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    AZ-Illegals invade U.S. Army intelligence center

    Sunday, May 02, 2010
    Illegals invade U.S. Army intelligence center


    U.S. government health and safety warning. For illegals.


    A man on the scene in southern Arizona's Cochise County notes that not only is the area awash in Mexican border jumpers -- so what else is new? -- but that los illegals are a presence inside Fort Huachuca, the training camp for U.S. Army intelligence.

    Working on a U.S. Army fort, one would think we were fairly secure from these threats. Just not true. Reading the Fort Huachuca newspaper one morning, I noticed an interesting part of the "community" page. It asked for volunteers to assist in cleaning up "dumps" on posts where the illegals would drop their supplies used to cross the border and change clothing. They do this in order to blend in and not look like they just spent a day or two crossing the border in the dust and heat of southern Arizona. The most frightening part of this is that Fort Huachuca is the U.S. Army Intelligence Center, where the Army trains its intelligence soldiers -- analysts, interrogators, radio intercept specialists, and counterintelligence agents -- for operations overseas. If we can't secure the fort we use to train our intelligence soldiers, how can we secure anything else?
    Anyone afraid to look the truth in the face would do well to read the comments to the article. A few excerpts:

    "Mr. Woodard, thank you for an extremely troubling but informative article, and your army service. You have no doubt heard of the work of Bill Lind, on what he calls "fourth generation warfare" or 4GW. Lind has long maintained that the uncontrolled Mexican-U.S. border is a 4GW battle zone, and that the drug cartels and illegals constitute a de facto invasion of our southern states. That is, we must start thinking of our border with Mexico as a national security problem, and not simply as a law enforcement or immigration matter. The Mexican government is exporting social chaos and violence north of the border, and we are doing little to stop it."

    "Some politicians, talking heads, and celebrities who are surrounded with "yes people" have now turned to you and other citizens of AZ , telling you how you should think and speak, and educating (indoctrinating) all of you dumb hillbillies. Yes, because those celebs have shot films in other countries, they now believe themselves all-knowing, all-seeing, Europeanized and elite. These liberal geniuses who have their own armed bodyguards, limos and drivers, mansions behind massive gates (some with panic rooms), and they generally avoid the great unwashed unless it's a photo op for them. They have shown their own stupidity and revealed them for the fools that they are in putting down AZ and its fine people. Should they find themselves in the midst of just one short moment of violence that the people of AZ live with on a daily basis, I believe their lack of ability in reacting quickly and decisively would in seconds reveal their cowardice."

    "The politicians do not have any sympathy for the American citizens. They only see an illegal alien as a vote for themselves."

    "Perhaps the most troubling part of the article was the blurb placed at the end of it: 'He carries a pistol even in his own house in order to be prepared to defend his family whenever necessary.' The Wild West is back."

    "In traditional political philosophy, a government which refuses to defend the people from invasion is no longer a legitimate or real government. That falls then on the lesser magistrates. That means that Arizona is doing the right thing. Since we don't have the votes to impeach the regime, it falls to the several States to uphold the laws of the united States, including defending the borders with the State militia a.k.a. national guard, and upholding and defending the Constitution."

    Mexico is a failed state. It cannot protect its citizens -- cannot protect even its police -- from the narcotics gangs' civil wars and assassinations. It encourages its people to invade the United States. Arizonans are on the sharp end of the Mexican Invasion. They live in occupied territory: occupied by Third World colonizers and by the government of the United States.

    So Beverly Hills is going to "boycott" Arizona? That's a game both sides can play. Start by having nothing to do with Cinco de Mayo celebrations, virtually unheard of in this country before the federal government's population replacement campaign began in earnest with the 1965 immigration law. And let the bars and clubs promoting Cinco de Mayo know why they won't be getting your business.





    posted by Rick Darby @ 5/02/2010


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    "In traditional political philosophy, a government which refuses to defend the people from invasion is no longer a legitimate or real government. That falls then on the lesser magistrates. That means that Arizona is doing the right thing. Since we don't have the votes to impeach the regime, it falls to the several States to uphold the laws of the united States, including defending the borders with the State militia a.k.a. national guard, and upholding and defending the Constitution."
    Good ol' common sense. No brain surgery here. The several states should be looking at AZ and commending the leadership of the state. The feds have refused to protect the citizens of the several states from an invasion. It is long past due for the states to stand up and do what the feds have refused to do. Protect the citizens of their respective state. Is protection from enemies both foreign and domestic one of the main reasons people agree to pay taxes to a government?

    The federal government should pay the state of AZ for doing what the feds have been paid through taxes to do, and what they have refused to do.

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    So Beverly Hills is going to "boycott" Arizona? That's a game both sides can play. Start by having nothing to do with Cinco de Mayo celebrations, virtually unheard of in this country before the federal government's population replacement campaign began in earnest with the 1965 immigration law. And let the bars and clubs promoting Cinco de Mayo know why they won't be getting your business.
    What does Cinco de Mayo have to do with Beverly Hills? If you are going to boycott Cinco de Mayo why not boycott Beverly Hills? Why slop pigs that are not yours?

    and,

    "Perhaps the most troubling part of the article was the blurb placed at the end of it: 'He carries a pistol even in his own house in order to be prepared to defend his family whenever necessary.' The Wild West is back."
    For those that live in the hinterlands, give that some thought. Those living on the southern border truly are living in the wild west in some parts.

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    And this surprises us after the Ft Hood cover up because?
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    Related:
    Report from Cochise County, Arizona
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    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-197201-huachuca.html
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