Sunday, January 25, 2009

Minutemen of Kansas

I received this forwarded email from Ed Hayes:

----- Original Message -----
From: Ed Hayes
To: mcdcofkansas
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2009 5:13 PM
Subject: DHS blocks BIP website to government computers.



Please forward this to everyone on your list, the site shows the invasion is alive and well but.............................Government computers can't get to this site? I wonder why? Ignorance is power!
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Subject: DHS blocks BIP website to government computers.


On October 28, 2008, the website www.borderinvasionpics.com went live on the internet.

It took DHS less than 90 days to deny government computers access to this website.

See actual notice: http://www.americanpatrol.com/BORDER_INV_PICS/090122-GOV-BACKS-BIP/AccessDenied.htm

Is this type of censorship an example of "Change We Can Believe In"? Is this indicative of what we can expect from Janet Napolitano's DHS leadership?

The singular focus of the website is to show pictoral evidence to millions of legal American residents that our southern border remains wide open to illegal entry.

Our goal is straightforward and simple: inject truthful and undeniable information into the debate about border security and illegal immigration. Perhaps this censorship should be viewed as a compliment to the effectiveness of the website.

Our clear position is that we support the Border Patrol, and we encourage an increased allocation of resources to assist the dedicated agents on the front line. Our effort, in turn, has the support of most of these agents.

Apparently, the content of the website is seen as a hindrance to the agenda of our nation's top level politicians. Politicians who are charged with the responsibility for our national security. Politicians whose decisions will influence the lives of Americans for generations to come.

Please help us show the truth to the American public, in response to, and in spite of, DHS efforts to minimize our exposure. The BIP website content is legitimate and pertinent data, and has shown the ability to attract the interest of previously uninformed people. If you have a website, please consider posting a permanent link to BIP. If you have an email list, please forward this note to everyone.

We intend to keep going and growing, and we need your help.

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