The Burning of America...One illegal alien fire at a time!
Horseshoe 2 fire becomes 5th largest wildfire in Arizona history HEADLINE:
SW area issues warning for firefighters working near US/Mexico border 6/2/2011
According to the Arizona Central:
[snip]In what seems to be an annual occurrence, the Southwest Geographic Area has issued another “Safety Alert” with the subject: “US – Mexico Border Fire Operations Safety”. Saying the border area has become “increasingly dangerous” to firefighters, they listed in the two-page document some watchout situations:
As the Horseshoe Two Fire in remote southeastern Arizona has grown, so has its cost - $19 million so far.
The fire, now the sixth largest in Arizona history, has consumed 66,290 acres and firefighters say it will grow because the rugged terrain has made it an additional challenge to contain it. The terrain has meant additional transportation costs such as helicopters to move people and equipment.
The Rodeo-Chedeski Fire remains the largest in Arizona history and cost $43 million.
Documented in the archives of TheTownCrier are the many fires in California, and the Pacific NW ignited by illegal alien drug cartels. Alone, one of the largest, the La Brea, consumed 88,000 acres in California.
Investigators revealed that the La Brea Fire was started by a cooking fire in a marijuana drug trafficking operation.
This image provided by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department shows an encampment believed to be the origin of the La Brea Fire in Santa Barbara County. Photo: AP
Headline: AZ Rancher: Illegals Have Set 11 Fires in the Last 3 Years
The Tucson Citizen reported:
Ed Ashurst is a rancher who lives over by the Chricahua Mountains in eastern Arizona. Here is a commentary he wrote on Sunday May 15th about the huge fire that is burning down the countryside over there:
There Are No Cool Heads in Portal
By Ed Ashurst
[snip] Portal, Arizona is a beautiful place. Located in the mouth of Cave Creek on the eastern slope of the Chiracahua Mountains, it is not much more than a hole in a road, which continues west to the town of Paradise, and eventually ascends to the top of the mountain at a campground located at a spot called Rustler Park. The small populace of Portal is partially made up of retirees, wealthy enough to own a piece of the pricey land; not a few who could be described as liberal academics. A short distance up the canyon is The Southwest Research Station of The Museum of Natural History. This area, and the Chiracahua range as a whole, is the best example of neo-tropical bird habitat in the United States. It is the home of: the greater and lesser long-nosed bat, the famous trogon, the so-called “endangered” spotted owl, and hundreds of other rare species. It is bird watcher’s paradise. It is burning down.
About a week ago, what is now being called Horseshoe Fire #2 was started by illegal aliens in the area of Burro Springs near the headwaters of Horseshoe Canyon. Border Patrol agents tracked four aliens to the very start of the fire. The first Forest Service fire fighters to arrive at the site observed the same tracks. Horseshoe Fire #1 was started near the same spot almost exactly a year ago, also ignited by illegal aliens. In the last 3 years alone no less than 11 fires have been started by illegal aliens in the Chiracahua Mountains and the adjacent Peloncillo Mountains. No less than 120 thousand acres have burned. The cost to the American taxpayers to fight these fires is nearing $70 million. The U.S. Forest Service itself admitted that Horseshoe Fire #1 cost in excess of $10 million to fight.
AND, this little TIDBIT!
Feces & Urine Problem In Downtown El Paso
Posted on Fri Jun 3 http://www.ktsm.com/news/feces-urine-problem-in-downtown-el-paso ^
EL PASO - It's disgusting, unsanitary and it's going to leave you shaking your head. Migrant workers have turned a Downtown El Paso alley into a gigantic toilet.
Human urine stains the walls and feces is piled up in an alley that's just blocks away from the Convention Center and other tourist hotspots.
"If they don't let you go inside, you have to go anywhere. That's why El Paso is like that," Roberto Miranda said.
Miranda is a migrant worker. He sleeps outside of the Farm Workers Center, like at-least one-hundred other people, and he waits for work in the early morning hours. The disgusting alley is around the corner from the center. Miranda admits the migrant workers us it as their personal toilet.[snip]