Mexico may ask international courts to block Proposition 200
Maybe it's time to start constructing a 100' high wall:
Mexico may turn to international courts in efforts to block a new Arizona law limiting services to undocumented aliens [sic], Foreign Secretary Luis Ernesto Derbez said Wednesday.
He said in an interview on W Radio that Mexico might take such a step after it has exhausted all possibilities under U.S. law to halt Proposition 200.
"We are seeking all the legal opportunities that exist, first using the legal capacities of the United States itself and ... if that does not work, bringing it to international tribunals," Derbez said...
He expressed regret that, according to polls, about 40 percent of Mexican-Americans in Arizona had supported the measure.
"It's sad and it gives an idea of how we have to work to educate even our own Mexican-Americans about why it is important that these proposals are not accepted," Derbez said...
Someone needs to do some research on this bit: "We are seeking all the legal opportunities that exist, first using the legal capacities of the United States itself."
What exactly is he referring to? Something in the future, or something they've done in the past?
If he's referring to something they've done in the past, has Mexico brought suit in U.S. courts about Prop. 200? Or, could they be saying that their proxies have brought those suits? MALDEF has brought several suits. Could MALDEF be working with Mexico? Or, could some other U.S. group be working with Mexico?
There's the possibility he's just referring to something they're going to do in the future, but there's also the possibility U.S. groups are working with a foreign government. Someone needs to find out exactly which it is.
And, of course, note that he's claiming ownership of part of our population. Let's say Mexico's "education" program is successful with a certain number of U.S. citizens. Won't those citizens then simply be foreign agents?