Wednesday, 7 April 2010

USA - Farmer murdered - will he be the last?

Immigration? No. Invasion

By Barbara Simpson (a.k.a. The Babe in the Bunker)

You've probably never heard of Rob Krentz.

Before March 27, there really wasn't any reason you would have.

Since then, however, there's every reason you should know the name and the man and the circumstances of his death.

But unless you read local Arizona news or ranching publications, you'll know nothing about what happened to Rob Krentz on his ranch that day.

The reason you know nothing is because there's a concerted effort by pro-illegal immigration advocates in government and media to keep silent on this story.

Think about it. Did you see any headlines about an innocent American rancher gunned down on his own property?

The truth is, even the cold-blooded murder of an American citizen on his own land by an illegal alien doesn't bother them because they're hell bent for leather to keep our borders open, allow illegals to cross with impunity and to give those already here illegally the precious gift of American citizenship.

If you're a patriotic, law-abiding American and this doesn't make you livid, you are more than a fool.

Robert Krentz operated the 35,000-acre family ranch with 1,000 head of cattle located some 12 miles from the Mexican border and near the city of Douglas, Ariz. He worked with his wife, Sue, and their three children on land that's been in his family since 1907.

That's three generations, 103 years of blood, sweat and tears to maintain a business that is nothing, if not tough.

Krentz had a reputation of generosity and was known for helping anyone in need, including illegals needing water or medical aid.

His eldest son, Andy, told Fox News that his "father was a very good family man. He supported his kids, supported his family. He went out of his way to help anybody we could … it didn't matter who they were."

So what happened that Saturday?

Krentz was checking fencing and water lines on the ranch and mid morning, he radioed his brother Phil that he'd encountered an illegal on the property.

A neighbor told the Arizona Daily Star that she heard that transmission on the area radio network. Wendy Glenn said Rob Krentz told his brother, "There's an illegal alien here that needs help. … I'm out on such and such windmill … Please call the Border Patrol." The brother replied, "I can't hear you."

When Krentz didn't show up for a noon appointment, Phil Krentz called the police.

A search was launched and late that night, Robert Krentz was found slumped over in his ATV, shot to death. His dog had also been shot and was so badly injured, it had to be put down.

The Cochise County sheriff's office told the Arizona Daily Star that the body was found 1,000 feet from where the shooting occurred. The ATV had its lights on and the engine running.

Sheriff Larry Dever said there were spinout marks in the dirt, indicating Krantz was trying to get away from his attacker. Deputies and tracking dogs followed a single set of footprints south to the U.S.-Mexico border. It's assumed the killer crossed that border. Mexican authorities have been notified.

The chances of finding the murderer are slim to none.

Dever told the Daily Star they don't have a motive but retaliation might be a factor. The day before the shooting, Phil Krentz reported drug smuggling activity on the ranch to the Border Patrol.

Approximately 290 pounds of marijuana were found, and tracks led to eight illegal aliens who were arrested. The Border Patrol said none were prosecuted because of lack of evidence. All were in custody at the time of Rob Krentz' murder.

Cochise County is a hotbed of illegal aliens crossing the border as well as drug running and human trafficking. Former Rep. Tom Tancredo said he saw live video from one Cochise County hidden camera in March. It showed 500 to 1,000 illegals every day!

That's one camera in one county in one state. The totals are staggering.

The Krentz ranch, and others in the area, are constantly on guard against intrusions by illegals with repeated calls to authorities about property damage, livestock theft and killing, theft, carjackings and home invasions.

In 2002, two illegals who'd butchered a calf on the Krentz ranch were tried, found guilty, served 51 days in jail and ordered to pay $200 in restitution. Not a cent was paid. The men were released.

In 2005, Krentz told KOLD-TV they were being overrun and that in the prior five years, it had cost them more than $5 million in damages.

Every ranch owner repeatedly asks the Border Patrol for more surveillance and increased protection – to no avail.

There's always a reason it can't be done. It's always money. The county blames the state; the state blames the feds; the feds ignore it and tap dance about border security.

But the buck does stop, and it stops in Washington in the Oval Office. Ultimately, the responsibility for protecting the borders of this country rests with Washington.

The feds have the power and the constitutional duty to protect American citizens and their property from a foreign invasion.

That is exactly what this is.

Mexicans, and others from scores of countries, are invading the United States. It's daily and ongoing and our own government ignores it, tolerates it and allows it.

Even worse, they want to make it legal and reward the millions of lawbreakers already here.

We have the ludicrous "negotiations" by Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., to devise an amnesty plan the president has said he'll sign.

Meanwhile three border governors want the National Guard sent to the border.

Hello? Washington? Anyone home? Anyone care?

If not, why not? Americans are dying, and it's your fault.

Meanwhile, Robert Krentz is still dead.



Dr.D said...

It would help a lot if we started putting a bounty on the heads of illegal mestizos. That would be one positive step, and the second one would be to permanently mark them in some clearly visible way so that if there is a second infraction they can be executed on the spot. That sounds really heartless, but it is the fact that our defenses are so toothless now that makes them so totally ineffective. It the invaders knew that the second time was for keeps, I think there would be a greater reluctance to try it.

What needs to happen is for the mexicans to decide to stay at home and straighten out mexico, rather than come north to steal from the US. Until it is too costly to steal from the US, they will always take that option. We need to up the ante drastically.

Anonymous said...

Yep, billions of U.S. dollars flow to foreign aid including the biggest recipient of all, ISRAEL, which reportedly gets some $15,000,000 EVERY DAY in some form or another, yet D.C. has no money to control their southern border?!

Something smells in Washington, and it isn't the Potomac River.

Anonymous said...

It is awful, and a terrible shame for this dead rancher and his family. He made several mistakes though, which cost him his life.
1) he felt empathy for these invaders.
2) he went about alone on his very large property.
3) He (stupidly, I might add) underestimated the threat to his well being from drug runners. There is no excuse for such heedlessness in this country, which is overrun by these drug lords and who have killed many of my countrymen long before this man was killed. He really should have known better than to think they would have forgotten him after they lost all that marijuana and they knew who was to blame for it.
4) He went about his very large property, which sits on the border of Mexico, and which daily sees perhaps thousands of illegals, many who are violent trespassing on said property, and he went about UNARMED. There is no excuse for going about without a weapon here, since it is still legal to do so on one's own property (and "concealed carry" of a gun is legal in Texas with a permit, which is easy to obtain there and in many other states to allow for carrying for self protection anywhere within that state).

Anonymous said...

Rob Krentz and Eugene Terreblanche.

Two farmers/ranchers.

Two continents.

Two murders.

One race.

Nothing Washington.

One conclusion. We can only depend on ourselves alone. No one else will help us. We are alone, yet not alone. We have each other. Enough of this Huggy Bear and Kissy Face...Multicult we have tried. It doesn't work for us. It never did.

Anonymous said...

The USA farmer can learn a lot from the methods of protection employed by south african farmers, they have a lot of experience with it.
If it was not for those methods the extermination rate would be much higher.

joebeanoXVI said...

Here, here, Anon. 00:00. Very well said, indeed. Bravo.

Anonymous said...

"The USA farmer can learn a lot from the methods of protection employed by south african farmers, they have a lot of experience with it."

-Quite possibly, we could. Why don't you elaborate on that for us then, as I can find nothing on the net regarding such methods as have been employed by them?

Anonymous said...

The farmers protect themselves by various methods, the "kommando"system was used but was dismatled by the anc under mbeki.It is actually complicated and varies from one community to the next.
The blacks use various methods of communication by means placing symbols outside farm gates etc. that will communicate information to one another about how many people are on the farm ,how many men etc,the best way to find out would be to contact afriforum who could connect you to the right people.Many of the methods basically is a buddy system whereby the farmers rely on each other for protection.I have personally seen many attacks stopped by this method.I am sure that many of the methods developed can be employed in other countries and they in turn can help the farmers in south africa .It is also interesting to note the interference by the anc with the commando system and the attempt they made to leave farmers open to attack.I honestly take my hat off to south african farmers , and i am amazed that they are still around despite all the efforts made to remove them.If people in the USA are now going to go through the same thing (and there is very good reason to believe they will)my thoughts go out to them and my only suggestion would be to cooperate with the people in SA and give some mutual assistance.May GOD bless all the farmers the world over and may the average citizen realize their importance and support them.
PS. I am not a farmer

Anonymous said...

I hear that Animal cruelty and neglect is through the roof in many states in America due 90 percent of the time due to immigrants . Also many Hispanic like to set up illegal pig farms killing the pigs cruelly by stabbing and cooking and selling the meant (paying no tax) all illegal...and in one documentary a animal cruelty officer also Hispanic told them to go away... there was no criminal charges...

Anonymous said...

How sad, but not surprizing, I had to learn of this from a private blog a continent away, when it happened just several states away here in the US...

In Memorian, Rob Krentz...

Cracker Americanus said...

We are good Christian people. It is time to take care of our family and race. If the farms that produce our food are under attack we will soon be overun as the Rhodesians and South Africans were. In fifty seven years the Pilgrims went from a minor colony pitied by the local indians to the dominant culture. It can happen anywhere.

Concerned South African said...

Sorry to be off topic. Sarah, I was hoping you could maybe get in touch with some of the bloggers from mysasucks and perhaps inform the rest of us as to what is happening over there. Much appreciated.


Sarah Maid of Albion said...

Hi Concerned South African

It seems that Gonville has got fed up with the infighting and with the anti-semitism.

I will see if I can find out some more information and post something if I do.

Concerned South African said...

Thank you for the response.


Sarah Maid of Albion said...

An alternative South Africa Sucks, with postings by Uhuru Guru can be found at

Concerned South African said...

A big thanks to Dark Raven, just wish Gonville had handed her the baton before shutting down the blog. Now people have to wait for a new one to form and that will lose readers. Anyway, off to work with me!!