DONALD TRUMP IS GUEST OF HONOR IN MEXICO: Taking the diplomatic toro by the horns

Operating from a position of strength, Donald Trump does not need to “ask” President Peña Nieto to pay for the wall. Peña Nieto knows that he has no other choice.

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Donald Trump announced late yesterday that President Enriquez Peña Nieto of Mexico had invited him to a private meeting at the presidential palace in Mexico City. Trump graciously accepted and flew to one of the most dangerous countries in the world and to the world’s fourth most crowded city– and one with a notable rise in corruption as well as gang / drug related crimes, which have worsened under the unpopular presidency of Peña Nieto. This is a tragic reality for Mexico City, given its important cultural and historic presence.

Senator Jeff Sessions and former New York City Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, accompanied Trump during the meeting.

Donald Trump speaking as guest of President of Mexico, Enrique Peña NietoIn this brief commentary, I will concentrate on what Trump said in his speech at the Mexican presidential palace, since President Peña Nieto’s speech was, as expected, a delivery of presidential platitudes and pleasantries for the guest of honor, Donald Trump– and for the United States.

Trump was serene, firm and confident as he laid out five shared goals to improve and strengthen the relations between the United States and Mexico:

  1. Ending illegal immigration, as the humanitarian disaster that it is.
  2. Securing the border as our sovereign right– and the right to build a wall. Safety for all.
  3. Dismantling drug cartels, including intelligence sharing.
  4. Improving and updating NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) to include a pay raise needed for workers in both countries.
  5. Keeping manufacturing wealth in our hemisphere.

Trump stated that a lot of the things he said during the meeting with Peña Nieto were “very strong”– but that “we have to be strong and say what is happening.”

Today’s invitation and visit to Mexico has legitimized Donald Trump as the only sensible candidate for president of the United States, not just for Mexican-Americans, or Mexicans who are U.S. citizens and are able to vote, but for the millions of people inside Mexico who benefit from a secondary powerful economy: U.S. dollars sent to Mexico as remittances every month by Mexican workers in the United States– a flow of money which is ending up more and more in the hands of corrupt government officials and drug cartels.

Drug cartels interfere with daily government tasks by intimidating and murdering government employees, in order to keep them from their cartel-controlled territory, even interrupting some of the most basic services needed in communities throughout Mexico.

But the aforementioned secondary economy, which has so greatly benefited Mexico, is an enormous drain on the U.S. economy; yet, it is enthusiastically encouraged by the Mexican government by offering incentives to use the money for improvement of towns, schools and other sectors of the Mexican economy.

Here’s an excerpt from a Wall Street Journal article published on February 14, 2016, titled “Remittances to Mexico Reach Seven-Year High.”

The U.S. is the leading source of remittances to Mexico, accounting for $23.7 billion last year, followed by Canada with $254 million. Within the U.S., the majority comes from California, followed by Texas, Illinois and New York.”

Much of the above quoted amount is from illegal employment in the U.S.

Mexico needs Trump

President Peña Nieto, as I said above, is suffering through a very unpopular presidency in a country that is being torn apart by corruption and drug cartels that he cannot seem to bring under control. As such, Peña Nieto knows full well that Hillary Clinton would be his worst nightmare, as more chaotic illegal migratory movements would be encouraged under her socialist administration. This would worsen the already corrupt environment inside Mexico, and would give even more power to human traffickers and criminal drug cartels.

Trump’s visit to Mexico was a brilliant move.

Mexico needs Trump.

Someone has to say the truth…

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As Latin America’s second biggest economy, last year Mexico exported $322 billion in goods to the United States and Canada, which is nearly seven times more than the next 13 largest trading partners combined, according to Bloomberg news this morning.  In addition, Mexico has incredible natural resources. With this scenario in mind, millions of Mexican workers should not have to leave their country for jobs and opportunities.

Based on the above, and your goodwill towards Mexico and the United States, what is your opinion on the changes that the Mexican government needs to make, in order to retain its workers, and allow them to benefit from such a rich economy– and prevent national security risks in the United States, which are inherent in illegal migratory movements.

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Donald Trump wants to Make the Vatican Great Again!

… bigger and stronger than ever before.

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

A special report by Marielena Montesino de Stuart for
TheRomanCatholicWorld.com— in light of Francis’s comment that Donald J. Trump is “not Christian”– because he wants to build a “great, big, beautiful wall” on our southern border. Trump finds this hypocritical since the Vatican has a wall.

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The man, the myth, the legend who will be “the greatest jobs president that God ever created” now has his eyes set on fixing the Vatican, once and for all– before Francis totally runs it to the ground.

In keeping with his pledge to make Mexico pay for building a wall on our southern border, Trump will make the Muslim countries pay for all the necessary expenses that result from his efforts to make the Vatican great again, whether it is fixing the ancient wall, or cleaning out the modernist Vatican controversial corrupt banking system or its myriad dicasteries. As with ISIS, Trump is “the worst thing that’s ever happened” to the modernists in the Vatican.

But the repair of the wall is the simplest thing that Trump will tackle in the Vatican. The most important aspect of this overhaul is the fact that Donald J. Trump will call for a “total and complete shutdown” of Marxists entering the Vatican, until we can figure out “what the HELL is going on!

Trump knows full well that something has been rotting in the Vatican for more than 50 years, under the socialist agenda of Vatican II (the Second Vatican Council)– which was a “terrible deal– and a disgrace,” as far as Trump is concerned. Most irritating to Trump is the fact that just like in the Iran deal, where the Iranians self-inspect their nuclear weapons program, the Vatican is doing the same with their internal commissions regarding pederast priests and prelates, as well as financial scandals.

As a result of the Vatican II deal, Trump is convinced that when the Vatican sends its people, “they’re not sending their best.”

They’re sending people that have lots of problems.”

They’re bringing crime” (as in money laundering).

They’re bringing “their rapists” (as in the infestation of pederast priests and prelates).

And some, he assumes, “are good people“– but they’re mostly dead.

Trump expects to go beyond the excommunication and defrocking of pederast priests, bringing “back a hell of a lot worse” punishments for these criminals who have infiltrated the Church.

In the meantime, Trump is sticking to his plans to fix the Vatican, in spite of Francis’s comment that he’s “not Christian.” Trump feels no remorse over his pledge to cleanup Washington DC and the Vatican. As a matter of fact, Trump refused to back down by adding: “I think apologizing’s a great thing, but you have to be wrong. I will absolutely apologize, sometime in the hopefully distant future, if I’m ever wrong.”  With this in mind, we can safely assume that Trump is waiting for Francis to apologize to HIM.

Finally, Trump had these words to say about Francis:

… “he talks like a truck driver” (even his sister says so).

… “he doesn’t have his facts, he’ll say anything that comes to his mind.”

…  his Vatican circus “has failed“… his “ratings went very, very, very low and very bad,” since he got elected… “I mean he’s basically a disaster.”

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*-Note: This commentary is a parody of Mr. Trump’s many unforgettable zingers.

It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.

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REFERENCES:

AUDIO (in Italian) of Francis suggesting that Donald J. Trump is “not Christian”– February 18, 2016 on board flight from Mexico to Rome.

 

BBC News AUDIO (English and Italian) 18 February, 2016: “Pope Francis Questions Donald Trump’s Christianity”

 

Pope “suggests” that Donald J. Trump is ‘Not Christian’ (New York Times video of Francis on board flight from Mexico to the Vatican).

Pope Francis Suggests Donald Trump Is ‘Not Christian’ – The New York Times

​Donald J. Trump’s Response to the Pope

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