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Dave Boyer -- Washington Times -- April 3, 2012   
Meddling Mexican urges Obama, Congress to tighten gun laws  
After listening to Mexico's president lecture about the need for Washington to ban assault weapons, President Obama said Monday that the U.S. has an obligation to combat gun smuggling that he said is fueled increasingly by drug addicts in rural communities. -- Saying drug addiction in the U.S. "traditionally was very urban," Mr. Obama said at a White House news conference that is changing...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- March 6, 2012   
Calderon and Biden: U.S. guns fuel Mexican violence and crime   
Like a drowning man desperately clutching for a lifesaver, Mexico's President Felipe Calderon on Monday demanded that more be done by the United States law enforcement community to curtail arms trafficking along the U.S.-Mexico border, a U.S. drug enforcement agent tells the Law Enforcement Examiner. -- During his meeting with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden in Mexico City, President Felipe Calderon said...

Ronald W. Mortensen -- Center for Immigration Studies -- December 29, 2011   
Mexico protects its interests with a friend of the court brief, and a friend in court
Last week, Mexico and 13 other Latin American countries filed a friend of the court brief asserting that Utah's immigration enforcement act (HB497) "threatens the human rights" of their nationals. -- According to a press release issued by the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, "The Mexican Government will continue to make use of all available means..."

Global Post -- December 21, 2011  
Meddling Mexicans bat against Utah law  
The Mexican government again waded into the cauldron of U.S. immigration politics, this time over a law in Utah. -- On Tuesday, Mexico's Foreign Relations Department announced it had presented a motion supporting the U.S. federal government in attempts to declare the Utah law unconstitutional. -- "The Mexican motion counts with the support of 15 Latin American countries," the department said in a news release...

Fox News Latino -- November 9, 2011   
Meddling foreigners ask to join Obama Regime's attack on S.C.   
Citing concerns for their citizens, sixteen nations from Latin America and the Caribbean have asked to join in the U.S. Justice Department's lawsuit against South Carolina's controversial law that aims to curb the number of undocumented immigrants in the state. -- Mexico, Honduras, Brazil, Ecuador, Chile and other countries filed papers Tuesday, asking to join the Justice Department's litigation in Charleston...

Tom Tancredo --  -- October 28, 2011   
The Mexican government's war on U.S. Border Patrol   
Down in Gov. Perry's backyard in west Texas, where they supposedly have the Mexican border under control, another Border Patrol agent has been prosecuted and sentenced to prison for doing his job in arresting drug smugglers. His name is Jesus Diaz, and if you rely on the mainstream media for news of the border region, you have never heard of him...

EFE -- Madrid -- October 17, 2011   
Calderon whines about U.S. deportation of illegals   
Mexico, DF -- President Felipe Calderon on Monday accused U.S. authorities of deporting Mexican criminals to save on judicial costs, a policy that ostensibly "exacerbates" violence in this country. -- Within the framework of the inauguration of National Immigration Week 2011 in this capital, Calderon said that, for example, U.S. authorities "are deporting up to 80,000 people in a year" into the border cities...

EFE -- Madrid -- October 12, 2011   
Another meddling Mexican carps about U.S. immigration laws   
Mexican singer Pablo Montero criticised anti-[illegal immigration] laws that have been enacted in different parts of the US and asked the White House to give [illegal aliens] a little more help. -- The artist, who will appear in concert next week in Arizona, one of the states with the toughest anti-immigrant laws, said the US government should understand the hard times [illegal aliens] are going through...

Allan Wall -- -- October 11, 2011   
Calderon's fifth U.S. visit in 2011   
Mexican President Felipe Calderon recently made his fifth visit to the U.S. in calendar year 2011. -- This fifth visit was a working trip to New York and Los Angeles. -- On September 19th, in New York City, Calderon addressed the Americas Society / Council of the Americas (AS/COA) in the Waldorf Astoria. -- On the 20th, Calderon participated in the inaugural session of...

Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser -- August 4, 2011       
Foreign governments file briefs against Alabama immigration law   
Mexico and 15 other nations filed briefs this afternoon against Alabama's strict new immigration law, saying it threatened the rights of their citizens and raised “substantial challenges” to the countries’ relationship with the United States. -- "They want to make sure their citizens are treated correctly, and they have a sovereign interest in the way in which immigration law is carried out by the United States," said Edward Still...

Fox News -- Charlotte -- August 4, 2011        
Meddling Mexican government at it again   
...'What the Consulate in North Carolina and around the country seem to be doing is serving as an intermediary between Mexicans and our government and our judicial process,' said Ira Mehlman, national spokesman for FAIR. 'That is not their role.' -- But [illegal aliens] are going through the U.S. court system. Being told by police and prosecutors that they have certain rights...

Atlanta Journal-Constitution -- July 18, 2011         
Mexican government mole and notorious scumbag Maus whining again 
Any Georgia adult who uses a fake ID to get a job could go to prison for 15 years and pay a fine of $250,000. --- "Not only does it not fit the crime, it's absolutely anti-human rights," said Teodoro Maus, [former Mexican Consul General for Atlanta and current pro-Mexican invasion activist who should have been deported long ago]. "It's ridiculous. It's unbelievable."

EFE -- Madrid -- July 16, 2011          
Meddling Mexicans urge Latinos to "combat racism" in U.S.
Fairfax, Va. -- Mexican rock band Mana urged thousands of Hispanic concert-goers here to take a stand against racism in the United States and never forget where they come from. -- "Never forget your roots ... we have to keep fighting those lousy damn racists," lead singer Fernando "Fher" Olvera told some 10,000 people...

Savannah Morning News -- July 2, 2011        
People urged not to shop, work to protest Georgia law   
..."We will mark our presence with our absence so that the state of Georgia takes note of the important role and contributions of Latinos in the state," the group's president, Teodoro Maus, said. -- Georgia's Hispanic population has nearly doubled since 2000, to 865,689, or nearly 10 percent of the state's population, according to 2010 Census figures...

Atlanta Journal-Constitution -- July 2, 2011        
Thousands toss tantrum over new anti-illegal immigration law   
...D.A. King, president of The Dustin Inman Society, which he described as "pro-enforcement on American immigration and employment laws," said the rally participants are on the opposite side of the majority of U.S. opinion. -- "Most Americans realize that we take in more legal immigrants than any nation on the planet..." [See Meddling Mexican Maus Watch]

Access North Georgia -- July 1, 2011         
Meddling former Mexican Consul General stirring up trouble   
A Hispanic advocacy group has called on Latinos in Georgia to not "work, buy, sell or spend" today in protest of the new immigration law which is effective today. --- Teodoro Maus, president of GLAHR, said, "We are calling on people of conscience, regardless of race, religion, or work activity, to join in this protest. The moment a person is "tagged" as "illegal, (it demerits) their dignity as human beings."

Atlanta Journal-Constitution -- June 27, 2011         
Judge halts parts of anti-illegal immigration law   
..."We know that the law is completely unconstitutional," said Teodoro Maus of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, one of the many organizations that is challenging the law in court. "We will continue organizing until it is erased from Georgia's books and our community is respected in this state for all we contribute." [Maus is the obnoxious former Mexican Consul General of Atlanta who stayed to push the invasion after he retired. He ought to be deported.]

Jeannie DeAngelis -- Big Government -- June 20, 2011    
Mexico sues Georgia over immigration law   
By way of law and order and in an effort to protect its citizenry, the state of Georgia has enacted an anti-illegal immigration law similar to SB 1070 proposed by the state of Arizona. -- Georgia's measure seeks to "empower police to investigate the immigration status of certain suspects... punishes people who transport or harbor illegal immigrants in Georgia or use fake identification to get a job."

Atlanta Journal-Constitution -- June 16, 2011     
Mexico, other countries seek to halt Georgia's new anti-illegal immigration law 
The Anti-Defamation League, Mexico and the governments of several Central and South American countries filed court papers Wednesday in support of efforts to halt Georgia's tough new immigration enforcement law. -- The other countries joining on the side of those seeking a preliminary injunction in the case include Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- June 15, 2011   
Mexico, other nations allowed to sue states with new immigration laws   
Last week, several Latin American countries filed an amicus brief in U.S. District Court in Salt Lake City in opposition to a new Utah law which allows local law enforcement to arrest illegal aliens and bans them from using state-funded services. -- The brief was filed by the governments of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico...

American Patrol Report Feature -- June 9, 2011    
One Continent -- One Culture: Latin American insurgency now in the open   
Salt Lake City -- More than a dozen Latin and South American countries have joined Mexico in expressing potential international fallout over Utah's illegal immigration enforcement law. -- In a court brief filed Tuesday, the Mexican government lists several reasons for its opposition to HB497, including impeding diplomatic relations, hindering trade and tourism and possible harassment of Mexican citizens...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- June 9, 2011   
Mexicans blast execution of alien murderer in Texas   
Mexicans on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are protesting the upcoming execution of a criminal alien rapist and murderer scheduled for July 7, 2011, in Texas. -- Because the convicted killer is a Mexican citizen, the Calderon government is questioning the procedures that were utilized in sentencing the death row prisoner, Humberto Leal Garcia...

Salt Lake Tribune -- June 8, 2011    
Meddlesome foreigners line up to oppose Utah immigration law    
More than a dozen Latin American countries have filed legal briefs in federal court arguing Utah's enforcement-only immigration law will damage international relationships and urging the judge to rule it unconstitutional. -- And on Tuesday, the Utah Attorney General's Office asked for and was granted a 30-day extension in which to respond to the lawsuit...

Allan Wall -- -- May 31, 2011   
Can we kick meddling Mexican Arturo Sarukhan out of the U.S.?    
In case you hadn't heard, Carlos Pascual, U.S. ambassador to Mexico, resigned his post on March 19, and is awaiting his replacement. -- Officially, Pascual resigned, but he did so under duress. His problem was that he had fallen out of favor with Mexican president Felipe Calderon. Essentially, the President of Mexico hounded him out of office...

KXTV-TV -- Sacramento -- May 7, 2011    
Meddling Mexican globalist in bankrupt California pushing amnesty
Stockton -- Former Mexican President Vicente Fox told reporters in a Friday afternoon news conference that he hopes to inspire University of Pacific graduates at their commencement Saturday. --- He also weighed in on the immigration issue, saying he does not believe that open borders are the answer. On the other hand, however, he does believe workers already in this country with jobs should be provided documents... [Related item with irritating video]

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- April 26, 2011    
Corrupt Mexican gov't to file lawsuit against U.S. gun industry   
In what's being characterized as Mexico's latest attempt to squeeze the United States for more cash, the officials of that corrupt and impoverished country announced yesterday they've hired a United States law firm in order to sue the U.S. gun industry. -- President Felipe Calderon and other Mexican government officials are accusing American manufacturers and retailers of...

Katie Dionne -- The Examiner -- April 13, 2011   
9th Circuit Court decision based on "heckler's veto" from Mexico   
In a joint statement released by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne both expressed their indignation at the 9th Circuit's consideration of a foreign government's opinion, and ultimate sway, of American judges in an American court...

Fox News -- April 12, 2011   
Meddlesome Mexicans hail legal setback for Arizona's SB1070 
The Mexican government expressed its "full agreement" with a U.S. court's rejection of a motion by the state of Arizona to lift a stay blocking enforcement of parts of law SB1070, a measure aimed at criminalizing [illegal aliens.... criminals]. -- The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton did not abuse her authority in blocking some of the more controversial provisions of the state law... #sb1070

WXIA-TV -- Atlanta -- March 24, 2011  
Teodoro's mob tosses hissy fit at Georgia State House   
...Protestors gathered Thursday said the won't support and won't comply with the proposed laws. Teodoro Maus, president of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, called the legislation racist. --- D.A. King, president of The Dustin Inman Society, which calls itself "a coalition of citizens for a secure Georgia", said the bills are fair, necessary, legal...

WXIA-TV -- Atlanta -- March 24, 2011     
Former Mexican official organizes Atlanta pro-amnesty tantrum   
A massive immigration rally is headed for the State Capitol Thursday. -- Teodoro Muas, President of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights, calls House Bill 87 and Senate Bill 40 racist. --"You lose all civil rights, all human rights, all constitutional rights. Everything goes out the window," Muas said. "Human beings are not illegal."

All Headline News -- March 16, 2011     
Meddling Mexicans reconsider strategy to oppose state illegal immigration laws
The Mexican government is revising its policy of opposing U.S. state laws designed to crack down on illegal immigration. The Mexican ambassador to the United States met this week in Atlanta with Mexican consulate officials from states with some of the toughest laws and proposed legislation against illegal immigration...

Global Atlanta -- March 16, 2011     
Mexican Ambassador on immigration, drug violence and trade   
Arturo Sarukhan spewed, among other things: "...Unlike some pundits that falsely propose that immigrants come to the U.S. to take jobs and benefits, it has been proven over and over again that they give way more to the system than what they take, and that they come to this country to work. Georgia is living proof of how migrants have contributed to the economic growth..."

Alan Wall -- -- March 11, 2011    
More Mexican meddling. More American abasement...   
Last week saw the yet another Mexican presidential visit (March 2-3) It was blessedly short. Felipe Calderon was in Washington less than 24 hours. He met with President Obama, they held a press conference, he had a luncheon with corporate CEOs and another with Obama, and a meeting with Speaker of the House Boehner...

CNS News -- March 8, 2011     
Calderon: 'Anti-American feeling in Mexico is growing' over the invasion  
Mexican President Felipe Calderon, during his visit to Washington, D.C., this week, indicated that "anti-American" sentiment is growing in Mexico because of how the people there view Americans' perception of illegal immigration [aka crime]. -- Prior to going forward with immigration reform [read: amnesty] in the United States...

The Dustin Inman Society -- Marietta, Ga. -- March 5, 2011     
Georgia Rep. Ramsey gives it to the arrogant Mexican Consul General  
..."I find it incredibly arrogant and audacious that the Mexican government would inject itself into the Georgia Legislature's debate on this pressing state issue," Ramsey said in a statement he issued in response Friday evening. "Their time would be better spent identifying ways to reform the extraordinary levels of corruption in Mexican government and society and improve their nation's deplorable economy..."

Atlanta Journal-Constitution -- March 5, 2011   
Meddling Mexicans whining about Georgia anti-illegal immigration legislation
Atlanta's Mexican Consulate is expressing concerns over the "potentially grave effects" pending legislation targeting illegal immigration could have on Mexican nationals here. -- In a statement released Friday, the consulate singled out House Bill 87, which passed Georgia's House on Thursday...

Dow Jones Newswire -- March 4, 2011     
Meddling Mexican pushes globalist agenda on U.S. soil   
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Thursday that North American economies must pursue further integration to compete with Asia and the rest of the world. -- "We must understand that true competition lies not between us, but between our region and the rest of the world," Calderon said in a speech following a bilateral meeting with President Barack Obama...

Weasel Zippers / CNS News -- March 4, 2011       
Meddling Mexican and Obama calling for illegal alien amnesty... again   
Mexican President Felipe Calderon yesterday joined President Barack Obama in calling for "comprehensive" immigration reform [aka amnesty], a term used to describe reform that includes granted legal status to illegal aliens in the United States. -- "We have also discussed immigration, an issue on which both countries have responsibilities," Obama said...

McClatchy Newspapers -- February 12, 2011     
Another meddling Mexican surfaces... this time in South Carolina   
Columbia, SC -- Carlos Flores Vizcarra was appointed consul general of Mexico for the Carolinas in October 2009 after spending five years in Phoenix, Ariz., so he's especially attuned to the nation's - and South Carolina's - debate over immigration laws...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- February 3, 2011     
Mexican ambassador says illegals burdening taxpayers is "urban myth"  
The Mexican ambassador to the United States, Arturo Sarukhan, recently did an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, during which, he criticized American lawmakers around the country who have proposed crackdowns on illegal immigration which he says is "poisoning" relations between the United States and Mexico...

Los Angeles Times -- January 27, 2011    
LAPD Chief busy kowtowing to foreign meddlers over invaders   
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck thrust himself into the debate over policing and immigration this week by reemphasizing that his department does not stop people based on their immigration status [See Special Order 40]. -- Beck participated in Spanish-language public service announcements with consuls general from Mexico and five Central American countries to drive home the message...

The American Thinker -- Bellevue, Wash. -- January 22, 2011    
Mexico's new I.D. cards; don't show them to the gringos   
During all of the furor over Arizona's SB1070 immigration enforcement law last spring, one of the most egregious attacks on the sovereignty of the border state came in the form of a highly inappropriate and insulting speech by Mexican President Calderon before the U.S. Congress...

Associated Press -- December 15, 2010     
US, Mexico commission meets on border violence; Mexico whines   
Mexico, DF -- A joint U.S.-Mexico committee met for the first time Wednesday to address border management issues and border violence. -- The committee was created By Presidents Barack Obama and Felipe Calderon in May. -- Mexico has expressed concern about the deaths of [Mexican illegal aliens] during recent incidents involving U.S. Border Patrol officers... [See Big Sis Watch]

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- November 24, 2010    
Mexican senators object to strings attached to U.S. aid money   
The Mexican attorney general announced on Saturday that he is in the process of working with his United States counterparts in pushing through the extradition of an accused narco-terrorist to the U.S. -- But some Mexican legislators are demanding revisions to the treaty that permits Mexico and the U.S. to cooperate in the war on violent drug gangs...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- November 18, 2010          
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Mr. Bata, a political analyst, discusses the mid-term elections and the importance of the Hispanic vote. He says the Hispanic vote shows that it is not immovable, and that the immigration issue is an issue in certain states and certain circumstances. The election of Hispanics in New Mexico, Nevada and Florida show that...

Allan Wall -- -- November 9, 2010     
Mexican diplomat telling U.S. what to do... in Geneva   
The Mexican government never stops making pronouncements on U.S. immigration policy. The other day a Mexican diplomat was declaring how the U.S. should do things over in Geneva, at a hearing of the United Nations Human Rights Council...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- November 7, 2010     
Illegal alien's execution date set 15 years after his conviction... Mexico objects   
On Thursday, Texas State District Judge Maria Teresa Herr set a July 7, 2011 execution date for Humberto Leal Jr., 37. The Mexican national was convicted of the 1994 rape and murder of 16-year-old Adria Sauceda. -- Leal raped the girl in a field in San Antonio, before bashing her head in with a rock... [See Crime Watch]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- November 5, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Enrique Serrano, President of the Chihuahua State Congress, stated that he will search for close contacts with the new U.S. members of Congress in order to keep alive the immigration reform legislative agenda [read: amnesty] in the United States...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- November 3, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
In Arizona, consuls from El Salvador, Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador and Honduras plan to meet on Dec. 16 to "define a strategy" regarding the results of the elections on Nov. 2nd. They aim to be prepared to confront "a racial law" and "attacks to the Hispanic community" promoted by candidates such as Jan Brewer, governor of Arizona...

Ryan Grim -- Huffington Post -- October 27, 2010     
Pelosi: Meddling Mexicans lobbying against pot legalization   
Senior Mexican government officials have lobbied U.S. leaders against legalizing marijuana in California, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (who represents San Francisco) told HuffPost. The opposition to Proposition 19 further complicates what is already a disputed relationship between legalizing marijuana in the United States and reducing cartel violence in Mexico...

Rick Oltman of CAPS -- The Examiner -- October 25, 2010   
We're from the Mexican gov't and we're here to help   
The Mexican Consulate in Tucson is whining again. This time he says that Mexicans living in Tucson don't trust the police. -- Juan Manuel Calderon Jaimes says Mexicans are scared to report crimes for fear they might be turned over to immigration authorities... [More from Rick Oltman] [Examiner items]

Terence P. Jeffrey -- CNS News -- October 21, 2010     
Brewer: Obama, Calderon both want invasion to continue to boost liberal vote in U.S. 
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer told that she believes neither President Barack Obama of the U.S. nor President Felipe Calderon of Mexico wants to secure the U.S.-Mexico border because they hope illegal aliens will increase liberal voters in the United States. -- "I think it's just amazing that the Mexican government, along with President Calderon and the bordering governors that interact with us..."

Arizona Republic -- Phoenix -- October 15, 2010     
Brewer planning Mexico response   
If Gov. Jan Brewer gets the chance, she'll tell the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit that Mexico has no business meddling in the court fight over Arizona's new immigration law. -- Brewer is appealing a U.S. District Court ruling that halted enactment of parts of the immigration law...

Associated Press -- October 13, 2010   
Brewer slams Mexico for legal brief criticizing immigration law   
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has responded in federal court to a friend-of-the-court brief filed by Mexico and 10 other Latin American countries regarding the state's new immigration law. -- In the filing Wednesday, Brewer says Mexico is interfering with a dispute in the U.S. and has other forums to issue political opinions than federal U.S. court...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- October 8, 2010         
Amnesty-obsessed meddling Mexicans bellyaching about troublesome Obama
...Mexico, like the rest of the world, had high expectations placed on the first African-American president of the power to the North. Being the son of an alien, a man of simple origins and "progressive" ideals -- by American standards -- it was hoped that he would innovate and confront the neighboring nation's old problems with new vigor... [See Obama Watch and Amnesty Watch]

Jim Kouri, CPP -- The Examiner -- October 7, 2010     
U.N., Latin America join Obama's attack on Arizona   
This week, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that about eleven Latin American countries -- Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru and Chile -- are permitted to submit Amicus Briefs in the U.S. Department of Justice's challenge... [Related Feature]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- October 7, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Jorge Bustamante, a Mexican "UN special spokesman for immigrants' human rights," said that the "atmosphere of xenophobia" in various parts of the United States is bringing about abuses of immigrants, despite the suspension of parts of the Arizona law. "In the interim, situations are occurring derived from that ambience of xenophobia that predominates in the state of Arizona..."

Agence France-Presse -- October 6, 2010    
Calderon carping about possible changes in California law   
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said it would be a "problem" for Mexico if California votes to legalize the recreational use of marijuana in November, in an interview published Wednesday. -- "It will create a problem for us that will be difficult to resolve," said Calderon, who has faced spiraling drug violence...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- October 6, 2010     
Appeals court allows foreign nations to join federal suit against Arizona   
The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the nations of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay and Peru to file briefs against Arizona's SB1070. -- On Tuesday evening, Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) said: "As do many citizens, I find it incredibly offensive that these foreign governments are using our court system to meddle in a domestic legal dispute and to oppose the rule of law." [Related Feature]

All Headline News -- October 6, 2010     
Meddling Mexicans complain about lack of heath care for illegals in U.S.   
...Jorge Bustamante, a professor at the Northern Border College in Tijuana, Mexico, said, "Laws like the Arizona law are a consequence of the xenophobic wave that has arisen after the start of the economic and financial crisis" in the United States, Bustamante said. -- He also denied that Mexicans are contributing to U.S. economic problems...

Politico -- October 6, 2010     
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer slams 'foreign interference' in immigration lawsuit   
In a new twist in the fight over Arizona's immigration law, Gov. Jan Brewer (R) on Tuesday asked a federal court to disallow foreign governments from joining the U.S. Justice Department's suit to overturn the law. -- The move comes in response to a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling issued Monday... [More neddling by foreigners]

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner -- October 6, 2010     
Mexico, other countries trying to influence court's decision on SB1070
Mexico as well as other countries throughout Central and South America are now petitioning the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to hear their own arguments against Arizona’s SB1070. -- Clinton-appointee Judge Susan Bolton blocked the major provisions of SB1070, sending the fight to the appeals court...

Bloomberg -- October 1, 2010     
Arrogant foreigners ask U.S. court to join Mexico to oppose Arizona law   
Nine Latin American countries including Brazil and Argentina asked a U.S. judge to join Mexico in its support of a court ruling blocking key provisions of an Arizona law requiring police to determine the immigration status of people stopped for questioning...

Associated Press -- September 20, 2010     
"Border governors" call for amnesty   
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson [the only actual US governor in attendance... the rest were Mexicans with the exception of Calif. Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado] says he's hopeful that a comprehensive immigration reform bill [read: amnesty] will be considered early next year by Congress. -- Richardson made the comments Monday at the closing of a meeting in Santa Fe of U.S. and Mexican border state governors....

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- September 20, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Leaders of Honduran communities in Florida met with Florida officials, including the governor, to point out abuses against Hondurans. Francisco Portillo, president of the Honduran Organization met with Governor Charlie Crist several days ago to request assistance for the Honduran community because several Hondurans are at the point of being deported after being arrested for traffic infractions...

Associated Press -- September 13, 2010     
Mexico marks anniversary of 1847 battle with U.S.   
President Felipe Calderon on Monday criticized both Americans and Mexicans for their roles in the 1846-48 war that cost Mexico half its territory during a ceremony commemorating the definitive battle of the conflict. -- Speaking on the 163rd anniversary of the Battle of Chapultepec, Calderon called the war...

Associated Press -- September 13, 2010     
Mexico lashes out at U.S. after migrant massacre   
..."If we are talking about responsibility, at the root of this, in the case of immigration, is the lack of immigration legislation in the United States that would recognize this phenomenon," Calderon said. -- Funes, however, said during his joint appearance with Calderon that the home nations of migrants bear some of the responsibility for immigration problems...

All Headline News -- September 7, 2010    
El Salvador president talks immigration in L.A.   
El Salvador's president, Mauricio Funes, is urging the United States to form a new alliance with Central American countries to reduce illegal immigration through an economic development program. -- Funes is in Los Angeles this week discussing immigration issues with Salvadorans who live in the United States... [More meddling by foreigners]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- August 26, 2010         
Outrageous!: Foreign leader to march L.A. for illegal alien amnesty 
Alvaro Colom, President of Guatemala, will travel to the United States on Friday (8/27/10) to participate in a march in Los Angeles to demand an "integral migratory reform" [read: amnesty]. -- The Social Communications Secretary of the Presidency, Ronaldo Robles, stated that...

Jeffrey Smith -- American Free Press -- August 24, 2010     
Mexican cops to patrol New York?   
In a series of events which has caused wide notice and a storm of protests, the government of Mexico, through its consulate in New York in the United Nations, has announced it will begin patrolling the New York City borough of Staten Island to "safeguard" its nationals there...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- August 20, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Mexico City -- President Felipe Calderón stated that the US has not made an important effort in reducing drug consumption and calls the US "irresponsible" for selling arms that end up in the hands of drug cartels. He urged that opinions, not only from Mexico but international, be aimed against US arms traffic...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- August 17, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
At least 494 jurisdictions in the United States have laws, similar to SB-1070 in Arizona, which violate civil rights and provide for the detention of people based solely on their race. -- The program called "Secure Communities" created by ICE escapes public scrutiny and allows local officials to detain anyone based on their appearance...

San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sun -- August 14, 2010     
Arrogant Mexican invader engages in summer of agitating   
It's been a busy summer for Gladys Castro, a Kaiser High School graduate who was accepted into UC Berkeley. -- But she hasn't been filling out school registration forms or preparing to leave home for the fall semester. -- Castro, who cannot apply for government loans because she's an [illegal alien.... criminal], has spent her days either protesting or planning protests... [See Amnesty Watch]

The News -- Mexico City -- -- August 9, 2010     
Meddlesome Mexicans whining about U.S., again   
Bogota, Colombia -- Mexico Foreign Affairs Secretary Patricia Espinosa says Mexico's government is seeking to "sensitize" the U.S. Congress about the danger that arms trafficking implies for both countries. -- Espinosa... said "Mexico works through different means to inform U.S. senators about the effects of arms trafficking."

Yuma Sun -- August 7, 2010    
Meddling Mexicans, open-borders crowd continue whining over SB1070   
...While calling the partial suspension of SB 1070 a positive development, Mexico's Consul in Yuma Miguel Escobar said critics of the law should not claim victory because, "We can't lose sight of the fact it is a temporary suspension," one that could be lifted depending on the outcome over the looming court battle... [Also See BAN Watch]

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- August 5, 2010          
Clueless Mexican gasbag attacks Sheriff Arpaio   
Marcelo Ebrard, head of government of Mexico's Distrito Federal, said that, "Arpaio represents the worst in the United States, the racism, the xenophobia, the violence, the assault." While heading a ceremony against racism in Arizona, he added that the attitude of the aforementioned official is a return to the time preceding Martin Luther King's movement...

The News -- Mexico City -- August 2, 2010    
SB1070 leaves "collateral damage" (More Mexican whining, lying)    
Mexico, DF -- ven though the SB 1070 Arizona law has not taken effect in its entirety, Mexican [illegal aliens] in the United States will face "collateral damage," a NALACC official said Sunday. -- José Luis Gutiérrez, co-director of the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC), said many states promoting similar laws had a very negative image of illegal [aliens.... criminals]...

The News -- Mexico City -- July 30, 2010     
Meddling Mexican ex-diplomat: take SB 1070 to international court   
...In Mexico City, former Mexican Foreign Affairs Secretary Rosario Green Macías called on President Felipe Calderón to request the International Court of Justice in the Hague to permanently overturn SB1070. -- Green, president of the Senate's Foreign Affairs Committee, said the blocking of this law's most controversial aspects was a partial victory for illegal [aliens.... criminals].

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- July 29, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Just prior to Arizona Law SB1070 going into effect, Mexico's National Confederation of Social, Field Workers and Communal Farms Organizations announced a boycott of U.S. origin products. At a press conference, Sergio de Alba Avila, the organization's president, stated that he will demand the Mexican government to break diplomatic relations with the United States...

The News -- Mexico City -- July 29, 2010     
Praise for Arizona upset   
Mexico, DF -- The ruling overturning key aspects of a controversial immigration law is the "first step in the right direction," the Mexican government said Wednesday. -- Foreign Affairs Secretary Patricia Espinosa praised civil organizations' and foreign governments' efforts to appeal the SB 1070 law, which was dealt a serious blow just hours before it was to take effect today...

My Fox Atlanta -- July 29, 2010         
SB1070: D.A. King vs. meddling Mexican government stooge Teodoro Maus 
Atlanta --Many in the Latino [illegal alien] community in the metro Atlanta area applauded the changes made to Arizona's controversial immigration law Wednesday. Supporters of the immigration law saw the changes differently. -- D.A. King, whose Dustin Inman Society has been vocal at the state capitol in opposition to illegal immigration joined Teodoro Maus...

WNBC-TV -- New York -- July 28, 2010     
Outrageous!: Meddling Mexican government officials to "patrol Staten Island?"
Police are investigating another assault on a Hispanic man in Staten Island as a possible hate crime -- and the Mexican government is now getting involved as well. -- Five men attacked the 40-year-old Mexican man Friday night as he was walking home after a soccer game at Faber Park, cop said...

Bloomberg -- July 28, 2010     
Meddlesome Mexican Vicente Fox bewails SB1070   
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said an Arizona law to stem illegal immigration is "xenophobic" and unfairly attacks [illegal aliens.... criminals] contributing to the state's economy. -- "I think xenophobic measures taken by Arizona and its government are totally wrong," Fox said in an interview with Bloomberg Television. "We are partners..."

Associated Press -- July 26, 2010    
Miffed Mexicans dispatching "human rights inspectors" to border   
Mexico, DF -- Mexico's National Human Rights Commission said Monday it is sending inspectors to U.S. border crossings to monitor deportations that might result if Arizona's new immigration law goes into effect as planned Thursday. -- The law is being challenged by the U.S. government in court, but...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers -- July 22, 2010         
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
At the closing of the Assembly of Parliamentary Presidents held in Geneva, eleven countries signed a declaration condemning Arizona's Law SB1070, which they consider to have a "racist, xenophobic spirit and one contrary to immigration of any type."

More Foreign Meddling...........

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