WASHINGTON, July 24, 2015 – In the summer of 2014, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Hector Garza was angry that his government and employer seemed determined to make his job harder.
“We have a situation right now where our federal government is pretty much aiding and abetting and facilitating these individual aliens. These illegal aliens cross our borders illegally. We apprehend these illegal aliens that pretty much surrender themselves because they know that they’re getting a free pass,” Garza told CNN.
Garza’s outspokenness got him noticed by his fellow agents, who elected him president of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), Local 2455, of Laredo, Texas.
Garza later invited GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to tour the U.S./Mexico border, that is, until his union bosses, headquartered in Washington, gave him a call.
“I mean, we were virtually in the air and [the Laredo NBPC] said we can’t get involved,” Trump told reporters. “I heard they got those orders from Washington.”
It seems Garza is “pretty much aiding and abetting and facilitating these individual aliens” by giving the amnesty-happy Obama administration and establishment Republicans in Congress “a free pass.”
Garza was co-opted by the federal leviathan for whom he works and that tirelessly toils to swell the ranks of America’s welfare rolls with foreign dependents; souls that will eventually vote to perpetuate the cycle of government addiction on generations yet unborn.
“Unions representing government workers are expanding while organized labor has been shedding private sector members over the past half-century.
“A majority of union members today now have ties to a government entity, at the federal, state or local level,” said the federally-sponsored PBS Newshour.
In describing the rise of Argentine dictator Juan Peron (husband to Evita), authors Frederick Turner and Jose Miguens observe:
“In 1943… the majority of union leaders began to confide in and collaborate with the person who would immediately become the most genuine representative and executor of the aspirations and unsatisfied needs of the labor force, Colonel Peron.”
The colonel headed the Argentine military junta’s Department of Labor that controlled the nation’s unions, which eventually formed his political power base and provided the muscle for brutal intimidation.
In what became known as “Peronism,” three principles governed this dictatorial ideology: social justice, independence and political sovereignty. It rejected the extremes of capitalism and communism, espousing Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini’s Corporate State Model, in which a powerful government negotiates disputes between favored industries and the nation’s subservient peons.
Peron’s brand of fascism was designed to benefit his Latin American constituents and maintain his political power. Ironically, America’s Corporate State Model is designed to benefit illegal Latin American constituents in order to expand Washington’s political dominance while showering favored industries with cheap labor.
The president of Laredo’s National Border Patrol Council, Local 2455, Hector Garza, and Donald Trump just got an eye-opening introduction to Peronism American style.