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Terrorists Release Policies Preludes to Martial Law Agenda/Improvised Explosive Devices Found in Smuggling Tunnels

Updated on January 5, 2013

Foreign Troops at Military Bases in America

According to various reports, many foreign troops have been training at U.S. military bases for some time. New reports of as many as 15,000 troops from various nations are scheduled to arrive at White Sands Missile Range by November of this year. The real purposes for these foreign troops being trained here in America remains unknown, although much speculation suggests that it is for planned martial law, civil unrest around elections, or the confiscation of firearms from civilians.


National Guard Trains for Martial Law

Terrorism and Border Security!

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New Terrorists Catch and Release Policies

Do U.S. government officials have policies in place to allow another terror incident to take place on American soil? Are these detrimental policies to bring about martial law, or are we over-run with incompetent politicians and DHS officials?

Revelation 8:13 Then I looked up, And heard a single eagle crying loudly as it flew through the air, "Terrorr, terror, terror to all who belong to this world because of what will happen when the last three angels blow their trumpets." N.L.T. 

While the U.S. government spends billions of taxpayer dollars to protect the United States from terror attacks, why are these federal agencies releasing self-proclaimed terrorists on bail. In June of 2010, two Bangladeshis men, Muhammad Nazmul Hasan and Mirza Muhammad Saifuddin were caught by Customs and Border agents near Naco, Arizona after crossing our southern border. During interrogations with the men, one of the men claimed they are members of Harakat-ul-Jihad-i-Islami Bangladesh, designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Dept. since February 2008. This terrorist organization also reportedly signed an fatwa agreement with Osama bin Ladens' group; Al Queda in 1998, which declared the U.S. and its citizens to be targets of terror.

While citizens should commend Customs and Border agents for doing their job in apprehending these two individuals, why one was released after claiming to seek asylum here seems to be problematic to U.S. security!

If this were an isolated incident, there wouldn't be much cause for alarm, rather this seems to be ploicy of ICE, which is under the authority of Homeland Security. During fiscal years 2009 and 2010, 28 Iranians were caught and released on bond, most are still fugitives, after not having showed up for immagration hearings. This policy of catching and releasing terrorists on American soil would seem to be directly opposed to the oaths taken by both our President and officers of Homeland Security.

We have to ask ourselves, why on earth this sort of policy would continue to be in place, unless someone wants a terrorist incident to happen here. The number of illegal immigrants from middle eastern countries is reported by the Census Bureau as being more than 115,000, but to label them all as terrorists would be racial-profiling. Estimates are that over 17,600 could have some sort of terrorist connections, and are currently free in America.

DHS reports having released hundreds of illegal immigrants from terror affiliated countries, with as many as 481 that remain as fugitives having not showed up for hearings. Apparently, this is a continuing policy that would seem to be at odds with the protection of the U.S. and its citizens. After all, the U.S. State Dept. declared recently that the "War on Terror" was over, yet the Clinton Administration ignored Al Queda's declarations of war against us, culminating into the first World Trade Center bombing and attacks on the U.S.S. Cole.

Ignoring Enemies Doesn't Make Them Disappear!

After discoveries of between 75-150 smuggling tunnels connecting Mexican drug cartels to their markets in the U.S., revelations of ties to terrorists organizations such as Hezbollah bring to light new areas of concern.

In 2006, discovery of several of these tunnels in south Texas were made public, but evidence of IEDs being found inside these tunnels was quickly swept under the rug. While these discoveries are common knowledge along that portion of the Texas border and were all over talk radio in that area, our government allowed no media attention on these facts. Why would they continue to maintain an open border policy and hush up startling facts of terrorist ties to the cartels, and IEDs being found in smuggling tunnels, except not to alert the public to such things and cause panic or a public outcry for real accountability on border security.

I readily admit that I can find no confirmation of these IEDs being found in the smuggling tunnels on the internet, but at the time of their discovery, I was driving truck and making deliveries along the border. It was constantly the hot topic for talk radio in that area for weeks! Again, by itself this would seem to be no cause for concern, but when taken along with the DHS catch and release policy for admitted terrorists, there is definitely reason for alarm!

Take a look at recent large ammo purchases by DHS at this hub: http://slcockerham.hubpages.com/hub/Homeland-Security-large-ammo-purchase-signals-war-preparations


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    • slcockerham profile imageAUTHOR

      slcockerham 

      6 years ago from Tallahassee, Florida

      Hey WillStarr, Thanks for the read and comments,I can't help but wonder about these things, as they seem designed to achieve the exact opposite of what should be done.

    • WillStarr profile image

      WillStarr 

      6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      It's just a matter of time before we are hit again. I can think of many ways we can be terrorized, and I'm sure the enemy can think of those things too.

    • slcockerham profile imageAUTHOR

      slcockerham 

      6 years ago from Tallahassee, Florida

      maxoxam, thanks for reading and commenting on my hub! Interesting how Americans lose rights as Terror suspects are released!

    • maxoxam41 profile image

      Deforest 

      6 years ago from USA

      Your own words raise the subjacent problem, if ever terrorism existed on the American soil, the internal policy wouldn't be so lax! On one hand, government institutions "security agencies" living off the taxpayers' fund which own source of revenues are our taxes (very dependent) and on the other hand the perennial question how can they collect funds without the people to rise any eyebrows (terrorism cry wolf policy)?

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