Wetbacks as refugees

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 Columns of refugees streaming out of Mexico into border states like Texas makes it easy for drug cartels to insert advance guards, a Green Beret predicted in 2010. Reprinted from ‘The Legendary,’ May 21, 2010. The implications for terrorists to use the same tactic are startling.

Waco – It was one of those get-out-the-vote meetings, the kind of thing political operatives do at primary time – every time. But this year was different. It was the year 2010.

A seasoned special ops warrior who began his life in Mexico, became naturalized when his father flew airplanes in the World War Two-era Army Air Corps, then served as a Green Beret, operating in exile in Laos and Cambodia where Americans were not supposed to be found, briefed the rank and file.

The Sinaloa Cartel, the Gulf Cartel, and the Zetas “are creating waves of refugees into the U.S. that also carry the advance elements of these cartels into our country,” said Bert Hernandez, a reserve police officer and the general manager of a local Ford dealership.

He and other TEA Party operatives set up an insurgency inside the local Republican Party structure that rocked and shocked the old guard, delivered a solid turnout of Hispanic votes, a swing element where before, none had existed.

He began his lesson in tactics by recalling the rivers of humanity that streamed down the roads of Europe as the Nazis displaced them. Similarly, the Soviets made the people of Eastern Europe walk across the face of the Warsaw Pact nations, just as the Czar had made Jews flee prior to the revolution of 1914.

What’s it all about?

“These human rivers of unfortunates were designed not just to impede their opponents by forcing them to maneuver around them, but also to deprive them of resources because they had to try to take care of their own people, who had turned from ordinary citizens into refugees.”

But there is more to be revealed, Hernandez counseled. “A side benefit of the creation of refugees was that it enabled them to mix in their advance elements and to reconnoiter for the main forces…Of course, they didn’t invent this tactic. Probably Attila the Hun invented it.”

What does this have to do with America’s borders? Drug cartels are purposely creating such miserable conditions throughout central America and Mexico that people are happy to gamble with their lives by bugging out for the U.S.

Mexican and Central American drug cartels are carrying out wars on three fronts. They are a natural result of drug wars in their home countries.

MS-13 is a gang that formed during intense fighting between left-wing militias and contra forces for the resources to create cash flow for their cause by selling marijuana and cocaine to Americans they turn into addicts.

These illicit substances intercrop well with bananas and coffee. The surrounding jungles provide excellent cover for refining laboratories, which produce the stuff that is used to make crack and crank.

Well-meaning people in churches and humanitarian aid organizations allowed these illegal immigrants to come in and get established in the U.S. They thought they were doing the right thing by allowing them sanctuary in our nation.

“All they were really doing was allowing the advance guard into the country to set up a base of operations for those who followed.

“I’m not saying that every illegal immigrant is  bad. I’m just saying that’s how they got their advance elements in place.

“Where law and order is not respected and enforced, matters are simplified for the lawless who find it easy to operate in underground societies.”

In days gone by, Hispanic gangs operated within neighborhoods. They exhibited codes of honor and respected members of opponents’ families and churches.

“Even the Mexican Mafia had a code of honor that they enforced. But the Cartels have changed that in their all-or-nothing wars on each other and the government of Mexico for control of the drug and human trafficking routes into the US. If you are an opponent of the Cartels, you and your family are not safe anywhere, ever.”

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3 thoughts on “Wetbacks as refugees”

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