The nonwhite invasion caravan bottled up at the Mexican border town of Tijuana have rejected an offer by the Mexican authorities to take up 10,000 job opportunities immediately available to them, and instead renewed their demand that white American taxpayers give them money, food, and accommodation.
According to the Deutsche Welle correspondent in Tijuana, “local authorities are trying to offer them jobs in the Mexican border town. But most migrants are determined to reach the US.”
The invasion caravan—which is already an estimated 7,000 strong, and growing by the day, are camped out at Tijuana, Mexico “demanding that US authorities accept their requests for asylum.”
“We can’t wait any longer,” the invaders shout, “let us cross.”
According to the report, many Tijuana locals “are fed up” with the invasion, and some “sport red Donald Trump-like baseball caps reading ‘Make Tijuana great again.’
Last Sunday, about 1,000 locals gathered to protest against the influx if migrants, chanting ‘No to invasion, yes to migration.’”
The report revealed that the regional government “is doing what it can to integrate” the invaders into the local economy, and that one Luis Rodolfo Enriquez runs a job agency near the invader camp.
“In the first couple of days, only a few dozen came to find out about vacancies,” he told DW. There are some 10,000 unfilled vacancies in Tijuana. Enriquez is convinced that half the invaders can get a job if they want, and that people with and without qualifications have a chance of getting work.
At Enriquez’s recruitment agency, employers can meet potential workers, and down the hall, immigration councilors issue temporary work permits. All over the city, shops display signs reading “staff wanted.”
At the border crossing, Mexican authorities tell the invaders that Tijuana has plenty of job opportunities. But most “are determined to reach the US,” the report adds.