Skip to comments.Surfer's Baja Tale Is Warning To Others (American Tourists Robbed And Raped In Mexico)
Posted on 11/19/2007 11:16:35 AM PST by DogByte6RER
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LOL! WiseOldPro. You can't surf crime waves.
“Weber said the group hug, his term for the event, will help heal his mental and emotional wounds”
His wounds? What about his girlfriend...he does not mention her horrible experience...
My, my - a Statist like you is advocating illegally taking a firearm into a foreign nation? What is the world coming too?
Thats a really bad idea. The federal thugs down there set up roadblocks and search vehicles for weapons.
After being stopped at one of these checkpoints back in 95, I saw the writing was on the wall. Ive never gone back.
Thats what Id suggest - just stay out of Mehico all together. If they want gringo tourist dollars, let them clean up their socialist criminal cesspool.
Mexico has very strict gun control. A caller to Dennis Prager’s show said that Mexico has always been problematic, but back in the 50s and 60s it was at least livable. Then gun control came and now the citizens are helpless against the Mexican Mafia, the Federales, the local police, drug and gun smugglers, etc.
I’ve heard the same thing about Venezuela, and look how insane that country is now. I would never go to a foreign country except Canada or Costa Rica. It’s not worth the risk.
The surfer guy in the story said he’s not going back to Mexico, but he’d better locate the slug in the trailer if he changes his mind. The Federales will find it and charge him with a felony.
North American Union? Anyone?
>>Mexico has very strict gun control. A caller to Dennis Pragers show said that Mexico has always been problematic, but back in the 50s and 60s it was at least livable. Then gun control came and now the citizens are helpless against the Mexican Mafia, the Federales, the local police, drug and gun smugglers, etc.
That’s what I figured. I’ve talked to a young Mexican professional here in the US who described the towns along the drug routes in Mexico that are run by gangsters.
When I told him that they would have to get that under control, he said, “Good luck.” He’s powerless, but more importantly, just accepts it.
I wish we had taken Baja as part of the US when Mexico nearly defaulted on their debt back in the 90s. It would have been a lot of work to convert it to our laws and civilization, but worth it, I’d think. It’s too nice a place to be in Mexico.
Very strange indeed!