Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Sheriff Arpaio sends in armed forces to combat illegals.

It is about time that there is a sheriff in Arizona that will stand up against the federal government and proclaim that there is a problem on our borders and one that will not back down from the political correct crowd. Sheriff Joe Arpaio is sending in the troops by calling in helicopters and arming volunteers with guns to patrol the border. People don't realize, unless you are living on the border states, that it is a war down there. But more important that just the drug smugglers, is of the fact that for far too long, our country has been subject to millions of illegals invading our country and changing the racial makeup of our country, which then changes the political and culture landscape of our country. Our country is now beginning to reflect a third world country. Please read below and enjoy.

By Jim Meyers, from NewsMax

Controversial Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio isn't buying Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano's claims that the U.S.-Mexico border is safer.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio
So Arpaio has announced the launch of one of the largest crime suppression sweeps in Arizona's history, “Operation Desert Sky,” targeting drug-smugglers using desert corridors in his county.

The sweep will include the use of 30 aircraft patrolling for at least 30 days, armed posse members, drug-sniffing dogs, and SWAT teams equipped with M-16s.

“I don’t go along with the theory that the border is more secure than ever before,” said Arpaio, whose Maricopa County includes the Phoenix area, refuting claims by federal officials that crime along the Mexican border has dropped.

His assertion is backed by the nonprofit Center for Immigration Studies' Mark Krikorian who told Newsmax that Napolitano's statements are "political spin," and her defense of administration policies along the border is becoming “something of a laughing stock.”

Under Arpaio's plan, airborne spotters will report suspicious activity to deputies on the ground.

“Given the level of danger posed by the smugglers, deputies and qualified armed posse volunteers including the SWAT team will be equipped to respond on the ground with M-16s and other firearms including the Sheriff’s 50-caliber machine gun,” Arpaio, who has been called “America’s toughest sheriff,” said in a statement.

The operation follows the recent arrests of 207 illegal immigrants in the county and the seizure of some 36,000 pounds of marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamines in the past year.

Janet Napolitano
Napolitano said last week that security on the southern U.S. border "is better now than it ever has been."

But drug traffickers have now been using sophisticated technology to elude detection, including radio transponders installed in Arizona mountain ranges and solar-powered radios in the desert.

Lt. Steve Bailey, a Maricopa County sheriff’s deputy, said about the operation: “Isn’t it easier to go down here and get [drugs] on the road versus getting them after they’ve come into town?”

Arpaio's actions have riled some.

Human rights activist Salvador Reza told the Arizona Republic that the operation “will spend taxpayer dollars to put 30 pilots in the air and put everyone at risk by arming vigilantes with M-16s and machine guns, according to reports.”

But Arpaio said the operation will be funded from the $1.5 million the Arizona legislature has allotted to fight illegal immigration, and pointed out that posse members are unpaid volunteers.

Those volunteers are putting their life on the line, Arpaio noted, adding: “It’s a dangerous world out there.”

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Florida Judge Orders Use of Islamic Law in Mosque Case

Isn't diversity great. The liberals and many of the dumb john Q citizens talks how great diversity is and how it enriches our society. These are all code words of "isn't it great that our American country is reflecting that of a non-white country and non-Christian country." Well, here is another example of what happens when our beloved country no longer is a Christian country and begins not to reflect a White European country.

By Newsmax Wires

TAMPA — A Tampa judge is under fire after ruling that he will follow Islamic law in a case against a local mosque that ultimately could decide who controls $2.2 million in state money.

Hillsborough Circuit Judge Richard Nielsen said he will decide in a lawsuit against a local mosque, the Islamic Education Center of Tampa, " whether the parties in the litigation properly followed the teachings of the Koran in obtaining an arbitration decision from an Islamic scholar," reports.

"This case will proceed under Ecclesiastical Islamic Law," the judge wrote in his March 3 ruling.

The case stems from a lawsuit filed by several male members of the mosque who say that in 2002, they were unfairly and improperly removed as trustees, the site reported. The center later received $2.2 million from the state after some of its land was used in a road project, and who controls that money is part of the lawsuit. quoted the mosque’s attorney saying his client has appealed to the 2nd District Court of Appeal challenging Nielsen’s use of religion in the case.

"The mosque believes wholeheartedly in the Koran and its teachings," attorney Paul Thanasides said. "They certainly follow Islamic law in connection with their spiritual endeavors. But with respect to secular endeavors, they believe Florida law should apply in Florida courts."

Sen. Alan Hays and Rep. Larry Metz, Florida Republicans, filed legislation to prevent Islamic law, or any foreign legal code, from being applied in state courts, said.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Europe becoming non-white at an increasing rate

The following story is not a surprise to those within the white nationalist movement that have for decades been sounding an alarm that our sister European white countries were on a path to become non-white. This is just one of many stories that now is becoming pubic knowledge. It is happening to our beloved country in America. America is becoming more and more non-white due to massive illegal immigration and legal immigration, all for the most part coming from non-white countries. As a result our culture, heritage, laws, and people are looking like a typical third world country. Just look at Detroit or any major city within the U.S., and the people and the city resembles that of a typical third world country. The same is happening in Europe.

reprinted from Pagamas media----------------

Europe’s population is shrinking and aging so much so fast that a major decline in European living standards is now statistically inevitable within the next 15 years, according to data contained in a publication titled “The EU in the World: A Statistical Portrait.” The 113-page report — published by the European Union’s official statistics agency known as Eurostat — shows that Europeans increasingly are relegating themselves to the global margins, as their relative share of global wealth and trade shrinks. The main culprit is the refusal by Europeans to produce more children.

Eurostat estimates that the world’s population reached 6.9 billion people at the beginning of 2010. Asia accounts for more than 60 percent of the total (China, 20 percent and India, 18 percent). By contrast, the European Union’s 500 million people account for 7 percent of the world’s total population, and the United States with its 320 million inhabitants currently makes up 5 percent of the world total.

But the Eurostat data also show that while the world’s population increased by more than 130 percent since 1960, Europe’s population increased by only 25 percent during that same period, and will peak in 2025 before embarking on a permanent downward trajectory. By comparison, the U.S. population increased by 70 percent over the past 50 years and is expected to continue growing at a healthy pace well beyond 2050.

The report also shows that most of Europe’s population growth over the past decade has been due to mass immigration from mostly Muslim countries, and not to natural population growth by native Europeans. The data show that Europe’s population growth due to net immigration (the difference between immigration and emigration from an area) was more than twice the rate of natural population growth.

By contrast, Eurostat data show that America’s total population growth over the past decade has been more than four times greater than the rate experienced by Europe, and natural population growth has consistently been more than six times higher than the European rate.

At the same time, the Eurostat data show that Europe’s population is aging at a rapid rate. This will increase the old-age dependency ratio to unsustainable levels in the near-term future. The old-age dependency ratio shows the level of financial support for the retired population (aged 65 years and over) provided by the working age population (those aged between 15 to 64 years).

More specifically, the Eurostat data show that the European Union had a 26.1 percent old-age dependency ratio (population aged 65 years and over as a percentage of the population aged 15-64) in 2010, a figure that is forecast to jump to 31.5 percent in 2020, 38.7 percent in 2030, 46.1 percent in 2040, and a whopping 50.6 percent in 2050. According to Eurostat: “The EU-27’s old-age population will increase to such an extent that there will be fewer than two persons of working age for each person aged 65 or more by the year 2050.”

By way of comparison, the United States had an old-age dependency ratio of only 19.4 percent in 2010, a figure that is forecast to rise to 24.9 percent in 2020, 31.7 percent in 2030, 34.0 percent in 2040, and 35.1 percent in 2050, well below every single EU country.

Consider Germany, which currently ranks as the most populous country in Europe and the fourth-biggest economy in the world (China recently leapfrogged Germany to become the world’s third-largest economy). According to projections by the German Federal Statistics Office, the German population is forecast to shrink by as much as 20 percent by 2060.

Germany’s population of 82 million in 2008, the largest in the European Union, will decline to between 65 million and 70 million over the next five decades. By 2060, 34 percent of the population will be older than 65 and 14 percent will be 80 or more, up from 20 percent and 5 percent, respectively, in 2008.

The number of pensioners that will have to be supported by working-age people could almost double by 2060, the report says. While 100 people of working age between 20 and 65 had to provide the pensions for 34 retired people last year, they will have to generate income for between 63 and 67 pensioners in 2060, it says.

The German statistics office’s projection assumes a birth rate of 1.4 children per woman through 2020, an increase in life expectancy to 85 years for men and 89.2 years for women by 2060, and net immigration of 100,000 people per year.

“While the number of older people increases, fewer and fewer people will be of an age at which they can work. This will have consequences for the social security system,” the report says.

“Germany will clearly decline as an economic power, especially in comparison to up-and-coming nations such as China and India,” reports the Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging.

Demography matters so much that it will cripple Europe by 2050, according to a new report published by HSBC, the London-based banking group. The 46-page publication titled “The World in 2050: Quantifying the Shift in the Global Economy” projects that many European countries will drop out of the top 30 most productive nations by 2050, to be displaced by a host of emerging economies with higher birth rates.

“The small-population, ageing, rich economies in Europe are the big losers. Switzerland and the Netherlands slip down the grid significantly, and Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Norway and Denmark drop out of our Top 30 altogether,” HSBC says. “This may have implications for the ability of these economies to influence the global policy agenda,” HSBC says. “Already, Europe has been forced to concede two seats on the IMF’s executive board in order to make way for some emerging economies.”

More importantly, Europe’s social welfare economic model faces a radical reconfiguration and will cease to exist in its current form in 2050, the report says.

By contrast, the Anglo-Saxon economic model is forecast to fare well, and the United States and Britain, with highly favorable demographic outlooks, will be relatively successful at maintaining their positions.

Although China (at $24.6 trillion, constant 2000 dollars) is forecast to snatch the top spot from the United States ($22.3 trillion), according to HSBC, China will not come even close to matching U.S. living standards: Americans will be three times richer than the Chinese in 2050.

Britain at $3.6 trillion also fares well, slipping just one rank to sixth place but pulling far ahead of Italy and France, and almost displacing Germany as Europe’s biggest economy, according to the HSBC forecast. This is mainly due to Britain’s healthy fertility rate (1.9), compared with Germany (1.3), Italy (1.4), and Spain (1.4).

Another report predicts that Britain will see its population increase over the next 40 years at a far faster rate than nearly every other European country. According to a publication titled “2010 World Population Data Sheet” produced by the Population Reference Bureau, Britain will see its population swell from 62.2 million today to 77 million in 2050, an increase of 24 percent. This will make Britain bigger than France, projected to be 70 million and Germany, which is forecast to have 71.5 million citizens.

In an essay titled “Eurabia?,” the British historian Niall Ferguson writes that the world is about to witness “the greatest sustained reduction in European population since the Black Death of the fourteenth century.”

Ferguson continues: “With the median age of Greeks, Italians, and Spaniards projected to exceed 50 by 2050 — roughly one in three people will be 65 or over — the welfare states created in the wake of World War II plainly require drastic reform. Either today’s newborn Europeans will spend their working lives paying 75 percent tax rates or retirement and ‘free’ health care will simply have to be abolished. Alternatively (or additionally), Europeans will have to tolerate more legal immigration.”

But where will the new immigrants come from? “It seems very likely that a high proportion will come from neighboring countries, and Europe’s fastest-growing neighbors today are predominantly if not wholly Muslim,” Ferguson observes.

In fact, the number of Muslims in Europe has grown from 29.6 million in 1990 to 44.1 million in 2010, according to a new report titled “The Future of the Global Muslim Population.” The survey, produced by the Washington, D.C.-based Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, projects that Europe’s Muslim population is projected to exceed 58 million by 2030.

Mass immigration from Muslim countries is already transforming European society in ways unimaginable only a few years ago, and debates about the integration (or lack thereof) of Muslim immigrants are heating up in countries across Europe (here, here, and here).

Some analysts argue that what ails Europe is not primarily a crisis of demography, but rather a crisis of spirit. In an essay titled “Troubled Continent,” Michael Novak, a scholar at the Washington-based American Enterprise Institute (AEI), writes: “The Europe that is declining in population is a Europe more rational than Europe has ever been, more scientific, less religious, less pious, more mundane, wealthier, more consumerist, more universally close to living etsi Deus non daretur (as if God does not exist).”

Novak believes that in their blind pursuit of reason, secularism, and materialism, “European elites have done their withering best to empty Europe of its Christian spirit. They have swept Europe clean just in time for the rapid rise of a rival faith prolific with children, vitality, passion, and confidence in long-term victory.”

Viewed from this perspective, Europe’s demographic decline reflects a crisis of confidence in the future: The lack of faith not only in tomorrow … but also in God … begets hopelessness. And without hope for the future, one is less likely to want to bring children into the world.

In any case, the nineteenth-century French sociologist Auguste Comte once warned that “demographics is destiny,” words that seem highly prescient in the context of contemporary Europe.

Soeren Kern is Senior Analyst for Transatlantic Relations at the Madrid-based Grupo de Estudios Estrat├ęgicos / Strategic Studies Group.

Monday, March 7, 2011

Wisconsin teachers ruining the children

reprinted in full ---------

Public employees ruined Rome. In the 2nd century BC, the general Marius wanted to turn Rome’s citizen army, then a troop of part-timers, into a professional fighting force. To entice men to sign up for lengthy stints far from home, Marius promised his soldiers cash bonuses and — more importantly — land on which they could settle after their terms expired. It was one of the world’s first government pension plans.

Unfortunately, Marius’ reform turned out to be a recipe for civil conflict and, eventually, economic collapse. Roman soldiers began to look to individual generals, rather than the state, as their benefactors, and began to serve for financial reward rather than patriotic duty. Roman military leaders were forced to promise more and more public resources to maintain the loyalty of their troops, until one day there was no more money — by the 3rd century AD, the army cost more than tax receipts collected, an unmistakable sign that the end was near.

Public employees are now ruining the American republic, though our malefactors come not from the army but from the legions of unionized workers laboring in government service. For decades, public-sector unions have used their influence to help elect their own bosses and demand lavish pension and health care benefits. The result is 44 states facing an estimated budgetary shortfall of $125 billion.

Wisconsin is just one state finding that the cost of its employees exceeds its tax revenues. If something isn’t done to put the state’s finances on sound footing, a $3.6 billion budget shortfall looms. Gov. Scott Walker is attempting to do just that. Among other things, he’s asking his state’s unionized employees to contribute more to their health and pension plans. Those workers, especially teachers, responded with massive protests against Gov. Walker and his plan.

The average salary of a Milwaukee public school teacher is $56,500. But factor in the enormous benefits packages, including health care and pensions, and the annual average compensation is $100,005! In spite of such well-compensated instructors, and per-pupil spending higher any other Midwestern state,two thirds of Wisconsin 8th graders cannot read at a proficient level, according to 2009 data from the U.S. Department of Education. Twenty-two percent, or nearly one in four students, cannot even read at a “basic” level. True, that is slightly higher than the national average — but what a pathetically weak average it is! An atrocious 30 percent of 8th graders nationwide are “proficient” readers.

In spite of this dismaying record, Wisconsin’s teachers had the temerity to walk off the job en masse in protest of Walker’s proposals, flock by the thousands to the capitol in Madison, and force the closure of schools throughout the state. Of course, though they declined to teach while protesting their right to bankrupt the state, they were still collecting their salary. As reported by the MacIver Institute:

In Madison, the school district was closed for three days after hundreds of teachers engaged in a mass sick-out so they could attend protest rallies at the State Capitol. That could cost the district $2.7 million […]. If all the teachers in Milwaukee and Madison are paid for the days missed, the protest related salaries for just the state’s two largest districts would exceed $6.6 million dollars.

American public-sector workers have become more loyal to their unions than to the state, just as Roman soldiers became loyal to generals instead of the Senate. It’s the corruption that comes, and always will come, when one class of citizens is given privileged access to the public purse.

Matt Patterson is senior editor at the Capital Research Center and contributor to Proud to be Right: Voices of the Next Conservative Generation. His email is

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Wis. Senate orders arrest of 14 AWOL Dems if they don't return

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's Senate Republicans have voted to order police to bring their AWOL Democratic colleagues back to work by force if they don't return by late afternoon.

The 14 Democratic senators escaped to Illinois two weeks ago to avoid voting on Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to take away nearly all collective bargaining rights from most state workers. Their absence has prevented a quorum and blocked passage of the bill.

The state constitution doesn't allow for senators to be arrested simply for not showing up.

But Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says the resolution passed Thursday allows police to take the Democrats into custody under Senate rules and only if they are in Wisconsin.

Senate Democrats disagree about what's allowed under the chamber's rules and are consulting with lawyers.