Letter: Luca leads Minutemen
On Feb. 29, the Mohave County Minutemen had a very decisive meeting regarding the future and the new strategies of this grassroots group dedicated to stopping the illegal alien invasion in our community.
Six months ago, I intentionally stepped down from the group that I originally started and successfully launched with some dedicated men and women of our county one year prior. My goal was to let new leadership emerge, and to share the burden of our leadership efforts among other individuals.
I have been asked to come back into the ring as leader.
With the latest repeat attempts of our public servants to promote amnesties for illegal aliens - thanks to Senators Kyl and McCain, just to name few; the complete failure of the Bush administration to secure our borders, the constant assault to our sovereignty through the stealthy implementation of the North America Union - Bush, thanks again - and with the new coming disasters of these presidential elections, the odds are against us.
Regardless, hope is last to die. We must try our best in this life to preserve America for the next generation. And there is so much we can do in our county as active, well-informed citizens.
Bottom line: I am back again to do my best to coordinate and lead, with our volunteers' help, the new Mohave County Minutemen, a peaceful grassroots group. We don't have membership fees, we are bipartisan and we are not incorporated. Law-abiding citizens committed to dedicating at least two hours each month are welcome to join us.
The future of our next generation and of our country is on our hands. Visit us at MohaveMinutemen.com or e-mail us at Mohavem@yahoo.com
Luca Zanna, coordinator
Mohave County Minutemen