According to Wikipedia, “Human trafficking represents an estimated $31.6 billion of international trade per annum in 2010. Human trafficking is thought to be one of the fastest-growing activities of transnational criminal organizations.”

Is it too coincidental that the current flood of illegal immigrants is concentrated on teens and pre-teens?

Illegal immigrants are one of the most destructive aspects of the United States economy, yet nothing is being done to control the tide. The “children” and teens in the mix are a whole new threat. The males seem to trend toward gang membership. What is the function of the girls? Has anyone surveyed to see how many of these are already pregnant when they illegally enter the country? Is their purpose to get here and get pregnant? The goal… anchor babies.

The government releases them to the custody of whoever is at the other end of  the phone number they bring with them into the country. Then they disappear… thousands weekly.

The question would be, why is the government encouraging these people to make the journey? More so, who is helping them in the process. These teens are supposed to be from the lowest economic sector of some of the most impoverished nations. Yet there are 10’s of thousands who manage to accumulate the estimated $5000 minimum to pay the “coyete” to get them to the United States. The president and the vice-president both went to Guatemala recently. Are they making personal trips to pick-up their payoff money?

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