Friday, September 2, 2011

After Action Report: NSM-AZ Desert Trash Pick Up Project, Sonoran Desert National Monument


































Thursday, September 1, 2011: Despite extreme heat advisories for the Sonoran Desert and much of southern Arizona, NSM-AZ pushed forward and conducted a trash pick up in the Sonoran Desert National Monument south of Interstate 8, a few miles west of Stanfield, Arizona.

We've been under an excessive heat warning for 12 days in a row (after Friday). That was a record. The old record was 9 consecutive days set back in 2008. Over the past 30 days the average day time temperature has been 109 degrees.

Thora Jaeger and myself, set off shortly after 7:00AM and headed south. I wasn't two miles from my home when we heard gunfire and encountered what appeared to be a group of Mexicans carrying rifles along Amarillo Valley Road. They weren't cartel members or drug runners, this time. They turned out to be dove hunters with shotguns. We still kept a watchful eye as we passed them and continued on.

Within 20 minutes, we were off the pavement and in the desert. Although this was not a patrol, we still came geared up and armed for bear. As always, this area is a "fluid environment" and danger could be lurking around the next bend in the road. It's always better to be safe, than dead.

Not far from the Table Top Wilderness area boundary, a white SUV approached us. It turned out to be members of "BORTAC". They are the tactical unit of the US Border Patrol. I briefly stopped and spoke with them. They seemed just a little disappointed when I told them that crystal meth was recovered during a patrol last Sunday. Soon, we were both our our separate ways. We continued with our mission and combed a wide area.

We collected an assortment of items including bicycles, wire, cans and even a burned out couch bed. When it comes to trash, one can find just about anything and everything in the desert. By 11:00AM, the back of my truck was getting full. Since most of what we collected was metal, we decided to recycle it. The final weight came out to 835 pounds. We also received $0.07/lb. for the junk so we were able to cover the cost of our project.

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SGT Harry L. Hughes III
NSM-AZ Executive Officer/Media Spokesman
NSM-MEDIA Associate Producer

My day was not done. I also planned on attending the Maricopa Tea Party meeting and I did. The event was promoted as “non-partisan”, therefore, I thought I should have no problem attending despite my recent local media coverage.

As with the last tea party meeting I attended, nobody appeared to have recognized me. As before, everyone was very polite and cordial. The majority of these tea party events normally attract slightly older White Americans.

Tea Party to meet on Thursday

The Maricopa Tea Party will hold its monthly meeting at 6:30 pm. Thursday at the Maricopa Community Church, located at 44977 Hathaway Ave. across from the post office. The guest speaker will be Arizona Republican State Chairman Tom Morrissey, who will address the crowd on the 2012 election. A question and answer session will follow.

The border fence website, www.buildtheborderfence.com, will also be discussed. A regular to the tea party gatherings, State Sen. Steve Smith spoke at the last meeting about state redistricting and border security. Smith sponsored legislation that launched the website that accepts private donations to build a fence along Arizona’s border with Mexico. http://www.inmaricopa.com/Article/2011/08/27/maricopa-tea-party

Arizona Republican State Chairman Tom Morrissey spoke nor at least an hour about our current political end economic mess. He also brought up an all too familiar topic. Bickering and in fighting is fuel for the opposition.

Ex-Arizona Guardsman indicted in drug trafficking case

A former member of the Arizona Army National Guard who's now a fugitive has been indicted on bribery and drug-trafficking charges.

The 10-count indictment returned Thursday in U.S. District Court charges 38-year-old Raul Portillo, of Phoenix, with twice transporting cocaine and accepting $12,000 in bribes from narcotics traffickers. http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/09/01/20110901arizona-guard-soldier-indicted-drugs.html

Raul Portillo is a traitor. He deserves to face a firing squad or find himself gagging and choking from the end of a rope. The actions of this scumbag should make every American's blood boil. We must show traitors no mercy.

NSM'S RECLAIM THE SOUTHWEST: DESTINATION – POMONA, CA

The National Socialist Movement (nsm88.org) is hosting a rally in Pomona, CA on November 5, 2011. This Pomona Rally will follow similar events that have been held throughout the United States. This event is aimed at increasing awareness of illegal immigration and the impact on America.

All White Nationalists, Citizen Groups and Supporters are welcome to attend.

CONTACT INFO:

1SG Butch Urban
(619) 300-8743
nsmregion11@gmail.com

"We march and fight, to death or on to victory. Our might is right, no traitors shall prevail. Our hearts are steeled against the fiery gates of hell. No shot or shell, can still our mighty song." --George Lincoln Rockwell

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