THE U.S. WANTS YOU! THE MINUTEMAN PROJECT SEEKS VOLUNTEERS.To Warriors of Democracy of the Republic of the United States ofAmerica:Anyone interested in spending up to 30 days manning the Arizonaborder as a blocking force against entry into the U.S. by illegalaliens early next spring?I invite you to join me in Tombstone, Arizona in early spring of 2005to protect our country from a 40-year-long uncontrolled invasionacross our southern border with Mexico.Chris Simcox of Civil Homeland Defense, and the publisher of theTombstone Tumbleweed newspaper in Tombstone, Arizona has been doingthis for five years with only a handful of patriotic volunteers, andit is time we provided him with some reinforcements.I am recruiting volunteers to converge on the southern border ofArizona for the purpose of aiding the U.S. Border Patrolin "spotting" intruders entering the U.S. illegally.This is strictly a volunteer project, and no financial subsidies areavailable. And, you will probably need a tent. You will beresponsible for all costs associated with your participation.Currently, between 4,000 and 5,000 illegal aliens enter theUS/Arizona border daily. Our objective will be to spot theseintruders by eyesight, or with binoculars or telescopes, and call theborder patrol to inform them of the location of the trespassers sothat the U.S. Border Patrol can intercept and detain them.Generally, we will not be confronting the illegal aliens. Thetentative area of observation will be a 10 mile stretch of forestedhighlands, and lowlands along a river.I hope to bring serious media attention to this event, which willtune the American people into the shameful fact that 21st centuryminutemen have to secure US borders because the US government REFUSESto do so.I estimate the cost per person (for 30 days) could be as high as$3,500, depending on your travel, meal and lodging arrangements. Iwill be visiting the Tombstone area in mid December or early Januaryto meet with Chris Simcox regarding the availability of facilitiesfor those who do not want to use tents or travel trailers. I intendto stay the entire 30 days of this mission, however, that length oftime is not a requirement to volunteer.I will try to negotiate substantially discounted rates for lodging,especially if we are bringing 200 - 300, or more "vacationing guests"into Tombstone all at once.The Tombstone area parks also offer some interesting hunting, hiking,mountain climbing and fishing opportunities for avidoutdoorsmen/women.I will be acting as an interim coordinator of The MinuteManProject. My immediate purpose is to recruit as many volunteers aspossible.If YOU are interested in participating in this unprecedented event,please contact me via email at Century21MinuteMan@sbcglobal.netPlease provide me with a brief history of yourself, for example,military background, law enforcement background, outdoors (outback)experience, etc. There are no written prerequisites for joining thismission, however, I would like to know something about theexperiences of persons responding to this invitation.Please provide the following in your email response:1. Name2. Address3. Telephone number and best time to call4. Brief statement why you want to participate in this project5. Brief history of any experiences related to the mission of TheMinuteMan Project.The MinuteMan Project is in its embryo stage, therefore, informationabout all aspects of this project are not yet readily available.More information will follow as this project gets put together.[PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL]Cheers,An American Without A CountryJames W. Gilchrist, BAJ, BSBA, MBA (Taxation), CPA (Ca.) - retiredAliso Viejo, Ca.Educate the Public. Please add to your emails:"Government must defend us against INVASION by others"- U.S.Constitution, Art IV,Sec 4."The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good peopleto do nothing."Edmund Burke (1729-1797)"It is a sad day in America when the law-makers side with the law-breakers against the law-abiding citizens."Ezola Foster"In the beginning of a change, the patriot is a brave and scarce man,hated and scorned. When the cause succeeds, however, the timid joinhim...for then it costs nothing to be a patriot." - Mark Twain

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