Mexican President Thinks US Is Other Mexico!!!


Here’s a story I’ve been holding on to for a couple of days …….


Forget so-called “Mexifornia.” How about the United States of Mexico?

On Monday, Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto called on other states to “evolve” like California so the United States can be more like his home country. 

Appearing with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and California Governor Jerry Brown in Los Angeles, Peña Nieto called for amnesty legislation and more open borders while blasting governors who have taken a tough stance on illegal immigration.

“This is the other Mexico,” Peña Nieto reportedly “said of the United States, which is property to an estimated 11 million Mexican immigrants,” according to the Los Angeles Times.

After President Barack Obama enacted his temporary amnesty program for illegal immigrants in 2012, the number of illegal immigrant juveniles–nearly 90% of whom are teenagers–who have been apprehended has drastically spiked. Since October of last year, close to 63,000 illegal immigrants have been detained, nearly all having been lured by the hope of getting “permisos” or amnesty. Most of those illegal immigrants are Central Americans who have traveled through Mexico, often without much resistance, to the United States. Yet, Obama may soon double down on his executive amnesty, as the White House has indicated that he may grant temporary amnesty and work permits to possibly five million more illegal immigrants. 

In California, Brown has already given illegal immigrants driver’s licenses, made California a sanctuary state, and signed the California DREAM Act. Peña Nieto thanked Brown for his generosity toward illegal immigrants and called on other governors to follow suit, chastising those who are against open borders as unethical.

“There are still states that have not evolved so much as California, that still skimp on recognition and, even worse, the rights of immigrants,” Peña Nieto said, according to the Associated Press. “Those who still believe and bet for the exclusion and discrimination or the rejection of diversity … I only have one thing to say: the future, and a very near future, will demonstrate your ethical mistake. Time will show we’re right.”

Governors across the country from Texas to Maine have expressed concerns that communities do not have the resources to absorb so many illegal immigrants. Others have expressed concerns about communicable diseases and crime that illegal immigrants can bring across the border. 

Though Peña Nieto did not offer to help those governments absorb illegal immigrants in their communities and schools, he did reportedly promise scholarships for DREAMers and, “during the ceremony, a group of students from Mexico was awarded scholarships to attend California universities including UCLA, Cal State Northridge and Cal State Long Beach.”

According to Pew Research, a “record 33.7 million Hispanics of Mexican origin resided in the United States in 2012,” and that estimate included “11.4 million immigrants born in Mexico and 22.3 million born in the U.S. who self-identified as Hispanics of Mexican origin.” Mexicans accounted for “nearly two-thirds (64%) of the U.S. Hispanic population in 2012” and made up roughly 28% percent of all foreign-born residents in the United States.

Yeh, well, pinhead Peña, in a nation where only a little more than 10% of the population is of Mexican origin, I’d say you’re a little off in your declaration that this is another Mexico.  And, more than that, we don’t want to be a failed little nation barely making 2nd world status.

And, you say other states haven’t “evolved” like Cali?  I believe the  proper word would be “devolved”.  Look at the mess Cali is!!!  It once was a jewel of the US! 

Here’s something for predictions, in the very near future, we’re not going to have an anti-American coward in office.

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13 Responses to Mexican President Thinks US Is Other Mexico!!!

  1. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    He probably just wants Texas back. And California. Oh, wait he can have California:

    California Legislature Passes Ban on Disposable Plastic Bags

    On the other hand if Obama offered him California he’d probably graciously and sensibly decline.

  2. DirkH says:

    “And, more than that, we don’t want to be a failed little nation barely making 2nd world status. ”

    Hombre; careful.
    Mexico 37% of GDP public debt.
    Estados Unidos: 71.80%.
    Oh, and the other Mexico at the pole (aka Canada): 86.30%.

    • Me says:

      So what is Germany’s? 😆

    • suyts says:

      Dirk, it doesn’t change the fact that Mexico is run by cartels. One can be stopped by semi-uniformed heavily armed people, randomly, on their highways, and they can either be federales, or cartel. There are towns with no streets. They can have 0% GDP public debt, and they’d still be a failed society.

    • kim2ooo says:

      C’mon, I have been spoiled by you… to accept this 🙂


      Remittances, or contributions sent by Mexicans living abroad, mostly in the United States, to their families at home in Mexico, are a substantial and growing part of the Mexican economy; they comprised $22.4 billion in 2012.[43] In 2004, they became the tenth largest source of foreign income after oil, industrial exports, manufactured goods, electronics, heavy industry, automobiles, construction, food, and banking & financial services. Remittances are a larger part of the Mexican economy than tourism expenditures and represented 2.1 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product.[44] The growth of remittances has been remarkable: they have more than doubled since 1997, although they have since decreased somewhat [45] Recorded remittance transactions exceeded 41 million in 2003, of which 86 percent were made by electronic transfer.[46]

      The Mexican government, cognizant of the economic viability of immigrant workers, began issuing an upgraded version of the Matrícula Consular de Alta Seguridad (MACS, High Security Consular Identification), an identity document issued at Mexican consulates abroad. This document is now accepted as a valid identity card in 32 US states, as well as thousands of police agencies, hundreds of cities and counties, as well as banking institutions.[46]


      • suyts says:

        Right, the $ is an important part of their economy …. weird, you’d thought a right economy and society would have their own currency. …. what’s a Peso?

  3. leftinflagstaff says:

    Since we’re doing all this ‘Yours is mine’ stuff, can I have Cancun?

  4. Heh.


    Country name:
    conventional long form: United Mexican States
    conventional short form: Mexico
    local long form: Estados Unidos Mexicanos
    local short form: Mexico

  5. philjourdan says:

    He is just another racist scumbag. I am sure he sees all Norte Americanos as gringos as well. In Brown’s case, he is correct.

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