Saturday, February 27, 2010

The Battle Against Mexico's Drug Lords Could Threaten America

The media is barely covering the bloody situation in Mexico, but the war against the drug lords there should be of the utmost concern to Americans. As high levels of violence and corruption continue to plague Mexican society, the U.S. needs to brace for a flood of narcotics, arms, and people seeking refuge crossing the border. A quick look at the resume of Teodoro Eduardo Garcia Simental, a top drug lord captured this month responsible for horrendous amounts of barbaric violence in and around Tijuana, shows the brutal nature of the conflict. He and his partners destroyed the bodies of hundreds of their victims by submersing them in tubs of acid, many of whom were kidnapped and held for ransom. The New York Times describes the conflict as follows: "When it comes to gore, Mexico’s drug traffickers seem to compete among themselves for the title of most depraved. One will chop off the heads of victims. Another will string dead rivals from bridges or burn their genitals. Recently, hit men removed the face from a dead man and sewed it onto a soccer ball.” People from countries known to be strongholds for extremist groups are being caught entering Latin America in order to reach the United States. Four Somalis have been found hiding in a tractor trailer in Honduras. In Colombia, 71 illegal aliens from Somalia and Eritrea were intercepted by the authorities in early January. The smuggling business, instability and poor control of America’s southwestern border provides an open opportunity for those wishing to do us harm...read more

6 comments:

marucha said...

Drugs has being forever. Recently in 1960 Amazon is prime grower. To supplied USA, Europe, and many countries. The idea is to Keep Black and Brown ignorant and slave under addicition. My Mexico has good people read History. Men are like everywhere money and sex is what motivated them to get in illegal business.

Anonymous said...

Someone told me that Claudia Canales who works as a attorney in Pearland Texas helped them catch him. Is this true?

Anonymous said...

Not true, Claudia Canales is trying to improve her image in the Houston area with creative tales of fantasy cases that do not appear in public record. If she had anything to do with this case she used a different name or had it deleted from public record.

Mikey said...

hahahahaa i went to TSU with claudia and her cup size is higher than her iq so there is no way she did anything on this case but read about it

Anonymous said...

SEAL THE BOARDER AND WE WONT HAVE THESE PROBLEMS!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

this problem is just a sample of what is to come if the US will not defend boarders both of them. I do hope the rule of law will prevail and prevent or at least make this situations less frequent