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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Illegal alien Cubans opposed in Costa Rica

You a communist? Huh? How'd you like it, man? They tell you all the time what to do, what to think, what to feel. Do you wanna be like a sheep? Like all those other people? Baah! Baah!
You wanna work eight, ten fucking hours? You own nothing, you got nothing! Do you want a chivato on every corner looking after you? Watching everything you do? Everything you say, man? Do you know I eat octopus three times a day? I got fucking octopus coming out of my fucking ears. I got the fuckin' Russian shoes my feet's comin' through. How you like that? What, you want me to stay there and do nothing? Hey, I'm no fuckin' criminal, man. I'm no puta or thief. I'm Tony Montana, a political prisoner from Cuba. And I want my fuckin' human rights, now!

Illegal Aliens Everywhere

  • I am in SHOCK that Hispanic nations like Costa Rica and Nicaragua actually want to control their borders and keep out Hispanic illegals. Maybe, just maybe, controlling your borders is not racism.

(Miami Herald)  -  Costa Rica has issued a warning to the new wave of undocumented Cuban migrants hoping to travel by land from Ecuador to Central America and eventually the United States: they will not pass.
Foreign Minister Manuel González Sanz told el Nuevo Herald that Costa Rica was already worn down by its handling of the previous wave of 7,800 Cubans who were detained or stranded here from November of 2015 until March.
“I want to make absolutely clear, to all the (Cuban) migrants who are coming and those already in Panama, that Costa Rica cannot and will not receive them,” González said. The country “will make use of all domestic and international measures at its disposal to address this situation, if we face something similar to what we faced from November to March.”
He added that waves of undocumented Cuban migrants “will continue as long as the U.S. law that favors Cuban migration, the well-known Cuban Adjustment Act, continues,” and indicated that there's a profound discomfort in the region with the Act.
The issue of Cuban migration “should be part of the bilateral relations between Cuba and the United States, but the reality is that the countries from Ecuador to Mexico, we are the ones caught in the middle and we are the ones suffering the consequences of laws that incite that migration,” the minister said.

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Cubans sleep on the floor while waiting for a solution in northern
Costa Rica, some 300 km north of the capital, San José.

Nicaragua violently turns back Cuban illegal aliens

(Tico Times)  -  On Sunday, Cuban migrant Suartey Ébora lived moments of terror. Ébora had just crossed from Costa Rica into Nicaraguan territory with 1,600 others when they were attacked by the Nicaraguan army and anti-riot police.

“They didn’t ask us anything. They made us all sit down in the street, and out of nowhere they began firing tear gas and rubber bullets. Several people were injured,” Ébora said.

A tear-gas canister exploded next to the face of Ébora’s 1-year-old daughter, Lindsay, injuring her lip. The child had trouble breathing, and the gas burned her skin.
“She almost died,” Ébora said.

“We ran back to Costa Rican territory, and here we’re being treated as refugees,” Ébora said.

Red Cross spokesman Gerald Jiménez told The Tico Times that 30 Cubans were treated for exposure to tear gas and alleged beatings from the Nicaraguan military. Read More . . . .

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