Saturday, May 21, 2011

Danger near Maricopa, AZ: The face of drug and human smuggling. . .

Within 20 minutes of the City of Maricopa, there exists a major drug and human smuggling superhighway. Most locals have heard of it, but don't really give it a second thought. People are routinely murdered and thousands of pounds of marijuana pour through this area.

Often times, this criminal traffic passes through Maricopa and surrounding areas at all hours of the day and night. Some of your neighbors are probably involved in this activity, too. After all, it takes criminal elements on both sides of the border to facilitate this sinister enterprise.

Unfortunately, most people are tuned out, apathetic, disconnected and/or ignorant of life in the real world. They see only what the government and media wants them to see. They are nothing more than "sheeple" living in a bubble. Those like myself, prefer to see things first hand.

We can't trust the media and we certainly know the government lies to us all the time. Us "citizen volunteers", using limited funds have carried on a campaign of counter drug and human smuggling patrols and intelligence gathering. We have seen many successes.

In doing so, many valuable photographs have been taken that reveal the actual faces of drug smugglers. Many of these individuals wear matching camouflage, maintain clean shaven faces and short hair. Some of these individuals look more like Mexican Army than civilians. Perhaps, they are both. What are they doing 70 miles north of the Mexican border? I can guarantee you, nothing good!

Department of Homeland Security to evaluate criminal deporting program

The Department of Homeland Security will conduct an internal review of a controversial federal immigration-enforcement program that has led to the deportation of thousands of immigrants in Arizona to determine whether the program has strayed from its primary goal of removing dangerous criminals.

DHS inspectors also plan to look into a burgeoning controversy over whether Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials falsely misrepresented the Secure Communities program as voluntary to persuade counties and states across the country to participate.

While Janet Napolitano and her bungling bungholes at the DHS are busy evaluating who knows what, our southern border is being over run by drug smugglers, criminals and perverts. We already know that the incompetent Mexican government doesn't want their low life criminals back. Apparently, there are too many for them to handle.

Southwest Border HIDTA Arizona Partnership

Mission Statement: The mission of the Southwest Border HIDTA Arizona Partnership is to facilitate federal, state and local multi-agency task forces and other partnerships to increase the safety of Arizona's citizens, by substantially reducing drug trafficking and money laundering, thereby reducing drug-related crime and violence.

We've seen a myriad of studies and programs that consume millions of dollars of OUR tax dollars that do absolutely nothing. In reality, boots on the ground is what it will take to secure the border and free us from the tentacles of the drug cartels.

We have proven this beyond question. With minimal resources, volunteers can put a dent in the border problem. Hopefully, the government will eventually take this problem seriously and send the many of thousands of troops that we need to protect OUR country from harm.

I'm certain, that after many more millions of dollars are spent getting nothing done, Janet Napolitano will get up and say, "Our border is more secure than ever." Suburbanites, a.k.a. "boobas americanas ignoranus", will be too busy cooking on their BBQ grills while locked away in their gated and guarded communities to know any different. Those of us who live behind enemy lines, know the real score.

Pinal County, Arizona: Ground Zero for Drug Smuggling War in the U.S

Sean Hannity takes you inside the nightly cat and mouse game between smugglers and U.S. law enforcement in Pinal County, Arizona.

In the comment section, "BobA" couldn't have said it better, "Obama is on the side of the smugglers and illegals."

"I love the man that can smile in trouble, that can gather strength from distress, and grow brave by reflection. 'Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but he whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves his conduct, will pursue his principles unto death." --Thomas Paine

Photos courtesy US Border Guard and their dedicated volunteers.

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