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Caravan migrants ‘self-deporting’ after TB, chicken pox and lice swamp Tijuana camp

Caravan migrants ‘self-deporting’ after TB, chicken pox and lice swamp Tijuana camp

Strong response by US Border Patrol after breech attempt also contributing factor in decision to return to Central America.

Central American migrants are beginning to turn ‘self-deport” back to their homeland rather than continue to stay in the temporary camp stationed within a sports complex in Tijuana, Mexico.

Despite traveling as much as 4,500 miles – much of it on foot – hundreds of migrants have already accepted free flights home rather than stay longer in the filth-strewn sports complex that has become their temporary home in Tijuana, Mexico.
Lice and respiratory infections are becoming endemic inside the Benito Juarez sports complex and health workers warn that it’s a matter of ‘when, not if’ an outbreak of serious disease sweeps the scruffy labyrinth of tents and tarps sheltering an estimated 6,000 people.

Tijuana’s Health Department revealed on Thursday that there are cases of migrants suffering from tuberculosis, chickenpox, skin infections, and there is now a risk of an hepatitis outbreak due to the squalid conditions.

So far, there have been three confirmed cases of tuberculosis, four of chickenpox, and four cases of HIV/AIDS.

There is also the threat of Hepatitis A, which has plagued neighboring San Diego recently. A significant factor contributing to the spread of disease and pests is the limited availability of sanitation.

The location also has only 35 portable bathrooms. A sign reading “No Spitting” was put up, as coughing and spitting by migrants are rampant in the shelter.

Tijuana Mayor Juan Manuel Gastelum said Tuesday that the city has enough money to assist the migrants only for a few more days, with the city saying it’s spending around $30,000 a day.

“We won’t compromise the resources of the residents of Tijuana,” Gastelum said during a press conference. “We won’t raise taxes tomorrow to pay for today’s problem.”

Migrants are beginning to give up hope. Not only is there a threat of catching a serious illness, but it also turns out that getting into the United States was much harder than the migrants may have been led to believe.

Facing a hostile welcome and little hope, a growing number of migrants have decided to turn back.

“We’re going home defeated, but alive,” said Yaison Roca, 29, a Honduran man travelling with his wife and three children who took part in Sunday’s border stampede and says the crackdown left his family traumatised.

On Monday, a line formed outside a tent set up by the International Organisation for Migration where migrants could ask to be sent home voluntarily. More than 80 requested help from the United Nations body that day, up from just a handful in previous days, officials said.


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Answer me this. If these “migrants” are so poor, etc, how did they travel all this way? Where did they get the food? Where did they sleep? Who provided the shoes? Where did THOUSANDS of people go to the bathroom?

I noticed many rode trucks, buses and “flat-beds”. Who paid for these trucks? Who paid the drivers? Who paid for the gas?

Why won’t our own nation tell us? Why isn’t this information KNOWN so we can know WHO is pushing the invasion, and the ultimate destruction of America?

This is really sickening and I feel it will get worse. Note, the purpose of the 2nd Amendment was to make it clear to our “rulers” that the PEOPLE (You and I) have the birth rights to form our own “well regulated Militia” (without ANY government involvement…since WE are the government) and use out own GUNS to defend OUR land….

The call should go out for all real Americans to go to the border, with our OWN GUNS and AMMUNITION…and deal with this problem. We killed MILLIONS during World War 2 since nobody wanted to speak German, but now? My kids are forced to learn a 3rd World Language.

Given the choices now? I would rather speak Deutsch, Verstehen Sie?

    Close The Fed in reply to Richard Grant. | November 30, 2018 at 7:29 pm

    Hear, hear, Mr. Grant.

    I’ve found out more.

    Some news reports right now are saying they were told the President of Honduras was going to Mexico City. They could go with him and get asylum in the US. It sounds innocent. Except…

    This is the President that was deposed in the 2009 military/ judicial coup, which the coup organizers blame the US for. In other words, ten years later, the “real” President – in his own mind – is traveling around stirring up trouble, and the group most prominent in organizing the protests… well, I also heard they’ve been fundraising in California. So, a mix of donors, a left-wing cause, a pile of promises… and if you believe the translations of their leaflets, an economic siege of the US and Mexico until both buckle. Presumably, enough to dissolve border controls and reinstall the “real” President to power in the course of answering the US’ many sins…

    The NGO and the UN and Soros types funded it. The result SHOULD BE the US working a RICO case and arresting them all.

    But it won’t.

    As for the third worlders having 3rd world diseases, color me shocked.

    Once again, regardless of the efforts of the MSM, the truth is leaking out.

    Sadly, the dems managed to get into the House by hook and crook, so this will not go away.

They are not migrants. Don’t accept the MSM/DNC axis’ spin on this.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to Recovering Lutheran. | November 30, 2018 at 8:20 pm

    “rather than stay longer in the filth-strewn sports complex that has become their temporary home in Tijuana, Mexico.”

    I bet that these people were the source of the filth.

4500 miles, “much of it on foot”… Uhhh, no. There’d be dead bodies strewn along the route if it was mostly on foot.

Perhaps when they return to their home countries they’ll tell everyone they know what a waste of time and effort caravans are, not to mention exposure to the cartels and diseases. That might put a stop to these political stunts.

bart simpsonson | November 30, 2018 at 7:44 pm

I don.t think the “migrants” necessarily thought it was a political stunt, unless someone paid them for attempting it. I cannot say the same for those who encouraged and fomented it. The likely suspects for that are American citizens, IMHO. Dimwitcrats and their political operatives and bankrollers (Soros anyone?).

80 out of 7,000 and counting

And the man with his 3 kids that stormed the wall?

I thought Mexico was going to arrest and deport those people!

Breech attempt?

GS has the money to try, try, again.

The location also has only 35 portable bathrooms. A sign reading “No Spitting” was put up, as coughing and spitting by migrants are rampant in the shelter.

When sanitation requirements get ahead of you, that means that the Big Three—cholera, dysentery, and typhus—are on the way. I doubt that “No Spitting” signs will do much to slow them down.

Look away liberals, as you always do. Poor impoverished people wanting work, used as props and discarded in a disease infested stadium thousands of miles from home. Horribly cruel

Oh for goodness sake, one percent maybe self deport from the camp of saints and we’re patting ourselves on the back? Tell me when something real happens.

These pure as snow poor soles must have been infected by exposure to the d-rats inciting them and organizing this invasion.

if they had tried to immigrate the correct way, the way it was done in the past thru Ellis Island, most of them would have been sent back home with TB and the like.

    artichoke in reply to ronk. | December 1, 2018 at 6:49 pm

    They wouldn’t have been “sent home” any farther than the distance from their home in Honduras and the US embassy in Tegucigalpa, where they would take and file papers. No need to travel here to apply for citizenship or asylum.