Mexico: It is Time For You to Stop the Bullsh*t! $20 Toll on Americans Entering Mexico Starts Without Notice! Bastards!

August 21, 2015 in News by RBN Staff

Mexico: You are the worst kind of ingrate slime bags on the planet. What bad luck to have you part of North America. You despise us and are sucking the very life that we have known.

Source: Investment Watch
Submitted by IWB, on August 20th, 2015

Without notice, late Wednesday, Mexico began to impose a $20 toll on Americans entering through the border. You gotta go through line and fill out a bunch of forms. They say the toll last for 6 months but the cost and length of time can and will change without notice anytime they desire.

The reason? “For Mexico, it is a step toward closing an escape route for American criminals who disappear into Mexico. Border inspectors will tap into international criminal databases.”


OK Donald, time to get your groove on today. I am with you. Anything that you can do to sh*t down Mexico’s skull is OK by me!!

Mexico is a scourge upon the planet earth and will be the eventual final nail in the coffin of America. Pick out your casket now!

from AP:

Walking into Mexico at the nation’s busiest border crossing with the United States is no longer an uninterrupted stroll for foreigners.

Starting late Wednesday, pedestrians going to Tijuana from San Diego at the San Ysidro crossing must choose between a line for Mexicans who get waved through, and a line for foreigners who must show a passport, fill out a form and – if staying more than a week – pay 322 pesos, or roughly $20, for a six-month permit.

About a dozen foreigners stood in line Wednesday night, directed by English-speaking agents to six inspection booths where they got passports stamped. It took about 10 minutes from start to finish.

Travelers have long followed similar protocol at Mexican airports, but the new border procedure marks a big change at land crossings that weren’t designed to question everyone. Pedestrians and motorists have generally entered Mexico unencumbered along the 1,954-mile border with the United States.

“This is about putting our house in order,” said Rodulfo Figueroa, Mexico’s top immigration official in Baja California state, which includes Tijuana.

The changes, which have been in the works for years, come as Donald Trump has surged to the top of the Republican field in the U.S. presidential race. He has insisted that Mexico sends criminals to the U.S. and pledges to build a border wall at Mexico’s expense.

For Mexico, it is a step toward closing an escape route for American criminals who disappear in Mexico. Border inspectors will tap into international criminal databases.