A political warning from Mexico.
Mexican Political analyst Eduardo Borunda wrote a column titled Arizona: anti-immigrant zone, he sums up his lengthy observations about the new immigration law in Arizona. With Mexico’s drug cartel problems, lack of employment opportunities for their own citizens, one has to question why many Mexican politicians are taking the time to monitor an illegal immigration law in another country rather than focus on improving the quality of life for the Mexican people. Here are some of Borunda’s findings;
“The Arizona law has as its objective to inhibit migration to the United States and protect the citizens of Arizona, but it provokes in its structure a racial problem and one of violating civil rights. President Barack Obama has in front of him the opportunity of changing the course of history or giving his back to millions of Latinos who gave him the vote to be the first president of color in the United States.
In conclusion, the topics of immigration, civil and human rights have a new direction in the United States and Mexico. No one can remain with arms crossed, neither the government of Barack Obama nor that of President Felipe Calderon. To remain inactive would cause other states to present similar bills and initiate a more difficult process in the relations between both countries. The commotion has electoral overtones. Will there be a cost at the polls for whoever governs with racial overtones? We await the results of November 2010.”
All of the human rights advocates are ignoring the real crime here. Everybody uses the illegal immigrant for their own agenda. Businesses exploit them with low wages and no benefits, government exploits them by allowing businesses to exploit them. Politician use them for votes. Their home countries want them to keep shipping back money. When will the immigrants wake up?
Go after the biggest companies that hire illegal workers. It would just take a few with $100,000.00 penalites per violation before they would stop hiring them. Eventually they would migrate back to their home countries. If our businesses truly need workers then they can sponsor them to come back on a temporary basis. They should house, feed, supply medical care etc. to their workers When their contract is up, they go back.
Otherwise, the US still practices slavery.