Terrorist Group Hezbollah Opens Up Shop Across the Mexican Border

 

Not so Southern comfort …

So how secure is the Mexican-US border? Is drug and human trafficking really the United States biggest fear on our Southern border? Hardly. It appears that the terrorist group Hezbollah is opening up shop across the Mexican border. Could you imagine that terror groups are now partnering with Mexican drug cartels and we are told by our government that all is well.

A terrorist organization whose home base is in the Middle East has established another home base across the border in Mexico.

“They are recognized by many experts as the ‘A’ team of Muslim terrorist organizations,” a former U.S. intelligence agent told 10News.

The former agent, referring to Shi’a Muslim terrorist group Hezbollah, added, “They certainly have had successes in big-ticket bombings.”

Some of the group’s bombings include the U.S. embassy in Beirut and Israeli embassy in Argentina.

However, the group is now active much closer to San Diego.

But nothing to fear as Atlas Shrugs states, imagine an Iranian proxy jihad group infiltrating the US, a Muslim group with huge “success in big ticket bombings” — but not to worry, Obama tells us our borders are safe. When will the US ever take the issue of the Mexican border serious? Will it take another terror act to occur for our government to get serious?



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  • Comments

    19 Responses to “Terrorist Group Hezbollah Opens Up Shop Across the Mexican Border”

    1. Waterboy on May 5th, 2011 9:29 pm

      The zombies are coming!

      Buy another clip for your AR-15.

    2. rightknight on May 5th, 2011 9:34 pm

      Eh, ‘Borders, Schmorders’….why not take the common
      denominator of International Conditions (worldwide) and
      impose them on We the People of the United States of America?
      We need a New World Government with a powerful King and
      his Court to manage the resultant swarm of billions of humbled
      Subjects (Slaves), No? Why, we could all retire immediately and
      live off our incomes. The King, not constrained by a Constitution
      or Laws would be in a position to ‘fairly’ administer anything that
      crossed his mind at any time. Wow!

      Further, that World King would have an ‘open door’ policy to
      personally listen to and incorporate any dissenting opinions
      from his Subjects. Hey, if that new King guy is a Muslim, he
      could adjudicate any future conflicts between competing religions
      as well. Neat!

      ‘Laissez les bon temps rouler’.

    3. NGBoston on May 6th, 2011 5:07 am

      #1- Jerry—If I had an AR-15…I certainly would. Will a 9MM Glock do the job? I’m not very good yet at any long range firing, but I am learning.

      =)

    4. super dave on May 6th, 2011 6:33 am

      keep your friearms well oiled and stock up on ammo. the democrats have allowed this to happen.

    5. Rusty Bridges on May 6th, 2011 10:11 am

      #4, they will also allow nato to take guns from US citizens.

    6. Michelle Smith on May 6th, 2011 12:46 pm

      I practice with my guns; I will be ready if & when the time comes to defend myself, my family & my property.

    7. Flippy on May 6th, 2011 4:34 pm

      Is this situation getting worse? This started like 10 years ago I was hearing rumors about “middle east terrorists” being behind the US drug trade.

    8. Waterboy on May 6th, 2011 5:37 pm

      NGBoston,

      I’m a big fan of .45 ACP, and my gun of carry is a Glock 30. Not fancy, not expensive; but cancellable and accurate. The ladies don’t like .45. I personally love it.

      To get really good with a pistol, get a BB gun and fire thousands of rounds in private. Wear eye protection. Use telephone books to stop the rounds, they are not very powerful.

      Jerry

    9. A Texas Grandfather on May 6th, 2011 10:19 pm

      NGBoston

      Waterboy’s suggestion for the BB pistol is right on the mark. Next go to a 22 cal. pistol with a short barrel and learn to shoot with both hands then your major hand (left or right) and finally your minor hand. Then repeat the process with your heavier weapon of choice.

      Women can learn to shoot a 45 ACP if they get one with a hand grip that fits them comfortably. Remember, it is knockdown power from the 45 that is important.

    10. NGBoston on May 7th, 2011 7:17 am

      #9- Texas GF—Thanks for the tips. I live about 10-15 minutes NW of the City, so we don’t have a high crime rate here.

      However, step into the surrounding burbs or Boston Proper, and it’s another story.

      I will be continuing to practice at the range, and I have a good Teacher. I never thought I’d want to carry a FireArm in my life- but seeing what I have seen in the past 5-10 years, that certainly changed my mind. And, I’m with Michelle Smith- I will practice and I will use it if absolutely necessary. Sad, but true.

      =0

    11. NGBoston on May 7th, 2011 7:21 am

      Thanks, WB Jerry. I will be taking those tips also when I visit our Cabin in the remote wilderness of lovely Vermont.

      =) Heck, I think I can even buy one of those at Walmart—what brand do you recommend for the .45 ACP or is that the brand? I am a Novice, obviously and I am loving my 9MM. Very powerful the Glock. Unbelievable kick back but I think I’ve got it on lock. The Germans sure do know how to make some nice Firearms, that I will say.

    12. Waterboy on May 7th, 2011 8:08 am

      NGBoston.

      I love Kimber. (medium-high priced –1500 or so) I carry a Glock 30, or Glock 21 both .45, and leave the Kimber at home.

      Ar-15– best on the market (in my opinion) Les Baer super Varmit .223 with 20 inch heavy barrel, and two stage Jewel trigger. http://www.lesbaer.com/ — about 2700 (it’s been a long time since I looked the price up).

      Best scope for AR-15( again in my opinion)—Shepherd 6-18, about 800 or so. http://www.riflescopes.webyshops.com/Brands/Shepherd?gclid=CNSm49b51agCFQpm7Aod1x8kjw

      Hope this helps.

      Jerry

    13. Waterboy on May 7th, 2011 8:14 am

      NGBoston,

      Les Baer, super Varmint .223—2200 and some change. I looked it up.

      Jerry

    14. Waterboy on May 7th, 2011 9:17 am

      Years ago, I was in a civic organization that did projects in Mexico (on a border town). We would take school supplies; build supplies, clothes into Mexico. We had the project for 10 years or so.

      One of the border agents on the Mexican side became very friendly to us, and he would allow us to enter Mexico with very little scrutiny.

      We would give him small things, like cokes, etc., but he would not take money or anything of any real value, so we felt like we could trust him (Let’s just call him Eddie).

      Four of us drove into Mexico with school supplies, and visited at the school for about 2 hours. Then Eddie showed up and wanted us to go to a restaurant with him, which we did.

      When we came out, an armed group in brown uniforms confronted us. Each of them carrying a full auto weapon. They began waving the weapons in our faces, and screaming at us. I had this horrible thought that Eddie had set us up, but much to my surprise, Eddied began to scold the group in Spanish, and they quickly vanished.

      Needless to say, that was my last trip to Mexico.

      Jerry

    15. NGBoston on May 7th, 2011 6:03 pm

      Waterboy—-Very interesting and thanks for sharing.

      The last time I went to Mexico, it was to Cancun and we stayed at a Resort on the Strip. It was beautiful, however I was amazed at all the poverty surrounding the area. Of course, the crime rate is very high there. While I enjoyed the visit, aside from the wonderful guide and Marlin Fishing, I cannot find a reason to return again. Between all the College Students getting hammered and being rude in public, the grifters and local beggars on the streets and open markets literally harrassing you—I think the Cayman Islands is much more appealing and Belize has wonderful Scuba Diving as well.

      Mexico can be very dangerous, especially the border towns. So suffice it so say, one must be extremely careful when visiting and know where you are and who you are dealing with.

      Sorry to get O/T, SM.

    16. NGBoston on May 7th, 2011 6:04 pm

      Spam Monster hungry again this evening.

      TIA- Klaas or Red.

      =)

    17. NGBoston on May 7th, 2011 6:06 pm

      @ Waterboy/jerry-

      Hmnnn…guess I might have to start saving for that Les Baer. Maybe that can be my XMAS & B-Day Present from the Hubby ? <3

    18. Waterboy on May 7th, 2011 10:34 pm

      NGBBoston,

      Check your local and state laws, you may not be able to own one. My wife and my son and I went up through Illinois (only a few miles and then into Kentucky) about 10 years ago; and when I called to check on the gun laws, they informed me that I would be thrown in jail, if caught with a handgun. I finally found some one to interpret the law, and what I had to do was lock my gun in a brief case, and then lock the clip and ammo in another one, put them as far as they could be from my person, which was in the far back right hand side of our land cruiser. I did so before entering Illinois and then rearmed after leaving. They basically have never read the Constitution or don’t care what the heck it says.

      Download an app. called “Legal Heat” and it will tell you the laws.

      Jerry

    19. Rwolf on July 16th, 2011 12:41 am

      Re: Hezbollah Sets Up in Mexico.
      It has been reported 230 U.S. Cites are proliferated with street gangs that support Mexican Drug Cartels—selling illegal-drugs in America. Mexican Drug Cartels among other acts of terrorism are deploying (roadside bombs) in Mexico to maim and kill police and military personnel to further their Narco-Terrorist-Enterprises—that extends into the United States.
      U.S. Street gangs that market illegal-drugs for Mexican Drug Cartels are effectively agents of Foreign Terrorists. The “Patriot Act” defined “supporting terrorism” as any criminal activity that “participates” in “World Markets” that terrorists may use or depend on for their support. It is obvious U.S Street Gangs sponsored by Mexican Cartels to sell illegal drugs in the U.S., are participating in “World Markets” which Mexican Cartel Terrorists use and depend on for their support. U.S. Government should charge gang members arrested in the U.S. caught selling Mexican Cartel illegal-drugs, with aiding and supporting foreign terrorists.
      U.S. police and border patrol agents that take bribes from Mexican Drug Cartels to help smuggle their drugs and other illegal contraband into the U.S., should be charged with aiding and supporting foreign terrorists.

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