(An excerpt from the actual guide is shown below.)
YES... IT'S TRUE.... Mexico actually produces an official guidebook to entering the U.S. illegally Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations A MUST READ & SHARE!!!
In 2004, columnist Rick Oltman broke the story that the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs had produced a 32-page "How To" guide for Mexican nationals crossing the border illegally into the United States. Despite the fact that this pamphlet has known to the public for 9 years, and has the official endorsement of the Mexican government, the mainstream press has completely ignored what amounts to an instruction manual for illegal aliens. While Mexcio publicly claims to be working with U.S. authorities in stemming the flow of illegal aliens into this country, this booklet tells another story and is further evidence of their complicity. After all, illegal immigration is big business for Mexico, as remittances (wire transfers) from the United States represents Mexico's second most lucrative industry, behind oil exports. What follows are a few excerpts taken directly from Mexico's "Guide for the Mexican Migrant:" Dear fellow citizen: This guide tries to provide you with some practical advice that may be useful to you in case you have made the difficult decision to seek new work opportunities outside of your own country. Dangers of Crossing in High-Risk Zones Crossing the river can be very risky, especially if you cross alone and at night. Thick clothing increases your weight when wet and makes it hard to swim or float. If you cross in the desert, try to travel when the heat is not so intense. Highways and towns are very far apart, so that it could take you several days to find roads and you will not be able to carry food or water for that long; you could get lost. Salted water helps you retain body fluids. Although you get more thirsty, if you drink salted water the risk of dehydration is lessened. Be Careful of "Polleros," "Coyotes" or "Pateros" If you decide to use the services of "polleros", "coyotes" or "pateros" to cross the border, consider the following precautions to take: Don't let him out of your sight; remember that he's the only one that knows the terrain and therefore is the one that can get you out. Things to avoid Avoid calling attention to yourself, at least while you are arranging your residence papers to live in the United States. The best formula is not to alter your routine of going between work and home. Avoid noisy parties because the neighbors can get upset and call the police, and you could be arrested. Domestic violence does not consist solely of hitting others but also can be threats, shouting or mistreatment. If you are accused of domestic violence against your children, your mate or someone else who lives with toy, you could go to jail. In addition, Child Protective Services authorities could take away your children. Do not carry firearms, bladed weapons or other dangerous objects. Keep in mind that many Mexicans have died or are in prison because of these things. Of course, while Mexico officially assists their citizens in breaking U.S. laws, they take their own immigration laws rather seriously... In April 2013, Reuters reported: Mexican authorities said on Saturday they detained 108 undocumented immigrants along highways, at bus stations and on a cargo train route that thousands of Central Americans use every year to cross Mexico and enter the United States illegally. Ninety five Central Americans, mostly from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, were detained in the southern states of Oaxaca and Tabasco during sweeps by federal police in the last 24 hours, Mexico's migration institute said in a statement. Seven of the Central Americans were children, the institute said. Another 120 Central Americans were detained in Oaxaca earlier this month. The migration institute said on April 3 it deported 66 Honduran children, most of whom were traveling with people who had been paid to take them across Mexico to the United States. In September 2010, it was discovered that Mexico was building a wall in the state of Chiapas, along the Mexican/Guatemalan border. The official reason given, was to stop contraband from coming into Mexico, but as the Mexican Superintendency of Tax Administration, Raul Diaz, admitted: "It could also prevent the free passage of illegal immigrants." Just as Mexican authorities have opposed the construction of a fence by the U.S., along our border with their country, Mexico is now receiving a great deal of criticism from the Guatemalan government. The same government of Mexico whose representatives never pass-up an opportunity to criticize Americans who simply want our border defended and our nation free from foreign criminals, has proven to be full of hypocrites and liars.
Read more here: http://www.examiner.com/article/mexico-actually-produces-an-official-guidebook-to-entering-the-u-s-illegally