Thursday, May 20, 2010

Troops on the Border

It is about time that putting troops on the border is being talked about. Below I am posting an article in which John McCain is asking for National Guard troops to be placed on our border. Bill O'Rielly mentioned this also about a year ago. I began calling for troops on our border over 30 years ago. Others in the white nationalist movement were saying the same. Why the hesitation? We put troops on the border of South Korea, we have troops on the border of Iraq, we even still have troops in Germany 65 years after the end of World War II. If we can put troops on the borders of other countries, why can't we put troops on our own border?

National Guard troops on our border is a good start, but what we need in U. S. Soldiers! We need to bring our troops home and put soldiers and tanks on our border.

One of the first things we hear from the opposition is that the president does not have the authority to use American troops on U. S. soil. Tell that to those who faced U.S. troops in Little Rock in 1957 when Eisenhower used U.S. troops to force the integration of Central High School.

The next thing they wail about is that it will cost too much to deploy troops to our border. I know with the enormous money the U. S. spends on silly projects that this excuse is pretty lame.

Hey! Here is idea! I know how you can shut the border down in 24 hours and it won't cost the U. S. government one single penny and it won't have to use even one American soldier.

The president can call for a Citizens Militia. Volunteers to patrol our border. I guarantee hundreds of thousands of people would grab their gun, pack their own peanut butter sandwiches, bring their tent and head to the border. There would be so much protection on our border that Wile I. Coyote couldn't get though without the proper paper work.

I get sick of everyone saying that Congress needs to tackle the issue of comprehensive immigration reform. Making such a claim is a smokescreen. It is an attempt to inveigle the American people and bring about amnesty. It is already against the law to invade our country illegally. Congress does NOT have to take up the issue. We need only to enforce the law. Put U.S. troops on the border or call for a citizen's militia.

Senators Press for National Guard Troops on Border

Frustrated lawmakers are demanding action to stem the spread of violence and drug trafficking that has spilled across the border into their states.

WASHINGTON -- Homeland Security and Pentagon officials are at loggerheads over a plan to send National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border, even as President Barack Obama is pledging to bolster security there.
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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Arizona Official Threatens to Cut Off Los Angeles Power as Payback for Boycott

By Judson Berger

A member of Arizona's top government utilities agency threw down the gauntlet in a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, threatening to cut off the city's power supply as retribution for the city's boycott of Arizona.

If Los Angeles wants to boycott Arizona, it had better get used to reading by candlelight.

That's the message from a member of Arizona's top government utilities agency, who threw down the gauntlet Tuesday in a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa by threatening to cut off the city's power supply as retribution.

Gary Pierce, a commissioner on the five-member Arizona Corporation Commission, wrote the letter in response to the Los Angeles City Council's decision last week to boycott the Grand Canyon State -- in protest of its immigration law -- by suspending official travel there and ending future contracts with state businesses.

Noting that a quarter of Los Angeles' electricity comes from Arizona power plants, Pierce threatened to pull the plug if the City Council does not reconsider.

"Doggone it -- if you're going to boycott this candy store ... then don't come in for any of it," Pierce told

In the letter, he ridiculed Villaraigosa for saying that the point of the boycott was to "send a message" by severing the "resources and ties" they share.

"I received your message; please receive mine. As a statewide elected member of the Arizona Corporation Commission overseeing Arizona's electric and water utilities, I too am keenly aware of the 'resources and ties' we share with the city of Los Angeles," Pierce wrote.

"If an economic boycott is truly what you desire, I will be happy to encourage Arizona utilities to renegotiate your power agreements so Los Angeles no longer receives any power from Arizona-based generation."

Appearing to tap into local frustration in Arizona over the raft of boycotts and threatened boycotts from cities across the country, including Los Angeles, Pierce warned that Arizona companies are willing and ready to fight boycott with boycott.

"I am confident that Arizona's utilities would be happy to take those electrons off your hands," Pierce wrote. "If, however, you find that the City Council lacks the strength of its convictions to turn off the lights in Los Angeles and boycott Arizona power, please reconsider the wisdom of attempting to harm Arizona's economy."

Pierce told that he was speaking for himself, not the entire commission, though he has the support of at least one other member. But Arizona has some serious leverage over Los Angeles, as well as the rest of California. The state and city get electricity from a nuclear power plant outside Phoenix, as well as from coal-fired power plants in northern Arizona and two giant hydroelectric power generators along the Colorado River.

Despite that, the Los Angeles City Council voted overwhelmingly last week to ban future business with Arizona -- a decision that could cost Arizona millions of dollars in lost contracts.

Los Angeles officials were furious with the Arizona immigration law passed last month and joined local officials in cities across the country in pushing boycotts to register their dismay. Critics say the law will lead to racial profiling and civil rights abuses.

Arizona officials have defended the law, saying the state needed to take its illegal immigration problem into its own hands. Pierce said he's "supportive" of the state's efforts to control the border.

The law requires local law enforcement to try to verify the immigration status of anyone they have contact with whom they suspect of being an illegal immigrant. It empowers them to turn over verified illegal immigrants to federal custody. The legislation explicitly prohibits screening people based solely on race or national origin.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Laura Bush Supports Same-Sex Marriage, Abortion

By: Rod Proctor

The wife of former President George W. Bush finally has revealed her views on two of the most contentious social issues facing both the Republican Party and this nation.

Laura Bush, appearing this week on CNN’s "Larry King Live," revealed that she would not like to see abortion outlawed again, and she believes that same-sex couples should have the right to marry.

During the past decade, her husband has made quite clear his opposition to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion in Roe v. Wade, and has made equally clear his support for banning same-sex marriage through Congressional statute and Constitutional amendment.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Race War!

The Council of La Raza is the largest Mexican organization in the United States. Every election politicians line up to speak to delegates from La Raza. Watch this video of a UCLA college professor calling for war against "frail racist white people."

What do you think the reaction would be from the national media if a video of Thomas Robb was being shown calling for war against minorities.

There is a double standard. White people have no idea of the hatred being directed against our people.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Boycott Arizona!

I have decided that all Mexicans should join the boycott of Arizona. To insure the boycott is successful I propose all Mexicans leave Arizona immediately. That will show those nasty racists!

Immigration Reform?

I get tired of hearing everyone talk about our need for immigration reform. We don’t need any such thing and those that keep talking about it are either deceivers or fools. We already have immigration laws, but the problem is that we do not have a government with the will to enforce the law.

Now Arizona passes a mild state law that simply tells law enforcement agents to ask for the legal status of someone that is stopped in the course of their duties.

On May 1st hundreds of thousands protested around the country in opposition of this new law. The overwhelming vast majority of those protesting are Mexicans who came to OUR country and now are protesting our laws. The vast majority are either currently illegal or were illegal until they were given amnesty by Reagan or Carter.

The volcano is about to erupt. We have allowed so many to come into our nation that they are now a cause of real problems and concern.

How much more will we take?

A former advisor to President Clinton just stated on FOX news that if the Republican Party wants to win any more national elections they need to be careful not to offend Hispanic voters.

My white brothers and sisters - have you lost your country?

It would appear so. White people will be a numerical minority in 2042, however it appears we are already a spiritual minority.

The Bible refers to this as the time of Jacob's Trouble. But remember there are still millions and millions of White people. A growing anger lay within the breast of a multitude.