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Poor in Mexico.

Reader comment on item: Arab Immigrants in Latin American Politics

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jul 5, 2007 at 19:50

When reading about the provided link above, a poster posted the following:

"...The fact that one man controls 98% of the telephone wires and 80% of the wireless market, and then retail business, massive tracts of land is a symptom of this problem. The US immigration problem won't resolve itself until Mexico reforms this problem"...

Bush is really Shoeless in all aspects. It looks like he does everything on the opposite side.

Instead of puts in strong dynamics the Legal Immigration, he stops hundreds of thousands of brains from immigrating to the US, the vast majority with ethics and morality far above any Muslim would ever dream to reach, in terms of human values and integrity, and instead Bush focuses on the "poor" 12 million lawbreakers, that has not spend thousands and thousands of dollars and stress and exams and money trips, in order to stay perfectly Kosher in the US.

Yet, Mexico has this magnate that is clearly a criminal in my opinion, for not returning most pf his wealth to the poor...Criminal b/c obviously gambling and the control of stocks and puts and calls in Wall Street are not dead issues in his agenda. His financial power smashes millions, to later on proudly announce exuberant profits, giving to his CEOs and CFOs Christmas gifts that most of us will not see in 10 lives we come to earth.

Where is the American expertise and intelligence in all of these?

And he is Arab....How long it will take for him to start cooperating with Islamic Arabs...In fact; he already does that...When helping illegal immigration to the US due to "poverty". He helps Islamic terrorists to illegally immigrate to the US.

I'm so angry….


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Title Commenter Date Thread
Regarding Michel Temer [24 words]FabioMay 13, 2016 12:12229449
Arab politicians in Latin America [349 words]PrashantFeb 9, 2019 21:17229449
The amazing history of the Christians from the Middle East in Central and South America and Tacos al Pastor! [333 words]dhimmi no moreFeb 13, 2019 12:21229449
In deed the richest man [51 words]Ugoh SanchezDec 7, 2009 16:21165477
2Are they arabs? [124 words]G.VishvasJul 12, 2007 12:06103515
Arabs in Latin America [29 words]EliasJul 9, 2007 00:56103271
No Number but prediction. [892 words]YnnatchkahJul 21, 2007 13:00103271
1as long as they are not muslims, its fine [47 words]ASJul 8, 2007 16:06103248
1Most of these are Lebanese Maronites who hate Muslims [22 words]JJJul 26, 2007 13:52103248
Poor in Mexico. [284 words]YnnatchkahJul 5, 2007 19:50103055
More Facts [1272 words]Danny brevadoJul 5, 2007 03:15102996

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