El Salvador

20 Jul 19
Quinta Fuerza

Marta Elsa de Loya González de 39 años de edad, era una mujer mexicana que se enamoró por Facebook de un salvadoreño de nombre Mauricio Campos González, de 42 años, quien tras un año de relación a distancia, la convenció de mudarse a su país para vivir juntos. Marta, ilusionada, empacó sus cosas, se llevó […]

20 Jul 19
Russia News Now

Western nations complain refugees flows from countries they’ve bombed, made war in, and otherwise screwed up. From Ramzy Baroud at antiwar.com: History never truly retires. Every event of the past, however inconsequential, reverberates throughout and, to an extent, shapes our present, and our future as well The haunting image of the bodies of Salvadoran father, […]

20 Jul 19
STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Western nations complain refugees flows from countries they’ve bombed, made war in, and otherwise screwed up. From Ramzy Baroud at antiwar.com: History never truly retires. Every event of the past, however inconsequential, reverberates throughout and, to an extent, shapes our present, and our future as well The haunting image of the bodies of Salvadoran father, […]

20 Jul 19
STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

One of the many things most Americans don’t know about their government is that it ran a school that taught torture, assassination, and democracy suppression. From Brett Wilkins at antiwar.com: Revelation comes after Italian court sentences 24 men to life behind bars for roles in US-backed state terror campaign Five of the 24 men sentenced […]

20 Jul 19
BorderReport
EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — Officials on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are concerned about the growing involvement of drug cartels in migrant smuggling. U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) this week pushed in Washington, D.C., an amendment to the Intelligence Authorization Act (IAA) that directs American intelligence agencies to prioritize enforcement actions against drug cartels and other organizations involved in human smuggling. In the meantime, migrant advocates in Mexico warned that with the new Mexican National Guard shutting down obvious routes between U.S. ports of entry, migrants would turn to smugglers to take them through less-traveled paths. U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, is concerned about the growing involvement of Mexican drug cartels in the smuggling of migrants. (AP Photo/Darren Abate) “Drug cartels, human traffickers and human smugglers are making this crisis worse and putting innocent lives at risk. They profit while people in Central America suffer and entire nations are destabilized,” Hurd said on the House floor. He suggested that law enforcement is not maximizing the use of intelligence, as demonstrated by the 104,000 migrants apprehended in June along the Southwest border. “Almost every one of them had a phone number of a smuggler, a license plate of a bus that brought them here or a pickup location in their home country,” Hurd said. “Understanding and disabling these smuggling and trafficking networks should be a national intelligence priority.” The Border Patrol concurs that “practically everyone” apprehended in the El Paso Sector outside of a port of entry utilized the services of a smuggler. Hurd’s amendment would require the Director of National Intelligence to conduct a review of priorities in the Northern Triangle — Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — as well as in Mexico and then provide quarterly briefings to Congress. Also this week, U.S. Rep. Jody Hice (R-Georgia) asked Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Kevin McAleenan at a House Judiciary subcommittee if Mexican drug cartels, including the Zetas, the Gulf cartel and the Sinaloa cartel were “massively profiting” from transporting migrants to the United States. McAleenan said “yes.” The Acting Secretary estimates that the drug cartels are making more than $3 billion now from this business model. In Juarez, officials with the National Immigration Institute (INM) wouldn’t provide information on smuggling groups, but an agency spokesman said the agency’s enforcement arm, has raided several hotels and residences where Cuban and Central American smugglers had been housed by smugglers. And Javier Calvillo, director of Juarez’s largest migrant shelter, Casa del Migrante, told KTSM he’s concerned that the use of the Mexican National Guard to prevent Central Americans from crossing the Rio Grande, would lead more of them to use smugglers. The Catholic priest said he has already heard cases in which migrants either died or became dehydrated wondering the desert south of Santa Teresa and south of Tornillo.
20 Jul 19
Los Oficios diarios

Oficio de Completas El Señor todopoderoso nos conceda una noche tranquila y un perfecto fin. Amén. Nuestro auxilio está en el Nombre del Señor; Que hizo el cielo y la tierra. Confesión Dios todopoderoso, nuestro Padre celestial: Hemos pecado contra ti, por nuestra propia culpa, por pensamiento, palabra y obra, y por lo que hemos […]

20 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Health authorities of the City of El Paso confirmed Wednesday the fourth case of measles in the city. The alert of these outbreaks has registered increases in visits to paediatricians and health clinics, mainly of parents who are concerned about possible contagion. The situation has reached such a degree of psychosis that some Juarez mothers […]

20 Jul 19
patriciadesaintexuperyblog

Demostración de la corrupción de Donald John Trump, al permitir que el ex fiscal Douglas Arquímedes Meléndez Rivas y Thelma Aldana, viajaran a Estados Unidos de Norteamérica, pero la evidencia ante el Senado de Colombia contra el PNUD-Isss y el Banco Agrícola, vienen a nulificar todas estas premiaciones fraudulentas, basándonos en las cuatro Sentencias extranjeras […]