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          Mueren dos personas en un accidente de avioneta al norte de Guatemala      Comment   Translate Page      

El desplome de una avioneta al norte de Guatemala ocasionó este sábado la muerte de dos personas que tripulaban la aeronave, según informó el Ejército de Guatemala a través de sus redes sociales. Las Fuerzas de Tierra de la entidad castrense realizaron un seguimiento a un vuelo no identificado hasta llegar a una pista de […]

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          Verdades y rumores      Comment   Translate Page      

Apenas empieza el sol de verano a azotar La Laguna, y a la Cuarta Transformación ya le dio por generar "pánico de verano". Nuestros subagentes desmañanados nos informaron entre bostezos de aburrimiento y sueño que durante la mañanera de ayer el presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador anunció que los ciudadanos de los estados de Sonora y Baja California tendrán a partir de mayo un subsidio adicional en la tarifa de luz, pero más que aplausos para la Comisión Federal de Electricidad y las buenas intenciones del preciso, el anuncio generó dudas. En primer lugar, porque el subsidio es únicamente para dos estados; y en segundo lugar, porque no se entiende si ese subsidio no es el mismo que desde hace muchos años se conoce como subsidio de verano, lo que significaría que al jefazo de la Comisión Federal de Electricidad, Manuel Bartlett, se le volvió a caer el sistema, ahora de la información, y no le explicó bien a su jefe que no podía saludar con sombrero ajeno sobre todo después de salir con su domingo siete a los productores de carbón de Coahuila, muy a pesar de las promesas del senador de Morena Armando Guadiana y el superdelegado Reyes Flores sobre la compra del mineral en la entidad. El caso es que muchos ciudadanos se preguntan si no le dará a don Andrés Manuel por seguir empecinado en mandar puras malas ocurrencias, perdón, noticias para La Laguna, como cuando le dio por decir que promovería una cuenca lechera en el sur del país porque le preocupaba mucho la explotación de los mantos acuíferos en nuestra región.

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El caso es que mientras la CFE deja sin agua a miles de laguneros en ambos lados del Nazas, bajo el pretexto de que como las empresas municipales que distribuyen el agua no pagan su factura les tiene que cortar la luz y, como de costumbre, las consecuencias paga el ciudadano de a pie, ahora la paraestatal anuncia trato con guante blanco para dos estados del norte; y para evitarse la fatiga de andar explicando lo que el presidente quiso decir, tanto en el tema del subsidio como en el del carbón, de nueva cuenta don Reyes prefirió no atender a los medios y esconderse en lo que bajan las aguas. Bueno, aunque si en Coahuila la 4T cojea, en Durango ya se empieza a parar, al punto que incluso los beneficiarios del programa 68 y más, plantados durante horas en el Gimnasio Municipal Luis L. Vargas de Gómez Palacio, reclamaron a los encargados de la Secretaría del Malestar, perdón, Bienestar, luego de que les informaran que se habían quedado sin dinero y tendrían que esperar su mesada bimestral otro día, la molestia fue porque la mayoría de los adultos mayores se fueron a formar en sillas de ruedas, andadores y algunos con problemas de salud, dicen, que la cosa paso de gis a oscuro, cuando muchos empezaron a gritar que el desorden era tal, que estaban mejor con la anterior administración federal que ya es mucho decir, sin embargo, parece ser que quienes aprovecharon no el desorden en la entrega del programa, sino el momento electoral, fueron algunos líderes proselitistas que aún cobran en la nomina municipal, para trasmitir elocuentes y emotivos mensajes de "ya ven, con el PRI todo era mejor", algo que en lugar de capitalizar la inconformidad de los adultos, termino haciéndolos enojar aún más, con eso de que salieron de Guatemala para pasar a….

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De nueva cuenta la poca cordialidad que existe entre algunas autoridades del estado y el municipio quedó evidenciada esta semana por la tala de dos gigantescas palmas en el centro de Torreón, que se encontraban justo en el trayecto del Teleférico. Resulta que el pasado miércoles se reportó que estaban siendo retiradas dos palmas de unos 30 metros, con más de 40 años de antigüedad. Ante los señalamientos de ecocidio que varios medios y ciudadanos empezaron a señalar, el titular de Medio Ambiente de Torreón, Felipe Vallejo López, deslindó a su jefe don Jorge Zermeño, pero acusó directamente al subdirector del Teleférico, sí, no se asombre, estimado lector, el Teleférico tiene subdirector, Jorge Eduardo Maldonado, quien fuera secretario del ayuntamiento en los dos últimos meses la pasada administración priista de la ciudad. Vallejo López se "lavó las manos" diciendo que tenía información de que las enormes palmas fueron derribadas al considerarse un riesgo, pues obstruían la "vialidad" de las cabinas del Teleférico, pero esta acción no se hizo bajo ninguna solicitud. Ante la acusación, los encargados del transporte turístico se deslindaron y regresaron el dardo a las autoridades municipales, ya que aseguran que en ningún momento se realizó solicitud alguna ni se informó de riesgo de choque entre las cabinas y la palma, e incluso despolvaron las minutas de cada reunión sostenida con el Municipio referente a los trabajos de mantenimiento, donde lo único que se consigna es la solicitud de podar las palmas para evitar situaciones de peligro en tiempos de tolvaneras. Más tarde se subió al barco la regidora y presidenta de la comisión de Servicios Públicos en Torreón, Elizabeth Pérez Alemán, quien pidió a la Contraloría Municipal se investigue a fondo para que aclare la situación cuanto antes y solicitó los nombres de todos los involucrados en la situación, tanto de la dirección de Parques y Jardines como de Bomberos. En lo que la Contraloría encuentra a los responsables para imponerles las sanciones correspondientes, lo que sí es un hecho es que sin importar si hay o no justificación las autoridades se desgastan más tratando de balconearse que de coordinar las acciones que beneficien a los ciudadanos.

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Y donde sigue la mata dando es nada menos que en el ayuntamiento de Lerdo, donde el Director de Servicios Públicos, Luis Gerardo Mauricio Núñez, aplicó el refrán "más vale tuerto que ciego", pues nuestros subagentes, disfrazados de nieve Chepo, reportan que tratando de evitar a toda costa pasar a "vivir en el error" ante una posible alternancia en el municipio más verde de La Laguna, decidió jugársela apoyando con recursos municipales no solo al partido tricolor, sino también al de Movimiento Ciudadano para asegurar su continuidad como proveedor del ayuntamiento, donde semana tras semana en la dependencia a su cargo se facturan cantidades groseras con hartos ceros, además de las jugosas obras adjudicadas a sus tres empresas que le dejan altos dividendos, cantidades las cuales divide en dos para repartirlas tanto al Revolucionario Institucional como al Partido Naranja con el fin de verse beneficiado ya sea con melón o con sandía, siendo la gran incógnita si la alcaldesa María Luisa González Achem estará enterada de esta situación o le estará picando los ojos, lo cual suena más razonable, pues nuestros subagentes señalan que la artimaña aplicada por Mauricio Núñez contrasta con los despidos fulminantes aplicados en días anteriores a tres directores de la presidencia municipal por andar apoyando al PRI; ceses que fueron ordenados nada más y nada menos que por el "hijazo de la vidaza" de María Luisa, Samir Rivera González, quien en teoría ocuparía la segunda regiduría en la planilla del candidato por la alcaldía de Lerdo por el partido de Movimiento Ciudadano Felipe Sánchez, por lo que estaremos informando en qué termina todo este entramado en la ciudad jardín.

Más información en El Siglo de Torreón


          Russophobia, A WMD (Weapon Of Mass Deception)      Comment   Translate Page      

Authored by Jean Ranc via The Strategic Culture Foundation,

Russophobia, as psycho-social-political pathology, is diagnosed as a disorder in The West since before the 1000-year-old Roman-Orthodox religious schism and most recently manifested with a vengeance in the course of the 2013-14 with Edward Snowden’s revelations of mass surveillance by the US and its covert activities leading to the Ukraine coup with Russophobia used thereafter as a weapon of mass deception to inflame this latent pathology in the public.

After more than a year since we first heard the BBC “breaking news” about the “Russians Poisoning the Skipals”, all we have are allegations, but there is still no real evidence to present before a judge and jury for a just trial, only media propaganda which has provoked even more fear and hysteria meant to distract people from the government’s bungling and high level of anxiety over Brexit by once again blaming Russia. Never-the-less, it prompted politicians to administer instant sanctions against Russia as punishment. That first day, the "evidence", presented in the usual clipped, "authoritative" British accents, included interviews with a conservative British MP, then the former US Ambassador to Russia, Alexander Vershbow (2001-05), now with the notoriously hawkish US-based think tank, the Atlantic Council. Thus, the three of them: the BBC “journalist” and the two “experts”, colluded to transform false allegations into "facts"... fueled, as always, by their perpetual prejudice, RUSSOPHOBIA, in the course of their propaganda war to force Russia to surrender to American-led Western Domination or else: have their economy destroyed & their people suffer. Indeed, it is a threat to the whole world played to the discord of rattling nuclear swords with a chorus of vindictive Russian oligarchs, whom Putin expelled for robbing the Russian people. So, now living in London as expats, they would seem to be the more likely culprits. All the while elsewhere in London, thanks to our “special US-UK relationship”, Julian Assange has been excommunicated and imprisoned in a tiny “cell” at the Ecuador embassy for revealing embarrassing American secrets via Wikileaks.

There we have it: the poisoning of our minds by the media and politicians which are owned and controlled by the US-UK-EU 1%, who benefit from Western Hegemony. So, these deluded few are now desperately defending it from the rising powers led by Russia and China with India not far behind demanding a multi-polar, democratic world order.

My search for the roots of this particularly vicious and extremely dangerous hate campaign began in a Dartmouth College Russian Foreign Policy course, which led me to the book, “Russophobia: Anti-Russian Lobby and American Foreign Policy” by San Francisco State University Professor Andrei P. Tsygankov (2009). And there, the detoxification of my mind began as I studied his deft, well-documented deconstruction of the political propaganda disseminated “by various think tanks, congressional testimonials, activities of NGOs and the media” (preface p. XIII)

Then in Italy the following winter, I discovered the work of the Swiss journalist, Guy Mettan, in the Italian geopolitical journal, LiMes: an excerpt from his book, “Creating Russophobia: From the Great Religious Schism to Anti-Putin Hysteria” (2017). There, Mettan informs us that this psycho-social pathology in Western Civilization” goes back more than 1000 years: to the division of Christendom between the Orthodox and Roman churches. Indeed, his research into the depths of history confirms the diagnosis by our renowned American psychiatrist, Robert Jay Lifton, in his 2003 book, “Superpower Syndrome: America’s Apocalyptic Confrontation with the World”. Therein, Lifton states: “More than merely dominate, the American superpower now seeks to control history. Such cosmic ambition is accompanied by an equally vast sense of entitlement, of special dispensation to pursue its aims.” (p.3) And Mettan’s analysis of Russophobia also underscores the work of University of Chicago Professor John J. Mearsheimer, our leading international relations “realist” in his three Henry L. Stimson lectures at Yale University November 2017: “The Roots of Liberal Hegemony”, “The False Promises of Liberal Hegemony” and “The Case for Restraint”: with his book, “The Great Delusion: Liberal Dreams, International Realities” published in 2018.

But what about “Russian Aggression” in Ukraine & Crimea?

In the first place, it was the astute Mearsheimer, who, in the Sept-Oct 2014 Foreign Affairs, informed us “Why the Ukraine Crisis is the West’s Fault: The Liberal Delusions That Provoked Putin” (pp 77-89), but the American foreign policy establishment, together with ambitious politicians and the me-too media, paid no heed and continues to repeat its fabricated “facts”.

Never-the-less, Mearsheimer is backed up by Richard Sakwa, Professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent. In Sakwa’s book, “Russia Against the Rest: The Post-Cold War Crisis of World Order”, 2017, we turn to the section on “Reality Wars and American Power” on p. 217 to read: “It does indeed seem that Russia and Western elites live in totally different worlds, divided by different epistemological understandings of the nature of contemporary reality. The Ukraine crisis crystallized the profound differences between Russian and Atlanticist understandings of the breakdown and its causes.” And he continues on p. 218: “Elite and policy-maker perceptions and attitudes forged in the Cold War years sustain these legacies and frame the discussions of such crucial issues as NATO enlargement, democracy promotion in the post-Soviet area, and strategic arms talks.” Adding that these “are no longer so much legacies as self-regenerating narratives and modes of discourse that preclude a more open-ended understanding of the dynamics and concerns of Russia today.”

Karl Rove: “We’re an empire now; we create our own reality.”

[In 2004, journalist Ron Suskind wrote in The New York Times magazine that a top White House strategist for President George W. Bush—identified later as Karl Rove, Bush’s Deputy White House Chief of Staff—told him, “We’re an empire now, we create our own reality.”]

Thus, we’ve become trapped in a contrived “reality” promulgated by neo-conservative warriors under cover of neo-liberal “democracy-spreading-humanitarian-interventionists” to justify an American Empire promoting itself as the indispensable “Liberal World Order”. However, under that global order, as Sakwa points out on p. 219: “If a foreign power is considered to have violated ‘international order’, then it can be overthrown” as a rationale for American “regime change” anywhere around the world: whether to control the supply of copper in Chile or oil in Iran. And, with its eye on Russia’s vast oil, gas and other natural resources, America claims the right to threaten Russia by ringing it with weapons which we would not abide were the Russians to place missiles in Mexico…as the Soviets did in Cuba to defend it after our “Bay of Pigs” invasion that brought humanity to the brink of nuclear war. Thus, Russia was defending itself in Ukraine against further NATO expansion while Crimean citizens, by majority vote in a democratic referendum, chose to rejoin Russia as they had been one country ever since Catherine the Great…except for an interval in the '50s when Crimea was” gifted” to Ukraine while they were all members of the Soviet Union.

“Ditching Solzhenitsyn, Defender of Russia”

And not to forget that in 1974, after being expelled from the Soviet Union, Alexandr Solzhenitsyn and his family fled first to Zurich then to Vermont in 1976 and lived on a farm near Cavendish, where he continued to write and publish his work. Meanwhile, Mettan, as a journalist covering events related to Russia, became quite distressed over "the widespread prejudices, cartloads of clichés and systematic anti-Russian biases of most western media." And he went on to say that “the more I traveled, discussed and read, the wider I perceived, the more the gap of incomprehension and ignorance between Western Europe and Russia became evident. 

"That was why, during the 1990s, I was shocked by the way the West treated Solzhenitsyn. For decades, we had published, celebrated, and acclaimed the great writer as bearing the torch of anti-Soviet dissidence. We had praised Solzhenitsyn to the skies as long as he criticized his native country, communist Russia. But as soon as he emigrated, realizing that he preferred to isolate himself in his Vermont retreat to work rather than attending anticommunist conferences, western media and academics began to distance themselves from the great writer.

"The idol no longer matched the image they had built and was becoming a hindrance to their academic and journalistic career plans. And once Solzhenitsyn had left the United States to go back to Russia and defend his humiliated, demoralized motherland that was being sold at auction, raising his voice against the Russian 'Westernizers' and pluralist liberals who denied the interests of Russia to better revel in the troughs of capitalism, he became a marked man, an outdated, senile writer, even though he himself had not changed in the least, denouncing with the same vigor the defects of market totalitarianism as those of communist totalitarianism.

"He was booed, despised, his name was dragged through the mud for his choices, often by the very people who had praised his first fights. Despite that, against all odds, against the most powerful powers that were trying to dissuade him, Solzhenitsyn defended his one and only cause, that of Russia. He was not forgiven for having turned his pen against that West that had welcomed him and felt it was owed eternal gratitude. A dissident today, a dissident wherever truth compelled, such was his motto. This deserves to be remembered." Mettan, pp. 15-16 in “Creating Russophobia”.

Russophobia: akin to Racism

From another perspective: Mettan’s chapter on "German Russophobia" set me thinking that this "Western Supremacy" political-cultural pathology known as Russophobia is like the racism which I knew growing up in totally segregated Oklahoma. Until in high school, I became so perplexed and appalled by the curtain of hate and “justifications” in which we were smothered: the Negro schools on the other side of town? and why were there separate waiting rooms, drinking fountains & restrooms in bus and train stations?...that I began poking holes in the curtain to see what was outside...and found a book in the library: "South of Freedom" by Carl Rowan, an African-American Minneapolis Star Tribune journalist, describing his journey from South to North. So, thanks to what I learned from Rowan, I began to tear the whole damned curtain down...at least in my mind.

Whom the Gods would destroy, they first drive mad?

So, here’s a Swiss journalist punching a hole in this wall of Russophobic Western Supremacy… and through that gaping hole, we are reminded that the Russians are Europe’s neighbors who sacrificed more than 26 million of their own lives to save Europe, America and Russia from the Nazis. These are not poor "niggers" from the Eurasian ghetto we've been trying to club into submission as second-class citizens of “The Liberal World Order” dominated by US; they're nuclear-armed and no longer willing to sit at a separate, inferior table with no vote and no voice over who makes the rules...nor are China, India and Brazil. And last year, while the wave of Russophobic hysteria over alleged “Russian poisoning” was rolling out of the UK and engulfing the Western world in the latest siege of mass madness…with only Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the British Labor party, having the courage to stand up in Parliament on the Ides of March and demand Evidence! only to be pilloried by the mindless politicians and media…led by the once esteemed BBC. And the week following the August 7, 2018 Trump-Putin Helsinki summit, will surely go down in psychiatric circles as another case of mass media-political delusions led by cheer-leader-in-chief, Rachel Maddow of MSNBC.

Meanwhile, not to forget that it was Hearst newspaper propaganda that whipped the American public into a war frenzy to support our first step in empire-building: our 1898 intervention in Cuba’s war for independence from the Spanish Empire which had dominated all of Latin America for 500 years. As the former NYTimes journalist/bureau chief in Istanbul, Berlin & Central America, Stephen Kinzer reminds us in his latest book "The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire", Twain, Booker T. Washington and even Andrew Carnegie leading a handful of other anti-imperialists...were not able to prevail against Roosevelt with his Rough Riders and the Hearst newspapers’ war propaganda.

Regime Change Comes Home

Never-the-less, after a very long run of American “regime change” abroad leaving a bloody trail of destruction, dictatorships and chaos from Iran in 1953, when we joined with the British to overthrow the democratically-elected President Mohammad Mossadegh to maintain the Brit-US control of its oil…on through Guatemala, Vietnam and Chile…to name a few of our interventions…we were back for a second round with “coalitions of the willing” or not? in the Middle East where our regime-change machine managed to plow its way through Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya…before breaking down in Syria. Until now it’s been brought home again, renovated and renamed “RussiaGate” for another attempt at removing a President for trying to mend US relations with Russia. Though even after more than a year of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller’s investigations accompanied by such cinematic support as the movie, “Felt”, another “Watergate” re-run. Did anyone else notice the resemblance between “Felt” and Mueller? And despite the media’s commemoration of its 44-year-old “moment of courage” with the movie “The Post” to promote Trump’s ouster, our democratically-elected President, as of this writing, remains in power. However, in this rush to “regime change”, didn’t the our “ruling elite” read Jane Mayer’s “The Danger of President Pence” in the 10/23/17 New Yorker? At least the 70s' “ruling class” was smart enough to remove an unqualified Vice President Spiro (who?) Agnew…before “regime changing” Nixon and replacing him with the more or less benign Gerald Ford.

A Florentine Epiphany

But back to last January in Florence, Italy, when I was hiking in the hills beyond the Piazzale Michelangelo, with its spectacular view of that Renaissance city and its centerpiece, the Duomo, I came across the Villa Galileo, which had been his last home after his trial as a “heretic”, during which to save himself from torture and execution, he was forced to deny his helio-centric vision and henceforth lived under “villa arrest”, from 1631 until his natural death in 1642. While pondering his fate, I continued walking along the gently rising, ever-narrowing road between ancient stone walls overlooking villas and olive groves until I reached the peak, where I felt as if I were standing on top of the world as I contemplated both the Arno and Ema river valleys far below and where I swear I heard Galileo declare: “The world does not turn on an American axis!”

The 21st Century Inquisition

So how is it that we now have contemporary Inquisitors persecuting so many truth tellers…such as Edward Snowden, our electronic age “Solzhenitsyn?” in Russian exile; Chelsea Manning, imprisoned some 7 years for revealing US brutality in Iraq; Julian Assange confined to his Ecuadorian Embassy exile in London since August 2012; Katharine Gun, a whistleblower attempting to stop the Iraq invasion, who faced 2 years of British imprisonment before her case was dropped; James Risen, former New York Times journalist who was persecuted by our “justice” system for revealing our government’s surveillance of US!

Any Good Sense Left?

So, do we the people have enough good sense & independent thinking left to follow the advice of Henry David Thoreau?

“Let us settle ourselves, and work and wedge our feet downward through the mud and slush of opinion, and prejudice, and tradition, and delusion, and appearance, that alluvion which covers the globe, through Paris and London, through New York and Boston and Concord, through church and state, through poetry and philosophy and religion, till we come to a hard bottom and rocks in place, which we can call reality.”   

“Walden” 1854

If not, the Doctor prescribes Shock Therapy:

For a week, a month, or however long it takes to cleanse and open the mind, one must adhere to strict abstinence from Mainstream Media propaganda, junk news, pseudo analysis, fake photos, TV & videos including absolutely NO phony “for, by & of the people” NPR, PBS, BBC or other Government-funded Neo or LibCon Imperial tranquilizer.


          'Hostile And Aggressive' Migrants Break Through Border Into Southern Mexico, Join US-Bound Caravan      Comment   Translate Page      

A group of around 350 Central American migrants broke the locks on a gate at the Guatemala-Mexico border, forcing their way into Mexico to join a larger caravan of 2,000 or so migrants headed towards the United States, AP reports. 

According to the National Immigration Institute, the migrants were acting in a "hostile" and " aggressive" manner - and said that they were attacking local police in the Mexican village of Metapa near the city of Tapachula. 

The incident echoed a similar confrontation on the same border bridge between Mexico and Guatemala last year. 

Migrants breach Guatemala-Mexico border in October, 2018

Several groups of migrants in the southern border state of Chipas have expressed frustration at Mexico's cold attitude towards them, as they have been slowed or stopped during their northbound journey, according to AP

A group of several hundred Cuban, African and Central American migrants have been waiting at the immigration offices in Tapachula for documents that would allow them to travel to the U.S. border, where most plan to request asylum.

Some members of that group have scuffled with immigration authorities and broken windows at the offices in recent days, accusing officials of making them wait too long for papers. -AP

One group of Central American and Cuban migrants estimated at 2,500 strong have been stuck for at least a week in the Chipas town of Mapastepec, north-west of Tapachula. 


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          Behatolt Mexikóba egy újabb, az Egyesült Államokba tartó migránscsoport      Comment   Translate Page      
Egy újabb, több száz fős migránscsoport hatolt be pénteken Guatemalából Mexikóba, a csoport tagjai egy határkaput áttörve, egy hídon keresztül léptek be, és csatlakoztak egy nagyobb létszámú, szintén az Egyesült Államokba tartó csoporthoz – közölték a mexikói hatóságok szombaton. A mexikói bevándorlási hivatal a szóban forgó mintegy 350 menekült állampolgárságáról nem mondott semmit, de a […]
          Uno de los 4 migrantes hondureños atacados en Guatemala tiene muerte cerebral      Comment   Translate Page      

La Prensa

Ciudad de Guatemala, GuatemalaUno de los cuatro migrantes hondureños que fueron atacados con arma de fuego en Guatemala tiene muerte cerebral, indicó este sábado la comunicación oficial del Hospital General San Juan de Dios.

Se trata de Evin Javier M.

C.

, de 19 años, quien, por la gravedad de las dos heridas en el cráneo resultó con "muerte cerebral y tendrán que realizar otros estudios", explicó la portavoz del centro asistencial, el segundo más grande del país, Claudia Benavente.

Él era uno de los dos migrantes en peor estado, mientras que José Andrés O.

P.

, de 24 años, que tuvo "una complicación de la presión arterial" después de la operación del jueves por la noche, "se encuentra estable" y "controlado", detalló Benavente.

Además, un menor de 16 años ya fue dado de alta, luego de que, junto a otro hondureño de 23 años, Raúl Saúl P.

, se le practicó "procedimientos de lavado" y se le colocó "canales por las lesiones óseas provocadas por las balas".

Raúl, mientras tanto, se encuentra "estable" y aún no se la ha dado el egreso respectivo, indicó la portavoz.

Los cuatro migrantes hondureños fueron atacados con arma de fuego el pasado jueves por una ráfaga de disparos propinados por un grupo de personas que iba dentro de un vehículo y que se dieron a la fuga, en las inmediaciones del Anillo Periférico, frente a la Colonia 4 de Febrero, en la zona 7 de Ciudad de Guatemala.

Centenares de hondureños, en su mayoría hombres y mujeres jóvenes, con muchos niños, siguen abandonando su país desde el pasado jueves con la idea de llegar a Estados Unidos y la esperanza de acabar con la situación de desempleo e inseguridad que sufre Honduras.

Esta es al menos la cuarta caravana de migrantes que sale del Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica, una de las zonas más pobres y violentas formada por Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador, desde el pasado octubre a pesar de las amenazas reiteradas del presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump.

De hecho, a finales de marzo el Gobierno estadounidense anunció que retiraría la asistencia económica a los países del Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica por "no hacer nada" y permitir la formación de caravanas de migrantes que tienen como objetivo llegar a Estados Unidos.

Ante esta decisión, días después los Gobiernos de los tres países se comprometieron a investigar a las organizaciones que se dedican al tráfico ilícito de inmigrantes hacia Estados Unidos y pidieron a los padres de familia "evitar exponer a sus hijos a los riesgos que comprende el trayecto migratorio irregular".

Un total de 196.

061 migrantes del Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica fueron deportados desde Estados Unidos y México durante 2018, lo que representa un aumento del 37,9 por ciento más que el año anterior.

EFE


          Migrantes de caravana viajarán en 45 buses desde Tapachula a Ciudad de México      Comment   Translate Page      

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México.

La caravana migrante que llegó el viernes a México, saldrá en la madrugada del domingo desde Tapachula, Chiapas, hacia la Ciudad de México.

Al llegar a la capital mexicana, el grupo de migrantes (en su mayoría integrado por hondureños) solicitarán salvoconductos para poder transitar libremente por territorio azteca y así llegar, sin ningún impedimento, hasta la frontera con Estados Unidos.

Lea: Dos de los 4 hondureños heridos en un ataque en Guatemala están gravesSegún informó el diario El Heraldo de México, unos 2,300 migrantes viajarán en 45 buses que saldrán desde el municipio fronterizo de Huixtla.

Esta nueva caravana, la tercera que sale de Honduras y que según cifras no oficiales está conformada por al menos 2,000 personas, inició su recorrido el pasado miércoles, de la ciudad de San Pedro Sula, y su paso se le han unido salvadoreños y guatemaltecos.

Al grupo de migrantes que llegó a México se unirán otro gran número de cubanos que se encuentran varados en Tapachula.

Los éxodos masivos de migrantes hondureños, a los que se han unido guatemaltecos y salvadoreños, han provocado el malestar de Estados Unidos.

El presidente Donald Trump inició un proceso para retirar la ayuda financiera a Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador por no evitar la salida de caravanas.


          Guatemala CCO event teaches obedience to God’s call      Comment   Translate Page      

Nearly 30 participants from Guatemala and El Salvador attended a cross-cultural orientation that encouraged them to listen to God’s voice and be obedient to His call.


          Alerta: Cambio climático en un país altamente vulnerable      Comment   Translate Page      
Por Denis Aguilar daguilar@lahora.com.gt. Para Erwin Castellanos la sequía puede ser la gota que rebalsa el vaso para migrar. Expertos han indicado que los efectos del cambio climático ya se están viviendo en Guatemala, y se manifiestan en diversos ámbitos, uno de ellos la agricultura, al grado que....
          Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo Defends Aid Cuts To Central America      Comment   Translate Page      
Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was on Capitol Hill today defending the Trump administration's decision to cut aid to Central America. Pompeo tried to convince lawmakers that money to Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras should be withheld until those countries do more to stop their citizens from coming to the U.S. Some lawmakers said that is backwards thinking, as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. MICHELE KELEMEN, BYLINE: The ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Robert Menendez, says U.S. aid to Central America is meant to address the root causes of migration. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) ROBERT MENENDEZ: Why are people fleeing? They're fleeing because of violent crime. Their choice is stay or die or flee and have a chance at living. Or stay and see my daughter raped or stay and see my son forcibly put into a gang. We need to fight at the very essence of that. And the very essence of that is not at our
          4/14/2019: WORLD: Hundreds push past police to enter Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      

Mexican authorities say a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a gate at the Guatemalan border yesterday and forced their way into southern Mexico to join a larger group of migrants trying to make their way toward the United States. The...
          Guatemalan part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Echinometra vanbrunti A. Agassiz, 1863      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Conferencias sobre Teología del cuerpo en Guatemala      Comment   Translate Page      

Los días 26 y 27 de marzo, Evangelizadores de Tiempo Completo de Guatemala realizaron una actividad de evangelización para adolescentes, jóvenes, adultos y matrimonios de la localidad. La dinámica consistió en dos charlas impartidas por el conferencista y mago, Andrés O’ Hagan, sobre teología del cuerpo. La primera plática, dirigida a adolescentes y jóvenes, se...

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          Uno de los 4 migrantes hondureños atacados en Guatemala tiene muerte cerebral      Comment   Translate Page      

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Ciudad de Guatemala, GuatemalaUno de los cuatro migrantes hondureños que fueron atacados con arma de fuego en Guatemala tiene muerte cerebral, indicó este sábado la comunicación oficial del Hospital General San Juan de Dios.

Se trata de Evin Javier M.

C.

, de 19 años, quien, por la gravedad de las dos heridas en el cráneo resultó con "muerte cerebral y tendrán que realizar otros estudios", explicó la portavoz del centro asistencial, el segundo más grande del país, Claudia Benavente.

Él era uno de los dos migrantes en peor estado, mientras que José Andrés O.

P.

, de 24 años, que tuvo "una complicación de la presión arterial" después de la operación del jueves por la noche, "se encuentra estable" y "controlado", detalló Benavente.

Además, un menor de 16 años ya fue dado de alta, luego de que, junto a otro hondureño de 23 años, Raúl Saúl P.

, se le practicó "procedimientos de lavado" y se le colocó "canales por las lesiones óseas provocadas por las balas".

Raúl, mientras tanto, se encuentra "estable" y aún no se la ha dado el egreso respectivo, indicó la portavoz.

Los cuatro migrantes hondureños fueron atacados con arma de fuego el pasado jueves por una ráfaga de disparos propinados por un grupo de personas que iba dentro de un vehículo y que se dieron a la fuga, en las inmediaciones del Anillo Periférico, frente a la Colonia 4 de Febrero, en la zona 7 de Ciudad de Guatemala.

Centenares de hondureños, en su mayoría hombres y mujeres jóvenes, con muchos niños, siguen abandonando su país desde el pasado jueves con la idea de llegar a Estados Unidos y la esperanza de acabar con la situación de desempleo e inseguridad que sufre Honduras.

Esta es al menos la cuarta caravana de migrantes que sale del Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica, una de las zonas más pobres y violentas formada por Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador, desde el pasado octubre a pesar de las amenazas reiteradas del presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump.

De hecho, a finales de marzo el Gobierno estadounidense anunció que retiraría la asistencia económica a los países del Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica por "no hacer nada" y permitir la formación de caravanas de migrantes que tienen como objetivo llegar a Estados Unidos.

Ante esta decisión, días después los Gobiernos de los tres países se comprometieron a investigar a las organizaciones que se dedican al tráfico ilícito de inmigrantes hacia Estados Unidos y pidieron a los padres de familia "evitar exponer a sus hijos a los riesgos que comprende el trayecto migratorio irregular".

Un total de 196.

061 migrantes del Triángulo Norte de Centroamérica fueron deportados desde Estados Unidos y México durante 2018, lo que representa un aumento del 37,9 por ciento más que el año anterior.

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          Migrantes de caravana viajarán en 45 buses desde Tapachula a Ciudad de México      Comment   Translate Page      

La Prensa

México.

La caravana migrante que llegó el viernes a México, saldrá en la madrugada del domingo desde Tapachula, Chiapas, hacia la Ciudad de México.

Al llegar a la capital mexicana, el grupo de migrantes (en su mayoría integrado por hondureños) solicitarán salvoconductos para poder transitar libremente por territorio azteca y así llegar, sin ningún impedimento, hasta la frontera con Estados Unidos.

Lea: Dos de los 4 hondureños heridos en un ataque en Guatemala están gravesSegún informó el diario El Heraldo de México, unos 2,300 migrantes viajarán en 45 buses que saldrán desde el municipio fronterizo de Huixtla.

Esta nueva caravana, la tercera que sale de Honduras y que según cifras no oficiales está conformada por al menos 2,000 personas, inició su recorrido el pasado miércoles, de la ciudad de San Pedro Sula, y su paso se le han unido salvadoreños y guatemaltecos.

Al grupo de migrantes que llegó a México se unirán otro gran número de cubanos que se encuentran varados en Tapachula.

Los éxodos masivos de migrantes hondureños, a los que se han unido guatemaltecos y salvadoreños, han provocado el malestar de Estados Unidos.

El presidente Donald Trump inició un proceso para retirar la ayuda financiera a Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador por no evitar la salida de caravanas.


          Deportivo Sanarate vs Maglódi, Apr 14, 2019 – Preview, Where to Watch, Score      Comment   Translate Page      
Guatemala Liga Nacional, Sanarate – Maglódi, Sunday, 1:00 pm ET Score, Highlights Probability of winning Sanarate 36.94% Draw 27.23% Maglódi 35.83% Short Preview Sanarate is in bad shape now (in the last 5 games wins – 1). Recent matches Maglódi is playing uncertain (in the last 5 games wins – 2). Maglódi could have advantage…
          Migrants break border gate, force their way into Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
Mexican authorities said a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a gate at the Guatemalan border on Friday and forced their way into southern Mexico to join a larger group of migrants trying to make their way toward the United States.
          Un estudio sugiere que los escultores prehispánicos de Monte Alto conocían las propiedades magnéticas de las rocas      Comment   Translate Page      

Unos 150 km al sureste, en el antiguo centro ceremonial de Monte Alto en Guatemala, se encontraron posteriormente esculturas mucho más primitivas que pueden ser datadas con precisión hacia el año 2000 a.C. Son las famosas cabezas y barrigones, pertenecientes a la cultura de Monte Alto, una de las más antiguas de Mesoamérica y probablemente anterior a la cultura olmeca.

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          Guatemalan Ikat Corte Fabric Coral -3.5 yards long x 36 inches wide by Spanglishfabrics      Comment   Translate Page      

51.00 USD

This fabric is 36 inches wide and 126-inches long. It is sold as one solid piece. It is a beautifully woven vintage piece. It is 100% cotton. This piece was woven to make a skirt for a Mayan woman. It is a gently worn textile, but is in great shape. It would be great for any apparel project. It would also make a really comfy baby carrier. Pillow covers would be great made from this fabric as well. The last picture is of a Mayan woman in her huipil and corte skirt.

In Guatemala the women wear rectangular panels of fabric as skirts. The fabric is hand-woven on a foot loom. It can be between 4 and 7 yards long. They then sew the ends together to form a tube shape that the wrap around themselves making a skirt. Sometimes narrow panels are sewn together and the seam is hidden by embroidery work which is called a “randa.” The woman steps into the skirt and wraps it around herself and ties it at the top with a hand woven belt. Some villages have a system of pleating or gathering the fabric and some just wear the skirt straight.
The corte that has a design woven into it is done by a method called “jaspe.” In English we call it “ikat.” It is done by weaving with threads that have been tie-dyed to make the pattern. The patterns are incredible. Traditionally, each pueblo had its corte just like it had its guipil (traditional blouse). The corte is normally made of cotton and now days a lot of it has metallic threads running through it. A lot of the corte fabric comes from the towns of Salcaja and Totonicapan. Some towns, of course, have weavers who also make their town’s corte.

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          Migrants Break Guatemalan Border Gate, Force Their way Into Southern Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
The group of 350 migrants joined a larger group of about 2,000 migrants who are in the latest caravan to enter Mexico.
          Press Releases: Interview With Gesell Tobias of VOA Spanish      Comment   Translate Page      
Interview
Michael R. Pompeo
Secretary of State
Asuncion, Paraguay
April 13, 2019


QUESTION: Thank you, Secretary Pompeo, for another time, another opportunity to talk to you.

SECRETARY POMPEO: It’s great to be with you again.

QUESTION: Thank you. Let’s begin with one of the hottest topics, Venezuela. This is one of the topics you have been talking about for quite a long time already, and I would like to know how you can explain to the Venezuelan people who is the real president. We take into consideration that some Venezuelans still pay taxes to the government of Nicolas Maduro. If a government, a foreign government, needs to help their own citizens living in Venezuela, they need to get in contact with Maduro’s officers. How can we explain that to the Venezuelan people?

SECRETARY POMPEO: That’s a great and important question. The Venezuelan people have spoken. The sham election that gave Maduro the pretend authority that he has – the world has recognized. There are now 54 countries in addition to the people of Venezuela who recognize that Maduro is not a legitimate leader. He still has control of elements of power, to be sure, but the people have spoken; we know what they want.

Maduro and his henchmen have destroyed this nation. The Venezuelan people can see that very plainly. It’s why they didn’t want him back. They gave power to the National Assembly, now Juan Guaido, in a way that will ultimately deliver true democracy and prosperity back to Venezuela.

You know the history. This is a rich nation, a wealthy nation, a nation of people who are industrious and are prepared to work very, very hard. What they need is a leader who is prepared to help them, not be corrupt, not turn over power to the Cubans, and demand interventions to save them by the Russians. The new leadership will do that, and the United States stands ready to support not only the Venezuelan people but all of the countries in this region – we’re sitting here today in Paraguay – the countries of this region who recognize the same.

QUESTION: What about if Maduro continues to hold the military power and to hold the city? Does the U.S. have a new strategy to go – does Maduro have a deadline, for example, for the U.S. Government?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the strategy is not just an American strategy. It’s the Venezuelan people’s strategy. The opposition groups banded together, made clear that it was unacceptable what Maduro’s regime did. They gave Juan Guaido the authority through the National Assembly to lead their nation forward. This won’t be an American solution to this problem. It’ll be the solution that the Venezuelan people choose.

I remark sometimes people think Maduro is winning, and yet he’s handed over all of his power to the Cubans, to the Russians. This is weakness from Maduro. And so this weakness will ultimately lead to his departure, and democracy and prosperity will be restored in Venezuela. I am very confident of that.

QUESTION: And I know you already answered this question many times, but I have to ask. Are all options on the table still?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Of course. They remain on the table. We keep all options on the table because it’s very important, in that we don’t know how things will proceed. The Venezuelan people are entitled to the democracy that they have demanded, and we want to make sure that the resources of the United States of America aren’t foreclosed from being used if that turns out to be the right thing to do.

QUESTION: Now, as you mentioned, Maduro has the support of Russia and China. Does that turn a decision against the government of Maduro more complex to take? Could this rise tensions between Washington and the Kremlin?

SECRETARY POMPEO: I always remark I’ll hear some of the Maduro people talk about intervention in Venezuela. The Russians will say the Americans shouldn’t intervene in Venezuela. I mean, it’s almost funny to say, right? They have intervened in the most fundamental ways. The Cubans own the security apparatus. I would think if you were a Venezuelan military leader, you’d be embarrassed by that, right? The people, the people of Venezuela, want their own security. They want their own democracy. They want Venezuelans to lead their nation, not people from a small island, not people from Russia. They want their country to be led by their own people, and that’s what – that’s what Brazil and Colombia, the Lima Group, the OAS, here in Paraguay, that’s what all the leaders of the region are demanding, and it’s what the United States stands ready to support.

QUESTION: Is there any line of communication between U.S. officials and Venezuelan militaries?

SECRETARY POMPEO: I don’t think there’s any mistake about what America’s position is with respect to the Venezuelan military. We’ve made clear publicly that they ought not to continue to support Maduro, that this regime is over, it’s done, its day is finished, and that a new page needs to be turned, and that those who continue to support Maduro will face their own consequences, and those who make a different decision, those military leaders that make the decision to defend the Venezuelan people, will find happier days.

QUESTION: And does the U.S. support or has given any advice to the Guaido government about giving amnesty to any Venezuelan military who turns their back on Venezuelan government?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Sure, we’re talked with Juan Guaido about what a first day would look like, right? Maduro will leave, and we want to make sure that that next day that the world stands ready to support Venezuela. That will involve making decisions about how to address the transgressions of senior military leaders, those that inflicted violence, those who did harm to Venezuelans – well, they’ll be held accountable. Those who made a different decision, a better decision, a decision on behalf of the democratic institutions of Venezuela, will be treated very differently.

QUESTION: With many countries in Latin America turning to the right and with the economical crisis in Venezuela at its worst, do you think the Iranian Government still have some presence in Latin America? And if it does, is it still a threat for the U.S. national security?

SECRETARY POMPEO: So the question is does the – do the Iranians? Yes. There’s no doubt Iranian money remains in South America being used for malign purposes, supporting Hizballah, supporting transnational criminal organizations, supporting efforts at terrorism throughout the region. The United States is working with our partners in this area to take down those networks, to take down that risk.

IRGC – you saw the other day there was an air flight straight, straight from Tehran to Caracas. This is Iran intervening in South America. That’s not in the best interest of the South American people, and the United States stands ready. We see Iran for what it is, the world’s largest state sponsor of terror. That’s a global threat, and we’re prepared to push back against it not only in the Middle East but in South America and wherever we find that threat present.

QUESTION: Moving forward, Secretary Pompeo, yesterday you mentioned in a speech from Santiago, in Santiago, and you used Chile as an example, as a model for economical growth. But Chile also have many trades with China – $43 billion, if I’m not mistaken – and the U.S. comes as a second partner. Can any country from Latin America have economical and diplomatic relationship with China while at the same time they do with the United States?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Well, of course. What we have said about China is very clear. The United States has big economic relationships with China. We want China to thrive and prosper.

Here’s what we don’t want, especially in South America. We don’t want China to show up with bags full of money and bribe officials. We don’t want China to show up and put Huawei or Chinese technology into the infrastructure of these countries so that the citizens, the citizens of Chile or the citizens of Paraguay, have their information, their private information, stolen by the Chinese Government. We don’t want corrupt activity.

China should compete. We have democracies here in South America now. This is a glorious thing where there’s free markets and capitalism and opportunity. That value set of transparency, of the rule of law, that’s the one the South American people are demanding. It is not what China brings.

If China shows up to compete on a commercial basis, that seems perfectly reasonable. When they show up with malign intent, to give money with strings attached, which will destroy the sovereignty of a South American nation, that’s not good for the people in that country, and the United States is prepared to help those countries recognize that threat and to offer alternatives to it.

QUESTION: Changing the topic a little bit, the U.S. cut the funds for three countries in Central America – Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Is this a final decision, or can they make things better and gain the confidence of the U.S. Government and also the money?

SECRETARY POMPEO: Yeah, of course, they can. The United States is the most generous nation when it comes to both humanitarian and foreign assistance of any country in the world. The Trump administration has maintained that.

What we want to make sure is where we provide those resources, those dollars from the American taxpayer, that they are effective, that we get outcomes not only what we want but that those countries want as well. So President Trump’s decision, we saw that those countries weren’t doing what needed to be done to prevent this enormous migration challenge, this crisis that the United States has at its southern border. As those countries work to develop systems to prevent their citizens from taking this incredibly dangerous journey from Guatemala, from Honduras, or from El Salvador through Mexico into the United States, when those countries begin to take actions that stop that, we’ll reconsider that decision.

QUESTION: And my last question, Secretary. This week Nicaragua will remember a year since the political and social crisis began. More than 350 people died in this crisis. The negotiations are very slow right now, and their oppression continues with people who has demonstrated publicly. Is the United States taking new steps against the government of the president in Nicaragua?

SECRETARY POMPEO: That’s a great question. Here I am in Paraguay. I was in Chile. I’ll be in Peru, I’ll be in Colombia, before I head back to the United States. You watch most of the countries in South and Central America turning in the direction of freedom, in the direction of liberty, in the direction of democracy; and yet, you have Venezuela and Nicaragua stuck in history, stuck with dictatorships, stuck with bad leadership, kleptocrats, stealing from their own people.

Our efforts in Nicaragua are very similar to those in Venezuela. We want the Nicaraguan people to have all the great things that they are entitled to have and that they so desperately want. And Mr. Ortega and his wife both need to change their ways in order to give Nicaragua that very opportunity.

QUESTION: Secretary Pompeo, thank you very much for your time with Voice of America’s Spanish Service.

SECRETARY POMPEO: Thank you very much. Thank you, sir. It’s great to see you again.

QUESTION: Thank you.


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          Almanac - Friday 4/12/19      Comment   Translate Page      
Happy 79th Birthday to jazz great Herbie Hancock! Today is Friday, April 12, 2019, the 102nd day of the year, and a mere 571 days until the next presidential election. Sunrise : 6:39am Sunset : 7:43pm ...giving us 13 hours and 4 minutes of daylight. 38% of the waxing crescent moon visible, rising at 12:15pm. Tides at the Golden Gate High : 5:00am/7:53pm Low : 12:04pm Special celebrations & commemorations today… Cosmonaut's Day - Russia National Redemption Day - Liberia International Day of Human Space Flight International Day for Street Children American Immigration Lawyers Association Day of Action National Day of Silence National Donate Life (Blue and Green) Day National Day of Silence National Licorice Day National Teach Children to Save Day Walk on Your Wild Side Day Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day Feast of St. Zeno of Verona, patron of fishermen Corn Festival - Cochumatan Indians, Guatemala On this day in… 1096 - Peter the Hermit gathered his army in Cologne. 1204 - The Fourth
          Guatemala, srdce mayského světa -dokument      Comment   Translate Page      
Poutavé památky a nádherné přírodní scenérie ve Střední Americe. Na území Guatemaly žije přes čtrnáct milionů obyvatel. Velkou většinu z nich tvoří přímí potomci Mayů. Zachovali si svůj jazyk, zvyky i způsob odívání. Guatemalu nalezneme na středoamerické šíji, jižně od Mexika. Země má rozhodně co nabídnout. Archeologická naleziště, prastaré vesnice, přírodní scenérie i památky na […]
          Casa en alquiler en Guatemala      Comment   Translate Page      
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          Coyotes' Boomtown: Picking Up The Migrant Trail On The Way To The U.S.-Mexico Border      Comment   Translate Page      
Mario Garcia sits in the doorway of his tire shop in Gracias a Dios, Guatemala, a short distance from the border with Mexico, watching the unfettered flow of migrants headed north. By his estimate, up to 1,000 migrants cross over into Carmen Xhan, Mexico, every day. "This is an open border," Garcia says, with a knowing smile. "There's no immigration control on this side or the other side. Anyone can go across freely." The migrant trail that begins in Central America and ends in the United States must cross the Guatemala-Mexico border — where immigration control is light to nonexistent. More and more migrants are choosing to start their journey up through Mexico in the remote, hilly village of Gracias a Dios — Spanish for "Thanks to God." In recent months, Gracias a Dios has become a trafficker's boomtown, and what happens here helps explain the recent surge of migrants entering the United States. Dalila, from La Democracia, Guatemala, sits on a motorcycle in a small town near the
          Latin America's Open Borders Encourage Migrants To Travel To The U.S.       Comment   Translate Page      
Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit DAVID GREENE, HOST: So maybe President Trump is not going to close the border here. The White House seemed to back off Trump's threat yesterday. The president has been threatening to close the southern border if Mexico doesn't stop a steady stream of Central American migrants passing through that country on their way to the U.S. The administration is warning of a system-wide meltdown as hundreds of migrant families are released daily into U.S. border towns like El Paso because immigration officials have no room to detain all of them. We are covering this story this morning from two sides of the border. Our colleague John Burnett is in Comitan, Mexico. That is about 2,000 miles to the south of where I am not far from the Mexico-Guatemala border. Hi there, John. JOHN BURNETT, BYLINE: Hey, David. GREENE: So the president, I guess, is saying that Mexico has acted to his satisfaction - is doing something that makes him feel better backing off this
          Fake Birth Certificates A Growing Problem Amid Migrant Family Surge      Comment   Translate Page      
The Trump administration is now warning about "fake families" amid the surge of Central American migrants crossing the southern border. Border agents have noticed an uptick in adult immigrants traveling with minors who are not their children. The administration suspects foul play, but immigrant advocates say they're just trying to make it into the U.S. for a better life. "Cases of fake families are cropping up everywhere and children are being used as pawns," Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen told a congressional committee last week. "In fact, we have even uncovered child recycling rings, a process in which innocent children are used multiple times to help migrants gain illegal entry." $1,500 per child, 13 times Nielsen singled out one particularly sordid case involving a Guatemalan woman living in Charleston, S.C. Officials say the woman paired immigrant children with adults who are not their parents. They would present themselves at the border knowing that families
          Opinion: A Showcase Of 'Uncaged Art' By Children Once Detained      Comment   Translate Page      
An art show opens in El Paso today. It's what they call a "multi-sensory exhibit" that includes works like a chapel, cut from cardboard, surrounded by trees and hedges spun from yarn, with Popsicle stick church pews and crosses. There are many images of bright birds, cooing in trees; and a looming volcano, smoking over a bright, cheery town. The art was created by teenagers from Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and other countries when they were held in the Tornillo Children's Detention center in El Paso County between June 2018 and January 2019. More than 6,000 youngsters, called "unaccompanied alien" children, or UACs, in the argot of bureaucracy, passed through there. The teenagers lived in tents for weeks, which often turned into months, with no idea when they might get out. A group of local teachers assigned to the shelter invited youngsters to create works of art: drawings, paintings, knitting, embroidery, and clay figures. Many drew smiling parrots. Many sketched or painted
          Gladstone Gallery opens its first exhibition with Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter      Comment   Translate Page      
Gladstone Gallery is presenting its first exhibition with Argentine-Swiss artist Vivian Suter. Comprised exclusively of mixed media paintings, this show furthers Suter’s singular style of installation, in which canvases flood the gallery space, creating an enveloping mise-en-scène of visual characters that intermingle, juxtapose, and cavort with one another. Composed individually, the works on view – through their unique display – inevitably become an interconnected painterly biome, openly inviting gallery-goers into the artist’s cosmos. A testament to Suter’s decades-long career, these paintings run the canonical gamut, from Abstract Expressionist to Color Field to Art Informel. However, eschewing any artistic predecessors, Suter draws her inspiration directly from her natural surroundings, most deeply the Guatemalan rainforest where the artist has
          Migrants Break Border Gate, Force Their Way Into Mexico      Comment   Translate Page      
Mexican authorities said a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a gate at the Guatemalan border Friday and forced their way into southern Mexico to join a larger group of migrants trying to make their way toward the United States.
          Opinion: A Showcase Of 'Uncaged Art' By Children Once Detained      Comment   Translate Page      
An art show opens in El Paso today. It's what they call a "multi-sensory exhibit" that includes works like a chapel, cut from cardboard, surrounded by trees and hedges spun from yarn, with Popsicle stick church pews and crosses. There are many images of bright birds, cooing in trees; and a looming volcano, smoking over a bright, cheery town. The art was created by teenagers from Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, and other countries when they were held in the Tornillo Children's Detention center in El Paso County between June 2018 and January 2019. More than 6,000 youngsters, called "unaccompanied alien" children, or UACs, in the argot of bureaucracy, passed through there. The teenagers lived in tents for weeks, which often turned into months, with no idea when they might get out. A group of local teachers assigned to the shelter invited youngsters to create works of art: drawings, paintings, knitting, embroidery, and clay figures. Many drew smiling parrots. Many sketched or painted
          La solidaridad internacional está de luto Rodolfo Cortés Calderón      Comment   Translate Page      
Enviado a la página web de Redes Cristianas Indudablemente que la década de los 80s marcó nuestras vidas. Es cierto, también, que fue tiempo de terror, de dolor y barbarie impuesto por el sistema imperialista estadounidense y sus lacayos gobiernos, militares y civiles, en Honduras, El Salvador y Guatemala, pero dejó en nosotros una brillante [...]
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Desde el ejército se indicó que la aeronave sobrevolaba el territorio guatemalteco de forma ilegal porque no estaba reportado el vuelo.
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Tegucigalpa, HondurasEstados Unidos y México han deportado en lo que va de 2019 a unos 22.

160 inmigrantes hondureños, incluyendo 3.

157 unidades familiares, informó este sábado una fuente oficial.

"Las familias deben saber de una vez por todas que utilizar a los niños como pasaporte es algo que no funciona para pasar la frontera sur.

Hasta el 12 de abril, 3.

157 menores acompañados han sido retornados", dijo a periodistas la jefa regional de la Dirección de Niñez, Adolescencia y Familia (Dinaf) en San Pedro Sula, norte de Honduras, Delmy Murcia.

La deportación de unidades familiares ratifica que las autoridades de Estados Unidos y México no están permitiendo el cruce de adultos con niños, enfatizó la funcionaria.

Desde México, este sábado llegaron 2 aviones y 9 autobuses con más de 602 personas; 202 vinieron vía aérea en núcleos familiares y el resto por tierra desde Tapachula y Acayucán.

Según las autoridades hondureñas, a diario se reciben 2 vuelos en el Aeropuerto Internacional Ramón Villeda Morales, de San Pedro Sula con hondureños retornados desde los Estados Unidos, mientras que desde México se reciben hasta 16 autobuses con unas 700 personas que ingresan vía Corinto, frontera con Guatemala.

La jefa regional de la Dinaf hizo un llamamiento a la población a no arriesgar sus vidas ni colocar a los menores en situaciones de riesgo en la ruta migratoria.

Migrantes de caravana viajarán en 45 buses desde Tapachula a Ciudad de México.

"No piense que el niño o la niña va ser su pasaporte para pasar a la frontera sur de Estados Unidos y que eso le va asegurar una solicitud de asilo; eso no es cierto, es una mentira", añadió.

La Dinaf recibe a los menores y unidades familiares bajo un protocolo de atención por parte de las instituciones estatales que conforman la Fuerza de Tarea de Atención al Migrante, encabezada por la primera dama, Ana García de Hernández, indicó la Casa Presidencial hondureña en un comunicado.

Los hondureños retornados al ingresar al país son atendidos con todas sus garantías, reciben alimentación, atención médica y psicológica, y orientación sobre las oportunidades de reinserción social y laboral a las que pueden acceder mediante las iniciativas gubernamentales.

El Observatorio Consular y Migratorio de Honduras (Conmigho) reportó hasta el 5 de abril el retorno de 22.

160 hondureños, de los cuales 12.

304 procedían de México, 9.

759 de Estados Unidos, 96 de Centro y Suramérica y uno de Asia, añade la información oficial.


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GuestCarla Woody is the author of Portals to the Vision Serpent,Standing Stark and Calling Our Spirits Home. She founded Kenosis in 1999 to serve human potentialthrough spiritual travel journeys with Indigenous healers in Peru, Mexico, Guatemala and Hopi, and programs integrating NLP. Ella Hope guides through a self-healing ritual Practice with nature that develops seven deeper layers of perception, and the skills to work in select, diverse elemental work-sites. In addition to weaving a thread of ...
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Michael Gerson made a compelling argument in his April 2 op-ed, “When ignorance has consequences,” relating to President Trump’s alarming ignorance about the U.S. assistance he has threatened to cut off to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. Indeed,...
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Hanno passato il confine tra Guatemala e Messico. Mille migranti in cammino verso gli Stati Uniti
L'Osservatore Romano
Nelle prime ore di oggi almeno 1100 persone, provenienti dall’America Centrale, hanno superato il confine tra Guatemala e Messico nell’area di Ciudad Hidalgo. Sono diretti verso il confine con gli Stati Uniti. La carovana, che comprende anche persone provenienti da Cuba e da paesi africani, è formata soprattutto da cittadini honduregni, partiti mercoledì dalla località di San Pedro Sula. Si tratta della settima grande carovana di migranti da ottobre scorso.
L'Istituto nazionale delle migrazioni ha recentemente chiuso i centri statali dei migranti a Morelia, Acapulco, Nogales e Reynosa «per mancanza delle condizioni minime di accoglienza e di fornitura di servizi». Qualche comune nelle città di confine, come Tijuana, ha una Commissione municipale per i migranti che controlla una rete di strutture ma la maggior parte sono sature per il ritorno in massa dei centroamericani che avevano cercato asilo negli Stati Uniti e sono tornati in Messico in attesa della risposta di un giudice statunitense alla loro richiesta.
La questione migrazione è in queste ore più che mai al centro di polemiche negli Stati Uniti. Secondo il «New York Times», il presidente Donald Trump avrebbe chiesto privatamente la settimana scorsa a Kevin McAleenan, nominato in quei giorni pro tempore a capo della Homeland Security — dopo il licenziamento di Kirstjen Nielsen — di chiudere il confine con il Messico, promettendogli che in caso di violazione della legge e di problemi con la giustizia gli avrebbe concesso la grazia. L’episodio smentirebbe quanto detto ufficialmente da Trump, vale a dire che gli Stati Uniti darebbero al Messico un anno di tempo per evitare che il confine venga sigillato. Alla ricostruzione dei fatti riportata oggi dal quotidiano ha risposto il Dipartimento degli interni sottolineando in una nota che il presidente Donald Trump «non ha mai indicato, chiesto, ordinato o indotto Kevin McAleenan a fare alcunchè di illegale». McAleenan era già capo dell’organismo per la protezione delle frontiere U.S. Customs and border protection. L’agenzia Homeland Security è una sorta di superministero creato da George Bush dopo l'11 settembre, con competenze che vanno dalla polizia di frontiera all'anti-terrorismo. Il suo operato negli ultimi tempi non ha soddisfatto Trump, ilquale aveva criticato apertamente Kirstjen Nielsen, accusata di non aver saputo reagire all'aumento dei flussi di profughi e migranti alla frontiera meridionale. Lunedì scorso Trump ha scritto su Twitter: «Il Messico deve arrestare tutti i clandestini e non consentire loro di fare la lunga marcia fino agli Stati Uniti, o non avremo altra scelta che chiudere le frontiere. Il nostro paese è pieno». A Washington è ancora tutto aperto il confronto tra il presidente e il Congresso sulla costruzione del muro con il Messico. Trump ha chiesto 18 miliardi che il congresso si è rifiutato di mettere a bilancio: ne è scaturito a gennaio il record di settimane di cosiddetto shutdown. Poi Trump ha ottenuto che il Pentagono assicurasse un miliardo di dollari. Per aggirare le resistenze del Congresso e procurarsi i fondi per la costruzione Trump ha dichiarato lo stato di emergenza ma sono scattati diversi ricorsi. Si sono mosse le autorità giudiziarie di diversi stati — California in testa — sostenendo che lo stato di emergenza non esiste perché i numeri reali di coloro che cercano di attraversare la frontiera non sono particolarmente alti.
L'Osservatore Romano, 13-14 aprile 2019.

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After 100 days in charge, House Democrats learn unity has its limits: Susan Ferrechio
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More Than 100,000 Tried to Cross Border In March: Charles Fain Lehman
When will this nightmare end?: Vincent Emilio
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Democrats have been openly meddling in Guatemala to help socialists for years.
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Día de las Américas - Efemérides

El Día de las Américas es una celebración anual que tiene lugar el 14 de abril en todas las repúblicas americanas, como símbolo de su soberanía y de su unión voluntaria en una comunidad continental. Cada año, sea por promulgación presidencial o legislativa, esta efeméride es conmemorada en ciudades, pueblos y comunidades.

 

El primer Día de las Américas fue celebrado a lo largo del continente americano en 1931. Se eligió el 14 de abril por ser la fecha de 1890 en que, mediante resolución de la Primera Conferencia Internacional Americana (celebrada en el Distrito de Columbia, entre octubre de 1889 y abril de 1890), se crearon la Unión de las Repúblicas Americanas y su secretaría permanente, la Oficina Comercial de las Repúblicas Americanas. Estas dieron paso a la Unión Panamericana y finalmente a la actual Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) en 1948.

 

Honduras, Guatemala y Haití declararon el 14 de abril como fiesta nacional. En estas y otras naciones de la por entonces Unión Panamericana hubo recepciones diplomáticas, celebraciones públicas y civiles, programas en las escuelas y una gran cantidad de proclamaciones promoviendo los principios del panamericanismo.

 

El 30 de abril de 1948 se creó la Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA), al firmarse en Bogotá, Colombia, la carta de constitución, con los propósitos fundamentales de: afianzar la paz y la seguridad del continente, consolidar la democracia, respetando el principio de no intervención. Otros propósitos son promover la igualdad jurídica de los Estados, alcanzar la solución pacífica de controversias y actuar en cooperación para el desarrollo económico, social y cultural.


La fecha es celebrada por Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estados Unidos, Guatemala, Haití, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, República Dominicana, Uruguay y Venezuela.

 

Este día tiene categoría de evento internacional y se constituye en una oportunidad ideal para fomentar y propiciar, a través de la educación, la investigación sobre las naciones que conforman Las Américas, el reconocimiento y valoración de la diversidad de etnias, grupos, culturas, religiones.


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Here's a suggestion to our "marginalized students"--LEAVE. Why don't you go back to your promised land. Our country has welcomed immigrants from all over the world. That doesn't mean that you come to a country whose founding, government, laws, culture, etc. were formed from principles of Western Civilization, and demand that we teach cannibalism or whatever. I am so sick and tired of hearing these leftist goofs and their faculty supporters. Please, go move to Haiti. Or Africa. Or China. Or Guatemala. LEAVE. (Of course, if you did leave, you'd be screaming a month later to get back into "Eurocentric" America.
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A Folha gasta quase meia página com Gloria Álvarez, a cientista política guatemalteca que foi intensamente promovida, pela Atlas Foundation e seus satélites, como a porta-voz do ultraliberalismo na América Latina. Ela esteve agora no Brasil - esteve até aqui na UnB, onde deu uma palestra sobre "populismo e maconha" ou algo assim, parece que sem despertar grande interesse. O ponto dela é esse: apresentar um liberalismo "na economia e nos costumes", em que Estado mínimo e liberação das drogas andam juntos.

É um discurso feito sob medida para atrair para a direita uma parcela da juventude. Na prática, porém, a pauta da "liberdade econômica" sempre tem primazia e os ultraliberais acabam alinhados com a velha extrema-direita de sempre. Os que se aventuram no terreno da disputa eleitoral tendem a esquecer ou trair a agenda progressista - o MBL e o Novo servem de exemplos.

Álvarez não tem esse problema - ela se apresenta como candidata à presidência da Guatemala, mas é de mentirinha, já que não tem sequer a idade mínima para concorrer. Seu papel é afirmar o lado "transgressor" do liberalismo. Mas, aí também, as prioridades ficam claras. Ainda que acene para a descriminalização do aborto, ela ataca o feminismo, que "é marxista", e ensaia um raciocínio que se aproxima da ideia de "marxismo cultural", tal como Olavão ensina ("a esquerda se disfarçou de ecologistas, defensores de direitos de gays, feministas"). Diz que não gosta de quem mistura religião e política, mas acredita que Bolsonaro possa ocupar a posição que Macri não soube ocupar, de ser "um contraponto à esquerda na América Latina".

Da última vez que esteve no Brasil, anos atrás, ela apostava em imagem mais juvenil. Sua conta no twitter era @crazyglorita (hoje desativada, substituída por outra mais sóbria) e ela exibia a alcunha de "a reacionária gata". Deu palestra no Instituto FHC e o ex-presidente esteve lá, assistindo à sua rasa retórica ultraliberal - na época, até escrevi um texto sobre este encontro (https://grupo-demode.tumblr.com/…/a-dor-de-fernando-henrique).

O encontro continua me parecendo emblemático. Embora Álvarez, em sua inacreditável "análise" do populismo, explique que o populista é aquele que busca "dividir a sociedade com ódio, entre ricos e pobres", é essa divisão que explica por que, no frigir dos ovos, ela, FHC e Bolsonaro acabem todos do mesmo lado.

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México.

El Gobierno mexicano deportó a Honduras a 204 migrantes de este país, entre los que se encontraban menores de edad, que fueron regresados por vía aérea, informó este domingo el Instituto Nacional de Migración (Inami).

"Este día se realizó el retorno de 204 personas extranjeras a su país de origen; la mayoría eran familias que viajaban con menores de edad", detalló la institución mediante un comunicado.

Fotos: Hacinados y en el suelo: migrantes descansan en Tapachula antes de salir a MéxicoDe acuerdo con el Inami, los dos centenares de migrantes de origen hondureño "tenían una condición de estancia irregular en México".

Este grupo de migrantes fue trasladado por vía aérea desde la ciudad de Minatitlán, en el oriental estado de Veracruz, hacia la hondureña San Pedro Sula, cerca de la frontera con Guatemala, tras alcanzar un acuerdo con el Gobierno de Honduras.

En su comunicado, el Inami sostuvo que cumplió "con las normas y procedimientos migratorios vigentes".

Una nueva caravana migrante, conformada por al menos 800 migrantes, cruzó este viernes de madrugada la frontera entre Guatemala y México de manera irregular.

El Inami informó entonces que "un grupo de aproximadamente 350 personas irrumpió de manera violenta en la frontera" puesto "rompieron el candado que cierra la reja fronteriza" y luego se le sumaron más personas, hasta ser unos 800 en total.

El nuevo Gobierno mexicano, liderado por Andrés Manuel López Obrador desde el 1 de diciembre, creó una visa especial por razones humanitarias que autoriza a los migrantes centroamericanos entrar y trabajar en México.

Sin embargo, varios grupos de migrantes han accedido al país sin cumplir el trámite de esperar en la frontera con Guatemala para que las autoridades mexicanas les entreguen esta tarjera.

En octubre de 2018, miles de centroamericanos -en su mayoría hondureños y salvadoreños- abandonaron sus países en distintas caravanas y atravesaron México con el afán de llegar a Estados Unidos y solicitar asilo, en un éxodo que causó choques diplomáticos entre ambos países.


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Democrats condemn Trump plan to send migrants to sanctuary cities as 'cruelty'President also criticized over reports he urged CBP chief to close Mexico border, offering a pardon if he broke the lawMigrants from Central America are seen inside an enclosure, where they are being held by Customs and Border Protection El Paso, Texas, on 29 March. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/ReutersDemocrats have accused Donald Trump’s administration of “cruelty” and using people as political pawns in the wake of reports that presidential aides considered a plan to release migrants in sanctuary cities.At least twice in the past six months, the White House weighed a plan to pressure US immigration authorities to release people detained at the border in these cities, which limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities, according to the Washington Post.Trump confirmed that his White House was considering such a plan on Friday afternoon, contradicting his own Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which told reporters it had rejected the plan.Trump tweeted: “Due to the fact that Democrats are unwilling to change our very dangerous immigration laws, we are indeed, as reported, giving strong considerations to placing Illegal Immigrants in Sanctuary Cities only.... The Radical Left always seems to have an Open Borders, Open Arms policy – so this should make them very happy!”In an earlier statement, DHS said: “This was a suggestion that was floated and rejected, which ended any further discussion.”Democrats said the proposal was another example of the Trump administration’s extreme measures to curb legal and illegal immigration.They also highlighted that viewing such a move as punishment was unusual, since it would affect cities that already welcome more immigrants than the rest of the country, such as Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City.“It takes a truly warped mind to think that releasing families who sought asylum at the border in Sanctuary Cities would be a ‘punishment’,” said New York City’s comptroller, Scott Stringer, on Twitter. “These families are just seeking a better life, and Sanctuary Cities exist because we *want them here*.”Trump also faced criticism over fresh reports that he had urged his soon-to-be acting homeland security secretary to close the southern border, and said that he would pardon the official if he were to run afoul of the law.Two people familiar with the private conversation told the Associated Press the conversation with Kevin McAleenan, then the Customs and Border Protection commissioner, came during the president’s trip last week to Calexico, California.The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss what was said.It was not clear whether the president was joking or why McAleenan would find himself in personal legal jeopardy. But the comments came just a day after Trump told reporters that he was delaying his threat to close the border because Mexico appeared to be stepping up its efforts.“At no time has the president indicated, asked, directed or pressured the acting secretary to do anything illegal,” a DHS spokesman said.The government has said the US-Mexico border is at a “breaking point” because of the crowds of Central American families seeking asylum there, though its policies have so far focused on deterrence, instead of responding to the factors driving people to flee Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.“The cruelty of this administration never seems to end,” said Julián Castro, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president ahead of the 2020 election.Speaking at a CNN town hall event on Thursday night, Castro compared the sanctuary cities proposal to family separation, which failed to deter people from coming to the border.“Now they are talking about bussing families to particular cities to target political opponents,” Castro said. “These folks want us to choose cruelty as a weapon against people and against political opponents.”Another Democratic presidential hopeful, Amy Klobuchar, said Trump was “literally using human beings as pawns in a political game”.“Instead of passing comprehensive immigration reform he does this: White House proposed releasing immigrant detainees in sanctuary cities, targeting political foes,” Klobuchar said on Twitter.In January 2017, the Trump administration instructed the US attorney general to withhold funding for sanctuary cities, but the decision was quickly challenged in court. In November 2018, a federal judge ruled the crackdown was unconstitutional.



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Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit AILSA CHANG, HOST: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was on Capitol Hill today defending the Trump administration's decision to cut aid to Central America. Pompeo tried to convince lawmakers that money to Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras should be withheld until those countries do more to stop their citizens from coming to the U.S. Some lawmakers said that is backwards thinking, as NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. MICHELE KELEMEN, BYLINE: The ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Robert Menendez, says U.S. aid to Central America is meant to address the root causes of migration. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) ROBERT MENENDEZ: Why are people fleeing? They're fleeing because of violent crime. Their choice is stay or die or flee and have a chance at living. Or stay and see my daughter raped or stay and see my son forcibly put into a gang. We need to fight at the very essence of that. And the very essence of that is not at our
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México.

El Gobierno mexicano deportó a Honduras a 204 migrantes de este país, entre los que se encontraban menores de edad, que fueron regresados por vía aérea, informó este domingo el Instituto Nacional de Migración (Inami).

"Este día se realizó el retorno de 204 personas extranjeras a su país de origen; la mayoría eran familias que viajaban con menores de edad", detalló la institución mediante un comunicado.

Fotos: Hacinados y en el suelo: migrantes descansan en Tapachula antes de salir a MéxicoDe acuerdo con el Inami, los dos centenares de migrantes de origen hondureño "tenían una condición de estancia irregular en México".

Este grupo de migrantes fue trasladado por vía aérea desde la ciudad de Minatitlán, en el oriental estado de Veracruz, hacia la hondureña San Pedro Sula, cerca de la frontera con Guatemala, tras alcanzar un acuerdo con el Gobierno de Honduras.

En su comunicado, el Inami sostuvo que cumplió "con las normas y procedimientos migratorios vigentes".

Una nueva caravana migrante, conformada por al menos 800 migrantes, cruzó este viernes de madrugada la frontera entre Guatemala y México de manera irregular.

El Inami informó entonces que "un grupo de aproximadamente 350 personas irrumpió de manera violenta en la frontera" puesto "rompieron el candado que cierra la reja fronteriza" y luego se le sumaron más personas, hasta ser unos 800 en total.

El nuevo Gobierno mexicano, liderado por Andrés Manuel López Obrador desde el 1 de diciembre, creó una visa especial por razones humanitarias que autoriza a los migrantes centroamericanos entrar y trabajar en México.

Sin embargo, varios grupos de migrantes han accedido al país sin cumplir el trámite de esperar en la frontera con Guatemala para que las autoridades mexicanas les entreguen esta tarjera.

En octubre de 2018, miles de centroamericanos -en su mayoría hondureños y salvadoreños- abandonaron sus países en distintas caravanas y atravesaron México con el afán de llegar a Estados Unidos y solicitar asilo, en un éxodo que causó choques diplomáticos entre ambos países.


          “Hostile… Aggressive” Migrants Breach Mexico’s Southern Border, Join Caravan      Comment   Translate Page      
Just in case you were worried that we might run out of illegal aliens that the President could ship to sanctuary cities, fear not. The next caravan from Honduras and Guatemala is on the move in southern Mexico and the number of travelers is increasing. They just received hundreds of additional recruits when a mob of significant size broke through the fences at one border crossing, overwhelming police in the area and moving to join the caravan heading north. Rather than peaceful asylum seekers, authorities described them as being hostile and aggressive. (Associated Press) Mexican authorities said a group...
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The White House on Sunday, echoing President Donald Trump, said sending undocumented migrants to sanctuary U.S. cities that have protected them from deportation remains a possibility even though government agencies have said it would be impractical and there is no money allocated to do it. "We certainly are looking at all options as long as [opposition] Democrats refuse to acknowledge the crisis at the border," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told the "Fox News Sunday" show. Trump said late Saturday on Twitter, "Democrats must change the Immigration Laws FAST. If not, Sanctuary Cities must immediately ACT to take care of the Illegal Immigrants - and this includes Gang Members, Drug Dealers, Human Traffickers, and Criminals of all shapes, sizes and kinds. CHANGE THE LAWS NOW!" Hundreds of U.S. cities, along with California, the country's most populous state, have declared themselves as havens for migrants who have illegally crossed the southern U.S. border with Mexico, refusing the help U.S. immigration officials to track down the immigrants so they can be deported. U.S. border authorities apprehended more than 100,000 undocumented migrants, mostly from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, at the border in March, nearly twice that in the same month in 2018. "The USA has the absolute legal right to have apprehended illegal immigrants transferred to Sanctuary Cities," Trump said. "We hereby demand that they be taken care of at the highest level, especially by the State of California, which is well known (for) its poor management & high taxes!"   The U.S. now houses thousands of migrants at the border, but is running out of beds and instead is releasing new arrivals into the U.S. on their promise to appear at asylum hearings that might not occur for two years.   The Department of Homeland Security has said that Congress has not appropriated any money to transport the migrants from the border to far-flung sanctuary cities across the U.S., while the Immigration and Custom Enforcement agency has called it an "unnecessary operational burden." Sanders said, "Nobody thinks this is the ideal solution," sending migrants to sanctuary cities. But she said mayors of cities "who want this... should be looking to help" Trump resolve the crisis at the border. She accused Congress of wanting to spend "all of its time investigating the president" rather than dealing with the immigration turmoil at the border. Trump tweeted, "So interesting to see the Mayor of Oakland and other Sanctuary Cities NOT WANT our currently 'detained immigrants' after release due to the ridiculous court ordered 20 day rule. If they don’t want to serve our Nation by taking care of them, why should other cities & towns?" Trump was referring to a court ruling prohibiting the U.S. from detaining migrant minors, those under 18 years old, for more than 20 days, before being required to release them to relatives in the U.S. or other care givers. A key Republican lawmaker, Sen. Lindsey Graham, told another Fox News show, "Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo," that after the current two-week congressional recess ends, he would introduce legislation that would authorize the detention of children beyond 20 days, "toughen up our asylum standards," and allow migrant children to be returned to Central American countries, which is not now allowed once they have entered the United States. "We're never going to change this with troops and walls at the border," Graham said of the U.S. immigration crisis. "Doing what we're doing is not working." He added, "If you get one foot into the United States," migrants can seek asylum. "The word is out that if you come with a minor, you're never going to get deported. We need to change that narrative. We need troops at the border. We need a law. But these [U.S.] laws are insane."                  
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          Hostile Illegal Immigrants Destroy Border Gate, Invade Mexico, Launch Attack On Police      Comment   Translate Page      

On Friday at the Guatemalan border, Mexican authorities said a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a gate. They then swarmed into southern Mexico to join a larger group of approximately 2,000 migrants trying to make their way toward the United States. But not until after they attacked the Mexican police and […]

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          Who will be the 2 SURPRISE female returnees?      Comment   Translate Page      
Assuming that Tina, Sandra, Parvati, Sophie, Kim, Denise, Natalie A, and Sarah are all LOCKS and a woman doesn't win 37 or 38

That last 2 potential spots are going to be random

Vecepia - Won't be called for being irrel but wanted to return before turning 50

Jenna - Quitter

Amber - Probably doesn't want to play and has a billion kids + if Rob returns she ain't hiring a 2 month baby sitter

Danni - irrel and production doesn't trust her after how she wouldn't open up to cameras about her game on Guatemala

Natalie W - Irrel, disappeared from existence, and Jeff probably thinks she's unmemorable

Michele - Jeff hates her and she hates him

#survivor


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