Mexican, Black, and South American Gangs Tearing up Texas

Despite media attention focusing on a small white criminal prison gang in Texas routinely described as “white supremacists” which have been accused of murdering law enforcement officers, official figures show that there are nearly 100,000 active racially-based Mexican, black, and South American gang members in Texas—although they are never referred to as “supremacists.”

According to the “Texas Gang Threat Assessment 2012” issued by the Texas Fusion Center, Intelligence & Counterterrorism Division at the Texas Department of Public Safety, these gangs “continue to represent a significant public safety threat to the State of Texas, and are responsible for a disproportionate amount of crime in our communities.”

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Controlled media attention is however focused on something called the “Aryan Brotherhood of Texas,” which, it is claimed, has been responsible for the murders of three state officials in the past few weeks.

The controlled media, fed by the Jewish Supremacist extremists in the ADL and SPLC, has consistently called this gang a “white supremacist” outfit, even though they have no racial political program or political activity at all, and are only composed of white members because of racial tensions within the prisons where the gangs originated—in exactly the same manner as many of the Hispanic and black gangs were created.

The Texas Gang Threat Assessment document states that the total membership of this gang is less than 2,000—compared to the 98,000 nonwhite gang members who are responsible for a slew of murders, crimes, people smuggling, and much more in the state.

As the report says: “Many large gangs have membership based along racial lines. Examples of predominantly white gangs include Aryan Brotherhood of Texas and Aryan Circle; predominantly Hispanic gangs include Texas Mexican Mafia and Texas Syndicate; and predominantly African-American gangs include Gangster Disciples, Bloods, and Crips.

“This aspect of gang organization is often described as a product of prison, where inmates may identify with others of their own race. Many of these gangs officially cite race as a reason for having organized, and some profess racial superiority over others.

“While individual members of these gangs may hold racial bias or prejudice, the gangs themselves often engage in business arrangements with gangs of another race when it is mutually convenient and profitable. Ultimately, gangs work with any group that will help further their criminal objectives.”

The document goes on to say that “Tier 1” (i.e. the most important, violent, and dangerous gangs) criminals include the “Tango Blast” (estimated at 10,000 members), “Texas Syndicate” (4,500 members), “Barrio Azteca” (3,500 members), and Texas “Mexican Mafia” (6,000 members).

“Tango Blast is assessed as a Tier 1 gang threat in Texas. This determination is based on the rapid growth of Tango Blast cliques, their high level of criminal activity, their propensity for violence, and their relationships with Mexican cartels.

gangs“Texas Syndicate is a hyper-violent prison gang that has its origins in the California penal system over 40 years ago. Soon after it began, the TS moved into the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and onto the streets, using violence to protect its involvement in human and drug trafficking, often working with Mexican cartels such as Los Zetas.

“Barrio Azteca (BA) remains a Tier 1 criminal organization mostly due to its continued levels of criminal activity, association to Mexican drug trafficking organizations (DTOs), and ability to effectively operate on both sides of the Texas–Mexico border. Although predominantly located in El Paso and Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico, recent arrests of BA members in the Wichita Falls area attest to the group’s ability to expand its influence into other areas of Texas.

“The arrests of key Texas Mexican Mafia (TMM) members in 2012 have decreased the gang’s statewide threat level, though they are still assessed to be a Tier 1 threat to Texas due to their history and size. The effectiveness of law enforcement actions, along with increased tensions with other gangs, has weakened the gang’s overall effectiveness.





“The PRM (Partido Revolucionario Mexicano) is an organized and secretive prison and street gang that operates both in Mexico and Texas. PRM is composed mainly of Mexican nationals, many of whom are illegal aliens who are subsequently deported once they are released from prison. This allows the PRM to establish cells on both sides of the border. PRM members who are deported often re-enter the United States and establish themselves as members in Texas. PRM has begun to allow US citizens to become members of the gang in order to maintain their presence in Texas and eliminate the possibility of deportation.

“The Crips is a criminal street gang founded in Los Angeles, California, in the late 1960s. The name Crips does not define a single gang, but rather it is an identity with which many gang sets associate themselves. Crips gangs have maintained a documented presence in Texas since the mid-1980s.

“The Bloods is a violent street gang that originated in Los Angeles, California, in the early 1970s. It developed as an offshoot clique of the Crips gang and then split from that organization. The Bloods’ presence in Texas has been documented since the 1980s, and has posed a threat both in prison facilities and the free world. Its overall presence and the level of criminal activity and violence perpetrated by its members qualify them as a serious threat in Texas.

“[The] Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang  conducts its illegal activities as covertly as possible and avoids high-profile activities, such as drive-by shootings, that many street gangs tend to commit. Members are not covert, however, about making their presence known by wearing their colors and insignia, and riding in large groups.

“Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) is perhaps the best known transnational street gang in the world, enjoying ongoing command, control, and coordination between gang leaders and cliques in disparate countries. MS-13 remains a constant threat to the state of Texas through its use of violence and complete disregard of the law.

“The Hermandad de Pistoleros Latinos remains a significant threat due to its involvement in organized crime in Texas. The HPL is expected to continue criminal operations at current levels with their main hub remaining in the Laredo/Webb County area. An effort to expand HPL operations in San Antonio is possible due to a rivalry with Texas Mexican Mafia (TMM) and TMM’s weakened state as a result of law enforcement disruptions.

“The Sureños originated as a gang confederation closely aligned under the umbrella of the California Mexican Mafia. As such, they often utilize the number 13 as a sign of respect to the California Mexican Mafia (the letter M being the 13th letter in the alphabet). Although many gangs in Texas may use the Sureños name, not all of them are affiliated with the California-based confederation.

“These organizations,” the document continues, “pose the greatest gang threat to Texas due to their relationships with Mexican cartels, large membership numbers, high levels of transnational criminal activity, and organizational effectiveness.

“Mexican cartels continue to use gangs in Texas as they smuggle drugs, people, weapons, and cash across the border. Members of Tier 1 gangs have been recruited by the cartels to carry out acts of violence in both Texas and Mexico. The relationships between gangs and cartels have evolved over the past year, due in part to volatility and changes in cartel structures and relationships in Mexico.

“More than 2,500 gangs have been identified throughout the state, ranging from small gangs with few members and limited geographic reach to large gangs composed of thousands of members operating in all regions of Texas.”

It is thus typical for the controlled media to feast on the activity of what is one small white criminal gang, while ignoring the far larger, far more dangerous, and far more prevalent nonwhite gangs which are tearing up Texas and spreading throughout the US.

This just forms part of what seasoned observers already know: that the establishment media is irreparably anti-white and will go to any length to attack and smear people of European descent.


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