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June 25, 2008
Mexican Army Invades Phoenix
Now can we start defending the border?
Police reports show that three men arrested in a Phoenix home invasion and homicide Monday may have been active members of the Mexican Army.
While on the J.D. Hayworth show, Phoenix Law Enforcement Association President Mark Spencer said that the men involved were hired by drug cartels to perform home invasions and assassinations.
The Monday morning incident at 8329 W. Cypress St. resulted in the death of the homeowner. Between 50 and 100 rounds were fired at the house.
Spencer said a police officer told him that one of the men captured said they were completely prepared to ambush Phoenix police, but ran out of ammunition.
He added that all were all dressed in military tactical gear and were armed with AR-15 assault rifles. Three other men involved in the invasion escaped.
Yet there is still no chance whatsoever that this president or our next one will establish control over the border with Mexico.
Whether these particular goons are active duty Mexican Army or not, they've helped make it obvious that the bloated obscenity metastasizing in Washington is not a legitimate government, since it willfully neglects a government's most fundamental duty: to protect its citizens and territory from foreign aggression. It is a gang of vampires that feeds on our money and our votes, nothing more.
On a tip from Wiggins.
Posted by Van Helsing at June 25, 2008 9:07 PM
Posted by: Jimbo at June 25, 2008 9:50 PM
This report says that they weren't active Mexican soldiers:
But that's irrelevant to the greater point really and of no consolation to the dead.
Posted by: Smoke TNT at June 26, 2008 2:51 AM
The title is misleading as these werent active Mexican Army and it was not like a regular military unit rolled into Phoenix.
Even so, it is another reason why the borders must be secured. Regardless of the status of the Mexicans they are criminals and killers and should get the death penalty regardless of what the Mexican government thinks about that. Or at least give them all frontal lobotomies.
Posted by: Anonymous at June 26, 2008 4:43 AM
Seal the borders? How? The borders have been wide fuckin' open for decades. I work with lots of Salvadoreans and some came across in a false bottom under a bus. They traveled for days tight like sardines, no food and urinating on each other and worse. They paid thousands of dollars apiece for that honor too. When they crossed the border the USA guards beat on the side of the bus and asked them if it was hot in there. Then they laughed and waved them through. Think they got any money for passing that breach? Think the big bucks didn't go to their bosses?
At least with those from El Salvador, they become legit, work hard, pay taxes and contribute to this nation. But they have no use for Mexicans and say they are lazy. That kind of surprised me to hear that from them.
Posted by: anon at June 26, 2008 5:11 AM
Defend the border and maintain the integrity of having citizenship of the nation. Our Supreme Court just gave full legal rights that any of us would have to foreign, un-uniformed terrorists, many of whom wheren't even from the countries where they were captured. They went there to raise hell and kill, and then they got caught. That's good for three officers and a firing squad in a sane world.
And then our superiors are moving toward giving full rights to gate crashers who just barge into the country and do crimes on top of invading. It's madness.
Our friends in DC are trying to destroy the institutions of family, private property and citizenship. It's bad enough already, but now we have a guy who's leading in the race for President sneering at "bitter" people for clinging to guns and religion etc. Good grief.
Posted by: forest at June 26, 2008 5:20 AM
"Seal the borders? How?"
Two words - Land Mines. Cheap, Simple and they last for years.
Mine the border, deport them all.
Posted by: Ricardian at June 26, 2008 7:00 AM
A really good editorial by Ann Coulter on energy, drilling, and Democrats. The antidote to drowning in moonbattery.
Posted by: mega at June 26, 2008 7:19 AM
On a somewhat related topic, a book I ordered last week finally came in yesterday, and what I read of it seems really good and accurate. It's called 'Cry Wolf,' by Paul Lake. It's similar to 'Animal Farm,' in that it's a political fable about a farm run by the animals, though there are some big differences. In 'Animal Farm,' the animals seize the farm from their abusive, drunken owner in a revolt, while in 'Cry Wolf,' they peacefully inherit it when their kind human owner dies. 'Animal Farm' was an allegory for Russia and used as a critique of Communism, whereas 'Cry Wolf' is an allegory for the U.S. and Britain and it criticizes our culture's obsession with political correctness, identity politics, and especially unregulated immigration (Told you it was partially on topic), as the domesticated farm animals who once had a firm 'No Trespassing' rule suddenly find their very way of life jeopardized as wild animals from the surrounding forest begin to slowly take over the farm. If you can find it, I recommend it greatly.
Posted by: Adam at June 26, 2008 8:39 AM
meanwhile, i just got caught arguing with some moonbats on a similar thing that originally started over at Gates of Vienna covering a rape in public by two turkish youths, in a subway system.
they are so wrapped up in their ideological sureness that it got surreal. they couldnt see that they were the same as the ones they were complaining about except their choice of weapons.
they are furious at the western guys who have basically signed off on being men, and one total moonbat went off about how the women in the US have handled the men and she would have given them a fat lip, etc.
a cogent explanation as to the problems with the solutions and the fundemental truth that what they did in the US was beat up on the people that liked them, and that the rad islamics who are projecting their way by force are people that hate them.
same thing in this case, they are the same mind that stalin had in the acceptance that there are no clean ways to change things so whatever happens along the way is just a sad consequence of history, not their actions. even though they claim to be ontroling history.
brussels, norway, england, france, sweden, all have serious problems with immigrants who have communist social justice education (meaning that anything they do is justice since the peopel they do it to must be oppressors), and a desire to obtain the places for themselves maintaining control in those areas.
we have a lot more problems coming down the pike since the disensentives by the left caused good people no longer to want to protect or defend the principals that they still live by. and so we have way too many crips, bloods, ms13, etc
Recent reports by the FBI and the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command show that gang-related activity in the U.S. military is increasing. The FBI report (.pdf) concludes the increase poses a threat to law enforcement officials and national security.
According to the FBI report, members of nearly every street gang have been identified on domestic and international military installations, and gang members have been known to enlist in the military by failing to report past criminal convictions or by using fraudulent documents.
The FBI report said that since 2004, authorities have identified more than 40 military-affiliated Folk Nation gang members at Fort Bliss, Texas, who have been involved in drug distribution, robberies, assaults, weapons offenses and a homicide. Since 2003, nearly 40 gang members have been identified at Fort Hood, Texas, and members of the Gangster Disciples based on post have been responsible for robberies, assaults, thefts and burglaries, according to the report. In addition, nearly 130 gang and extremist group members have been identified at Fort Lewis, Wash., since 2005, and in 2006, the Defense Criminal Investigative Service reported that gang members are increasing their presence on or near U.S. military installations.
so there is also other things just as bad brewing too. the most troubling in the article above is that that incident didnt make national press and light up the boards. which means that they asked them not to make something out of the mexican army part, and they just played it once, let it pass, and moved on.
the fact that such can be swept under the rug for convenience on many levels is whats really scary.
what happens when the members with training come back and start sharing their new knowlege and experience in urban warfare with the major gangs in the US?
more excuses to lock us down tight for our own good... which is why each lock down leaves the creeps alone and gets more honest people. though we dont seem to notice that.
when will we realize that their progressive thing was never designed to work. it was designed to sound great and result in crisis after crisis to estalbish and define the reason for the excuse for state control.
of course americans have this crappy notion that if it changes that way that they will all be lone heroes and somehow it will work out.
anyone want to tell them how many people avoided these situations when they happened, and that the death toll is in the tens of millions of people that couldnt get out of the way?
we lost this country back in the 30s... the problem was that they have been taking this long to slowly change things so as to not have the huge numbers of people do something about it, and lose control of it.
you can see that in the past few years the political acts are getting weirder and stranger. we havent figured out yet that these are directly the outcome of the acceptance of a premise and its implications flowering.
the premise though is a false one, so the outcome is not believed, and so not acted on while they wait to be convinced. so it also has inaction built into it.
so when the state pays for health care, then the state has to reduce cost. so what people expect is invention and productivity increase that would let them all share in something better, but still have what they have so far. what they get is the state forbidding any activity that has health consequences, like running, playing, sports... put padding on things, lower travel so that there are less accidents, etc. oh, and rationing so that you cant get access to it and so they control costs to the very penny by saying only X number can get this.
well whats the premises that are behind open boarder, and the artilce is the actual outcome from those premises in reality.
now they are going to be frozen by dissonance and not close the holes before the problem is so bad that they cant deny it any more. but they will.
Posted by: Artfldgr at June 26, 2008 3:52 PM