Sunday, October 7, 2007
The president wants to enforce a decision by the International Court of Justice. The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the UN system's highest judicial body that found the convictions of Medellin and 50 other Mexican-born prisoners violated their rights to legal help as outlined in the 1963 Vienna Convention. Texas says get out of our business!
The globalists are constantly trying to get the United States locked into some kind of international legal system. Mexico says that if the United States doesn't abide by the ruling of this 15-judge tribunal, Mexico will refer us to the United Nations Security Council for "appropriate action. That's exactly what what they did." Maybe the Security Council will assign this case to the UN Human Rights Committee, whose members include Cuba, China, Zimbabwe and Libya. Phyllis Schlafly. What the Bush Administration ought to review is how these aliens got into our country in the first place
Here are some more enlightening tidbits of information, which you may have missed and should be fully aware of.
UN Mexico Migrant committee working hard on and continually tuning up the heat on this ugly deal. Who helped on these ugly and very dangerous provisions and what does it say? Its simple and short.
All provisions which provided criminal punishment for illegal migrants should be abolished. That's it, and yes your reading correctly. If you are a Mexican National in the United States illegally, your to be considered a migrant worker, end of story! Mexico demands their illegal migrants jailed here for even murder on our soil and then sentenced to death to be abolished. Whats interesting is our own President, is once again representing Mexico first and foremost.
Bush using the Geneva Convention to protect an illegal rapist and murderer of two young girls on US soil from the death penalty. Huh?
Commit a horrific criminal act on our soil, then hide behind the status title of migrant worker. A classic, all for one and one for all and save your worthless criminal hide, straight through the Mexican Consulate office no connect sob story and President Bush. The Mexican Consulate just happens to be the largest Consulate service in the entire United States. The Paisano program was created to assist Mexican nationals returning to Mexico for temporary visits, Hmmmmm. Now were at UN level and Geneva Convention level over a piece of murdering garbage. Bush should be busy pardoning our jailed Border Patrol Officer's instead of supporting an illegal Mexican rapist and murderer of two young girls.
Mexico held national consultations with legislators, academics, civil society organizations and local authorities, to serve as a basis for Mexico's national policy on both emigration from Mexico, as well as immigration. They keep expanding their demands on our soil and our President and Legislators keep helping them. There are laws for US citizens, then there are laws for Mexican Nationals in the US. Not that this appears as a new factor but this one beats the cake. Mexico with our very own President and Legislators HELP. Who just happen to be paid through our tax dollars are protecting Mexico's Nationals, to the extreme. By allowing Mexico to write and ordain our rules of law. UN needs to butt out and we need to get out. Lets us not leave out the equation of the richly NON-PROFIT private funded groups who are busy funding the civil society organizations, which also includes your tax dollars to usurp our very own US laws. Different strokes for different folks and a disemboweled lawless nation we are fast becoming.
The US removed 140,000 foreigners in FY03, including 76,000 criminal aliens. Many more, some 400,000, including 80,000 convicted of US crimes, have been ordered removed from the US, but are still in the country. Their number is estimated to grow by 40,000 a year.
Medellin was born in Mexico but spent much of his childhood in the United States. He was 18 in June 1993, when he and other members of the Black and Whites gang in Houston encountered two teenage girls on a railroad trestle.
The girls were gang-raped and strangled. Their bodies were found four days later.
MEDELLIN was told he had a right to remain silent and have a lawyer present, but the police did not tell him that he could request assistance from the Mexican consulate. See how our laws are being trumped and twisted even deeper to serve the needs of Mexico.
Medellin gave a written confession. He was convicted of murder in the course of a sexual assault, a capital offense in Texas. A judge sentenced him to death in October 1994.
Medellin did not raise the lack of assistance from Mexican diplomats during his trial or sentencing. When he did claim his rights had been violated, Texas and federal courts turned him down because he had not objected at his trial. Mexico later sued the United States in the International Court of Justice in The Hague on behalf of Medellin and 50 other Mexicans on death row in the U.S.
SEPTEMBER 07 2001: George W. Bush. As he left Capitol Hill, 24 key lawmakers asked to be photographed with Fox. In the wake of the meetings, Bush assessed ties to Mexico as "the most important relationship the United States has with any country in the world." There you have it, Mexico's importance to Bush number 1, after September the 11th, apparently still Numero Ono.