As more people became dissatisfied with federal government controls and land grabs, it was inevitable that local law enforcement would eventually see the bigger picture.
At the northern California fairgrounds of Yreka last month, seven California sheriffs and another from Oregon gathered with a large group of citizens to say that they are finally going to do something about it.
In 2010 Rothschild Banking Cartel Threatened The USA With War If Congress Passed The Glass Steagall Act Taking Away The Banker‘s Ability To Make Investments Against The USA Citizens.
The Glass Steagall Act Would Have Also Nullified The Fraudulent Credit Mortgage Derivatives. This Treasonous Credit Debt Instrument Created Debt Out Of Thin Air And Enslaved The U.S. Citizen To At Least 30 Years Of Paying This Artificial Debt Off To Rothschild.
(CNSNews.com) – Arizona Sheriff Paul Babeu said the Obama administration’s decision to extend the deployment of 1,200 U.S. National Guard troops along the U.S. border with Mexico until Sept. 30 is “pandering” and that those numbers “fall far short” of what military power is needed to keep the country safe.
Babeu noted, for comparison, the 28,500 U.S. troops stationed in South Korea to help defend it against North Korean aggression; U.S. troops have been stationed in South Korea for 58 years.
Babeu is the sheriff of Pinal County in southern Arizona and is on the frontlines against illegal immigration, human traffickers, drug smugglers, and potential terrorists. He was named the 2011 National Sheriff of the Year by the National Sheriff’s Association on Sunday, June 19.
MEXICO BEHEADS MORE PEOPLE THAN ALL OF THE MIDDLE EAST COMBINED
The bodies of three men lie together after being placed in the back of a funeral home’s pick-up truck after they were killed by unidentified gunmen in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico, Sunday Dec. 5, 2010. At least 11 men have been killed this weekend as authorities say the battle for control of a fractured drug cartel is responsible for the rising violence in Acapulco.
In Afghanistan over 10,000 people died in violent attacks in 2010.
The Daily Times reported:
KABUL: More than 10,000 people, about a fifth of them civilians, lost their lives in violence in Afghanistan last year, an AFP count, based on official figures and an independent website tally showed on Sunday.