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High Tech Tunnels on the Mexico-US Border Suggest 'Threat of Terrorism' in the US is a Myth That Helps Keep the Military-Intelligence Complex Fat and Rich

Another tunnel recently discovered on the Mexican-United States border (Screen
capture from YouTube video)

If there's an authentic threat from Islamic terrorism, why haven't these terrorist used such tunnels—or even the overland human smuggling routes—to enter the United States via Mexico to cause havoc? Simple: Perhaps there is no threat from terrorism. Maybe the so-called "terrorist threat" is a myth that helps to keep the military-intelligence complex swimming in cash and the American citizenry blanketed by all-encompassing surveillance. In fact, most of the "terrorist conspiracies" within the United States were either initiated by the FBI itself during dozens of entrapment operations, or "homegrown" terrorism emanating from white supremacists. —Ronald David Jackson

Two drug-smuggling tunnels with rail systems stretching hundreds of yards across the U.S.-Mexico border were discovered by law enforcement officials, and a 73-year-old woman was charged with helping run one operation, federal authorities said Friday.

No contraband was found in connection with the tunnels, which linked warehouses in Tijuana, Mexico, and the Otay Mesa area of San Diego, according to a statement from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations.
The first tunnel, stretching about 600 yards, was discovered Tuesday. It was described as being equipped with lighting, a crude rail system and wooden trusses.

The entrance on the U.S. side is inside a warehouse where a cement cap covered a 70-foot shaft. A pulley system was installed to hoist goods into the building, which was filled with children's toys and boxes of televisions.

The other tunnel, located Thursday, stretches more than 700 yards and was built with more sophisticated features including a multi-tiered electric rail system and ventilation equipment.

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