Claiming that they "aren't trying to interfere in US domestic policy," representatives of Mexico and the countries of Belize, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and the Dominican Republic. are "ready to assume their "co-responsibility" so that "the balance between security and immigration reform necessary to allow our people to have a decent life in the United States."
There was no mention of the reality of the Reconquista movement. (Read Malkin at VDare)
From their behavior, one would think that they and other nations are as generous in their immigration policies as are we. Well, they aren't.
I may troubled by open borders and excessive numbers of recent immigrants. But other Americans are thrilled. Perhaps they are in communication with the ministers of all those countries who are "concerned about the status of their countrymen."
Mexico City said Tuesday it supports the immigrant demands.
Ruben Aguilar, a spokesman for Mexico's President Vicente Fox, said of the demonstrations: "We are very respectful of the sovereignty of the US government ... but the government agrees with the demands of the migrant groups that their huge contribution to the US economy should be recognized."
In El Salvador, Foreign Minister Francisco Lainez called the US demonstrations a democratic act.
"It is an expression which, thank god, we can see in democratic countries," he said.
They can't appear to interfere in internal American affairs, but it obvious that behind the scenes they are meddling.