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After letting in nearly 50,000 illegal alien children from Central America who crossed America’s southern border this year, the Obama administration is warning parents in Central America of the perils their children face trying to enter the United States illegally.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson had an open letter published Sunday in the Spanish language publication EFE. In the letter, Johnson warns parents of the horrors facing their children in their solo journey to illegally enter the U.S.
(Translated from the original Spanish via Google Translate)

“Send a child to make the long journey from Central America to the United States is dangerous. The criminal networks trafficking in people you hire to take their child to the United States have no regard for the safety and welfare of children: for them, your child is a commodity to be delivered in exchange for money. In the hands of smugglers, many children experience trauma and psychological abuse suffered by the journey; or, what is worse, they are beaten, underfed, raped or sold into the sex trade and are exposed to all kinds of psychological abuse by criminals. As temperatures rise in July and August, the conditions for attempting to cross our southern border worse.”

With this statement, the Obama administration indicts itself as a co-conspirator in child abuse and human trafficking on a massive scale. For months the Obama administration has said nothing to discourage the flood of Central American children trying to sneak in to the U.S. It was only when public outrage at the invasion was sparked has the Obama administration spoken out to discourage the invaders and their complicit parents.

It is common knowledge the fate of illegal alien women, girls, vulnerable boys and men at the hands of smugglers, drug cartels and bandits is one of rape, sex and debt slavery, robbery and being pressed in to drug smuggling. That the Obama administration allowed this abuse of children to go on for so long is outrageous and should be prosecuted, especially in light of the revelation that the administration was planning as early as January for the massive illegal entry of children.

Text of the translated version of Johnson’s letter:

“Open Letter to the Parents of Children Crossing Our Southwest Border

“This year will be a record number of children who cross the southern U.S. border illegally. Only in the month of May, the number of children not accompanied by their mother or father who crossed our southern border reached more than 9,000 figure, making the total so far this year is about 47,000 . Most of these children come from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, where the violence generated by drugs and gangs terrorizing society. I have a very simple message for parents of these children: sending your child to travel to the United States illegally is not the solution.

“Send a child to make the long journey from Central America to the United States is dangerous. The criminal networks trafficking in people you hire to take their child to the United States have no regard for the safety and welfare of children: for them, your child is a commodity to be delivered in exchange for money. In the hands of smugglers, many children experience trauma and psychological abuse suffered by the journey; or, what is worse, they are beaten, underfed, raped or sold into the sex trade and are exposed to all kinds of psychological abuse by criminals. As temperatures rise in July and August, the conditions for attempting to cross our southern border worse.

“The long and arduous journey is not only dangerous, but no permits or safe conduct at the end.

The deferred action program for childhood arrivals (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) U.S. Government, also known by the name of DACA does not apply to children who cross the U.S. border illegally today, to those who crossed or cross yesterday morning. To meet the requirements of DACA, the child must have entered the United States prior to June 15, 2007, seven years ago.

“In addition, the immigration reform legislation that is currently in Congress offers a way deserved to citizenship, but only for certain people who came to this country before December 31, 2011, inclusive (ie two and a half years ). So let me be clear: there are no roads leading to deferred action or citizenship, nor is there any remedy that Congress is contemplating, for a child who crosses our border illegally today.

“By contrast, according to the laws and U.S. policies, anyone who is arrested by illegally crossing our border is subject to deportation priority, regardless of age. This means that if your daughter or son is arrested while crossing the border illegally, will be charged with violating immigration laws of the United States and deportation proceedings were initiated against him: a not recommended status. The document is issued in the name of his son is not a permit, but a notice to appear in removal proceedings before an immigration judge.

“As Secretary of Homeland Security, I have seen in person to the children in our Texas processing center. As a parent, I watched the faces of these children and saw fear and vulnerability.

“The desire to want their children to have a better life in America is understandable. But exposing an unaccompanied child to the risks of illegal immigration to achieve that dream are too high and “permits” do not exist. “

– Jeh C. Johnson es Secretario del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional de EE.UU.

 

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