Insecurity, extreme poverty, lack of opportunity, and even worse, desperation are the factors that motivate hundreds of thousands of people to seek a better way of life through migration. For them and their families the right to well-being is undeniable, peace is the closest thing to happiness and everyone has the right to achieve it.
Horror is not enough, to qualify the events of the last days on the Tuxtla Chiapa de Corzo highway, where more than a hundred people were injured and 55 of these people unfortunately lost their lives. Their desire was to find well-being for themselves and their children, and to reach a new way of life in another geographical space, where security, peace and social well-being would allow them to live as best they could and achieve their desired happiness.
The United States of America is a country that has established its political and electoral marketing strategy, has established itself as a country of opportunity, and has conveyed this position to the world. It is seen as the place where luxury can be achieved in an almost miraculous way. Its strategy has based itself on establishing itself as the city with the highest returns for its residents; So why is it so surprising that they are seen in the world as the best place to live, and that achieving a full life in this country is a strategic goal for hundreds of thousands of immigrants?
The United States alone bears responsibility for the motivation of all those who seek to make their lives in that nation.
The toughening of its policies against immigrants, regardless of their nationality, is clear: not for people who immigrate from poor countries, as many can obtain their citizenship simply by investing specific economic sums in the country of opportunity, the North American powerhouse. Ironically, for those who want to get there and achieve a better standard of living, the borders are closed and who exactly needs it.
The policy of dehumanizing and discriminatory immigration is practiced with greater rigor and severity by those who have arrived precisely as immigrants on that land, many of whom are dark-skinned, feeling pure Aryans, trying to show their superiority by treating immigrants rudely and even more painfully. , to our fellow citizens, to those who renounce today.
The insignificant human quality with which these officials, in places of emigration, exercise their hatred and discrimination towards the less fortunate is incomprehensible, and more seriously, when the one who does so arises from parents who immigrated under equal conditions.
Because of the events of last Thursday, the uproar is but one: the arrest of those responsible for that tragedy mourned not only the families who lost a loved one, this fact also mourned the soul of all mankind and today, as never before. Before, the mistreatment of those who plunged mankind into pain and misery should be punished for a few coins.
Mexico, even with its divergent opinions within it, is a libertarian country, where humanitarian actions should never be lost.
A favorite phrase in Mexican families is: “Add more water to the beans, so that we can all eat,” this is the pure expression that shows our presence. Governmental conduct of solidarity with immigrants must come from the hearts of millions of Mexicans, who make up this great nation, where solidarity and humanity are always present when reaching out to a brother in need.
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