Top Secret - ISIS Crossing U.S. Border
Is Obama the Caliphate of the American Islamic Jihad? Read this from Oath Keepers, then you decide.
By de Andréa
September 10, 2014
Tomorrow is 9/11 and Fort Bliss, the Army post outside of El Paso, has following reports that , Mexico. But is it ‘increasingly peculiar’ that federal agencies are treating this as top secret? Peculiar? Not if you understand that Obama may be part of the problem.
It has been confirmed through the Texas Department of Public Safety that on the presence of ISIS over the border and the potential for an attack.
Texas sheriffs near the border are on alert as well, like , which lies a little over 100 miles up country from the border but is easily accessible from it, across sparsely populated terrain, and is situated on the major thoroughfare of Interstate 20.
Sheriff Painter said he received ‘leaked’ information that ISIS — Islamic State of Iraq and Syria — has formed a terrorist cell in or near Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a Mexican border city across from El Paso.
This is a serious issue for Painter, the former president of the Sheriff’s Association of Texas. He said the situation is made worse by Texas’ open border.
Painter’s concern about the open border is being reinforced by more and more new-media reporting. The Texas DPS and the sheriffs can’t be everywhere. Neither can the Texas State Guard soldiers called up by Rick Perry.
A recent, very disturbing , posted on 4 September by Oath Keepers: ), reveals just how big a threat that open border may be – and how the Border Patrol is reportedly being gagged and hamstrung in its effort to police it.
Rancher Cuban “Rusty” Monsees lives in Cameron County, at the east end of the Texas border on the Gulf coast. (Cameron County is where Border Patrol agent Javier Vega, Jr. was , while out fishing with his family). According to Monsees, the Border Patrol has caught illegals infiltrating his area from several of the world’s major sources of terrorist operatives.
Rusty describes Border Patrol intercepting Muslim men from Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and says “when they [Border Patrol] take them in, . And I asked one of them ‘what’s the deal on the records’ and he said …they [the local Border Patrol agents] keep records but the records disappear, out of the mainframe – out of the computer – and the paper records too.” I can’t help but wonder why…how about you?
A second man, Rob, an Oath Keeper who has been helping Rusty guard his ranch for the past month, added the following:
“[They] had six Middle Eastern males on Rusty’s property [which Border Patrol was able to catch] … all I know is they were Muslim. I wasn’t told a whole lot of information about it. I do know
“They were caught and they were turned over to Homeland Security, and everything pretty much disappeared like what Rusty was saying. [The BP is not allowed to tell anyone that known terrorists are coming across the border]. The only thing we [the American public] hear about is women and kids… and when they make huge drug busts, that’s what we hear about. We don’t hear about the gang-bangers coming across, we don’t hear about the terrorists coming across. We don’t hear about the violence going down on the border. I had a rancher call me last week, and begging for help on 15,000 acres. He had been moved off his ranch because he doesn’t feel safe with his family there. He’s been shot at and threatened. We don’t hear that [on the news].”
We also don’t hear about this on the news:
In the interview, Rusty also describes attacks on lone Border Patrol agents, during day and at night, telling how one officer suffered a broken leg, broken arm, crushed sternum, and eight broken ribs, and how the illegals “stomped on him so bad they thought he was dead, and they stripped off his uniform, got his backup [handgun], his service automatic, went to the unit, they got the tac vest … they got the M-4, all the ammunition, and … all the communications] equipment.” Rusty says this has happened “about six times.”
The problem seems to be bigger than instituting adequate patrol measures, however (e.g., making sure Border Patrolmen are operating together and can outgun the illegals). According to all the ranchers and security volunteers interviewed, including Rusty and Rob, the Border Patrol has been directed by higher authority not to engage armed illegals coming across the border.
(Texas Department of Public Safety]. And they come out and they arrest them on criminal charges. [What’s their response time?] “Maybe two hours.” So, in other words, it doesn’t happen. “Yeh, it doesn’t happen. It’s complete bogus is what it is. …”
The deployment of the Texas Guard isn’t helping where Rusty is either. The Guard’s equipment may not be the best, but the bigger problem for Cameron County is that the Guard is deployed somewhat further west along the border (see map).
The Texas State Guard are in the flimsy, cheap, probably Chinese made watch-towers. They’re not bullet proof, they’ve got glass on four sides and they posted them from McCallen, which is the North end of the Valley, to Laredo, which is about 200 miles. They’re not down here in the south.
The 1250 miles of the Texas border with Mexico. (Google map; author annotation)
Oath Keepers interviewed Monsees’ neighbor Fernando as well (see video). Fernando says bluntly that Americans aren’t being told what’s going on:
When asked how many children he has seen coming across, he said “none.” … “Don’t believe everything you hear in the news. There is something happening here, there is danger for the people that are living here right now, based on the way they’re handling the immigration problem. They’re allowing these people to come through our neighborhoods and those of us that are actually living here are the ones that are seeing it on a daily basis.”
He confirms Rusty’s and Rob’s comments about restrictions on the Border Patrol:
They’re not even allowed to draw their weapon on these people – if they can they are supposed to just continue on their way, move out and leave them alone. And to me, that puts my family in danger because that [open] gate is right at the end of my street.
Read, as they say, the whole thing at Oath Keepers. There’s a lot more. Sean Hannity’s been to the border with Texas Governor Rick Perry. It’s time for higher-profile media to get down there and talk to the ranchers. Many of them have been on the same land for generations. It’s because of national policy that they now find themselves on the front lines of what is effectively a growing war on Americans and our way of life.
Sheriff Gary Painter, back in Midland County, thinks we need to fight – and definitely fight ISIS:
Painter said that President Barack Obama and the federal government need to take quick and appropriate action to weaken ISIS leadership. For Painter, that means striking ISIS hard at the source: Iraq and Syria.
“What needs to happen is that there needs to be enough bombs dropped on (ISIS leaders), that every time they hear a jet propeller they urinate themselves down both legs.”
Thanks for listening – de Andréa
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