Sunday, July 11, 2010

Action Report: NSM patrols the border in two states!











ST. Harry Hughes is leading the National Socialist Movement’s efforts at the Arizona border this week by conducting a recon mission in a hazardous portion of Arizona’s southern border used by the drug cartels. He will be part of a small group scouting land for future larger operations. He will also serve our race and nation by observing and reporting any and all illegal crossings and other illegal activity on this mission.

ST. Hughes continues the NSM`s service at the Arizona border. With a knowledge of Arizona’s southern regions and experience defending our nation from the Mexican invasion, we can expect that ST. Hughes and NSM Arizona will stand their ground and produce results.

Members of the NSM Inland Empire Unit will be at the California border this weekend. Although my unit just returned from the Arizona border, we will travel to a strip of desert along the California border that has served as a second home for some of us. This area in particular is an extremely heavy traveled area and some of the trails are used by drug cartels. This will be a 3 day, 2 night operation and we expect to see some action.

As our two year anniversary of patrolling our nations southern border under the NSM banner approaches, we make plans to celebrate by further strengthening and increasing our patrols.

It is important to note that NSM Arizona and the NSM Units in California are self sustaining. Our equipment is donated by unit members. Food and gas is paid for by those members that risk their lives at the border. We know the work we continue to do is important and we take great pride in our work.

MSgt. Jeff Hall
NSM Region 11 Director

http://www.nsm88.org/reports/frontlinereport2010.htm

Article 1, Section 10, Cl. 3 of the Constitution of the United States of America provides that "[n]o state shall, without the consent of Congress. . . engage in War, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay."

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