Mexican Soldiers Drop in for a Visit
It’s not an easy job being a U.S. Border Patrol official guarding the frontier with Mexico, say in Arizona where you have to confront heavily armed Mexican soldiers who draw their guns on you. In southern Arizona it seems to be an increasingly common occurrence to have soldiers from a neighboring country drop in on you for a visit. The question is, what exactly were those Mexican soldiers doing there when they drew their guns on the Border Patrol agents and faced off for a very tense 35 minutes or so? Chasing bad guys like drug smugglers they claim although some officials suspect they were likely providing cover for cartel smugglers rather than pursuing them.
In other words, in a near-war-zone like parts of northern Mexico where citizens have started taking up arms against the horrifying violence of the drug cartels and the mass murders they inflict on their fellow Mexicans how can you collaborate effectively with an army suspected of having a boot or two in the drug trade? How do you enforce a secure border in that sort of a neighborhood? With citizen activism like the Minutemen facing criticism from Latino groups some sort of Immigration Reform needs to get done. Wait ... did I say Immigration Reform? Let's start with not breaking the law, Ok? Let's start with not having drugs and weapons coming across the border. Will that take even more resources and officers? Of course it will, but the idea that it's someone's right to cross an international frontier and violate the laws of the country they are trying to get into seems to be sitting right under the surface in most opinions that criticize a well defended border. The size of the problem might seem overwhelming but the right of America to expect those huddled masses to obey the law is obvious and undeniable. America needs immigration and America has the obligation as much as the right to ensure that it is supervised and legal.
Posted by AllardK at April 7, 2014 1:43 PM
Jeb Bush refers to immigration as ‘an act of love’. He suggests a light fine is fair punishment for walking in.
We can find them planes in the deepest oceans but we have a hard time with tunnels along the border.
Ukraine is about to split up along ethnic/language lines. They will hold a referendum to determine who gets what. I would think Texans would be on the alert for similar actions in that area. Maybe the UN could hold a referendum to see who gets what when that time comes. Shouldn’t be taken too lightly. If we can give up the Panama Canal to China we surely could lop off a chunk of Texas, or Arizona and so on - - -
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To claim that Mexican soldiers are the Tijuana drug cartels is a bit of a stretch or have part in it. This is immigration all the same, they get out, no privelege due to some kind of uniform they might be donning. This is an invasion on our state sovereignty and needs to be dealt with by force. If they want to fight—let’s go at it—it will teach future generations.
Roy writes; ” I would think Texans would be on the alert for similar actions in that area.”
We are Roy. If necessary, we will do the “fibbies” job for them.
Reading the tea leaves I can’t see where anything much will change about the border. Most folks aren’t in favor of leaving the border open to all who want to walk in. Criminals around the world who couldn’t get in legally, drug lords, drug runners, jihadist, anybody for whatever reason.
Must be something like 20k murdered/killed along the border, both good folks and bad. You’d think the Corpocracy wouldn’t tolerate such but, the money is just to good. And, closing the border flies in the face of globalisation and the NWO. Recall that under the NAU our Southern security border was to be the southern border of Mexico.
I think most folks don’t appreciate the emphasis the Corpocracy puts on globalisation. Thinking of the ‘peace initiative’ and the urge to globalise following the Soviet breakdown. The idea was to entwine world commerce to a point where no one country could afford to breakout and go ballistic. And, here we are, ‘threatening’ trade sanctions against Russia. Suppose Russia had a trump card to play, maybe cajole China into the fray bringing on a world trade war. There goes WalMart!!
But, even if the Corpocracy ordered the border closed Holder one put in about one fence post a month and then have all of them sawed off at the ground the day O’ leaves office.
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