2006-11-10 06:20:23 UTC
and rob blind of all its wealth, which is the historic legacy of the
Hispanick race of people: theft:
November 06 2006
Like Rosa's (not her real name), there are millions of families in
Latin America that live off the money their loved ones send home from
abroad. This year the remittances sent to the region from all over the
world are expected to reach $60 billion; $45 billion alone will come
from the United States. That's significantly more than the $30
billion immigrants sent home in 2004.
..........Brazil received more than $6 billion, Colombia more than $4
billion and Guatemala almost $3 billion. Dominicans in the U.S. sent
home $2.6 billion in 2005, and the $2.8 billion in remittances sent
home to El Salvador have become the country's biggest source of
income from abroad. The $860 million that Nicaragua receives amounts to
16 percent of the country's gross domestic product.