Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Brutal Mexican drug gang crosses into U.S.

Brutal Mexican drug gang crosses into U.S.; Washington Times
The signature crimes of the most violent drug cartel in Mexico are its beheading and dismemberment of rival gang members, military personnel, law enforcement officers and public officials, and the random kidnappings and killings of civilians who get caught in its butchery and bloodletting.

But this disparate band of criminals known as Los Zetas is no longer just a concern in Mexico. It has expanded its deadly operations across the southwestern border, establishing footholds and alliances in states from New York to California. Just last year, federal agents tied a cocaine operation in Baltimore to the Zetas.

Read the rest here.

Comment: While incursions like this are far too common place, Senators McCain, Lieberman, Kerry, and Graham continue to beat the war drum for additional imperialistic conquests in Libya and Syria, with the eventual culmination leading to Iran. Are you repeal naysayers getting the message yet? Our borders are left wide open and our Senate is helping to make war around the world for global corporatists. Does this seem out of whack to you? It does to me.

We need a senate that will protect and defend the Constitution and preserve the Union, not destroy it and use our limited resources for folly abroad. We need senators that will represent the issues that are truly effecting their states in the Federal Government, but that won't happen in its present state. Only when the 17th is repealed will the states have their rightful place in the Federal Government and then our border states will receive the attention and resources needed to block these incursions that would be considered acts of war in another time.

1 comment:

Hondo69 said...

Living in Texas I'm exposed to a great deal of information that never goes nationwide. It's an all out war with grenade launchers, rockets and other sophisticated weaponry. Once it spill across the border all the politicians can run to the nearest microphone and blame others. They have their speeches already prepared sitting neatly in a drawer waiting on the inevitable.