Skip to comments.Terrorist Group Setting Up Operations Near Border (Hezbollah in Mexico)
Posted on 05/04/2011 11:15:59 PM PDT by newzjunkey
A terrorist organization whose home base is in the Middle East has established another home base across the border in Mexico.
"They are recognized by many experts as the 'A' team of Muslim terrorist organizations," a former U.S. intelligence agent told 10News.
The former agent, referring to Shi'a Muslim terrorist group Hezbollah, added, "They certainly have had successes in big-ticket bombings..."
Now, the group is blending into Shi'a Muslim communities in Mexico, including Tijuana. Other pockets along the U.S.-Mexico border region remain largely unidentified as U.S. intelligence agencies are focused on the drug trade...
The agent, who has spent years deep undercover in Mexico, said Hezbollah is partnering with drug organizations, but which ones is not clear at this time... According to the agent, the organization sees the U.S. as their "cash cow," with illegal drug and immigration operations. Many senior Hezbollah leaders are wealthy businessmen, the agent said...
(Excerpt) Read more at 10news.com ...
Hey Prez - How’s the border fence coming along?
Great news for those of us who live in Northern Tijuana, aka, San Diego. /s
What's next, someone is going to suggest pulling troops out of Afghanistan and stationing them along our southern border with Mexico? Then nobody would be able to get in.
sarcasm;, in case it needed to be said.
A Palestine with a sombrero — now I’ve seen everything.
They surely are not the ‘gunrunner’ recipients are they?
All they need is a 4x4. There are hundreds of miles of unpatrolled road/trail crossings. Anyone from AZ/SoCal who has any off-roading experience has crossed the border, knowingly or not, repeatedly if they wheel there.
The DHS knows how easy it is. Remember, Nappy was AZ Governor...That’s part of why they want these areas closed to OHV access. WE suffer the loss of our public land rather than anyone else being ...inconvenienced by our presence there.
Look up ‘Glamis’ and the OHV areas along Interstate 8. Those dunes are wide open into Mexico and BLM has fought for years to close them.
Also, think how AZ has those signs now to ‘warn’ us about drug traffic.
The border isn’t ‘unsafe’, it’s a wide open freeway for terrorists.
Why bother blowing us up when they can waltz across the border, sign up for benefits, vote for anti-US candidates, and wait for us to bankrupt ourselves?
“What’s next, someone is going to suggest pulling troops out of Afghanistan and stationing them along our southern border with Mexico? Then nobody would be able to get in.”
YES!! That is exactly what we need, and we need it NOW!!
He doesn’t need one. Under his administration, we can invade any country and get who we want...as long as a liberal is in the WH./s/
What does the government of Mexico do with its time? Does it do anything at all? Or is it “Si - manana”?
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I suspect Leon Panetta - the spy master - knows - and is looking into this...
Where is another Capt. McNelly when you need him?
It’s clear the Feds can’t control the border. Time to beef up the Texas Rangers and let them do the job that others won’t do.
Nothing to worry about /sarc
“The border is safer now than it has ever been” - Janet Incompetano.
Despite what the Cops-Can-Do-No-Weong crowd wants to believe, they do not give a damn about the trials and tribulations of the ordinary working citizen. Control and compliance is their goal.
Criminals? Who cares what they do. We arrest a few every once in a while to make the sheep think that we are protecting them. When the criminals kill one of us, we go after them full speed.
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