字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 So on the month of June 2015 I turned on the TV on Heard someone say this. Mexicans are rapists, they are criminals. We need to build a wall because this is a war zone. This'll was trump talking about Mexico, and many people around the world believed him. And to be honest with you, I almost did you. Maybe he was right. It must be scary at the border. Mexico must be at war. But then one day I decided to switch off the TV and go see the border for myself. And what I saw there was very different from what I imagined. This is the border between the United States and Mexico. It is what people call a war zone. It is where drugs and rapists come, but that's not entirely what I saw at the wall. I saw Americans who came to Mexico to live, to start businesses and to vacation. I saw Mexicans who started agriculture, businesses that make money for Mexicans in Mexico. At the wall I saw immigrants, but I saw them working on the Mexican side of the wall. That's when I realized Mexicans aren't necessarily flooding in as much as we think, in fact, more Mexicans left the United States than entered it in the last decade, and I bet you didn't know that from what I saw. Mexicans are proud people. They are proud of their culture off the food and they're using three. They are the ones who invented color TV. They invented birth control pills, the ones that save you from having kids. And they invented tequila, the one that lets you have fun. But perhaps the best example off the true Mexican came on the day off tragedy. An earthquake hit Mexico City, killing 370 people and destroying tens off buildings, including my hotel room, which was badly damaged. It was a dangerous, dangerous time for everyone, and we were all scared, plus all over the floor. Oh my gosh. But these days I truly saw the other side of Mexico. Within minutes, everyone was out of their homes, volunteering to help people formed human chains to carry food to the needy. Trucks were digging up destroyed buildings looking for survivors, and the entire nation stood still, helping itself recover from disaster. It's not the border, it's not the wall. This is the Mexico. That truly left an impression on me. On June 2015 the entire world heard these lines. Mexicans are rapists. They are criminals. We need to build a wall. But if my time in Mexico was any indication, it's that these lines couldn't be any more broad. See you next week. How are you? Thank you so much for watching the video. Try watching another video. They're short and they're meaningful. Also, try following this channel. I think you'll enjoy it every day. There's gonna be a much better video coming your way. Thank you so much.