Monday, December 20, 2010

Chiricahua Mountains: Road Trip & Recon
















Sunday's trip to the Chiricahua Mountains went well. We ended up in New Mexico before making our way back towards Maricopa, AZ. This excursion was a little more relaxing than most as I was a passenger for a change.

We departed early in the morning and worked our way southeast. It’s been a long time since I’ve visited Tombstone, McNeal, Elfrida and the Chiricahua Mountains and National Monument. From what I could remember, not all that much has changed out that way except for the Border Patrol check points.

We did not encounter illegal aliens or their signs. Despite not finding any evidence, we did encounter numerous Border Patrol agents and a checkpoint near Tombstone. Over the last few months, I've traveled from one end of Arizona to the other. Although it's not enough to prevent human and drug smuggling, the entire southern portion of Arizona appears to have a strong law enforcement presence.

DREAM Act fails in the Senate. . .

By a margin of 55-41, the DREAM Act, a measure that would have granted amnesty to millions of illegal aliens who have either graduated from high school, earned their GED, or served in the military was defeated this past Saturday.

Not surprisingly, following the defeat, Barack Obama re-emphasized his commitment to promoting and advancing his amnesty agenda. "My administration will not give up on the Dream Act or on the important business of fixing our broken immigration system."

Two years of military service or community college is not enough. We need to set the bar higher. I think it should be no less than five years. Even France requires persons to serve five years in the French Foreign Legion before becoming eligible for citizenship.

An “American Foreign Legion” could provide our politicians with tens of thousands of foreign nationals to us as cannon fodder to fight corporate and Zionist wars. Why waste our own citizens when we can throw foreigners under the bus?

Pinal deputies nab 4 suspected illegal immigrants after wild chase

Pinal County Sheriff's deputies detained four suspected illegal immigrants after chasing a truck that swerved through oncoming traffic and fled law enforcement during an early-morning pursuit Saturday.

According to spokesman Tim Gaffney, deputies attempted to stop a Ford F-150 truck that was speeding around 5 a.m. near Montgomery Road and Texas Street in Maricopa.
http://www.azcentral.com/community/pinal/articles/2010/12/20/20101220pinal-county-traffic-chase-abrk.html#ixzz18hjHhrhf

According to Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu, nearly every vehicle chase in the county is the result of a non-citizen not complying with law enforcement. Illegal aliens have absolutely no regard for the lives of American citizens and are willing to foolishly gamble with their lives to avoid detention. We have to forget about this nonsense of them being nice friendly people that want only to make better lives for themselves. These extremely dangerous pursuits occur on a daily basis in Pinal County.

Pinal County bust nets 49 arrests, 3,000 pounds of pot

A multi-agency operation seized more than 3,000 pounds of marijuana and arrested 49 suspects Sunday south of Phoenix.

The Vekol Valley operation, which was about 60 miles south of Phoenix, began last Wednesday and was led by Arizona Department of Public Safety officers, according to a press release.
http://www.azcentral.com/community/pinal/articles/2010/12/20/20101220pinal-drug-bust-arrests.html#ixzz18hnGyVmP

"But we National Socialists must go further. The right to possess soil can become a duty if without extension of its soil a great nation seems doomed to destruction. And most especially when not some little negro nation or other is involved, but the Germanic mother of life, which has given the present-day world its cultural picture." --Adolph Hitler

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