by Doc Holiday
Clash Daily Contributor
Last week we talked about misdirection and how the media uses it to effectively guide the nation in the direction they wish it to go. No one wants to talk about beheadings in Mexico or the terrorists who walk back and forth across our open border every day. Instead the media gives everyone a big heaping dose of ISIS fear. They show constantly how this guy is executed and how that guy is executed all by ISIS. They tell us that ISIS is the biggest threat to national security today. Whose national security? Certainly not ours!
In the past nine years the Mexican Cartel Wars have claimed more than 100,000 lives. The cartels use fear and violence to advance their cause, which is nothing more than the almighty dollar. The cartels are responsible for hundreds, if not thousands, of brutal beheadings and dismemberments. Oftentimes the bodies are put on display in the center of town in areas along the border to remind people who runs the show.
Two specific crimes that caught my eye and displayed the brutality of these violent cartels were the case of twenty-two month old Scarlett Ramirez and the case of Santiago Lopez. Let’s start with Scarlett. Her entire family was butchered by a cartel hitman. When he came to Scarlett, who was less than 2 years of age, he did not even hesitate. The gunman shot her a point blank range killing her as she lay next to her dead family. Children’s Rights Network in Mexico states that nearly 1,000 victims under the age of 18 were murdered by the cartels in just four years. Again I ask, why is the threat just 250 miles from my home getting no air time in the press while ISIS is on repeat?
The next case, Santiago Lopez, is a little bit different. Lopez was an errand boy for the Sinaloa Cartel. But he had a special skill. This macabre skill earned him the nickname “stewmaker”. You see Lopez specialized in removing the bodies of cartel kidnapping victims and he did it by dissolving them in large vats of acid. When he was arrested by authorities he admitted to dissolving more than 300 bodies at his home for the Sinaloa Cartel. Ever heard of him? This man dissolved women and children in huge vats of acid like a horror movie but we have never heard of him. He lived just across the border from Texas. But we all know about Jihadi John, some ISIS jackass who resides thousands of miles away.
Are you curious to know why the media wants us focused on ISIS instead of the violence in our backyard? The answer is simple. Immigration. Surely if the American people realized what was going on just on the other side of that imaginary line they would be lining up to demand a wall and other protections from the monsters on the other side.
But it gets worse. A lot of these violent reprobates have some form of citizenship in the United States. Either visas, green cards or outright citizenship allows them to cross our borders and carry out these actions here. There have been several headless bodies found in the desert in Arizona despite the media mocking former governor Jan Brewer for mentioning it. Hell, even El Chapo Guzman has a California driver’s license thanks to his wife’s giving birth to children here in the United States. That’s right, the world’s most wanted drug kingpin has anchor babies. He could be your neighbor if he saw fit.
Immigration has been thrown to the forefront by Donald Trump much to the dismay of the mainstream media. I have to admit I am finding it hard to pick a person to vote for in the primary. But the one thing I know for sure is that any candidate who talks about amnesty, open borders, or as Jeb Bush put it, “Acts of love,” has lost my vote. Many people say it’s racist and hateful. I disagree I think it is wise and prudent to prevent as many of these monsters as possible from coming and plying their trade in the United States. Last year Mexico City recorded 1,698 kidnappings, the highest in the world; how long before that number is echoed in Dallas or Phoenix?
Doc is a graduate of a major Jesuit University where he studied Criminology. Currently he is beginning classes shortly to start working on a major in Emergency Management and Homeland Security from a major state institution where he lives. Doc is also beginning a career in law enforcement and is slated to begin his law enforcement positon shortly. Doc has a passion for writing, truth telling, conservatism, guns, hunting, outdoor survival and fishing. He was raised deeply conservative in the rural country of the Southeastern United States. To all those whom seek to challenge my wisdom, “I’m your Huckleberry.” Image: http://jackbrummet.blogspot.com/search/label/prison;