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    New pres of Panama may prove beneficial on slowing invasion of US


    https://twitter.com/BehizyTweets/sta...55725763314092

    BREAKING: Panama's new president José Mulino has promised to put an end to illegal migrants going through his country to cross the United States border. He defeated all the communist & socialist ruling parties in a MASSIVE upset

    Mulino has pledged to shut down the crossing and deport migrants who break Panamanian law, saying that he “will not permit thousands of illegals to pass through our territory like nothing, without control.”

    His opponents were actually campaigning to open up the path even more to increase the flow of illegals to the US

    He was originally supposed to be Vice President under Ricardo Martinelli but the current government sentenced Martinelli to 10 years for embezzlement & money laundering, Mulino became the Presidential candidate after that. Their Conservative Populist party had zero seats in the National Assembly and now they control the presidency. God has visited Panama

    Mulino is already talking to President of El Salvador Nayib Bukele and Javier Milei in Argentina
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    Outstanding news.

    That flew under the radar didn't it?

    Mulino, Bukele, Mileie and maybe Bolsonaro again.

    Perhaps there is hope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Outstanding news.

    That flew under the radar didn't it?

    Mulino, Bukele, Mileie and maybe Bolsonaro again.

    Perhaps there is hope.
    I hope he moves fast.

    What got me in that tweet was this:

    His opponents were actually campaigning to open up the path even more to increase the flow of illegals to the US

    That appears to be nothing short of sheer malice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    That appears to be nothing short of sheer malice.
    Of course it is.

    And it is already happening, both state and NGO organs are combining together to use demographic warfare to destroy this nation.

    The invasion we are suffering under is in no way "organic".

    It is a well funded and well organized act of Fifth Gen war.
    “It is not true that all creeds and cultures are equally assimilable in a First World nation born of England, Christianity, and Western civilization. Race, faith, ethnicity and history leave genetic fingerprints no ‘proposition nation’ can erase." -- Pat Buchanan

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    Good news posted?!!

    Love it

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    Good news moved...typical. LOL!!

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    It does sound promising.

    Latin America could be prosperous if it were not for greed and meddling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    ...
    He was originally supposed to be Vice President under Ricardo Martinelli but the current government sentenced Martinelli to 10 years for embezzlement & money laundering, Mulino became the Presidential candidate after that.
    ...
    Before getting to that part, my first thought was what crime will they come up with to stop him? Of course if they can't make that stick, they have other methods...
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    Certainly will be interesting to see what he does as president.
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