Saturday, November 24, 2018

Fr. Solalinde blames Without Borders NGO for migrant mess, "It was done to provoke Trump"

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat from Frontera and SinEmbargo
Solalinde accuses NGO of deceiving migrants;  He says  that he was deceived along with the Central American and Mexican migrants, the caravan brought polleros and armed persons to the city. Here the negative actor is the organization, Pueblo Sin Fronteras, says Fr. Solalinde.


There is no greater champion for Central American migrants; Alejandro Solalinde Guerra is a Mexican Catholic priest and human rights activist. He is the coordinator of the South Pacific Human Mobility Ministry of the Mexican Bishopric and director of "Hermanos en el Camino", a shelter that provides Central American migrants with humanitarian aid and education.

The priest and activist Alejandro Solalinde Guerra accused the civil organization Pueblo Sin Fronteras (Town Without Borders) for bringing the Central American migrant caravan to Tijuana to provoke the anti-immigrant policies of US President Donald Trump.

"They ( Pueblo Sin Fronteras)  are going to cause problems, as they are causing it internationally between the United States and Mexico, when in reality there was no need.

"But also something very cagey: they played Donald Trump, they do it, and the proof is the impact, how they arrived; it was irrational, taking them to where there is no solution, where right now you cannot fix papers, " he told the journalism portal SinEmbargo.

In an interview, Solalinde Guerra criticized that he was deceived along with the Central American and Mexican migrants, the caravan brought polleros and armed persons to the city.

"Here is a negative actor is Pueblo Sin Fronteras, which has been dedicated to hauling people through caravans, they caravanned this migrant exodus.
"They should not have done it, because they are activists, some are extremists, but above all I do not think they do it out of love for art, that's what I think," he said.





The migrants from Central America celebrated their first week in Tijuana, have shown their desperation to meet the leaders who brought them to begin their process of humanitarian asylum in the United States.

In this regard, José María García Lara, coordinator of the Migrant Alliance Tijuana, said he has also noticed the absence of Pueblo Sin Fronteras.

"We already realized that this group is not taking charge. It is very unfortunate that they really do not take responsibility for something that is gradually become out of control," speaking about the demonstration that the migrants held in the Garita de El Chaparral.

Pueblo Sin Fronteras says that they are not the organizers of the caravan, of which other organizations think otherwise, we say Pueblo Sin Fronteras is the organizer," he said.


García Lara said that his approach with the international organization began in the caravans of 2017 and the first of 2018.
The alliance provided its shelters to 300 people from the May 2017 exodus; then in November for another 300. And in March 2018 it also supported 300 Central Americans.

"These people do not really have enough information. Since they came to the border this movement has not had a leader, we do not know now who is heading them.

Right now we can see that there is no one in charge, different groups move with different people that encourage them to move to one place or another, but there is no leadership," he said.

And about the migrants he also noticed that they are confused as to how to enter the United States legally, which has aroused the anger of the citizens of Tijuana, including the authorities.

About the organization
   
Website:
Location:
Chicago, IL
Type:
Illegal Immigration Advocacy Organization
Founder:
Roberto Corona
Executive Director:
Emma Lozano

Founding
Elvira Arellano is listed as the president of La Familia Latina Unida. According to IRS filings, La Familia Latina Unida failed to file a Form 990 tax return for three consecutive years and had its 501(c)(4) tax exemption revoked in May 2017. Its current IRS tax status is unknown. However, the organization continues to operate as a nonprofit, according to filings with the Illinois Secretary of State.
In 1997, Arellano entered the U.S. illegally and was deported to Mexico by U.S. authorities. She successfully entered the country illegally again within days of her arrest, and lived three years in Oregon before moving to Chicago, where she was arrested in 2002 for working under a false Social Security number.  Following Arellano’s arrest, the Centro Sin Fronteras formed La Familia Latina Unida to protest her arrest; around this time, Arellano joined the Centro.  As of March 2017, Arellano has been granted a stay of deportation by a U.S. immigration court.

Arellano was sentenced to three years’ probation and ordered to appear before an immigration court in 2006; instead, Arellano fled to the Adalberto United Methodist Church in Chicago, where she was considered a fugitive from U.S. law. an style="font-size: 12.0pt; line-height: 115%;">Pueblo Sin Fronteras and La Familia Latina Unida formerly shared the same Chicago address (2716 W. Division St, Chicago, Illinois 60622), which is the same address as the Adalberto United Methodist Church Arellano sheltered in from U.S. immigration authorities.

61 comments:

  1. Wow.....thanx Chivis. Always another angle.

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    1. Sounds like that whole organization should be shut down one way or another.

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  2. Good article. Also

    The UN and billionaire globalist George Soros are the driving forces behind the massive migrant caravan marching to the U.S. southern border, according to reports.

    As with the previous caravan that sprung up last spring, the open borders group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, which is connected to Soros’ Open Society Foundation, is involved with organizing the caravan of 4,000, and the leader of the group was arrested Thursday for attacking Mexican immigration agents.

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    1. ...the UN and George Soros, you´ve had to much FOX my friend.
      It was just a small bunch of people who lied to em and lured em to the us-border. They tried play Donald but played those migrants instead.

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    2. Exactly finally some one with some knowledge knowing how things work in this world 100% agree my friend until thse assholes are stopped shit like this will continue to happen and that is facts and 100% TRUTH fuck the New World Order . VIVA LA REVOLUCION!!!!!! Y VIVA MEXICO CABRONES la guerra entre narcos es culpa de los pinches politicos y el gobierno mexicano and gobierno gringo.. para que sepan la verdad

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    3. I could not find proof that Soros DIRECTLY funded these groups, Pueblo Sin Fronteras and La Familia Latina Unida who shared the same Chicago address (2716 W. Division St, Chicago, Illinois 60622), which is the same address as the Adalberto United Methodist Church.

      However your statement that this is a small group of a few people is 100 false. They have a sister affiliation.
      They receive funds from multiple corporations through The Forum, whose contributors include The Ford Foundation, and Rockefeller Foundations. It is a catch all donation forum that is a way to shroud donations as direct foundations would. It is most likely the reason why this org did not file income tax as all 501C4 NP orgs are required to do, and as I do each year for mine. Their lack of filing cost the org their NP status. Which btw takes a couple of years and a mountain of paperwork.

      American Friends Service Committee seeks and takes donations on line and phone for the group. They have received several grants

      They have been affiliated with the Hispanic groups LULAC and “DREAMers”

      TO me it doesn’t matter who funds them as much as what their actions have been, what they promised the migrants, expenditures, and objective.

      What they have done bringing thousands of now displaced people to the U.S. border, spending countless millions in food, transportation to urge migrants along, costing mexico millions in medical and clean up, hundreds of missing migrants etc etc etc should be a crime.

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    4. Chivis: Great post, as usual. I checked out on some of the things you mentioned.
      From what I am learning, I stand by my "puppet masters" POV. Actually, George Soros may not have clear ideas of what other groups and people in them are doing with his billions. His grandiose visions may get corrupted when the money flows in incompetant or evil hands.

      I wonder if George Soros isn't a victim of too much money and loss of control to nefarious greedy other. ???
      Thanks Chivis!!!

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    5. Soros a victim? Laughable...

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  3. These people are filling all the "sicario's" job offers from all the people that have been murdered by the drug war between cartels how many killed in BC about that many emigrantsour here in Tj.what no concrete today.plato or promo.

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  4. It is being reported that Mexico has agreed with the United States that the caravan migrants will wait in Mexico as their asylum claims are being processed. And they thought things were bad in Central America.

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    1. Agreement? Rather, what's stipulated in the US constitution for asylum seekers.
      The US has to abide to the laws regardless of political views.
      The supreme court overturned Trumps attempt to halt any such measures to not grant asylum.
      A legal battle which the ACLU and other legal organizations are taking presidence.
      Funny thing is that despite the overturned decision of family separation. The Trump administration placed full responsibility to the ACLU to find and reunite families of those undocumented immigrants.Not government!

      E42

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    2. Your way off.. first the supreme court didnt over turn Trump. The ridiculously liberal 9th circuit in California ( of course ) did. And they will get over turned by the supreme court. As will Obamas catch and release executive order ( illegal by tge way ) will be null and void. Trumps abiding by the laws. Its the ILLEGALS who aren't. Get your facts straight before posting.

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  5. Have you even felt used? Like somebody or some organization encouraged you to do something or behave a certain way, and then when you did, they were no where to be seen and had left you in trouble?
    I have.
    Those who encourage others to protest should be on the front lines, not in the back, hiding behind the vunerables.

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  6. It was obvious that someone had told them they could come to the US... and it was also obvious that it was to annoy Trump. They didn't expect for Trump to take extreme measures, and they didn't expect for so many Mexicans to side with Trump on the issue. Lol! I really don't think they will be let in at all. They will remain in Mexico waiting for their cases to be revised. Let's see what TJ does about it... What a time to be alive, lmao

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  7. I find it incredibly hard to believe that this migrants coming in caravans would really think that the USA would just open its doors to them. Anyone with common sense would know that the political climate in the USA should not and will not allow this to happen. The USA should learn from the Marielito boatlift crisis in 1980 when Fidel Castro let the most undesirable people of his country flee to Florida. Among those Cuban refuges were some of Cuba's most hardened Tony Montana-type criminals.

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    1. Your life experience is different. they were fed a sack of BS by the NGO, read the post. they were told the org would help them fill out the paperwork in Tijuana, that they would get into the U.S. and it would be free of charge. yes in the group as the priest says were bad people, 5 to 7 hundred known. that is a big number. and they came with guns. BUT most people are hardworking hopefuls who were deceived. then abandoned. Mexico has offered help, jobs, medical etc. i wish an NGO would go in an offer transportation back to their home countries. I do that on a small scale in my foundation, and find that about 15-20% will go back if they had the money to go. but these people are much more desperate ... it is not an easy turn around. it is part bus and part train. airfare is too costly.

      it would be cost effective if the U.S. as a humanitarian gesture, one time only... funded their transport back. apx 5-700 airfare one way areomexico. Mexico probably would be happy to share cost

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    2. Mmm funny my responses dont make it in, i wonder why?

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    3. At 7:18 Seems to me like you forgot when they let 5,000 Italian immigrants seek asylum too so whats your point with these immigrants same shit happened with the Africans and jews and Muslims its all a government act to complete an agenda .

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    4. I’d gladly donate for transportation to take them back home. I’ll even do it if it’s not tax deductible.

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    5. How about Honduras pay for it?

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  8. The migrants are uneducated not understanding that you need to follow procedures in order to be granted asylum. Its sad that the people of tijuana have to put with this crap. Something should have been done in the beginning at the southern border of Mexico. All that confiscated drug money and the govt cant even build a wall to protect their own citizens..

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  9. BE RESPECTFUL IN making your point. or it will not get posted

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    1. Thx! Chivis. What a very fine report on the situation in TJ. Succinct, Truthful, knowledgeable and educational. Also, thx for slapping the disrespectful fingers of the ignorant. How refreshing to see that some people r getting it right. Can't find better reporting anywhere.

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    2. Thank you kind sir. I am all in for setting the stage for discussion on any otherwise sensitive, or potentially volatile subject. Learning/teaching moments=My passion

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  10. The democrats and liberals are behinds this caravan...I work for the cesar Chavez foundation in California central valley helping field workers..the point is , I was talking with members of pueblos unidos in a lulac meeting in Houston tx..they tried to get funding for all this low key chaos for 2020 democrat media ammo..post it or not...this is the honest truth.is all political.

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    1. Sure, what else u got? Lol you r so full of it, this does not help the democrats this helps to get more trump voters. Ches mentirosos. hahaha

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    2. Chavez was not exactly a fan of illegals- I'm surprised that Liberals in the USA did not know that Mexico is not really fond of people from Central and South America. They just put them all in the same bucket- and do not account for cultural differences.

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    3. Exactly right. Its ALL political. Democrat media will play the " oh these poor people being denied by racist Trump " crap again. Truth is Trumps right. You cant have uncontrolled illegal immigration. All these Pueblos Unidos orginizations and the ones like them are nothing more than the racist La Raza spawn offs. They are using innocent people to further the " cause ".

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    4. Everything is political!
      Life itself is political!

      Despite the perils of so many migrants and with no avail to gain asylum. Many from many political sides bear blame.

      1:Those migrant organizers for political purposes.
      2: Mexican authorities for not enforcing their own immigration policies and laws.
      3: US government for not budging to soften their stance on immigration policies and laws.

      For every action there is a reaction.

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    5. 8:38 yes, what you say is true. they are affiliated with LULAC read my comment about my research on this thread above at 1:43. thanks very much for weighing in.

      and 9:41 you should read more. it may turn out to help trump BUT it was never the intention of the movement.

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      I beg to differ, those orgs truly in it for the good of people are not political 501c3 and 501c4 should not be. there are many great orgs working in mexico and CA who stay away from politics in their work. I am one.

      the abandonment of the migrants by these low lifes shows it was never about "love" as Solalinde says but only about politics.

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    7. " the abandonment of the migrants "??? They are economic migrants who should do it legally. Your support for them illegally crossing borders is wrong chivis.

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    8. take your blinders off and pay attention 4:19. people like you find a few words that support your position and overlook all the important details of a conversation.

      I absolutely do not support illegal immigration for many reasons that I have commented about. But my sense of humanity does not vanish with my position. Trickery was used on these people and then the culprits disappeared for others to deal with the aftermath. that is wrong.

      either we help now or pay later. Desperate times desperate measures. Narco are there waiting to kidnap, force or recruit for their use. some will make it across by hook, crook or payment plan. there is no leading force to help these people. it is an opportunity to step in and help them return to their country.

      Yes, a tiny amount actually qualify for amnesty, and those people well know how the process works. these people are in fact economic migrants.

      You can stay on your side of black and white position and never improve or accomplish anything. It is not black and white, it is gray, complicated, and set in long outdated legislation.

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    9. Only it is black and white... you come illegally you get deported. Its really that simple. If the law was followed and ENFORCED this would end over night. But I agree with most of what you said. And I can stay with my view and still accomplish and improve things. They are not mutually exclusive.
      Respectfully disagree with you here. Much respect for your hard work.

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    10. @chivis I'm 838 , i have a Cuban friend that works deep inside democrat party territory and has years of government service inside the political movement and has so much valuable information, that I would love to introduce the man for a phone interview it would be shocking at the very least!!!let me know on how to get a hold of border beats office, all this off the record just purely investigative reporting to help those open up and see reality..

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  11. I know Ceasar Chavez helped end the Bracero program. He and other Mexican American political activists we're against undocumented workers at first. There was too much back lash amongst their supporters.

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    1. 641 I regret to inform you, that Chavez has left earth, many years ago. He was a great respected man, back in the era.

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  12. George Soros should be arrested. He is behind all of this.

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    1. Educate yourself and read accurate news. Please.

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  13. As is common with mass human behavior, things may start out in planned "rational" directions then something not factored in the plans, things go way off plans even into dangerous chaotic direction(s). This is known as the law of "unintended Consequences".

    Sometime corrective actions make matters worse ... like pouring gasoline on a fire. Masses of people often follow "born in the crowd" agent provocateurs who take advantage of the new realities. Mob mentality arises ... with the mob seemingly taking on a life of its own where no given individual is able to control it.

    I fear that the CA caravan is experiencing the unintended consequences process leading to scenarios nobody could have predicted. Probably only a few people saw far enough ahead to predict what might happen when the CA caravan invaded Mexico and masses of Mexicans reacted negatively.

    Now I await with dire apprehension for things to get further out of "rational" control if there is violence at the border. The media (Mexican, US, other) will play a big part in either quelling things or in actually making things worse. Rational decent people will be caught up in a mob mentality monster they will not be able to control except with extreme measures ... like new weapons of crowd control.

    I am a pessimist by nature . I could be wrong, but things are going to get real ugly soon. I hope I am wrong.

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  14. Quote that "the caravan brought polleros and armed persons", what's the difference there are already criminals with guns, before the caravan came.

    Luna Apaghta

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    1. Mayor and his big cover up,common Mexico, spend money on those visitors from Honduras.

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  15. I don’t like the fact that people are coming out against Central Americans. But I think what bothers me most is that people watch videos on Facebook and that’s how they come up with their opinions. Reminds me of Myanmar and how Facebook was used to spread hate against the Rohinga. Saw that on PBS Frontline, the Facebook episode.

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    1. Exactly, mi amigo. The media might produce propaganda "crap" for their own purposes that might act like gasoline to a fire.
      There is nothing we mere smucks can do about it. Things will spin out of rational control and (I fear) only extreme measures will quell what may come soon.
      IMO: the shit is going to hit the fan!

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    2. 11:59 - PBS and Frontline push their own political agendas. That's about as far left as you can go. As a side note, it shouldn't be funded by the government...

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  16. Send them the fuck back...and for every idiot who feels it is inhumane of the US to do so...state how many you are willing to house under your roof...pay for their food...clothes and education..it's easy it bitch and criticize.

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    1. I can clothes, feed, and house 5 of them at least. Them wanting to work is another deal. Not everyone can do manual work. Or they’re not willing to do it. I’m sure they’re gonna figure out soon enough that not everything will be just handouts. - Sol Prendido

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    2. Chivis,how did you let this idiot get through?

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    3. Spot on. If someone doesn't like it, then allow them to pay for all expenses of migrants to stay. Suddenly the most vocal will stfu

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    4. I could probably take 6 here. If I could, I would rent a house on the border and make food and keep water around. Just because they are human beings.

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  17. I agree that is was done to “provoke” trump. Also EPN ordered that the southern gate be opened to provide chaos and a humanitarian crisis for AMLO. It’s horrible that the migrants are being used as political pawns by both EPN and pueblos sin fronteras.

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  18. The politically motivated caravan, with dotted-line funding path from Pueblo sin Fronteras back to the Annenberg Foundation which is a known Soros front, will be the defining moment of the Trump presidency. We have all seen the MS13 members stacking signs in the pictures but the complicit media will only show the very few children who are being used as shields. You know we have our own people among them. POTUS knows what's really happening. But dealing with the reality will be a public relations custer-fluck. The organizers will line the children up in front and rush the border in numbers.

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    1. If such where to happen of rushing the border? They will be breaking the law and will be detained in that cage which so many migrants feel is unacceptable.

      Laws need to be respected.

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  19. Then they vote for the same failed socialist policies that ruined the country they fled from. Most Mexicans vote for it and its baffling. I know you will read this chivis and delete it but its the truth. And you know it.

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    1. you are an idiot, neoliberalism already impoverished the country, don't talk nonsense

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    2. The corrupt system couldn't exist without the ignorant and fickle voters. These people were most likely deceived for someone's sociopathic political agenda which is more deplorable than whatever their objective was (no doubt something against President Trump). These people were nothing but pawns in someone's chess game, and I truly feel sorry for the ones that met their end with the Zetas.

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  20. @chivis it is well known that george soros has his hands deep into politics. this guy had some influence when the market crashed many many years ago he crashed the pound but yet he got rich. he has an arrest warrant in his own country of birth i wonder why. He and many others behind the scenes are creating this migration crisis and exploiting it to its full extend all for political gain. in fact it shouldn't be called a migration crisis at this point bc the border has always had people from all over central america trying to cross over its just sad that these politics from both sides are exploiting this and screwing the people over

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  21. Thank you for your reporting, BB is the best for the grit in Mexico. When I heard about the caravan of asylum seekers from central america and the timing to the United States election, I was suspicious of a 'fake' help organization being run by the Repubs, knowing it would feed into their fear meme. This news suggests that may have not been far from the mark. Sad all around. All those 'soros', blah narratives got the wrong 'red pill', they bought xenophobia instead of human kindness. Solo mi dos centavos.

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  22. Somethings we may know. Trump will not back down. He squashed ISIS, no mention of that anywhere. El Chapo will get less than he deserves. Why don't the authority's tell youth the truth. All drugs legal or otherwise r fantastic. Particularly coke, heroin and meth. They only tell one side, that illegal drugs r bad for u and they muk u up real bad or kill you. What about the other side, they never mention, that they(drugs)make u feel like u r in heavan. Could b counter productive, but non the less the truth.

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