I guess this still includes the complementary rape the Central American women get as a traditional Mexican greeting.
At least they are not anti-Immigrant racists like Trump is, and no matter what happens, it’s still the white man’s fault [ed: see story – but for real entertainment, you have to see the Guardian’s comment section]
The Guardian reported that immigration activists say that Mexico’s National Institute of Migration (Instituto Nacional de Migracion in Spanish) (INM) is conducting itself “like an unchecked p0lice force” that is “systematically using torture against detainees.” [obviously they have not seen much of Mexico – that country runs on torture and oppression]
It also reported that native Mexicans are being detained and threatened with deportation as a result of an effort to crack down on illegal aliens migrating from Central America.
As part of that report, The Guardian cited Juan Menzez, a United Nations (UN) reporter who writes about torture. Mendez presented a report to the UN in March 2015 after touring Mexico. It reportedly revealed “beatings, electric shocks, suffocation, waterboarding, forced nudity and rape, as well as threats and insults.” At that time, it was reported that his account “links torture in Mexico to government efforts to combat the country’s drug cartels.”
The Guardian attributes the actions to slash immigration in Mexico to “be driven in part by political pressure and financial aid from the US.” The publication stated that President Barack Obama declared the surge of young illegal aliens in 2014 to be a “humanitarian crisis.”
Breitbart Texas Managing Editor Brandon Darby reported in June 2014 that he had obtained internal federal government photos depicting the conditions of unaccompanied alien children (UACs) being housed by authorities in the U.S. He wrote, “Thousands of illegal immigrants have overrun U.S. border security and their processing centers in Texas along the U.S./Mexico border. Unaccompanied minors, including young girls under the age of 12, are making the dangerous journey from Central America and Mexico, through cartel-controlled territories, and across the porous border onto U.S. soil.”
Eighteen-year-old Alberto was reported by The Guardian to have been placed in a room with four agents where he was tortured. He was allegedly told that unless he signed paperwork admitting that he was Guatemalan, he would be killed. He was quoted as saying, “One pushed me, another was kicking my leg, and a third who was very fat gave me an electric shock here, on the back of my right hand.”
He said, “I really thought I was going to die.”
His two sisters, Esther Juarez (15), and Amy (24) were with him on a bus traveling to another place in Mexico to work as seasonal workers when immigration agents got on the bus to do a check. The Juarez sisters are from a tiny community in Chiapas in the southern region of Mexico.
The immigration officers demanded that they show their immigration papers, when they did, they were accused of lying about their citizenship and carrying false papers. The girls were reportedly told that they were going to be deported to Guatemala. The girls, who speak a Mayan language and only a very little Spanish, were taken to an immigration center.