Tag Archive for Mexico

January 15, 2009

Mexico Collapse Would Demand American Response

In a just released report, the U.S. Joint Forces Command [Joint Operating Environment (JOE 2008)] warns that an unstable Mexico would be a “homeland security problem of immense proportions.” The report warns that “any descent by Mexico into chaos would demand an American response.” Mexico is already in chaos. How many more murders and beheadings […]

January 16, 2008

Cesar Armando Laurean May Be In Mexico: FBI

The FBI now believes that Cesar Armando Laurean may have fled to Mexico. NCIS says that Laurean was born in Guadalajara, Mexico, so he probably has plenty of contacts there. Guadalajara is a huge city with plenty of places to hole up in. Laurean has a tattoo of a skull on one of his upper […]

January 9, 2008

Three Americans Involved In Gun Battle With Mexican Troops

The McAllen Moniter reports that three Americans are in custody after a gun battle with Mexican troops. The Americans are suspected of being involved in a fierce gunbattle between Mexican troops and cartel members in the city of Rio Bravo. Read The Full Story At The McAllen Monitor

November 18, 2007

Arizona Terror Alert!

The National Terror Alert Response Center has posted a disturbing story detailing a terror threat against a target in Southern Arizona. The terror plot allegedly involves Iraqis that entered the United States illegally via tunnels under the United States/Mexico border. Read The Full Story At The National Terror Alert Response Center.

May 19, 2007

Commander Of Ft. Huachuca Issues Ban On Mexico Travel

Maj. Gen. Barbara Fast has ordered troops under her command to stay out of Mexico: KVOA—The Army’s top officer in southern Arizona on Friday ordered soldiers at Fort Huachuca not to travel into Mexico because of recent drug-related violence across the border. Maj. Gen. Barbara Fast, commander of the Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, issued […]

January 30, 2007

Border Patrol Case Gets Whitehouse Review

The federal case against Border Patrol agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean is getting a Whitehouse review: WND—Amid growing criticism from congressmen and activists of its handling of the prosecution of two Border Patrol agents, the White House is opening up a line of communication with lawmakers and promises it will review a transcript […]

January 24, 2007

Monica Ramos: Bush Is A Liar

Monica Ramos—wife of imprisoned Border Patrol officer Ignacio Ramos—reacted to the President’s State of the Union speech by saying he’s a liar and is selling out America to Mexico: WND—At the conclusion of the speech, Ramos, emotional and in tears, told WND in an exclusive interview, that she considered President Bush’s speech compete hypocrisy. “How […]

January 14, 2007

Mexico City Taking Orders From Beijing Orders Taiwan’s President Out

Mexico’s government ordered the plane of Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian out of its airspace this week after a request from the Chinese Government in Beijing: Reuters—Mexico ordered a plane carrying Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian to leave its air space this week at the request of China, which regards Taiwan as a breakaway province, a Mexican […]

January 5, 2007

National Guard Troops Overrun by Mexican Gunmen

AZCentral is reporting that U.S. National Guardsmen were overrun by gunmen and forced to retreat from their base camp near the Mexican border in Arizona: AZCentral—A U.S. Border Patrol entry Identification Team site was overrun Wednesday night along Arizona’s border with Mexico. According to the Border Patrol, an unknown number of gunmen attacked the site […]

July 10, 2006

Bush In Secret Plan To Merge Mexico, United States, And Canada

President Bush is said to be deeply involved in a secret plan that would merge Mexico, Canada, and the United States into a new governmental form: WND—Are secret meetings being held between the corporate and political elites of the U.S., Mexico and Canada to push North America into a European Union-style merger? Is President Bush’s […]