Sunday, January 1, 2012

Thunderbird Farms Neighborhood Patrol: The Final Report of 2011

As I've previously reported over the year, Thunderbird Farms, Hidden Valley and other areas surrounding Maricopa Arizona have been a haven for criminals and a wide assortment of unlawful activity including drug and human smuggling. During 2011, we observed drug transactions, tons of marijuana in transit and notoriously violent drug cartels in action. I spotlighted and featured on video, the infamous Farmers Convenience Store and how members of the Sinaloa drug cartel wanted to buy guns from me.

This bold and brazen criminal was not in the least concerned that we were shooting video while he attempted to make a deal with me. This only punctuates how serious the border problem is and how important it is to secure and defend the United States from foreign nationals. (All enemies, foreign and domestic.)

I'm sure the year 2012 will bring more reports as our last patrol on New Years Eve suggests that the criminal elements are still in place and operating throughout my neighborhood. The arrests and drug seizures of Operation Pipeline Express are just memories as many of the same homes raided are still operating as though nothing happened.

Our New Year's Eve patrol was primarily a surveillance operation. N.S.M. Woman's Division member ST Thora Jaeger and myself set ourselves up as vendors at the swap meet that exists in the parking lot of the Farmers Convenience Store almost every weekend. We were complete with tables and goods for sale.

This gave us the perfect opportunity to observe all of the comings and goings in the parking lot. We learned that despite exposing suspected illegal aliens residing in a squalid shack behind the store, suspected illegal aliens were still calling this mess home. We were looking for drug activity and we more than likely found it.

During the middle of the afternoon, we observed a woman walking her dog along the chain link fence on the western end of the parking lot. One of the suspected illegal aliens that lives in the shack came up to the fence and engaged in what appeared to be some sort of business transaction. A small package or parcel was passed through the fence. In all probability, this was a drug deal. I did manage to photograph the two subjects involved in this suspicious activity.

This operation was also a perfect opportunity to make a few extra dollars to further support our activities. During our illegal alien patrols in the Sonoran Desert National Monument, we managed to recover quite a few jackets from fleeing U.D.A.'s. Today, we sold some of those jackets back to the Mexicans and brought in $34.00.

Our venture wasn't all business. We had a little fun, too. We socialized with a few friends that are also vendors and passed out a few White Power music CD's to people that passed by. As with any public gathering, we saw some interesting people. One older gentleman with a long beard reminded me of the stories of the Lost Dutchman and his mine. Another man walked by wearing a Civil War kepi. His wildly colored shirt made me wonder if he was for the "North" or the "South".

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

Extra DUI enforcement begins tonight

The Pinal County Regional DUI Taskforce begins its annual holiday crackdown for impaired drivers starting tonight and running through New Year’s Eve.

There will be checkpoints throughout the county including the city of Casa Grande where the operation command post will be located.

My comment: “How many of those 94% are cited for other violations? If people didn't drive drunk, there would be no need for DUI enforcement. The "police state" is here because irresponsible scofflaws opened the door and let it in. It would please me to see a DUI gauntlet with checkpoints out every weekend. If first offenders would get 6 month jail time, the numbers would quickly change. Using a motor vehicle as a deadly weapon should be a serious felony, not a slap on the wrist.”

Beginning in 2012, the State of Arizona has made certain penalties for DUI less severe. I see this as a step backwards and an invitation for more people to offend. Note: I was struck and injured by a drunk driver that fled the scene. When caught, that offender was never charged. Yes, I do have a VERY BIG problem with drunks. We should hang them!

While I was writing this blog entry. . .

Mexicans next door: 01/01/2012 @0045, SHOTS FIRED, P.C.S.O. NOTIFIED... Pending, active shooter. Like cockroaches, they scattered when the light was shined on them. It's very quiet over there now. Scumbag P.O.S. turds.

“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

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