Mexico, America’s Number One Threat, Protests Texas National Guard on Border

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One of the minority of political figures to take an active role in opposition to the federally-orchestrated invasion of America is Texas Governor Rick Perry. His recent movement of 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the border to support law enforcement and the Border Patrol is evoking a strong condemnation from the Mexican government. That’s a positive signal that he’s taking the right steps.

Late Friday the Mexican foreign ministry issued a statement saying that Mexico “reiterates, in a firm and categorical way, its rejection of this measure. No circumstance at all or change in border security exists that justifies this measure taken by the state.”

Why is Mexico upset that we are enforcing our borders? Are they expecting a major dip in their drug or human smuggling revenue?

Since they are active players in both the invasion and the trafficking, and neither could take place if they were actively acting as an ally to interdict them, we need to clearly define just who our enemies are.

Regionally, and perhaps globally, the greatest threat to American sovereignty outside of our own government is Mexico. Our criminal administration has turned over the keys to our backdoor to them and they have blown it completely off of the hinges.

The foreign government of Mexico, not the American people or our criminal federal government, now control and decide who enters the United States. The passport of choice is U.S. dollars.

With all of the stir over Russia in Ukraine or China overtaking the United States in the global economy, neither of those traditional enemies has done what our supposed ally has by orchestrating an invasion of our country. Neither of them is recognized as engaged, in the manner that Mexico is, in state-sponsored terrorism within the United States.

We the people of America need to take a second look at who tops our enemies list.

The Mexican statement added that the deployment “does not contribute in any way to solving the immigration problem,” and is inconsistent with US-Mexico talks aimed at “building a modern, prosperous and safe border.” It probably will contribute or they wouldn’t be objecting in such strong terms.

We’ve had enough talks. Talk has proven to be the equivalent of doing nothing, of rolling over and of submission. That’s what Mexico wants us to do, it’s what we’ve been doing and it is what we are expected to do.

As Pennsylvania Republican Congressman Tom Marino said to Nancy Pelosi in the finger-wagging incident, it looks like Governor Perry “Hit the right nerve.”

The American people are struggling to their feet behind the leadership of the Texas governor. Mexico can expect more of the unexpected.

Rick Wells is a conservative author who recognizes that our nation, our Constitution and our traditions are under a full scale assault from multiple threats. Please “Like” him on Facebook, “Follow” him on Twitter or visit www.rickwells.us