LA Times Complains: Deported Illegals Overloading Mexican GovtIllegals don’t speak enough Spanish to integrate in Mexico, LA Times laments
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Recently deported illegals are overloading the school systems in Mexico, the LA Times is reporting after ignoring the fact illegals were doing that in the US for years.
Additionally, the LA Times is complaining that the students are "struggling to integrate" in Mexico because many of them don't speak Spanish.
"Mexico has not had the long history of immigration like the US and so has not had to grapple with how to accommodate non-Spanish-speaking students in their schools," the LA Times' Brittny Mejia claimed.
Well, that's because Mexico always expected the US to take in the mass flow of illegals, many of whom are not from Central America but are rather from the Middle East and Asia.
Mexico, where illegal immigration is a felony punishable with years in prison, has always protected its borders better than the US and only welcomes immigrants "according to their possibilities of contributing to national progress."
"The guards' use of violence, rape, and extortion against those seeking to cross into Mexico has, in fact, managed the border so well that the country has only a minimal illegal-immigration problem," reported DiscoverTheNetworks.org.