Mexico In turmoil, Texas On Alert

Texas state Senator Dan Patrick (R) told Fox News that Texas has gone on alert for the first time in modern history over concerns of violence spilling into the U.S.:

Faultline USA reported:

According to

• 100’s of PRO-DRUG CARTEL Mexicans were blocking the entrance to the United States, yesterday and today, banging cars, shouting and holding signs. 10 people were killed Wed. and 12 more yesterday at the border (5 of which were children!!!)
• Mexico is breaking out in Civil War in the western part of the border and they expect it to spread the entire border with no end in sight.
• The National Guard will be activated as the scenario worsens and is on Alert now and will remain so until (and IF) Washington does something to end the danger on the border
Patrick has been in touch with DC and as yet, they have not responded.

Right Wing Sparkle mentioned these startling events at her blog a few days ago, advising folks to be on guard.


8 thoughts on “Mexico In turmoil, Texas On Alert

  1. There has never been a real will in Texas to do anything about the border. The cultures have become intertwined and there has long been a feeling that “real” Texans accept Mexicans, and have since before the Republic of Texas. They are a part of Texas culture, besides which they are everywhere in Texas. But when they become a majority they do begin to become a problem. Any truthful chicano will tell you that, as they lament the spread of “wetbacks”. Because Texans are generally apathetic or feel guilty about taking “their” land, the Reconquista is still underway. In Texas, the Battle of the Border was lost a long time ago.


  2. With all due respect, I grew up there and have family there. Please do yourself a favor and never go there expressing that sentiment. You might find a pocket where what you say is true, but you’re more likely to get a Lone Star wrapped around your head.

    If you’re talking about Dallas or Austin, those places are not really Texas. They’re imposters.


  3. The newly appointed Dep. Secretary for Policy (homeland security) is Esther Olavarria. She is an open border activist who helped write the amnesty bill with Senator Ted Kennedy. Can you believe this? She is going to write policy for the Department of Homeland Security. Bienvenido a Estados Unidos De Mexico. Bye Bye USA as we have known it!!!!


  4. Amazing the change in the last 6 years. I lived in Del Rio for 2 years (2001-2002) and didn’t think twice about going across the river with friends for dinner. Now the State Dept is advising college students not to go to Mexico on spring break due to the increase in violence. Seems like the world is spinning out of control.


  5. my ancestors immigrated with the Anglos to Mexico de Tejas and later fought in the Texas War of Independence – as Texians – and i am a descendent of the same family who built the Capitol Building in Austin, Gov. John Ireland, and to put it mildly, 7Heavens, is wrong. we do however, and always have, embraced the idea of “bracederos” or guest-workers. our economies needed their cheap labor.

    but not anymore. now, the only people who want more Mexicans here, both legally and illegally, are Democrats because they know that impoverished, disillusioned and illiterate peoples will ALWAYS vote for the Socialist party du jure, whether it be in Mexico, or in the US.

    i still say, and it is high time to do it, we should pay the Mexican govt to build – and maintain – the border fence. with only one proviso: every illegal caught getting past them, the money we pay them to police it will be deducted substantially. say by 10K per person we catch and send back.

    the Mexicans will have to offset their NUMBER TWO income producing industry – just behind petroleum – and that is dinero sent back to Mexico from the US by their citizens. i suggest, that yes, it will be better in the long run, and produce a verifiable result, to pay the Mexicans the money they would be losing, but deduct an amount for each one that slipped through. make THEM pay.

    illegal traffic would be shut down within a year to zero. and Mexico would become a de facto US Government contractor, with a vested interest in maintaining a wetback-proof border. just IMO. 😉


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