Silent Invasion
By J.R. Nyquist

The Silent Invasion
By Scott Gulbransen
Counting Coup Press, Inc.

In November 1998, while traveling through Texas, I heard some disturbing
rumors. People were supposedly seeing Chinese soldiers in the Mexican desert. At
least one Texan decided to go down and look for himself. He didn't make it back
alive. Then came a curious story, forwarded to me by the editor of a national
publication. A woman in Texas reported that her relatives had warned against
returning to the family's ranch in Mexico. Foreign soldiers were said to be
there. It wouldn't be safe coming in contact with them. When she traveled to
Mexico and met with her relatives the woman learned that the strangers were
Asians who were preparing to attack the United States.

Scott Gulbransen is a writer who went to Mexico and talked with people about
Chinese troops. He collected stories from border patrol officers, from Mexican
policemen, fishermen and others. The testimony he gathered suggests that a
military supply operation is underway in Mexico. Here are the main points:

(1) China is pumping arms, ammunition, men and uniforms into Baja California
through the port of Ensanada. "The fishermen of Ensanada know something is
going on," says Gulbransen. "They've seen it with their own eyes. But no one
listens to poor fishermen. They're dirty drunks who smell like the fish they
catch. They might be the first to witness the Chinese move on the United States but
no one will listen."

(2) Communist bloc troops are in Mexico. There are small military encampments
in the Mexican desert where troops from various communist countries are
based. Judging by the rifle ammunition used, these are highly trained special
troops from Cuba, North Korea, China and possibly Russia. They appear to operate in
mixed groups (ethnically combined). According to witnesses, Mexican officials
receive cash bribes for helping to maintain and conceal these troops. Anyone
who threatens to expose the operation faces death.

(3) Chinese military supplies are being smuggled into the United States.
According to border patrol officers, U.S. officials are allowing trucks from
Mexico carrying Chinese ammunition to pass the border without question. This only
makes sense if officials responsible for the border are in the pay of Red
China. Border patrol officers who've tried to blow the whistle have been frightened
into silence. One officer died in a suspicious car accident after telling
Gulbransen that she feared for her life. At one border crossing alone, 30 to 40
trucks loaded with Chinese military supplies were entering the United States
per day. It would appear that the Chinese are setting up ammunition dumps for
troops or insurgents throughout the Southwest.

(4) Communist guerrillas in Mexico expect that the United States will soon be
brought to its knees. "I am the leader of the La Conquidistas," a Mexican
guerrilla told Gulbransen. The plan is to take Mexico from the "imperialist pigs
of the U.S. that hold the Mexican people in poverty." The guerrilla chief
added that "Fidel Castro is the only brave man to stand up to you." When
Gulbransen suggested the Conquidistas needed more than AK-47s to fight the United
States, the chief explained that the Mexican people are resourceful. And besides
this, Mexico has "friends throughout the world who would help us." As Gulbransen
was leaving the secret meeting place, the guerrilla boss said: "You tell the
fat Americans about the real Mexico. You tell them their day to pay is coming
fast. Coming very fast."

There are further details in this story, but readers will have to purchase
Gulbransen's book and learn for themselves. The web site for ordering the book
is <A HREF=""></A>. To the
author's credit, the book resists
exaggeration while relating details that are, quite frankly, incredible. I
find myself asking why anyone would make this sort of thing up? After all, nearly
everyone is going to sneer. Experts would insist that Chinese, North Korean
and Cuban troops would never be able too work together in a place like Mexico.
And they certainly wouldn't be able to operate under our noses in secrecy.
Given the readiness of the public to dismiss the very idea of an invasion of the
United States, Gulbransen's book faces major obstacles. So why did he write
it? It is my impression, from corresponding with the author, that he sincerely
believes the Chinese are preparing a strike force in Mexico. In fact,
Gulbransen says that someone is trying to intimidate him. He  is being followed. He is
being watched. Here is what he wrote to me on the subject:

> I've been followed, bumped (with a car) and these cars have also 'cased' my

> house.  They're always the same car -- Ford Taurus sedans. Different colors

> but always the same.


> When they bump me, it's usually from behind at a stop light. I get out to

> exchange insurance, and they take off. Once, the driver (always white males

> 25-35) told me I am lucky I didn't get killed and then sped off.  I've reported

> them to local police and the tags are always "retired."  The casing of my

> house I've also reported and each time the police never do a thing.


> I've also been followed on foot when I am in New York and also several times

> shopping with my family. Always [it is] the same "looking" white male who

> follows me enough to make it known. Almost like they want me to know and be

> scared ... which I am not.


> I also have been approached by attractive women ... who flirt ( I am married

> with two kids) and say cryptic things like "You look like you're a safe

> person..." or "Be careful not to get hurt..." These all come out of thin air and

> have no context.


As some readers no doubt realize, Gulbransen's information supports my own
assertion that the communist world is preparing a military offensive against the
United States. That doesn't mean I'm going to immediately believe everything
he says. I would like to see some clearer evidence on this.
How do we verify Gulbransen's information?  


to the silent invasion thesis
By J.R. Nyquist

In trying to evaluate Scott Gulbransen's allegations about Chinese troops in
Mexico, I decided to consult an expert on the border, Mr. John Carmen (see <A
HREF=""></A>). With over 25-years of experience in law
enforcement, including time spent in the San Diego Police Department, U.S. Mint
Police, U.S. Secret Service and U.S. Customs, Carmen is a genuine whistleblower
with knowledge of border service corruption. He has heard the stories of
Chinese troops in Mexico. But whenever he asks for hard evidence, like photographs,
nothing turns up.

Carmen has his own explanation for the sightings. He says the Mexican Army
recruits from the poorest Indian villages. As these are non-European people,
they can appear Chinese from a distance. In addition, their speech is not always
Spanish and would be unfamiliar to American border officials.

I then asked him another question: Are the Chinese smuggling contraband
through the port of Ensanada to the Otay Mesa border check point? Carmen had no
doubt that many things were being smuggled across the border every day. "There is
serious corruption," he explained.  "If you report it at the regional level,
then at the national level, and nothing happens then you know that the it goes
all the way up."

Could a terrorist group allied with a criminal cartel smuggle nuclear weapons
into the United States?

Explaining the kind of operation it would have to be, with all the right
people paid off, Carmen said, "You're going to be guaranteed of getting through."
He added, "They don't really search the trains any longer. I doubt if even one
in fifty boxcars have been inspected. The boats are a joke. They do tunnels
all the time. They're doing two percent inspections nationwide -- they're not
checking enough containers!"

The situation is not good, Carmen admitted, "And nobody wants to hear that
its a lot worse." He pointed to managers involved in smuggling. "Certain people
need to be investigated," he said. "But it's not happening. Look at the
inspectors. Some guy is old, tired, fed up, sucking fumes out there, and one day he
might take a bribe. And they do take bribes."

Once someone at a key checkpoint takes a bribe, the crooks own him. In that
event, the United States of America loses control of its border. It falls to
criminals with cash. And who knows what the loyalties or secret alliances of
these criminals might be? "If you take their money," Carmen noted, "you belong to

How high does the corruption on the border go? Carmen says it goes to
Washington, even to the White House. "I'm very adamant about the fact of corruption
at the top. The people that run this country know exactly what they're doing,"
he explained. The border traffic is an enormous source of revenue, and the
payoffs run in every direction. Perhaps more damning than corruption, however, is
the bungling of the U.S. authorities. "Our government is incompetent," he
stated flatly.  

In an age of mass destruction weapons, with an intelligence service that
cannot find Osama bin Laden or Saddam Hussein, a case can be made for
incompetence. Highly destructive weapons might already be sitting inside the United
States, or in Mexico, ready to use.

John Carmen's testimony is disturbing. The sad fact is, Washington has turned
a deaf ear to his warnings about border security.

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