The United States is on high alert because of threats from ISIS on the anniversary of 9/11. To this day, the fall of the Twin Towers lives on in infamy within U.S. history. When the date comes around, not only do we remember all who have suffered and honor all who have given their lives for others during the tragedy, but the United States does go on high alert. We reported on such a situation when the former press secretary of the Bush Administration warned of a far more deadlier attack than 9/11, especially now that ISIS is reportedly here in America.
However, could the real threat of ISIS come in the form of a coalition with the Mexican drug cartels? It may sound off-the-wall, but numerous reports are now surfacing that both ISIS and the cartels are "talking to each other." This may seem like a contradiction to our earlier report that the cartels wouldn't allow ISIS on their turf.
According to an article by Breitbart, former Chief Felony Prosecutor and Felony Court Judge of Harris County, Texas, Ted Poe (R-TX), went on Newsmax TV to discuss if there is any current interaction between ISIS and Mexican drug cartels. During the interview, he was quite adamant that the Mexican drug cartels and ISIS are talking to each other.
"In my opinion, yes there seems to be a talking to each other. The drug cartels use the same operational plan as terrorist groups do. They kill their opponent, they behead their opponents, they brag about it and they have operational control of many portions of the southern border of the United States. They're vicious as some of these other terrorist organizations."
As for Newsmax, they posted the entire interview with Ted Poe pertaining to the events happening in Texas. Along with his opinions of ISIS and the Mexican drug cartels talking, he included his insights on the beheading of a journalist by ISIS along with the charges against Texas Governor, Rick Perry.
Probably the biggest thing to take away from the interview is that both ISIS and the Mexican drug cartels operate in the same manner. If both have a similar goal, wouldn't it be in their best interest to work with each other? There is video proof of the Mexican drug cartels giving a message to the United States of America while showing off their vicious methods of execution. Actually, they are probably far worse when it comes to executions because they not only behead, but they cut off limbs too.
The New Observer (WARNING: Link is NSFW) was able to attain a video of the Los Zetas, a Mexican terrorist group executing four women. The women -- three of them topless -- are kneeling on the ground surrounded by a group of masked insurgents. One of the men makes a statement before the women have their throats slit. They fall forward while the men attain axes to dismember the bodies. Also, it should be reported the video is just one example of their executions in the movement known as the Third World colonization invasion, which is heading up to the United States.
As for the video, it is not attached here, but if you have a strong resolve, you may find it at the link provided above. Once again, it is not safe for work with extreme graphic footage.
From what you know about the Mexican cartels, how they operate, and how ISIS operates, do you think the possibility of them talking is more tangible than them opposing each other? Do you think their similar methods of operation will possibly unite them, making the groups a far more dangerous threat than they would be separately? Please let us know in the comments below.
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