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August 29, 2011

Mexico Tipped Over in Narco Hell

“Jorge Carrillo Olea, founder of Mexico’s leading intelligence center, said the “state has lost territorial control, and therefore governability,” over roughly 50 percent of the country…..Carrillo, who in 1989 founded the Center for Research and National Security, or Cisen, a civil entity overseen by the interior ministry, said Mexico’s crime and public safety problems will last for decades because the society has “reached a point of no return.” BORDER



Narco Arrogance

I use to go to Mexico twice a year as the typical coastal tourist. I ventured in a bit here and there, which took not much effort, maybe a few blocks, to visit colonias and get some experiences beyond the beach front. I had many wonderful encounters in people’s homes and will never forget the hospitality. Now, I am frankly hesitant to venture south of the border. I have friends who have gone south and had bad experiences with dangerous encounters involving their wife and daughters. Too bad. I know the same thing could happen in any major metro area in the U.S. but I did not go to some beach in the U.S., I went for the charm and perceived innocence of a Mexican resort or somewhere away from the resorts. A loss to be sure. I am glad I had the experiences I had way back when and am sorry the country has descended into terrorism….good job to the U.S. drug addicted!

June 13, 2011

Obama Admin Botched Operation: Fast and Furious

Let’s hear more about Fast and Furious operation of letting weapons flow south into cartel hands. Deplorable handling of case by ATF and coverup by Obama Administration. The call for control of assault weapons is a sham when the Obama administration (small A) and ATF screwed up on this one. How many murders? Don’t blame the shop owners. ATF told them they had it handled. They didn’t. How many murders?

March 27, 2011

Obama/Holder & the MDTO’s & Violence


Is this yet another sign of the incompetence of the Obama Administration? Something more corrupt?

February 17, 2011

Zipline Conservative’s Take…..

In the scheme of the same, filtered news it is disheartening to watch our Federal Gov dragging their collective feet. Frustration mounts with both parties.

The debt. Entitlements. Roll up your sleeves and do it. Raise the retirement age (I haven’t retired yet). Make the entitlements cuts. Do the hard things. Some how, some one pop that damn bubble these preening, coiffed Wigs exist in.

Mexico and the Cartels. How much are we aiding Mexico? Financially, I mean. We are dedicating funds but they are not arriving. The Mex Gov is finally standing up to them and paying a very heavy price, that law enforcement here has never paid. Funnel the types of money in there, that are needed, to beef up their military/police. This narco-terrorism ala Colombia. Now with the death of an ICE officer yesterday, it is a sliver of doom that will give a glimpse of what looms along the border of our nation. If it spills over, if the Cartels coalesce to take on us after they have finished with the Mexican law enforcement/military, what will we do?

Unemployment/underemployed/no growth/business energy withering: seriously, stop with the green BS already. Obviously, someone has money in the game for Boy Wonder to only be promoting green this and that. Gas prices mounting. Alternative energy options BS. Corn prices/ethanol costs going up. Food shortages elsewhere.

Wisconsin public employee protesters. STFU! Do something about your selfish, smothering consumption, you irresponsible sops. Shame on the organizing dweebs that show how irresponsible these unions are.

January 24, 2011

Narco Trafficantes Mierda ~ Borderline Beat

Excelente presentación de informes sobre las organizaciones de narcotraficantes mexicanos



Jesus Malverde, Sinaloan Patron Saint

I recall 23 years ago chasing Sinaloans in Portland, Oregon. Once the door came off the hinges, one would often find a picture of Jesus Malverde or a small statuette. I have a small picture somewhere of Jesus, I relieved off some Culiacan Cowboy. All these years later, the Cartels still compete. It is only a matter of time until the now and then homicide here gives way to mass executions. It was considered bad form to kill here years ago. You paid back at the rancho, not here because a homicide investigation provided not just the details of the murder, but familial links….gold for me when I worked with a MDTO Task Force…putting the links together…looking back down the pipeline.

June 23, 2010

Mexican Drug Cartels Setting Up in Arizona?

Heard this on news this morning. Nothing new here. Cartels have been established in U.S. since mid 80’s. Old worker smuggling routes have long been used to move drugs North. But, if they are becoming increasingly violent and aggressive toward authorities like they are in Mexico, then root them out. Hit them hard. There is no room for more cartel, gang or whatever one wants to call it. No damn mercy for these narco terrorists. Send a message and blow their collective goddamn ass off the planet and U.S. soil.

March 28, 2010

America….This Is A Terrorist…Not The Tea Baggers

Filed under: crime,Disgusting,Foreign News,terrorism — SwittersB & Exploring @ 6:03 PM
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“The body of Heriberto Cerda, the police chief in Agualeguas, was found on the bed of a patrol pickup truck, which was left on a dirt road in the nearby town of General Trevino. His head was on his lap,…The slayings came a day after Mexican marines on patrol in the Nuevo Leon town of Cerralvo came under fire after ordering a convoy of gunmen traveling in six vehicles to stop. Six of the assailants were killed….Nearly 18,000 people have died in drug-related violence since President Felipe Calderon launched an assault on cartels after taking office in December 2006.  In the northern state of Sonora, gunmen in a pickup truck fatally shot the deputy police chief and his bodyguard in the city of Nogales…”  Terrorism in Mexico…At Our Doorstep…Wake Up!

October 27, 2009

American L.E. Corruption Likely to Rise from MexCartels

Filed under: Arrogance of Power,Corruption — SwittersB & Exploring @ 4:34 PM
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“if you increase the overall number of law enforcement officers as dramatically as we have”—from 9,000 border agents and inspectors prior to 9/11 to a planned 20,000 by the end of 2009—“you increase the possibility of corruption due to the larger number of people exposed to it and tempted by it.” Note, too, that Drug Enforcement Agency data suggest that Mexican cartels are operating in at least 230 American cities.    The Mexicanization of American Law Enforcement

So, if they haven’t already, will whack job Muslims join forces with the Cartels in Mexico to compromise our systems? Worked in Colombia, Afghanistan…



Without belaboring the point, I have personal experience with the mentality of the true cartel trafficker…not the street thug gangster, but rather the original genetics of the Culiacan spawn. They are every bit as dangerous as any Taliban crazy. Power for Mohammed or dinero….it all cuts the same. America is to pussyfied to mentally deal with this for long. La Plaza’s of old are extending ever del Norte. Estan Listo?