We all know The United States is is deeply invested in the drug trade, or as politicians claim, waging war against the drug trade. Vast fortunes and power are accumulated by the blood of the innocent, the American tax payer, citizenry, society and ultimately the ordinary North American. The serious absence of attention and lack of any legitimate stomach to stop illegal immigration, is tantamount to domestic terrorism and high treason as it decimates our economy and social structure. This however, is consistent with the modern democrat agenda of forced multi cultural ism, whose directive is complete genocide of the American culture, as its nemesis is the inherent American spirit.
Today it’s public knowledge that illegal trespassers are residing across America without fear of legal ramifications least of all deportation. Why is this OK? I questioned a co-worker, “Hey, did you just hear that report? Stating Mexicans (imp-articular to this report) illegally living in America are just being allowed to stay? It’s not like their hiding, their location has been verified.”
This guy tells me,”Well yah, they should have the chance to live here.”
This is it America, this is why we deserve the genocidal cultural smack down courtesy of the controlling global multiculturalism. Why don’t Americans, of every so called race, cherish the “pure gold” early revolutionaries so freely gave us?
Is it the prerequisite of every American citizen of Mexican decent, to recklessly abandon his or her moral axiom and fall in line when asked about illegals? Is it the inherent (erroneous) cultural guilt that drives white “wet in the pants”liberal‘s to pick and choose which broken law is morally defensible? updated 12/20/12
Below is an article from Stratrisk:
Mexicans raise questions over CIA role in drug war
by PHANTOM REPORT on AUGUST 29, 2012
Mexican politicians demanded answers from their government on Wednesday after reports that two Americans wounded when federal police opened fire on a US embassy car were working for the CIA.
The US and Mexican governments have said little about the victims’ work since last week’s shooting, a silence that has put a spotlight on the growing but often secretive US role in Mexico’s brutal drug war.
The left-wing opposition Democratic Revolution Party said it would summon government officials to a Senate hearing in order to clarify the murky role of the US Central Intelligence Agency in Mexico.
“We will ask for a hearing with the public security minister, the foreign minister and the navy to find out what CIA agents are doing in Mexico and why they are fighting each other,” Senator Mario Delgo told MVS radio.
Washington works closely with President Felipe Calderon’s government against drug smuggling under the $1.6 billion Merida Initiative, providing training for law enforcement officials and equipment, including Black Hawk helicopters.
After days of feverish speculation here about who the wounded Americans were working for, the New York Times reported Wednesday that the pair were employed by the CIA as part of an anti-drug task force.
But Mexican daily El Universal, citing a confidential official report, said they were CIA agents who supervise instructors at a navy shooting range.
The CIA and Mexican foreign ministry declined to comment. Calderon voiced regret over the incident on Tuesday and pledged an exhaustive investigation.
A US State Department spokesman would only say on Tuesday that the two were US government employees working on “law enforcement cooperation.” The pair were repatriated to the United States over the weekend.
According to official accounts, the two were driving with a Mexican navy captain to a military training facility south of Mexico City on Friday when federal police shot at their armored US embassy car.
Authorities are holding 12 police officers over the shooting as prosecutors mull charges against them.
Unnamed US officials told the Times that there was no evidence so far that the unidentified Americans were targeted because of their affiliation.
Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard, a member of the Democratic Revolutionary Party, had already raised questions about the CIA’s presence on Tuesday.
“The Mexican government must give a complete report on what the CIA is doing here, with whom it is working and what is the extent of its work,” Ebrard said. “Everything is in the dark.”
Calderon’s government has been forced in the past to defend the presence of US agents or the use of US drones over Mexican territory in the fight against drug cartels.
Analysts say the number of US security officials in Mexico has soared since Calderon launched an anti-drug offensive in 2006. More than 50,000 people have died since Mexican troops were deployed against the cartels.
But Calderon has refused to disclose the number of US law enforcement agents in Mexico. Under Mexican law, foreign agents or soldiers are forbidden from taking part in operations or carrying weapons in the country.
“Of course many of these operations are taking place, and of course they are bypassing the legal framework in doing so,” Edgardo Buscaglia, a security expert and senior research scholar at New York’s Columbia University, told AFP.
Americans have shed blood before in Mexico’s drug war. A US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent was killed and another wounded last year when Zetas cartel gunmen shot their car between Mexico City and Monterrey.
“The expansion of the US presence within Mexican soil is unprecedented,” Buscaglia said. “We are reaching levels — not in terms of soldiers but in terms of American intelligence — that are close to Afghanistan.”
Politicians can easily retard and ultimately stop drug tragic and illegal immigration, but with billions of dollars funding the global initiative and the saturation of the foreign criminal culture, it’s contrary to the democrat play book.
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