Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Feds Alerting Mexico To Minuteman Patrols


Special Note: Post updated July 22nd to correct superseded link for the "This Is Our Continent" photo.

The U.S. Border Patrol is tipping off Mexican authorities on the positions of members of the Minuteman civilian patrols, as reported today (May 9th) by WorldNetDaily. Click here for the full story.

U.S. officials have agreed to the notification process to reassure the Mexican government that the illegal immigrants' rights are being observed, the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin of Ontario, Calif., reports. As a result, the Mexican government is notified of any planned patrols by the Minutemen, according to three documents on the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations website.

However, it's not just the location of Minutemen patrols that are being revealed. The Minuteman Weblog reports that activities of the Minutemen in non-border states, to include Nevada, Utah, Tennessee, Massachusetts and Illinois are also being reported to the Mexican government. The weblog said one report contained estimated membership numbers of Minutemen in Illinois and a statement on activities. The report noted the group didn't seem to know any politicians there, indicating the Illinois Minutemen had not acquired political clout. The Minuteman blog commented: "That is not a report on the location of Minutemen at the border, but political intelligence from our government to a foreign nation about the activities of American citizens petitioning our own government for redress of grievances."


But angered Minuteman members also say the reporting virtually nullifies their effectiveness and could endanger lives. "Now we know why it seemed like Mexican officials knew where we were all the time," Chris Simcox (pictured at left), founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps, told the Ontario paper. "It's unbelievable that our own government agency is sending intelligence to another country. They are sending intelligence to a nation where corruption runs rampant, and that could be getting into the hands of criminal cartels. They just basically endangered the lives of American people," he said. There have been sporadic reports of Mexican Army patrols firing on Americans to cover the escape of illegal immigrants and drug dealers.

Analysis: Those who ordered the Border Patrol to report this information to the Mexican government are, to put it bluntly, guilty of treason. The excuse "to reassure the Mexican government that illegal immigrants 'rights' are being respected" is poppycock. What rights? Since when do they have the "right" to break into our country? Why is it that the American government is so intent on kissing the Mexican government's ass?

One possible reason may be uncovered in a report published in Whistleblower magazine. Titled "ALIEN NATION", the issue is subtitled "SECRETS OF THE INVASION: Why government invites rampant illegal immigration." Indeed, it reveals pivotal secrets very few Americans know. For example: Did you know that the powerfully influential Council on Foreign Relations – often described as a “shadow government" – issued a comprehensive report last year laying out a five-year plan for the "establishment by 2010 of a North American economic and security community" with a common "outer security perimeter"? NAFTA and CAFTA were just the building blocks leading towards that goal.

Roughly translated: In the next few years, according to the 59-page report titled "Building a North American Community," the U.S. must be integrated with the socialism, corruption, poverty and population of Mexico and Canada. "Common perimeter" means wide-open U.S. borders between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. As Phyllis Schlafly reveals in this issue of Whistleblower: "This CFR document asserts that President Bush, Mexican President Vicente Fox and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin committed their governments to this goal when they met at Bush's ranch and at Waco, Texas, on March 23, 2005. The three adopted the 'Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America' and assigned 'working groups' to fill in the details. It was at this same meeting, grandly called the North American Summit, that President Bush pinned the epithet 'vigilantes' on the volunteers guarding our border in Arizona."


The CFR report also suggests North American elitists begin meeting regularly "to buttress North American relationships, along the lines of the Bilderberg or Wehrkunde conferences organized to support transatlantic relations." The Bilderberg and Wehrkunde conferences are highly secret conclaves of the powerful. For decades, there have been suspicions that such meetings were used for plotting the course of world events and especially the centralization of global decision-making. The American Free Press regularly reports on the Bilderberg conferences and even gets a reporter on the inside from time to time.

Did you know that radical immigrant groups – including the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan (MEChA), the National Council of La Raza (La Raza), and the Mexica-Movement – not only share a revolutionary agenda of conquering America's southwest, but they (except for the Mexica-Movement) also share common funding sources, notably the Ford and Rockefeller foundations?

''California is going to be a Hispanic state," said Mario Obledo, former head of MALDEF. "Anyone who does not like it should leave." And MEChA's goal is even more radical: an independent ''Aztlan,'' the collective name this organization gives to the seven states of the U.S. Southwest – Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. So why would the Rockefeller and Ford foundations support such groups? Joseph Farah tells the story in this issue of Whistleblower.

Lest we in Alaska forget, there are an estimated 5,000 illegal immigrants in our state.

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