Thursday, April 1, 2010

Springtime Blooms In Arizona’s Deserts. . . . And It’s Being Destroyed!

Spring is the time when the Arizona desert blooms. Hopefully, some of this beauty will remain for future generations to enjoy. As you can clearly see, our desert is threatened by litterbugs, illegal dumping and illegal aliens. The way I see it, we’re under siege. Our enemies, both foreign and domestic, need to be confronted and neutralized. It's up to us citizens to make a difference.

As most of us know, people like to carelessly throw things away. Across the United States, one can find tires, construction debris, couches, appliances and billions of beverage containers along roadways and on public lands. This is completely unacceptable. We need to clean up our environment.

“It is not enough to understand the natural world; the point is to defend and preserve it.” --Edward Abbey

During one of my recent illegal immigration patrols, I came across a dump site. The offender, who obviously lacked a working brain, was considerate enough to leave magazines bearing his name and address. I documented the site and photographed some of the debris. I’m hopeful that “Lorenzo” will face the penalty for his careless and thoughtless actions.

Upon returning home, I prepared a report and directed it to the Pinal County Public Works’ Environmental Investigator. This investigator actively seeks out illegal dumpers for the purpose of prosecuting them. I hope to send more business his way in the future. Desert Dumping Hotline: 520-866-6400

Trashing Arizona: Illegal immigrants dump tons of waste in the wilderness every day

How much trash has been dropped since this invasion began? Try 24 million pounds, from the Colorado River to the New Mexico line. The federal Bureau of Land Management made that estimate in 2007 and called it conservative. The agency uses a formula of eight pounds of trash dropped per day, per person.

Based on this, we can look at certain federal lands and understand the extent of the pileup. For example, at the peak of traffic in 2004 and 2005, the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge near Sasabe, southwest of Tucson, was getting 2,000 crossings a day, and that translates to 16,000 pounds of trash a day.

Trash in the Huachuca Mountains - The Sierra Vista Herald

A massive trash dump created by illegal immigrants has been located high above a popular recreational trail in the Huachuca Mountains.

If the people there don't want such dumps in their previously natural areas, they need to go out and discredit those who enable and encourage illegal immigration, such as far-left environmental groups and their state and national representatives.

Here, in western Pinal County, there should be no reason to dump trash in the desert. Trash collection services are available. If one cannot afford to have trash picked up, a non-profit recycling center is located in Maricopa. People can separate their trash and drop it off for recycling, free of charge.

In addition to this environmentally friendly organization, Pinal County also offers an annual “free dump day” where residents can take their discards to the local landfill. The next dump day is Saturday, April 10, 2010. How hard is that?

Maricopa's Recycling Center

Do you need a place to recycle your unwanted items or regular recyclables? We are located at 46250 W. McDavid Road in the City of Maricopa.

We have evolved into a disposable “throw away” culture. Our civilization is at a crossroads. Will we clean up our act or will we bury ourselves under the waste byproducts of our modern society?

“When the cities are gone...and all the ruckus has died away, when sunflowers push up through the concrete and asphalt of forgotten interstate freeways, when the Kremlin and the Pentagon are turned into nursing homes for generals, presidents and other such shitheads, when the glass-aluminum skyscraper tombs of Phoenix, Arizona barely show above the sand dunes, why then, why then, why then by God maybe freemen and wild women on horses, free women and wild men can roam the sagebrush canyon lands in freedom--goddamit! Herding the feral cattle into box canyons, and gorge on bloody meat and bleeding fucking internal organs, and dance all night to the music of fiddles! Banjos! Steel guitars! by the light of the reborn moon!--by God--Yes!”
--Edward Abbey

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