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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

¡NO RECONQUISTA! - Stop Racial Profiling!

Submitted by Velcro; crossposted at Conservative Observer AZ.
I got an interesting comment on a previous post where I encourage readers to support the U.S. Border Patrol.  It's reprinted below in its entirety with permission from the commenter.  But first, let's set the stage.

Back on the eve of last November's election, I posted a plea for "the masses", especially minorities, to break free from the chains of liberal stereotyping.  My point at that time was to get the Hispanic population to take a long look at the differences between Gabriela Saucedo Mercer and Raul "Boycott Arizona" Grijalva.

Grijalva, of course,  is one of the most progressive liberals in Congress.  He loves to play the role of Hero to the Downtrodden Masses, especially Hispanics with whom he identifies.  (The same is true for Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Michael Moore, and the other rich, fat cats of the liberal elite.)

But he can only be the Hero for as long as the victims remain victims.  When victims are no longer downtrodden, oppressed and poor there is no need for a Hero.  So for Mr. Boycott to continue being the Hero, he must keep the downtrodden, oppressed and poor in that same state.  That is part of the insidiousness of liberal business as usual.

It is for exactly that reason that the liberal media show parades of Hispanics in monolithic solidarity supporting things like amnesty for illegal aliens (phrase licensed for AP use only), who are constantly being abused by the likes of Joe Arpaio.

All Hispanics must be seen as Democrat, pro-amnesty, and fiercely protective of a culture that has been twisted to portray them as downtrodden, oppressed, and poor.

Enter my commenter.

Hi! I don`t know how many people read this, but here is something that has been bothering us.

I am an American of Hispanic descent. And of course my family is too.
Just about all of us are against ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION.

Most of us have been personally affected by an illegal immigrant and all in a negative way.
When the media describes hispanic activists calling for reform, most hispanic Americans do not agree.

We also know that these 'activists' are here from other places and are all in support of

Reconquista is the main reason they are calling for this reform.

This needs to be told to all of our fellow Americans, as Reconquista is as bad as National Socialism.

Thank you for your time.

Thank you, Anonymous, for your service to your country, and for your courage to speak truth.


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Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Border Agents: Illegal Aliens Doubling – Tripling Since Amnesty Talks

Maggie's Notebook: Since the Gang of 8 began their exploration of how to dupe the American people into accepting “comprehensive immigration reform” by saying first the border must be secure, with no way of proving it has been done, border patrol agents are saying the “number of illegal aliens double, maybe even triple since amnesty talk started happening.”
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Data obtained by Townhall and reported within CBP from February 5 through March 1, 2013 shows 504 illegal aliens were spotted exploiting the Tucson/Nogales area, 189 were caught on CBP intelligence cameras.  Of those 504, only 174 were apprehended and 32 of the 189 on camera were carrying large drug load packs for Mexican cartels. Some were armed with AK-47 style weapons.

Last week, Fox News reported sections of the border will soon become unpatrolled as hours for on-the-ground agents are cut. Townhall has learned Border Patrol agents working the border have been fully funded, yet internal political battles within CBP may be causing funds to be funneled to managers, rather than those getting their boots dirty on patrols.

“Customs and Border Protection has been given enough money to fully staff the border but has chosen to use the money elsewhere, we believe it is to fund the salaries of Supervisory CBP Officers. [Read More]

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Local 2544: Furlough and AUO Decertification on Hold

Submitted by Velcro, crossposted at Conservative Observer AZ.
This from Local 2544 today:
"A memo is coming out today notifying everyone that the furlough days and AUO decert is being placed on hold until the agency can figure out how to fix their budget mess with the new funding that was recently approved by Congress... On the same day that David Aguilar is no longer with us we get some good news on border security and the delay in pay cuts."
A small victory in a skirmish - perhaps temporary - but the war continues.  Conservative Observer AZ is firmly convinced that public pressure that focuses on the U.S. Border Patrol can accomplish good things.
  1. Public support for the Border Patrol can help boost the morale of those whose dedication to protect their country in spite of the Federal government keeps them driving hours to their station day after day, for a job for which they receive little thanks.
  2. It holds the Federal government accountable for upholding the rule of law.
  3. Keeping the Border Patrol in the center of attention helps keep the realities of the invasion from the south side-by-side in stark contrast to the ivory tower dreamers in Washington.  This occurs two ways: 
  4. One is by highlighting the high level of danger along the border that occasionally leads to loss of life - on all sides. 
  5. The second is drawing attention to the large quantity of drugs that cross the border, paving the way for increasing drug cartel influence in the United States. 
  6. Finally, public support for the U.S. Border Patrol can help put them in the proper light:  They save lives by rescuing abandoned men, women, and children in the searing desert.  The Border Patrol is not the tool of racist policy. 

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Monday, April 01, 2013

Immigration (Virtual Town Hall meeting - Redlands, CA)

by Bill Whittle: Virtual President Bill Whittle takes a question on immigration at a Virtual Town Hall meeting located not far from the Mexican border.

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