Texas Governor Rick Perry Wants to Invade Mexico.
Con la excepción, quizás, del gobernador de Texas, Rick Perry, ningún funcionario público está dispuesto a admitir públicamente un hecho evidente: Los Estados Unidos de América se verán obligados a invadir México. No es una cuestión de si se hará, es una cuestión de tiempo. La pregunta entonces es: ¿Qué hacer con México después de que la invasión acabe con los cárteles de la droga (tanto como puede ser). ¿Estados Unidos simplemente regresá México a manos de los políticos corruptos de siempre, dejará que vuelvan las fallidas políticas económicas, y la anarquía, o anexa México y lo convierte en el estado #51?
Para muchos de nosotros, hay una cierta falsa seguridad en la creencia de que, dado que la mayoría de nuestras calles de Estados Unidos no se llenan con el asesinato y el caos del vecino del sur, no tenemos nada de qué preocuparnos. La sensación que la mayoría de los estadounidenses probablemente tienen es: Bueno, es su problema, no el nuestro. Sin embargo, esa ilusión de seguridad se está deteriorando rápidamente con las historias de policías estadounidenses amenazados por los cárteles mexicanos de la droga, los secuestros y asesinatos por drogas en Arizona y Texas, de control de algunas partes de Arizona y las incursiones en Nuevo México y Colorado de los carteles mexicanos de la droga. Esa ilusión de seguridad se está deteriorando rápidamente debido a adolescentes que se convierten en asesinos a sueldo, y debido a turistas estadounidenses secuestrados o asesinados mientras estaba de vacaciones en México.
Cabe recordar que México perdió casi la mitad de su territorio tras la intervención de Estados Unidos de 1846-1848, así que la misma idea de que las tropas del país vecino vayan a meter el pie en el país azteca podría tener efectos contraproducentes.
CONTRAINJERENCIA – Una fuerte mayoría (75%) de participantes en nuestro sondeo web han contestado que SÍ a la pregunta: “Considerando el nivel actual de injerencia, terminará EEUU invadiendo militarmente a México?”, aún antes de las explosivas declaraciones del Gobernador El gobernador de Texas y y posible candidato republicano a la presidencia de EE. UU., Rick Perry, quién dijo este sábado que no descarta enviar tropas estadounidenses a México para combatir el narcotráfico.Las últimas encuestas sitúan a Perry como el favorito para ser proclamado candidato por el Partido Republicano. “Puede que se requiera que nuestras fuerzas militares en México trabajen con ellos para acabar con esos cárteles de la droga y para mantenerlos fuera de nuestras fronteras”, dijo Perry durante un acto de su campaña electoral en Nuevo Hampshire.
Cabe recordar que México perdió casi la mitad de su territorio tras la intervención de Estados Unidos de 1846-1848, así que la misma idea de que las tropas del país vecino vayan a meter el pie en el país azteca podría tener efectos contraproducentes, comenta RT.
Lo cierto es que en todos los sitios web donde se reporta la noticia, el mexicano de a pié reacciona con furia antes las palabras del gobernador bushista. Aqui algunos ejemplos de comentarios en distintos sitios web:
– Otra invasión!!! como lo hicieron con Texas y California. Y si no se quedaron con más territorio mexicano fue porque un mandatario americano dijo ya estamos cansados de matar indios.
– Aquí en México nunca hemos aceptado al ejército estadounidense, hasta echamos a esos soldados a patadas, lo dice nuestra historia. Que no se atrevan, no sólo porque la ley mexicana prohíbe ceder la soberanía, también porque aquí no serán recibidos, al contrario, el rechazo hacia ellos y la falta de miedo será tan patente que saldrán corriendo; eso si se lo aseguro a este politiquillo de octava.
- Quedate en tu pais a combatir a tus drogadictos, A tus narcotraficantes y las armas que entran de contrabando a mexico, Muerete republicano imperialista. Asqueroso.
- Porque no empieza si tanto le preocupa la situacion de Mexico,a proponer leyes sobre la fabricacion y trasiego de armas,porque no informan sobre el fallido RAPIDO Y FURIOSO,porque no hacen campaña para disminucion de consumo de drogas,porque no empizan a arreglar su propia casa con sus deficits tanto altos,porque no dejan de ser el garrote del mundo,porque sus ciudadanos no quieren trabajos que solo los mexicanos hacen,porque no ordenan cuantos migrantes necesitan para que su economia funcione y dejan de criminalizar a los migrantes y cuantos otros porque no hay que yo me sepa.
- Los gringos son malevolos, primero venden armas por doquier a los narcos en Mexico, empieza la matazon aca, con armas made in usa, luego les empiezan a pegar a uno que otro gringo diplomatico y empiezan a respingar, empiezan los narcos a invadir territorio gringo, haciendo sus desmanes y se escandalizan, planeando enviar tropas a Mexico, que seguro no seran de a grapa…… y todas las armas tanto de los buenos, como de los malos, son made in usa…Que bonito verdad….
- Los grimgos formaron a bin ladem y luego los fueron a persequir.A cualquier pais que se meten disque a poner orden es porque ya tienen el plan para cobrarse. Ellos mismos probocan todo esto para despues meterse a resolverlo. es exactamente lo mismo vendrian a combatir contra las armas que ellos mismos fabricaron y dieron todas las facilidades para que se adquirieran.
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Rick Perry Wants to Invade Mexico
—By Kevin Drum
What happens when a Republican candidate for president finds himself on the defensive over a hot button culture war issue beloved of the tea party base? Answer: in an effort to maintain his more-kick-ass-than-thou credentials, he goes completely berserk:
Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Saturday that he would consider sending U.S. troops into Mexico to combat drug-related violence and stop it from spilling into the southern United States. “It may require our military in Mexico,” Perry said in answer to a question about the growing threat of drug violence along the southern border. Perry offered no details, and a spokesman, Robert Black, said afterward that sending troops to Mexico would be merely one way of putting an end to the exploding cartel-related violence in the region.
Black said Perry’s intention is to work with the Mexican government, but he declined to specify whether Perry is amenable to sending troops into Mexico with or without the country’s consent.
Do I even need to spell out why this is such an unconditionally boneheaded idea? Probably not, but Steven Taylor has done the job here just in case. I can’t wait to get the official Mexican government reaction to this.
I don’t get it. Is Mitt Romney really such a blood-curdlingly terrifying opponent that he scares every other candidate in the field into repeatedly immolating themselves? This is crazy.
Sunday, December 12th 2010
With the exception of, perhaps, Texas governor Rick Perry, no public official wants to publicly admit an obvious fact: The United States of America will likely be forced to invade Mexico. It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when. The question then becomes: What to do with Mexico after we invade it and wipe out the drug cartels (as much as can be). Does the United States merely return Mexico to a nation state of corrupt politicians, failed economic policies, and lawlessness, or do we annex Mexico and turn it into the 51st state?
For many of us, there is a certain false security in believing that, since most of America’s streets are not filled with the murder and mayhem that is going on just South of our borders, we have nothing to worry about. The feeling that most Americans likely have is: Well, it’s their problem, not ours. However, that illusion of security is quickly being eroded with the stories of American police officers being threatened by Mexican drug cartels, of kidnappings and drug murders in Arizona and Texas, of control of certain parts of Arizona and forays into New Mexico and Colorado by drug cartels, of teenagers being turned into hitmen, and American tourists being kidnapped or killed while on vacation in Mexico.
Mexico, with its kidnappings and more than 28,000 murders in the last four years alone, is being terrorized. Now, instead of economic refugees coming across our borders in search of jobs and income, humanitarian refugees are fleeing Mexico in order to stay alive. However, despite all of that, if one thought that only certain parts of Mexico are under the control of the cartels, that illusion was shattered on Tuesday when this map (see upper right) was presented on a heart-breaking post on RedState that shows that almost all of Mexico has been taken over by drug cartels.
Mexican Authorities Are Impotent, Unable to Control the Chaos
One of the cables that the much-maligned Wikileaks exposed was the concern over whether or not the Mexican government is even capable of undertaking the cleaning up of its own nation.
Another embassy cable sent in October 2009 quotes a senior Mexican official as saying his government was worried it was losing control of some regions to the drug gangs.
“We have 18 months,” Geronimo Gutierrez, at the time Mexico’s under-secretary of the interior, is quoted as saying.
“And if we do not produce a tangible success that is recognisable to the Mexican people, it will be difficult to sustain this confrontation into the next administration.”
“It is damaging Mexico’s reputation, hurting foreign investment, and leading to a sense of government impotence.” [Emphasis added.]
That cable was 14 months ago and the violence is still raging. The Mexican government has, so far, been unable to curtail the violence and it is likely that, without intervention, the country will become far more deadly than Afghanistan prior to 9/11. Worse, Islamic terrorists have been long suspected of using Mexico as a gateway into the U.S.
While America’s national interests are certainly being threatened, not just by the flood of illegal immigrants, but by the violence that is beginning to spill across our borders, the Obama administration chooses to pander to special interests pushing amnesty, while ignoring repeated requests for troops along our Southern border. Moreoever, the administration claims about the level of deportations in 2010 have come under scrutiny, leaving many to wonder if the administration is even remotely serious about secure borders, or just playing games for the media.
Like it or not, Mexico’s problems are our problems. For decades, politicians in Washington have cowardly turned a bi-partisan blind eye to the economic refugees (i.e., illegal aliens) that have transgressed our borders until it has become an unbearable strain upon our economy. Then, rather than securing our border and addressing the problem, the immigrants are now being used as political pawns in order to create a huge pool of 8 million progressive voters.
The Politics at Play: A Humanitarian Request vs. ‘Just Do It’
Whether the Obama administration lacks the desire to keep the nation’s borders safe or is merely playing politics with people’s lives remains to be seen. In either case, though, it is highly unlikely there will be any stopping the violence on our borders between now and 2013 unless something catastrophic occurs on the U.S. side of the border, or violence ramps up significantly with many more Americans being kidnapped or killed. Further, even with something disastrous occurring, it is doubtful that the Obama administration would ever have the
cojones political will to put troops into Mexico as unilateral action as it would alienate the Latino community his party has become reliant on for votes in the Southwestern states.
On the Mexico side, however, politics also come into play as Mexican authorities will be unlikely to ask for humanitarian assistance due to that country’s presidential election in 2012.
The PRI, which ruled Mexico for 71 years as a semi-dictatorship, has been in opposition for a decade after it lost power in an historic 2000 election to the PAN. It is gearing up for a comeback in 2012 with its young rising star, State of Mexico Governor Enrique Pena Nieto.
With a feeble economy and raging drug gang violence dogging Calderon’s ratings, many analysts are already putting their money on a PRI return, but Sunday’s results suggest many voters in Mexico are still skeptical of a party with a reputation of ruling with a mixture of corruption and authoritarianism.
The PAN and the PRD are unlikely to join forces again for the presidential race and either party on its own may have a hard time beating the PRI, which controls large blocks of voters from unions to farmer organizations in rural Mexico.
“The alliance was a successful bet, the results prove that,” Jose Gonzalez, the PAN’s deputy leader, told Reuters. “But for the presidency, frankly, it would be impossible.”
State-level voting in Mexico tends to focus on local, rather than national issues, yet the PRI is keen to capitalize on Calderon’s sinking popularity as a slow economic rebound and out-of-control drug killings weigh on morale. [Emphasis added.]
With the presidency of Mexico at stake in 2012, Calderon’s party is unlikely to ask for help as it would give the PRI a campaign issue to capitalize on ahead of Mexico’s election. As a result of the political ramp up to elections in both countries and using the number of killings in Mexico over the last four years as a predictor, another 10,000 to 14,000 Mexicans and an unknown number of Americans will die before either country takes decisive action.
In 2013 and beyond, though, all bets are off. If the Mexican government cannot contain the violence in that country, or more bloodshed occurs on the U.S. side of the border, either the Mexican government may request humanitarian aide, or the U.S. would be justified in acting unilaterally to go into Mexico to end the drug cartels’ brutal terrorism (it’s not like it hasn’t happened before). In fact, if the violence on the U.S. side of the border does not cease, or escalates further, whomever is sitting in the oval office will be hard pressed not to go into Mexico.
Nation Build or Annex Mexico?
The question then become what to do afterward. Is the U.S. ready for another protracted foray into nation building? Or, in the alternative, does Mexico enter the United States as the 51st state?
Now, this should not be considered an ‘endorsement’ of either idea (see note below). Rather, it is more of a cost-benefit analysis that requires much more study:
Rather than nation building, which would be much more costly to the U.S. treasury (which can ill afford it), a case can be made for statehood (albeit, not without controversy), given the amount of Mexico’s citizenry that is already residing in the U.S., as well as Mexico’s historically mis-managed economy and resources (i.e., oil, farmland, beaches, ports, etc.). Moreoever, as so many illegal immigrants work already in the U.S., but send their earnings back to Mexico, by having Mexico become the 51st state, the money exported would not leave the U.S. but would stay in “our economy” and could offset the costs of an invasion/humanitarian mission. Most importantly, by assimilating Mexico into the U.S., with the Constitution it would solve the the issue of immigration reform in one fell swoop.
Note: Being well aware of the tin-hat/NWO conspiracy theories, this is not a CFR/TC conceived idea. Instead it is an examination of current events caused by a bunch of narco-terrorists and illegal immigration, as well as an attempt to figure out what do we do about it?
Irrespective of what happens farther down the road, the violence that is occurring today in Mexico and spilling over into the U.S. is something that cannot continue to be ignored by the administration, regardless how weak it may be. If things do not change in Mexico (or if the President refuses to secure our borders), sooner or later, the U.S. will likely have to send a large amount of troops into that country to wipe out the drug cartels. Mexico, today, poses as significant (or more significant) threat to the United States than Afghanistan and, as a sovereign nation, America has the right to defend itself and its time the White House (and other politicians) get honest with the American people about what they intend to do about it.
In the meantime, the Obama administration should stop playing politics with people’s lives along the border, ‘man up’ and get Rick Perry and the other Republican governors the troops they need to keep Americans safe along the border.
“I bring reason to your ears, and, in language as plain as ABC, hold up truth to your eyes.” Thomas Paine, December 23, 1776
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