What the illegals do as they cross the Mexican border

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Hey everyone out there!

We, in Arizona, know you’re boycotting us — but you really should come out here and see our Beautiful Sonoran Desert.

It’s just gorgeous right now! We know you’d love it and maybe you can share what you saw with the rest of the country so they can love it too!

This is on an ‘illegal super – highway’ from Mexico to the USA (Tucson) used by human smugglers.

This area is located in a wash, approximately 1.5 miles long, just south of Tucson, Arizona. If a flood came, all this would be washed to the river and then onto the sea!

It is estimated over 5,000 discarded backpacks are in this wash. Countless water containers, food wrappers, clothing, feces, including thousands of soiled baby diapers. And as you can see in this picture, fresh footprints leading right into it.

As we kept walking down the wash, we thought for sure it was going to end, but around every corner was more and more trash!

And of course the trail leading out of the wash in our city, heads directly NORTH to Tucson, then leads to your town tomorrow.

They’ve already come through here. Isn’t Arizona just beautiful, America?
Why would you boycott us???

Our desert has basically been turned into a landfill.

The trash left behind by people illegally crossing our border is another Environmental Disaster to hit the USA.

If these actions had been done in one of our Northwest Forests or Seashore National Parks areas, there would be an uprising of the American people…..but this is the Arizona-Mexican border.

You won’t see these pictures on CNN, ABC, NBC or the Arizona Republic Repugnant newspaper. Nor will they mention the disease that comes from the uncovered human waste left in our desert.

However, with respect to CNN, ABC & NBC, they do offer us “Special Reports” on cheating celebrity spouses….

This information needs to be seen by the rest of the country.

I add—-hunters organizations conduct ranch cleanups to maintain good relations with ranchers as we often hunt on their land. I have attended these cleanups in the past. One time we filled three large dumpsters just from one ranch. How would you like it if someone illegally came on your property and left this kind of mess. Dick
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13 thoughts on “What the illegals do as they cross the Mexican border

  1. Man that is just… and the part that pi**es me off about that is that when they get here, it doesn't stop. They leave a wreck everywhere, even when there are perfect opportunities to throw it in the dumpster, they would rather leave sh*t on the ground and forget about it. I understand across the desert when you are talking practicalities, but when you can do the right thing and you refuse to is when it turns from harmless to evil.

    1. I'm going to disagree with your last statement. Not the practicalities part, but the "harmless to evil" part. Polluting a desert is still harmful, and urban polluting isn't necessarily evil. I think it's part of the "culture of poverty", and people who can't see the world outside their own miserable and desperate existence. They take what they need, and shed what they don't. I see it as neither harmless nor evil, but a symptom of something very wrong with either society or humanity. It's also something we need to crack down on and stop tolerating. I would be ashamed to throw trash on the ground. Apparently these people have no shame. Like 'urban youth' who hate living in shitty neighborhoods, but have no problem tagging up the buildings.

      1. I strongly agree. I consider myself very sympathetic to people in poverty but I get frustrated when I see the gross disregard for one's environment with the litter that I see. Its all part of the sickness that is blight.

        I'm not totally critical of the graphers tho, because there are cases where it is very truly in the spirit of beautification.

  2. I have land (340 acres) with posted signs and purple painted fence posts all around the entire property. A purple post in Texas for those who don't know means no tresspassing. The signs are great targets and get shot up all the time, the posts don't. My land gets crossed sometimes by Illegals. They do not readie de English and don't care what color the fence is.

    Another common problem is that in hard to reach areas, drug dealers come into the property and plant pot fields. The DEA found one of those on my land I didn't even know was there. They flew over with a hellicopter and pow! all kinds of Texas rangers, sherriff's and feds everywhere, breaking into buildings and barns, where ever they wanted. At the time, the owner of the property on the deed was my father in law, an late 70's man in a retirement home. They paid him a visit. Once they saw him and talked to him they left in about five minutes. They wouldn't play dominos with him.

    The illegals pose a danger, and they steal stuff. We are not out there all the time and it is hard to control. If they never could get work here, then they would not come. STOP HIRING THEM!

    1. I understand the concept, but we have poured billions in to  Mexico. What has it gotten us? millions more illegals.Mexico does have resources and I get the feeling that the aristocracy spends too much on itself. Yes the people are in need of help, I am not unfeeling, or uncaring. Mexico had a lot of balls to come to our capitol and tell us to take care of their emigrants. bullshit. maybe give them 30-90 days of public project work and send them home.

      1. Well, no need to send good money after bad.

        But I'm less convinced that it was all that "good" in the first place.

        I suspect we are making a lot of money off of their drug war in terms of arms sales. And we are their biggest customer with respect to the product.

        1. We are the big customer because we (our government) want to perpetuate the huge arm of government for enforcement of a misguided law.go back to a pre-1937 system… Look at the success that Portugal is seeing after the eased the reins.  

          1. you mean on prohibition? yeah, no kidding.

            The worst thing is that this conjured a demon in the sense that: these gangs started out in support of mild stuff. Its been over decades that they've graduated into the hard stuff.

            Would the system in support of the hard stuff ever occurred without that path?!

            1. With us pouring billions in the pursuit of marijuana… think of the good we could do with that money.
              heck take half of the tax revenue after you legalize it to pay for a PROPER school lunch system and put kids on a better track early on.

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