Skip to comments.Coming To A City Near You (What Mexican Youtube Videos Say About Our Border Policy)
Posted on 02/25/2011 11:48:22 PM PST by OddLane
While the police dragnet for the murderers of ICE agent Jaime Zapata continues, in spite of potential obstruction by a systematically corrupt Mexican polity, the brutality of the cartels that are thought to have been behind his murder continues to be documented by the news media.
Thanks to Boing Boing, weve learned of the lengths to which paramilitary drug cartels such as the Zetas will go in order to intimidate their criminal rivals. In this case, posting the most gruesome images from their attacks on the popular video-sharing website owned by Google.
As hideous as these videos might seem, theyre merely documenting a pattern of horrific violence and retribution that has been occurring for years. If you dont believe me, just skim a story about a series of decapitations aimed at the cartel that allegedly employed the perpetrators of agent Zapatas murder.
If the audacity and brutal nature of these crimes seem familiar, thats because they are. They are tactics adopted from the terrorist groups that have targeted Americans and our allies for the past three decades. Creeping Sharia has a great archive of articles exploring the connections between these Islamic terror organizations and their unlikely partners along the Mexican border.
It shouldnt take these bone-chilling images to make you aware of the problem inherent in our porous, lightly patrolled southern border, but I do think they clarify the issue before us. Unless we start to address this anarchic situation with serious solutions, the chaos will spread even further into American territory. Even a congressman with relatively liberal immigration views, Devin Nunes, has called for the United States Army to be called into service protecting this nations border security in his recently published book.
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