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Bush Withdraws Troops from
[COMMENT: Bush continues his dancing to the Globalist
tune, and creating confusion among the citizens.
A few comments
I want to share with all volunteers. We are making a difference and we see
some action from the government -I know it is slow but I want to remind
everyone to be resolve in their efforts -stay positive and stay active.
Here in Arizona everyone including Senator Kyl
to Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano to Border Patrol field agents, is
dumbfounded over President Bush’s decision to weaken our national security
by removing National Guard personnel from the southern border with Mexico.
At a time when violence is on the increase, when
drug cartels are on the rampage and we have people from around the world
breaching our border security the President should be increasing the number
of National Guard on our borders. The situation along our southern border
will not be improved by the removal of National Guard and everyone knows it.
Certainly the resourceful, well funded, well organized criminal syndicates
that control the southern border regions already know our weakness and
exploit it at every turn. They are already ramping up to take advantage of
the President’s mind boggling and illogical decision to weaken border
security. Our observers along the border are reporting a marked increase in
the numbers of people crossing the border in California and Arizona.
And now this alarming assessment from DEA
brought to us by reporter Sara Cater:
Islamic extremists embedded in the
United States — posing as Hispanic nationals — are partnering with violent
Mexican drug gangs to finance terror networks in the Middle East, according
to a Drug Enforcement Administration report.
"Since drug traffickers and
terrorists operate in a clandestine environment, both groups utilize similar
methodologies to function ... all lend themselves to facilitation and are
among the essential elements that may contribute to the successful
conclusion of a catastrophic event by terrorists," said the confidential
report, a copy of which was obtained by The Washington Times.
The 2005 report outlines an ongoing
scheme in which multiple Middle Eastern drug-trafficking and terrorist cells
operating in the U.S. fund terror networks overseas, aided by established
Mexican cartels with highly sophisticated trafficking routes.
These terrorist groups, or sleeper cells, include people who
speak Arabic, Spanish and Hebrew and, for the most part, arouse no suspicion
in their communities.
"It is very likely that any future
'September 11th' type of terrorist event in the United States may be
facilitated, wittingly or unwittingly, by drug traffickers operating on both
sides of the United States-Mexico border," the DEA report says.
Border Patrol field agents are encouraging the
MCDC volunteers to increase our presence and surveillance. We have more
volunteers, more equipment and more landowners opening up their property for
our use. Landowners know the truth, crossings are the same if not increasing
and they are begging for help. Border Patrol agents are soliciting for our
We have increased the frequency of our
operations which are now up from 1 to 3 operations per month.
But we have seen improvements, new technology
like the virtual fence, ground radar, new vehicles, new night vision
equipment are all helping Border Patrol to
do a better job of detecting crossings, unfortunately they lack the manpower
to apprehend all of them. The lack
of manpower remains the biggest problem –not enough agents and too
many illegals – Border Patrol agents continue to estimate that they are
lucky to apprehend one in four of the total who cross. They admit they can
better detect when an incursion takes place the problem is they just do not
have the manpower to respond to the dozens of groups that come across by the
hour. Thus, they need our help, at least we
can keep track of groups until Border Patrol can provide agents to
Our observers on the border who monitor scanner
activity report hundreds of sensor hits and dozens of calls from citizens
throughout the day and night – the activity continues non-stop day after
A rancher who allowed us to construct a fence on
his property was violently attacked on his own property this
week . As he drove near the border he surprised a group of people
illegally entering the country, as
they ran back across the border they pelted his vehicle with rocks one of
which struck him square in the chest, others narrowly missing his face and
MCDC efforts show fruits of labor. Government
is gearing up for major military intervention to battle drug cartels on
The U.S. government now seems resigned to the
fact that they must heed our demands. Secure the border, smash the cartels
and enforce the laws on employers – all are major advances in our six-year
According to a story in the Washington Post
today, “at a time when Mexico is struggling to contain a war among major
drug cartels that has cost more than 3,000 lives in the past year and has
horrified Mexicans with images of beheadings and videotaped assassinations.
Calderón has impressed U.S. officials by extraditing a record number of drug
suspects to the United States and by dispatching more than 20,000 federal
police officers and soldiers to fight the trafficking organizations, but
that effort has failed to stop the violence.
The anti-drug aid package would represent a
major shift in relations after years of tension and mutual suspicion among
law enforcement agencies on both sides of the border. "It's astonishing and
a sea change," said a senior Republican aide who works on drug policy
issues. "It's a real recognition that Calderón has a problem. And his
success or failure will impact us. The days of the finger-pointing are
This is a major move in the right direction.
Perhaps this is in part why Bush has decided to cut National Guard forces in
half – will he replace them with special operations trained military. But it
remains a mystery why the president refuses to work openly with congress and
why Bush is so reluctant to bolster border security for fear of offending
When the lives of American citizens are at risk,
when our country is being invaded, when thousands of citizens are victimized
by crimes committed by foreign nationals in our country illegally, the
American people are the ones the present has offended.
“If it be asked, what is the most sacred duty
and the greatest source of our security in a Republic? The answer would be
an inviolable respect for the Constitution and Laws” — Alexander Hamilton.
ADMINISTRATION ENCOURAGES DRUG DEALERS AND TERRORISTS THROUGH OUR
PHOENIX, AZ — The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps (MCDC) call
for the Bush Administration to reconsider its withdrawal of National Guard
troops stationed on the U.S-Mexican border while current policies already
raise concerns that our porous borders serve as an open pathway to an
ever-increasing illegal alien migrant invasion. MCDC believes that the
withdrawal of troops will exacerbate a worsening situation of border intrusions
and coyote violence, which has been fed by irresponsible “amnesty” talk from
Washington and withdrawal of the National Guard presence also sends the wrong
message to international drug dealers, criminals and terrorists with designs
“It is simply the case that the voters made their priorities clear to
Washington earlier this summer—secure the borders, enforce the laws, in that
order,” states Chris Simcox. “Now it’s time for Washington to get with the
program and to keep the troops at the border.”
Currently, the Minuteman message of “border security first” has provided a
growing impetus for the creation of 92 MCDC nationally-sponsored chapters,
organized at the state and local levels.
MCDC has been stalwart in advocating that border security be implemented
immediately with funds already allocated to the Department of Homeland
Security’s treasury through the 2006 Secure Fence Act, and with the placement of
20,000 National Guard troops stationed on the U.S.-Mexico border. MCDC rejects
on-going Bush administration and Congressional calls for massive spending from
hypothetical billions of new dollars for unproven “virtual” border security in
exchange for amnesty programs, and the removal of border security
personnel—including already deployed National Guard.
Unlike the U.S. government, the Minutemen have already been implementing a
plan for border security that is more than “virtual” and that includes an
effective material barrier—by volunteering their time, energy and personal funds
in order to build highly effective demonstration security fencing on private
ranch land, expensed through private donations obtained from thousands of
citizens nationally. To educate the public and force federal government
attention to the realities of border security, Minuteman volunteers have taken
steps to build this fence along the border utilizing state of the art technology
with the fiber optic mesh produced by FOMGuard, USA, also currently in use on
U.S. military installations, the DMZ in Korea and the West Bank in Israel, and
recently featured in National Geographic magazine.
Simcox continues, “When the administration ‘cracks down’ on employers one day
and loosens security on the border the next day, it’s sending a schizophrenic
message to the American people and rolling out the red carpet for the criminal
element who seek to do us harm. We must keep the troops on the borders until
American sovereignty and territory is truly and demonstrably secure. Only then
we can focus on new strategies for interior enforcement. Securing our borders
against the present onslaught of migrant alien invasion and terrorist
infiltration must remain the top priority for the sake of national security and
public safety today, and for future generations of Americans. We need those
troops—and many more like them—left right where they are.”
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