Mexico's Border Crackdown.
According to Felipe de Jesus Preciado, the head of the Mexican migration service, "the flow of Central American migrants north is a national security problem for Mexico. It wouldn't be such a big problem if they were getting through to the U.S., but they get stuck and hang around in the frontier cities making trouble, sleeping in the streets with no money." Similar national security dangers attend the inundation of U.S. frontier cities along our Mexican border. But if the U.S. were to close down the border and evict illegal immigrants, the Mexican regime -- along with the UN -- would scream itself hoarse condemning such a "racist" policy.
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|Title Annotation:||Mexico seeks to strengthen Guatemala border|
|Publication:||The New American|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Sep 24, 2001|
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