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  • Testimony of The Honorable Larry A Dever on Border Security ( Rape Tree )

    07/13/2010 6:47:28 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 7 replies
    Official Senate Documentation ^ | March 1st, 2006 | Sheriff Larry A Dever
    (First paragraph second page) The people smuggling culture is one marked by little if any value of life or respect for persons or property. This is reflected in their response to authority and their treatment of their human cargo. One study estimates that over 80% of people being smuggled into this country become the victims of criminal activity before they ever cross the border. And in many cases the atrocities continue even after they successfully enter. Smuggling routes are often marked with "rape trees" - women's under garments hung on tree limbs where a rape occurred, warning everyone of the...
  • Trashing Arizona: Illegal Immigrant Waste Dumps (with Pics)

    06/11/2010 7:03:10 PM PDT · by BuckeyeTexan · 41 replies · 1,979+ views
    Tucson Weekly ^ | 04/02/2009 | Leo W. Banks
    Prowling these border dumps provides the equivalent of a graduate-level seminar on what illegal immigration really is, and as importantly, what it's not. We know the crossers are a religious bunch, because of the Catholic medallions, statues and Bibles they drop, and we know they're superstitious. The litter almost always includes garlic cloves: Illegals hang them from backpacks in the false belief that the scent will keep rattlesnakes away from their campsites. Some call illegal aliens "undocumented," but the truth is they have documents falling out of their pockets, literally. Examine the ground, and you'll find driver's licenses, birth certificates...
  • The Many Contributions To America, by Illegal Immigrants (Video & Photos)

    05/20/2010 6:20:44 AM PDT · by Korah · 16 replies · 1,162+ views
    ChicoER Gate | 5/19/10 | Chuck Wolk
    The citizens of Arizona would like everyone who plans on boycotting them, to come on down and see the great contribution the Mexican Nationals and other illegal immigrants have blessed the once drab looking Sonoran Desert with. So why not take a vacation this summer and stroll on down immigrant Highway to see for yourself all the wonderful abstract works of art that they have left for us to enjoy. After all, Obama and the Democrats want us to believe that these innocent immigrants have contributed a lot to America. Well, I think that every liberal who desires to boycott...
  • BORDER - Rape Tree Segment

    09/16/2009 6:51:53 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 15 replies · 1,134+ views
    A sobering excerpt from an astonishing documentary on border security and illegal immigration...BORDER. www.bordermovie.com
  • In Our Backyard - If only McCain and Kennedy lived on ranches in southern Arizona.

    05/11/2006 6:05:41 AM PDT · by Fury · 30 replies · 9,189+ views
    National Review Online ^ | 05/11/2006 | Leo W. Banks
    May 11, 2006, 6:10 a.m.In Our BackyardIf only McCain and Kennedy lived on ranches in southern Arizona. By Leo W. Banks I know how to kill the McCain-Kennedy immigration bill and the illusions that inspire it. We need every citizen to spend a day at John and Pat King's Anvil Ranch in southern Arizona. The experience would create an overnight revolution in America's view of this domestic crisis.The Kings live every day with barking dogs, vandalism, guns at their bedside, trash on their land, and most tragically, human remains. The bodies of seven illegals were found on the 50,000-acre...
  • The Botany of Illegal Immigration

    08/26/2005 8:06:25 PM PDT · by garybob · 22 replies · 7,871+ views
    Alabama Minuteman Support Team ^ | 8/9/2005 | Mike Vanderboegh
    There is a new kind of tree growing out west. Botanists have yet to decide how to classify it. Politicians and the major media seem to want to ignore it. The sight of one is enough to make weathered old cowboys who thought they'd seen everything in life break down and cry. Not many people have seen these trees, for they grow in out of the way places in the southwest desert along the border with Mexico. But those who have seen them are haunted by the memory. In an era of free trade agreements and politically correct euphemisms for...