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09-10-2009, 02:18 AM
Anti-defamation league weighed as consulates in U.S. go on offensive

08:21 AM CDT on Thursday, October 4, 2007
By ALFREDO CORCHADO and DIANNE SOL?S / The Dallas Morning News

The Mexican government is giving its consulates in the U.S. wide latitude to ramp up a campaign to toughen their defense of immigrants and plans to give them more resources as well, officials familiar with the strategy said.

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The move comes as deportations reach an all-time high in the toughest crackdown in decades by the U.S. government and police authorities.

Among the actions under discussion are the creation of an anti-defamation league similar to that focused on protecting Jews; budget increases for some of the 47 consulates, especially in regions such as North Texas, where Mexican migration has been swift and plentiful; and a media campaign aimed at counteracting groups opposed to illegal immigration and sometimes legal immigration.

The effort underscores the tension in U.S. communities grappling with problems created by illegal immigration. And it is sure to further incense groups demanding a crackdown on immigration, both legal and illegal.

"Our fight is no longer inside the Beltway," said one senior Mexican official, who agreed to speak only on condition of anonymity. "We have been forced to change our strategy."

But Jean Towell, president of Dallas-based Citizens for Immigration Reform, called the move "arrogant," saying that the Mexican government does not "have the right to meddle in our affairs."

"They have come out before saying it is wrong for us to meddle in Mexico's affairs," she said. "They are losing human capital. It would be better if they provided the right kind of incentives to keep their people there. It is a no-brainer."

Mexican government officials gave few additional details about the plan but said it would cover 11 million first-generation citizens, half of whom live in an "irregular migratory situation."

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, said the plan "is guaranteed to backfire."

"They may feel that if they want an amnesty, they have to try," he said. But "they are going to be directly engaging in American politics. That is something American consuls would be deported for."

Mr. Krikorian said he was surprised by the new approach because Mexico's U.S. ambassador, Arturo Sarukkh?n, usually chooses his words so carefully.

Mr. Sarukkh?n could not be reached for comment Wednesday night.


09-10-2009, 02:37 PM
You mark my words, what this is all gearing up for is the criminalization of any criticism of our current immigration policy. :mad:

They want to silence all opponents of illegal immigration, because they are also the most vocal opponents of Obongo. Lou Dobbs, in particular, has been a thorn in the Magical Nigger's side for many months now. They'd move heaven, hell and earth to shut him up.