Belize a Tourism Paradise For Drugs & Human Trafficking: Vivian Trill Alliance NB. http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-476644
A DEA map that came to our attention reveals San Pedro and other water-accessed locations in Belize are stopover depots for drugs, mostly cocaine, en route from South America to the US.
What’s bad about the San Pedro situation is that ORT already red- flagged it for a concentration of bars featuring human trafficking victims. It’s important that travelers know there were 100 drug-related murders in Belize last year. We think travelers considering a holiday in Belize should know that.
Mexico (Belize) and Isis
Nightmare on the border: ISIS and Mexican cartels teaming up: Written by Allen West on August 22, 2014 http://allenbwest.com/2014/08/nightmare-border-isis-mexican-cartels-teaming/
Last week, Texas Governor Rick Perry said it is highly likely ISIS is already in the United States, crossing over our unsecured southern border. He’s not the only one.
As reported by Breitbart, “Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker said that he believes there is “a lot of communication” between ISIS and Mexican drug cartels given past efforts by al-Qaida to do likewise on Thursday’s “Laura Ingraham Show.” “We’ve had good intel over the years about al-Qaida, about their efforts to coordinate with, as an example, Mexican cartels…in an effort to try to exploit our southern border” he reported, adding that a terrorist group like ISIS “absolutely” knows about the lack of security on the border.”
This is nothing new, as we’ve already have some instances of terrorists being aided and abetted by Mexican drug cartels — which Governor Rick Perry more aptly described as “narco-terrorists.” Don’t forget that two planned attacks were foiled targeting our nation’s capital — one against the ambassadors of Saudi Arabia and Israel, the other a Capitol Hill terrorist attack. In both cases, terrorists aligned with al-Qaida or Iran received support from the narco-terrorists.
Ebola in Belize
Belizean Belize News, Updates and Advisories. Belize Confirms Patient With Ebola Symptoms On Cruise Ship Off Its Coast: October 17, 2014 by Belizean http://belizean.com/belize-confirms-patient-with-ebola-symptoms-on-cruise-ship-off-its-coast-1814/
Reports tonight are that two individuals possibly infected with the Ebola virus are in Belizean waters. Local TV station Channel 7 monitored in the capital City Of Belmopan tonight, reported having credible reports that a couple from a Texas-based cruise ship presently anchored off Belize City, is on a ship tender, unable to return to the cruise ship, while being refused entry to Belize City to catch an air ambulance awaiting at the International Airport to take them to the their country of origin, the U.S.A. The television station in its broadcast tonight said Belize health authorities contacted tonight have so far refused to deny or confirm the report. The patient exhibiting Ebola symptoms has been confirmed to be a nurse at a Dallas hospital traveling with her husband.
Belize and the Islamic State
Muslims arrived in Belize in 1857? : By James Rambally Published 01/20/2007 http://www.caribbeanmuslims.com/categories/Our-Region/Belize/
East Indians came to the Caribbean from India, not Africa, in the 18th century as Indentured Servants and not slaves. They worked as sugar cane farmers. Between 1838 and 1917 it was recorded that 543,434 Indians (or “Coolies”as they were referred to - now a derogatory term, did not mean indentured servant, it meant “unskilled laborer”) had been indentured in the Caribbean. The majority of them resided in Guyana and Trinidad. In 1857, three thousand East Indians migrated from Jamaica to Belize, 382 of which were originally born in India. However, they came here as free East Indians, due to the expiration of their contracts in Jamaica. Therefore, all the East Indians in Belize came