Monday, September 27, 2010

Latin American Herald Tribune - Over 200,000 People Leave Mexican Border City Due to Violence

Counties along the Mexico-United States borderImage via Wikipedia As border concerns are being raised on a Daily basis now. The News Media tends to ignore the real reasons behind Arizona's now SP1070 bill. The violence as you can see in this article below. (Click on the link to read the full Story). This is not just in Mexico. It is being spread into all the Border States as well. Including California. Though CA seems to try to ignore this situation. Being born and raised there, I've seen it all first hand.
Now that I'm living in Arizona. I can see so much more happening here as well. As Obama and his followers constantly try to make this into a racial issue. It only goes to show how ignorant, the people and the News Media have become. If you are still insisting that all this is about Race, I would suggest you start doing your homework beginning with this article.
The border issue and building a fence to block this from entering onto America soil is a MAJOR issue and the real reasons behind SP1070.
If you still think it's about Race. I would suggest coming to Arizona yourself, Take a very good and long look at the majority of people who live here. To be racial by law in Arizona is literally impossible people, quit spreading around lies.
While the SEIU is pushing the Racial issues and trying to get more voters to vote for what they want. People are falling for this everywhere.
Take a look at who is actually pushing these issues.

Take a good look at the violence being stirred up by Drug Cartels and the very real Terrorist that are entering our borders. Not just Arizona, But California, New Mexico and Texas and throughout the entire United States from there.
It's time to wake up to the truth.
Over 200,000 People Leave Mexican Border City Due to Violence
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – Some 230,000 people have left Ciudad Juarez, a border city that has become Mexico’s murder capital, in the past three years as the death toll from a gang war topped 7,000, a non-governmental organization said in a new report.
About 124,000 people, or 53.9 percent of the total, have sought safe haven in El Paso, Texas, which is just across the border, the Ciudad Juarez Citizens Security and Coexistence Observatory said.
The rest have returned to their hometowns, mainly in Durango, Coahuila and Veracruz states, to get away from the drug-related violence.
“Action should be taken immediately” to keep the crime and violence from leading to a “loss of economic dynamism and, in turn, a continuing reproduction of violence and crime as a result of unemployment,” the report’s authors, Ramon Chavira and Wilebaldo Martinez, said.
The two Autonomous University of Ciudad Juarez, or UACJ, professors used National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Informatics, or INEGI, figures, as well as interviews with emigrants’ families, to come up with the population trend figures for the border city.
Ciudad Juarez is the scene of a war for control of smuggling routes between the Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels.
The border city, where more than 2,000 people have been murdered this year, has been plagued by drug-related violence for years.
More than 20,000 houses have been abandoned in the border city by people who feared they might become murder, extortion or kidnapping victims, Ciudad Juarez Mayor Jose Reyes Ferriz said.
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