A DACA amnesty would put more citizen children of illegal aliens — known as “anchor babies” — on federal welfare, as Breitbart News reported, while American taxpayers would be left potentially with a $26 billion bill...Additionally, about one-in-five DACA illegal aliens, after an amnesty, would end up on food stamps, while at least one-in-seven would go on Medicaid. JOHN BINDER
Monday, July 8, 2013
VIVA LA RAZA SUPREMACY? RUTHLESS MEXICAN DRUG CARTEL LOS ZETAS INVADES AMERICA'S OPEN BORDERS
THE MEXICAN DRUG CARTELS HAVE ENJOYED EXPANDED UNDER OBAMA’S
SABOTAGE OF OUR BORDERS TO BUILD HIS LA RAZA PARTY BASE of ILLEGALS.
THE CARTELS NOW OPERATE IN MORE THAN 2,500 AMERICAN CITIES
INCLUDING OBAMA’S CHICAGO!
Known for mounting
the severed heads of its rivals on poles or hanging their dismembered bodies
from bridges in cities throughout Mexico, Los Zetas easily has become the most
feared criminal gang in Mexico.
"The Zetas are
determined to gain the reputation of being the most sadistic, cruel and beastly
organization that ever existed," said George W. Grayson, a professor of
government at the College of William & Mary and a specialist on Mexican
drug gangs. "Many of Mexico's existing drug cartels will kill their
enemies, but not go out of their way to do it. The Zetas look forward to
inflicting fear on their targets. They won't just cut off your ear; they'll cut
off your head and think nothing of it."
Ruthless Mexican drug cartel
recruiting in the U.S.; Los Zetas looks to prisons, street gangs
By Jerry Seper
The Washington Times
July 7, 2013
Los Zetas appears to have left a message for rival gang
Caballeros Templarios, or Knights Templar, in the form of vandalism of a temple
in Michoacan state, Mexico. (Associated Press)
A Mexican drug cartel known for kidnapping random civilians
and beheading its rivals has expanded its operations into the U.S.
The gang known as Los Zetas is recruiting U.S. prison and
street gangs, and non-Mexicans, for its drug trafficking and support operations
in Mexico and the U.S.
An FBI intelligence bulletin notes that "multiple
sources" reported the shift in Los Zetas recruiting. The cartel sought to
maintain a highly disciplined and structured hierarchy by recruiting members
with specialized training, such as former military and law enforcement
"The FBI judges with high confidence that Los Zetas
will continue to increase its recruitment efforts and establish pacts with
non-military trained, nontraditional associates to maintain their
drug-trafficking and support operations, which may increase violence along the
Southwest border posing a threat to U.S. national security," the bulletin
The expansion of Los Zetas operations across the
southwestern border has long been a concern of U.S. authorities. Trained as an
elite band of Mexican anti-drug commandos, Los Zetas evolved into mercenaries
for the infamous Gulf Cartel, unleashing a wave of brutality in Mexico's drug
Bolstered by an influx of assassins, bandits, thieves and
thugs, as well as corrupt federal, state and local police officers, the gang
has evolved into a well-financed and heavily armed drug-smuggling force of its
Known for mounting the severed heads of its rivals on poles
or hanging their dismembered bodies from bridges in cities throughout Mexico,
Los Zetas easily has become the most feared criminal gang in Mexico.
"The Zetas are determined to gain the reputation of
being the most sadistic, cruel and beastly organization that ever
existed," said George W. Grayson, a professor of government at the College
of William & Mary and a specialist on Mexican drug gangs. "Many of
Mexico's existing drug cartels will kill their enemies, but not go out of their
way to do it. The Zetas look forward to inflicting fear on their targets. They
won't just cut off your ear; they'll cut off your head and think nothing of
Weapons, cars, horses
The FBI intelligence bulletin quotes what it describes as
"corroborated collaborative" sources "with excellent
access" to show that Los Zetas has increased its effort to recruit and
contract with U.S. gangs for daily drug trafficking activities in the United
The bulletin says the FBI had "moderate
confidence" that Los Zetas likely will pose a higher national security
threat to the U.S., based on "demonstrated capabilities for violence,
their recent killings of U.S. citizens, increased kidnappings of U.S. citizens
on both sides of the border, and their continued participation in the U.S. drug
According to the FBI, Los Zetas:
• Made contact with the Texas Mexican Mafia prison gang and
tasked its members to collect debts, carry out hits and traffic drugs into and
through Laredo, Texas.
• Tried to recruit U.S. gang members in Houston to join Los
Zetas' war against the Gulf Cartel on both sides of the border.
• Was buying AK-47 semi-automatic assault rifles from the
Tango Blast, a ouston-based street gang.
•Had contacted the
McAllen, Texas-based Los Piojos drug gang to purchase vehicles for Los Zetas
members through thefts, carjackings and auto auctions in Texas.
Some of Los Zetas' U.S. contacts have involved millions of
dollars in drug profits, including efforts in Austin, Texas, to purchase,
train, breed and race American quarter horses in the U.S. Four men were
convicted in May for their roles in a conspiracy to launder millions of dollars
in Los Zetas drug money. Among the convicted: Texas resident Jose Trevino
Morales, brother of purported Los Zetas leaders Omar Trevino Morales and Miguel
Trial evidence showed that the men used straw purchasers and
transactions in New Mexico, Oklahoma, California and Texas to disguise the drug
money and make the proceeds from the sales of quarter horses or their race
winnings appear legitimate.
U.S. Attorney Robert Pitman in San Antonio said at the time
that the case showed how the corrupting influence of drug cartels had extended
into the U.S., with "cartel bosses using an otherwise legitimate domestic
industry to launder proceeds from drug trafficking and other crimes."
'A wake-up call'
Los Zetas activity has not been limited to the border
In November, five reputed Los Zetas members were named in a
federal grand jury indictment in a Chicago-based drug operation that
transported more than $12 million in drug profits between Chicago and Mexico.
FBI agents also seized more than 550 pounds of the gang's cocaine in the
U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald called the indictment
the "first federal prosecution in Chicago of defendants allegedly tied to
the Zetas drug-trafficking cartel."
FBI Special Agent in Charge Robert D. Grant, who heads the
bureau's Chicago field office, said the presence of Los Zetas in the Chicago
area "should serve as a wake-up call to law enforcement throughout the
In 2010, federal agents tied a cocaine operation in Baltimore
to Los Zetas. Prosecutors said cocaine and marijuana dealers gave $1.2 million
to the Mexican cartel for drugs. Convicted were Wade Coats, 45, and James
Bostic, 39, both of Baltimore; and Jose Cavazos, 43, of Midlothian, Texas.
Investigators seized $610,000 in heat-sealed bricks of cash
wrapped in aluminum foil in two suitcases, and recorded a meeting between
Bostic and Los Zetas members in White Marsh, Md., in which he handed over
$590,000 for marijuana and cocaine.
The Midwest and the Northeast aren't the only spots targeted
by Los Zetas for its drug trafficking operations. The Department of Homeland
Security has said Mexican drug cartels, including Los Zetas, have infiltrated
276 U.S. cities and represent the nation's most serious organized-crime threat.
The National Drug Intelligence Center said the influence of
Mexican drug gangs is "still expanding" and that Los Zatas is more
deeply entrenched than any other drug trafficking organization and operates
coast to coast.
Mr. Grayson has noted that Los Zetas members "pose a
more serious threat to citizens on both sides of the border." He said many
of the gang's members have homes north of the Rio Grande, where they seek
havens and attempt to lure young Americans into their clutches.
Mr. Grayson, the specialist in Mexican drug cartels, said
Los Zetas' distribution routes run through the U.S., which means the gang has
no respect for international boundaries. He said the gang considers Dallas a
key point for transporting and distributing drugs and, according to the FBI,
has gained control over U.S. gangs such as the Mexican Mafia, the Texas
Syndicate, MS-13 and the Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos.
A trail of body parts
Violence is Los Zetas' trademark. What the gang is capable
of was never clearer than the carnage it left in December 2009 on a squalid
back street in the border town of Reynosa, Mexico, across the Rio Grande from
McAllen, Texas. The bodies no longer looked like those of humans, torsos
scarred by deep lacerations and punctures, with badly beaten severed heads.
Butchered limbs lay scattered across a blood-stained tarmac.
"See. Hear. Shut up, if you want to stay alive,"
read a note written like so many others in block letters on blood-splattered
Anyone is a potential victim — men, women and children
Mexican authorities unearthed more than 150 bodies from mass
graves in April 2011 in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, which is across
the border from Brownsville, Texas. Many of the victims were kidnapped off
buses and killed when they refused to work for the gang.
The victims were Mexicans and Central and South American
migrants who authorities think were targeted to work for Los Zetas as gunmen or
drug mules. Others were thought to have been killed when they refused ransom
Los Zetas has used beheadings and dismemberments to punish
rivals or betrayers, establish turf, terrorize citizens against testifying and
press political leaders to collaborate. But random killings also have become
the gang's trademark — a demonstration that no one is beyond their reach, that
they can kidnap, torture and kill anyone they choose.
Many of the gang's targets have been Mexican military and
police personnel, but U.S. law enforcement authorities also have come under
As early as 2008, the FBI warned U.S. authorities that Los
Zetas was attempting to gain control of drug routes into America and had
ordered its members to use violence against U.S. law enforcement officers to
protect their operations.
Armed and dangerous
According to an FBI intelligence bulletin, the gang
stockpiled weapons in safe houses in the U.S. in response to crackdowns in the
U.S. and Mexico against drug traffickers. The bulletin said Jaime Gonzalez
Duran, head of Zetas operations for the McAllen, Texas, region, or "plaza,"
had ordered gang members to "regain control and engage law enforcement
officers if confronted." It said the gang members were armed with
"assault rifles, bullet proof vests and grenades.”
When Gonzalez Duran was arrested in November 2008 in Reynosa
by Mexican Federal Police and the Mexican army, police and military officials
took custody of what was then the largest weapons seizure in Mexico's history —
540 rifles including 288 assault rifles and .50-caliber sniper rifles, 287 hand
grenades, two M-72 anti-tank weapons, 500,000 rounds of ammunition, 67
ballistic vests and 14 sticks of dynamite.
In September 2010, David Hartley, 30, was fatally shot as he
and his wife, Tiffany, 29, were riding personal watercraft on Falcon Lake along
the U.S.-Mexico border in Zapata, Texas. Mrs. Hartley managed to escape, and
U.S. authorities said the shooters were members of Los Zetas. Shortly after the
attack, the lead investigator on the case in Mexico was decapitated
It also was a Los Zetas hit squad that killed U.S. Immigration
and Customs Enforcement Agent Jaime Zapata in a Feb. 15, 2011, ambush on a
major Mexican highway 250 miles north of Mexico City. Attacked with AK-47
assault rifles, Zapata was shot five times in the chest and his partner, Victor
Avila Jr., was wounded twice in the leg after being forced off the highway and
attacked — despite identifying themselves as Americans and being in a vehicle
with diplomatic plates.
Guatemalan officials said Los Zetas has established bases in
several jungle areas and formed alliances with Central American gangs to take
control of cocaine shipments from Guatemala to Mexico. Other links have been
forged between Los Zetas and the Ndrangheta, one of Italy's most powerful crime
syndicates that specializes in cocaine distribution and arms trafficking.
Los Zetas also has pushed its way into legal and illegal
businesses by killing, kidnapping or extorting those in control, a scheme known
as "plata o plomo," Spanish for "money or lead." According
to U.S. law enforcement and intelligence reports, gang members use their
massive supply of weapons and high-tech equipment to instill fear to take over
Seeking to grab a larger portion of the $25 billion cocaine,
heroin and marijuana market in the United States, Los Zetas is estimated to
have between 1,000 and 3,000 hard-core members and 10,000 loyalists across
Mexico, Central America and the United States. Authorities said the gang has
organized a sophisticated supply and distribution network through its
"The Zetas are quite diversified and they are good
bookkeepers," said Mr. Grayson, the College of William & Mary
professor. "They will go where they can make money and will do what they
have to do to make it happen."
MEXICANS ARE THE MOST VIOLENT AND RACIST CULTURE IN THE
WESTERN HEMISPHERE! INSTEAD OF OBAMA PUMPING BILLIONS INTO HIS MUSLIM DICTATORS
AND PROTECTING THEIR BORDERS, PERHAPS IT’S ABOUT TIME WE PROTECTED OUR BORDERS
FROM THE MEXICAN INVADERS!
WHY WE HAVE OPEN AND UNDEFENDED BORDERS WITH NARCOMEX:
The Lies, the Spin and Then More Lies… THE LA RAZA AMNESTY
HOAX to surrender to the Mexican Welfare State in America’s OPEN BORDERS
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"So that's the "pragmatic" Republican Senate
solution. Tweak this fatally flawed legislation by tacking a few fig leaf
amendments onto it, hoping it comes back from the House with the amnesty plan
still intact. Why? Not to protect the country, secure our borders, protect the
public safety or uphold the rule of law - but to win more votes from Hispanics."
TEXAS FALLS TO LA RAZA SUPREMACIST
We’ve got an even more ominous enemy within our borders that
promotes “Reconquista of Aztlan” or the reconquest of California, Arizona, New
Mexico and Texas into the country of Mexico.
Illegals cheat, distribute drugs,
lie, forge documents, steal and kill as if it’s a normal way of life. For them,
it is. Mexico’s civilization stands diametrically opposed to America’s culture.
The legal age of sexual
consent in Mexico is 12 years old. Sex with children at this age and younger is
socially acceptable in Mexico. For example: A Mexican Lopez-Mendez pleaded
guilty to sexual assault on a 10 year old girl in West Virginia.
BARACK OBAMA, LA RAZA FASCISM and the
CULTURE of DEM CORRUPTION
They Destroyed Our
“They knew Obama was an unqualified crook; yet they promoted
him. They knew Obama was a train wreck waiting to happen; yet they made him
president, to the great injury of America and the world. They understood he was
only a figurehead, an egomaniac, and a liar; yet they made him king, doing
great harm to our republic (perhaps irreparable.)”
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