Shocking Images Show Corpses of Illegal Immigrants Left to Die After Border Crossings

David Martosko, Daily Mail (London), August 1, 2014

Dead bodies of illegal immigrants are turning up in south Texas as Central Americans pour across the U.S.-Mexico border, and a veterinarian who ranches cattle 70 miles from ground zero has the photos to prove it.

Dr. Mike ‘Doc’ Vickers of Brooks County, Texas showed some of the grisly images to MailOnline, all of them far too grotesque to publish unedited.

One picture shows a corpse propped up against a tree near his ranch in Brooks County, his eyes missing and dried blood cascading down his shirtless body.

‘This guy, obviously, had to lay down up against that tree, and that’s where he died,’ Vickers says in interview footage provided exclusively to MailOnline by documentary filmmaker Chris Dugard.

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Falcons native to the Rio Grande river valley ‘plucked his eyes out before he was dead,’ the animal doctor concludes. ‘He bled out through his eyes, which tells me that he was probably in a coma but they were eatin’ on him before his heart stopped beating.’

Dugard is working on a sequel to his 2007 documentary, ‘Border,’ which made a splash on the film-festival circuit years before illegal immigration swelled to what President Barack Obama now concedes is a ‘humanitarian crisis.’

When he filmed ‘Border’ in 2005, he said, ‘we had to go out and find illegal traffic.’

‘This time it found us.’

He screened his film on Capitol Hill back then, telling members of Congress that children were becoming pawns in Mexican drug cartels’ smuggling operations into the U.S. homeland.

‘I am not surprised to find immigrants dying 70 miles north of the border,’ Dugard told MailOnline, but ‘I am surprised that nine years later it is still a secret to most of the American people.’

‘The Federal Government has long known about this,’ he said, ticking off Texas and Arizona counties where human remains are continually turning up.

‘Local officials who deal with collecting the bodies are so overwhelmed financially that the cost of coroner inquests on each case is dramatically affecting their budgets.’

Vickers, 64, told MailOnline on Wednesday that since 2012 his organization, the Texas Border Volunteers, has counted 259 dead bodies in his native Brooks County alone, including those of children.

‘And we’re probably only finding 20 per cent of them. A lot of people die out here.’

‘We find a hell of a lot of women,’ he said. ‘Three of the last ones who have died on my ranch have been women. We found a dead 12-year-old boy on my neighbor’s property.’

Some have the good fortune to find Vickers and his crew.

‘We’ve rescued some small children, quite a few,’ Vickers recalled. ‘One boy, 11 years old, was left behind 8 or 9 miles off the highway. He had no idea where he was.’ The border volunteers gave him water and arranged for U.S. Border Patrol agents to pick him up.

‘I’ve seen families out in my front yard under a tree,’ he said, ‘with little bitty toddlers with them.’

The group of about 300 amateur patrolmen go out in teams of up to 40 armed men at a time for 4- to 5-day patrols, reporting to Border Patrol agents and Texas Rangers on where the immigrant traffic is heaviest.

In nine years of scouring south Texas, no shots have been fired.

The closest U.S. Border Patrol station, at Falfurrias, Texas, is about 4-1/2 miles from Vickers’ 1,000-acre ranch.

An official in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency confirmed that in the month of June more than 4,000 illegal immigrants were apprehended at or near that checkpoint.

About 82 per cent of them were so-called ‘OTM’ border crossers–‘Other Than Mexican.’

More than 400 were children.

The federal government doesn’t keep statistics on how many dead immigrants’ bodies are recovered, the DHS official told MailOnline.

He conceded to MailOnline that ‘we don’t know how many people are dying without reaching us, just like we don’t know how many people are making it past the checkpoint without being detected.’

Most come from Central America and pay human traffickers known as ‘coyotes’ between $5,000 and $8,000 each to be smuggled into the United States.

Many don’t make it alive.

‘The fact is, they’re all homicides,’ Vickers said. ‘These people pay coyotes who are affiliated with drug cartels big money to be brought here and dropped off at the checkpoint. And they go through our private property to avoid detection.’

‘And the coyotes, a lot of times, by the time they get to the checkpoint, or even north of the checkpoint, run off and leave them. And you know, they’ll point at a light up north, one of those radio towers, and say, “Just keep walking toward that tower. Houston’s 20 minutes away”.’

Houston is a 280-mile drive from Falfurrias.

‘They’ve already duped them of their money,’ he explained. ‘And then some days later they’re still walking around in circles up here with no water. And you know, a lot of them die.’

‘A lot of coyotes don’t leave them, but they put them on a fast pace. We’re talking 3 to 4 miles per hour, through all this deep sand and all this brush, and real, real treacherous terrain. And if they can’t keep up, they’ll beat on them a little bit and tell them, “We’re just going to leave you here to die.” And they do.’

Vickers, a small-time cattle rancher who spends most of his days as a veterinarian caring for his neighbors’ livestock, will play a significant role in Dugard’s next movie.

In the filmmaker’s footage, Vickers shows a photo he took of a gang-tattooed drug runner who was armed but dehydrated when the Texas Border Volunteers stumbled onto him, near the point of death from heat exhaustion.

‘We actually saved this guy’s life,’ he said.

‘After we got the “pistolero” treated, we went another 300 yards and found this guy,’ he says, pointing to a picture of a badly decomposed corpse. ‘He wasn’t so lucky.’

Dugard also saw an Urdu-to-English dictionary that Vickers picked up near his ranch, dropped by ‘a coyote leading a group of Middle Easterners into our country.’

And Chinese immigrants, paying up to $50,000 each to be smuggled into Ecuador and then into the United States, are now numerous enough that the federal government has added Mandarin translations to signs at emergency stations dotting the Texas border region.

But it’s those ‘OTM’ aliens, especially the hundreds of unaccompanied minors crossing every day along the length of the U.S.-Mexico border, who have turned illegal immigration into relentless front-page news.

The flow is ‘four times what it was in 2011. A four-fold increase,’ says Vickers.

He agrees with Republicans in Congress who point fingers of blame at President Obama, who declared in 2012 that the federal government would no longer pursue illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children before 2007.

He also championed a bill called the DREAM Act–failed legislation that aimed to offer those immigrants permanent residency if they graduated from high school.

‘When Obama started talking about the DREAM Act, and this and that about the DREAMers, I mean it was like, overnight we started seeing hordes of these teenagers coming in from Central America,’ Vickers told MailOnline. ‘I’ve got pictures of them.’

‘I mean, big groups–20, 30, 40 at a time. We were encountering them and getting Border Patrol to pick them up. And right off the bat they’d tell us, “Hey, we’re going to be able to go free. Mr. Obama is going to let us stay. He said we could come.’

‘He started talking about the DREAM Act and all of that stuff in 2012,’ the veterinarian said, ‘and here they come.’

Dugard showed MailOnline a brief interview with an illegal immigrant, an 18-ish young man from Tequila, Mexico who said he had paid a coyote $5,700 for safe passage to the U.S.

Asked if Obama is communicating to people south of the border ‘that it is possible to find work in the United States,’ he chewed his gum and replied, ‘Uh-huh.’

Dugard also claimed transnational drug traffickers ‘are taking big time advantage’ of Obama’s 2012 mini-amnesty. ‘They have been planning for this for the last two years.’

The deluge of unaccompanied minors, he said, have occupied so much of the federal government’s resources near the U.S.-Mexico border–allowing for only sparse apprehension of gun and narcotics smugglers.

‘Before the tidal wave of women and children hit the border,’ he told MailOnline, ‘cartels say they were getting about 50 per cent of their personnel across. Since Border Patrol has been hit with this wave of human shields, cartels are now claiming to get up to 90 per cent of their people across.’

Dugard also showed MailOnline exclusive interview footage with a 27-year veteran of the U.S. Border Patrol who left his job because of the changing conditions on the ground.

‘I retired early because I was told I had to release a group of criminals because they may be DREAM Act people,’ the agent says, his face shielded because he feared reprisals.

‘I just could not see releasing these people who were convicted of crimes back into American society. I voiced my opinion. I was told basically to just shut up and do what I was told.’

Two members of the Texas congressional delegation, both Republicans, reacted with anger when MailOnline showed them a set of five photos of dead border-crossers.

‘How many precious lives must be needlessly lost, women raped, girls forced into sex trafficking or people trapped into the drug trade before the Obama administration stops luring them here with continued grants of amnesty, legal status, work permits, and benefits?’ asked Rep. Louie Gohmert.

‘Democrats don’t care that Obama’s rhetoric is getting people killed,’ Rep. Steve Stockman added.

‘They come here specifically because they believe Obama will give them amnesty. Democrats are willing to let illegals risk their lives just so Democrats can have a wedge issue to agitate their liberal base before an election.’

Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, the Democrat who represents Brooks County, told MailOnline that illegal immigrant deaths in Brooks County are ‘a stain on the American way.’

‘I say this because so many lives could have been saved if we had a Comprehensive Immigration Bill in place,’ he added.

Hinojosa didn’t say how passing legislation favored by the White House would save lives, but insisted that ‘better immigration laws for our country’ would ‘hopefully prevent migrant deaths.’

He said relatives of the dead have visited his office. ‘I have heard their painful stories of not knowing what happened to their loved ones, and my heart aches for them.’

‘My office has worked with Brooks County officials on trying to find federal funding to help them identify and bury the dead.’

Vickers said no local or county government in his part of Texas has received any federal reimbursement for those costs. And he’s not impressed with how his congressman is responding.

Hinojosa ‘wants open borders,’ he said. ‘He tells his constituents that “I’m going to do whatever my president tells me to do.” Not what his constituents want him to do.’

For the mild-mannered vet, the buck stops in the Oval Office.

‘All this blood we see out here is on Obama’s hands.’

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  • D.B. Cooper

    Oh well. All of this can be avoided if you kindly keep your behinds in your own country.

    • Jim

      My exact same sentiment.

  • MekongDelta69

    Don’t cross our borders illegally.

    Problem solved…

    • Erasmus

      Such pictures no longer bother me. I see the suffering of my fellow Americans, left behind by our “leaders” in Washington, and my compassion for a bunch of mojados is all tapped out. I love my family and my community. For them I reserve my compassion, not for the burglar trying to break into my home.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Good place to study effects of elements on human bodies saturated by ingested habanero sauce over the course of a lifetime.

      • Shawn_thefemale

        My husband and I have recently had this same conversation.
        For over half a century I have seen and heard non-stop of various Aid to Africa campaigns, with absolutely zero improvement or advancement in the conditions of any of the countries in the continent to show for them. The ethnic and religious (term used loosely) fighting in the Middle East has continued for over two thousand years despite never-ending ‘attempts’ to bring about a peace. Someone in America is feverishly giving away our country through every means available: sending every possible job out of our country while actively and by intentional neglect bringing in every possible leech and/or criminal from around the world and rewarding them in the process.
        All this while manipulating, ignoring, cheating, robbing, taxing, belittling, misleading, and lying to law-abiding legal citizens of this, [formerly] our own country.
        The injustice and the insane amount of money of all this costs me me makes me froth at the mouth and go postal. Thus, I no longer have the energy or the interest to concern myself with anything or anyone outside of my little corner of the world. I’m not proud to say this, but there is no room in my brain to give a flying fig for anyone but those law-abiding legal citizens of this, [formerly] my country.

        • Erasmus

          One of the main arguments for off-shoring the economy was that as the Chinese became richer they’d become middle-class and politically liberal. Yet, I wonder, if anyone asked the next question: What happens to a country politically and socially, when its middle class is pauperized?

          We are not rich like we were 20 years ago. We cannot afford to take in millions of poor low-skilled people. Continuing to take in more 3rd-world trash only drives us closer to bankruptcy. The criminals in Washington might have no problem with that, mainly because they can insulate themselves from the harm they’re doing to the country, but as a responsible American who loves his family, I will be goddamned to hell before I decide to remain silent in the face of the clear and deliberate betrayal our “leaders” now are foisting upon us.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    Mass third world “immigration” to western countries is really a large-scale, elite-sponsored and corporate-driven human trafficking operation. Western governments are modern-day slave traders who rely on a steady supply of fresh human meat for their profits.

    • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

      You and I preach the same message. Gates, Zuckerberg, et. al. are trafficking in wage slaves. More and more are getting the message. What to do about these creeps and their pal Warren Buffet is unclear, but these “philanthropists” would have been taken to the woodshed and given a good whuppin by my ancestors in the south.

      • M&S

        The same thing that was done to Kennedy in Dallas sir.
        Big waaaah. Designated memorial/monument building period (see: Space Program) as a brief ‘carry on their dream’ period and then all would collapse in relief as the heroic missionary zealousness abated without the messianic leadership the hysteria would pass.
        The problem is that they are only a small part of the Globalist Crusade and their replacements would be from far off places impossible for us to reach.
        To resolve the issue with transnationalism as the non-acknowledgement of racial differences in pursuit of a globalized world regime would require an open acknowledgement that we live in a hostile world very much jealous of WHAT as much as who we are and looking to strip us of our very genes as the goose to go with the golden egg.
        We lack the stones to live with the reputation which would go with that and so prefer to RAH sit and await our own genocide rather than inflict pain and suffering on those who want to destroy us by invasion.

    • Bossman

      You’re correct but not that you care that the undocumented migrants are the new slaves. They keep wage inflation low and the USA Dollar strong and stable.

      • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

        They and H-1bs also keep wages low. I have not worked in my old field as a chemical engineer in 14 years. It’s a good thing I don’t care anymore.

    • Germanicus

      If only the well-healed culprits could feel the sting of just and, if it again becomes a sane society soon enough, lawfully sentenced penalty. The business and political traitors–already anticipating the anger they have created by what they have done–will evermore desperately try to avoid such justice and will use their considerable influence to punish us first. They will “double down.”

  • Luca

    If they are making a documentary about dead illegal immigrants, I hope it hits every theater in Mexico, Central America and China.

  • journey

    “Hinojosa didn’t say how passing legislation favored by the White House would save lives, but insisted that ‘better immigration laws for our country’ would ‘hopefully prevent migrant deaths.’” Close the borders and deport, so all this expensive whining can stop.

    “‘All this blood we see out here is on Obama’s hands.’” Blacks cannot even govern or take care of themselves when let out on their own. So, somehow a miracle is going to happen once one finally occupies the WH and other higher offices. Now, the next wave is the Hispanics. These two groups are the lowest on the IQ scale. So unbelievable! Like we are in
    Twilight Zone.

  • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

    My ancestors operated under the philsophy that “the only good injun is a dead injun.” That belief system seems horrifying racist to moderns, especially to women. But that was life in those days–kill or be killed. My own belief system has evolved to the point that “the only good messcan is a dead messcan.” Thus, let the heat, dearth of water, and rattlesnakes do their job.

    • Paleoconn

      Shhh, Michael is Injun. Kidding, he’ll appreciate the context of your story.

      • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

        In those days, you never saw an injun until it was too late.

        I pass for white, but I can still move very quickly while making no noise. At night, there is nothing better.

        One of my great-grandmothers was sold to a railroad man when she was 10. She waited for him through the latter half of the Civil War. They were not married, as nobody would have married a white and an Amerind at that time. He got her pregnant when she was 12, and she had three kids by the time she was 15.

        • LHathaway

          I don’t know about your great grand mother but if you read the stories about the West, the frontiersmen thought they had to be polite and good Christians. No doubt that idea was fueled in part by some kind of white supremacy idea also. I read one account where they welcomed some Indians into their community and everyone knew that the Indians would try to kill them, but they let them in anyway, to save face apparently. The more things change the more they stay the same. Kill them the Indians did. The beaurocrats would just send out more settlers and make reprisals when it was necessary, arming the Indians themselves make them able to fight in the first place, apparently.
          The only difference between then and now is that they are running out of whites to take out place and our numbers are actually declining.

        • Paleoconn

          You mean she was a slave? I thought only blacks (and White indentured) were sold as such. I know the Cherokee owned black slaves but nobody mentions this, only Whitey ever owned slaves after he invented slavery and no Whites were ever slaves, ever.

          I’m excited about reading some Comanche history. Real badasses.

          • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

            She was his wife.

          • LHathaway

            I believe all 5 civilized tribes owned black slaves.

        • Alexandra1973

          One of my ancestors (look up Francis Small, Kittery, Maine) was friends with an Indian chief. From what I’ve read, some rogue members of that tribe were going to kill him instead of paying what was owed, the chief warned him and compensated him.

          That was on my grandfather’s side. My Amerind ancestry comes from Grandma’s side. :)

  • Dave4088

    “Rep. Rubén Hinojosa, the Democrat who represents Brooks County, told MailOnline that illegal immigrant deaths in Brooks County are ‘a stain on the American way. I say this because so many lives could have been saved if we had a Comprehensive Immigration Bill in place,’ he added.

    No. Ruben Hinojosa is stain on the American way and a blight upon this country. Had our treasonous representatives not abandoned our Euro-centric immigration policies, then mestizos like Hinojosa would still be in Mexico living out his days in a mud hut.

    • Erasmus

      Don’t you just love how mojados, like Hinojosa and Luis Gutiérrez, slam the US, which has given them everything, but never bother to criticize the failure of almost every Latin American country?

      • journey

        Their very true sincere reasons are to steal from whites known as eternal handouts. This especially applies to the two racial groups, blacks and Hispanics.

        • Erasmus

          Someone told me if you want to see gerrymandering, look at the map of Luis Gutiérrez’s district.

          • journey

            It’s happening national = have to get the second racial group, Hispanics into seats of power to more quickly collapse this country.

  • Who Me?

    ‘All this blood we see out here is on Obama’s hands.’

    Obama doesn’t give a rat’s behind about a few hundred or a few thousand dead Mestizos. There’s always plenty more to come here and do the job he has planned for them–the extermination of the White native-born American. (whom he also hates.)

  • Someone

    Corpses left to die? Aren’t corpses already dead?

    • Pro_Whitey

      Those particular corpses were zombie corpses, apparently.

  • Bossman

    The corpse leaning against the tree reminds me of a story that I read about escaped slaves hiding in the woods. Those escaped slaves would usually have a bell around their necks to prevent them from running away but if they ran away and died in the woods, the bell would ring when the wind blew preventing the scavenging birds from getting at them.

    • LHathaway

      Your comments are often funny. I believe there was a time or two when I wasn’t sure your posts were meant to be a kind of satire. Your comments provide a dilemma when it is time to use the ‘like’ button beneath them.

      • Bossman

        I try to be funny sometimes. My posts are always based on facts even if it may look like satire to some people.

        • Erasmus

          You’re always funny, even when that’s not your intent.

        • LHathaway

          Come-now, surely your posts are intended to be a kind of satire?

          • Alexandra1973

            Really. Anyone who can say what Bossman says with a straight face is either extremely clueless or smoking something.

    • journey

      “a story”! How funny.

  • Bossman

    The blood is not on Obama’s hand. It is on the hands of all those mean-spirited Republicans who want free trade with Mexico and Central America but are not willing to relax migration rules for those countries.

    • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

      We already have an immigration process and a visa lottery that actually favors non-white immigrants from Third World countries. These hordes of greedy brown pigs break the law coming here, and then continue breaking the law after they are here: driving drunk without licenses or insurance, sex assaults, sex assaults on children, drug sales, car theft; the list is a lengthy one. About half of the inmates in the federal and many state prison systems are illegal aliens, and they don’t get sent to the big house for simply being on the wrong side of an international border.

      Finally, what on earth gave you the notion that these invading parasites really come here to work? If they were any good at working, Central America wouldn’t be in the miserable shape it’s in. The biggest construction project in that part of the world was the Panama Canal, and we Gringos had to do the work for them. A competing sea-level canal through Lake Nicaragua will be built by a Hong Kong-based construction company (I think this is a serious mistake, as sea snakes will enter the Caribbean and damage commercial fisheries there). Another competing plan, building a railroad for handling container cargo, from Colombia’s Pacific coast to the Caribbean looks likely to be built by a mainland Chinese firm. There’s plenty of work at some 3,000 maquilladora factories south of the border; these account for something like 45% of Mexico’s exports. They don’t need to cross the border for employment at one of these. The invading greaseritos come here to mooch government handouts for which you and I are forced to pay, not work.

      • Bossman

        It is not as simple as you describe it. You paint them with too big a brush. They are still the majority of migrant farm labor. As for the Panama Canal, the U.S. wanted only white U.S.workers for those jobs. But it turned out that white men couldn’t stand the heat and the misery of the working conditions. The managers finally turned to a Caribbean black labor force to do the work and most of them died by the thousands from yellow fever. By the end of the project, U.S. doctors had brought the problem of mosquito-born diseases under control. There will be more international trade in the future so those countries may become rich and important.

        • journey

          Nothing moves very fast without white brain power.

  • Caucasoid88

    Oh, no. Now I feel all guilty inside. Not. Let’s breed more Texas falcons.

  • IKUredux

    Don’t care if they die. Don’t care about them at all. They mean absolutely nothing to me. I root for the flies on African children. I care nothing for refugees from anywhere. Unless, they are Whites from South Africa. But, oh wait, Whites from South Africa can’t be refugees! NOPE. Because, there is nothing wrong with the black rule of that country and to say differently and admit the Whites are being slaughtered by the thousands, well, than. that would make you a racist. Well, guess what? I am a RACIST. And, you know what? I was forced into becoming one, I had NO other choice. The reality is now that Whites are being genocided. PERIOD. There is no question about this, the rest of the world is nothing but jealous. Yeah, let’s call it jealous. As opposed to rabid hatred of your racial superiors.

  • Nonhumans

    I have zero sympathy for these failed invaders trying to embrace Obama’s Treason. I only wish their deaths sent a better message to other potential invaders.
    .
    We do not want you here and you are NOT welcome!!

  • Alexandra1973

    Where are they getting $5-8K? That’s more than enough to pay off my credit cards!

  • IstvanIN

    Worrying about dead Central Americans is like feeling sorry for the guy who gets stuck in a chimney while trying to break into a building and dies there. Shouldn’t have tried to break the law.

  • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

    ‘all this blood…is on Obama’s hands’

    Perfectly stated, but also includes all American citizens who will be killed by violent crimes and DUIs perpetrated by these invaders and their offspring. However, rest assured, culprits like Barry, Nancy, Harry, Warmonger Flyboy, Howdy Rand Doody, Speaker Coppertone, VP Arrested Development and Secretary Dead Ambassador will likely stay as fat and as happy as engorged pulsating tics enjoying an endless blood meal.

    • M&S

      Whose hands is Obama on then?
      I am all for identifying and separating from your enemies as it is a necessary precursor to the Armed Camp status by which physical separation (or war) follows.
      But there is too great a tendency for us to use hate-symbols as voodoo dolls into which we stick needles to feel ‘all better’ as the focal point of angst release.
      Obama is there because a majority of Americans put him there.
      A majority of Americans put him there because there were no Republicans who could stand against the cult of personality by bringing up uncomfortable subjects like origins and education and racial policies of the benevolent despot.
      ALL of the above is _our fault_ for allowing institutions which make Obama possible.
      What we have to do is decide whether it’s possible/appropriate to fix the present system or necessary to wrap it wound a telephone pole at 90+ and then walk away from the smoldering heap.

      • http://tmasierrahills.blogspot.com/ tma_sierrahills

        “ALL of the above is _our fault_”

        Obviously it is not all Obama’s fault. We all know that we have the choice between the Cultural Marxist Party and the Stupid Cowardly Party. If the GOP had some backbone and actually ran a conservative, NOT ‘Conservative Inc’ or Neocon, they could at least win a few more national elections. But the flood of third-worlders since 1965 is the most important reason why Obama won. Most White voters did not vote for him. As the invasion continues, there will be more Obama-like presidents–the first Hispanic! Asian! Muslim! Gay with gay partner! All will increase the size of government and its many programs. This is the reason why the Obama regime is an occupation government. It is importing more and more of its own people while using native citizens as taxpaying milk cows to finance their own dispossession. We know that all this gets a lot of liberal White votes. Feel free to go over to Huffington’s, The Atlantic or Newsweek and try to talk some sense into them.

        • M&S

          TMA,

          We have the institutions we do, not because we deserve them as the best that money can buy but because the existing framework doesn’t allow for things like yearly referendums to make voter recall easy.

          Nor restrict lobbying and require open books campaigning on a fixed platform to force candidates to make their positions known so that failure to do what they say they will makes the referendum easy to decide.

          We cannot elect simple folk who know the reality of racial differences from having lived amongst them because we will not create fixed budget environments where all candidates are equal and everyone can truly make a serious run through eloquence of open debate.

          We don’t pay our Congressmen enough to be loyal or capable or /satisfied/ with 1-2 terms of wealth build that lets them retire happy to have been a part of things rather than become power mad goons who won’t let go. This, in combination with bought candidacies through the two party funding system, results in a steady turnover of idiots and celebrities getting jobs which should be reserved for people with serious corporate training in handling the flow of billions.

          We don’t insist upon divided budget authority so that Presidents don’t have to endrun Congress to get what they want through illegal Executive Orders and Congress cannot stymy a President with good ideas by refusing to fund them in their early phases or through selective favoritism as testbeds for certain states.

          We craft legislation requiring things like non-deficit driven budget spending and then refuse to enforce them, making the law and the time spent pushing it through the legislative process worthless.
          At the same time, we have a system in which EVERYONE can dump their pet pork onto bills which should pass clean and easy yet come out smelling like a bad case of spoiled bacon because vote shopping brings bad ideas as the corruption of compromise.
          We refuse to acknowledge that the depth of knowledge required for modern legislative crafting in any given complex subject makes essentially everyone a novice who is not an expert in the field. At the same time we refuse to accept that we are not the backwoods buffoons, whose sole literary awareness of a larger world comes from The Bible and who are at least a fortnight out of current events. As the basis of an opportunity for something closer to direct democracy. Failing to acknowledge that our opinion might well be better than that of our easily bought representatives we also do not think to create a restriction system which requires a Q&A quiz covering every weeks testimony and debate to affirm voter eligibility through not just literacy but comprehension of the subject material at hand.
          We refuse to even schedule debate as the eligibility of topics for national hearing, so that government cannot become overly large serving the interests of State run commerce and internal rule.
          These are the kinds of things I want to see in a post-U.S., white rule, homeland for our people. I do not want to repeat what has gone disastrously wrong here. Because it is clear that democracy is not for everyone and yet democracy must -involve- everyone who can possibly be a party to it’s consequences because nobody will save us from bad decisions if we don’t help ourselves.
          The people who brought this miasma upon us did not do so in 1965 but in 1787 with a system that has always favored the rich over the sane and is now anachronistic and broken because of it.
          And yet BOTH those groups are beyond hurting or helping us now.
          It is time we stopped pretending that the four times-flawed (Stimulus, Medical Insurance, refusal to end the SWA Wars or secure our borders, trillions more in debt) president’s reelection was a foregone conclusion because…race.
          We are NOT outnumbered by blacks (13%) even blacks and Hispanics (13%+25%). Not yet.
          We are outnumbered by women and by liberal males and the young, splitting our own votes, 70-30, against us.
          We didn’t put forward candidates willing to call this man on his many and blatant Consitutional errors and his blundering fiscal policies. Nor bring up the BRA effects of ACORN and the Justice Department scandals.
          WE elected that man for a second term. And if it was because the Republicans could not push forward an alternative, less offensive, candidate then that too is _our fault_ because it is OUR party to do something with.
          Even if that something is _walk away_.
          There have been a whole host of crowd sponsored projects to get various software and engineering ideas off the ground. I would offer that it is past time for The Next Great Thing to be a political party not unlike that of UKIP and for conservative whites to put their money where their mouths are in standing it up.
          That would be a start. That would be a fork in the road beyond which success would vest us back in the game. And failure or refusal would give us the necessary impetus to walk down a path towards internal separation leading to enclave status and secession.

  • Texan1st

    The guy pictured above will miraculously find his way to the polls in November. Even death can’t stop’em.

  • http://independent-british-nationalist.blogspot.com/ British Activism

    It is good to see the “morality” tables being turned on the so-called “do gooders” and pro-immigration crowd.

    If people are to “talk” about this and take a stand against this, the element of shaming the proponents of amnesties, lapse borders, and all the rest, is going to be a powerful one.

    For too long the opponents of this never ending stream of people have been made out to be the heartless ones, the cruel ones, the ones who ought to be shamed.

    That is why it is interesting to see an article that is finally showing quotes and opinions as to why the advocates of this are to blame for people trafficking, murderous crime cartels, prostitution, and the deaths of many men, women and children – some of which seem to be having their eyes pecked out whilst still alive.

    Shame on them, shame on them all. This is why a strong, forceful, immigration and border protection force is required. Don’t let them forget it. Anybody who remains in favour of these “migrant camps” and all the rest of it should be treated with disgust and with blood on their hands, not the humanitarian angels they wish to paint themselves as.

  • ElComadreja

    A pity every single one of them doesn’t end up dead. Pictures of dead black and brown scumbags gladden my heart. F**k them.

  • Alexandra1973

    As much as I dislike our chump chimp in chief, Obama’s not making them jump our borders. Encouraging them, yes, but not making them.

    • IstvanIN

      And now he is flying them to Alaska. Because that is the most convenient place to house them until deported? No, because they are a fifth column being strategically placed for a final putsch.

      • http://oddhammer.com/tutorials/debt_clock/US_debt_clock_dynamic.swf John Barleycorn

        the gun will be loaded and the bullet plates installed . . . .let the games begin

      • Alexandra1973

        I’ve heard there’s a huge detention center/concentration camp near Fairbanks. Don’t know if that means anything…but that’s the first thing that came to my mind.

  • http://www.europeanamericansunited.org/ Johnny Empire

    No sympathy. At all.

    • Erasmus

      Jealousy. Blacks and Latinos hate whites because even with the best that they produce, their culture will never measure up to European or even to most Asian cultures. They are angry because it’s us the rest of the world wants to be, never them.

      They have to tear us down, because they can never build themselves up enough. They are actors in the play our European forebears wrote. They are actors on the stage they built.

  • Bossman

    Those bells were attached to iron collars around the neck and soldered into place. How could they be removable without special tools? I don’t think you understand much about anything.

  • Bossman

    The South certainly didn’t want it to end. That is why there was a bloody Civil War that killed thousands.

    • Alexandra1973

      The War Between the States was not just about slavery.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    You’d also think that people would be smart enough to refrain from crossing the Sonora desert in the middle of the summer, but apparently the lure of government handouts funded by US taxpayers is a bit too strong for these greedy brown pigs.