5.12.2010 By CK Hunter
In 2002 I learned that ranchers in Arizona, New Mexico and California were finding overwhelming evidence that someone else was coming into the country along with the poor Mexicans who were hungry and seeking new ways to feed their families. The telltale evidence was in the trash they left behind in their desert campsites: copies of the Koran, Muslim prayer rugs, diaries written in Arabic that had photos of public buildings and schematics and diagrams folded inside them, radical prayers written in Arabic, and other “strange mideast origin” refuse that was often found among the scattered litter being left behind by the scores of Mexican immigrants entering the country illegally each week via the open southern border.
Trash left by illegals
This was post 9-11 and clearly an urgent issue of national security, right? or was I the rare individual who actually had eyes, while the rest of the country was slowly politically going blind? Which reality was now actuality? I was astonished to find, upon looking around to see who was writing about this in the MSM, that almost no reporters were writing about the suspicious finds in illegal immigrant refuse, and no newspapers outside of the states named were even making an effort to cover this HUGE colossus of a story, that story being that scores of radical Muslims, possibly terrorists, were entering the country illegally, hiding among the desperate bands of poor Mexican illegals, making it extremely difficult to locate and/or interrogate them.
I was awash in questions: How many muslim radicals had already streamed into America through the open southern borders by late 2002, early 2003? Were they bribing the Mexicans who helped them travel with cash payments? Were they forming new terror cells, or reinforcing existing cells? Where were these cells? How large were they? Was anyone else asking these questions? Was local law enforcement in AZ, NM, CA “on it” … or were their hands being tied by obtuse federal immigrations laws?
The queries in my head screamed on, while CNN’s Tom Brown made a valiant effort to begin addressing this story. He eventually paid the final price by being “retired” by CNN, replaced by the elite secret Vanderbilt boy stage named “Anderson Cooper,” the same fate that Lou Dobbs would suffer seven years later for asking questions like mine. A pattern was emerging. In 2010 the good people of the state of Arizona who have had enough of seeing and watching “the pattern” have finally said “Enough” and passed legislation to enforce existing illegal immigration laws. It had long since become patently obvious that the FEDs had no intention of enforcing these laws. We have waited for nearly ten years, begging D.C. to do something, while nearly 35 million [not 12 million] illegals have poured into the country.
How many of those 35 million illegals are not Mexicans at all, but hail from the mideast, where they received terror training and a directive to get into the USA by any means possible and locate their waiting cells, or form new ones? We will never know, but the grisly window of opportunity for them to gain illegal untraceable entry was in the last ten years. And you can thank Washington D.C. for this national security fiasco. It hands squarely on their doorstep. It predates Obama obviously, and now it is his problem. The ugly baby has been passed along. Of course, in our new Obama Nation a firestorm of protest and controversy has erupted over Arizona passing this law.
Apparently what we must do in the strange new upside down, inside out Obama-Mexica, which used to be called the United States of America, is make sure that all laws passed give absolute legal protection and utmost freedom of movement and security to all potential terrorists, so that they can travel freely in all states without showing legal ID or even a green card. You see, we don’t want to upset or offend the radical muslims who have crawled across our deserts like snakes, nearly starving in the heat, to make it to Phoenix in time to connect with their larger waiting sleeper cells. If we offend these men, they might sue us, [oh God forbid] and miss their appointments with their sleeper cell leaders.
God forbid also we should pass any laws that might hamper their progress in forming new sleeper cells, or thwart their plans to incinerate the West. Of course I support the new immigration law passed in Arizona. Why even do a “study” on it at all? Was a “study” even necessary to ascertain which direction the true blue American wind is blowing from? I am a native born American citizen who does not want to see my country shredded by suicide bombings and decimated by terrorism.
Why is my position now considered “dissident” and wildly radical? Why is love of one’s country now wildly politically incorrect? Has America gone stark raving mad? Are there any sane, sound and reasonable men and women left in this country, especially in Washington D.C., who have even an ounce of common sense left?
Chase Kyla Hunter
Here is the piece below which inspired this essay:
Study shows broad support for Arizona migrant law
PHOENIX Wed May 12, 2010 1:49pm EDT Related News
Sat, May 1 2010 PHOENIX (Reuters) – A solid majority of Americans back Arizona’s tough crackdown on illegal immigrants, while just 25 percent support President Barack Obama’s immigration policy which includes legalizing millions of unauthorized migrants, a study found on Wednesday. U.S. The controversial Arizona law passed last month requires state and local police, after making “lawful contact,” to check the immigration status of anyone they reasonably suspect is in the country illegally, and arrest those who cannot prove it. The report by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press (www.people-press.org) found that 59 percent of adults polled in a national survey gave their overall approval to the law, which opponents charge is unconstitutional and a mandate for racial profiling.
Seventy-three percent said they backed a measure requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status if police ask for them, while 67 percent approve of allowing police to detain anyone who cannot verify that they are in the country legally. The new law has pushed a debate over immigration to the fore in U.S. politics, and rebooted a drive by Obama and Senate Democrats to overhaul federal immigration laws — although it is seen as a longshot before November congressional elections. Obama supports a system allowing undocumented immigrants in good standing to pay a fine, learn English and become citizens. He also backs tightening border security and clamping down on employers that hire undocumented workers.
The survey, carried out among 994 adults — found that only 25 percent supported Obama’s handling of immigration policy, while more than twice as many — 54 percent — said they disapproved. It found that Democrats are evenly split over the Arizona law — which is set to come into effect at the end of July — with 45 percent backing it and 46 percent saying they disapprove of it. The measure, signed into law by Arizona’s Republican Governor Jan Brewer on April 23, has triggered an international furor and unleashed legal challenges and calls for an economic boycott of the Grand Canyon state. On Tuesday, United Nations human rights experts added their voices to criticism of the law, saying it may lead to police targeting people on the basis of ethnic origin, in violation of international law.
(Reporting by Tim Gaynor; editing by Mohammad Zargham) U.S.
Here are a few articles on the trial:
- Attention U.S. citizen, do not defend yourself – Rancher pays damages to illegal immigrants captured on his land. That’s wrong., by Travis Holland, thebatt.com, March 3, 2009
- Arizona Rancher’s Case Illustrates Absurdity, Arrogance and Selective Hypocrisy, by Gabriel Garnica, Esq., Family Security Matters, February 25, 2009
- Glen Beck video interview of Roger Barnett
- A (partial) victory for common sense, Washington Times, February 20, 2009. “America needs more people like Roger Barnett and fewer groups like MALDEF harassing them with frivolous lawsuits.”
- Illegal Alien Suit against Arizona Rancher Should Signal a Call to Action by Citizens, by Michael Cutler, Family Security Matters, February 19, 2009
- Rancher cleared in rights case – Arizona jury still awards damages to illegal immigrants, by Jerry Seper, Washington Times, February 18, 2009
- Press Release, Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI), February 18, 2009. The jury in Tucson rejected nearly all of the substantive claims brought by MALDEF against the Arizona rancher in 2004. Federal district judge John M. Roll also threw out related conspiracy complaints against Mr. Barnett’s wife Barbara and his brother Donald, and dismissed the claims brought by ten illegal aliens who did not testify in court.
Also listen to this podcast announcement about the win by IRLI. IRLI explians how MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund) and the Mexican government collaberated together to find a case that would successfully intimidate Americans from defending their rights.
Podcast part 1 and part 2.
- Roger Barnett case verdict, blog report by David Hardy, one of Roger’s defense lawyers, February 17, 2009 (several photos used as trial evidence are included below).
- Jury: Rancher didn’t violate migrants’ rights, AP, Texas, February 27, 2009
- EDITORIAL: Illegal-alien outrage, Washington Times, February 15, 2009
- Deported for drugs, illegal sues rancher, by Jerry Seper, Washington Times, February 13, 2009
- Foreign felon sues citizen who stopped his illegal entry into U.S., Washington Times Blog, February 13, 2009
- llegals’ civil case against border rancher winds down, KTAR, February 13, 2009
- 16 illegals sue Arizona rancher – Claim violation of rights as they crossed his land , Washington Times, February 9, 2008
- 16 illegals sue rancher who catches them on his land, WorldNetDaily.com, February 10, 2009
- Arms Control Fox News, February 9, 2009
- Barnett Caught in Dees’ Web, American Patrol, November 24, 2006
- Border vigilante ordered to pay in SPLC-sponsored suit, Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) report, December, 2006: “An Arizona jury, acting in a lawsuit sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center, ordered border vigilante Roger Barnett to pay $98,750 to a family of Mexican-Americans he terrorized in 2004.”
The SPLC is well-known for their open borders position and bigoted and vicious attacks on those who propose to curtail illegal immigration. Here is a response to their attacks by one individual.
http://www.rense.com/general54/filth.htm – Cached – Similar
The massive flood of illegal immigration has added more hardships. … The Morin ranch lost numerous cattle that died after eating plastic trash bags dropped by … When I have walked through these sites, I have seen large garbage dumps. … A doubling of the American populations will accelerate the need for food. …
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