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, Phoenix Civil Rights Examiner

December 4, 2011

Members of Nuestros Reconquistos, Take Back Aztlán, and the Aztlánian Brotherhood met at the Phoenix Public Library this morning to discuss a future movement for Latinos called “Occupy Aztlán.” It will start in Phoenix and eventually involve protesting in states originally owned by Mexico.

“Occupy Wall Street” has been such as success,” says Nuestros Reconquistos President Manuel Longoria. Latinos will create a symbolic similar movement that will remind Americans who originally owned Mexican lands occupied by California, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas and Oklahoma.”

Latinos plan non-violent protests in mostly upscale areas where rich White people live. Part of the demonstrations include door-to-door protests. “Occupy Aztlán” will start in January.



By Joshua Rhett Miller

June 22, 2011 –

Massive wildfires in eastern Arizona that have scorched 250,000 acres were probably started by Mexican drug traffickers or human smugglers, an Arizona sheriff told Fox News on Wednesday.








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An aerial photograph purportedly taken on June 12 of the area by American Border Patrol, an independent organization that monitors the border, claims the blaze actually started in Mexico and traveled upwind into the United States. Dever said that was an “accurate picture” of what occurred.

During a televised interview on Fox News, Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever said the most recent blaze — the so-called Monument Fire — was “man-caused” and began about a week ago near Coronado National Forest, where the border fence ends. Dever said the 4,700-acre park had been closed for days prior to the start of the fire.

“The bottom line is, there was nobody in the park [who] would’ve been there legally,” Dever said. “There were no vehicles, no nothing.  It’s a high-intensity drug trafficking and human smuggling area. We have scouts that hang out there all the time. They light signal fires, they light warming fires because it gets cold at night … There is nothing to indicate that there was any other cause. And the highest probability — not possibility — is that this is how this fire started.”

Mexican Drug Smugglers to Blame for Arizona Wildfire?

Federal authorities have said humans started the three major wildfires currently raging in Arizona, but it remains unclear whether illegal immigrants were involved. The second major blaze, the Wallow fire, is now 58 percent contained as of Wednesday after destroying at least 32 homes and burning nearly 828 square miles in eastern Arizona and western New Mexico since late May. The Horseshoe Two, meanwhile, is now 95 percent contained after scorching 348 square miles and 23 structures since May 8.

“It’s a man-caused fire,” Dever continued. “Whether it was a random campfire, a signal fire, a cigarette flung by a smuggling group, or arson, there’s no way to know at this point.”

An aerial photograph purportedly taken on June 12 of the area by American Border Patrol, an independent organization that monitors the border, claims the blaze actually started in Mexico and traveled upwind into the United States. Dever said that was an “accurate picture” of what occurred.

“There’s really only one likely source of this fire and that’s someone who was moving through the area illegally,” Dever told during a brief interview. “It’s evidence of illegal trafficking. It’s the result of illegal activity any way you look at it. It wasn’t naturally caused.”

Dever continued: “And this isn’t the first time. This has been going on for years. I’d ask anyone to present me another logical explanation.”

Jeff Olson, a spokesman for the National Park Service, told that the cause of the Monument Fire remains under investigation by National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service personnel.

Dever’s statements came just days after Sen. John McCain ignited a firestorm of his own by saying there is “substantial evidence” that illegal immigrants were to blame for the blazes. During a weekend news conference, McCain said undocumented aliens “have set fires because they wanted to signal others … and they have set fires because they wanted to divert law enforcement agencies.”

On Tuesday, following a barrage of criticism regarding those statements, McCain told NBC’s “Today” show he was “puzzled” by the barrage of criticism after his remarks.

“We know that people who come across our border illegally … that these fires are sometimes, some of them, caused by this,” he said. “I’m puzzled … that there should be any controversy.”

McCain said he was repeating information given to him during a recent briefing with federal officials.

McCain’s statements angered Roberto Reveles, the founding president of the Phoenix-based Hispanic civil rights group Somos America.

“It’s his constant refrain for everything that ails mankind,” he told the Associated Press. “It just seems like we have an epidemic of, ‘Blame it all on the illegal aliens, blame it all on the Mexicans.’ It’s amazing that the public doesn’t rebel against this type of scapegoating.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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by Hugh Holub on Jun. 03, 2011

The other night at a town briefing on the Murphy fire west of Tubac, the first question asked by the audience was “who started the fire?”

The answer was perfect government evasion…human caused and under investigation.

The audience laughed.

It is pretty much a given this time of year that any fire that starts around the borderlands is human caused. There is no lightning.

And since the fires seem to almost always start on known human and drug smuggling trails…it is not like hunters or hikers started the fires. This is not hunting season and it is too hot for American hikers.

The folks over in the Chiricahuas where the Horseshoe 2 fire is raging are convinced drug smugglers started that fire.

And the 6 or so fires we’ve had around Nogales are probably 99% certain to have been caused by illegal aliens or drug smugglers.

So why doesn’t the Forest Service admit that illegal aliens and drug smugglers are busy burning down the National Forest lands?

Is it because President Obama’s claims everything is just wonderful on the border would look false if drug smugglers were starting fires so their drug mules could sneak thousands of pounds of marijuana into the country?

Is it because Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano would look bad if the truth were that illegal aliens that got across the border where there is no border security were burning the country down as they passed through?

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FYI: Illegals in custody have already admited starting one of these wildfires

By Gordon Bishop
    Here’s is what America’s illegal, fraudulent “president” has done to America in the first half of his occupation of the White House (you won’t believe it!):
    If any other president had doubled the National debt, which had taken more than 2 centuries to accumulate, in one year, would you have approved?
    If any other president had then proposed to double the debt again within 10 years, would you have approved.
    If any other president had criticized a state law that he admitted he never read, would you think that he is just an ignorant hot head?
    If any president joined the country of Mexico and sued a state in the United States of America to force that state to continue to allow illegal immigration, would you question his patriotism and wonder who’s side he was on?
    If any other president had pronounced the Marine Corps, would you think him an idiot?
    If any other president had put 87,000 workers out of work by arbitrarily placing a moratorium on offshore oil drilling on companies that one of the best safety records of any industry because one foreign company had an accident, would you have agreed?
    If any other president had used a forged document as the basis of the moratorium that would render 87,000 American workers unemployed, would you support him?
    If any other president had been the first to need a teleprompter installed to be able to get through a  press conference, would you have laughed and said it’s more proof that he is inept on his own.
    If any other president had filled his cabinet and circle of advisers with people who cannot seem to keep current in their income Taxes, would you have approved?
    If any other president had stated that there were 57 states in the United States, wouldn’t you have had second thoughts about his capabilities?
    If any other president had flown all the way to Denmark to make a five-minute speech how the Olympics would benefit him and his home town (Chicago), then getting back on Air Force One to go wherever he wants to be, would you not have thought he was an egotistical jerk?
    If any other president had burned 9,000 gallons of jet fuel to go to plant a single tree on Earth Day, would you have concluded he’s a hypocrite?
    If any other president’s administration okayed Air Force one flying low over millions of people followed by a jet fighter in downtown Manhattan, causing widespread panic, would you have wondered whether they actually get what happened on 9/11?
    If any other p resident had created the positions of 32 “Czars” who report directly to him, by passing the House, Senate and Cabinet on much of what is happening in America, would you have approved?
    If any other president had ordered the firing of the CEO of a major corporation, even though he had no constitutional authority to do so, would you have approved?
    Once again, what is it about Obama that makes him so “brilliant and impressive?”
    Every statement and action in his e-mail is factual and directly attributable to Barack Hussein Obama.
    Every bumble is a matter of record and completely verifiable.
    “All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”
    Once again, all I can say is, “God Bless America?”
(Gordon Bishop is a ‘Who’s Who in the World’ national award-winning author, historian, syndicated columnist and New Jersey’s First “Journalist-of-the-Year”–1986/New Jersey Press Association, founded in 1854.)


Arizona Wildfire Atascosa Ranch


This photograph was taken on Friday, June 3, 2011.  Inside the center of smoke plume is  the Atascosa Ranch House, residence of David and Edith Lowell, in Rio Rico, Arizona.  Ten miles north of the Mexican Border. 

The Forest Service determined to allow this fire to jump Peck Canyon South and go up the North face of the Atascosa Mountains rather than attempt to control the fire, they are simply watching the fire now for four days rather than trying to fight it or control it. 

The North Lowell allotment grazing pastures went up in smoke the last three days and the Forest Service is going to allow the second allotment to go up today.  The Lowell’s will have to sell their cattle because there is no grass for them to graze on. 

The drums along the border say that Border Patrol jumped a group of 12 marijuana backpackers who intentionally set the mountains on fire to effect their escape.  Allegedly, between two and three of the illegal alien marijuana backpackers were apprehended and admitted setting the fire.  Also, one of these arsonists is reported to be on life support at a local American hospital. 

The beating drums also say that the Forest Service will not admit that the fire was caused by illegal aliens, only that it is human caused.  Some even wonder if the illegal aliens will be charged or just kicked back across the border.


The border is not secure, America is in jeopardy as are all residents along the Arizona Border.  Do not believe otherwise.


Zack Taylor, 

National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers
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Paradise residents again asked to leave due to Horseshoe II Fire




SIERRA VISTA — Residents of the small community of Paradise have been asked to leave their homes once again after a second evacuation order was issued by the Cochise County Sheriff’s Office Thursday evening.


A safety precaution, the evacuation was issued after dry weather and high winds pushed the Horseshoe Two Fire across Rock Creek Canyon and to the northeast, according to the Southwest Area Type One Incident Management Team.


As of Thursday morning, the fire remained at 80,500 acres in size and 75 percent contained.


Prior to the evacuation, crews on the ground continued with work to contain fire that crossed a fire line in the Saulsbury Saddle area.


Work was also being done to complete a six-mile containment line along Tex Canyon Road.

There are five permanent residents and 29 structures in Paradise, according to fire crews in the area.


Arizona Border Fire

PORTAL, Ariz. — It is a dramatic tale: that illegal immigrants being pursued by the Border Patrol started one of the nation’s largest wildfires, which has burned up more than 70,000 acres of national forest along Arizona’s border with Mexico since it began almost four weeks ago. But the authorities say that despite the tale’s being repeated often by some residents of the rugged countryside here, they do not know for sure if it is true.


”Sometimes you can find the true cause and other times you can’t,” said Bill Edwards, the lead ranger at the Coronado National Forest, who told residents at a community meeting on Tuesday night that the so-called Horseshoe 2 Fire was caused by humans but that investigators had not determined who caused it. “Everything else is speculation.”


Border security is such a dominant issue in Arizona that it pops up in many contexts, wildfires included. Because fires surge across the border, from Mexico to the U.S. and vice versa, fighting them presents added logistical challenges in this part of the country. Already this year, a particularly fierce one for fires, dozens of U.S.Forest Service firefighters have crossed over into Mexico with special clearances to try to control fires before they reach the United States.


The Horseshoe 2 fire began on May 8 in Horseshoe Canyon, well north of the border, but many residents still link the blaze directly to Mexico. They point out that most border crossings occur at night, when it is cold in the mountains and the migrants are likely to start fires for warmth. With the high winds, low humidity and extremely dry conditions in the forest right now, the likelihood of a campfire is especially great.


The story of how it started, so vivid in some accounts that it sounds as if witnesses were peering through the brush as matches were thrown, comes up often in conversations here and was repeated in an open letter that ranchers wrote to President Barack Obama recently, criticizing him as not adequately securing the border.


”You hear people talk about it like they were there,” said Helen Snyder, a retired biologist who settled here 25 years ago. “Some of them even say that the illegal immigrants that started the fire were being pursued by the Border Patrol and that they set the fire maliciously to get away. Now wouldn’t the Border Patrol have called in the fire?”


A Border Patrol spokeswoman referred questions about how the fire started to the Forest Service, which said that lightning had been ruled out but that the investigation was continuing.


”We have trained investigators who are trying to determine how it started,” said Dugger Hughes, the incident commander for the fire, who is based just across the Arizona state line in Rodeo, N.M.“It’s like any arson investigation. They look at burn patterns and they work it back to a tight spot to determine where it began.”


That spot is now marked on Forest Service maps with a red X, with shaded areas representing burnt forest extending in all directions. The fire is now 75 percent contained, firefighters said Wednesday, as smoke from controlled burns billowed up into the clouds.


Hughes acknowledged that relatively few suspects were located in wildfire investigations, but said that when they were found, they faced criminal and civil penalties, including the cost of the firefighting operation, which in the case of the Horseshoe 2 Fire exceeds $20 million.


”We know it was man-caused, and it probably started in a campfire,” Hughes said. “Do we have a suspect? No. And we can’t say it was an immigrant either.”


But some are saying just that.


”Who set the fire?” asked Ed Ashurst, an area rancher who is convinced that he knows. “It’s obvious. There’s a few people in America who don’t think man walked on the moon in 1969. To say that illegal aliens didn’t set the fire is like saying that Neil Armstrong didn’t walk on the moon.”


Ashurst acknowledges that his case is circumstantial. “Did anyone see the aliens drop a match or a cigarette?  No. But we all know who started this. Who else would be up there?”


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    On May 11, 2011 i attended the launch and conference for the ASU School of Transborder Studies (at the Tempe Arts Center). And, what is that you may ask? Think La Raza plus the New World Order all rolled into one and you’re starting to get the picture. 
     Below are some links related to the “Transborder Studies” initiative.
~For Liberty~
Harry – admin. Education Action Committee
ASU School of Transborder Studies:
High Brow La Raza and Indoctrinating for a Borderless America


The ultimate goal of programs like The School of Transborder Studies is to Indoctrinate and move the United States toward a North American Governance (Union) and then to an American Union and then combine with the European Union, African Union, other world unions and finally a one world government under the control of the United Nations and their various cooperative governments, organizations, committees and NGO’s.


North American integration refers to the process of economic and political integration in North America particularly integration of Canada, Mexico, and the United States.




My Summary on the Opening Ceremonies and Conference on May 11, 2011 of the School of Transborder Studies (by Harry Mathews)


ASU School of Transborder Studies


ASU President Crow gives opening speech for the launch of the School of Transborder Studies on May 11, 2011


Slide Show for School of Transborder Studies


Transborder Competitiveness Index (Economic Zone Which Straddles the Mexican /U.S. Border):


ASU North American Center for Transborder Studies


Indoctrinating a New Generation: “Think North American”


New center revives North America agenda

Presses Obama administration to advance continental integration


Directors of the North American Union Agenda


Marxist Critical Border Theory


CANAMEX Corridor and the North American Union


ASU Panamerican Initiatives


Portal For North America
Kwantlan Institute for Transborder Studies