Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Porous Border Opens Door
For Mexican Drug Cartels

by Senator John Cornyn - June 7th, 2010 - Washington Examiner

Just last year, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano testified before a Senate panel that Mexican drug cartels were operating in as many as 230 American cities. During her testimony, she claimed that cartels are the greatest organized crime threat to the United States.

The federal government’s refusal to secure the border has enabled Mexican cartels to operate across America

The reality is that this is the most open armed invasion ever attempted by a non governmental agency. However, though the cartels are at war with the government of Mexico, these two powers collaborate for their own reasons in subverting the American border. Both of these powers, the cartels and the Mexican government, gain huge revenue from the ongoing invasion. Both powers are also aligned with La Raza, the anti-American spy and propaganda agency for both organizations.

All three of these, La Raza, the Mexican government and the drug cartels, openly express contempt for America and wage war to subvert our national sovereign power. All three are campaigning for the end of the border so that Mexicans can freely invade us for the intent of destroying our nation. Step one is to get our nation to grant legal status to the current 12 million invaders.

If we do this, our nation is insane. This is war. Yet neither political party in America understands this.


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