacaraima ran riot and drove out Venezuelan immigrants on Saturday after a local restaurant owner was stabbed and beaten, residents and government officials said.

    The demonstrations forced hundreds of Venezuelans to flee back across the frontier on foot and residents set fire to the belongings they left behind and to tires to block the only road crossing between the two countries, video images released by the state of Roraima government showed.

    The outburst of anger was sparked by the robbery and severe beating of a resident in his home on Friday night by four Venezuelans, Roraima state security secretary Giuliana Castro said by telephone.

    The four Venezuelan suspects stole 23,000 reais ($5,800) from the restaurant owner, identified only as Raimundo. He suffered head injuries and was taken to hospital unconscious but was reported to be out of danger, said Castro, who is also head of the state’s police force.

    After crossing back into their country, Venezuelans migrants attacked a group of 30 Brazilians who were shopping across the border and who had to be taken to a shelter, Castro said.

    Venezuela’s government expressed concern about reports of attacks on its citizens and a “massive eviction” of Venezuelans, and asked Brazil to guarantee their safety. A foreign ministry statement said the violence was fueled by xenophobia.

    Tens of thousands of Venezuelans have poured over the border into Roraima state over the last few years, fleeing economic and political turmoil in their country. The influx has overwhelmed the state’s social services and brought a rise in crime, prostitution and disease, and has sparked incidents of xenophobia, Brazilian government officials say.

    A Pacaraima resident who asked to be identified only as Ismael said by telephone that the four Venezuelans allegedly entered the restaurant owner’s home, tied him and his wife up and stabbed and beat the man severely before robbing his house.

    “The people here are up in arms. They are burning the belonging of Venezuelans who were camped out here,” Ismael said. He said police were looking for the four men.

    “Out, out, out! Go back to Venezuela,” demonstrators shouted at the Venezuelans as they rushed passed the border post carrying what they could, video images distributed by the Roraima government showed.

    Brazilian army soldiers stationed at Pacaraima to help maintain order asked Venezuelan immigrants to return across the border for their own safety, Castro said.


    Venezuela’s economy has been in steep decline and there are periodic waves of protests against the leftist government of President Nicolas Maduro. Maduro argues that he is the victim of a Washington-led “economic war” designed to sabotage his administration through sanctions and price-gouging.
    “The only people responsible for this tragedy are Maduro and his gang,” tweeted Venezuelan opposition politician Ismael Garcia about the flare-up in Brazil.

    The Roraima government has declared the immigration influx a social crisis and asked Brazil’s federal government to close the border, which it will not do for humanitarian reasons.

    The Brazilian government said late on Saturday that it was sending more troops to Pacaraima to back up border police.


    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-venezuela-brazil-border/brazilian-border-town-residents-drive-out-venezuelan-immigrants-idUSKBN1L30NV


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    What RACIST countries. Throw your borders open immediately!

    They need IMMEDIATE diversification. We are a generous country, we will share and send ours to you now.

    I suggest we load up the 30 million visa overstays, refugees, TPS, asylum liars and illegal aliens that are here from ALL over the world. We will divide them up and send them there PRONTO!
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