14 February, 2012

Government-Sponsored Citizen Militias to Patrol Arizona?

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, Mexcrement, Mexico, Mexinvasion, militias, racism accusations, Socrates at 12:15 am | Permanent Link

Jew #1: “Oh, my G_d! This can’t happen. This will legitimize citizen militias!”

Jew #2: “We’ve spent years brainwashing the public into thinking that militia members are neo-Nazis, and now this happens. Oy veh!”

Liberal woman: “I refuse to live in a hate state! I’m going to move to California. Or Massachusetts.”


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  7. 13 Responses to “Government-Sponsored Citizen Militias to Patrol Arizona?”

    1. Miller Says:

      Oi veigh.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      Liberals would rather be flayed alive than admit that the USA has a serious mud invasion problem. Even if a couple of filthy beaners have the liberal’s family tied up in the house while the beaners ransack the place looking for things to steal, the tied-up and gagged liberal would attempt to say out loud “Just because they’re undocumented immigrants doesn’t mean they’re more prone to criminal activity than anyone else! That’s just a mean-spirited stereotype!”

      Then the beaners slit the liberal’s throat and burn the whole place down. So be it.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Liberals are the biggest phonies ever. They pretend to believe that Mexiscums are just as intelligent, creative, hard-working, etc as humans. But what they really want are little brown people to wash their dishes, mow their lawns and scrub their toilets. In reality, liberals and other enlightened idiots are advocating the creation of a huge, permanent underclass of brown-skinned servants and menials.

      So, it turns out you liberals aren’t so enlightened after all, eh?

    4. ty grant Says:

      It is time that so many volunteers have now the legitimate access to funding. Far too long there has been many problems that have stemmed from the illegal immigration of non whites into our land(s). Thought this may seem a non issues as America is the land of opportunity(?). Up till now we have lived in an age were the Joo has been force feeding large populations with anti white sentiment sot these people are not just coming here to work but they are coming here with very hardened prejudices already in place.
      This is a great victory for all who have been fighting for the justifiable war against the numerous numbers of very stupid people who can’t make their own country work. I applaud all the efforts and all the work they do. the legislation is a great jumping off point and hope to see all the border states adopt the same policies then turn over the national guard to the states and not have them serve in endless wars for Israel!!!
      Thank You.
      Thank You VNN
      Thank You all!!!

    5. fd Says:

      Government sponsored militias don’t pass the laugh test. The original militias kept the governemnt in order. How about independent militias with no government interference.

    6. Arkan Says:

      If it isn’t sanctioned by the state, it’d probably be deemed terrorism.

    7. Luke Says:

      Meanwhile, according to yet-to-be confirmed sources, sales of Preparation H hemorrhoid relief ointment are soaring in local retail and drug stores located in the New York City and South Florida heavily jewish communities.

    8. shabbos s shabazz Says:

      The militia is not part of the state- it is just ordinary people joining for self-defense- especially against the state.

    9. Sgt. Skull Says:

      I’m sure jews across America nearly choked on their morning bagels after hearing this news while liberals spat out their herbal tea. Abe Foxman and Mark Potok were probably sobbing uncontrollably.

      This is positive news but not sure if it’s cause for too much excitement. After all, once these militias detain the mexcrement they will turn them over to the feds who more often than not do absolutely nothing on orders from Obongo and Janet Reno Jr. of the DHS.

    10. bjt Says:

      Hummm what we need here is varmint controll, you know,
      Like scalp hunters.
      Find a well hid local and just wait, wetbacks will show up.
      Volinteers wanted, bring your own weapon’s!!
      This is guaranteed to stop boarder hopping, but not
      too soon this would be fun.
      Oh well it is nice to think about.

    11. Tim McGreen Says:

      bjt, I enjoyed reading your attempt at Haiku.

    12. Bigduke6 Says:

      Will get some good ‘ol boys with pickup trucks and ax handles and chase them varmints back to mek-ee-ko.

    13. Andei the Angry Ghost Says:

      I don’t like mestizoes, but this browned-skin spic wacked one of his own ZOG agents, so if “ever i meet up” with the 5’1″ Ezequiel, i buy this brown-skin mischievous little stinker a shot or two of some good tasty tequila!….

      Federal agent opened fire during job discussion

      By AMY TAXIN and GREG RISLING Associated PressThe Associated Press

      Friday, February 17, 2012 8:44 PM EST

      LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — It had all the ingredients of workplace violence: a manager, an angry employee, a discussion about job performance and at least one gun.

      But in this case, both people were federal agents. And when gunfire erupted in a government office building, a third agent drew his handgun and took out the shooter, helping save the manager’s life.

      Investigators on Friday were still piecing together the details of Thursday’s chaotic scene at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Long Beach.

      The confrontation apparently began during a discussion involving Kevin Kozak, the agency’s second-in-command for the Los Angeles area, and a lower-ranking supervisor agent named Ezequiel Garcia.

      At some point, the discussion escalated, and Garcia pulled out his weapon and fired. Kozak was hit six times, in the upper torso, legs and hands. He was hospitalized in stable condition but was alert and talking.

      “He is a fighter, and I believe that’s why he’s alive today,” said Claude Arnold, the ICE agent in charge in Los Angeles. “He refused to succumb to his injuries, and in law enforcement, that’s what makes the difference between people who go home at the end of the day and those who don’t.”

      After Garcia fired, a nearby agent drew his own gun and fatally shot the attacker. The third agent, whose name was being withheld, was placed on administrative leave.

      Arnold said he wasn’t aware of any issues between Garcia and Kozak. “We are doing everything humanly possible to understand why it happened and to ensure it will not happen again,” he said.

      A federal official with knowledge of the investigation told The Associated Press that Kozak had denied a request for an internal transfer request by Garcia. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the investigation publicly.

      ICE routinely reallocates resources in line with priorities, but does not disclose information about transfers due to security reasons, ICE spokeswoman Virginia Kice said.

      ICE Director John Morton said that he visited Kozak and his family in the hospital. “He is alert, he is stable and he is focused on his recovery,” Morton said.

      Morton also said he met with the agent who shot Garcia during the confrontation and described him as doing “remarkably well under the circumstances.”

      “This agent acted with extraordinary calm and took quick and decisive steps to deal with a very dangerous situation,” Morton said.

      “Both of these men came to work yesterday never imagining if they would literally be fighting for their lives, but that is exactly what in fact happened, and they were tested in a very dangerous way and showed incredible fortitude,” said Morton.

      Kozak began his career with Treasury’s customs bureau while Garcia started with the Justice Department’s former Immigration and Naturalization Service. Kozak has served in his current role since 2004, and Garcia was promoted in 2004 to be a supervisor within ICE.

      ICE, like other agencies that make up the Department of Homeland Security, has been torn by internal rivalries since it was created in 2003. There is sharp division between agents of the former INS and Treasury’s customs bureau. Employees identify closely with their old agencies and often resent when their supervisors are from the other side.

      Job responsibilities changed dramatically when ICE was created, said Julie Myers, who was the agency’s director from 2006 to 2008. Longtime immigration agents were forced to quickly learn responsibilities of customs officers and vice versa. The forced cross-training upset longtime employees who were set in their ways.

      “It was a forced combination, so that was difficult for a lot of people,” Myers said. “Things were not done the way they were always done. They were done differently, and it was tough.”

      Garcia was a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department after he and another ICE agent claimed they were roughed up by five officers while doing undercover work. A federal jury found in the police officers’ favor in 2005, saying they did not use excessive force against Garcia and the other agent.

      The Long Beach federal building, about 20 miles south of Los Angeles, houses ICE, the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Probation and Parole Office.

      Along with the FBI, the shooting was being investigated by ICE’s Office of Professional Responsibility and Long Beach police.

      Associated Press writer Shaya Tayefe Mohajer contributed to this report.

      Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.