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Thursday, June 06, 2019

Mexico freezes human traffickers accounts

Facing a Monday deadline to avoid tariffs, the Mexican government froze the bank accounts of the human traffickers of illegal aliens to the USA.

Reuters reported, "The Mexican Finance Ministry said on Thursday it blocked the bank accounts of 26 people for their alleged involvement in human trafficking, as Mexico broadens its migration clampdown amid growing pressure from U.S. President Donald Trump.

"The ministry’s Financial Intelligence Unit said in a statement it froze the accounts due to 'probable links with human trafficking and illegal aid to migrant caravans.'

"The FIU added that it would present the cases to the Attorney General’s office."

Many people profit from this trafficking including the Mexican government.

Many people profited from the slave trade. The difference is this is voluntary. That's a huge difference.

Nevertheless, it is still wrong. Reports hold that one-third of the women and children transported are raped.

Is this window dressing?

We shall see if President Donald John Trump accepts this and other concessions from Mexico.

Zero Hedge reported, "After both the United States and Mexico claimed to have had a 'very good discussion' to avert President Trump's tariff threat - and the US weighing a delay over concerns that both sides wouldn't be able to reach an agreement on all the measures Mexico would need to take to avert them."

The Washington Post reported, "A Mexican official and the U.S. official said the countries are negotiating a sweeping plan to overhaul asylum rules across the region, a move that would require Central Americans to seek refuge in the first foreign country they set foot upon after fleeing their homeland.

"Under such a plan, the United States would swiftly deport Guatemalan asylum seekers who set foot on U.S. soil to Mexico. And the United States would send Honduran and Salvadoran asylum applicants to Guatemala, whose government held talks with acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan last week."

The media has missed this story, concentrating on the monetary effects of a tariff if imposed.

But that was more anti-Trump hysteria.

President Donald John Trump lives to negotiate. Tariffs are a reminder of who has the upper hand in the negotiations.

Red China needs us more than we need them.

Ditto Mexico.

We can tell them to shove the avocados where the tequila doesn't sunrise.

Chairman Xi thinks he can wait out President Trump and rig the 2020 election.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador knows better.

Will America get everything it wants? Of course not. It is a compromise.


  1. We can tell them to shove the avocados where the tequila doesn't sunrise.


  2. There's an old saying that turnabout is fair play. So let's round up a few million illegal aliens and shove them across the border into Mexico. And keep it up until none are left in the U.S. - Elric

  3. Money is fungible. These smugglers can easily be repaid on the side. Results are what matters.

    People should stop speaking as if the Uni-Party Congress doesn't understand the problem. For them, Open Borders aren't a problem at all--they're the solution.

    The problem for Tweedle-Dee Democrats is losing elections. The problem for Tweedle-Dum Republicans is cheap labor. The solution for both is Open Borders. It's Power and Money.

    Democrats want to flood the country with millions of permanent welfare recipients, polarize with divide-and-conquer racialism and replace white voters. Uni-Party Republicans want an endless stream of cheap laborers while virtue-signaling down at the country club. Neither care if they wreck the country doing it. Power and Money.

    President Trump recently asked if the Cartels were in charge of the Mexican Government. What about the American government? How many legislators are on the payroll? They seem to want exactly what the Cartels want, don't they?

    1. And somehow our fourth estate can't figure out, with all their investigative reporters, which American politicians or officials are on the take.

      Do they just sit around and wait for an e-mail or phone call, or do they actually go out and, y'know, investigate. Never mind. I think I know.

    2. Our fourth estate is a major part of the problem. - Elric

    3. Our fourth estate is actually a fifth column.

  4. If memory serves me correctly, the UN rules on asylum are that the seeker must stop at the first country they come to. This picking and choosing the most profitable country to sponge off of is pretty much illegal.

    1. As if UN rules mean anything. It is even more corrupt than our congress.

    2. Pretty sure that's US law too.

  5. It's not just national sovereignty in regards to national borders, something even the UN at least gives lip service to, but the integrity of our elections and, ultimately, our Constitution and the rule of law ...

    "In 2008, as many as 5.7 million noncitizens voted in the election. In 2012, as many as 3.6 million voted, the study said."

    How many popular votes Hillary won by?

    Communists, despots, and dictators rig elections so the "correct" candidate wins, normally by ridiculous, massive majorities.

    These countries also throw political opponents in jail as Pelosi just stated she wanted to do with Trump along with first or in conjunction declaring them mentally insane.

    1. Keep checking the car trunks until the Democrat wins.

    2. Zero credible evidence of noncitizens voting. The scale & scope of such voter fraud would be easy to prove, yet Trump supporters have nothing.

      Face it. You never had a mandate and you never will. Trump lost the popular vote. Only a sad minority of Americans ever supported him.

    3. Oh really???

    4. Thank god for the electoral college. Elsewise we'd all be ruled by New York and California.

    5. > Zero credible evidence of noncitizens voting.

      That's okay. Mueller gave us a new standard. We can't exonerate the non-citizens.

    6. Susan's gotta Susan.


      "This study examines participation rates by non-citizens using a nationally representative sample that includes non-citizen immigrants. We find that some non-citizens participate in U.S. elections, and that this participation has been large enough to change meaningful election outcomes including Electoral College votes, and Congressional elections. Non-citizen votes likely gave Senate Democrats the pivotal 60th vote needed to overcome filibusters in order to pass health care reform and other Obama administration priorities in the 111th Congress."

    8. There is plenty of credible evidence for corrupt elections in DimoKKKRat hellholes like Kalifornia. Kalifornia has done all it can to obstruct the investigations of the problem. Simply put, the officials of Kalifornia are obstructing justice and Nony the Twerp is all in favor of vote fraud for his side.

  6. the best next move is to implement mandatory e-verify across the land. loudly. so word gets out.

    and quietly institute the same for voting.

    have army corps of engineers doze a mile wide strip on border. from the air, carpet seed cactus. really nasty cactus. really tight. a new green wall.

    and it flowers after winter rains.


  7. One positive step. Let’s see where his goes.

  8. The Mexicans will learn to respect our financial power. They need us more than we need them.

  9. Like Sheriff McCullough in "Support Your Local Sheriff", President Trump knows it's all about getting the other guy's attention and convincing him of your sincerity.

    "Joe, the cell on the right here is yours. We don't have any bars yet."

    "You're kiddin'!"

    "That's what I said! But we're going to operate just as if the bars were there. You stay on that side of the line and everything should work out fine."


    "While you're in this jail, you stay on that side of the line and you and I will get along fine."

    "You expect me to sit here in this lousy cell! ... Hey, what is that red stuff all over the floor there?"

    "Oh, that's the poor fella that crossed the line earlier today."