President Obama’s plan for the implementation of the North American perimeter is essential for the integration of North America. When completed and each of the three nations of North America has operational control of its borders, this common outer security perimeter will allow for the free flow of people throughout the continent. And with that, everything bad about our neighbors to the south will find a home in America.
The Mexican drug cartels, who already have drug distribution operations in 270 towns and cities of the United States thanks to the hard work of Homeland Security, will bring with them your worst nightmares. In Mexico their targets are men, women and children. Their targets are anyone who publishes or broadcast the crimes of the cartels, corrupt politicians, police, and the military with ties to the cartels. Over the next three decades the southwestern United States will, because of open borders, become a de facto part of Mexico where Spanish is the official language and violence is commonplace.
Free speech and the freedom to report the news does not exist in Mexico. If you write or broadcast anything against the cartels in Mexico, your life expectancy diminishes greatly. Now that threat has spread to social network blogs.
(09/15/11) Two bloggers who posted online against the cartels were brutally killed as a warning to others:
“A woman was hogtied and disemboweled, her intestines protruding from three deep cuts on her abdomen. Attackers left her topless, dangling by her feet and hands from a bridge in the border city of Nuevo Laredo. A bloodied man next to her was hanging by his hands, his right shoulder severed so deeply the bone was visible.
Signs nearby said they “were killed for posting denouncements of drug cartel activities on a social network.”
Two blog names, Al Rojo Vivo and Blog del Narco were listed on the placards found near the bodies. Other threats were to other blogs who wrote about cartel violence in the social media. The messages were signed Z, most likely meaning the Zetas cartel.
Reporters in Mexico are prime targets for assassination if they do their job and report the crimes. On September 1, 2011, two women journalists were found murdered in a Mexico City park. This brought the death toll for reporters killed in Mexico to 80 since 2000.
According to Radio Formula, the two women, Ana Maria Yarce Viveros, founder of the weekly magazine Contralinea and Rocio Gonzalez Trapaga, a freelance journalist who once worked for Televisa, had their clothes removed, “their hands and feet were bound and ropes left around their necks. This kind of macabre presentation is the hallmark of a drug cartel killing.”
Reporters Without Borders say that:
“Mexico is one of the hemisphere’s most dangerous countries for the media. Drug cartels and corrupt officials are implicated in most of the crimes of violence against journalists, which always go unpunished. As a result, journalists often censor themselves and some have to flee into exile.”
“Mexico and Iraq ranked jointly as the second-most dangerous countries in the world for journalists in 2010, after Pakistan.” Coming soon to America.
In addition to reporters, the cartels have another target to intimidate the enemy as well as the public. And that is children:
(04/07/11) San Luis Potosi, Mexico. “On a sunny afternoon last week, when the streets of this mountain mining city were filled with schoolchildren and parents hurrying home from work, gunmen entered a tiny apartment and started firing methodically.”
“The assassins killed everyone: the family matriarch and her adult son; her daughter and son-in-law, and finally, her 22-month-old grandaughter.
“The child was not killed by mistake. Preliminary forensics indicate that the gunmen, unchallenged, pointed a pistol at Scarlett Ramirez and fired.”
Once again, “competing criminal groups appear to be killing children to terrorize the population or prove to rivals that their savagery is boundless…” There is no safe haven. Incomplete statistics show that at least 994 victims under 18 “were killed in drug-related violence between 2006 and 2010…”
Cartel assassins now target their enemy and their family:
Some “recent, sensational killings of children–shot in a car seat, dumped in a field with a bullet in the head, killed as their grandmothers cradled them–have shocked Mexicans…”
“In February, assassins went hunting for a Ciudad Juarez man, but the intended target wasn’t home, so they killed his three daughters instead, ages 12, 14, and 15.”
“In Juarez, they told a 7-year-old boy to run, and shot his father. Then they shot the little boy.”
Children in Mexico no longer have a normal life. Their thoughts are distracted from their studies. Now they wonder, as they closely observe their surroundings, if they will die before their next birthday.
And then there are the children who wind up working for the cartels, especially the poor. “Children as young as 10 have been employed by crime gangs to watch over street corners or sell drugs…” Some as young as 14 become assassins. See the story of El Ponchis, The Cloak, who, when asked, “How many have you killed?,” responded “Four.” When asked how he did it, he said, “I slit their throats.”
What does all this mean for America?
It means that Barack Obama and whoever follows him will take on the task of integrating North America into a trading region with governing institutions having sovereignty over American citizens. The goal is to replace the sovereign nation state and destroy the unity of its people through multiculturalism. It means the end of our language, our culture, our history, our unity.
And with the open borders for North America, courtesy of the North American perimeter that Obama said would speed up the flow of people and commerce, that hell on earth known as Mexico, will migrate to the United States. These “new Americans” will be welcomed with open arms by Wal-Mart, GM, Ford and the rest of corporate America. More cheap labor and more profit for CEOs and investors.
It also means a large part of the Southwest U.S. will be inhabited by Mexicans. Most of the governments; city, county, and state will be run by Mexicans and other Latinos. Members of Congress will also be Mexican. Spanish will be the official language and with dual citizenship, their loyalty will be to Mexico. The rule of law will be carried out by the same people who defined the art of torture and murder south of the border. Business as usual.
USNORTHCOM will be tied up with similar problems across our nation and many of the American contingent of soldiers will have to decide whether or not to join Mexican troops and possibly fight against American citizens. Please check out USNORTHCOM’s site and the fact that it includes troops from Mexico, Canada and the United States training and fighting together for corporate North America.
American citizens will need to make some hard choices over the next few decades as our “leaders” continue to destroy our nation for a “new vision for North America.”
Does this mean all of the drug addicts in the United States will cease their activities? No. They won’t. It means that those 270 distribution centers can be expanded to supply the market.
When you destroy the unity of a nation and offer nothing in return but an overcrowded “region” with a large group reclaiming “their” land, who have nothing but hatred for America and Americans, plus dwindling resources, permanent high unemployment, and a failing U.S. government, the end of American history will not be pleasant reading.
AN UPDATE ON OUR NEIGHBORS SOUTH OF THE BORDER
(09/20/11) Headlines: “Bodies of 35 people dumped in Mexican port city.”
This was a hit on the Zeta Cartel by the Gulf Cartel:
“The bodies of 23 male and female murder victims were abandoned in front of the Plaza Americas commercial area this afternoon in Boca del Rio, a suburb of Veracruz.
“The bodies were on board and scattered behind 2 flatbed pickups on Manuel Avila Camacho boulevard that were left at the scene during rush hour traffic at approximately 5:00 pm.
“Hundreds of horrified motorists and onlookers witnessed as gunmen on board several pickups escorted the vehicles to the site where they hung a banner, threw some of the bodies to the roadway and left.” Read more.
See just another day in Mexico at publicintelligence, photos and full captions.