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Friday, December 23, 2011

Mexican Takeover of CBP
Aguilar is the final step to open the border 
Lou Dobbs Tonight -- April 7, 2007  
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    Lisa Sylvester, CNN: Lou, many border patrol agents are tasked with the job of protecting the border but when they try to do their job they are being punished. There is a real perception that higher ups do not have their back and that chief David Aguilar is not on the same page as many of the rank and file agents. [...]
    The National Border Patrol Council that represents agents unanimously voted a no confidence resolution expressing their displeasure with Aguilar.
Red DotAmerican Patrol Report Comment – Dec. 23, 2011  
    When he complained in 2003 that illegal aliens were overrunning his ranch, Aguilar -- then head of the Tucson Sector -- told Roger Barnett those were campers, not illegal aliens.
    There is no question whatsoever that David Aguilar was long ago handpicked by Doris Meissner, then head of the INS, to take the position he now holds.
    Starting with George W. Bush and continuing with Obama, CBP has been flooded with Mexicans who will show loyalty to Aguilar no matter what. We are being set up for a complete opening of the border with Mexico. Does anyone care?

Dr. Laina Farhat-Holzman -- Family Security Matters        sc 
Immigrants and Refugees: Is there room at the inn?  
At Christmas, we hear once again about refugees --- this time the family of Joseph, Mary, and the soon-to-be born Baby Jesus. It is a touching story-and timelessly evocative of so many millions of people who have had to flee for their lives from persecution. -- The 20th century has been a time of the largest dislocation of people in history. World Wars I and II uprooted millions...

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas    
Congresswoman bemoans TSA goons  
Rep. Marsha Blackburn introduces a bill to stop the wearing of uniforms and badges by TSA goons who are more like low grade rent-a-cops rather than law enforcement officers.

Scott Lazarowitz -- LewRockwell.com    
Obama's FEMA camps and the deaths of Vaclav Havel and Kim Jong-Il 
According to this article and this article, Obama's FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is getting camps ready for not only the post-economic collapse, but for political dissidents and critics of government criminality. This will be made possible by Congress's just having codified into law Obama's dictatorship by giving him the power to treasonously turn the military against the American people...

Associated Press   
Reconquista zealot at DOJ rejects South Carolina voter ID law  
The Justice Department on Friday rejected South Carolina's law requiring voters to show photo identification, saying the law makes it harder for minorities to vote. -- Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez [menace shown at left] said the law didn't meet the burden under the Voting Rights Act and tens of thousands of minorities in South Carolina might not be unable to cast ballots under the law...

Jim Kouri, CPP -- Family Security Matters    
Border agents dispute Napolitano's report  
President Barack Obama and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano applauded the latest U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) report that claims an increase in illegal drug seizures and a decrease in illegal border-crossers in fiscal year 2011. CPB claims in a press statement that these results are due to one of the largest increased in manpower and resources along the country's borders...

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas    
Congresswoman bemoans TSA goons  
Rep. Marsha Blackburn introduces a bill to stop the wearing of uniforms and badges by TSA goons who are more like low grade rent-a-cops rather than law enforcement officers.

Scott Lazarowitz -- LewRockwell.com    
Obama's FEMA camps and the deaths of Vaclav Havel and Kim Jong-Il 
According to this article and this article, Obama's FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is getting camps ready for not only the post-economic collapse, but for political dissidents and critics of government criminality. This will be made possible by Congress's just having codified into law Obama's dictatorship by giving him the power to treasonously turn the military against the American people...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner      sc  
Chinese companies continue to supply cartels   
More than 100 tons of chemicals used in the production of methamphetamine have been seized by authorities at the Mexican Pacific port of Lazaro Cardenas. The shipment originated from Shanghai, China, according to the Attorney General's Office. -- This shipment was only the latest discovery of its kind sent from China in support of Mexico's drug trade...

RT    
We could be transferred to foreign prisons under NDAA  
If you're upset that congressional approval of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 can send you away to military prisons and be tortured in America, don't worry — it could be worse. -- The US could send you somewhere else. -- No, really. They could. And they can. Anywhere else, too. Really. -- While the bill that left Capitol Hill last week and awaits authorization from US President Barack Obama...

Prison Planet -- Austin, Texas    
Congress to fund massive expansion of TSA checkpoints  
Congress is set to give the green light on funding for a massive expansion of TSA checkpoints, with the federal agency already responsible for over 9,000 such checkpoints in the last year amidst increased fears America is turning into a police state following the passage of the 'indefinite detention' bill. -- The increase in funding has nothing to do with the TSA's role in airports...

Fox News    
Holder cites race in explaining scrutiny of Justice Department actions 
Eric Holder is once again under fire from Republicans -- this time for pulling the race card to dismiss critics of his tenure as attorney general. -- The attorney general cited race in explaining why a "more extreme segment" of his critics were going after him. "This is a way to get at the president because of the way I can be identified with him, both due to the nature of our relationship and, you know, the fact that..."

J.B. Williams -- Right Side News -- Kennesaw, Ga.   
America on the brink of anarchy   
When government leaders demonstrate a blatant disregard for the rule of law, the citizens soon follow that example. When justice becomes nothing more than a tool for socialist experiments known as social justice, no longer a system of equal protections guided by existing laws, the people will seek their own form of justice and anarchy will reign, until justice is restored...

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner      
Agents have "no confidence" in new CBP chief   
...Perhaps, Napolitano was not aware that Aguilar's "leadership" abilities became somewhat questionable when the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), the union which represents all of the U.S. Border Patrol's rank-and-file agents unanimously gave a no-confidence vote to Chief Aguilar in 2007. -- Shortly after the vote, then NBPC president, T.J. Bonner told The Washington Times...

Aaron Gee -- The American Thinker -- Bellevue, Wash.    
Eric Holder, fear and intimidation  
This past weekend, Attorney General Eric Holder attempted to intimidate his critics by accusing them of racism. Under the Attorney General's watch more than a thousand weapons have been walked across the border by the ATF and more than 300 people are dead as a direct result. Even Holder himself admits that the 'Fast and Furious' guns will be used in more crimes...

UPI   
States eye new illegal immigration tactics  
Topeka, Kansas -- Some lawmakers across the United States say they are looking for new ways to make it difficult for [illegal aliens] to live and work in their states. -- With the U.S. Justice Department taking four states -- Alabama, Arizona, South Carolina and Utah -- to court to block enforcement of laws giving local police authority to conduct roadside immigration checks, lawmakers in some states are...

Congressman Tom Tancredo   
Why not stop illegal immigration? Ask David Aguilar!  
The audio in this video is very difficult to hear.... be patient.

Ken Carroll -- Canada Free Press -- Toronto     
One thing to know about 'Fast and Furious'  
There is one thing you need to know about Operation Fast and Furious aka Operation Gun Walker. In all of the obfuscation by the US Department of Justice and misleading testimony by US Attorney General Eric Holder it has gotten lost. Be patient and I will get to it. In the meantime, just remember that Eric Holder is to justice what Michael Moore is to competitive bodybuilding...

Saman Mohammadi -- The Excavator   
The plan for America's destruction becomes apparent
The top news story of 2011 is not the assassination of Osama Bin Laden (a CIA psyop), but the advancement of the Martial Law agenda in America under the public radar. -- On Wednesday, December 21, Infowars.com published a brand new Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) document dated November 18, 2011, that "that show military involvement in a FEMA-led takeover within the United States..."

Dave Gibson -- The Examiner    
Juarez police officer kidnapped, burned alive  
Cd. Juarez, Chih., Mex. -- On Tuesday, a municipal police officer was seen thrown into the street from of a vehicle with his hands and feet tied. His assailants then doused him with a flammable liquid and set his body ablaze. -- The grisly scene took place at 8:30 a.m. in full view of many horrified witnesses who saw the officer writhe in pain until succumbing to his wounds...

American Border Patrol       
Photo of the day   
George is one of American Border Patrol's German Shepherds. He loves pushing sticks across the grass with his nose, but he kept chewing them up - so Wes Fleming made him one out of hardwood...

Homeland Security Today   
Evaluate training for Customs officers, GAO tells CBP  
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) started giving its officers a refresher course on inspection processes last year but it has not evaluated the effectiveness of its new training, warned congressional investigators Thursday. -- CBP also has not conducted a thorough analysis to determine the reasons for inspection lapses demonstrated in covert studies of CBP officers...

Salt Lake Tribune    
Embattled A.G.'s Utah visit troubles state representative  
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will be in Utah next month to deliver the keynote speech for the Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Commission's annual lunch. -- "It's a wonderful thing for the state to have someone of his caliber come out," said commission Chairman Roderic Land. -- But Holder's visit is not likely to pass without some controversy. He has been at the middle of Capitol Hill inquiries...

KRGV-TV -- Weslaco, Texas       
Cartels using scanners to track law enforcement movement  
Cartels are tracking officers' every move. They're using high-tech surveillance equipment you can buy at many electronic stores. -- Police use it to communicate. We use it to get to some news stories. For you, a police scanner could be a tool to know if there is a criminal in your area. In the hands of a criminal, it can serve as their getaway. -- An officer's call of duty isn't always loud and bright...

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers   Disturbing photos      
Latest NAFBPO update from south of the border   
Torreon, Coah., Mex. -- On Wednesday two women were found, one of decapitated. The other was alive, but her head had been 'shattered' by a 15 kilo (over 33 Lbs) stone. (decapitation + stoning = ? Islamic) -- Saltillo, Coah., Mex. -- The headline reads 'Close the doors', and continues to describe how bands of gunmen roamed the streets, breaking into private parties to rob. Up to 10 vehicles were stolen and shots were heard, but no reports of injuries...

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