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One Reporter's Opinion: Calderon's Open-Borders Agenda

Friday, 22 September 2006 12:00 AM

It is this reporter's opinion that in our dealings with Mexico, the more things change, they remain just about the same. "September 5, Mexico's Federal Electoral Tribunal made it official," declared Felipe Calderon of the National Action Party (PAN) and winner of Mexico's 2006 presidential election. Calderon is scheduled to take office December 1.

My own best source of information is American citizen Allan Wall, who resides in Mexico with a legal permit issued to him by the Mexican government. Allan recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq with the Texas Army National Guard. His V-Dare.com articles are a voluminous source of information about our never-ending problems with immigration.

Allan reported that the day after Calderon was declared the winner on September 5, he was on the telephone with George W. Bush. What does Calderon want from us? Among other things, a MIGRATORY ACCORD giving Mexico veto power over U.S. immigration policy. Says Wall, "Calderon is not even president yet and is already planning U.S. immigration policy."

As pointed out by Wall in previous articles, all the major candidates in the Mexican election had the same view on immigration. During the campaign, Calderon called on U.S. congressional representatives to halt the "irrationality" of HR 4437 because, said Calderon, it goes against the rights of "migrants."

As a candidate, Calderon expressed solidarity with Mexicans in the U.S. and said they are not criminals, that they contribute to the U.S. economy, that the Mexicans in the U.S. are fighting for their HUMAN RIGHTS, LABOR RIGHTS, and POLITICAL RIGHTS. Allan Wall quotes candidate Calderon as saying: "Immigration is not solved by a wall. We'll jump over it anyway."

Calderon said, "In the coming two decades, I envision the whole North American region as a single region with a 'free market,' not just in goods, services and investments, but a FREE LABOR MARKET like the European Union."

Even the Mexicans don't want Calderon! Ever lurking in the background is the Leftist Lopez Obrador (the losing candidate of the Party of the Democratic Revolution), who refuses to accept defeat and promises his own convention to choose an "authentic president" (presumably himself). When Calderon went to the electoral court to pick up the official document declaring him the winner, he had to travel by helicopter to bypass Obrador's followers, who had completely surrounded the building.

Wow! Bush must be very happy about this! It all fits in with his North American Union agenda.

Allan Wall points to Mexico's biggest problem: creating more jobs in Mexico. He says every year more than 1.2 million Mexican youths reach working age, many facing a lack of alternatives, and look for opportunities in the U.S. But as long as mass emigration exists, what incentive do the Mexican leaders have to reform the economy?

Allan says, "Emigration has become Mexico's economic policy." He adds, "The best way for the U.S. to help Mexico would be to close the border." That's what the man says.

Allan Wall says Calderon should now make public detailed proposals to deliver on his promises to the poor, which should include subsidies to poor families who ensure their children attend school and care for the elderly, and he should push for free-market reforms that can enable faster growth and fix Mexico's antiquated labor laws to help create new jobs.

Calderon's agenda is clear: He plans to keep the northern border open and to attain VETO POWER over U.S. immigration policy. But Allan Wall says: "Felipe Calderon has no choice but to deliver. He needs to boost economic growth to improve the lot of Mexicans living in poverty." Wall is a realist.

Will Calderon succeed? My friend Allan Wall says: "The real answer lies on the

http://www.vdare.com/awall/index.htm

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