From our southern border, there is a migratory flow of around 500 thousand people a year from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. The Mexican government only manages to repatriate 120 thousand per year. While many come from difficult situations, this does not mean that we can receive them. 65 thousand approximately, they are children who travel alone. Where are your parents? If 500,000 entered and only 120,000 repatriated, where are the other 380,000? We know that they are no longer going to the United States.
500,000 – 120,000 = 380,000! Where are they?
Around one hundred thousand, of all ages, are integrated into organized crime and disappear from our radars, although it is common to find them in illegal businesses such as brothels and drug centers. Others can be your neighbors, the windshield wipers you see every morning or the juggler in the corner of your house. We know that this is very delicate, but why do we have to take care of ourselves? Syrian migration is a problem for Europe and they have already noticed. Why is it so hard for us to look at the emergency we have in our own country?
THE EFFORTS OF OUR AUTHORITIES ARE NOT SUFFICIENT!
HOW TO IDENTIFY A MIGRANT?
Tends to be dark complexion
He has tattoos,
and not just in the face
He is hungry
He has a scared face
They usually bring broken shoes
Bring a small backpack
If you are a woman, you will be prone to
sell you sexual favors
They do not know basic things like
the national anthem, who is
Benito Juárez or Lucerito