Mexico Aiding Illegal African Migrants


African asylum seekers by the thousands have flooded Mexican border cities within the U.S. in an effort to get to California and Texas. The goal of the migrants is to obtain U.S. asylum, yet many of the unidentified migrants pose a security concern since they hail from the terrorist nation of Somalia. No longer needing to hide, the African migrants have been getting a special permit from Mexico where they are granted a free pass to the U.S. border.

Mexican immigration authorities have been suspiciously silent about the wave of African migrants who have been entering Mexico through the country’s own southern border. However, evidence has circulated of Mexican immigration authorities transporting the asylum seekers from shelters and plazas to international bridges to the U.S.

The migrants receive a special 20 day pass, allowing them the freedom to move about the country.  The permit makes it easier for the officials to have the migrants leave the country voluntarily than to deport them to their countries of origin, which means their “leaving” involves them migrating to the U.S. In late August, 424 African migrants turned themselves in to immigration agents in the city of Tapachula, Chiapas after they failed to reach the U.S.

This Friday alone, there were 180 individuals from Congo, Angola, Somalia and various other African countries in the city awaiting for their time to cross into America. This special permit is the golden ticket to allowing dangerous migrants pathway to the American homeland

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