Saturday, July 23, 2011

Civilian Border Security: One Operation Ends and Preparations for Another Begins

We wrapped up OLIS II on Sunday afternoon. Before we could get all of our gear cleaned up, we were again back out in the field observing and gathering information on drug and human smuggling activities. This is a never ending process and will be until the government decides to take border issues seriously. In other words, lots of Americans will have to get killed by foreign nationals on US soil. Foreigners that passed through the Mexican border.

On Wednesday night, we punched out into the Sonoran Desert National Monument and spent approximately 12 hours scouting out possible routes for future patrols. As always, we learned new and different things. Operational security prohibits me from going into detail here.

We were close to wrapping things up Thursday afternoon when I saw possible evidence of Satanic ritual activities. These things, including Satanic and voodoo paraphernalia, are turning up more frequently.

Operation Line in the Sand II (OLIS II)

OLIS II, also known as Operation Line in the Sand II was conducted over the weekend (July 15-17, 2011). Some of us jumped the gun a little and started on Tuesday night with various activities. By Friday evening, our operation in the Sonoran Desert National Monument was in full swing. National Socialist Movement members and supporters from Arizona, California and Georgia attended.

Possible Human Sacrifice by Narco-Cultists in Mexico

It is known that MS-13 has huge numbers of Santa Muerte cultists in their ranks, but despite the media portrayals, the cult of Santa Muerte is not a religion, but can more rightly be described as a magical tradition, a kind of witchcraft which anyone can practice. Therein lies its danger because it has no theology of its own and places no demands on adherents. Instead cultists are presented with an amoral entity that will grant favors in return for offerings and which many of her followers believe is an incarnation of a bloodthirsty demon-god that demanded human sacrifice.

Nobody can deny that there are some very bad people out there doing some very bad things. An open border allows this horrible behavior to walk right into our own back yards. What will it take to make you do something about it?

Before you make a move, be aware that the drug trade, criminal gangs, large banks, transnational corporations and politicians are all in this together. They all are predators.

American Banks 'High' On Drug Money: How a Whistleblower Blew the Lid Off Wachovia-Drug Cartel Money Laundering Scheme

With U.S. Federal law enforcement backing him up, Martin Woods investigation assisted the Feds to build an airtight case against Wachovia. Starting off, the Feds discovered that $13 billion dollars in drug money was transferred by the CDC into correspondent bank accounts at Wachovia to purchase airplanes for the use of trafficking drugs from Colombia to Mexico and then the drugs were shipped to the U.S.

This high-profile investigation ultimately revealed that from 2004-2007, a staggering amount of illegal drug proceeds totaling $378.4 billion dollars were transferred into Wachovia by the Mexico-based Casa Cambios that violated U.S. government anti-money laundering compliance.

Corruption is an epidemic that has infested all levels of the system on both sides of the border. People are bought and sold like used cars. If you refuse to do business with the cartels or their associates, you can look forward to being killed. “Plata O Plomo” is what it is called. The name is a phrase in Spanish when translated means "silver or lead", meaning "accept a bribe or face assassination."

U.S. goes after agents working for drug cartels

MEXICO CITY, Mexico -- The story splattered across Mexican newspapers looked painfully familiar --a government official was found guilty of betraying the trust of the public and moonlighting for the drug cartels that have torn this country apart.

But the official who was on Wednesday sentenced to 17 years in prison had not worked for the Mexican government like so many other policemen, pen-pushers or politicians who have taken narco money.

Luis Enrique Ramirez was an agent for the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol or CBP.

When our sworn officers are caught selling out our country, they receive little more than a slap on the wrist. In reality, they should be tried and executed for treason.

Great news: Violent extremists have infiltrated public utilities

Alvares was deported in 2000, but paid a human smuggler for re-entry into the U.S., Arpaio says. And last month, Mesa Police cited Alvares for driving on a suspended license.

According to MCSO, Alvares tried to gain access to the nuclear power plant on Monday but was denied because his Mexican driver’s license was expired.

There you have it, boys and girls. We have “sappers” literally coming in over the wire to destroy our country. How many of you are just going to idly sit by?

“In a state where corruption abounds, laws must be very numerous.” --Tacitus, Roman Historian (55-120 A.D.)

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

More Border News, Opinion and Reports From Operation Line in the Sand II (OLIS II)

Operation Line in the Sand II (OLIS II) was a great success. Volunteer groups from various backgrounds and several states attended. We put aside ideological differences, cooperated and moved forward to make our public lands and recreation areas safer for the public at large. This is OUR country, not the criminal drug cartel's.

The day after this KPHO Channel 5 News segment was aired, BLM agents arrived at our base camp in the Vekol Valley to make an attempt at “damage control”. As far as I'm concerned any peace officer that swears an oath to uphold the law, has no business arbitrarily picking and choosing which laws to enforce. They should enforce all the laws with equal enthusiasm.

Federal Government Supports Drug Cartels Over Legal Border Militias!

A controversial armed militia is now patrolling the desert searching for drug and human smugglers.

BLM's Dennis Godfrey says, “We do not arrest people” “That is not our role.” “That is not our mission.” There you have it. The BLM may as well disband, turn in their badges, go home and have a beer. BLM Rangers are law enforcement officers. It would appear that the federal government is supporting drug and human smuggling by turning their backs and looking the other way. Some might even call this treason.

Up until this point, we actually had a good relationship with the BLM Rangers that patrol the Sonoran Desert National Monument and Vekol Valley. Unfortunately, the political leaders refuse to lead by example. They have become part of the problem, not the solution.

They say it's hard to tell the good guys from the bad guys? We don't seem to have that problem. We have yet to make a misidentification. Why don't they just do their job and quit making excuses? Why doesn't the BLM or Pinal County Sheriff's Office blame recreational users for interfering in their operations? Only patriotic militia groups get the blame. Do they smell what they're shoveling?

Once again, I would also like to point out that we are not taking the law into our own hands. We are NOT vigilantes. We simply observe and report unlawful activities and render humanitarian assistance when necessary. Oddly, the open borders lunatics can spin the kind gesture of giving a thirsty man water into water boarding and torture. They have actually done this in the past.

The media. corrupt politicians and open borders advocates loves to spin our mission into something that it is not. So much for “telling it like it is”, Channel 5. On this blog, I like to tell things the way I happen to see them. Much of the time, I don't like what I see.

Border Patrol Seizes Marijuana, Weapons, Stolen Vehicles

TUCSON, Ariz. – More than 1,900 pounds of marijuana, two weapons, and two stolen vehicles were seized by Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents in three separate incidents, all on Saturday.

Casa Grande agents performing tracking operations in the West Desert discovered abandoned bundles of marijuana, worth about $974,000, after tracking tire prints leading off-road. With aerial support from Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Air and Marine, agents apprehended one subject and seized 84 bundles of marijuana in a pickup truck. The narcotics, subject and vehicle were transported to the Casa Grande Station for further processing. Record checks revealed the vehicle was reported stolen out of Phoenix. The truck was turned over to the Arizona Theft Task Force. Prosecution is being sought on the subject in custody.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection
July 19, 2011
Contact: Tucson Sector
Public Affairs Office
(520) 748-3210

Customs and Border Protection welcomes assistance from the community. Report suspicious activity by calling the Border Patrol toll free 1-877-872-7435. All calls will be answered and will remain anonymous.

A few watchful volunteers making a simple phone can make a substantial difference as this weekend proved. Did anyone take the law into their own hands? Absolutely NOT!!! I'm sure the owner of that stolen truck will be happy to get his truck back in one piece. More often than not, these vehicles are all but destroyed before they are abandoned.

''I wouldn't go anywhere in confined places now. ... When one person sneezes it goes all the way through the aircraft. That's me. I would not be, at this point, if they had another way of transportation, suggesting they ride the subway.'' —Joe Biden, providing handy tips to protect against the swine flu and freaking us out, ''Today Show'' interview, April 30, 2009

Sunday, July 17, 2011

After Action Report: Operation Line in the Sand II (OLIS II)

OLIS II also known as Operation Line in the Sand II was conducted over the weekend (July 15-17, 2011). Some of us jumped the gun a little and started on Tuesday night with various activities. By Friday evening, our operation in the Sonoran Desert National Monument was in full swing. Individuals and groups from as far away as Georgia attended.

On Saturday, it was around noon when a suspicious vehicle drove past our base camp waving and blowing his horn. Apparently, he wanted to get our attention. Well, it did get the attention of those in camp. After a few short minutes and over a couple of miles, the vehicle, loaded with a large quantity of marijuana found itself in the custody of the Border Patrol.

I responded to the scene with a couple of reporters and cameras. At the time, I was giving interviews to and ABC Nightline.

There was no hiding this load. I was able to detect the strong smell of marijuana from more than 50 feet away. Only moments after the truck was towed, a pair of officers from the gang task force arrived on the scene and asked me how I was doing. I told them that the load vehicle was already picked up and escorted away.

PCSO seizes over $1M in marijuana from abandoned truck

A tip from a confidential informant led to a major marijuana seizure near Maricopa.

The tip came into the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office on the morning of July 11th, according to PCSO spokesman Tim Gaffney. The informant said that a possible “load vehicle” carrying illegal drugs was traveling through the Vekol Valley, south of Interstate 8.

Compare the photos in the news story with the ones I took of a different load vehicle five days later. They look very much the same.

United States Code: Title 10 – Armed Forces, Sec. 311. Militia: composition and classes

(a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the National Guard.

Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965

The Hart-Celler Act abolished the national origins quota system that had structured American immigration policy since the 1920s, replacing it with a preference system that focused on immigrants' skills and family relationships with citizens or residents of the U.S. Numerical restrictions on visas were set at 170,000 per year, not including immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, nor "special immigrants" (including those born in "independent" nations in the Western hemisphere; former citizens; ministers; employees of the U.S. government abroad).

"First, our cities will not be flooded with a million immigrants annually. Under the proposed bill, the present level of immigration remains substantially the same.... Secondly, the ethnic mix of this country will not be upset.... Contrary to the charges in some quarters, [the bill] will not inundate America with immigrants from any one country or area, or the most populated and deprived nations of Africa and Asia.... In the final analysis, the ethnic pattern of immigration under the proposed measure is not expected to change as sharply as the critics seem to think.... It will not cause American workers to lose their jobs." --Ted Kennedy

During a patrol early Sunday morning, volunteers encountered three drug smugglers who were in danger of becoming casualties of the intense heat of the Arizona desert. One of the subjects had a small quantity of marijuana. One, if not all three of these men could have died if they spent another day without water.

Not only do we look for law breakers, we also provide humanitarian aid to those in distress. Our critics tend to overlook this fact when they call us names and accuse us of hatred.

"A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed." – The Second Amendment to Constitution of the United States.