¿Pueden creer lo que dice este genízaro?

Julio Ricardo Varela autor de LatinoRebelsCom

NBCNews.Com dice que la caravana que se dirige a asaltar la frontera sur de USA es “una caravana anual de inmigrantes hondureños que trata de llegar a los Estados Unidos donde pretenden aplicar por asilo y regresar a casa.

Julio Ricardo Varela autor de LatinoRebelsCom
Julio Ricardo Varela autor de LatinoRebelsCom

Julio Ricardo Varela es un hispano genízaro quien se hace llamar así mismo “rebelde latino” y es quien escribe estas falsedades anti-americanas para NBCNews, que la caravana de ilegales de varias nacionalidades que trata de asaltar la frontera sur de los Estados Unidos es “una caravana anual de inmigrantes hondureños que trata de llegar a los Estados Unidos donde pretenden aplicar por asilo y regresar a casa.”

El extremista hispano también escribió en su artículo que “el Presidente Trump amenazó con la destrucción de la economía americana para mantener alejados a algunos solicitantes de asilo.”

Otras aserciones del “rebelde latino” Julio Ricardo Varela son las que siguen:

· Los emigrantes huyen de la violencia y la agitación política causada esencialmente por años de política exterior de Estados Unidos
· Cerrar la frontera obligaría a retroceder a la prosperidad económica de los Estados Unidos ante el miedo, las mentiras y la propaganda americanas.
· Los Trumpistas no tienen idea de los millones de mexicanos que visitaron EE.UU. en el 2014, o que México es uno de los principales socios comerciales de los EE.UU.

¿Quién es Julio Ricardo Varela?

Julio Ricardo Varela es un independentista puertorriqueño que viaja frecuentemente a Cuba y quien es graduado de Al Jazeera en Inglés.
Seguramente estaría entrenado por el terrorista machetero y asesino boricua Oscar López Rivera quien cumplió 36 años de su condena de 55 antes de ser absuelto por Barack Obama en el 2017.

· Estados Unidos ya le están pagando a México cerca de $137 millones por año para hacer cumplir la ley de inmigración
· Los tweets de Trump son alimento para su base xenófoba que aparentemente necesita una distracción en todo momento
· Los datos reales del 2017 de la Patrulla Fronteriza de EE.UU. confirman que los cruces y arrestos de migrantes han estado en su nivel más bajo desde 1971
· La frontera ya está “cerrada”, es decir militarizada de muchas maneras, por una suma de $3.8 Mil millones por año
· El presupuesto anual para la Patrulla Fronteriza fue de $262 millones; en el 2017 fue cerca de $4 mil millones
· La caravana es de de miles de personas que tienen reclamos legítimos de asilo
. La caravana es un resultado a largo plazo de un golpe de estado en el 2009, respaldado por el Gobierno de Obama que condujo a una continua crisis de liderazgo y corrupción desenfrenada en Honduras
. Trump y sus partidarios no se preocupan por los migrantes centroamericanos


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The president threatened the destruction of the American economy to keep out a few asylum seekers.

A yearly caravan of Honduran migrants heading up north through Mexico turn around before they reach the United States (where they intend to apply for asylum) and head back home.

On any given day, about 1 million people cross the border between the United States and Mexico, both Americans and otherwise (a fact even Trump noted in 2016). They do it for work, for travel, for business and for pleasure. There are close to 20,000 trucks per day to the mix, along with 200,000 cars. And, from January through July of 2018, nearly $290 billion in trade crossed the border via rail or truck — $245 billion by truck — and over 40 percent of that was exports from the U.S. to Mexico.

That’s 365 million people a year, 6.4 million trucks, 78 million cars and more than $450 billion in goods last year. A closed border would eliminate all that and more.

It’s probably safe to say that the Trumpistas have no idea that close to 17 million Mexicans visited the U.S. in 2014, generating about $19 billion for the U.S. economy, or that Mexico is one of the top trading partners with border states like California, Arizona and Texas.

Closing the border would force American economic prosperity to a back seat to American fear, lies and propaganda.

According to the president and his legion of uncritical believers, this country is being invaded from the south, not engaging with nations and peoples who power the American economy. Migrants fleeing violence and political turmoil (essentially caused by years of U.S. foreign policy) are seemingly too scary to allow the larger economic relationship to continue unimpeded.

While his tweets are tasty xenophobic red meat for his base — which he serves up any time he seemingly needs a distraction — Trump continues to show his true colors to the rest of us when it comes to his statements about immigration. It worked when he started his campaign in 2015 (“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists.”) and it’s still a main staple for his supporters.

Never mind that actual data from U.S. Border Patrol from 2017 confirms that migrant crossings and arrests have been at their lowest since 1971. Never mind that the border is already “closed” — that is to say, militarized in many ways to the tune of $3.8 billion per year. Think about this one: In 1990, the annual budget for Border Patrol was $262 million; in 2017, it was close to $4 billion. Never mind that the U.S. is already paying Mexico close to $137 million per year for immigration enforcement.

You cannot bring facts to a Trump tweetstorm.

The reality is that it is easier to whip up fear than to inform the country. It is easier to take the plight of thousands who have legitimate claims for asylum, than to become a country that begins to comes to term with the damage it has created in Central America.

Trump and his supporters don’t care about Central American migrants. Instead of showing legitimate interest in why thousands of Hondurans are leaving their country, they are already waging a campaign to discredit their real suffering. Even if Trump knows, he has no interest in helping his base comprehend that the caravan is a long-term result of an Obama administration-backed coup in Honduras in 2009 that led to a continued crisis of leadership and rampant corruption. The result has been a country with no real opportunities, which is part of why those migrants that Trump wants to shun are leaving their homes despite knowing they’re unlikely to receive the asylum they seek.

The Trump caricature of the caravan is fake news — a plot to send new voters screaming to the polls by playing into the same old racialized fears of a lost white America.

A serious discourse about immigration with context, history or actual facts cannot be part of the discussion with Trump because what sells is the image bunch of brown foreigners who are about to terrorize Americans (and vote for Democrats); to have a realistic discussion would require him to lead the country rather than simply sell his voters what he thinks they want to buy. As ridiculous as some of what he says always sounds, as long as Trump tweets it, millions will believe it.

So it’s easier to just say, “Close the border” because that plays well. It gets attention. Challenging xenophobic ideas is more difficult that reinforcing it, especially before a midterm election. In the end, Trump believes that American minds function more to his liking when they are closed — just like the borders, and no matter the cost.