US-Guatemala Sign Invader Deportation Agreement for Fake Asylum Seekers

The United States and Guatemala have signed an agreement to allow the US to deport nonwhite invaders falsely claiming “asylum” if they reached the southern U.S. border by crossing through Guatemala.

Guatemala is located south of Mexico, and its territory extends from the Pacific to the Caribbean Sea, which means that it will serve as a choking point for the nonwhite invasion of America from Central and South America.

The so-called “safe third country agreement” has resulted from President Donald Trump’s pressure on his Guatemalan counterpart Jimmy Morales. Trump threated tariff impositions after Morales had earlier backed out of signing a similar deal because of political pressure and a legal challenge back home.

“They’re doing what we’ve asked them to do. I think it’s going to be a great thing for Guatemala,” Trump said in the Oval Office alongside acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan and Guatemalan Interior Minister Enrique Degenhart. “They don’t want the problems either.”

The “safe third country” agreement will force any invaders traveling through the Central American country en route to the US to claim asylum there. If they don’t and they apply for asylum in the US, they will face deportation to Guatemala, according to McAleenan.

There is already, however, a legal challenge in Guatemala. The Constitutional Court ruled earlier this month that Morales would have to get congressional approval before being able to declare his country is a safe third country. That ruling and the intense political pressure back home forced him to cancel a visit to Washington on July 15, where he and Trump were expected to sign a similar deal.

After the cancellation, Trump took to Twitter to threaten Guatemala with tariffs, restrictions on remittances from Guatemalans in the US to their families back home, or some sort of travel ban if they did not sign.

Pro-invader forces within the US immediately attacked the deal, with Eric P. Schwartz, the Jewish president of “Refugees International” saying that the agreement was “an egregious violation of law and common decency,” and was “shameful” and a “stain on this nation’s honor.”

Schwartz, who is also a member of the board of directors of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society—(a Jewish organization which specializes in importing nonwhites into America), and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas.

He was joined by Rep. Eliot Engel, D-NY, the Jewish chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, who sad that “President Trump’s decision to sign this agreement with Guatemala is cruel and immoral. It is also illegal. Simply put, Guatemala is not a safe country for refugees and asylum seekers, as the law requires.”

Needless to say, both Schwarz and Engel have been silent about Israel’s policy of preventing Third World immigration.

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