Category Archives: Guatemala

100 ISIS Terrorists Caught in Guatemala as Central American Caravan Heads to U.S.

In a startling revelation, Guatemala’s president announced in the country’s largest newspaper that nearly 100 ISIS terrorists have been apprehended in the impoverished Central American nation. Why should Americans care about this? A caravan of Central American migrants is making its way north. Let’s not forget that Guatemala is one of the countries that bombarded the U.S. with illegal immigrant minors under Barack Obama’s open border free-for-all. They came in droves from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala through the Mexican border and for years Uncle Sam rolled out the welcome mat offering housing, food, medical treatment and a free education.


Trump threatens to close southern U.S. border if Caravan isn’t halted

Trump posted several messages to Twitter Thursday addressing the 4,000+ member march of Guatemalan, Honduran and El Salvadoran nationals who intend to enter the United States. He reiterated his intention to stop aid payments to any countries that do not help to stop the invading horde and that he’s willing to use the military to close the southern border.


Surprise! Mexico, Central America hail Obama’s immigration reform

(Reuters) – Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto and Central American leaders hailed U.S. President Barack Obama’s sweeping immigration reforms on Friday, with the Mexican leader calling them the “most important measures taken in several decades.”

Obama’s plan, unveiled on Thursday, eases the threat of deportation for some 4.7 million immigrants who are in the United States without legal documents.

“This is an act of justice which recognizes the great contribution of millions of Mexicans to the development of our neighbor,” Pena Nieto told a conference in Mexico.

Most of the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States come from Mexico and Central America.

Leaders across Central America were also quick to praise Obama’s plan. But they urged U.S. lawmakers to approve a deeper reform to give lasting security to the millions of undocumented people in the United States.

“This temporary relief is a great step in the right direction from the United States to resolve the migratory issues of 11 million people, and so we urge Congress to permanently resolve their status by approving a deep immigration reform,” the office of Honduran President Juan Hernandez said in a statement on Friday.

More than a million Hondurans live in the United States, most of them illegally, the statement said, and the Obama plan “sends a powerful message of solidarity with Latin America.”

Guatemalan President Otto Perez also applauded the plan, saying it would benefit roughly 100,000 Guatemalans in the United States…