Rally the LAW Abiding Tea Partiers AGAINST the LAW-BREAKING LDS LEADERS Who Are NOT Prophets or Apostles of God in a Condemned Church!
The LDS Church will repent and be cleansed AND THEN will be the PURE Gospel/church of God! The LDS scriptures warn and foretell of the corruption which would require "much restoration" to restore the pure knowledge of God (2 Nephi 3:24). The scriptures foretell that the pure knowledge that Jesus IS God the Eternal Father will cover the earth.
All blind-obedient sheep of Utah, plz read your scriptures to learn of WHY the Lord's House needs to be CLEANSED of false Prophet, Apostles, and even Bishops and their Counselors! D&C 64, 112, 124, etc. for their "follies and abominations." The false leaders telling the members to disobey laws against illegal aliens for their cheap labor in their multi-billion dollars businesses should WAKE YOU UP!
(Nov. 12) -- One Friday night at my home, a dear friend who runs a large charitable foundation raised his glass to toast the demise of the tea party, which he branded a group of racists, xenophobes and bigots.
Taken aback, I responded that to my knowledge the tea party is focused simply on more limited government and the reduction of government spending. I didn't know racism was part of the platform, I said. But he was adamant that the tea party's small-government rhetoric was an attack on low-income minorities.
Lost in the debate about the morality of the tea party is any discussion about its underpinnings in human nature.
The principle purpose of government is to provide the optimal conditions through which human beings can acquire their most important necessities -- the highest of which is dignity.
While governments provide many essentials for their citizens, from law and order to social services, from good roads to education, the one human essential that government cannot provide is human dignity.
The very premise of dignity is something acquired through personal effort.Dignity is the human aura that comes through self-reliance. Its underlying premise is independence. A dependent life is a fundamentally undignified life. Self-respect is earned through the sweat of one's brow. An heir to a great fortune may travel the high seas in a hundred-foot yacht and soar through the air in a Gulfstream V. But he will remain fundamentally bereft of dignity so long as he is living on someone else's dime.
The effort to recapture the dignity that springs from self-reliance is what the tea party, at its core, should be all about.
America's rapid rise to the forefront of global economic power was not an accident but the direct result of the cultivation of a fierce individualism and a rugged self-reliance on the part of its citizenry.
Where European populations were content to live under the dominion of anointed rulers, Americans threw off the yoke of a foreign sovereign and tamed a vast wilderness. A nation of immigrants arrived at these shores with nothing, spread their accomplishments from sea to shining sea, and in so doing made claim to a level of independence and dignity that had few historical precedents.
The welfare state claims a higher morality over capitalism, which it sees as selfish and materialistic. There is some truth to this claim, especially when capitalism is allowed to become soulless and deadening.
But for all its flaws, capitalism fosters an independence that promotes dignity, while socialism creates a reliance that subverts self-esteem. Yes, government must provide a safety net for a rainy day. But only self-reliance creates a sunny life.
I recently heard a philanthropist tell a story whereby he visited a soup kitchen that had asked for his support. He was skeptical that the people eating there were actually in need. Perhaps they simply came because the food was free. But the rabbi who ran the facility asked him, "Are you capable of asking someone for food?" The philanthropist answered that he was not. "Well then," the rabbi responded, "if someone is forced to ask me to eat I have to believe that they are truly hungry."
The story illustrates both the necessity of providing essential social services for those in need while always being mindful never to let that need become a permanent dependency.
My progressive friends speak to me about how a compassionate society takes care of its citizens. That is true. But it must also take care to ensure that it never robs its citizens of the nobility of spirit that is the birthright of every human being.
The tea party is far from perfect. But in emphasizing self-reliance, it taps into a hidden human desire to live a life crowned with self-esteem.
Fighting crime (Unsuccessfully) inside Utah’s undocumented immigrant population (Due to Church Leader's Political Interference!
By david Montero, The Salt Lake Tribune, November 22, 2010
West Point • The Jeep slowed to a crawl along the dark street and the driver killed the headlights before it even stopped next to the curb.
Rex Ashdown, squeezed into the passenger seat between a CB radio and a pile of jackets, pulled out his binoculars and scanned the targeted house — a tri-level.
Behind the wheel, Agent Rhett McQuiston cupped his hand over his cell phone to conceal the soft glow. He ducked slowly to his right.
“We’re in position,” he said quietly.
Ashdown called out what he saw — an SUV in the driveway. Two cars pulling into the garage. Minutes passed.
McQuiston idled the car to keep warm. The two talked in hushed tones.
Suddenly, there was movement.
Red taillights emerged from the driveway. Ashdown’s binoculars went up. One of the cars was on the move.
While Ashdown peered through his binoculars, McQuiston noticed heavy traffic two houses down. People were being picked up and dropped off right where agents planned to line up for the raid.
The plan the Attorney General’s SECURE Strike Force had been strategizing for more than a week suddenly seemed to be in jeopardy. During that time, they had carefully pieced together a case against a fake identification mill being used by and run by undocumented immigrants. They had already conducted a successful undercover buy, rehearsed the raid and were primed to go.
But now the neighbors were in their way, and the car from the targeted house was leaving — possibly with the prime suspect in it. Things seemed to be falling apart.
“Murphy’s Law,” McQuiston grumbled.
—Immigration » The debate over illegal immigration has been fought on moral grounds and legal grounds. Federal enforcement versus state enforcement. Much of the furor from those who support Arizona-style enforcement laws and a closely related bill proposed by Rep. Stephen Sandstrom, R-Orem, ties the issue to identity theft.
But while the debate rages, Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is getting ready to make a pitch for continued funding for the SECURE Strike Force — a collection of agents who investigate major crimes committed by the undocumented.
It launched in June 2009 and is financed by a two-year $1.2 million grant from federal stimulus funds.
Shurtleff said the federal money was a one-time appropriation, and he’ll need to get the state to fund it through 2012. To continue, he needs about $400,000.
Because he’s used only about half of the money, he’d like the state to “buy into the program” for the future.
“This seems like a good time for it,” Shurtleff said. “A lot of people are calling for enforcement, and this does just that.”
The strike force is viewed by Shurtleff and others as a practical alternative to Sandstrom’s proposed bill, which would require local law enforcement to check legal status under “reasonable suspicion” in the course of another crime or infraction.
Since it started, the strike force has arrested more than 100 undocumented suspects engaged in crimes ranging from manufacturing identities to illegally selling drugs and guns.
The strike force works closely with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers to bring down rings of criminals operating within Utah — though ICE primarily works in a supporting role by identifying the legal status of those arrested.
Supervising Special Agent Leo Lucey said the sophistication of the criminal activity has grown exponentially since they started, and they’ve had to employ new tactics and recruit new undercover officers to keep making successful busts.
Right now, Lucey and the unit are focused on the tri-level house in West Point where surveillance has observed robust buying and selling of fake Social Security cards, driver licenses and residency cards.
The prime suspect, Maximino Garcia, allegedly sold fake documents to an undercover officer already. The strike force did enough investigative work to secure a warrant.
Now they could pounce.
—Wait until dark » Agents Eric Varoz and Rex Ashdown have their hands stuffed inside jacket pockets, bracing against the chilly air.
They are in the parking lot of an LDS meetinghouse about a mile away from the targeted tri-level house. Behind them, the sky looks like it’s on fire, and a few other agents milling about — bundled up in jackets and bulletproof vests — stop to admire the view.
But Varoz and Ashdown are huddled near the front of an SUV. On top of its hood is an iPad, which is taking a live feed from surveillance cameras trained on Garcia’s house. They are waiting on a tip that another person is looking to buy equipment from Garcia to start up his own ID fraud mill.
“He’s franchising,” Ashdown said.
The agents kill time until the fire-red sky behind them fades so they can approach in the dark. With about a dozen agents set to raid the house, there is concern about Garcia getting away.
The plan is to consolidate everyone into a few cars and approach the house from the north. A few units are expected to settle behind the house in case anybody tries to escape.
A Davis County sheriff’s deputy drives into the church parking lot and is told what is going to go down.
Now it’s dark. Time to roll.
McQuiston and Ashdown get into the SUV to be the “eyes on” prior to dispatching the raid.
“If the hairs on the back of your neck aren’t standing up, then it’s time to quit doing this,” Lucey said. He’s been doing it for 25 years.
—Oblivious » Inside the house, there are six people — all alledgedly undocumented immigrants — including Garcia.
In the main room, there is a computer and a printer. Overlooking the operation is a crucified Jesus hanging on the wall. In the corner, a shrine to the Virgin Mary sees it all. On the stove, beans are cooking and the suspects are making fake IDs. The main television in the house is tuned to a Spanish-language station.
They appear to have no idea a massive mobilization effort is lurking within a mile of their house.
While McQuiston and Ashdown crawl to a stop along the curb a few houses down from Garcia’s property and the rest of the task force makes final checks in the parking lot at the church, two of the suspects leave the house and pull out of the driveway — catching everyone off guard.
Lucey and Mutter are already en route to the house. McQuiston is getting antsy, afraid the prey is going to escape. He gets his cell phone.
He tells the approaching task force that the bystanders two houses down have finally left, but he is concerned Garcia might get away in the white car.
The decision is made quickly to have the Davis County Sheriff’s deputy pull over the car.
From behind McQuiston’s parked car, a van and four vehicles park quickly where the party two houses down has gone dark.
“Let’s go,” McQuiston said.
—Doing business » Lucey said the quality of fake identifications varies. It’s a lucrative business, however, and he said an ID maker can pull upward of $1 million a year in revenue. The IDs sell for around $300 for a set of three — Social Security card, driver license and residency card.
They can be hard to track because the entire operation can be run out of a small apartment. He said past raids into small apartments have been sparse — often with just the items for making IDs inside.
Lucey said the profile of these criminals also makes them tough to spot.
They don’t live lavishly and, in fact, often live below their means. He said money is made and usually almost immediately wired back to their hometowns in Mexico.
“These guys are here for one reason only,” Lucey said, “to make money.”
There is crossover with relatives working guns and drugs, but the bulk of the crimes investigated by the strike force are fraudulent IDs.
Shurtleff said nobody has a good handle on how many Social Security numbers are stolen from Utah children to provide an illegal population with identification.
But Lucey said the ones buying the IDs aren’t usually looking to use the numbers for fraud — they’re using them to secure legitimate jobs.
Shurtleff said that’s why the strike force is focused on the manufacturers, not users.
“It’s like going after the drug rings,” he said. “We’re not interested in the guy smoking a joint. We want to cut the head off the snake.”
But Shurtleff said the strike force has a lot of heads to chop off and is currently limited to the Wasatch Front.
He wants to expand to southern Utah.
—Going in » The agents form a dark conga line, quickly moving down the sidewalk toward the house.
Within minutes, they’re up the driveway and through the door. Agent Steve Metcalf would later say the suspects appeared “startled.” The fear of armed suspects never materialized.
Six are taken into custody within an hour of breaching the door from the garage. The Davis County sheriff’s deputy pulls up with the suspects who left in the Honda.
The executed warrant allows the agents to seize any computers, hard drives, zip drives, printers, laminators, cutters and financial information.
McQuiston said the suspects face a variety of forgery charges and that the warrant yielded 20 completed fake IDs and another 12 to 14 that were partially complete.
And on the computer were photos and numbers that could make many more.
"When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty." - Thomas Jefferson
In God We Trust is the motto for every True American Citizen.Team work is the method of victory against enemies from within and without of the USA.We need to stop illegal immigration.But we need to first find out how illegals began!That's easy -- those who sought to obtain their votes in the political arena!The Right to Vote is equal to the Right to bear arms!Omission is worst than Commission.I am sure God protected Sgt Giunta, just like God protects those in the USA who will fight for truth and never give up.
Ever since the 1950s the Mormon Church welcomed illegal immigrants to enter the United States through a massive CIA operation, if they have a Temple Recommend (pay tithing and consecrate everything to the “church”).Steve Davis witnessed his dad in charge of this project for 14 years (1953-66).Dr. H. Clyde Davis PhD was the LDS Institute Director at the University of Arizona since 1953 as a cover, while he was also the geologist of the United States.The Tea Parties who are Mormons in Arizona and Utah will expose and terminate this practice once they realize how the Book of Mormon dealt with lazy people, like Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, who allows illegal immigrants do anything they want in Utah.
There once was a historical warning for our day given about Kingmen vs. Freemen in the Book of Mormon.When outside forces were attacking their homeland, the elite Kingmen refused to protect their sovereignty and life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.4,000 Kingmen died claiming their rights to compromise and alter the laws of the land for their benefit.Research it!It happened in the State of Illinois (where President Obama taught lawyers!) back in 67 BC. Stand up for truth, justice, and liberty today and overthrow the Kingmen (corrupt judicial, government, and church leaders) by crying for their repentance and taking political action! (Don't vote any false prophet, apostle, bishop or their counselors as the people were warned by God in D&C 64, OR congressmen, lawyer, judge, or attorney general into office!)
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