It would appear that Ken Dreger, of the Border Patrol Auxiliary, has painted himself into a corner. First, he lies about discriminating against people based on political beliefs. Second, he demands that US Border Guard Patrol Leader J.T. Ready "adjust" his statement, which happens to be true beyond any doubt. Thirdly, Ken Dreger says, "BPAUX does not in any way or fashion discriminate against anyone." Who does "anyone" really include? Apparently, based on Dreger's statements, "anyone" does NOT include everybody. He also states, "It is true, we do not allow skinheads, or members of any type of Nazi group or party, that is not discrimination..."
If this isn't bias and/or discrimination, then what is? J.T. Ready was absolutely correct in calling Ken Dreger a liar. In my opinion, Dreger is a LIAR. If anything needs "adjusting", it's Ken Breger's attitude.
SSGT Harry L Hughes III, Advocate of White Civil Rights
NSM-AZ Executive Officer/Media Spokesman
NSM-MEDIA Associate Producer
MY(J,T. Ready's) response to BPAUX demanding me to recant my accurate statement that they "discriminate"
By J.T. Ready on Sunday, November 20, 2011 at 7:35pm
You are a liar or in serious need of review of statements made by representatives of your organization. Members of the lawful political organization NSM, for instance, have been discriminated against by your organization in public statements and barred from membership, as well as people with other lawful beliefs. This hate and racist discrimination emanating from your organization also includes Odinists and White community activists. All American citizens who remain lawfully involved in our community.
Meanwhile, I have never seen your organization make disparaging remarks against Jews who may be involved with the ADL, JDO, AIPAC, CPUSA, or SPLC. The all inclusive and tolerant US Border Guard, on the other hand, has had all types of diverse people welcomed to patrol with us including Israelis, Jews, NSM, Skinheads, Mexicans, Apache Indians, Yavapai Indians, homosexuals and transgendered people to name a few.
So, unless you are fully humble and willing to make a public statement that NSM members and all other lawfully involved citizens are more than welcome to join your organization, and recant the remarks singling me out, then the statement is 100% accurate and will stand as is. Although a quiet genocide is being committed against European-Americans, it is not a crime to be White. Yet! My resolute actions as a patriot with integrity speak far louder than the hollow words of those detractors who oppose my commitment to our national security efforts.
US Border Guard
On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 6:42 PM, Ken Dreger
If you have any factual information (Names) about any of our members who have been discriminated against we would be happy to review that information. We have let go a small number of people who were in our organization for various reasons which have included racial comments and poor leadership qualities. Our organization does not partake in any political discussions, nor are members allowed to partake in political events while in uniform. Individual members may have their own opinions on any issue, but while in the field our members are not allowed to be disrespectful to anyone period. You mention NSM, and I have no knowledge of who that group might be. Our group performs detailed background checks on each member as well as a oral interview, then each member is on a 6 month probation period. If during that time frame the member shows any type of irrational behavior, over zealous behavior, or any racist tendencies he or she may be terminated for such.
It is true, we do not allow skinheads, or members of any type of Nazi group or party, that is not discrimination, it is part of our membership process to filter out these people because we do not want the bad press, and we treat this the same as being involved politically it is a third rail, and LEO’s will not touch it. If you wish to call it discrimination, that is still your freedom of choice. If your group wishes to include them so be it, we have learned from doing this for years that it is best to not include them. I see no need to make any type of public statement to you or anyone about what BPAUX does, it stands on it’s own and has for almost 4 years now with ZERO incidents, millions of dollars in reported drugs, thousands of Illegal Aliens reported and hundreds of loyal members of many racial, ethnic, religious and political backgrounds.
National security we can both agree upon is vitally important, we just have different approaches in helping to resolve the problems at hand today.
National Leadership Team
On Sun, Nov 20, 2011 at 4:14 PM, Ken Dreger
Respectfully, I just read your web site where you say “(The Border Patrol Auxiliary discriminates based on lawful religious or political beliefs for instance) This includes the opportunity with people with disabilities or age or financial concerns to be able to contribute in a significant way. “
I don’t know where you find this information, but it is completely inaccurate. BPAUX does not in any way or fashion discriminate against anyone. We have people in our organization from many different religions, political, social, racial, age (Oldest being 86) and a wide variety of people in various financial situations. See item #1 of our SOP.
We allow our members to contribute in any way they feel that they can. What we don’t allow is any unlawful type of behavior, we have been around now for almost 4 years and with thousands of hours on the border without a single incident involving our members and have a great working relationship with all law enforcement agencies.
I respectfully request you adjust your article in regards to our organization.
National Leadership Team
“I'm a 9th generation American and patriot (1737). My forefathers served in the Pennsylvania Militia. On June 27, 1781, they were called to perform a tour of duty. I'm still protecting freedom and securing the border, 274 years later.” --Harry L Hughes III