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The Laredo, Texas and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico area
is the most violent area along the entire U.S. / Mexico border.
Several Mexican drug cartels are fighting for turf and power along
this part of the border and its long finger into America which
the cartels call "The Plaza."
As with the rest of the U.S. / Mexico border,
various gangs and cartels control vast segments of the border
itself. Should you wish to smuggle illegal aliens, slaves or sex
slaves or especially drugs into the United States then you must
pay a tribute to the gang or cartel on the ground in that area.
Since illegal aliens murder more people inside
the United States each year than we have lost in Afghanistan and
Iraq in five years of war, one has to wonder why the border is
not protected. Yes, al Qaeda killed four aircraft full of Americans
but illegal aliens murder more than three times that many people
inside the U.S. each and every year and nothing is done
to stop them.
To enforce their will upon the "unwilling"
the cartels use a hired army called "Zetas." The "Zetas"
were originally Mexican Army deserters. Today they are made up
of Mexican Special Forces, Mexican Federal, State and local police
and even Mexican civilian assassins and torturers. Guatemalan
"armies" are also now operating in northern Mexico and
Last year the violence of Mexico took a bad turn
when beheadings became the fashion. Human heads started washing
up on the beaches of Acapulco, the streets of Tijuana, and the
dance floors of popular nightclubs (five heads scattered across
the dance floor of a bar on September 6, 2006 in Michoacan).
Other methods of killing and torture include a favorite of Muslims
of Somalia which in Mexico is called "guisoe." The subject
is placed in a 55 gallon drum and then drenched with gasoline
and set on fire. Other popular methods today include placing a
burning tire about the victims neck and letting his head slowly
These gangs are in charge below the border. When
Nuevo Laredo elected a new police chief -- Alejandro Dominguez
-- he was dead before sundown on the day of his swearing in ceremony.
The United States is now nearly in a Death Spiral
of political correctness. Because the unbridled violence is cause
by a "minority" it is nearly impossible to discuss this
barbarity without being labeled a racist by the media.
Thanks to the lack of public support of the Border
Patrol, violence against U.S. Border Patrol Agents doubled in