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In a letter to Soldier of Fortune magazine, a Border Patrol agent stated that “The vast majority of the American people are totally oblivious that armed forces of a foreign nation routinely violate the sovereignty of the U.S.”
Out of Newsmax.com
Mexican Army Invades U.S.
Phil Brennan, NewsMax.com
Wednesday, March 12, 2003
It’s the war nobody wants to talk about: well-armed Mexican soldiers storming across America’s southern border, sometimes with guns blazing.
“We are in state of war,” Edward Nelson, chairman of U.S. Border Control, told Soldier of Fortune magazine. “And we are fighting enemies who have brought the battle to our shores. If ever there was a time for the United States to put troops on the border, it is now.”
A blockbuster exposé in the magazine's March issue notes that over the past five years, there have been 120 documented incidents of Mexican military/police incursions, sometimes resulting in the arrest of Mexican army personnel on U.S. soil by Border Patrol agents.
Thousands of Mexican soldiers, often ill-trained draftees, have been moved up to the border allegedly to fight narcotics smuggling. Many times these armed men cross the border chasing drug traffickers.
“Anytime you have the Mexican military running around with all these weapons and military gear it’s quite frightening,” said Raleigh Leonard, a Border Patrol public information officer.
The magazine cites incidents such as the one in March 2000 where soldiers in two Mexican army Humvees fired on Border Patrol agents in El Paso, Texas, and another in October, when 10 Mexican soldiers fired at a Border Patrol helicopter in California. www.newsmax.com...
By the way, everything I'm finding points the finger to Red China as being the supplier of Mexican weapons, etc..... How many of you have read the reports of foreign troops being spotted on our side of the border? There are many newspages of these. San Diego County is where they have been finding the Chinese ammo all over. It stands to reason that China is helping Mexico build up their military machine. My research shows China has been funding the major drug lords as well. There have been reports of people actually seeing Chinese troops doing manuevers near the border. Now either they are just helping the Mexican military (that in itself is scary) or they are training the Mexican military to aid Red China when the Invasion takes place. ffg
On an added note* Newsmax usually uses The Associated Press.
[edit on 9-1-2007 by FreedomFighterGrL]
The Russian and Chinese general staffs have long been fascinated by Hitler's invasion of Norway. In that invasion German combat units entered Norway disguised as civilians.
The Final Phase
WorldNetDaily Exclusive Commentary
China's silent invasion
Posted: August 19, 1999
1:00 a.m. Eastern
Mexico's top drug trafficking cartel, run by the Arellano Felix brothers in Tijuana, is working closely with the Chinese. According to Jamie Dettmer, writing in the August 23 issue of Insight magazine, ships arriving in Mexico from China may contain "more than illegal immigrants." The Chinese are pumping people and supplies into Mexico, and the cargo is considered so sensitive that it is "often under the apparent protection of Chinese and Mexican naval vessels."
American authorities are helpless, as usual, to block this strategic smuggling operation on our southwest border. America is helpless because President Clinton will not support improved border controls, and he won't get tough with the Mexican government. Clinton's immigration policy can be characterized as appeasement of the Mexicans, appeasement of the Chinese and a "who cares?" attitude.
Setting aside the issue of dangerous drugs and illegal immigration, the reason we should worry about drug and alien smuggling into this country, and the reason that no effort should be spared in making our borders impenetrable, is because nuclear and biological weapons can be smuggled into the country by the same routes that illegal narcotics are smuggled. According to Colonel Stanislav Lunev, highest ranking defector from the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian General Staff, narcotics trafficking is a way of establishing secure pathways into the United States. If there is a hole in our border due to corruption by drug traffickers, that hole can be used to ship more than narcotics. It can be used to ship suitcase nuclear bombs. Laugh if you like, but the United States is not invincible. If an alliance of relatively weak countries intended to defeat the United States in a war, they would have to take advantage of every potential avenue of attack. The open U.S. border to the south is an obvious weak point. In a typical war scenario, after a general nuclear exchange, thousands of Chinese soldiers pre-deployed to Mexico could move across the border and grab key points. Therefore, Chinese and Mexican warships escorting Chinese shipments to Baja California should raise a red flag.
Terror Threats During November 2005
Ryan Mauro - 12/10/2005
Global Politician's Terror threats for November 2005.
" There have been unconfirmed reports of a suspected Al-Qaeda operative being apprehended near the Mexican border. The spokesperson for Representative John Culberson of Texas has revealed more into potential terrorist activity near the border including, that purported arrests of “special interest aliens” was on the rise. The spokesperson also spoke of a “paramilitary training camp” near Matamoras, Mexico, which is just across the Rio Grande River.
"Former special forces officers, trained in Nicaragua and Guatemala, purportedly operate the camp, and it is suspected that smugglers and terrorists are present at the camp. The spokesperson also spoke of a sheriff confirming that the Al-Qaeda suspect was hiding at a community across the Rio Grave River “for a while” and may have been monitoring border activity. "
The lack of a cogent American strategy towards potential Chinese aggression, and China’s increasing gain on the U.S., in terms of technology and financial power, is resulting in a shift in attitude among Asian allies. It is a likely scenario that countries in the Asia-Pacific region will begin shifting towards China’s sphere of influence, finding more security in obeying Chinese demands than refusing, with limited U.S. support.
In fact, Tokyo’s governor has publicly stated that, in a war between China and the U.S., “I believe America can not win because it has a civil society that must adhere to the value of respecting lives.” He claimed that U.S. ground forces, except for the Marines, were “extremely incompetent” and that China would not hesitate deploying nuclear weapons on Asian and U.S. cities, even with the threat of U.S. retaliation. Apparently observing the lack of U.S. reserves and resolve in absorbing casualties in Iraq, he stated that, after 2,000 casualties with a war with China, the U.S. would likely withdraw.
Gen. Tommy Franks says that if the United States is hit with a weapon of mass destruction that inflicts large casualties, the Constitution will likely be discarded in favor of a military form of government.
Gen. Franks Doubts Constitution Will Survive WMD Attack
John O. Edwards, NewsMax.com
Friday, Nov. 21, 2003
Originally posted by crgintx
Japan was completely incapable of offensive war by the time the US attacked Iwo Jima and Okinawa. We could have easily pushed the Japanese forces from Manchuria and Korea and avoided the Korean War. Then from bases in China and Korea bombed Japan with impunity. Japan was a defeated nation as much as Germany was after its failed invasion of the former Soviet Union. The invasion and occuaption of Japan was totally unnecessary. Japan has no petroleum reserves which is why they invaded Southeast Asia and the Phillipines. The Japanese were totally dependent on foreign coal and steel as well. A total naval blockade would have starved Japan into 3rd world status within a year or two. US bombers basically roamed free over Japanese airspace by the time the A-bomb was dropped.