Friday, April 29, 2011
First Amendment Trumps PCSO Tyrant's Edicts- Infamous neo-Nazi J.T. Ready rubbing elbows with Pinal County Sheriff's Office
've been having a great time with this whole Tim Gaffney and First Amendment controversy that seems to have taken on a life of it's own. This whole issue is about freedom of the press and free speech.
Even after admitting that I don't pal around with Sheriff Paul Babeu and his deputies, I found it really interesting what one innocent photograph taken at a public political event has managed to accomplish. I'm sure that “handshake photo” with myself and Buz Mills would be a real talking point if he were elected governor.
Well, I have another interesting photograph, it shows local “infamous neo-Nazi” (actually National Socialist) J.T. Ready literally rubbing shoulders with a Pinal County Sheriff's deputy. I “disguised” his face to protect his identity. The photo was taken by “yours truly” outside my home.
Keep in mind that J.T. Ready resigned from the National Socialist Movement last June to form a “multi-ethnic” and very “diverse” U.S. Border Guard. Like myself, J.T. understood that the immigration problem in this country was not a “race” problem”, but an “American” problem. That's exactly what I told my colleagues at the NSM national meeting in Trenton, New Jersey on April 15, 2011. That speech will be available soon.
I never really thought J.T. Ready had much pull with the PCSO until one very early morning illegal immigration patrol that took us south of Stanfield near Interstate 8. We were southbound when a PCSO unit turned on his red and blues behind us. Our driver complied and pulled off to the shoulder. We turned on the cab lights and rolled down the windows as to give the deputy a good view of the vehicle's interior. We did this for our safety as well as the deputy's.
The deputy walked up to the window where J.T. Ready was seated. J.T. advised him that we were armed citizen volunteers patrolling for drug and human smugglers. Without asking any of us for identification, the deputy quickly departed after wishing us a good morning.
If this would have been in Phoenix, we would all have been disarmed, proned out and kissing the pavement. This traffic stop lasted barely 30 seconds. We were free to go about our business. Needless to say, I was a bit surprised by the whole thing. Of course, J.T. Provides law enforcement agencies courtesy calls prior to entering an area of operation.
U.S. Border Guard, a civilian volunteer group
J.T. Ready formed the US Border Guard to fill a void left by the blind federal government. These volunteer patriots risk life and liberty doing the job most Americans will not: actively patrol and secure the United States border and defend our beloved country from narco-terrorism and illegal entry. Border Rangers work in close contact with local and federal law enforcement to ensure the American people can enjoy their freedoms and safety while also informing the public of just how open our borders really are. http://www.usborderguard.com/US_Border_Guard.html
"Had it not been for me and other people out in the desert this summer, dozens of people would have died," Ready said. "I mean, literally, life was poured into them with water and medical equipment and getting Border Patrol to them and rescue operations." --J. T. Ready