Three counties in southern Arizona are so overrun with armed illegals that the federal government has signs up warning Americans not to tred. The Obama administration is effectively ceding the land to Mexico.
H/t beloved Fellows Anon, Tina, and Tom in NC!
Michael Webster of the ComingDepression.net reports on June 14, 2010:
Thousands of acres of the Sonoran Desert closed to Americans
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has closed large portion of Southern Arizona in and around the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge and all along the southern side of I-8 between Casa Grande and Gila Bend. This is 80 miles north of the Mexican border and its now off limits to American citizens!!
A reliable informant known to us as “Duck Hunter” has told the U.S. Border Fire Report that the Mexican Drug cartels now control large areas of Southern Arizona. According to the Pinal County Sheriff large areas in Southern Arizona are very dangerous and is off limits to U.S. citizens. Where is Congress and DHS in this new Mexican-American war that we seem to be losing?
According to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife this area is about 3500 acres in size. Our concern for public safety is paramount. The situation in this zone has reached a point where continued public use of the area is not prudent. The Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge has been adversely affected by border-related activities. The international border with Mexico has also become increasingly violent. Assaults on law enforcement officers, U.S. Citizens and violence against migrants have escalated in recent times. Violence on the Refuge associated with smugglers and border bandits has been well documented.
Many of these activities are concentrated at the border and inland for 80 miles. The concentration of illegal activity, surveillance and law enforcement interdictions make these zones dangerous. Closure is in effect until further notice according to Mitch Ellis Buenos Aires NWR Refuge Manager.
What is unfolding before our very eyes is exactly what an article in a 1982 edition of Excelsior, Mexico’s leading daily newspaper, “The Great invasion: Mexico Recovers Its Own,” had said [source]:
The territory lost in the 19th century by … Mexico … seems to be restoring itself through a humble people who go on settling various zones that once were ours on the old maps. Land, under any concept of possession, ends up in the hands of those who deserve it. …[The result of this migration is to return the land] to the jurisdiction of Mexico without the firing of a single shot.