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Gangster America: Illegal Immigration Does Increase Violent Crime

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HOUSTON, TEXAS — September 8, 2018

Even the richest cities in the US have recently begun to resemble slums. The homeless, drug addicts and gang members can be found near the luxury offices of the richest companies, and the recent influx of illegal immigrants has helped to fuel organized crime.

In the US there are now up to 500 criminals for each police office. American cities have been swept by a wave of street crime.

The number of violent crimes is now increasing every year. According to the Office for National Statistics, about 5.3 million crimes were recorded over a single 12-month period, up 14%.

Organized gangs account for 48% of violent crimes committed in the country, and in some regions, this figure reaches 90%.

Official statistics show that two to three teenagers die every day during gang conflicts in the US. Though in reality, this figure is surely much higher. First, not all the bodies are found and identified by law enforcement agencies. Secondly, the murder of a person under unclear circumstances is not always properly attributed to gang violence.

The most criminal cities and states are on the west coast and in the southern part of the country. These cities are close to Mexico, which is  exactly where the stream of drugs and criminals comes from. Street gangs have practically taken over this part of the country and have now surely now moved ahead even further.

Below are only some of the largest gangs operating in the US.

1. The Crips-street gang, a criminal community in the US, consisting mainly of African Americans. It is part of the largest gangst system of the US.

2. The Bloods-one of the largest criminal groups in Los Angeles. Members of the group wear red. The group consists mainly of African Americans, as well as their main enemies, the Crips gang.

According to police estimates, these two gangs, between them consist of more than 100 thousand members.

3. The Bandidos — are a biker gang that supply weapons and drugs from Mexico, as well as robbing truckers;

4. The 18th Street Gang, or M18 — first appeared in Los Angeles 60 years ago, and today counts about 65 000 active members in 120 cities and 37 States. Distinctive signs of gang members include tattoos or stripes on clothes with different spellings of the number 18: XVIII, 9+9, 666, etc.

5. The Latin Kings — was formed by Puerto Ricans in Chicago even earlier than the 18th Street Gang — in the 1940s. Today, 42 thousand of its members operate in 160 cities and 31 States.

6. Mara Salvatrucha (MS13),— is one of the most violent international criminal gangs , which now actively operates on territory in six countries ( with 50 thousand active members in America- Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, and even in Spain). The most dangerous criminal group in the US, it dominates in 33 States, including California, Virginia, Maryland, and New York.  By different calculations, the number of criminal syndicates in the US is from 10 up to 30 thousand members. Most members are of Central American origin, principally El Salvador.

Members of MS are characterized by tattoos covering the body, including the face, and by the use of their own sign language. They are notorious for their violence and a subcultural moral code based on merciless retribution. This cruelty of the distinguished members of the "Maras" or "Mareros" earned them a path to be recruited by the Sinaloa Cartel battling against the Los Zetas in an ongoing drug war in Mexico. Their wide-ranging activities have drawn the attention of the FBI and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, who have initiated wide-scale raids against known and suspected gang members, arresting hundreds across the United States;

7. The Black Guerilla Family – plan to overthrow the government through revolution.

8. The Aryan Brotherhood is a prison gang whose members are repeat offenders sentenced to life imprisonment. They kill for money other criminals in prisons to have connections among the staff.

For decades, these gangs have waged a bloody war among themselves, simultaneously managing to poison the lives of good citizens, while profiting from the sale of drugs, weapons, and hold-ups of shops and banks.

Ranks of all of the above-mentioned gangs are regularly joined by illegal immigrants from all parts of the world – Africa (where there are many ethnic relatives of members of the Crips and the Bloods); Latin America (MS13 has been gaining recruits from impoverished Latin American countries). From the moment President Lyndon Johnson signed the 1965 "Act On Immigration Reform Policy,” the United States acquired a highly liberal immigration policy. The result was the "opening of a gateway" through which every year rushes almost one million legal immigrants. The flow of illegal immigration cannot be accounted for, controlled or seriously curbed. However, according to the National Committee for the control of American immigration (NCCAI), to date, American gangs already 60-90% consist of illegal immigrants, leading a "guerrilla" lifestyle. As in the past, this "Western Eldorado" has attracted fans of easy money, who hope for a better life.

Mexico is the most dangerous conflict zone in the world outside of Syria, with some Mexican states more deadly than those in  Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, on Sept 6th Breitbart Texas reported that Mexican authorities discovered the remains of at least 166 victims in a cartel killing field. The victims had been buried in 32 mass graves. Authorities believe that more bodies are still buried in the area.

The gruesome investigation began in August when Veracruz Attorney General’s Office investigators received information from an individual about hundreds of victims having been buried at a ranch in the southern part of the state. According to information released by the Veracruz state government, authorities began combing the area and quickly discovered numerous clandestine gravesites.

Veracruz is a state that has historically been controlled by the Los Zetas cartel, a criminal organization that has been responsible for several more mass graves and killing fields throughout Mexico. In the border state of Coahuila, Breitbart Texas carried out a three-month investigation into how the Los Zetas were able to kidnap, murder and incinerate more than 300 victims from rural communities in the border region. In 2011, the Los Zetas were responsible for a large scale killing field in San Fernando, where authorities recovered 193 bodies in 47 mass graves, Breitbart Texas reported.

Authorities in Veracruz confirmed 32 mass graves from which they recovered 166 skulls in an area that is only approximately 900 square feet. As part of the investigation, authorities found 114 identifications and more than 200 items of clothing along with various accessories and personal items that will help identify the victims.

According to Veracruz state officials, the cartel killing field appears to be more than two years old. However, forensic investigations continue to search in an attempt to recover more bodies and to attempt to identify the victims buried there.

But it's all in Mexico. And what about the US? In the US liberal politicians along with the mainstream media have become hysterical when it comes to tightening measures to combat illegal immigration. They shout about “xenophobia” and concoct propaganda unleashed against the Trump Administration. They cry about the fate of separated families, talk about the hundreds of millions of dollars spent on the pointless construction of the wall on the border with Mexico, while disingenuously concealing the status and nationality of criminals when they talk about crime problems. Liberals with clever faces speak about academic studies that show that illegal immigration does not increase the prevalence of violent crime or drug and alcohol problems. At the same time, they refer to the studies they paid for, conducted by their “researchers” at their own universities. The methodical and statistical manipulations perpetrated by these “researchers” are easily noticed, even by a child who compares their data with that provided by police data.

For example, an internal Texas Department of Public Safety report has revealed that between 2008 and 2014, 177,588 illegal alien defendants were “responsible for at least 611,234 individual criminal charges over their criminal careers, including 2,993 homicides and 7,695 sexual assaults.”

The TDPS report also comes with a glaring caveat. “The 177,588 criminal aliens identified by Texas through the Secure Communities initiative only can tag criminal aliens who had already been fingerprinted,” writes J. Christian Adams, a former U.S. Justice Department employee.

A look at U.S. Sentencing Commission data from 2016, pertaining to 67,742 felony and Class A misdemeanor cases, shows noncitizens accounted for 41.7 percent of all offenders. Further broken down: noncitizens accounted for 72 percent of drug possession convictions, 33 percent of money laundering convictions, 29 percent of drug trafficking convictions, 23 percent of murder convictions, and 18 percent of fraud convictions.

Nevertheless, these indisputable facts don't convince liberals. Some (usually the most radical leftists) are now calling for “open borders” and the abolishment of ICE. They have consistently and drastically reduced funding for the police, have reduced the number of officers on duty and cut funding for immigration enforcement in any way they possibly can.  Under such conditions, it is difficult not to believe that sooner or later the machine of justice in the US will choke on the dirt of crime and illegal immigration which is now accumulating on its own soil.

Author: USA Really