Parts of Southern Arizona closed to American Citizens: Obama continues appeasement – cedes control to armed Mexican Invaders

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Jun 222010
 

Armed invaders from Mexico continue a decade of smuggling drugs and people through Arizona with little or no effort to stop them, first under Bush, and now Obama. It appears that when the situation in Arizona gets bad enough along the border, the government either issues a warning to the public or puts up signs declaring the area is closed because it’s too dangerous to travel there. It ‘s telling the world that America can no longer control its border.

Obama has no plans to take charge and clear the area of armed Mexican invaders, drug smugglers and possible terrorists. He absolutely does not want to put the armed military on our border when his plans are aimed at uniting with our good neighbors to the south as part of a continental community without borders. In fact he meets annually with the leaders  of Canada and Mexico specifically for the purpose of deeper regional integration.

June 18, 2010. “Dennis Godfrey, a spokesman for the Bureau of Land Management’s Arizona office, said roughly a dozen signs were posted earlier this month along the Sonoran Desert National Monument advising that travel in the area is not recommended due to ‘active drug and human’ smuggling. The signs are not far from where a Pinal County deputy was shot… during a confrontation with marijuana smugglers in April…” FoxNews.

The deputy, Louie Puroll, was ambushed “in a major smuggling corridor in the middle of the desert, just off Interstate 8, west of Casa Grande.”

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu:

“The fact that they were waiting and ambushed our deputies is concerning but it points to the fact that we have said for the last several months that this has reached a critical mass for law enforcement and we’ve been calling out to our leaders in the state and at the national level that we need help.”

Some parks are closed to American citizens:

“Roughly 3,500 acres of the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge – about 3 percent of the 118,000-acre park — have been closed since Oct. 6, 2006, when U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials acknowledged a marked increase in violence along a tract of land that extends north from the border for roughly three-quarters of a mile. Federal police say they have no plans to reopen the area.

“Elsewhere, at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, which shares a 32-mile stretch of the border with Mexico, visitors are warned on a federally-run website that some areas are not accessable by anyone.”

In 2003 Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument “was selected as most dangerous (park) for the second year in a row.”

Kris Eggle gave his life defending against Mexican invaders on American soil.“When two gunmen affiliated with a drug cartel fled into this border park from Mexico in August (02), ranger Kris Eggle grabbed his shotgun and raced to confront them. As Eggle reached a dry wash in the 104-degree heat, one of the men hidden in the desert scrub opened fire with an AK-47, delivering a fatal wound under the ranger’s bulletproof vest.” Read complete article above.

It’s a shame. With the quality of fighting men we have in America and the resources we have, we could man up and take care of these worthless pieces of human debris easily and prevent the slaughter of any more innocents. After all, this is taking place in our country. We do have a right to defend it and our leaders have a constitutional duty to do so.

Meanwhile, “in southern Arizona…parts of five federal lands — including two designated national monuments — continue to post travel warnings or be outright closed to Americans who own the land because of the dangers of ‘human and drug trafficking’ along the Mexican border.”

Representative Rob Bishop, R-Utah, ranking member on the House Parks and Lands Subcommittee, wonders what message that sends from federal authorities by closing off part of the Buenos Aires Refuge to American citizens:

“That policy is unacceptable. That strikes of running a policy of appeasement to drug cartels instead of fighting back. Someone has to say that not one inch of American property will be given to the bad guys and not one death is acceptable.” FoxNews.

That would be nice but:

America’s rulers continue to ignore the will of their subjects, the citizens of the United States. First President Bush, and now President Obama, is telling Americans that the border can’t be secured. We need a comprehensive immigration bill to solve the problem. But will it secure our borders and lead to the arrest of hundreds of thousands(?) of illegal alien criminals roaming across America? Past performance says no. In fact, every immigration bill has been designed to help the flow of commerce and people crossing the border.

The goal of every failed comprehensive immigration bill over the past five years is to grant amnesty to 12 to 20 million illegals in the U.S. and establish visa programs allowing millions of cheap workers from south of the border and other nations to enter the United States every year. Included in these bills are upgrades to border infrastructure for the NAFTA continental transportation corridors. And new border crossings are being constructed along our border with Mexico in anticipation of  the free flow of commerce and people across our borders.

Also, in the security section of every amnesty bill is a mandate to complete a “common security perimeter” for North America. “It is important for all three governments to commit themselves to security within that zone, thereby alleviating the need to build some barriers at our mutual borders.”  That means our mutual borders would eventually not need to be secured since everyone within the North American outer perimeter is legal. All three nations are in the process of producing national IDs for everyone in Canada, Mexico and the United States. President Calderon says his citizens will have a national ID by 2012. 

Which means everyone living within the common security perimeter, our new border, is a citizen of North America. That’s why Bush, McCain, Obama, Michael Chertoff, Hillary Clinton and Janet Napolitano oppose the border fence and support  comprehensive immigration legislation. They have made that clear.

I read forums on occasion and whenever the topic is about our president failing to carry out his oath of office and secure our borders, especially the one with Mexico, the comments are always — We should do this or we should do that. Contact the president or your congressman. I’ve tried that a few times but all I received was a form letter filled with words and signifying nothing.

The fact is the border will not be secured. The future of America is deconstruction of our sovereign nation and the construction of  a North American Community. This is a goal shared by members of both parties. Vote new people in? Doesn’t matter. The driving force is not the American citizen.

Please read the one page document from the U.S. Department of State. This document has been removed from public access but I have a reprint of the original on a separate site. Print the document and click the link on the page to the “roadmap” for Building a North American Community.

Scroll down and click on English version 295K PDF. Page 8 has the reference to a common security perimeter, which can be found on every amnesty bill over the last 5 years, including the current version, H.R. 4321. This is the roadmap President Obama has been following as the three Rulers of North America  build this North American Community.

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