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Majority of Mexicans Want Central American Illegal Immigrants Deported from Their Country

The Washington Post poll revealed the people of Mexico want their own country to have sovereignty, as well.

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A new Washington Post poll has revealed widespread opposition to illegal immigration- not from American citizens, but from the people of Mexico.

Mexico has become host to massive ‘caravans’ of illegal immigrants in recent years, traveling north from Central America hoping to reach the United States. The people of Mexico seem less than thrilled with this development, as the shockingly massive migrant caravans have created significant pressure on the country’s infrastructure and social welfare system.

The Mayor of Tijuana, Mexico, asked his country’s federal authorities to begin swift deportation operations in order to remove troublesome caravan migrants from his city. The new polling indicates that many of his fellow citizens agree with such an approach.

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The Washington Post’s poll of roughly 1,200 Mexicans asked “What should Mexico do with the migrants from Central America that cross through the country trying to reach the United States? Give them residency in Mexico, give them temporary residency while the United States decides if it will accept them or not, or deport them to their countries of origin?”

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A whopping 55% of Mexican survey takers stated that the Central American illegal immigrants should be flatly deported. 33% said that Mexico should provide temporary residence while they waited to resolve their court cases in the American asylum system. 7% stated they’d like the caravan migrants to stay in Mexico.

The Washington Post’s survey shows the people of Mexico desire sovereignty for their own country in a comparable fashion to citizens of the United States, who voted President Donald Trump into office with the hopes of finally securing the border, building a ‘big, beautiful’ wall, and ending illegal immigration.

It’s more than possible that receiving a taste of the societal problems that accompany illegal immigration has motivated the government of Mexico to work with the United States to deter mass migration from Central America. The Mexican government has already pledged to cooperate with the United States to prevent the caravans from barraging through their country, hoping to get lucky with America’s porous immigration and asylum system.

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European Union Tells Nations to Open Their Borders Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

They are pushing for cheap labor.

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The European Union (EU) is telling countries throughout Europe to open up their borders so cheap labor can flood in from neighboring countries, even if enacting these policies may greatly exacerbate the coronavirus pandemic.

The EU said on Monday that countries across Europe should let in hundreds of thousands of migrant workers in order to help plant and harvest crops. They want nations that are under lock down and experiencing severe economic strain to let in low-wage workers while native Europeans are squeezed out of jobs.

Germany is already complying with the EU directive, as they announced on Thursday that they will exempt migrants from strict border controls meant to stop the spread of coronavirus:

Germany will allow foreign workers into the country to help harvest fruit and vegetable crops on farms, the government said on Thursday, relaxing previous travel restrictions imposed to combat the new coronavirus.

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Countries across the European Union, including Germany, have set up border controls to stem the spread of the virus, but with the side effect of preventing cross-border workers travelling to their jobs.

German farmers and vegetable processors had warned that such restrictions would prevent thousands of east European seasonal farm helpers from gathering harvests and undertaking planting on Germany’s farms, possibly leading to reduced fruit and vegetable crops and higher prices…

Germany’s agriculture ministry said on Thursday it had reached agreement with Germany’s interior ministry to allow up to 40,000 seasonal farm workers into the country in April and another 40,000 in May.

The workers should travel by air rather than by bus to protect against the threat of coronavirus, the agriculture ministry said.

One of the countries expected to provide some of the low-income migrant labor is Romania, which is being hit hard by the coronavirus as they have an extreme shortage of supplies.

“We don’t have gloves, masks, anything,” said a member of the medical team in southeastern Romania’s Râmnicu Sărat hospital tasked with providing health care to coronavirus patients.

“Everything is done on the cheap,” the unnamed staff member told reporters.

“Nobody instructed us so we’re encouraged to learn from videos,” the Râmnicu Sărat medical staff member said to AFP reporters.

“We were promised equipment, but when will it arrive?” the individual added.

The EU is exacerbating the coronavirus pandemic because of their globalist ideology. Multiculturalism is yet again contributing to the destruction of the West.

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