Massive Violence Planned at the Border-Is This the Beginning of Red Dawn?
Five days ago, several publications noted that the border crossing at San Yisidro, CA. was shut down twice in a 24 hour period. Gas-price protesters took over inspection lanes of El Chaparral last Saturday afternoon, traffic going north from Mexico into the United States at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
It was clear that this was a planned event and for very specific reasons that I will be revealing in the next 24 hours, I believe that paramilitary planners from Central America are probing our Border Patrol’s response strategies as a possible prelude to invasion.
At minimum, I fear that more massive border events are planned that will result in bloodshed. At maximum, I am very fearful that this is phase one of a Red Dawn invasion of the United States.
A Mexican citizen communicated to me that the country is on the verge of revolution and that the cartels are fueling the controversy. I was directed to the following English translation from a Mexican publication. As the reader will see, if these events turn violent, the location of the trouble is just a hop, skip and a jump from the border.
“Gasoline began flowing again yesterday in Mexicali, Baja California, after gas price protesters were persuaded to abandon their blockade of a Pemex distribution terminal.
The protest began six days ago but the number of protesters had dwindled to about 20 by Tuesday after taxi drivers accepted a tax break and left the blockade at La Rosita.
All the gas stations in the municipality were forced to close the same day for lack of fuel.
But they changed their minds after security forces arrived and advised that if they did not withdraw they would be removed by force.
The Pemex terminal supplies fuel to El Valle, San Felipe and parts of Sonora in addition to Mexicali.
The operation was smoother than that at Playas de Rosarito last Saturday when at least 15 people were injured and 33 arrested after police dismantled a blockade at another Pemex terminal.
About 100 local residents had blocked the facility, also in protest against gas prices.”
There is not a word of these highly inflammatory events in the American fake news media.
Speaking of the fake stream media, Channel 10 (Fox-Phoenix) reported that a man with massive amounts of weapons was arrested trying to smuggle guns through the border. I think this might be related to developing a storage cache of weapons for later use.
Revealing Communication From Mexican Oil and Gas Official
Since the Central America illegal alien invasion of three summers ago, I began getting emails from Mexican citizens and others throughout Central America. Specifically, I often hear from an oil and gas official who words for PEMEX, a professor and a journalist. One of the constant themes that ties together all three is their distress of having to live in a totally compromised society, similar to the one that Obama is trying to construct in the United States.
In America, we can choose to not see the blatant criminality of organized crime (e.g. HSBC bank) and corrupt public officials. However, in Mexico, the rampant criminality is in your face on a daily basis and many live in fear. Knowing how to deal with these variables is a necessary part of daily survival. I hear from the Mexican oil and gas official on a weekly basis as he provides very lucid commentary related to many of my stories.
On January 10th, “Oscar” wrote to me with the following information which is now highly relevant based upon what I am learning.
Dear Mr. Hodges,
…. like many Mexican families, I have relatives in the drug cartels. Many of the people in the cartels have nothing to do with the drugs. Some are used for violence against uncooperative officials. Some are used to become police officers and join the military and they are paid for information.