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    Mexico Says U.S. Border Fence Will Damage "Spirit Of Co-coperation"

    Mexican Official Calls Fence Plan 'Stupid'

    Mexican Foreign Secretary Calls U.S. Plan to Build Fence on Its Southern Border 'Stupid'

    By WILL WEISSERT Associated Press Writer
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    Mexico's President Vicente Fox speaks during an event in Silao, Mexico on Sunday Dec. 18, 2005. President Fox stepped up his attacks on the United States plan to build a wall along its southern border saying it was a "shameful'' initiative for a democracy.(AP Photo/Mario Armas)

    MEXICO CITY Dec 19, 2005 — Mexico's foreign secretary Monday leveled his country's sharpest criticism yet at U.S. proposal for a fence along parts of its southern border, condemning it as "stupid" and "underhanded."

    In a radio interview, Luis Ernesto Derbez said U.S. legislators who approved the bill were turning a blind eye to the contributions millions of migrants from Mexico and elsewhere make to America's economy and culture.

    "It's a law that looks underhanded to everybody … stupid," Derbez said.

    On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 239-182 in favor of an immigration enforcement bill, which includes a proposal to build 700 miles of border fencing along parts of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.

    Under the measure, soldiers and police would help stop people sneaking across, and employers would have to check the legal status of their workers.

    Derbez said he was confident the bill would not make it past the U.S. Senate, which he said was not as easily swayed as the House.

    Reacting Sunday to the bill's approval, Mexican President Vicente Fox said "this wall is shameful," and called the plan hypocritical for a country made up of immigrants.

    Fox has for years called for an immigration agreement with Washington granting some form of legal status to Mexicans who sneak into U.S. territory in search of work.

    President Bush proposed a new guest worker program with three-year work visas, but lawmakers refused to include the initiative in the immigration bill passed Friday.

    Authorities estimate there are about 11 million undocumented migrants in the United States, about half of them Mexican.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordgau

    Mexico's President Vicente Fox speaks during an event in Silao, Mexico on Sunday Dec. 18, 2005. President Fox stepped up his attacks on the United States plan to build a wall along its southern border saying it was a "shameful'' initiative for a democracy.(AP Photo/Mario Armas)
    Law Enforcement is "shameful" for a democracy?

    (Well, in some cases it actually seems to be so.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalevi
    Law Enforcement is "shameful" for a democracy?

    (Well, in some cases it actually seems to be so.)
    Yes it is. The US (like the rest of us) should just remain passive victim
    in a deathlike slumber before the ongoing rape by the lebensraum conquering aliens.

    When they say "jump!" we should only ask "how high?". They´ve become so
    accustomed to our lack of masculinity that they are propably genuinely shocked
    when confronted with something like this.

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    Shameful? God forbid the U.S. might actually inhibit that nice Gringo money that swarms into Mexico every year. I live in Texas and work with Mexicans. I could leave them in a hearbeat! I've been cleaning my own bathroom for years.

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    Cry me a river Pedro, it looks like those stupid gringos are onto your plans for 'greater Aztlan'.
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    This Vicente Fox seems to be the American variant of Erdogan and the Mexicans seem to be the Turks. :speechles

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    Tough $%$* , a%&hole. This is our country, keep your tired, huddled mestizo masses, we don't need them!! :annoysigr
    This Vicente Fox seems to be the American variant of Erdogan and the Mexicans seem to be the Turks
    Pretty much. Amazing some of the congress in Washington finally think a bit about protecting our borders when they're usually just worried about Israel's. Israel must be kept a wholly jewish state, but massive disposession of white America's a-ok.
    The only way the wall would work would be with enforcement a la
    I personally don't see it as coming to much, not enough strong will, to many obstacles from the capitalist stooges 'n 'minorities' in congress.

    All no wetbacks around here would mean would be the farmers and construction crews'd have to find native born workers and pay them instead of dirt-cheap greasers. Less crime and drugs too. Win-win situation as I see it.
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    Mexico says U.S. border fence will damage "spirit of co-coperation"

    Mexico Opposed to U.S. Border Fence

    Sep 28, 10:40 PM (ET)

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    California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger speaks during a news conference held along the U.S.-Mexico border fence



    MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico warned Thursday that the U.S. proposal to build miles of border fence will damage relations between the two countries.

    The Foreign Relations Department said it was "deeply worried" about the proposal, which is working its way through the Senate, adding it will "increase tension in border communities."

    "These measures will harm the bilateral relationship. They are against the spirit of co-operation that is needed to guarantee security on the common border," the department said in a statement.

    The House of Representatives and Senate are maneuvering to speed construction of a 700-mile fence along the United States' southern border aimed at keeping migrants and criminals from entering the country illegally.

    A House-Senate homeland security funding bill containing $1.2 billion to begin building the fence could be passed and sent to President Bush before lawmakers depart Washington this weekend.

    Mexico's Foreign Relations Department said that only a comprehensive immigration reform would stop millions of Mexicans sneaking across its northern desert and swimming over the Rio Grande into the United States.

    "A partial measure that is exclusively focused on security does not deal with reality and represents a political answer rather than a viable solution," it said in the statement.

    President Vicente Fox has rallied against the wall, calling it "shameful" and comparing it to the Berlin Wall, which divided Germany.

    President-elect Felipe Calderon, who takes over from Fox on Dec.1, has also spoken out against the measure.

    There are an estimated 11 million Mexicans in the United States, about half of whom are illegal. Last year, Mexican migrants sent home more than $20 billion in remittances, providing Mexico with its second biggest source of foreign income after oil.

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    Re: Mexico says U.S. border fence will damage "spirit of co-coperation"

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    MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico warned Thursday that the U.S. proposal to build miles of border fence will damage relations between the two countries.

    The Foreign Relations Department said it was "deeply worried" about the proposal, which is working its way through the Senate, adding it will "increase tension in border communities."

    "These measures will harm the bilateral relationship. They are against the spirit of co-operation that is needed to guarantee security on the common border," the department said in a statement.
    There is no security on the border as things stand now. As for damaging relations between the two countries they are already strained because of the defacto invasion the U.S. Southwest by Mexico only the elites in Washington choose to ignore the reality.

    Mexico's Foreign Relations Department said that only a comprehensive immigration reform would stop millions of Mexicans sneaking across its northern desert and swimming over the Rio Grande into the United States.
    Meaning legalize all Mexicans already in the U.S. & having a open borders policy with Mexico.


    President Vicente Fox has rallied against the wall, calling it "shameful" and comparing it to the Berlin Wall, which divided Germany.
    This is not a good comparison. The Berlin Wall was built to keep people in, against their will. A border fence to keep people out is justified in preserving the rights & heritage of the Euro-Americans who built this country.

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