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.

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.

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

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Illegal Alien Patrol: Sonoran Desert National Monument

Although today was one of the hottest days of the summer, we decided to conduct an illegal alien/drug smuggler patrol in the Sonoran Desert National Monument. Some would rather sit on the sidelines and wait for cool weather. Others would criticize us, call us names or complain.

We were barely into our patrol when we noticed some suspicious objects along the road. We stopped to investigate and discovered several field improvised shoulder straps made of twine and burlap. Drug mules use these to carry heavy loads of marijuana on their backs. When they reach their destination, they are discarded.

Thirty minutes later, we observed a small group of Hispanic male subjects walking north in a wash. We stopped and they ran like rabbits through the brush. These guys were not crop pickers looking for a better life. They were obviously up to no good.

Further down the wash, we discovered more field improvised shoulder straps and several ski masks. Southern Arizona is not much of a ski area, so it’s quite possible, these masks were used for something less legal. I’m thinking home invasion or armed robbery. There’s certainly no need to keep your face warm when it’s 115 degrees outside.

After circling the area, we continued on with our patrol when it appeared that those guys were not going to come out of the bush anytime soon.

Eventually, we came across an abandoned cattle watering area. Sitting under a water tank, were 11 suspected illegal aliens. They quickly gave themselves up and asked for water. We provided them with water and asked them if anyone needed medical attention.

They told us that their coyote abandoned them out in the desert and that they were out there for eight days. It’s possible that their coyote was actually sitting amongst them. There’s no way to be sure. They were still a good days hike from anything resembling civilization and they were completely out of water. Some of them were exhausted from walking and the intense heat. A couple of them had badly blistered feet.

We notified the Pinal County Sheriff’s office and the Border Patrol. Being in a remote area, we expected an extend ETA for a response. During the wait, we must have handed out 30-40 20 oz. bottles of water. They drank it all.

Once the Border Patrol agents arrived, the subjects were carefully searched for contraband and taken into custody. Ultimately, they will arrive back in Mexico, re-hydrated, fed and no worse for wear.

One of the subjects said that he wouldn’t try crossing over in the summer again. I really don’t blame him.

For those of you that call us racists or vigilantes, you can add another name to that list. That name is “Humanitarian”. When was the last time one of you liberal journalists or keyboard commandos offered up his/her own water to someone he/she particularly didn’t like?

Senator John McCain voted against an amendment (Senate Amendment 1184) introduced by Sen. John Cornyn, Texas Republican, that would have permanently barred gang members, terrorists, sex offenders, alien absconders, aliens convicted of domestic violence and aliens convicted of at least three DUI’s from the United States. The Cornyn Amendment was rejected on a 51-46 vote.

Yes We Can. . .Deport Illegal Aliens

There are those liberal politicians that say it’s impossible to round up and deport millions of illegal aliens. The United States Government, under a variety of programs, has deported mass quantities of illegal aliens before. If we were capable of doing it over a half century ago, I see no reason why it would be so hard or impossible to do it again. After all, we have improved technology.

History tells us that the U.S. Government actively and successfully removed millions of illegal aliens from the country. It worked and nothing but politics stands in the way of doing it again.

Operation Wetback

President Herbert Hoover ordered the deportation of ALL illegal aliens in order to make jobs available to American citizens that desperately needed work.

Harry S. Truman deported over two million Illegal's after WWII to create jobs for returning veterans.

And then, again in 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower deported 13 million Mexican Nationals!

Operation Wetback was a 1954 operation by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) to remove about one million illegal immigrants from the southwestern United States, focusing on Mexican nationals.

Back before satellite TV, the Internet, cell phones and MTV, we were able to make drastic reductions in the number of illegal aliens in this country. The government simply rounded them up and sent them back to Mexico. Fearing apprehension and deportation, many others repatriated themselves.

Illegal Immigration Costs U.S. $113 Billion a Year, Study Finds

The cost of harboring illegal immigrants in the United States is a staggering $113 billion a year -- an average of $1,117 for every “native-headed” household in America -- according to a study conducted by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).

Hell, if we can put a man on the moon, we can certainly remove illegal aliens from OUR country. The first step is to make staying in the United States so miserable that they will voluntarily leave. What’s so hard about that? It’s a simple concept. Isn’t it? We should go out of our way to make illegal aliens feel very unwelcome.

First, we should deny illegal aliens medical care in our nation’s financially struggling hospitals(unless they can pay). Americans in Mexico don’t get free rides in Mexican hospitals. That alone, will nip a huge problem in the bud.

Second, we should deny their children free educations in our public schools. Mexican children show up for their first day of school unable to speak English. This ultimately hurts the entire education process and slows the progress of citizen students. Why not do something that is fair to U.S. citizens for a change?

In time, word will get out that the United States is not the place to go and illegal aliens will eventually quit coming. There are a multitude of ways we can facilitate this process.

Border police bait & switch

President Obama is suing Arizona for having its cops identify and round up illegal aliens -- even though he's also deputizing them to do the same thing.

That's right: Under a little-known federal program called ICE 287(g), the administration has continued to enlist at least eight Arizona state law-enforcement agencies to carry out the procedures at issue in the new Arizona law, which goes into effect July 29. More

The 287g program is widely used here in Arizona. The Pinal County Sheriff’s office has 287g trained deputies and for some time have successfully removed many illegal aliens from our streets.

Herbert calls for investigation into list of 1,300 identified as illegal immigrants

SALT LAKE CITY — An anonymous group says it quietly watched Hispanics in their neighborhoods, schools, churches and "public welfare buildings" to compile a list of 1,300 people it says are illegal immigrants living in Utah. The group sent the list to law enforcement agencies and news media demanding that those named "be deported immediately."

Once again, American citizens have stepped up and taken action. As far as I’m concerned, if the 1300 persons on that list are illegal, they should already be gone. Each and every one of us should go out into our own neighborhoods and determine who is friend and who is foe. Make a list and use it. Clean up OUR neighborhoods and take back OUR streets. This is NOT their country.

In no place in the constitution does Congress (i.e. Federal Gov’t) have exclusive control over naturalization and immigration. Congress does have the power in Article I, Section 8, Clause 4, to “establish a uniform rule of naturalization,” but this power is not denied to the states in Article I, Section X. As a result the 10th Amendment then gives the states the power to regulate foreign immigration and naturalization. Source

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

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."