Arizona Law (Senate Bill 1070) shows Ignorance and Incompetence.

There is no law or wall that is going to solve the illegal immigration problem. The Mexican Border Fence is a waste of taxpayer’s money; both, the new fence and the law, will only create friction between the countries. The only solution to the problem is social justice. The pressure should be put on social reform in Mexico (and in the US).

There is hunger in many parts of Mexico. If the child below was yours would you risk your life climbing any wall? Of course you would. Erecting fences and implementing anti-immigration laws just show our ignorance, incompetence and immorality. This is morality: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

If he was your child...

Just across the border from El Paso, Texas

Photos from: Poverty, Immigration, And The Laws

To help you understand: A Vagabond in Mexico

Be aware: Everything is interconnected!

The 800 Mile Wall | John Carlos Frey | Mexican Border Fence

The Fence

Since the beginning of the so called “Operation Gatekeeper” more than 5,000 immigrants have died trying to cross the border to find work in the United States of America. This documentary film by John Carlos Frey exposes the folly and inhumanity of the 800 mile wall along the Mexican border. Excerpt:

“From 2007 to 2009, I followed the construction of what is now close to 800 miles of border security infrastructure along the U.S.-Mexico international boundary. What I found was a mess. Dozens of environmental laws were being waived in order to acquire land to build the new border walls. New technology for border security enforcement was over-priced and non-functional. The natural landscape was permanently scarred to ‘protect’ us from migrants. The assessment from scholars, government agencies and even the border patrol was that this multi-billion dollar effort was not going to solve America’s immigration problems. All of these details on their own would have made a compelling documentary. But there was something even more conspicuous and tragic than the blunders and cost overruns: increased border security was proving to be a massive killer.”

To see the whole article and video follow the link below:

The 800 Mile Wall – John Carlos Frey

John Carlos Frey is an award-winning director. His directorial debut, “The Gatekeeper,” was lauded for its realistic depiction of illegal immigration in the United States by Amnesty International, The Anti Defamation League, Human Rights Watch, National Immigration Forum, National Center for Farmworker Health, The League of United Latin American Citizens, The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), The Joan B. Kroc Institute of Peace and Justice as well as the Hispanic Congressional Caucus.

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