Saturday, December 17, 2011

After Action Report: Friday, December 16, 2011, The BBC tours the infamous Vekol Valley with the National Socialist Movement

In advance of our upcoming anti drug and human smuggling operation planned for late January 2012, a producer and camera crew from the BBC Channel 3, London toured the Vekol Valley with the National Socialist Movement. Five members, a supporter and canine Bailey assembled at my home on this crisp and cool morning despite short notice and it being a work day. Prior to embarking, I conducted my usual safety and "rules of engagement" briefing.

Afterward, we traveled a back route frequently used by drug smugglers that transport loads of marijuana to "stash" houses in my neighborhood. Many of these homes were recently raided in October's Operation Pipeline Express.

Our destination was Interstate 8 on the Maricopa/Pinal County line. This area has been called one of the most dangerous pieces of real estate between Phoenix and Mexico. During the last two years, this particular area has been the site of multiple shootings, murders of Mexican nationals and extensive law enforcement manhunts.

During our drive to the "A.O." (Area Of Operation), I observed a Pinal County public works vehicle, a PCSO deputy and a BLM ranger parked on the northbound shoulder of Ralston Road, just north of SR 84. Apparently, the road crew discovered items, including black colored water jugs left behind by illegal aliens.

Frequently, the presence of trash (clothing, bottles, blankets) usually indicates that the illegal aliens were picked up and are more than likely long gone and possibly being held for ransom at a drop house in Phoenix. I drove home the point that this illegal trade is an "industry" of exploitation. Often, illegal aliens/immigrants find themselves worse off in the United States than they ever were in Mexico.

Upon arriving at our destination, myself, ST J. Smith and ST R. Smith gave interviews as to how we and the NSM felt about the border situation in Arizona. I focused on drugs, human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children as being reasons why the border should be secured. I emphasized that we were here to observe and report unlawful activities and that we were NOT vigilantes taking the law into our own hands. It was ST R. Smith and ST J. Smith's first time in front of the camera. I'm very pleased to report that they performed well above my normally high expectations.

The close proximity to Interstate 8 was why this area is so popular among drug and human traffickers. Our interstate highway system connects every state and major city in the country. Illegal drugs are able to be ordered and shipped to customers with the almost same efficiency as Fed EX and UPS. After their capture, drug smugglers and cartel members have actually bragged about this.

I also described the detrimental environmental and agricultural (cattle ranching) impacts of this flow of illegal traffic through the desert. As part of NSM-AZ's desert operations, we collect and recycle trash illegal aliens leave behind. Yes, the NSM has gone "green". During 2011, the Arizona Unit collected over 2000 pounds of trash. Today, we collected and removed eight bicycles left behind by illegal aliens. I'll be taking them to the local recycling center this weekend.

In addition to patrolling for unlawful activities, I explained that we offer humanitarian aid in the form of water and first aid to anyone that needs it. Again, I pointed out that securing the border would relieve our country (and even Mexico) of many problems. It would also help end the cruel exploitation of our neighbors to the south. They are frequently duped by greedy criminals into paying to come here for "a better life" only to find themselves abused, assaulted, robbed, held hostage or sold into prostitution. We cannot move forward until the border is secured first.

As usual, ST Thora Jaeger, did an excellent job, juggling several cameras and taking the majority of the still photos on this outing. In the photographs, you will notice the tractor trailer trucks and our closeness to Interstate 8. It takes drug and human smugglers only a few seconds to load their cargo (whether it drugs or human) and drive away.

Last, but certainly not least, SGT S. Dietrich, who "watched our six" (covered our backs) during the interviews, and his wife were also present. Sepp's wife was kind enough to greet the BLM Rangers that passed by our position. I'm sure the BBC was caught off guard by the diverse group of people that make up our unit. Hopefully, they'll return for our big OP (operation) in January.



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

The National Socialist Movement

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The NSM's core beliefs include: defending the rights of white people everywhere, preservation of our European culture and heritage, strengthening family values, economic self-sufficiency, and reform of illegal immigration policies, immediate withdrawal of our national military from an illegal Middle Eastern occupation and promotion of white separation.

"Where the NSM goes, the NSM grows."

“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

Friday, December 16, 2011

The BBC crosses the pond, pays NSM-AZ a visit and goes out to the Vekol Valley to investigate drug and human smuggling.

On this sunny, but crisp Friday morning, members of the Arizona Unit of the National Socialist Movement and a crew from the BBC venture out to the infamous Vekol Valley to our favorite drug smuggling corridor to explain our interesting and important roles as volunteer civilian border operators. The illegal immigration issue is really heating up in Arizona. The government is taking actions that will make our border less secure and put more US Citizens in danger. Well, to put it simply, “The feces hit the rotor”. An after action report will follow at a later date.

Feds may reduce number of Guard troops at U.S. border

TUCSON - One year ago this week, Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was killed in a shootout in a remote smuggling area near here. Since then, federal authorities have ramped up the number of agents patrolling the entire southwestern border, particularly the region where he was shot.

"We've put more people into those canyons," said Alan Bersin, the Customs and Border Protection commissioner. "The level of violence has come down. ... We are taking back this corridor. The progress is quite obvious. We're determined that Brian Terry did not die in vain."

Having actually encountered the National Guard in some of the most useless positions along the Mexican border, I see little or no impact in them being deployed or not. The entire National Guard deployment on the Mexican border was a dog and pony show. Did they catch any bad guys? Did they seize drugs? No! They weren't allowed to.

On one occasion, we came across some guardsmen just east of the Port Of Entry in Sasabe, AZ. They all looked very youthfully inexperienced and were positioned where there was almost no chance of observing any unlawful activity. On top of that, guardsmen were ordered not to engage persons invading the United States, which was contrary to the oath they swore upon enlisting.

US to leave Mexican border crossing to rangers

(AP) BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, Texas — The bloody drug war in Mexico shows no sign of relenting. Neither do calls for tighter border security amid rising fears of spillover violence.

This hardly seems a time the U.S. would be willing to allow people to cross the border legally from Mexico without a customs officer in sight. But in this rugged, remote West Texas terrain where wading across the shallow Rio Grande undetected is all too easy, federal authorities are touting a proposal to open an unmanned port of entry as a security upgrade.

The way I see it, they've (the Feds) gone totally INSANE!!! By the spring, kiosks could open up in Big Bend National Park allowing people from the tiny Mexican town of Boquillas del Carmen to scan their identity documents and talk to a customs officer in another location, at least 100 miles away.

The Government has not considered the possibility that documents may not be in the hands of the rightful possessor. This is an open door to fraud and quite the opposite of a "security upgrade" People would have to be stupid to believe this horse shit could work correctly. Perhaps, these are some of the same idiots and morons that cooked up "Fast and Furious".

I learned quite a bit about fraudulent documents while working for A.C.F. (Arizona Coupons and Flyers) General Media Corp. in Mesa, AZ some years ago, there were three Sergio Espinoza's on the payroll. By the way, A.C.F. did knowingly hire illegal aliens. The CEO, Dan Klein, even wanted me to personally find and hire them. Each “Sergio” was committing fraud and/or identity theft.

The government is suggesting that kiosks will keep the wrong people on the correct side of the border? Here's the problem... Who is going to check to make sure that that identity card wasn't sold to somebody else? Who is going to physically match the identity card to the person holding it? Is the US Government going to rely on the "honor system"?

'Sad day for America,' Arpaio says of DOJ report

PHOENIX (AP/KPHO) -Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio says a scathing U.S. Justice Department report about his office's law enforcement tactics marks what he calls "a sad day for America as a whole."

Paul Babeu Doesn't Trust DOJ Report on Joe Arpaio's Racial Profiling Practices; Says Timing's Meant to Distract From "Fast and Furious"

​Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu says he hasn't had a chance to read the U.S. Department of Justice's report on Joe Arpaio's committing some of the worst acts of racial profiling in U.S. history, but that isn't stopping him from chiming in and bashing the feds.

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said, "I have little faith and trust in the U.S. Department of Justice after the actions, subsequent cover up and failure to accept responsibility regarding Operation Fast and Furious. The fact they chose today to release their findings was only done to take the attention away from themselves. Today marks the one year anniversary since the murder of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry."

Of course the "Arpaio hating" Phoenix New Times and their anarchist/Commie followers mock the Pinal County Sheriff's legitimate concerns with profanity laced comments.

“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

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Eric Holder and the DOJ Get Butt-hurt over "Fast and Furious". Now, DOJ's after Arizona & Sheriff Joe Arpaio for SB1070 and stopping crime.

U.S. Justice Department: The same government agency that brought us "Fast and Furious" and lied through their teeth about it. I think that blows the Fed's credibility right out of the water. I've lived in Arizona for 26 years and even met Sheriff Joe Arpaio at a number of his public speaking engagements. I see this report as just one more government lie to open up our southern border to terrorists, sexual exploitation of children, criminal gangs and drug smuggling.

Remember, the banks, Wall Street investors and politicians ALL profit from the multi-billion dollar drug/human smuggling trade and will stop at nothing to keep their cash cow alive. This inquisition has nothing to do with civil rights and everything to do with money.

Feds say MCSO violated civil rights in immigration efforts

PHOENIX - The federal government issued a scathing report Thursday that outlines how Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office has committed a wide range of civil rights violations against Latinos, including a pattern of racial profiling and discrimination and carrying out heavy-handed immigration patrols based on racially charged citizen complaints.

The report, obtained by The Associated Press ahead of its release, is a result of the U.S. Justice Department's three-year investigation of Arpaio's office amid complaints of racial profiling and a culture of bias at the agency's top level.

The Justice Department's conclusions in the civil probe mark the federal government's harshest rebuke of a national political fixture who has risen to prominence for his immigration crackdowns and became coveted endorsement among candidates in the GOP presidential field.

DHS ends cooperation deal with Arizona sheriff

The Civil Rights Division of U.S. Justice Department today said a three-year investigation finds that Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio's office has engaged in a "culture of bias" involving racial profiling and a widespread pattern of discrimination of Latinos.

READ: The Full Report

Here is the DHS statement:

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is troubled by the Department of Justice's (DOJ) findings of discriminatory policing practices within the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (MCSO). Discrimination undermines law enforcement and erodes the public trust. DHS will not be a party to such practices. Accordingly, and effective immediately, DHS is terminating MCSO's 287(g) jail model agreement and is restricting the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office access to the Secure Communities program. DHS will utilize federal resources for the purpose of identifying and detaining those individuals who meet U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement's (ICE) immigration enforcement priorities. The Department will continue to enforce federal immigration laws in Maricopa County in smart, effective ways that focus our resources on criminal aliens, recent border crossers, repeat and egregious immigration law violators and employers who knowingly hire illegal labor. More...

Meanwhile, next door in Pinal County, Shereiff Paul Babeu's deputies are performing the exact same type of traffic stops as Sheriff Joe Arpaio's deputies. The fact of the matter is, Hispanic/Mexican male and female suspects out number white suspects. This is not racial profiling, especially, when may of these traffic stops occur at night and the officer that makes contact has no idea what race/ethnicity or how many subjects are in the vehicle until after it's stopped.

Being in close proximity to Mexico is the reason so many criminals are Mexicans or of Hispanic ancestry. Only a fool would not take this into consideration. Of course, clueless liberals and the DOJ are areas where one can find large concentrations of clueless liberals fools. I'm saying that there are some liberals out there that have a clue. This is not directed towards them.

Traffic Stop Turns Up Guns, Drugs and Stolen ID’s

On 12-11-11, at approximately 8:30 p.m., a PCSO deputy on patrol heading eastbound on U.S. 60 conducted a routine vehicle registration check on a light blue, 2000 Nissan Altima.

Pictured are the items confiscated during the traffic stop. After the check came back negative for highway use, the deputy initiated a traffic stop, to which the driver complied and pulled to a complete stop along shoulder at mile post 215. More...

Needless to say, today's news events will have absolutely no affect on ongoing and upcoming USBG and NSM counter drug and human smuggling actrivities in southern Arizona. “Criminal profiling” and “racial profiling” are two completely different things.

Needless to say, today's news events, might be a bombshell to Maricopa County, but they will have absolutely no affect on ongoing and upcoming USBG and NSM counter drug and human smuggling actrivities in southern Arizona. Our patrols will continue and probably intensify. “Criminal profiling” and “racial profiling” are two completely different things. We know who we are looking for.

Out in the field, we do not look at race, religion or national origin. There are plenty of "OTM's" (Other Than Mexican) out on the desert bringing nothing but evil, suffering, pain, misery and death to the United States of America. If you are a drug smuggler, gang member, child molester, we will be patrolling for you.

Oddly, during more than two years of desert operations, not one "person of interest" encountered was white, black or Asian. I'm sure a similar situation has been encountered in Maricopa County. And No! It's not RACIST! We just have more "brown" criminals.

Unfortunately, too many cowardly people are too damn scared to admit the truth because they will be called a racist.

“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

Monday, December 12, 2011

After Action Report: NSM- AZ conducts desert recon training, unit meeting and celebrates Yule

On Sunday, December 11, 2011, proud members of the Arizona Unit of the National Socialist Movement gathered primarily to conduct briefings and gather intelligence for our upcoming border operation scheduled towards the end of January. We also conducted a meeting and celebrated the Yule with food, fun and a very large bonfire in my backyard. We value these times we have together to further educate ourselves, promote positive agendas and enjoy some well deserved leisure time with our comrades.

My first briefing covered the equipment needed for our border operation. Even a basic list of needed equipment was quite lengthy. Items including, tent sleeping bag, water, extra food, firearms, ammunition, first aid kit, extra clothing, assorted protective gear, flashlights, batteries, two-way radios, pencil and paper were considered essential.

After going through the list, we deployed to the desert area south of Interstate 8 in the Sonoran Desert National Monument. It couldn't be a better day to be outdoors. It was sunny and in the upper 60's.

Having arrived at our remote destination, I advised all personnel on rules of conduct out in the field. Not long after arriving, a red car approached us. Almost instinctively, some of the less experienced patrol volunteers made observations and comments regarding whether or not the approaching vehicle was "friend or foe". One always must be alert in this potentially dangerous area.

Fortunately, the vehicle was occupied by friendly people out for a drive. It always pleases me to see people using our public lands for their intended purpose of recreation, not drug/human smuggling. The driver of this vehicle was also thoughtful enough to be armed.

Having completed our field assessments and instruction, we left the area and made a short stop at the Farmers Convenience Store, a local hot spot of unlawful activities including drugs, liquor violations, public urination, indecent exposure, drunk driving and a myriad of other criminal offenses.

NSM Media was on hand to shoot some video of the desert activity and the interesting observations we made at the Farmers Convenience Store.

This brief tour was a very educational experience. A Mexican male wearing a cowboy hat, fancy western style shirt and a big shiny "Sinaloa" belt buckle approached me. Sinaloa is a state in Mexico and also the name of a violent drug cartel. It turned out that he was looking to buy firearms. It wouldn't surprise me if any firearms he manages to come up with will find their way to cartel members for use in drug smuggling activities.

Having seen more than enough for the day, we returned to "Rancho Muerte" a.k.a. "Aryan Acres for a meeting and fiery Yule celebration. The menu included Polish sausage, beer brats, baked beans and sauerkraut.

I ignited the fire and soon there were flames shooting 30 feet into the air. We noticed that the Mexicans next door had their eyes glued to the fire. For once, I was able to have a BBQ and fire without law enforcement intervention. Once everyone had their fill and the fire died down my guests made their way home.

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

Riding in the Desert: Child Sexual Exploitation, Drug Running, Human Smuggling and Violence

Nearby is the infamous Vekol Valley, the largest hotbed of drug and human smuggling in the United States and where a Pinal County Deputy was shot in April 2010. Vekol is surrounded by nasty mountain ranges on both sides. There is wide-open desert starting from mile marker 160 on I-8 and stretching all the way to Mexico. Because of the terrain, Vekol acts as a funnel. As we drove into the area, I could feel that it just wasn’t a safe place to be.

Cartels also take advantage of the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation on the west side of Vekol Valley. They use it as an entry point, marry into Indian families so they can live on the reservation and, if a village is small enough, cartel members will simply walk in and take property by lethal force.

“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