Many Americans think these illegal immigrants are mere children or people from Mexico but they are dead wrong. The invaders coming in through our Southern border are people from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. They have been mysteriously told that once they get into the U.S., they will be able to stay there and not get deported.
In a recent article by Liberty Beacon, they state that, “U.S. law prohibits the Department of Homeland Security from immediately deporting the children if they are not from Canada or Mexico.”
This law and Obama’s recent immigration proposals are all being used to encourage these invaders to come in mass droves and there is no stopping them unless We the People stop them.
Our treasonous government and MSM are constantly lying to us by saying that these are only children entering our country. This absolutely NOT true, as there have been many cases of adults and even gang members illegally crossing our border with them. Once they get here, they are transported by bus, ship, and even commercial airlines throughout the country and DHS is doing nothing to stop them, while border patrol is overwhelmed.
Make no mistake, these gangs are as dangerous and ruthless as the Yakuza, Triads and the like. They have no morals and they will not hesitate to hurt you and your family. They only live by their gang code and that’s it. These gangs are so dangerous that in El Salvador death squads known as the Sombra Negra or “Black Shadow” made up of police and military have been sent out to catch them and the government has even paid rewards for the capture of them.
These gangs first originated in Los Angeles and then they expanded their membership list around the country and into much of El Salvador, Honduras and even some of Guatemala, where they continue to cause much havoc and turmoil in those countries.
Listed below are two of the most dangerous of these gangs in which each section describes how to identify them and gives a short explanation about their gang activities, in hopes that you will get a better understanding of what we will be dealing with if we encounter them in battle in the future or if we fail to enforce our border.
Maras Salvatrucha – commonly abbreviated as MS, Mara, and MS-13
Many Mara Salvatrucha members plaster themselves with tattoos. Some of their symbols are “MS”, “Salvatrucha”, the “Devil Horns”, the name of their group, and so on. Others have stated that recently some gang members are no longer plastering themselves with tattoos because they don’t want to attract any attention when they commit crimes.
A common hand signal that they like to use is the “devil’s head” which makes an ‘M’ when the hand is turned upside down.
They are known for their illegal immigration and human smuggling activities.
Documentary on Maras/MS13 Gang
Calle 18 – 18th Street gang – also known as M18, Calle 18, Barrio 18, La18 or Mara-18 in Central America
18th Street gang members are required to follow a set of rules. If they fail to obey the gang leader or fail to show respect to another gang member, they may get an 18-second beating. In more serious cases, they may even be executed.
They often identify themselves with the number 18 on their clothing or even put the number 18 on their sports jerseys. They will also use XV3, XVIII, 666, 99, (9+9=18), and 3-dots in their graffiti and tattoos. Their colors are blue and black.
Blue –symbolizes the Surenos and to pay their respects to the Mexican mafia.
Black – symbolizes the original color of the gang.
The 18th Street Gang is sometimes called the “Children’s Army”.
In El Salvador many members have a large “18” tattooed on their face.
They are also known for illegal immigration and human smuggling activities as well as other various street crimes involving murder, extortion, assault, robbery, prostitution, etc.
Common hand signal is shown in the picture below:
Documentary on Calle 18
Below are pictures of what these gang members generally look like: