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Tecun Uman, named after the last K’ich’e Maya ruler is in northwestern Guatemala across the border from the Mexican town of Ciudad Hidalgo. But they would never see it other than across the river.A couple of days after arrival at a Catholic hostal in Tecun Umán, the migrants left on foot and traveled two miles up the river to a solitary point where they waded across the Suchiate River into Mexico. On the other side was a patrol of the Mexican border guards waiting for them.The Federales charged them U$S 200.00 a piece, drove them in their vans to a bus stopin Tapachula and waited for them to board buses to Arriaga.Door to door service.Looks like this......Thus they arrived in Veracruz.Once in Veracruz, men in kaki pants and orange shirts came through the train giving them water. He though they were from an NGO helping them.They were not.In fact, they were these asswipes: The Mexican equivalent of ICE, Grupo Beta, Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM)Few are selected for deportation. Very few, but one must have something on paper.For a small payment, some get to stay on the train. With train employees in cahoots with cartels, the trains make unscheduled stops to allow for robbery, rape and pillage.Those like Teo, who pre-paid, get taken off the train and bused by the migration officers to a “hostal” run by the Catholic Church.This one:“Casa del Migrante San Judas Tadeo.”Note the signs encouraging migration: "To migrate is not a crime."......In Toluca, they are taken to anotherM Catholic hostel:Casa del Migrante San Juan Bautista: "Welcome, Migrant Brothers and Sisters." This is part of a wide net of Catholic Church stations to facilitate migration to the US. Mostly Franciscans and Scalabrinians but also others, as part of the Pastoral of Migrants.From Toluca, another bus ride.This time to Querétaro and, you guessed it, another Catholic hostel.
The Mexican police, army, immigration service and border controls act as organized crime, selling protection to the migrants and extorting payment-in-kind when money runs out, not unlike the cartels that control the US borderThis Mexican Government sponsored mafia is a multi-billion dollar racket that ranks in the top 5 industries in Mexico. There will be no reform. Everybody, from the President down, get a bite out of the business.The Catholic Church runs a rat-line of way-stations and hostels were migrants are encouraged and indoctrinated with the sole purpose of violating US laws and undermining US sovereignty. These are financed by the Mexican and US government and donations form millions of faithful duped into believing they are contributing to the relief of suffering people.