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Posted in Arizona, HB-2779, HR-1999, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, news, North American Union, On The Frontline, politics, S-1639, Tax Reform, Term Limits
It’s been a full year now since the Arizona Resistance first came online. We, myself in particular, have been giving much thought as to where we started and where we are now. There will be more on the Arizona Resistance year in review in the next couple of days on our new site.
That’s right! We’ve moved. The controller of the purse strings wasn’t all that impressed with this site in the beginning and wasn’t sure it was even worth our while, let alone our funds. In the past year the monetary powers that be, has concluded that we just might be making a difference and has given me a small budget to play with. Therefore, we now have our own domain, host, and soon to come, much more.
Please in the future find us at ArizonaResistance.net. Those of you that link to this site, a million thanks. If you could also link to our new home it would be greatly appreciated. This site will remain up as a reference and archives source.
Thank you ALL for what we consider to have been a very good year. We hope to see you all at ArizonaResistance.net.
Happy New Year!!!!!!
Posted in Arizona, HB-2779, HR-1999, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, news, North American Union, On The Frontline, politics, S-1348, S-1639, Tax Reform, Term Limits
It was an honor to have Texas Fred stop by this past weekend and chastise me for not posting as regularly as I had been earlier in the year. Thank you also to many others who have sent me email and called me on the phone to make sure I’m ok. I assure you everything is just fine. As I’ve said a few times in previous posts, I have been absolutely swamped with work. Even though I’ve been working 60 and 70 hour weeks, I’m grateful I haven’t lost my job to an illegal alien… yet.
I received the best Christmas present ever last week while driving to work at 4a.m. I was listening to the CBS national news and the big story of the day was that illegal aliens were going back to Mexico for the holidays as they do every year. But this time, many are planning on not coming back. The talking head news babe on the radio, pointed to Arizona’s new employer sanctions law ( the recently passed Arizona HB-2779, full text of it can be read here) as the reason that the law breaking illegals no longer felt safe in Arizona. The story has made several other main stream media outlets in the past week including USA Today’s liberal tear jerking story here. In every report, the underlying message is there. Unsaid, but there. Arizona’s HB-2779 is apparently a success and, it hasn’t even taken effect yet. We can only hope that more states feeling the social and economic strains of the largest illegal alien invasion this country has ever experienced, enact similar employer sanctions laws. The good news on the world stage is this. Hopefully Mexico will get a large part of it workforce back. Maybe, the majority of those returning will have been schooled in good ole American capitalism and have a desire to start businesses and opportunity in Mexico. Maybe, these returning Mexicans might be able to effect political change in their own corrupt government so that the might (as my Grandmother used to say) “bloom where they’re planted.”
I would like to thank each of you for all you have done this past year to support this endeavor of saving America. From the thousands of websites in the blogoshpere trying to keep America informed as to the illegal alien invasion and the corrupt political oligarchs allowing it to happen; to the millions of Americans who have blatantly shunned the propaganda spewed by the main stream media and sought out the truth for themselves. It’s been an eventful year for us all with many battles lost and even more won. Continue the fight in 2008 and we might just have America back someday.
Merry Christmas and a very Happy New year to you all.
Posted in Arizona, HB-2779, HR-1999, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, In a category all their own, news, North American Union, On The Frontline, politics, S-1348, S-1639, The Relentless Opposition
This is the “busy” season in my line of work and I’ve been back on twelve hour shifts, seven days a week. It’s nice to have today off. Back to six, ten hour shifts on Monday. I’ve obviously been to busy to post in recent weeks but I have made some interesting first hand observations regarding the employment of illegal aliens in Arizona.
As a few of you know, I work in the industrial construction sector. Most all of our job-sites are power generating stations across the United States. In Arizona, maybe because of recently passed laws, there are few if any companies working these contracts with illegal alien labor. However, Texas and California companies ARE working these contracts with an overwhelming majority of their workforce being unskilled low paid “residents” of these states. One of the journeymen I work with is hispanic and fluent in spanish. He has talked to many of the out of state workers who have told him point blank with no reservation that they are mostly from Mexico. It costs less than one weeks wages for the fraudulent documentation necessary to gain employment with these construction companies in Texas. For an additional fee, you can get your papers up front and pay later. Another worker told us that all he and his friends needed was a word of mouth referral from another worker to get on the payroll, and that the company gave you a month to get the fraudulent paperwork turned in to their office. He and his friends all hired on in San Antonio.
So there you have it. That is how some major industrial construction companies in Texas are hiring illegal aliens and providing them with a months wages to gain fraudulent paperwork to work and reside in the United States. In this case, Arizona. We were told that on this particular job, working for this particular employer, that easily eighty workers out of the one hundred and ten, were from Mexico and had hired on in the manner explained.
This is what President Bush and the political machines loyal to him have been promoting for the last seven years with your tax dollars. HR-1999, also known as the “Hope Fund Act of 2007″(Hope To Destroy America Act), sponsored by Rep. Ruben Hinojosa-TX dist. 15 who sits on the Committe Of Financial Services, and co-sponsored by Rep. Ed Pastor-AZ dist. 4, who as chance might have it has a nice cushy top tier seat on the Committee Of Appropriations. And of course there is Rep. Rick Renzi-AZ dist. 1 (probably still being questioned by the FBI for corruption allegations), Rep. Silvestre Reyes-TX dist. 16, (a handy friend for La Raza being as though he heads up the Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence and sits on the Committee On Armed Services). And lets not forget Rep. Barney Frank-MA dist. 4, who just so happens to head up the Committee On Financial Services. Talk about stacking the deck. <sniff, sniff> Smell that? The stench of political corruption and inside deals are overwhelming in this piece of legislation.
Federal expenditures already given to La Raza front organizations since 2000 average nearly 10 million dollars every year even without the additional 10 million anually proposed in HR-1999. If that were to become legislative law, we would then be giving a self proclaimed militant racist organization hell bent on taking over the southwestern third of the United States as it’s own, 20 million dollars a year, forever, to help them achieve their goal.
One must wonder about the underlying motive here. Does the Oligarchy in Washington really want to hand one third of the nation over to Mexico without a fight? Or is La Raza a useful idiot in it’s use as a pawn to create rebellion sufficient enough to broaden the appeal of a North American Union. History has shown the world that Mexico is altogether unable to form and keep a government, let alone a country. They have been in shambles since the Spanish were evicted from leadership. Benito Juarez brought his liberal ideals of pseudo-freedom to the people, and in turn, ruin to the country. The notion of a North American Union, is probably the last hope for Mexico.
While it is their best and last hope, it would be our greatest mistake. Ask any Canadian what they think of the idea. They’re not too thrilled with the prospect either. The only ones that benefit from such a move would be big business and finance, and of course our favorite and most protected third world country to the immediate south.
Posted in Arizona, HB-2779, HR-1999, illegal aliens, illegal immigration, news, North American Union, On The Frontline, politics, S-1639, The Relentless Opposition