re shows you it's still growing into a bigger problem.
As far as my prevouse post it's so simple it's funny. they controle everything from the jobs to the peso's. they controle outsourceing. they
controle all imported industrie jobs. right down to the man that does each job.
so if they flee that controle they have nothing to lose. this is a country of opertunity mexico is not.
If they allowed a man to get wealthy the wealth could lead to power. To them power spells problems and friction.
Go to mexico as an illegal. im talken get past the tourist point the border towns down where you need a touravista and don't get one. what do you
think will happen to you ?
Ok now let one of them come here what happens to them ? just another example of there system at work compared to our's.
when you look at the houseing and jail's. ours is royalty to them better than there home.
and just to give you a closer hint to where im at on the border it is mentoned in the article.
here is an exerpt from it.
Border Patrol agents who once caught handfuls of immigrants a day here now arrest 140 or 150 a night. Armed confrontations are increasing, high-speed
chases have become routine and officials say they lack the resources to hold the line. At the same time, Mexican crime syndicates using two-way radios
and sophisticated cellphones have American law enforcement under surveillance.
"They will call in our agent locations and spy on us at our base right here," said Colby Morgan, an intelligence officer operating out of the Deming
Border Patrol Station, the largest in the state. "We haven't seen that before. They are getting at us from both sides of the border."
Palomas, Mexico, just across from Columbus, is a hub for smuggling cartels that view New Mexico as the easiest way to move people and drugs into the
And Deming, about 35 miles north, has become a distribution point.
The cartels' clout was evident last year when Palomas authorities tried to arrest a drug kingpin. Gunmen shot up the police station, torched the cars
and sent eight officers and their families fleeing to Columbus in search of political asylum.
[edit on 25-1-2005 by nmbvua]