Apparently it is better to be a slave than a Mexican.

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I was watching on the news last night about where they talked to one illegal invader who was caught. That invader said they had to pay $8000.00 dollars to be smuggled into the U.S. I was wondering how somebody like that could come up with that kind of money. I couldn't do it.

There are two possibilities how. First, as everybody knows, war is an expensive business. Maybe the mexican government arranges it so that such people can be given what would basically be a government loan. Channeled in a secretave manner. That way they can slowly invade the U.S. and eventually conquer us.

The other possibility is that they just borrow that money from the smugglers. And agreeing to work for the organization that the smugglers are part of until the debt is paid off. Basically, selling themselves into slavery. What a hell hole they must have made for themselves in mexico to go through that. But here's the worst part. They aren't fleeing poverty. They are bringing it with them! If they are willing to work for less than what an American would expect, they will eventually drag the American economy down to the level it is in mexico.
 
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I was watching on the news last night about where they talked to one illegal invader who was caught. That invader said they had to pay $8000.00 dollars to be smuggled into the U.S. I was wondering how somebody like that could come up with that kind of money. I couldn't do it.

There are two possibilities how. First, as everybody knows, war is an expensive business. Maybe the mexican government arranges it so that such people can be given what would basically be a government loan. Channeled in a secretave manner. That way they can slowly invade the U.S. and eventually conquer us.

The other possibility is that they just borrow that money from the smugglers. And agreeing to work for the organization that the smugglers are part of until the debt is paid off. Basically, selling themselves into slavery. What a hell hole they must have made for themselves in mexico to go through that. But here's the worst part. They aren't fleeing poverty. They are bringing it with them! If they are willing to work for less than what an American would expect, they will eventually drag the American economy down to the level it is in mexico.
You are aware most of these immigrants are from Latin America, not Mexico - right?
 
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You are aware most of these immigrants are from Latin America, not Mexico - right?
I have to doubt what you say. Maybe in recent times there has been a greater number from south of mexico. But I would have to say that most come from mexico. After all, mexico has by far the largest population amongst those countries.
 
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I don't care what you "have to say" - the majority of border crossings are from Columbia, Venezuela, Guatemala, etc. We have a large Mexican immigrant population, but that is not where the large refugee influx now is from. Mexican immigrants are mostly legal immigrants.
 
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Nov 2013
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How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm?

Yep, see Immigration From Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador Up | Pew Research Center

"December 7, 2017

"Rise in U.S. Immigrants From El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras Outpaces Growth From Elsewhere
"Lawful and unauthorized immigrants increase since recession
"By D’Vera Cohn, Jeffrey S. Passel and Ana Gonzalez-Barrera

"The number of immigrants in the United States from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras rose by 25% from 2007 to 2015, in contrast to more modest growth of the country’s overall foreign-born population and a decline from neighboring Mexico.

"During these same years, the total U.S. immigrant population increased by 10%, while the number of U.S. Mexican immigrants decreased by 6%, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data."

(My emphasis - more @ the URL)

Mexico's economy picked up, & the US economy went into contraction.
 
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I have to doubt what you say. Maybe in recent times there has been a greater number from south of mexico. But I would have to say that most come from mexico. After all, mexico has by far the largest population amongst those countries.
$8,000.00 in USD or Mexican pesos?`Because at the current exchange rate $8,000 pesos is about $444.00 USD.

Rest of your post is just fucking nonsense.
 
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I don't care what you "have to say" - the majority of border crossings are from Columbia, Venezuela, Guatemala, etc. We have a large Mexican immigrant population, but that is not where the large refugee influx now is from. Mexican immigrants are mostly legal immigrants.
No. Most come from Meh-heek-oh. Believe it or look it up.
 
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Yep, see Immigration From Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador Up | Pew Research Center

"December 7, 2017

"Rise in U.S. Immigrants From El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras Outpaces Growth From Elsewhere
"Lawful and unauthorized immigrants increase since recession
"By D’Vera Cohn, Jeffrey S. Passel and Ana Gonzalez-Barrera

"The number of immigrants in the United States from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras rose by 25% from 2007 to 2015, in contrast to more modest growth of the country’s overall foreign-born population and a decline from neighboring Mexico.

"During these same years, the total U.S. immigrant population increased by 10%, while the number of U.S. Mexican immigrants decreased by 6%, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data."

(My emphasis - more @ the URL)

Mexico's economy picked up, & the US economy went into contraction.
I see the "immigration" part of what you showed. But what about the "illegal" part. That aside, as far as I could find out, most of the illegals crossing the border are mexican citizens.
 
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Of the current illegal population ..........................

Mexico - 6.2 million

Guatemala - 723,000

El Salvador - 465,000

Honduras - 337,000

China - 268,000

India - 267,000

Korea - 198,000

Every one else - 2.1 million

60% have been here for at least decade or more

33% live with a child that is a US born citizen

30% own homes
 
Jun 2018
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$8,000.00 in USD or Mexican pesos?`Because at the current exchange rate $8,000 pesos is about $444.00 USD.

Rest of your post is just fucking nonsense.
On the news, they said dollars. Not pesos. I also did something that you and tristenrobin don't seem to care to do. I looked it up. The average price an overpopulating illegal scumbag scab pays to get into the U.S. is $8000.00 DOLLARS. (If they are from Asia, they can pay as much as $25,000.00 dollars) So the question remains. How can a poor person from mexico come up with that kind of mullah. If you don't like my suggestions, come up with some of your own. They should be good for a laugh.
 

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