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Trump admin lays out new plan to crack down on illegal immigration

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Feb 22nd, 2017 2:46 pm
I find it hilarious how the government chose Montreal as a sanctuary city. Probably the worst place possible. Quebecors (no offense if you are one) hate immigrants/refugees and now these refugees going to have to learn French and English instead of just English.
where is your source on Quebecor hates immigrants? I was not aware of this...
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US deportations fuel fears of gang violence in El Salvador
Salvadorans are worried that the threat of deportations by the US will see an influx of criminals into their impoverished Central American country. The region has been plagued by gang violence for decades, much of it originating in US cities.
Al Jazeera's Latin America Editor Lucia Newman reports from San Salvador.




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Mar 4th, 2017 7:08 pm
where is your source on Quebecor hates immigrants? I was not aware of this...
this was discussed in the 'Majority of Quebecers opposed to more immigration' thread
http://forums.redflagdeals.com/majority ... n-2084278/
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Fearing Trump crackdown, U.S. immigrants offered anti-deportation training

Called “know your rights” training, the sessions have been pushed by some groups as a way to prepare for a possible crackdown on illegal immigration under President Donald Trump.

https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017 ... ining.html
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Fearing Trump crackdown, U.S. immigrants offered anti-deportation training

Called “know your rights” training, the sessions have been pushed by some groups as a way to prepare for a possible crackdown on illegal immigration under President Donald Trump.

https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2017 ... ining.html
So ICE just needs to locate these training sessions now.
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Feb 23rd, 2017 8:01 am
"amnesty" for the "good" , deportation for the "bad" and then new "fixed" rules with the "huge" wall on the border ... Winking Face
That is basically what was proposed by both Democrats and Republicans before the election but they argued over the order in which to do it. The democrats immigration reform called for amnesty first then border tightening second. The Republicans rejected this because it would lead to a rush for the border during the amnesty period and instead suggested that border tightening should come first and amnesty second. The Dem's rejected this likely because the Dems want a rush for the border so amnesty can be granted to as many likely-to-vote democrat illegals as possible. Trump immigration plan (possibly election too) is a direct result of the dem's unwillingness to negotiate, not on the end goal of an immigration reform, but on the order that it should be carried out!
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If the democrats really wanted to allow for immigration amnesty they could have changed the laws to reflect it. Rather, they left the laws as they were and now blame the new administration for enforcing the law.
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Back to reality: Waves of US-deported Mexicans struggle to survive.
More undocumented migrants in the US are being targeted for deportation under President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown.
It could affect up to six million Mexicans living there.
But Mexico may not be ready for an influx of deportees returning home.
Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Mexico City.

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Mar 5th, 2017 2:41 pm
US deportations fuel fears of gang violence in El Salvador
Salvadorans are worried that the threat of deportations by the US will see an influx of criminals into their impoverished Central American country. The region has been plagued by gang violence for decades, much of it originating in US cities.
Al Jazeera's Latin America Editor Lucia Newman reports from San Salvador.







this was discussed in the 'Majority of Quebecers opposed to more immigration' thread
majority-quebecers-opposed-more-immigration-2084278/
We export goods and raw materials, El Salvador exports gangs. ;)

It's nothing more than xenophobic to not accept illegal violent gangs into the US, Damn you Trump!
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Mar 19th, 2017 1:42 pm
We export goods and raw materials, El Salvador exports gangs. ;)

It's nothing more than xenophobic to not accept illegal violent gangs into the US, Damn you Trump!
According to this article, Los Angeles-style gang culture was exported to them when El Salvadorans were deported en masse starting in the 1980s...

El Salvador: From Bloody Civil War to Devastating Criminal Violence
https://www.stratfor.com/analysis/el-sa ... l-violence

In 2015, El Salvador, with an alarming 104 homicides committed per 100,000 residents, was named the world's most violent country. It is a place with a long history of violence — from the Spanish incursion in the 16th century fiercely resisted by Pipil warriors to the military government's massacre of thousands of rural indigenous citizens in 1932. And then there was the civil war that raged between 1979 and 1992, killing an estimated 75,000 people in a country of just a few million. Today, El Salvador's legacy of violence is most evident in its gang culture, most notably perpetrated by Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, and the 18th Street Gang, or Calle 18. Both groups emerged from a migratory channel opened between the United States and El Salvador. Beginning in the 1980s, Washington gave thousands of El Salvadorans, largely from poor, rural areas, temporary protective status in the United States. But those migrants were given little support, and were deported en masse after the war ended. They took back with them Los Angeles-style gang culture and replicated it throughout major urban centers in El Salvador and eventually throughout Central America.

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