War Erupts On Southern Borders
By Franke Schein—June 2010 Large parts of Arizona are under control of the Mexican cartels, and have caused the Pinal County Sheriff’s office to advise travel into or through the affected areas. Americans and Law Enforcement are routinely being attacked by heavily armed gunmen. Large weapons cache’s have been discovered south of the border, and from all the signs—it looks like the cartels are gearing up for an armed invasion of America. A full story can be read HERE
An anonymous contact within the California Minutemen has forwarded several pictures of the areas presently under their observation. These pictures show human trafficking, massive trash and refuse piles left behind by the illegal aliens, while other pictures show heavily armed gunmen walking with impunity on sacred american soil. Where are the Predator drones, the National Guard, and all of the multi-million dollar gadgets that the american tax payer bought and paid for? Why aren’t our vital borders being secured—when armed criminal gangs are waging a war against America on our southern borders?
Huge Military Grade Weapons Found In Nuevo Laredo, Mexico:
The Mexican federal police and select military units have discovered a large weapons cache across the border from Laredo Texas. These weapons include the following: 70+ M-16 Assault Rifles, 2 M-203 Grenade Launcher and One M-70 Grenade Launcher, 2 Barrett .50BMG Rifles, 3 RPG-7 Anti-Tank Weapons, 15 Handgun of both .45acp and 9mm, with approximately 7 magazines for each handgun, 15 (or more) AK-47 Assault Rifles, several shotguns, hand grenades, and 40mm HEAT rounds, and enough magazines to provide 10 for each rifle that was found. These weapons pose a grave and serious danger to every american living on those borders, as well as all law enforcement, border patrol, and anyone travelling through the affected areas. Only time will tell until the Mexican drug wars reach deeper into our cities—and americans begin to realize the encroaching danger that these violent drug cartels pose to each of us. Sentinel Command would like to take this moment to thank all the Minutemen for their patriotic duty to America. These guys are on the front lines everyday at personal risk to themselves, and without any pay or benefits. These are truly the first line warriors of America’s border wars today. We will bring you updates from that region as we receive them...
Predator Drones Might Be Used Against Americans if Congress has their way. WASHINGTON (AP) - Unmanned aircraft have proved their usefulness and reliability in the war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq. Now the pressure's on to allow them in the skies over the United States. The Federal Aviation Administration has been asked to issue flying rights for a range of pilotless planes to carry out civilian and law-enforcement functions but has been hesitant to act. Officials are worried that they might plow into airliners, cargo planes and corporate jets that zoom around at high altitudes, or helicopters and hot air balloons that fly as low as a few hundred feet off the ground. On top of that, these pilotless aircraft come in a variety of sizes. Some are as big as a small airliner, others the size of a backpack. The tiniest are small enough to fly through a house window. The obvious risks have not deterred the civilian demand for pilotless planes. Tornado researchers want to send them into storms to gather data. Energy companies want to use them to monitor pipelines. State police hope to send them up to capture images of speeding cars' license plates. Local police envision using them to track fleeing suspects. Like many robots, the planes have advantages over humans for jobs that are dirty, dangerous or dull. And the planes often cost less than piloted aircraft and can stay aloft far longer. Full Story HERE
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EDITORIAL: The U.N. gun grabber
Global Small Arms Treaty threatens your right to self defense American gun owners might not feel besieged, but they should. This week, the Obama administration announced its support for the United Nations Small Arms Treaty. This international agreement poses real risks for freedom both in the United States and around the world by making it more difficult - if not outright illegal - for law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms. The U.N. claims that guns used in armed conflicts cause 300,000 deaths worldwide every year, an inordinate number of which are the result of internal civil strife within individual nations. The solution proposed by transnationalists to keep rebels from getting guns is to make the global pool of weapons smaller through government action. According to recent deliberations regarding the treaty, signatory countries would be required to "prevent, combat and eradicate" various classes of guns to undermine "the illicit trade in small arms." Such a plan would necessarily lead to confiscation of personal firearms. Read Full Article HERE
California Stepping Up It’s Anti-Gun Laws (AGAIN)
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