Pres.Trump discusses Canada while announcing US-Mexico trade agreement:
“Frankly, the easiest thing we could do is tariff their cars coming in … I think we’ll give them a chance to probably have a separate deal. We could have a separate deal or we could put it in to this deal.” pic.twitter.com/kDFZQBBxkw
— NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (@NBCNightlyNews) August 27, 2018
Original translation by Iz-M
Support in Mérida for people presumably associated with islamists
Labboun Rafic Mohammed, the Muslim cleric allegedly linked to Hezbollah and a fugitive from U.S. justice who was arrested in Merida on September 8, 2012, arrived in Yucatan services through a network of Lebanese government officials in collusion with Belizeans, who gave him a fake passport from that country.
As we reported at the time, upon his arrest by officers of the Public Security Secretariat Yucatecan government, Labboun exhibited a Belizean passport in the name of Wilhelm Dyck, a Mennonite child born in that country in February 1976 who died two months later. A driver’s license was issued in the same name.
Yesterday we reported that Razur Antonio Elias, the director of the Mexican Drug Observatory investigating Islamist organizations associated with Mexican drug traffickers and their possible ramifications in the Yucatan Peninsula, said that this group of people offered Belizean passports for $ 25,000, with a birth certificate and fake driver’s license. In addition to these documents, the group organizes the transfer of these people with forged documents through Mexican territory to the U.S. border, where the city of Merida, it seems, is key to the logistics.
The detention of a Lebanese with a Belizean passport has set off alarm bells. Although Labboun Rafic Mohammed, arrested in September in Mérida, is a radical Islamist hardliner and a er of Ayatollah Khomeini, the U.S. authorities had failed to demonstrate his links with Hezbollah terrorist activity, until recently. Tracks New data from this case, however, point to the possible presence of the Islamic group backed by Iran and Syria in some areas of the Yucatan Peninsula.
But wait, Heznazi supporters (including the EU) swear that the Heznazis are just interested in defending the Heznazi homeland from the big bad Joooos! What’s they doin in Mexico?
Mexico Extradites San Jose Mosque Imam Accused of Hezbollah Membership
The news of the arrest was a major story in Mexico, but had little coverage on American or Israeli media sites. It should have.
Over the weeked, three suspected members of the terrorist organization Hezbollah, a proxy group for Iran, were arrested in the capital city of the Yucatan Province, Mexico.
One of the three, Rafic Mohamad Labboun Allaboun, 44, is a Lebanese American. According to Benito Rosell Isaac, head of the Mexican National Migration Institute (INM) in Yucatan, Labboun had a warrant out for his arrest from Houston, Texas, and he was deported there within hours of his arrest. He had a court appearance on Monday morning, September 1o, and then was returned to the San Jose division of the Northern District Court of California.
The news of the arrest was a major story in Mexico, but had little coverage on American or Israeli media sites.
It is a simple truism that freedom, will require the individual to be able to employ force in it’s defense. We can see that everywhere in the world where hubris made the people, demand that government, disarm the people. It doesn’t take long at all before people willing to use the force that the people forego, set the agenda for all.
Barack Obama has mocked those who say the border is unsafe: “Maybe they’ll need a moat. Maybe they’ll want alligators in the moat. They’ll never be satisfied.”
But for Texas ranchers in the Rio Grande Valley, the border has never been more dangerous. And they are stocking up with the hardware to do the job that the Feds refuse to do – AK47 rifles to defend their property and lives from border violence.
Barbed wire fencing doesn’t keep illegal aliens off the property anymore. One Starr County, TX rancher doesn’t have time to worry about the illegals these days. He now worries about the smugglers protecting their loads.
“I don’t think they would have any conscience of taking someone’s life,” the rancher says.
He saw that will to kill firsthand. A smuggler shot at him on his own land.
“One round was fired at me, and it missed my head by about two feet,” says the rancher.
He says there’s only way to react.
“Fire all the rounds you have, reload, and do it again,” says the rancher.
The local Armory Gun Store says business has been brisk for AK-47s and AR-15s from “countless” ranchers reporting break-ins and home invasions. But this rancher said no matter how many guns they buy, they will always be “outgunned” by the cartels.
I guess these ranchers didn’t get the memo from Obama and Big Sis that their border is “safer than ever”.
What will they want next….a moat?
I wonder where the line is between a criminal and military action in this case. I wouldn’t want to see the army used to catch a purse snatcher for instance, but I wouldn’t want the police to have to deal with this:
Dunno if this has anything to do with Islam or not other than the well established connection between Hizb’allah and Mexican drug cartels, but this story seems too important not to post anyway. Mexican drug gangs stopped a bus, took everyone off of it, played ‘jigsaw’ like games with the frightened passengers then killed most and let the most vicious ones live. This is what happens to failing states. I have this story thanks to a good friend of mine who follows the Mexican news in Spanish and this is the first English article on it he could find for me, but he tells me this story is far worse than is written here. For one thing, the bus company decided not to tell people what happened at first, as they thought it would expose them in some litigious way.
I will post more on this as I get it. Meanwhile, from KWCH.COM:
Mexican officials find 59 bodies in mass graves
Officials investigating the kidnapping last month of bus passengers find the bodies in eight graves in Tamaulipas; it is not clear whether they were among those seized. Five captives are rescued and 11 suspects arrested.
Reporting from Mexico City—
More than 50 bodies were found in mass graves Wednesday in the same area of northern Mexico where 72 migrants were massacred last year, authorities said.
Officials in the state of Tamaulipas said they found 59 bodies in eight graves during an investigation of the March 25 abduction of a busload of passengers. One of the graves had 43 corpses.
A statement from the Tamaulipas prosecutor’s office said a joint state and federal investigation led to the arrests of 11 suspects and the rescue of five captives. It did not give the identities of the suspects or of those rescued.
Officials said they were seeking to identify the dead to determine whether they were among those seized from the bus.
Tamaulipas Gov. Egidio Torre Cantu “energetically condemned” the crimes and vowed to work closely with federal authorities, the statement said.
The bodies were found in San Fernando, a rural county in Tamaulipas. Dozens of U.S.-bound migrants from Central and South America were found shot to death in August on a ranch in Tamaulipas about 90 miles from the Texas border.
Mexican authorities said those migrants were killed by members of the Zetas drug trafficking gang, which is based in Tamaulipas and has branched into migrant-trafficking, extortion and kidnapping. Officials said the migrants apparently were killed after refusing to go to work for the gang, one of the most violent in Mexico. Continue Reading →
This is interesting
Whether they are illegals or not, by helping these Afghans, thier loyalties are clear.
FOXNEWS…A loose network of Mexican-American women, some of whom may be illegal immigrants, have been responsible for helping numerous Afghan military deserters go AWOL from an Air Force Base in Texas, FoxNews.com has learned.
Many of the Afghans, with the women’s assistance, have made their way to Canada; the whereabouts of others remain unknown. Some of the men have been schooled by the women in how to move around the U.S. without any documentation.
The Afghan deserters refer to the women as “BMWs” — Big Mexican Women — and they often are the first step in the Afghans’ journey from Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas, to Canada, a diplomatic official told FoxNews.com. He requested anonymity because he is not authorized to speak publicly during an ongoing investigation by U.S. and international authorities into who helped the Afghans leave the Defense Language Institute’s English Language Center at Lackland.
The official’s account was supported by a source at the Defense Language Institute (DLI), who also requested anonymity. Foreign soldiers attend DLI to learn English before they receive specialized military training at various installations in the U.S.
The Afghan military men usually meet the women at three nightclubs in San Antonio, according to the DLI source, who accompanied some of the men to these locations and has been privy to discussions among them about the establishments and the women. The nightclubs include two military hangouts — Tiffany’s Cocktails and Mirage, located outside Lackland’s main gate — and Graham Central Station, a massive warehouse-like building in downtown San Antonio that houses “six nightclubs under one roof” that host a variety of theme nights. Photos on Graham Central’s website show scantily clad women rolling around in what appears to be Jell-O.
In the past eight years, no fewer than 46 members of the Afghan military have gone absent without leave from DLI. As most Afghans on the base do not have cars, many of them depended on the women to pick them up at Lackland’s back gate in the middle of the night and help them vanish. Continue Reading →