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Overcoming Misconceptions of the Origins of Mexican and Central American Migration

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Hundreds of Central Americans were still riding La Bestia, in Ixtepec, Oaxaca in 2012. Photo (c) Joseph Sorrentino

The story in the US is that Mexicans and Central Americans who are trying to enter the US are all criminals. That’s absolutely untrue. Certainly, there are some criminals trying to enter the US but the vast majority aren’t and all the data support this. Because of the increased danger of traveling through Mexico and the fact that it’s almost impossible to obtain asylum in the US, more Central Americans are seeking to live in Mexico. The problem is that, while Mexico may be able to absorb thousands of Central Americans, there are very few jobs available to them and the jobs that they are able to get won’t do much more than allow them to survive. That story is underreported.

At a time with massive deportation out of America, we are constantly hearing news of people trying to make

Women are routinely subjected to sexual harassment and abuse and, in many documented cases, have reported that they had to have sex with a supervisor in order to keep their job.

their way into America, both legally and illegally.  What insights can you offer on what our Government in the USA and the people living and working here can realize to help them overcome their misunderstandings of what is going on?

Noel is a 16 year old Honduran walking to America because he wanted to find a job so he could help his mother who had cancer.

Let’s begin with farmworkers and dairy workers in the US, the vast majority of whom are Mexican. It’s estimated that more than 50% are undocumented and, given the current political climate, are at real risk of deportation. I’ve written about farmworkers and dairy workers for just over 15 years and can literally count on one hand the number of non-Mexican or Mexican-American workers I’ve encountered. I’m certain that the majority of workers I’ve interviewed were undocumented. It’s often said that Americans won’t do that kind of work and while that might be true, I’m thoroughly convinced that if farmworkers and dairy workers were paid a living wage and given benefits, Americans would flock to the jobs. I know this because I’ve written about former uranium miners. That was, and is, a dangerous, filthy job yet people did it because it paid well. Farmworkers and dairy workers work long hours for minimum wage (and often less than minimum wage) and have no benefits. They’re routinely subjected to wage theft and Social Security fraud and female

A campesino harvesting coffee in Santa Catarina, a village in the Sierra Juarez in Oaxaca, Mexico. Coffee from this remote village has to be brought to the warehouse in San José Tenango. Most campesinos can’t afford mules, so they carry 70 pounds of coffee on their back, through the mountains; a trip that takes seven hours. They earn, on average, $2/day.

farmworkers are subjected to rampant sexual abuse and harassment. If the US deports undocumented workers, as has been threatened, we will have little to eat and few dairy products. The campesinos I’ve interviewed in villages across Mexico want to come to the US to work for a period of time to earn enough to support their families; most don’t want to stay e permanently. I’ll address conditions for Central Americans below.

Many people if not most people, live in a bubble. They know what they see in front of them and therefore have a limited World View.  What knowledge can you provide to others to understand the reasons that people are trying to leave their communities in Mexico and Central America?

As I mentioned in the previous answer, most Mexicans are leaving their villages for the US because they want to earn money to support their families. Recently, there have been more Mexicans leaving villages and cities because of drug violence.
The overwhelming majority of Central Americans are fleeing the Northern Triangle Countries (NTCs) because of almost unimaginable violence, most of which is perpetrated by two notorious gangs, the MS-18 and Mara Salvatrucha. I’ve interviewed people who have had sons and grandsons murdered by the gangs because they refused to join or refused to sell drugs for them. They cannot go to the police either because the police are ineffective or colluding with the gangs.


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 What are the situations really like? And why are they like this in these communities?

José carrying green chiles, Hatch, NM. . This is a chilero, a chile-picker, in southern New Mexico. They’re paid between 85¢ and $1 for a full bucket of chiles, which weighs 20 lbs. I uncovered rampant wage theft and Social Security fraud.

The gangs in the NTC’s murder, kidnap and rape with impunity. They extort money (it’s called renta) from businesses and it’s a fact that if a person is a cab or bus driver in those countries, a large portion of their income is paid to the gangs. If a person refuses to pay it, they’ll be murdered. I’ve interviewed people who lost businesses because the gangs wanted increasing amounts of renta. One couple I remember was paying half their income to the gang and had to flee when the gang tried to force the husband to sell drugs. When I asked the wife what would happen if he refused and they stayed she just shrugged and said, “They would kill us.” In some cities, people have to pay renta just to live in their neighborhood.

 

 

 

 


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What are the risks that people take to leave their communities?  What happens to them during migration?

This photo is from a shelter in Tapachula, Chiapas. Felix Antonio had his neck sliced by a Mara Salvatrucha member, losing the ability to use his right hand. They also murdered his mother. When I asked him why, he said, “Only God knows.”

The journey through Mexico for Central Americans can only be described as horrific. The best estimates are that 80% of them will be assaulted and robbed, 60% of all women will be raped. In fact, women are so sure they’ll be raped that most of them will get injected with Depro Provera, a long-lasting birth control (many Mexican shelters offer these injections). Until 2014, the majority of asylum-seekers and migrants rode the freight trains known as La Bestia and trains would be crammed with hundreds of people clinging to the tops of train cars. But that year Mexico, under pressure from the US to stop migration, instituted Programa Frontera Sur (Southern Border Program). Mexican authorities have prevented people from riding La Bestia by stationing immigration officials and police at train stations and, at times, by literally pulling people off trains. There are documented cases of police using Tasers, shooting at and, in some cases, killing Central Americans. Train companies have erected cement poles along some tracks so people can’t run alongside trains and hop on, and have also hired custodios, private security, to ride the trains. Custodios have robbed and beaten people riding the trains. Because they can no longer ride La Bestia, people are literally walking to the US. This is leaving them easy prey for drug cartels, who kidnap people and hold them for ransom, as well as local thugs. A shelter for Central Americans was opened in Chahuites, a small city in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, about a month after Programa Frontera Sur was instituted because virtually everyone passing through that town was being attacked.

There’s a quote from a shelter worker that sums up conditions: “People think, if I stay (in my home country) I will die. If I leave, I may die. They choose between certain and possible death.”

What are some of the solutions that you see that can help to transform their situations for an improved quality of life?

Obviously, immigration is a complicated issue and there are no easy answers. One thing we absolutely need is a fair guest worker program. We need farmworkers and dairy workers (and restaurant, hotel and landscaping workers) and the majority, right now,

A hidden area in Chahuites, Oaxaca where Central American women were dragged to be raped.

are undocumented. We need a program that ensures fair pay and treatment and allows them to come out of the shadows. In Central America, and I say this knowing US intervention has caused many of the problems there, we need to work with governments there to curb the gangs, build infrastructure and the economies and ensure safety. The majority of people do not want to leave their communities but staying has become far too dangerous.

Is the local and national media in Mexico and Central America representing the stories of the local communities properly and effectively, and, if not, what is story that is being told?

I can’t answer in much depth about the media in Central America and know only a little more about the media in Mexico, but most of my knowledge comes from more liberal newspapers and magazines. I have interviewed a large number of Mexican workers and every one of them has told me that Central Americans are discriminated against: they’re paid less than Mexican workers and are subjected to verbal and physical abuse. I also know that being a journalist in Mexico (and I’m sure in Central America as well), especially one reporting on corruption and abuse, is a dangerous job. In fact, according to Radio Free Europe, Mexico ranked second as the most dangerous

Zenaida is harvesting nopal. The work is done under a punishing sun and she and her husband, like most campesinos, earn about $2/day.

country for journalists in 2017, behind Syria and ahead of Afghanistan.

I know more about media in the US and the story here is that Mexicans and Central Americans who are trying to enter the US are criminals. That’s absolutely untrue. Certainly, there are some criminals trying to enter the US but the vast majority aren’t and all the data support this. Because of the increased danger of traveling through Mexico and the fact that it’s almost impossible to obtain asylum in the US, our media is reporting that more Central Americans are seeking to live in Mexico. That’s true but the problem is that, while Mexico may be theoretically able to absorb thousands of Central Americans, there are very few jobs available to them and the jobs that they are able to get won’t do much more than allow them to survive. That story is basically being ignored.

What are the solutions that you see and how can they be enabled?

Hondurans. MS 13 wanted him to sell drugs. When he refused, they threatened to kill him. They didn’t have the 20 pesos (just over $1) it cost to take a raft across the Rio Suchiate–the river separating Guatemala and Mexico–so they swam across. “The river is deep, it is dangerous,” said Alan “but we did it out of necessity.” Sandra, his wife, was pregnant with twins.

Again, we need a fair guest worker program for people seeking to work here. We need a program that allows the estimated 11 million undocumented people to come out of the shadows and to live and work freely. For those fleeing the extreme violence in the TNCs, we need to acknowledge the fact that they are refugees and we should grant them asylum.

To hear a conversation with Joseph Sorrentino, please click here:

Joseph Sorrentino is a writer and photographer who has been documenting  the realities of life in Central American communities.  He currently resides in New Mexico.

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The Interconnected structure of reality

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Post 9/11: Truth or Continued Consequences?

What did 9-11, Covid19, the Covid variants, the end of our 20-year war in Afghanistan, recent extreme weather events globally, and a decline in democracy in many nations all have in common?  First, they were all predictable, predicted, and preventable. Second, more costly blood and treasure consequences are yet to come – unless we understand the root cause and urgently act on it.

By “The Other” Chuck Woolery

Everyone who was conscious on September 11, 2001, recalls the events of that day. But understanding both the origins and the results of 9/11 is far more important than any acts of remembrance that we might perform. If we truly care to honor those who died and suffered on that unforgettable day, we must use our powers of understanding to develop sustainable strategies for preventing the next terrorizing event that might occur. Understanding must matter more than body counts.

The Post’s lead editorial of 9/11 cites Abraham Lincoln’s statement that, when combating danger “the best defense (against the dangers of his time) …lay in cultivating robust ‘reverence for the Constitution and laws,’ ” as well as his hopes that doing so “would inspire and sustain the people’s commitment to liberty and equality.”

In his writings, Lincoln also described the Declaration of Independence as “our apple of gold” and the Constitution as its “frame of silver.” To my mind, these analogies reflect our foundational goal of equality for all people, as invoked in the Declaration.   But our “rule of law, as detailed in the Constitution ignores both the concept of justice and humanities inalienable rights.  The Constitution’s reliance on the proposition of independence — a deeply flawed concept rooted deeply in our minds has not delivered justice or consistently protected human rights since its creation.  From the start it was engineered into every level of our nation’s government.

Many Americans today proclaim their allegiance to individual liberty at the freedom to infect others in their communities.  For a significant portion US citizens “independence” has come to denote the license to act irresponsibly without regard for the medical, environmental, or economic consequences their actions on others (rejecting masks, refusing vaccinations, or denying climate change).

This prevalent fusion of “freedom” with “self-gratification” has long consequences for rest of the world too. For many decades our foreign and military policies have disparaged other cultures as unworthy of the respect and privilege that we ourselves take for granted; we’ve dismissed foreign casualties as “collateral damage”, communist or terrorist sympathizers, or humans irrelevant to our nation’s interests.

My studies as a biologist and student of the natural world have made the fundamental flaws in our Constitution to be “self-evident”.  They consistently ignore the “Laws of Nature and Nature’s God” expressed in the first paragraph of our “Apple of Gold” the Declaration of Independence.   Interdependence is at the heart of nature’s laws. Chief Seattle (1780-1866), the head of the Duwamish and Suquamish nations, saw this clearly: “Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.”   Yet most of us ignore our irreversible global interdependence environmentally, economically, militarily, and health wise.   Without being responsible with our freedoms abroad we cannot expect to sustainably preserve our freedom, security, or prosperity here.

Until we grasp the wisdom and survival value of putting the global protection of human rights and the environment above the protection of national sovereignty and corporate power, our vulnerability to the kind of dangers inflicted on 9/11 will grow.  Sustaining what quality of life that remains and improving it for ourselves and our children we must abandon the illusion of independence.

 

Our interdependence within this nation and on this planet is accelerating and irreversible. Nearly every troubling trend we are experiencing today is a symptom of our delusion of separation. There is a medical term for this mental condition – anosognosia.  It is when someone is unaware of their own mental health condition.  In a world with the accelerating evolution of weapons, pathogens, failing democracies, and civil strife It’s time for a wake-up call.

Our human-created construct of independence is responsible for our persistent failure to understand and respond effectively to nearly every danger we face (pandemics, pollution, terrorism, cyber security, economic stability, drug trade, refugee flows, food insecurity, extreme weather events…), each with lethal and unfavorable consequences for all — both here and abroad.

We can no longer simply react when disaster strikes. We can no longer build back to what we had before. It’s imperative now that we build forward in ways that prevent dangers and conserve limited resources.  It is our only means of maximizing any sustainable prospects of freedom, security, and prosperity for ourselves and our posterity.  Most nations have agreed to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals by the year 2030.  It is the only comprehensive set of solutions we have, and humanity is not on track to meet them.  Time is not on our side…and e may not get another chance.

The truth of our interdependence can set us free.  Ignoring it will only have more unfavorable consequences.

 

Before you finish eating breakfast in the morning, you’ve depended on more than half of the world. This is the way our universe is structured, this is its interrelated quality. We aren’t going to have peace on earth until we recognize this basic fact of the interrelated structure of all reality.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

“A human being is part of the whole, called by us ‘Universe’; a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings, as something separated from the rest – a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and affection for a few persons nearest us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely, but striving for such achievement is, in itself, a part of the liberation, and a foundation for inner security.”   -Albert Einstein.  As quoted in Quantum Reality, Beyond the New Physics, p. 250.

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Notes on 9-11, twenty years later.

This is the anniversary of a dark day in our country’s history.  It has also been totally eclipsed by the utterly horrifying death toll from a preventable virus.  So much so, that after this year I doubt anybody will be putting much emphasis on 9/11 anymore.  Too many folks are mourning their current lost loved ones to spend heaps of time on those of a generation ago.

I wanted to start this essay with “I told you so.”  It sure would have felt good, too; 20 years after warning y’all about the mistake of going to war to avenge a violent terror attack.  Who the hell would read that article though?  Nobody.

Nobody likes to be told they are wrong, least of all ‘Muricans.

We don’t.  We blew it on Viet Nam.  But then we spent the next two decades fellating ourselves with Rambo movies and Reagan and other such exciting fictions.  So when 9/11 occured, we were 100% ready and willing and able to make the same mistake again.  Then – – our short-attention span made it so that we turned away from the Afghan rebuilding project to double down and invade Iraq.  (I decried that invason too, to no avail).

We then whipped up some fancy ‘mission accomplished’ banners and photo ops, and… spent the next 19 years waiting to be greeted as liberators.  August of 2021 may have finally put that delusion to bed.  Somehow, I don’t think so.

I hate being Cassandra.  I do.  Nobody wants to hear the unvarnished truth, that much is clear.  But why?  How is it we would rather keep suffering, and keep on making other nations suffer; instead of doing the simple, basic work to fix the problems once and for all?  *This* question has become my life’s work.

There are solutions, by the way.  Never ever let anyone tell you these problems cannot be fixed.  Those folks are selling you something; and are not to be trusted.  We could never have built civilization in the first place, if we did not have solutions available for getting people to co-exist, within community.

So forget all about ‘I told you so’, and forget about who’s fault it is that we are in such a mess.  Focus your precious time on learning about solutions.  I have close to 20 essays up on mobilized.news now, and plenty of others have stuff posted here too.  That’s one possible place to start learning if you need resources.  For the busier or more skeptical among us, here (below) are some short takes that may be of use.

I am sorry that we’re still suffering.  Maybe I haven’t done enough to help relieve that suffering.  Maybe I can do more.  But it’s not about me, and it’s not about you.  It’s about the future. It really can be as bright as we want it to be.  Our biggest hurdle to overcome is simply inertia –  – and that’s a choice we make every day.

Simply change your mind, decide to find a new model to live within.  Better days lie ahead.


Further Reading: 

https://www.mcsweeneys.net/articles/welcoming-remarks-made-at-a-literary-reading-9-25-01?

 

Daniel Quinn shared this insight with us: Most folks would say that “the world was made for Man, and Man was made to conquer it.”  But of course that is just mythology, nothing about it is true.  It’s far more accurate to say that “the world is a sacred place and a sacred process – – and we are part of it.”  Our fundamental mis-understanding of how the world works is the key to knowing why we keep going on foolish crusades overseas, why we keep destroying the climate even though we know better, and so many other maladies.  It’s time to change those habits.

I often recommend this book, and do so again today because it’s more relevant NOW than ever before.  “Beyond Civilization” by Daniel Quinn.  See also: “Providence”, and the 3 “Ishmael” novels… which would make one hell of a great miniseries, if there are any TeeVee producers reading this post.

Speaking of ‘more relevant than ever’, Bucky Fuller’s classic book-length essay Grunch of Giants came out in 1970 for crying out loud; it’s too bad we’ve never taken his wise advice.

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Here let us read in their own words, some post-war thoughts from a selection of unindicted war criminals.  They only barely register any remorse, and sure are twisting themselves in knots to justify their murderous idiocy.  NOTABLY ABSENT IN THESE INTERVIEWS: THE POINT OF VIEW OF ANYBODY AT ALL WHO WARNED AGAINST THE INVASIONS BEFORE HAND.  Such as Barbara Lee, Arundhati Roy, Naomi Klein, Medea Benjamin, or any of the Gold Star Mothers.  Funny how the media is falling over themselves to ask the guilty how they feel about being guilty.  It’s too damn bad the media doesn’t truly want to prevent future mistakes since that would be bad for their ratings.  Le sigh.

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2021/09/10/9-11-attacks-20th-anniversary-reassessing-20-years-of-war-506924

For a more rational change of pace, this journalist ignored the fatuous glad-handers who lied us into war and instead talked to the soldiers on the ground.  If you’re in a hurry, skip the last entry and just read this one.

https://www.politico.com/news/magazine/2021/09/10/politico-mag-afghan-vets-roundtable-506989

 

Here I offer a hat tip to my friend Alice Shikina, who has pointed me towards a far better means of conflict resolution – guided mediation & arbitration.  Groups such as SEEDS exist here in the Bay Area and similar ones are in most any big city near you.  We don’t have to spend our precious time being angry, or blaming the ‘other guy’.  We can instead work on listening and finding common ground.  There WAS common ground to be had with the Afghan people, for example, but we never once tried to find it.  We simply imposed a top-down model on them and then, were puzzled why they despised it.  What a huge missed opportunity.  Don’t you make that same mistake.  Check out the better options that are available and cost almost nothing to implement.

https://www.seedscrc.org/

www.cnvc.org

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That’s how the growing resentment against the unvaccinated is best expressed.   Somehow these people regard their decision to flirt with imminent risk as an act of patriotism, the pure expression of American individualism boldly spitting in the wind of governmental control and the face of death itself.

On the eve of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we might do well to remember the heroic efforts of the true patriots among us, first responders and committed civil servants, and not the swollen pride of the few who carried the banners of plastic flagstaffs, boldly flapping stars and stripes, on the roll-up windows of their Cadillac Escalades to tailgate parties on the weekends that followed.  Some people can sure talk the talk, and the rest, Hillary’s deplorables, show up at events like that of January 6th.

But to be certain, those patriots on September 11th who went into those collapsing towers were heroes not solely because they put their lives in danger, took a risk to save others, selfless acts in defiance of the most certain of consequences, but because they truly cared about you and me.  All of America was in those towers.

Looking back on the death toll that day, as staggering as it was, it was even more shocking that the event occurred in our sacred homeland, a place of safety where we Americans enjoy our freedoms unhindered by fear.   To secure that same future, we accepted a massive loss of freedoms to embrace the Patriot Act and we shipped thousands of young Americans to distant lands, many to fall at the hands of unseen terrorists’ IEDs while on patrol.

So why is it that with the overwhelming statistics on Covid deaths, rising infections, the many at-capacity hospitals and the lack of safety for our unprotected children, do these anti-vaxers maintain that their so called freedoms take precedent over the safety of the community at large?  These people are not patriots.  They are the worst kind of self-serving cowards!

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