Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, Especially When the Mexican Zetas Are Your Neighbors

There is an old saying, “Good fences make good neighbors” and that assertion has proven to be fact on the U.S./Mexican border.  Because we lack a fence we are seeing our neighbor’s bad behavior spilling over our border and affecting us in our own lives.  41 Mexicans were killed on Monday in Mexico and because we have no fence the incident is being described as a threat to our security.  Well, duh.

It has evidently become our concern that that Mexican Zetas, which are ex-Mexican military special forces that received enhanced training in the United States, are now vying for control of the Mexican drug cartels that they started out as private armies for.  And today we have to wonder if some of those people shot in Mexico were not killed using guns sold to the Zetas by our ATF, of which said sales were sanctioned by our government from the President down.

Somebody please tell me, is there anybody left in legal authority in our government?  If you look at it from a local level, if a citizen is breaking the law, the sheriff’s deputy steps in to enforce the law.  If the deputy is corrupted, enforcement falls to the sheriff.  And if the sheriff’s gone astray, here comes the FBI.  And so on, and so on, up to the generals in our military.

Of course if our system is functioning correctly, it should work the same way from the top to the bottom, which is to say that if the local deputy has proof that the President is involved in organized crime, by our Constitution, he has not only the right, but the duty to procure an arrest.  What this lack of enforcement is showing plain and clear is that U.S. law enforcement is absolutely corrupt from the bottom to the top and from the top to the bottom.

With $500 billion of gun and drug money and $40 billion of tax payer drug war money at stake, what else can be expected in a country that has deteriorated to the point that crime not only pays, but goes completely unpunished?  You know, like down in Mexico.  And is this not the dream of every criminal to live in a criminal society controlled by criminals?

Do you think it might be possible that at some point the criminals in the United States said to one another, “Now wouldn’t it be nice if we could be as free to commit our crimes as our brethren down in Mexico are?”  After which they decided to remove the fence and invite the crime and corruption in with open arms.

Of course to accomplish their goal they would have to move a large portion of the Mexican population into our country and what better way to do so than by simply refusing to enforce our laws.  Well hey; lawlessness is the end goal, right?

There is a simple solution to solving our problem with our neighbor to the south.  Throw them all out and put up a fence.  And if they cannot respect that fence, shoot them down as trespassers.  Sounds pretty cruel, huh?  But only through the eyes of hypocrisy.  If you look at how they treat with one another down there, shooting them for trespassing would in reality have to be considered mild.

This invasion must be stopped.  It is a clear and present danger to the United States.  And if those we have hired to protect us have sold out, which they have, we either have to fire them and hire someone who will do the job right, or do it ourselves.

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