“No Comment." That's the US State Department's position on anchor-baby gang bangers joining enemy forces at war, in effect, with our government. (Newsflash: Turkey is part of NATO, Turkey and NATO are waging war on Syria.)
A message seeking comment from U.S. State Department officials was not immediately returned early Monday.
Here’s the story:
The men—who identify themselves on a 2-minute video clip as “Wino” from the Westside Armenian Power gang and “Creeper” of the Surenos, a group with apparent ties to the Mexican Mafia—are seen in a war-torn, desolate area as they spot the “enemigos” a short distance away before firing in their direction.
“Still puro Surenos putting it down, homie,” Creeper tells the cameraman. “In Middle East, homie, in Syria, still gangbanging, not giving a —, homie.”
Los Angeles gangbangers surface in Syria to join Assad forces in fighting, By Joshua Rhett Miller, FoxNews.com, March 3, 2014
Yes, let’s NOT talk about the hostile alien invasion our President is protecting, and their association with Hezbollah.
James Fulford writes: I don’t know about the foreign policy aspects of it—although gangbangers are fighting against the American government when they’re “home”, too—I’m just surprised to find that there is an “Armenian Power” gang. As for the Sureno, a member of a Mexican gang in Southern California, that's even weirder.