Illegal immigration is just another symptom of the de facto anarchy that is overtaking this country. Not only do criminals in the Government (i.e., politicians) go unpunished while making a mockery of law, order and out very Constitution; there are signs that a much more sinister element is enjoying the fruits of a broken-down justice system. In a sense, they are more honest than the criminals in Government: they admit who they are and what their anti-Government agenda is.(See link below.)
In El Paso, even the assassination of U.S. District Judge “Maximum John” Wood by professional hit man, Charles Harrelson, wafted past with minimal coverage by the media—perhaps mainly because it touched so many “prominent” El Paso families—such as the Chagras.
Now, the very recent assassination of criminal prosecutor Mark Hasse in Kaufman, TX receives little, if any attention in the El Paso media. Kaufman is a small town north of Cedar Creek Lake. At the south end of the lake is the 50-acre piney-woods sanctuary of John Joe Gray and his anti-Government clan.
Why this sanctuary of criminals has been tolerated so long probably is because our Government has, in recent decades, focused on anti-Government elements that resulted in the debacles at Ruby Ridge, Idaho, and the Branch David Compound near Waco. In both those cases, there was more public sympathy with those in the bunkers than with the Government. It is no wonder that the Government is now so vilified by the public. We have come to tolerate criminals within our Government. In recent years, illegal immigration is the most blatant example of the Government ignoring the law and tolerating massive contempt for law to benefit unscrupulous citizens who are bold enough to exploit it.
Honest, law-abiding citizens are frustrated and it is becoming difficult to discern who the “good guys” are and who the criminals are. We know that many of the “bad guys” are in Washington DC, posing as “public servants.”