Friday, April 30, 2010

Mexicans slam Arizona immigration law, but how do they treat their migrants?

So , Being Raped and Beaten and having your money stolen from you , along with the Constant fear of deportation ( And being killed ," Not in the Report " ) Is O.K. ?
Especially when you are A Citizen of Mexico Doing it to immigrants trying to enter Mexico From their Southern Border .

But the State of Arizona Passing a Law that States " You Must have proof of Identification " , Is not O.K. !

A Common Law " Have some form of Identification Stating who you Are "

Well Mexico And it's citizens that live here ! You all are a bunch of Hypocrites !

Boycott Arizona If you Like ! We of the United States Can Boycott too !
Arizona is just the Beginning !

IMO , If you don't like it here , you Can Leave ! No one asked you to come here !

El Paso Times
Mexico City - As Mexicans decry the Arizona immigration law and launch boycotts of Arizona, Amnesty International released a scathing new report urging Mexicans to look in the mirror.

"Invisible Victims: Migrants on the Move in Mexico" details the abuse faced by Central American migrants, who cross the southern border between Guatemala and Mexico, usually en route to the US.

Each year, tens of thousands of migrants make the trip.

Many lose limbs from accidents on trains they board to head northward. Women and girls report sexual violence. And - far worse than asking suspected illegal immigrants about their US immigration status, as the new Arizona law will require police to do - many Central American migrants to Mexico accuse Mexican officials of demanding bribes or flat-out stealing their cash.

"Migrants in Mexico are facing a major human rights crisis leaving them with virtually no access to justice, fearing reprisals and deportation if they complain of abuses," Rupert Knox, Mexico Researcher at Amnesty International, said. "Persistent failure by the authorities to tackle abuses carried out against irregular migrants has made their journey through Mexico one of the most dangerous in the world."

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