For years, many of us have been noting that the United States continues to violate international law and the sovereignty of foreign nations in some of our military assaults on terror targets. We have often asked how we would respond to countries like Mexico sending military personnel into our territory. Well, it happened this week when three military trucks loaded with Mexican soldiers crossed the border at Bridge Number Two into the U.S.
Customs and Border Protection officials are demanding answers and citizens are up in arms. The Mexicans insist the truck just got lost.
Does it really matter, according to our own practices? If the Mexicans were attacking drug lords or terror suspects, couldn’t they just claim the same privilege of the United States. Indeed, according to Pakistan, we have repeatedly entered Pakistani territory and killed individuals with both predator drones and actual military assaults like the one against Bin Laden. Perhaps this was the Mexican Seal Equipo Seis.
The worst thing about Mexican invasions of the U.S. is that they play Telly Salavas music:
If that is not a war crime, I am not sure what would constitute a war crime.