September 2, 2014
Border security, Immigration
border security, Homeland Security, Immigration, ISIS, Judicial Watch, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster, southern border, U.S. Border Patrol, US Mexican border
Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative reporter
The Laguna Journal
El Paso TX. Ft. Bliss military base that’s charged with the defense of our borders with Mexico is reported to be on alert. ISIS/ISIL and other related Islamic terrorist groups are operating in Mexico and are preparing attacks along the U.S. Mexican border from Galveston Texas to San Diego California. According to the Government the alarming terrorist plan is to attack the United States with car bombs or other vehicle born improvised explosive devices (VBIED).
Federal law enforcement have confirmed to The U.S. Border Fire report that an urgent warning bulletin to border city and county police warn of an imminent terrorist attack on the U.S. Mexican border. Based on other news reports, agents across a number of Homeland Security, Justice and Defense agencies have all been placed on alert and instructed to aggressively work all possible leads and sources concerning this imminent terrorist threat. More
August 18, 2014
Constitution, DOMESTIC TERRORISM, Police State
America's Constitution, government sponsored domestic terrorism, Laguna Journal, Michael Webster, militaring police, national police, Police State, standing army
“In other words, the twenty-first-century war on terror has melded thoroughly with the twentieth-century war on drugs, and the result couldn’t be anymore disturbing: police forces that increasingly look and act like occupying armies…”
The direction being achieved by militarizing our cops is to train them to be an occupying force under the control of the Federal government and its minions instead of being
our friendly public servant whose job was once to “serve and protect”.
As most Americans firmly oppose the current morphing of local police from protects and serves and community policing to federally militarized and federally subsidized occupying force.
In the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo., an unarmed 18-year-old black man was killed by police in broad daylight.
By now, what’s happening in Ferguson is about so many second-order issues— the militarization of police with systemic racism, and how citizens can redress grievances, among other things—that it’s worth remembering what actually happened…
Last week Ferguson was sending shock waves across America and around the world. Many viewers first tuning into the national news thought they were observing a 3rd world riot that we so often see coming from places like the Middle East, Russia, China or some out of control banana republic. No these pictures were coming from Ferguson Missouri in the heartland of America. We as Americans need to examine the problem of the militarization of our police.
Dr, Edwin Vieira, Jr. writes in his new book that we now have a choice to make – do we want to continue to live in a police state, or do we do something about it.
As Karl Bickel, a senior policy analyst with the Justice Department’s Community Policing Services office, observes, police across America are being trained in a way that emphasizes force and aggression. He notes that recruit training favors a stress-based regimen that’s modeled on military boot camp rather than on the more relaxed academic setting a minority of police departments still employ. The result, he suggests, is young officers who believe policing is about kicking ass rather than working with the community to make neighborhoods safer. Or as comedian Bill Maher reminded officers recently:
“The words on your car, ‘protect and serve,’ refer to us, not you.”
March 31, 2014
baby boomers, Constitution, freedom, Government, liberty, Michael Webster, old farts, reclaiming America, US Borderfire Report
General Michael (Mick) Webster
“Yes, we are old and slow these days but rest assured, we have at least one good fight left in us. We have loved this country, fought for it, and died for it, and now we are going to save it. It is our country and nobody is going to take it away from us. We took oaths to defend America against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and that is an oath we plan to keep.”
Both young, old, black, brown, white, yellow, red, 99 percenter’s’, tea partier’s, students, union and non-union, republican, democrat, independent, no affiliation, government worker, or retired we are all in this together. Let’s join hands and stand together shoulder to shoulder this may 16th in Washington DC.
The typical U.S. household headed by a person age 65 or older has a net worth 47 times greater than a household headed by someone under 35, according to an analysis of census data released recently. If all of us “old farts” have all of the money, we should be able to fight for our freedom and liberty. Governor George Wallace during his run for the office of the presidency Said: “There is not a dimes worth of difference between the political parties”. Let us try to elect someone who might be near honest and not be after feathering their own nests. That means NEW BLOOD, across the board.
The younger adults yes, our own children like to refer to us as senior citizens, old fogies, geezers, and in some cases dinosaurs. Some of us are “Baby Boomers” getting ready to retire. Others have been retired for some time. Yes, it’s true, we walk a little slower these days and our eyes and hearing are not what they once were. We have worked hard, raised our children, worshiped our God and grown old together. Yes, we are the ones some refer to as being over the hill, and that is probably true. But before writing us off completely, there are a few things that need to be taken into consideration.
January 25, 2012
due process, enemy combatants, indefinite detention, Michael Webster, NDAA, S.1867
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. Jan 24, 2012 at 11:30 AM PST
The United States is no longer the shining light leading the rest of the world in regards to freedom and liberty. The President signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) under the radar late on New Years Eve of 2011. The new law takes away American basic constitutional rights.
The new law now in effect robs all Americans of our due process of law which nullifies many principles and rights afforded all Americans in our Constitution and Bill of rights guaranteed by our founding Fathers. These rights were given to us by our founding fathers and many Americans have given there lives to protect these basic and fundamental rights. President Obama has just stated a policy that he can have any American citizen killed without any charge, without any review, except his own. If he’s satisfied that you are a terrorist, he says that he can kill you anywhere in the world including on American soil anywhere in the United States.
Americans can be arrested and taken to jail without the right of a phone call, right to a lawyer, and without being charged with any crime of any kind. More
August 10, 2011
ATF, drug smuggling, drug wars, Los Zeta's, Mexico, Michael Webster, PPJG, Sinola Cartel, US Border Fire Report
Michael Webster/PPJ contributor
Syndicated Investigative Reporter
The U.S. Government through our federal agents have encouraged the largest and most feared Mexican drug cartel ( Sinaloa) to traffic several tons of cocaine into the United States in exchange for information about Los Zetas and other rival cartels, according to U.S. federal court documents obtained by U.S. Border Fire Report.
The information is part of the defense of Vicente Zambada-Niebla, who was extradited to the United States to face drug-trafficking charges in Chicago. He is also a top lieutenant of drug kingpin Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman and the son of Ismael “Mayo” Zambada-Garcia, believed to be the brains behind the Sinaloa cartel.
According to the U.S. Attorney General, the Sinaloa Cartel is responsible for importing into the United States and distributing nearly 200 tons of cocaine and large amounts of heroin between 1990 and 2008. More
April 1, 2011
Border security, Immigration
Arizona, border security, drug cartels, drug trafficking, human trafficking, illegal immigration, Mexican Air Force, Mexico, Michael Webster, PPJG, Predator Drones
By Michael Webster, Syndicated Investigative Reporter
“The drones, which cost more than $10 million each, are equipped with cameras that can identify an object the size of a milk carton, provide real-time images to ground-control operators and can fly for more than 30 hours without having to refuel, according to the U.S. Congressional Research Service.”
According to top law enforcement agents who want to remain anonymous the Predator drones used to help spy on suspected drug traffickers have located Mexican army bases near the U.S. Mexican border where it is believed that the Mexican Army is evolved in the illegal drug trade as Mexico’s largest and most dangerous drug cartel. Click or Google Mexican Army corrupted and now largest Drug Cartel in Mexico
The Mexican Army is known to be corrupt and now is believed by many to be the biggest Mexican Drug Cartel of all. Most U.S. law-enforcement officials working alongside of the Mexican Army and other Mexican law enforcement believe they are corrupt and very much involved in drug and human trafficking.
Those same sources acknowledge the involvement at the highest levels of the Mexican military and lower level officers and the troops on the ground are being paid off by the other cartels and are directly now trafficking in the lucrative narcotics and migrant smuggling business on a national bases. More
August 5, 2010
Border security, Immigration
bprder wars, Castro-rocha drug cartel, drug cartels, drug wars, Eric Holder, illegal immigration, Michael Webster, Project Deliverance
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. Aug 1, 2010
The 22-month multi-agency investigation called “Project Deliverance” resulted in the arrest of more than 2,200 individuals and the seizure of $154 million in U.S. currency, 1,262 pounds of methamphetamine, 2.5 tons of cocaine, 1,410 pounds of heroin, 69 tons of marijuana, 501 weapons, and 527 vehicles. More
July 28, 2010
Arizona, border unsecured, cocaine, drug wars, heroine, illegal immigration, Los Zeta's, methamphetamine, Mexican gangs, Michael Webster, srug smuggling, terrorism
Michael Webster (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved
Many street gangs in the larger cities are now directly connected to the Mexican Drug Cartels (MDC’s). They smuggle drugs and humans into the U.S. via known and un-known smuggling corridors throughout the Southwestern United States. Law enforcement indicates that they work for and do the dirty work for the cartels in return for drugs. This dirty work includes murder, drug distribution, and collection of debts owed to the MDC’s by other gangs and drug traffickers nationwide.
Federal authorities point to the Mexican drug cartels that are ultimately responsible for border violence on both sides of the U.S. Mexican border and beyond, by having cemented ties to U.S. Street and prison gangs all across America. Many of these gangs operate in cities like El Paso, Tucson, San Diego and Los Angeles some like Barrio Azteca from El Paso who operate on both sides. More
July 22, 2010
ACM, Arizona militia, border patrol, drug wars, HSD, Michael Webster, neo-nazi's, Pinal County, US military
Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter.
July 20, 2010 at 5:00 PM PDT.
“M1126 Stryker ICV
Many reports are coming in that U.S. Military units are being seen on and near the U.S. Mexican border close to Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge and the Tohono D’ O’dham Indian Reservation, and all along the southern side of I-8 between Casa Grande and Gila Bend; they are equipped with Stryker armored fighting vehicles.”
Arizona Citizen Militia (ACM) spokesman only known as HammerDown said, “We are going to hunt the Zetas and destroy them like the vermin that they are. This won’t be just War, this will be extermination.”
Recently published in the U.S. Border Fire report, was a threat by a Mexican national who claimed to be an Los Zetas Mexican Drug cartel officer, who told this reporter the following “I now believe my men were shot by crazed American vigilante cowards, who ambushed my solders at night, shot them from a great distance using high powered American rifles. Than our load of drugs were stolen”. The Zetas say that attacks like this one is occurring frequently along the U.S. Mexican Border he said a Zetas patrol was ambushed by a large contingent of American vigilantes killing two of his solders and wounding three others.
The following communication from the Pima County Arizona Citizens Militia group took place around the same time frame and may bear out the Zetas commander’s claims:
0545 hours MST – 13 Jul 2010 – approx. 7 miles west of Ruby, AZ – six enemy, in uniform, carrying AK and SKS rifles – enemy were engaged by ACM forces as they tried to cross the international fence – two enemy KIA confirmed, unknown number of enemy WIA, no friendly casualties… More
July 18, 2010
Arizona, Arizona Citizen Militia, border patrol, border war, drug cartels, FBI, Los Zeta's, Mexican drug cartels, Michael Webster, war on the border
Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter.
6th part in a multiple part series.
On June 7, during a scuffle with some rock-throwing Mexican teenagers in a concrete drainage canal near El Paso, Texas, a U.S. Border Patrol officer shot Sergio Adrian Hernandez Guereca, 15, in the head, killing him. Uniformed, combat ready Mexican forces in the Rio Grande River channel bordering the two cities of El Paso and Juarez brandishing their weapons, assisted by Mexican bystanders throwing rocks and firecrackers, later chased off FBI agents investigating the shooting. More
July 11, 2010
Arizona, California, Mexican drug cartels, Mexico, Michael Webster, Pinal County sheriff, SB1070, vigilante's
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter July 8, 2010 at 12:30 PM PDT
Link to new article: UPDATE ON AZ SITUATION Shooting War at the U.S. Mexican border.___
One of my informants whom I have called Juan in previous news reports, called me recently on the cell phone he provided me at our last meeting a month or so ago. He told me that his boss, a Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel officer, wanted to meet with me and give me some important information regarding the so called war on drugs raging on the border. A date and time was set up for this meeting at a public place.
At this encounter, the Mexican I met was clean shaven with a military style “high and tight” short hair cut, who looked to be about 35 years old or so, claiming to be an officer in the Los Zetas Mexican drug cartel organization. He told me straight out that he believed two of his men were shot and killed recently in the desert in Arizona by American vigilantes and he would be taking revenge. He first said he thought that his men where killed by opposing drug cartel member gangs; saying he and his men had killed several gang members recently whom they thought were responsible for those killings and other recent attacks in the area. That bloody confrontation took place just south of the Arizona border. The shootout left 21 dead. More
June 16, 2010
Gulf steam, killing the gulf, Michael Webster, oil industry, planet killer, solar power
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative reporter. June 15, 2010, at 3:30 PM PDT
Millions of listeners heard on the popular Coast to Coast Am radio show recently that the BP oil spill is a planet killer. Talk show host Ian Punnett welcomed two guests, Jim Bell during the second hour and Minister Lindsey Williams in the 3rd hour, for a discussion on the Gulf oil crisis as well as alternative energy.
In the second hour, Minister Lindsey Williams, who once served as a chaplain for the oil companies operating in Alaska, shared what he claimed to be the “real story” behind the Gulf oil crisis. He explained that, in the 1970’s, Russia drilled over 40,000 feet into the ground and discovered abiotic oil, i.e. oil which replenishes itself via an as-yet-unknown natural chemical process. The off-shore drilling done by BP in the Gulf of Mexico, Williams said, was their attempt to create a similar super-deep well and access this same abiotic oil. However, according to his sources, BP insiders and U.S. Government officials the pressure from this pocket of abiotic oil in the Gulf was so great that it burst all the safety valves on the floating platform. More
June 15, 2010
drug cartels, drug violence, illegal immigration, Mexico, Michael Webster, smugglers, Sonoran desert, southern border, US citizens
Thousands of acres of the Sonoran Desert closed to Americans!
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has closed large portion of Southern Arizona in and around the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge and all along the southern side of I-8 between Casa Grande and Gila Bend. This is 80 miles north of the Mexican border and its now off limits to American citizens!!
A reliable informant known to us as “Duck Hunter” has told the U.S. Border Fire Report that the Mexican Drug cartels now control large areas of Southern Arizona. According to the Pinal County Sheriff large areas in Southern Arizona are very dangerous and is off limits to U.S. citizens. Where is Congress and DHS in this new Mexican-American war that we seem to be losing?
According to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife this area is about 3500 acres in size. Our concern for public safety is paramount. The situation in this zone has reached a point where continued public use of the area is not prudent. The Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge has been adversely affected by border-related activities. The international border with Mexico has also become increasingly violent.
June 7, 2010
Border security, Immigration
American's murdered, Arizona, border insecurity, drug cartels, drug smuggling, human trafficking, Michael Webster
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. June 7, 2010 At 10:00 A.M. PDT
live link: US Borderfire Report
Pinal County Sheriff’s Deputies, Arizona State and Federal Investigators are just now on the scene of an apparent double homicide near milepost 150 on Interstate 8, which is the same area that the U.S. Border Fire Report, ( www.usborderfirereport.com ) reported recently showing the same area as the Arizona Concerned Citizens set up watch posts to help detect illegal smugglers just east of Gila Bend Arizona. Attention Concerned Citizens
According to Lt. Tamatha Villar of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, the call came in late Sunday night. Villar said the man who called said he and a friend had been shot out in the desert. More
May 11, 2010
border, drugs, FBI, frug cartels, law enforcement, Michael Webster, weapons
By Michael Webster: Syndicated Investigative Reporter. 12:01 AM PDT May 10, 2010
FBI is reporting that they are forming a new border task force to look for and combat possible terrorist entering the U.S. through our borders with Mexico and Canada, with a eye on dishonest federal, state and local law enforcement and other officials.
Special Agent Keith Byers in the attached video describes the Bureau’s interest in border protection.He ask’s “Imagine a U.S. border guard on the take waving through a truck filled with weapons, drugs, explosives, or even a dirty bomb”. More