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Texans at border divided on Mexico ‘wall’ | DW English

YouTube ~ DW English

Published on Apr 5, 2017

There are already walls and fences along many parts of the US-Mexican border. DW’s Alexandra von Nahmen spoke to ranchers in Brownsville, Texas about President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.

Contractors submit bids for border wall construction

YouTube ~ KGUN9

Hispanic Owned Businesses Dominate Bids For Trump’s ‘Xenophobic’ Border Wall

YouTube ~ Trump Breaking News Network

Contractor bidding to build Trump’s wall speaks out about death threats

YouTube ~ Fox Business

Border Wall Contractors Want Guns Worried About Attacks

YouTube ~ The Alex Jones Chann

Published on Apr 4, 2017

Infowars Reporter Joe Biggs breaks down whats happening at our southern border and an update on how the Trump Administration is doing on keeping their promises in the southland. Illegal Immigration is down 67% under Trump but Border Wall contractors are worried they will be attacked once building the wall starts. They are asking for the ability to protect themselves with guns if attacked for doing this federal job. We’ve seen the crazy leftists attack people for simply having a different opinion

Trump’s border wall faces legal battles over private land

YouTube ~ Al Jazeera English

Published on Apr 4, 2017

Companies hoping to build President Donald Trump’s wall on the US-Mexico border have until the end of Tuesday to submit their proposals.

But before the construction can begin, government must acquire land along the border that’s currently in privately owned, a move that might lead to legal battles.

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Immigration Issue Returns

Featured Image: Mexico Emerging. SOURCE: David Dees

youtube by  NextNewsNetwork

Published on Sep 8, 2014

Congress is back in session. And an Illinois Democrat plans to meet with President Obama this week—to “go back to the drawing board” on immigration.

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youtube from NextNewsNetwork Published on Sept 8, 2014

ISIS Insurgents Threatening U.S. Border

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9/7/14 Border Open For ISIS Invasion

9/3/14 Feds Warn of Attack on Southern-Border: Isis Operating in Juarez Mexico

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Border Open For ISIS Invasion

Featured Image: Flag of Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS) Source: Wikipedia (Public Domain)

From youtube by Alex Jones

Published on Sep 5, 2014

Alex Jones plays a video shot by Infowars reporters former Army Staff Sergeant Joe Biggs and Josh Owens illustrating how open our southern border truly is.

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9/5/14  Feds Warn of Attack on Southern-Border: Isis Operating in Juarez Mexico

ATF AGENT: New EXPLOSIVE ALLEGATIONS ABOUT ‘FAST AND FURIOUS’ AND BRIAN TERRY’S DEATH

Featured Image: Guns and ATF thugs of the failed “Fast and Furious” operation. (Fair Use)

The secret gun running operation was intended to bring more support for the Controllers plan to bring complete gun control to Americans. It failed miserably and people are still be murdered by the guns the ATF smuggled into Mexico and turned over to the drug cartels. . . EDITOR 

From The Blaze 

John Dodson, the federal agent who blew the lid off the Justice Department’s “Fast and Furious” gun-walking scandal, claims the FBI had ties to the men who killed U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in 2010 near Nogales, Ariz. In fact, Dodson says the Mexican bandits who gunned down Terry were working for FBI operatives and had been sent to the border to do a “drug rip-off” using intelligence gathered by the DEA.

Dodson, a special agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, said he doesn’t think the FBI was part of the rip-off crew, but the agency was “directing the rip crew.” The explosive claims were made in an interview with The Arizona Republic this week and are already creating some waves across the Internet. . . . Read Complete Report

6/21/12 EXCLUSIVE to THEI: Fast and Furious Becomes Slow and Obvious by Dennis Crenshaw – EDITOR

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Treasure at the Alamo (Video Report)

Featured Image: The entrance to the Alamo in San Antonio Texas.  This site is a mecca for all Texans. CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw (may be used by anyone as long as included with a link back to this page).

From youtube uploaded by Travel Channel

Published on Aug 17, 2013

Is there a hidden treasure somewhere inside the 300-year-old Alamo?

From Unsolved Mysteries

ALAMO TREASURE
Treasure hunters dig for gold and silver supposedly buried under the Alamo.

1211Image: Old well located on the grounds of the Alamo.  CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw. Feel free to use with link back to THEI.

CASE DETAIL

“Remember the Alamo!” The famous battle cry was immortalized in history. But for some, the full story of the Alamo has yet to be told. Legend has it that in the shadow of the Alamo’s old mission, a treasure remains buried, a secret which dates back to 1836, the year of the famous battle. That January, a group of rugged frontiersmen made their way across southern Texas. By some accounts, they were loaded down with a fortune in silver and gold. It was called the “San Saba Treasure,” and it’s said to be worth millions of dollars.

The men, led by Colonel Jim Bowie, were headed for the Alamo. The treasure was intended to finance the Texas revolution for independence from Mexico. Two months later, Bowie and 188 other men, including Davy Crockett, made a courageous stand at the Alamo against 6,000 well-trained Mexican troops. Not one of the defenders survived to tell the tale, but the legend of the treasure lived on. . . .  Read Complete Report

From TexFiles

The Lost San Saba Mines

Since the 1700’s, stories of abandoned or lost Spanish mines and buried treasure in San Saba and adjacent counties have fired the imaginations of thousands of treasure seekers. The following items, from the San Saba News, convey well the excitement these stories generated around the turn of the century .

San Saba Mines. June 24, 1887.

Mr. A. Fitzgerald, a capitalist of Mexico, who has experience as a miner, has purchased of Mr. Rufe Hoover of Hoover’s Valley, 640 acres of land for which he paid $10,000. He says the signs of gold and silver are very promising. A specimen of the silver ore may be seen at his office.

In personal interview with Mr. Fitzgerald, he informs us that he has 45 years experience as a miner, and he believes his purchase will realize millions of dollars. That the specimens indicate rich gold and silver both; that the veins being fissure veins are inexhaustible. He thinks, are at least two miles long. The purchased land is mountainous, and about 14 miles southwest of Burnet. Mr. Fitzgerald has a partner whose interest is one fourth. He will return next week with an eminent French chemist, and will begin operations soon thereafter as possible.. . . Read Complete Report

Truthloader: War on Drugs (4 part video Documentary)

Featured Image: Early government drug disposal. CREDIT:Library of Congress (Public-Domain).

Looks like they are digging through and picking out some primo for their personal stash to me.  Just a thought. . . . EDITOR

From youtube uploaded by Truthloader

How the war on drugs in Mexico began – Truthloader

Published on Jul 16, 201

Since 2006 the Mexican government has been battling cartels in the US-backed war on drugs. Tens of thousands of people, including innocent civilians, gang members, the police and military have been killed in the extremely violent conflict. This first part in a series on the war on drugs in Mexico looks at how the narcotics trade began in the country.

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War on drugs in Mexico: Who are the cartels? – Truthloader (part two)

Published on Jul 17, 2013

In the second part of our series on the war on drugs in Mexico, we look at the country’s infamous and extremely violent drug cartels, including the notorious Los Zetas and Sinaloa.

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The war on drugs in Mexico: Who are the victims? – Truthloader (part three)

Published on Jul 18, 2013

The Mexican war on drugs, backed by the US, has claimed between 47,000 and 70,000 lives along with thousands of people who have been disappeared. It’s not just the cartels and the military who have been targeted though, politicians, journalists, human rights workers, illegal immigrants and innocent civilians have all been caught up in the horrific violence.         Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/TRUsub                                                                    Why you should subscribe to Truthloader: http://bit.ly/17SR1Yj

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Has the war on drugs in Mexico been a success? – Truthloader (part four)

Published on Jul 19, 2013

Since President Felipe Calderon started his war against the drug cartels in Mexico in 2006, gang-related murders have shot up, violent incidents skyrocketed and corruption has hampered progress. What has the effect been on the illegal drugs trade with the United States and has the US itself contributed to failings in the war on drugs through Operation Fast and Furious?
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7/17/13 ~ Inside Story : Can Mexico win its war on drugs? (Full Video Report)

Featured image: U.S./Mexican border where most of the drug violence has taken place. CREDIT: User Larsinio on en.wikipedia. SOURCE; Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain).  

From youtube uploaded by  AlJazeeraEnglish

Published on Jul 17, 2013

We ask what the capture of a notorious drug lord means for the Mexican drug war.

The War On Drugs In Mexico (Full Documentary) (+) Narco War Next Door (Video Report)

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The War On Drugs In Mexico

Published on Mar 29, 2013

The HCLU’s video advocacy team travelled to Mexico to film the negative consequences of the war on drugs campaign that has been launched by President Felipe Calderon in 2006.

When they first entered the country the number of people killed in the war approached 40.000. Today, the death toll is approximately 60.000. With the help of a like-minded local NGO, Espolea, they interviewed several politicians, professionals and activists to find out why so many people had to die: were they the necessary costs of an unescapable but winnebale war, as many decision makers say, or the victims of a failed policy? Please watch and share our video to find out the answers!

From youtube uploaded by ryan4447 on Apr 14, 2013

Narco War Next Door 

Subterranean Worlds: Veins of the Earth – Mexico (Full Documentary)

Featured Image: Karst cave with underground river exiting at Tolantongo, Hidalgo State, Mexico. CREDIT: Thelmadatter SOURCE: Wikipedia (Public Domain)

From youtube uploaded by journeymanpictures

Published on Apr 29, 2013

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Obama blames American guns for Mexican deaths: ‘Most of the guns used to commit violence here in Mexico come from the United States’ (W/Video)

Featured Image: Guns “walked” across the Mexican border by the CIA under Eric Holder and Obama. SOURCE: Unknown.

The “Fast and Furious” President didn’t even apologize for his own administration under “yes man” Eric Holder exporting guns into Mexico from the U.S and giving them to the illegal drug cartel leaders.

 Of course, if “Fast and Furious” hadn’t been discovered he would be shouting loud and far that these guns had been smuggled into Mexico because of weak gun laws in the U.S. Wake up America! Obama and his administration is about one thing, control!. . EDITOR 

From Daily Mail (UK) PUBLISHED: 16:03 EST, 3 May 2013 | UPDATED: 22:10 EST, 3 May 2013

By DAVID MARTOSKO

EXCERPTS

“Obama also did not mention the more than 2,000 firearms that his Department of Justice ‘walked’ across the Mexican border as part of Operation Fast and Furious, a federal law enforcement project that aimed to track weapons to drug traffickers.

“Those guns have been connected to the deaths of at least 300 Mexican citizens. And U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry died in December 2010 when a so-called ‘Fast and Furious gun’ was recovered at the scene of his murder during a routine patrol in Arizona. . . . Read Complete Report