Friday, July 16, 2010

I knew Stephen Lemons would write about this. . . .
















Our very successful Wednesday illegal immigration patrol that netted 11 suspected UDA’s has made the pages of the Phoenix New Times Feathered Bastard Blog. I wasn’t too surprised that a post would appear when I was looking over my blog stats and saw the “Nt Media LLC” appear on the visitor activity log.

To be honest, there are 11 less illegal aliens in this country thanks to us. We are doing the job the federal government refuses to do.

Neo-Nazis Nab More Migrants in the Arizona Desert (w/Update)

Arizona neo-Nazis J.T. Ready and Harry Hughes have apparently been busy to judge by a recent item on Hughes' blog "Just Another Day... " There, he's posted photos of Ready, himself and others wearing camouflage and toting high-powered firearms as they watch over 11 illegal aliens that Hughes claims the group encountered Wednesday.

Hughes states that they came across the migrants while on an "illegal alien/drug smuggler patrol in the Sonoran Desert National Monument." He writes that his group encountered the men sitting under a water tank in "an abandoned cattle watering area," and that the migrants "quickly gave themselves up" to the neo-Nazis.
http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/bastard/2010/07/neo-nazis_nab_more_migrants_in.php#more

In all honesty, these 11 men would have surrendered to Steve Lemons if he had some water. The thirsty “desert travelers” didn’t care who had the water. Water is necessary for survival and had no political or social attachments.

This is very important. These 11 illegal aliens asked for water. We DID NOT capture them and hold them at gunpoint. The firearms were for our protection as well as theirs. We operate within the law. There are those that would love to twist this into something completely different. The Border Patrol agents also questioned these subjects as to how they came to being in our custody. No Harm. No Foul. No crime was committed on our part.

Additionally, one of our “Neo-Nazis” is an American Indian. I’m almost positive that the thirsty illegals didn’t care about his political affiliations or ethnicity. Or at least didn’t care for the time being. I’m reasonably sure that if someone is out in the desert for eight days and has run out of water, they will accept water from anyone.

During the time we were waiting for the Border Patrol to respond, we actually talked to some of these men and they were thankful that we arrived when we did. They also informed us that they had not eaten in two days. As a result, we will also be bringing extra food as well as water on our patrols. These resources come from a few donations, but mostly right out of our pockets.

How would public opinion change if it became commonly known that so called Neo-Nazi groups were watering and feeding tired and hungry illegal aliens before turning them over to the Border Patrol?

If we didn’t come along, these men could have easily died out there. The way I see it, it’s better to be a deported illegal alien than a dead one.

Sheriff Joe patrols for illegal aliens west of Vekol Valley with an M2 .50 cal! He got 16, we got 11, but the weekend just started.

Sheriff’s Office Crime Suppression Concludes After One Day

(Maricopa County, AZ) Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio launched a crime suppression operation yesterday in a desolate desert corridor known as a thoroughfare for human and narcotic trafficking.

A total of 16 people were arrested during the operation, seven of which were illegal aliens in the process of being smuggled into the country.
http://vvoice.vo.llnwd.net/e14/5076888.0.pdf

When we encountered those individuals on Wednesday afternoon, I immediately thought of the divisions of Iraqi soldiers that surrendered to CNN journalists during the first Gulf War. They too, were tired and hungry.

“I will give the neo-Nazis one thing: With less money and men, the neo-Nazis came across about the same number of undocumented as Sheriff Joe Arpaio did on his latest sweep in the same general vicinity, according to reports.”
--Stephen Lemons, Phoenix New Times

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