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Saturday, July 17, 2010

Nazi militia patrolling the border

PHOENIX (AP) — Minutemen groups, a surge in Border Patrol agents and a tough new immigration law are not enough for a reputed neo-Nazi who is now leading a militia in the Arizona desert.

Jason Ready is taking matters into his own hands, declaring war on what he calls “narco-terrorists” and keeping an eye out for illegal immigrants. So far, he said, his patrols have found only a few border crossers, who were given water and handed over to the Border Patrol. Once, they found a decaying body in a wash, and alerted the authorities.

But local law enforcement officials are worried, given that Mr. Ready’s group is heavily armed and identifies with the National Socialist Movement, an organization that believes that only non-Jewish, white heterosexual people should be American citizens and that everyone who is not white should leave the country — “peacefully or by force.”

“We’re not going to sit around and wait for the government anymore,” Mr. Ready said. “This is what our founding fathers did.”
Read the rest here.

3 comments:

Matthew the Curmudgeon said...

I'll wager he doesn't comprehend what the Founders did.
Hey, personally, I don't recognize any person as a citizen who hasn't served honorably in the U.S. Military and Mr. Ready probably never did that either!


VETERANS RISE!

The Anti-Gnostic said...

These militias wouldn't exist if the US military did its job of defending the country's territorial integrity, like other countries' militaries do.

Wait 'til the Meso-American militias really get going in the southwestern US. That will make for some interesting NY Times' articles.

David said...

How does Robb Spewak juggle it all? Radio, podcast, father, now this?

I wonder if he will talk about it on the Mike O'Meara podcast?