Meddling Mexican Foreign Secretary
Luis
Ernesto Derbez
Mexican Foreign Minister Ernesto Derbez (right) speaks at a press conference in Mexico City, May 20, 2003. Derbez announced new measures designed to protect illegal migrants trying to enter the United States. Derbez said Mexico would crack down on illegal migrant smugglers which migrants pay to take them across the border. -- Derbez's predecessor, obnoxious reconquista and rabid Marxist Jorge Castañeda, quit in January, 2003 after he failed to successfully dump millions of impoverished Mexican strip-miners off on the United States via an amnesty scam, something that Mexico never seems to give up on.


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Derbez Watch
San Diego Union-Tribune -- November 16, 2006
Envoy sees uneasy U.S.-Mexico ties
The ongoing binational controversy over immigration has created a "more distant and difficult" dialogue between the United States and Mexico during President Vicente Fox's term in office, the Mexican foreign minister said during a visit to San Diego this week...AP Internal Use Only


Derbez Watch
El Universal -- Mexico City -- October 5, 2006
Radical Mexican kook fumes over border fence in Congress
Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez expressed frustration on Wednesday with the US' decision to build a border wall to stem migration, saying the measure was "mistaken and unfortunate." -- "I am frustrated by this unfortunate and wrong-headed decision that does not provide solutions to the immigration issue," he said. [More Mexican meddling]

Screw Mexico
¡México!
Associated Press -- September 29, 2006 
Corruption-bloated Mexico steps up U.S. meddling
Mexico said Friday it will try to persuade Bush not to sign a bill that would extend a wall along the border in an effort to stop [illegal aliens... criminals]. -- Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez said if the legislation is approved, Mexico will send a letter strongly condemning the measure. Asked by a reporter if that meant the government...AP Internal Use Only


Derbez Watch
Reuters -- September 18, 2006
Arrogant Mexican vows fence won't stop invasion
...Luis Ernesto Derbez, Mexico's foreign minister, criticized the proposed fence and said ordered, legal immigration was the only way to solve the problem. -- "It is a shame that barriers are thought to be the solution to immigration. They just make the process more complicated for our citizens, but will not impede their passage," he said.AP Internal Use Only

Screw Mexico
¡México!
Dallas Morning News -- July 28, 2006
Mexico holds out for U.S. sellout
Foreign Minister Luis Ernesto Derbez said Thursday that Mexico remains hopeful that the U.S. will pass an immigration- reform measure [amnesty] this year and that, if not, the next Mexican administration will continue to press the case. -- Mr. Derbez said at a news conference that the government is encouraged...AP Internal Use Only


Resendiz
WOAI -- San Antonio -- June 24, 2006
Mexico to fight Railroad Killer's execution
The Mexican government announced today that it plans to fight Tuesday's execution of a Mexican man known as the "Railroad Killer" based on the argument that he is mentally unstable. -- Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez has sent a letter to the Texas parole board... [More Mexican meddling]AP Internal Use Only


Derbez Watch
Reuters -- May 18, 2006
Mexico protests new walls on border
Mexico will complain to the U.S. government about plans to build security fences and deploy National Guard troops along the border to curb illegal immigration, the foreign minister said on Thursday. -- Luis Ernesto Derbez said Mexico would send a note protesting the plans to build new walls and send the National Guard to the 2,000-mile border...AP Internal Use Only

Screw Mexico
Washington Times -- May 17, 2006
Arrogant Mexicans vow to sue if Guard detains invaders
..."If there is a real wave of rights abuses, if we see the National Guard starting to directly participate in detaining people ... we would immediately start filing lawsuits through our consulates," Mexican Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez told a Mexico City radio station. He did not offer further details.AP Internal Use Only

¡Viva México! 
¡Viva México!
Colleen Cason -- Ventura County Star -- May 3, 2006
Mexican "leaders" watch protest from cheap seats

...Talk about luxury. Mexico has the luxury of dumping its failed economic model on its neighbor to the north. And then criticizing this country for trying to deal with the mess. -- Ernesto Derbez, Mexico's foreign secretary, recently accused the U.S. Congress of caving into "xenophobic" extremists in crafting its immigration-reform bill...AP Internal Use Only


Derbez Watch
El Universal -- Mexico City -- March 30, 2006
Corrupt Mexicans want to help run U. S. 'guest' scheme
Mexico offers health, housing and jobs programs to ensure the return of temporary migrant workers. -- Mexico should play a role in temporary-worker programs by providing incentives for migrants to return to their country, including health, housing and jobs programs, Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez said late Tuesday night.AP Internal Use Only

Bush Crony Garza
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Voice of America -- January 26, 2006
US Envoy Demands Explanation of Mexican Border Incident
The U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Tony Garza, has sent a formal diplomatic note to the government of Mexico regarding an incident on the border with Texas on January 23 in which men who appeared to be Mexican soldiers crossed over the border. Texas lawmen on the scene say the soldiers were there to guard an illicit drug shipment.AP Internal Use Only

Stinkin' Liar
Derbez
Associated Press -- January 26, 2006
Derbez suggests U.S. military could be behind border incident
Mexico City -- Mexico's foreign secretary suggested Thursday that uniformed men using a military- style Humvee to help drug traffickers on the border could have been U.S. soldiers or criminals disguised as Mexican troops. -- The comments by Luis Ernesto Derbez came a day after U.S. Ambassador Tony Garza issued a strongly worded statement...AP Internal Use Only

Screw Mexico
¡México!
Associated Press -- January 10, 2006
Mexico demands U.S. allow more immigration
Diplomats from Mexico and Central America on Monday demanded guest worker programs and the legalization of [illegal aliens... criminals] in the United States, while criticizing a U.S. proposal for tougher border enforcement. -- Meeting in Mexico's capital, the regional officials... indirectly condemned a U.S. bill that would make illegal entry a felony and extend border walls.AP Internal Use Only


Derbez Watch
La Jornada -- Mexico City -- January 9, 2006
Derbez seeks concensus with foreign Chancellors
Mexico will seek today to establish joint postures and actions with the governments of Central America about the Sensebrenner amendment, qualified as ""defective" by the Foreign Relations Secretary, Luis Ernesto Derbez, because it lacks the migratory component. -- The chancellors of these countries will meet today...[See: Meddling Mexicans]AP Internal Use Only

Screw Mexico
¡México!
Arizona Republic -- January 6, 2006
Mexican refuses to rule out trial-in-absence of B.P. agent
...But Derbez also said that Mexico might consider a trial-in-absence of the Border Patrol officer, and he added that he believed last week's shooting death of Guillermo Martinez was caused by "a negative atmosphere" toward migrants in the United States. The Border Patrol says the shooting occurred after the migrant... [See: Meddling Mexicans]AP Internal Use Only

Meddling Mexicans
MexiData.US -- January 4, 2006
Mexicans plotting attack on Sensenbrenner bill
In a meeting to be held Thursday, January 5, with Mexico's ambassador to the U.S., Carlos A. de Icaza, and Mexican consuls from throughout the U.S., Secretary of Foreign Relations Luis Ernesto Derbez will refine the final details regarding the secretariat's countervailing strategy against the effects of the "anti- immigrant debate"... {Also see: Meddling Mexicans]AP Internal Use Only

Screw Mexico
¡México!
Dominican Today -- December 28, 2005
Mexican foreign minister visits US, plugs immigration reform
Washington -- Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Ernesto Derbez returned to his country on Tuesday without concrete results but having impressed on U.S. authorities Mexico's interest in such immigration reform as eschews a physical wall along the border and acknowledges the contribution Mexican workers make to the U.S. economy. [See: Meddling Mexicans]AP Internal Use Only


Derbez Watch
El Universal - Mexico City - December 26, 2005  (Roughly translated)
Annoying Mexican whines to Zoellick over Sensenbrenner bill
Mexico is a strategic partner key for the United States, today affirmed Robert Zoellick, undersecretary of the Department of State, after receiving to the Mexican chancellor Luis Ernesto Derbez, who raised the opposition to him from Mexico to the construction of an border wall.Local-

Say NO to Mexico
El Universal -- Mexico City -- December 16, 2005
Mexico presses U.S. on reforms
The United States would benefit more from a migration reform that includes the legalization of Mexican immigrants and a temporary guest- worker program than one focusing only on border security, a top Mexican official said Thursday. -- Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez, reiterating Mexico´s long-held position... [See: Meddling Mexicans]AP Internal Use Only

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