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New Mexico: Border emergency declared PostSun Aug 14, 2005 7:26 am  Reply with quote  

Border emergency declared in New Mexico

CNN | August 13 2005

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson declared a state of emergency Friday in four counties along the Mexican border that he said have been "devastated" by crimes such as the smuggling of drugs and illegal immigrants.

The declaration said the region "has been devastated by the ravages and terror of human smuggling, drug smuggling, kidnapping, murder, destruction of property and the death of livestock. ...

"[It] is in an extreme state of disrepair and is inadequately funded or safeguarded to protect the lives and property of New Mexican citizens."

New Mexico shares 180 miles of border with the Mexican state of Chihuahua.

"The situation is out of hand," Richardson said Friday night on CNN, noting that one 54-mile stretch is particularly bad.

The Mexican government issued a statement in which it acknowledged the problems along the border, but said it continues to make consistent efforts to target them along with U.S. authorities.

It said some of Richardson's views stem from "generalizations that do not correspond to the spirit of cooperation and understanding that are required for dealing with problems of common concern along the border."

Richardson's declaration makes $750,000 in state emergency funds available to Dona Ana, Luna, Grant and Hidalgo counties.

Richardson pledged an additional $1 million in assistance for the area, his office said in a news release.

He said on CNN that the funds will be used to hire additional law enforcement personnel and pay officers overtime.

In announcing the state of emergency, Richardson -- a Democrat who served in President Clinton's Cabinet -- criticized the "total inaction and lack of resources from the federal government and Congress" in helping protect his state's residents along the border.

"There's very little response from the Border Patrol," he said on CNN. "They're doing a good job, but they don't have the resources."

The governor announced the move after a helicopter and ground tour of the border near Columbus, New Mexico, the statement said.

He said on CNN that he "saw the trails where these illegal routes take place" as well as fenced areas along the border where the fence is "literally nonexistent."

According to Richardson's statement announcing the declaration, "Recent developments have convinced me this action is necessary -- including violence directed at law enforcement, damage to property and livestock, increased evidence of drug smuggling, and an increase in the number of undocumented immigrants."

He called on Mexico to "bulldoze the abandoned town of Las Chepas, which is directly over the border from Columbus."

The statement went on to say that "Las Chepas is a notorious staging and resting area for those who smuggle drugs and immigrants into the United States."

Some of the pledged funds will be used to create a field office for the New Mexico Office of Homeland Security to focus specifically on the border.

There will also be new efforts to protect livestock in the area near Columbus, "along a favorite path for illegal immigration where a number of livestock have been stolen and killed," the statement said.

Richardson said he wanted residents of the four counties "to know my administration is doing everything it can to protect them."

Alejandro Cano, secretary of industrial development for the Mexican state of Chihuahua -- which borders New Mexico -- pledged to support Richardson's efforts, the statement said.

Richardson told CNN he met with Mexican governors several weeks ago on border security.

"My people on my side asked me to take this step, and I've done so reluctantly," Richardson told CNN. "As governor, I have to protect the people I represent."

He noted he is the nation's only Hispanic governor, and "we're a state that's been very good to legal migrants. ... This action, I believe, had to be taken."

The Mexican Foreign Ministry sent Richardson a letter Friday saying it has requested that Mexican consuls in Albuquerque and El Paso, Texas, meet "as soon as possible" with New Mexico officials "to promote pertinent action by the authorities of both countries in the framework of existing institutional mechanisms."
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PostSun Aug 14, 2005 7:37 am  Reply with quote  

There is an undeclared WAR on the Mexican border at the moment andd the media is saying dick about it.

So far ive heard that there has been over 100 Americans killed along the border in the past week.

F'ing..A$$H0!e BUSH wont do a DAMN THING ABOUT IT either.


I guess DOING NOTHING iss now the CONSERVATIVE THING TO DO!!!

Makes my blood BOIL!!!

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PostSun Aug 14, 2005 8:05 am  Reply with quote  

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F'ing..A$$H0!e BUSH wont do a DAMN THING ABOUT IT either.


Mech, you're allowing your anger to cloud your good judgement. Of course he's done something about it, how do you think these conditions were made possible in the first place?

I have a very, VERY hard time not seeing this immigration/border-jumping crap not being a desired state. The wall of silence that comes from Washington confims it's duplicity in whatever the ambitions actually are in permitting these transgressions against our country. I actually read that he allegedly called the Minute Men "Vigilantes"..

Rolling Eyes

Seeing government approval of this exploitation isn't very hard. What's hard for me is seeing WHY and HOW it would benefit in allowing this to happen.

There's a bigger picture here that is being overlooked.
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PostSun Aug 14, 2005 8:52 am  Reply with quote  

Yeah its TWO FOLD

..its called the PAN AMERICAN UNION and the complete loss of American sovereignty to bring in eventually a ONE WOLD ORDER.

The European union was the start...

two....the Mexican DRUG CARTELLS didnt pay "their cut"..nor did they want to and are FIGHTING BACK.
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PostSun Aug 14, 2005 9:22 am  Reply with quote  


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What's hard for me is seeing WHY and HOW it would benefit in allowing this to happen.


It depends on what perspective you look at it from. As far as the large majority of the middle class and poor American citizens goes it's certain to be a disaster and polls show that most people fully understand that. We now know however that the government no longer represents the people so the majority rule has become largely irrelevant.

Now for who it benefits and why and of course it's absolutely intentional:


1) Many businesses in this country are far too willing to exploit these illegal immigrants, most of the time paying them sub-minimum wages under the table and without benefits. This cost cutting technique is saving them a fortune! These same companies lobby heavily in Washington and bribe Bush in to inaction, after all the Republican Party is and always has been the party of big business and the wealthy and Bush never denies them what they want. Lobbyist activity in fact has actually doubled since he's taken office if that tells you anything? These legal infractions aren't just being committed by the smaller companies either. Wal-Mart just recently settled a lawsuit, agreeing to pay 11 million dollars for hiring illegal aliens as janitors. The obvious answer, most business benefits. Many smaller businesses that choose to do it the right way by hiring and paying livable wages to American citizens have and will continue to go under by design. Especially if they can't afford to set up shop overseas and take advantage of foreigners the way the larger ones do. This will actually encourage this type of illegal hiring activity out of self-preservation. It will no longer be lucrative to pay Americans to do jobs that others will do for far less. It will also help to eliminate competition and make it easier for large monopolies to form and dominate the market. As if that wasn't bad enough, most of the money that these Mexicans make doesn't even get spent in this country.

2) This government allowed influx of illegal immigrants in conjunction with Nafta, Cafta and other "free trade" agreements is also being done with another clear purpose in mind. Helping to reduce the overall standard of living in this country so that the average American has no choice but to accept lower wages and less benefits (eventually none) if he/she wants to work at all. Of course the vehemently anti-union rich republicans are going to endorse this cause. Statistically when large groups of people from a poorer third world country move in to a more sophisticated one such as the states, they instead of improving their own standard of living tend to bring their pre-existing levels of poverty with them to their new destination. That is why the latest statistic of Texas becoming the fourth state where whites have become the minority is so alarming. I'm assuming this number doesn't even count the millions of illegal immigrants, just the legal ones? Think about what this is doing to the economy. Once again the benefit goes to big business.

3) This one is real simple, the politicians don't want to jeopardize the Latino vote by creating impediments to the border. Organizations like Mecha and La Raza will paint (and have) anyone willing to enforce border control as a racist and these politicians don't want to lose their Latino votes. Benefit goes to the politician looking out for his own ass and not the people.

4) Also simple, the "war on drugs" is a joke. The government doesn't want to put an end to the drug smuggling in this country. Too much cash is currently circulating throughout the states as a result. Each time you go to buy groceries, the very money you're using has most likely already passed through the hands of a big time drug smuggler at some point. This is a dirty fact that most Americans don't want to face. No one really benefits but it's something of a catch 22.

5) Bush doesn't want to upset Vicente Fox because quite frankly our business's value building their unregulated sweatshop factories over in Mexico almost as much as they enjoy using the Mexican people for slave wages over here. Bush doesn't want to step on Fox's toes too much so that the crooked companies of this country can continue to enjoy his cooperation. He of course is one of the greatest opponents to our securing the border. Loads of our money is being brought back to him and his country. The benefit in this case goes to once again big business and Fox himself.

Any questions? Money talks......


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I actually read that he allegedly called the Minute Men "Vigilantes"..


They're just undocumented border agents. Very Happy
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PostSun Aug 14, 2005 9:39 am  Reply with quote  

Bush administration orders Border Patrol to stand down even more!


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Topics: President Bush, Border Patrol, Homeland Security, Illegal Immigration, Congress, Republican, Betrayal, Oath of Office

U.S. Border Patrol agents have been ordered not to arrest illegal aliens along the section of the Arizona border where protesters patrolled last month because an increase in apprehensions there would prove the effectiveness of Minuteman volunteers, The Washington Times has learned.

Read the latest headlines about illegal immigration.

More than a dozen agents, all of whom asked not to be identified for fear of retribution, said orders relayed by Border Patrol supervisors at the Naco, Ariz., station made it clear that arrests were "not to go up" along the 23-mile section of border that the volunteers monitored to protest illegal immigration.

"It was clear to everyone here what was being said and why," said one veteran agent. "The apprehensions were not to increase after the Minuteman volunteersleft. It was as simple as that."

Another agent said the Naco supervisors "were clear in their intention" to keep new arrests to an "absolute minimum" to offset the effect of the Minuteman vigil, adding that patrols along the border have been severely limited.



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PostSun Aug 14, 2005 9:44 am  Reply with quote  

I actually heard about this first on the O'reilly Factor of all places.

Bush Proposal Prompted Surge in Illegal Immigrants


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Watchdog Group Claims Administration Sought to Cover Up Data



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President Bush's proposal for a guest worker program to help stem the tide of illegal immigration actually prompted a surge of illegal border-crossings that the administration then sought to cover up, a watchdog group charged today, citing a 2004 survey by the U.S. Border Patrol.

Judicial Watch, a Washington-based public interest group, said the survey, obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request, showed that 61 percent of a sample of detainees who had been caught illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexican border in the wake of Bush's proposal said they had been informed by the Mexican government or the media that the Bush administration was offering amnesty to illegal immigrants. Nearly 45 percent said the purported amnesty influenced their decision to enter the United States illegally, Judicial Watch said.

"The results indicated that President Bush's proposal had actually lured greater numbers of illegal immigrants to violate the law," the group said in a 16-page report on the Border Patrol survey. It said the Bush administration aborted the survey on Jan. 27, 2004, within a few weeks after it began, because it was producing "politically inconvenient and/or potentially embarrassing data." The U.S. government never issued a report based on the survey.

"The White House directed Homeland Security public affairs officers to deliberately withhold information from the public and the media about the Border Patrol survey and a related spike in illegal immigration," Judicial Watch said, citing documents it obtained under the FOIA.

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PostTue Aug 16, 2005 9:36 am  Reply with quote  

It's amazing that we have to hear about this though British channels as our own media remains dormant.

Gang wars plague Mexican drugs hub


Gang violence has left its mark on Nuevo Laredo


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Raul Llamas inspects the gaping holes gouged in the wall of a house in Nuevo Laredo by a rocket-propelled grenade.

"It's like Iraq, isn't it? We are in the middle of a war here. Two narco-trafficking gangs are trying to get control," the Mexican radio journalist says.

He used to report on the cartels for a local radio station. But one of his colleagues was killed earlier this year.

Now he does different stories. "It's very difficult to be a reporter here," he says. "People are too scared."




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The violence stems from a turf war between the powerful Gulf and Sinaloa cartels.


Mexico is like the ham in the sandwich, between the supplier, which is Colombia, and the consumer, which is the US
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They both want to control Nuevo Laredo - the busiest port of entry into the US, just over the border from Texas.

**comment added** (You'd think that we'd have the National Guard there by now monitoring this situation but nope, drug money is too big)

An estimated 110 people have been killed this year, including 15 members of the police force. The most recent was a female police officer, killed last Wednesday.

The US recently had to close its consulate for a period, after the warring cartels attacked each other using bazookas and machine-guns.

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PostTue Aug 16, 2005 10:26 am  Reply with quote  

THE COMING BREAK UP OF AMERICA: PART I

THE COMING BREAK UP OF AMERICA: PART II
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PostWed Aug 17, 2005 9:26 am  Reply with quote  

A second state, Arizona has now also declared a state of emergency!!!


The unmitigated disaster continues to unfold.


US State Governor Declares Emergency Along Mexican Border


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Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano
The governor of the U.S. state of Arizona has declared a state of emergency along the Mexican border in response to illegal drug and immigration activity.

On Monday, Governor Janet Napolitano earmarked $1.5 million in state funding for four counties that border Mexico. The money is intended to help police officers combat drug traffickers, illegal immigrant smugglers and criminal gangs.

The governor says the federal government has failed to secure the Arizona-Mexico border, a situation she says is threatening the health and safety of Arizona residents.

Governor Bill Richardson in the neighboring U.S. state of New Mexico declared a similiar state of emergency last week.

State leaders from both states have been urging President Bush for more resources to improve border security.

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Governor's Words Rile Mexicans; Border Security Drives Debate





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Gov. Bill Richardson's declaration of a state of emergency along New Mexico's southern border set off commotion in Mexico and drew international media attention.

One of Richardson's policy advisers said Monday that Mexican authorities had been warned Richardson planned to take aim at drugs and violent crimes associated with illegal border crossings.

That didn't prevent an international squall played out in the Mexican press after Richardson dropped a sharply worded bomb on Friday.

Richardson said in a statement Monday that states don't need to apologize for taking border security into their hands.

"There needs to be a comprehensive strategy that involves local governments," he said. "Those of us here on the border know what needs to happen and we need to be involved."

Richardson on Friday declared a state of emergency in the southern counties of Grant, Hidalgo, Luna and Doña Ana, saying the state's border "has been devastated by the ravages and terror of human smuggling, drug smuggling, kidnapping, murder, destruction of property and the death of livestock ... "

Richardson said he would spend $1.75 million on security improvements and suggested bulldozing a Mexican border town popular with smugglers of humans and drugs.

Richardson policy adviser Bill Hume said Juan Solano, Mexico consul general in Albuquerque, met with him Monday and told him the comments ruffled feathers.

"He made us aware of some of the reactions in Mexico, their displeasure with it," Hume said.

At Solano's suggestion, Hume said, officials from Chihuahua, New Mexico and the United States could meet soon in Deming to brainstorm on border security and come up with a coordinated approach to dealing with crime associated with illegal immigration on both sides of the border.

Richardson discussed his border plans on "Lou Dobbs Tonight" on CNN on Friday and was scheduled to go on "The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News on Monday night, his office said.

The Mexican media jumped on Richardson's allegations and some Mexican government officials shot back, saying Richardson had exaggerated and generalized border problems.

The Mexican Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Richardson's comments "do not correspond to the spirit of cooperation and understanding that are required for dealing with problems of common concern along the border."

Chihuahua Gov. José Reyes Baeza urged "constructive dialogue" between governors on both sides of the border, and the mayor of Ciudad Juárez, Hector Murguia, invited Richardson to cross the border to see how nice border communities can be.

Some Mexican media erroneously reported Richardson wanted to fence off the New Mexico border. A newspaper in the United States wrongly said Richardson was courting the help of Minutemen volunteers.
"Totally wrong," Hume said.

Richardson plans to spend about $50,000 to fence the stockyards at the Columbus Port of Entry, but has no other plans for fencing along the 180-mile New Mexico-Mexico border, Hume said.

Richardson said Monday he is not in favor of closing the border.

"We're looking to increase law enforcement to knock back the illegal activity associated with the immigration," Hume said.

Hume said Richardson has no plans to meet with the Minutemen, the volunteer group that occupied Arizona's southern border this spring.

Richardson hopes his commitment to border security might keep the Minutemen from carrying out a planned October blitz in New Mexico, Hume said.

"We do not look with favor on volunteer civilian border guards," he said.

Richardson spokesman Billy Sparks said e-mail response to Richardson's statements "has been overwhelmingly favorable." Of about 200 e-mails, he said, about 190 were supportive of better border protection.

Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., on a tour of the border Monday, said Richardson was right to declare a state of emergency and he hoped it will call attention to the needs of the region.

The New Mexico Republican Party commended the Democratic governor in a news release Monday.


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somethin's fishy? PostWed Aug 17, 2005 6:44 pm  Reply with quote  

some of you may remember tie ins between Al CIAda and the US Mexican border.

These stories are part of a set-up, likely to explain how the next batch of 'terrorists' were able to get into the country.

I wonder if the recent states of emergency, aren't a cover for something else happening. Didn't Florida call a State of emergency days before 9/11? and the alleged perps of that crime were reportedly based there.
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I wonder if the recent states of emergency, aren't a cover for something else happening


It could very well be. But what we do know is that many innocent people, Mexican, American and our own border agents are being systematically mowed down by these extremely violent opposing drug cartels. We've got every child molester and murderer on the run in Mexico coming here to seek refuge and repeat the same offenses. There is an extremely high recidivism rate for these types of crimes. Illegal gang activity is spreading like wildfire throughout this country. Something needs to be done immediately! I understand what you're saying but regardless, this needs to be nipped in the butt and fast.

I would hope that you agree?
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Poll: 40% of Mexicans want to move to U.S.


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More than 40 percent of Mexican adults say they would move to the U.S. if they could, and 1 in 5 say they would do so illegally if necessary, according to surveys released yesterday by the Pew Hispanic Center.

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Mexico scolds U.S. ambassador for 'punish' boast


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Mexico rebuked U.S. Ambassador Tony Garza Wednesday for boasting he had shut down a consulate to "punish" Mexico's government for failing to control a violent drug war on the border.


Garza has repeatedly upset Mexico in recent months with strident criticism of its fight against drug cartels, which have turned Mexican border cities into a killing ground this year in a feud over drug routes into the United States.


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