What Are Your Thoughts From Mexico, a Pro-Migrant Activist Called the AZ Law”racist?

Question by Maricopa County: What are your thoughts from Mexico, a pro-migrant activist called the AZ law”racist?
(AP) Some 2,000 people have protested in Phoenix against a tough immigration enforcement measure signed into law today by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer.

Demonstrators say the bill, which makes it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally, will lead to civil rights abuses. The law also requires police officers to question people about their immigration status if there is reason to suspect they are illegal immigrants.

Boos erupted at the Capitol from the crowd when it was announced that the governor had opted to sign the legislation despite their protest and President Obama’s criticism of the measure.

Demonstrators have protested the legislation since it was approved by lawmakers Monday. Their numbers have steadily grown throughout the week, with buses bringing in people from as far away as Los Angeles.

In Mexico, a pro-migrant activist called the measure “racist.”

Francisco Loureiro, who runs a Nogales migrant shelter,says in Arizona, “there is already a hunt for migrants and now it will be open season under the cover of a law.”

Mexico has slammed the measure, saying it could strain cross-border relations and result in rights violations and racial profiling. On Thursday, Mexico’s Senate unanimously passed a resolution urging Gov. Jan Brewer to veto it.

The legislation requires police to question people about their immigration status if there is reason to suspect they are illegal immigrants.

The bill’s Republican sponsor, State Rep. Russell Pearce of Mesa, says it will remove “political handcuffs” from police and help drive illegal immigrants from the state.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/04/23/politics/main6426967.shtml
Why do Mexicans come off as ambassadors of human rights when Mexico is ridden with human rights abuse towards people in Mexico illegally RE: Cambio de Michoacán (Morelia, Michoacán) 4-22-10.The crimes are committed not only by smugglers but also by corrupt public officials of the local, state and federal governments in acts of abuse of authority in litigation against the parents. A major portion of the migrants, said Sandoval Cervantes, “Suffer violations of their rights as they are in transit through the state to other areas.” “Like I said, it requires recognition of the serious risk they are confronting, and to provide legal, psychological and medical assistance,” said Sandoval.More Diario de Yucatan (Merida, Yucatan) 4/21/10

Armed commando rescues illegals

In Acayucan, state of Veracruz (in the northern area of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec), some 30 armed individuals arrived at the local Mexican immigration facility, overpowered the officials and freed 13 Guatemalans, all illegally in Mexico, who were being held there. When they left, they also took one of the agency’s vehicles. Then they disappeared.

Best answer:

Answer by mike
Ban all people from Mexico that are in the US of A. These crime filled roaches should not be here.

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5 Responses to What Are Your Thoughts From Mexico, a Pro-Migrant Activist Called the AZ Law”racist?

  • DR Zuess god of the misinformed says:

    i have been pointing out the contradiction the entire time, but the problem is also that many of the officials in mexico have been corrupted by the drug dealers, so obviously they would want their main contributors (the drug dealers) to be able to pass easily into the US and come up against the least restrictions possible. im curious to see if there will be any type of retaliation from the drug lords for arizona passing this law…

  • NYYanks1 says:

    It’s the ones who sneak in illegally faults. If they obeyed the laws this bill wouldf not be needed

  • Bob says:

    ILLEGALS ARE THE SCUM OF THE EARTH

  • Raninja says:

    i’m moving to arizona!

  • Joel W says:

    Supreme Court OKs Racial Profiling
    By Stephen J. Fortunato Jr.

    http://www.inthesetimes.com/article/3685/

    Either racial profiling is odious and unconstitutional, with personal and social consequences for communities of color — or it’s not.

    On April 23, the U.S. Supreme Court, without any dissent, decided that it was not. The ruling obliquely, but forcefully, slammed the courthouse door on any attempts to challenge this widespread law enforcement practice.

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