移民キャラバン 今度は中米が歴史の舞台です: ずくなしの冷や水

2018年11月13日

移民キャラバン 今度は中米が歴史の舞台です

FARSNEWS2018/11/12
They Are Coming: Migrant Caravan Resumes March to US Border
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Central American migrant caravan begun another leg of their journey to the US border hastily reinforced by the Army and Marine Corps. The migrants previously made a days-long stop in Mexico City.

The caravan, made up mostly of Hondurans, but also nationals of other Central American countries, is now on the move towards the United States border. Migrants resumed their march north on Saturday morning after spending almost a week in Mexico City, RT reported.

Dozens of people waiting for trains in Mexico subway or boarding heavy trucks or buses somewhere outside the city. Others are seen using cars to continue their journey, A Ruptly video showed.

To get there, migrants will have to travel some 1,700 miles (2,735km) to the Northwest, a much longer route than to the nearest US border crossing at McAllen, Texas, which many consider to be the safest option.

Meanwhile on the other side of the US border, efforts are being made to reinforce it and make it less penetrable from the outside.

The US has deployed 5,200 troops to help border protection thwart what President Donald Trump has described as an impending migrant “invasion”.

For now, the active-duty servicemen have mainly been erecting barbed-wire fences along the border and building shelter accommodation for customs and border protection staff.

As the caravan approaches the US border, Trump has signed an immigration decree requiring asylum seekers to apply at their point of entry to the country and barring illegal immigrants from requesting asylum.

“We need people in our country but they have to come in legally and they have to have merit,” Trump told reporters before departing for Paris.







移民キャラバンがトランプを憲法違反で訴えました。
2018年11月02日
情報機器の発達と世界の格差拡大で移民の流れは止まらない

2018年10月30日
ホンジュラスを発って2週間 移民キャラバン隊













RT2018/11/2
Migrant caravan members sue Trump for violating their ‘constitutional rights’
Twelve Honduran migrants are getting a head start on becoming US citizens by embracing that most American of pastimes: the lawsuit. They are suing the Trump administration for violating their Fifth Amendment due process rights.

The plaintiffs, including six children, are alleging that President Trump’s plans to block the 4,000-odd Central American migrants currently streaming northward toward the US-Mexico border are “shockingly unconstitutional.” They are also suing the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security.

The lawsuit points out that it is common knowledge that Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador are “undergoing a well-documented human rights crisis” and that asylum-seekers are allowed to declare their intentions anywhere, not just at lawful border-crossing points. They claim Trump has no right to keep migrants from entering the US when they have a credible claim of asylum.

Civil rights law firm Nexus Derechos Humanos is representing the migrants. The suit also claims the US is forbidden to send its troops across the Mexican border to block asylum-seekers because the claim process begins as soon as a prospective immigrant indicates they intend to apply for asylum. Ironically, it was right-wing Judge Antonin Scalia who determined in a 1993 ruling that “it is well established that the Fifth Amendment entitles clients to due process of law in a deportation proceeding.”

Asylum claims are granted based on the perception of “credible fear of persecution” in a migrant’s home country, as assessed in an interview, but because of the backlog of immigration cases, migrants often wait years before the hearing that determines whether they can stay in the US permanently. In conversation with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham last week, Trump proposed to build tent cities near the border to house asylum-seekers while they await their hearings, ending the practice of “catch and release” that he partially blames for the influx of illegal immigrants into the country.

Trump’s estimate of how many troops he wants to send south has been climbing steadily since the caravans started massing south of Mexico last month, and his fantasy army numbered about 15,000 at last count. There are currently about 5,200 troops at the border.

The lawsuit also questions whether Trump’s “tent cities” conform to the Flores rule, which prohibits the detention of minors for over 20 days and sets other limits on the conditions in which asylum seekers may be held. A California judge denied the administration’s request for a modification of Flores earlier this year.

The suit is ultimately looking for a legal declaration that Trump’s border plan is unconstitutional. Such a ruling would essentially throw open the gates to the hordes of migrants currently walking and being bused north through Guatemala and Mexico.

Social media reacted with confusion and amusement, marveling that the migrants had thought to pack a US lawyer with them, while others took note that the suit referred to Trump as ‘our’ President.


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:56| Comment(2) | 国際・政治
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日本の救世主安倍総理が、国会にだした入管法改正法案(移民法)が成立すれば、貧困層の賃金が20パーセント下がる予測もでています。米国みたいになって下層階級が生まれますね。日本も食料配給券を2000万人の日本人に配るつもりですよ。
Posted by 西 亨 at 2018年11月09日 20:20
欧州にこういうのが殺到して、レイプとか起きまくって右派が伸びた。
日本はそういうことから教訓を得るほど、ものを考える人間はいません。
バカばっかりの国は潰れます。
30万人来て、生活保護与えたら、地方の自治体は壊滅します。
選挙権与えたら、何も、草一本も、残らないでしょう。
Posted by hiyaase at 2018年11月10日 19:18
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