Past Features

April 15, 2015

Will Mexico Protect Us?
Or will they help ISIS?

Would an ISIS-led Mexican invasion of El Paso be resisted? -- April 14, 2015  
IS Sets Up Camp Within A Few Miles Of Texas Border
    Terrorism: No sooner had President Obama gutted border enforcement than the Islamic State built a Mexican training camp just a few miles from Texas. Did Obama doubt IS would take advantage of his immigration policies?
    If he did, he is dangerously naive. But we do not see how he could have been so clueless. There were plenty of warnings that IS was targeting the border, and they emerged even as he was putting the final touches on his executive amnesty scheme.
    Last fall, for example, a top Homeland Security official testified before Congress that U.S. intelligence picked up IS chatter about infiltrating the U.S. through its southern border with Mexico.
    "There have been exchanges among IS adherents across the globe speaking about that as a possibility," Francis Taylor, DHS undersecretary of intelligence and analysis, warned the Senate's homeland security panel.
    Well, guess what? According to an alarming new Judicial Watch report quoting several authorities on both sides of the border, IS has set up a base just eight miles south of El Paso and is conducting reconnaissance on U.S. airports and military bases. Colleges are also reportedly in the terrorist group's cross hairs.
    "During the course of a joint operation last week," the report reveals, "Mexican Army and federal law enforcement officials discovered documents in Arabic and Urdu, as well as 'plans' of Fort Bliss," the sprawling military installation near El Paso that houses the U.S. Army's 1st Armored Division.

Prelude to an Eventual Invasion?
Glenn Spencer, American Patrol Report
    Mexican President Zedillo, 1997: “I have proudly affirmed that the Mexican nation extends beyond the territory enclosed by its borders, and that Mexican migrants are an important, a very important part of it.
    "But neither barbed-wire fences, nor aggressive border guards, nor campaigns, nor laws, nor police raids against the undocumented, have stopped this movement of the masses that is unprecedented in any part of the world." ---Carlos Loret de Mola
    Mexico is seeking hegemony over the American Southwest. It supports the invasion by migrants. Should we be surprised if this narco state looks the other way while IS builds a terrorist camp near our border --- especially when the President of United States supports the Mexican Conquest of Aztlan and is soft on Islamic terrorists?
    All the elements are there - but will the mainstream media warn the people? Don't count on it.