Why is Mexico calling for a boycott over Republican immigration policies?
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July 19, 2019 / By Opher Question:
Mexico’s foremost expert on immigration is calling on Mexicans to do whatever they can to stop Republicans from winning the White House next year, including a boycott of companies that donate to Republican candidates.
Jorge Bustamante, the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on the human rights of migrants and a sociology professor at the University of Notre Dame, this week called Republican Party policies on immigration “immoral.” Writing in the Mexico City daily Reforma, Bustamante said the Republican candidates share a in immigration stance that “lacks even the most minimum recognition of the demand for the Mexican migrant labor.”
He called on Mexicans to harness “the real power we have as consumers” to boycott big companies that do business in Mexico and fund Republican candidacies. Bustamante didn’t name any particular companies, but said “that is public information available to anyone with basic understanding of how to navigate the Internet.” http://www.statesman.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/austin/mexico/entries/2007/12/14/mexico_boycott_over_republican.html
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Layton | 7 days ago
I sure hope they organize more illegal alien marches and boycotts. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you! Wow these people are STUPID. However i want them to keep doing this!!!
It is more helpful than almost anyting else. Now let's get this straight shall we...We now have illegal aliens openly seeking to blackmail American elections so get more preferences for illegal criminal alien felons. Wow...!!!
As for illegal alien criminal felons staying out of stores and businesses...great isn't that the point we are all hoping to achieve?!!! Great work Jorge great idea please proceed with God Speed on your plan!!!
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Maybe someone needs to tell Bustamante that last time we checked it's Americans that voted not Mexicans. But then again how many Mexicans or other illegals manage to vote anyway. I have always said that Mexico is colonizing us one illegal at a time. I have not voted for the GOP since Nixon in 1972, but this time I am voting for the one what is against granting anything to the illegals except a one way ticket to their native country
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Well, maybe we can boycott products made in Mexico. Maybe ND should hire an American sociology prof and Jorge can teach at Tijuana U.
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illegal mexicans have no real power in America since they cannot vote. Go home to your own impoverished country and make it better. American politics in none of your business amigo. Go home and take care of your bambinos.
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Because illegals sending millions home western union is their main reason they want them here. It's all about money. Who cares what Mexico thinks of our laws?
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I never really understood why Mexico doesn't work on making their country better for their people, instead of trying to export all their people to the U.S..
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Originally Answered: How many you think it is time for America and Europe to reconsider their immigration policies?
I do believe that USA and Europe should have stricter immigration policies. Even if it is politically incorrect. People who have this opinion are bullied for it because its not fashionable right now. However, with time, it will become obvious that immigration on this scale is not good for the US or for Europe. The fact is that a high proportion of the immigrants are not educated and that many of them don't respect the culture of the countries they come into. This is not good for the host country. In some extreme cases, they want to destroy the host country. This is obviously a ludicrous thing to tolerate, however, even when there are people who want to destroy the host country, it is still considered politically incorrect to oppose immigration. I believe the tide will turn. This cannot go on forever. Unfortunately, when the tide does turn, it will be too late for the host countries. They will have dug their own grave, and there will be no one to help them then, even after they tried to be accommodating to other peoples.