Friday, February 25, 2011

Occupational hazards associated with being a political activist or agitator. . .

An occupational hazard for an activist or agitator on either side of the political spectrum is being arrested. Some arrests are legitimate, while many are not. As soon as you throw your hat in the ring, you become a target for harassment, false accusations and arrest. This is nothing new to me. One’s opposition will stop at nothing to marginalize and demonize you. This comes with the territory.

Most recently, a local pro-Hispanic “agitator” has been arrested for trespassing at the State Capitol in Phoenix. Honestly, I think the Capitol Police are tired of having the Capitol overrun with protesters bent on “acting out” and encouraging civil disobedience.

Capitol police arrest community activist, supporters call it harassment

PHOENIX - Supporters of a Valley immigration and community activist held a vigil for him outside the 4th Avenue Jail after they claim he was falsely arrested Thursday.

The group says Salvador Reza and another activist were in the State Capitol filling out an application to plan an April protest.

They say capitol police then arrested him for trespassing.

Although I don’t like Salvador Reza all that much, he should have not been taken to jail. The cost of housing this non-violent offender exceeds any potential risk he poses to the community. The Capitol police had the option to cite and release a suspected trespasser. Wouldn’t that have been easier? Why waste our tax dollars?

Now, we have his supporters camped out in front of the 4th Ave. jail. What will they do next? In the past, protesters have chained themselves to buildings, giving them even more press.

Police arrest immigration activists in Senate lobby

Police arrested immigration activist Salvador Reza on suspicion of trespassing Thursday after he refused to leave the state Senate, and another activist could face assault charges stemming from a suspected shoving match with an officer.

Reza and Anayanse Garza were booked into Maricopa County's Fourth Avenue Jail about 5 p.m., marking six arrests during a highly charged week at the Capitol.

Anyone that places his/her hands on a police officer and shoves him deserves to see some serious jail time. Oddly, many local media outlets ignored the alleged assault on a police officer. So much for objective and unbiased news reporting.

Non-white activists are frequently labeled as civil right leaders while their white counterparts are branded hate mongers, bigots and racists. We can thank the biased media for much of this.

Salvador Reza Arrested at Arizona State Senate

Welcome to Muammar Gaddafi's Lybia. Details are sketchy, but civil rights activists Salvador Reza and Anayanse Garza of the group Puente were arrested inside the Arizona state Senate building today, apparently for the bogus charge of trespassing.

I say "apparently" because neither the Capitol Police, nor Arizona DPS Security Attache J. Gentry Burton, who was on duty today doing security work, would tell me anything when I arrived after hearing about this police state idiocy.

A call to the Arizona Department of Administration, which usually speaks for the Capitol Police, was not returned. And DPS was similarly mum.

Local racist and anti-Semite, Carlos Galindo was also at the Capitol on Tuesday and found himself being cited and banned from the Capitol. Perhaps, he was too big to transport to jail.

“One hundred seven years after Fort Sumter, in the late fall, as I viewed in mounting rage the burning of the American flag in front of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., by pro-Viet Cong communist sympathizers, I realized that, though I was home, the war was not over. I swore vengeance, deciding at that moment that, although the battlefield had changed and rules were different, THE WAR CONTINUES.” --Louis R. Beam, Jr.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Our German radio show interview in Phoenix. . .

I made the journey to Phoenix on Tuesday afternoon to speak with radio journalist Daniela Kahls from Dresden, Germany. She was polite and friendly. She asked us questions about ourselves and how we became involved with the N.S.M. I thought she was fair. This was not an "attack" or "ambush" type interview as some of us are all too familiar with. We spoke for approximate two hours over dinner at a quiet downtown eatery along Washington St.

I suspect the Mexican waiter figured out who we were half way through our interview as his body language and facial expressions became rather negative. He kept giving us dirty looks. The microphone on the table and us talking about immigration might have tipped him off. Luckily, we already had our food.

After our interview, I discovered we still had some time on the parking meter and decided to conduct a short nocturnal walking tour of downtown Phoenix. Most of the offices were vacated earlier and there really wasn't much to see. By the way, a nickel gets you only two(2) minutes worth of parking. What a rip-off!

Anti-drop house legislation passed by Arizona Senate

PHOENIX - An anti-drop house bill sponsored by Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D Phoenix, passed the Senate Tuesday.

The bill, S.B. 1225, combats the use of drop houses and human smuggling across the border. According to a news release from Sinema’s office, the bill will increase penalties for forgery of a rental, sale, or lease agreement on a property if an accused individual uses it as an illegal drop house.

While we were driving into Phoenix, we listened to talk radio on KFYI. It was Mike Broomhead's show. Apparently, Hispanic activist, Carlos Galindo was spewing his own hateful venom at a protest at the State Capitol. I would have left earlier and stopped by if I had known he'd be there.

According to the broadcast, an inflamed Galindo verbally blasted a white speaker for not being brown. It's almost unbelievable how racist and anti-Semitic Galindo is. Maybe he’ll go back to bashing Jews if this immigration thing ever gets resolved.

AZ Senate panel passes birthright citizenship law

PHOENIX - An Arizona Senate committee approved a bill late Tuesday designed to set up a Supreme Court case on automatic citizenship for children of illegal immigrants.

The bill and a companion law setting up a birth certificate compact between states that agree to note that at least one of the child's parents were citizens passed on a 8-5 vote.

As you can see by these controversial news stories, the Hispanic/Mexican population are not too happy and are likely to spend the rest of this spring marching and protesting on the Capitol Lawn.

Senate Bill 1611 will make it more difficult for illegal aliens to do business in Arizona. It will prevent them from buying vehicles, operating a vehicle in Arizona, receiving public housing, attending a college or university and requires all individuals that administer or process public benefits to check legal status. Employees or supervisors that fail to report violations face a Class 1 misdemeanor. - Creates a sentence of at least 180 days in jail for stealing an identity for the sake of getting employment.

I was under the impression that fraud was already a crime punishable by jail time. I guess Mexicans were under the false impression that stealing was perfectly legal and ethical. Of course, opponents will call this a racist law.

All in all, our trip and interview were a smashing success. I rarely get to see Phoenix after dark. I prefer quiet evenings at home. That is, if the damn dog across the street isn’t barking his head off.

In Texas, it appears that illegal immigration is a serious problem. Unfortunately, I don’t think the illegal aliens will stay put if they are deposited at a Senator’s office unless cages or some suitable enclosures are built to hold them. And then what? What will the Senators do with them? Will they give them jobs as janitors or put them on the corner selling tamales? I hope not.

Bill Calls for Illegals to Be Dumped at Offices of Congressmen

This should get their attention.

A measure filed by State Rep. Lois Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) would allow any law enforcement agency that has custody of an illegal immigrant to take the illegal to 'the office of a U.S. Senator or Representative' and leave them there.

All the sickness, moral corruption and disintegration of White values and is caused by the desire to conform. People are bombarded with propaganda that causes them believe that the ideas and concepts foreign to our people, and poison to our racial survival are popular.

"Beware of this wolf dressed in sheep's clothing who today is the modern Jew. The Jew who knows how to control the media, and as always, knows how to control our money." --Latino Activist, Carlos Galindo

Monday, February 21, 2011

Vekol Valley: Adventures out in the wind and rain.

Although it was windy and rainy, we decided to conduct a brief patrol through the Vekol Valley. According to many, this is the most dangerous place between Phoenix and Mexico. To date, I have not had any trouble in this area.

Our patrol was rather uneventful. We encountered a militia group and the BLM Rangers. None of us spotted any suspicious activity.
Due to a very successful multi-agency operation during January, I'm sure the smuggling cartels have changed their routes for the time being. Change is what trips these outfits up. The more frequently they alter their plans, the better the chance they have at being caught.

At the abandoned slaughter house at the intersection of Rte. 8007 & 8045, we came across a feral cat up in the rafters. He wanted nothing to do with us and barely gave me a photo opportunity. I'm always pleased to see wild animals in their natural habitat.

Border War: Counterinsurgency needed at US-Mexico border, says lawmaker

Mack believes that U.S. foreign policy has neglected this reality and must now must reestablish its authority of the United States over illegal organizations which threaten U.S. Security at the Mexican border.

Mack stated yesterday, "A counterinsurgency strategy from our government that includes civil society, law enforcement, civil authorities and military personnel at the U.S. border is urgently needed. Repeated calls on the Administration have not gotten ahead of this plague and the lives of two more U.S. citizens have been taken in the meantime, adding to the tens of thousands of people who have been killed in a drug war, [while] expanding the influence of terrorists."

Here’s another fine example of how illegal aliens contribute to our society. . .

ICE Agents In Phoenix Seize More Than 900 Pounds Of Pot

PHOENIX -- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations agents seized more than 900 pounds of marijuana and arrested a suspected drug smuggler at a Phoenix auto shop Friday.

ICE spokesman Vicent Picard said agents conducting an ongoing investigation into a marijuana smuggling ring suspected the shop, located near the intersection of 39th Avenue and Indian School Road, was being used to stash narcotics.

The owner of this business was an illegal alien from Mexico. What better way to launder illegal drug money than through a commercial enterprise. I hope they take everything he has and throw the book at him. After he serves his time, ship his ass back to Mexico.

The investigation into this incident is on-going. Anyone with information regarding the bust should contact ICE's tip line at 866-DHS-2ICE.

Less Than Half of Southwest Border Secure, Government Report Says

Just one month after Homeland Security Janet Napolitano announced the cancellation of a troubled virtual fence project along the southwest border, a new government report says that less than half of the 2,000 miles separating the U.S. and Mexico is "operationally controlled" by the Border Patrol.

The Government Accountability Office report, released this week, found that only 129 miles are under "full control" of the Border Patrol, leaving the rest "vulnerable to cross-border illegal activity."

Texas Rep. Lamar Smith, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said in a statement.

"Forty-four percent is a failing grade," he said. "Administration officials are either blissfully unaware of the massive holes in security along the Southern border or are intentionally misleading the American people. Neither is acceptable."

I believe the latter of Smith’s statement. The government has been lying to us all along and they actually think they believe the fecal material they’ve been shoveling.

"Let me at least not die without a struggle, ingloriously. But instead, to achieve some great triumph first, that men shall come to know of it." -Spoken by Prince Hector in The Iliad