Thursday, December 24, 2009

CM PRESS # 1000

HAPPENING RIGHT NOW...
6:49 PM--Friday, December 24, 2009--Yet another car in a serious collision and flipped over on its roof on Baker Street east of Fairview near St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. This is very close to the last car that was on its roof that we reported a couple of weeks ago.

The CM PRESS keeps trying to get some traffic enforcement for this stretch of Baker Street, but the CMPD just seems to ignore our requests. The problem with Baker Street is that people are using it as an alternative to the 405 to get to and from Huntington Beach and they're travelling at freeway speeds.

When the traffic signal turns red at Baker and Coolidge, there are usually several cars that run the light at high speed. This isn't a once in a while thing, but is constant but is especially noticed during rush hours.

Where are the CMPD traffic cops? They're usually a half mile west of this location doing their traffic stops near Baker and Fairview and usually during daylight hours.
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POLL: 2010 TO BE YEAR OF "ANGRY WHITE MALE"?
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Have you noticed that when PC columnists write about angry whites, that they try to fragment whites by leaving out white women? It's never "angry whites." It's always "angry white males."

As we've written before, it seems to us that angry white women are either leading the charge or are at least right in the front ranks of angry white people who are getting fed up with being forced to the rear of the bus.
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WHITE TEACHERS IN PEORIA SAY THEY WERE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF THEIR SKIN--SUING DISTRICT
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"At the time of the winter solstice, let reason prevail. There are no gods, no devils, no angels, no heaven or hell. There is only our natural world. Religion is just myth and superstition that hardens hearts and enslaves minds."
--Sign put up by Atheists in Ill. Capitol
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AFGHANISTAN--OBAMA'S VIETNAM--AND EVEN WORSE?

Over a ten year period, Russia sent more than 600,000 troops into Afghanistan...and lost.

Now, Obama is leading the U.S. into the same situation that we can't win.
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The reason we can't win is because we aren't fighting a nation. We're not even really fighting the Taliban or Al-Qaeda--even though that's what PR types in the U.S. government want you to believe.

We're fighting an idea--a religion--that has spread all over the planet. If we defeat the Taliban or Al-Qaeda, so what? The idea is still there and will return in its more fundamentalist forms.

What Obama is trying to do--and let's say it right out loud--is kill enough of the fundamentalist Muslims so our paid, cafeteria style Westernized Muslim puppets can run Afghanistan as an Americanized nation with us pulling the strings and propping up the government.

It won't work. The fundamentalist Islamic beliefs run very deep and started right with the life and teachings of Muhammad who grew his religion with the sword. Convert or die, was the method. It hasn't changed.

All Obama is accomplishing is making the U.S. more hated and a bigger enemy and thus a bigger target in the eyes of the world's Muslims.

As we try to buy off thousands of "moderate"Muslims so they'll be our friends, and as these bought friends then fear for their lives as they are uncovered by fundamentalist Muslims, they'll be resettled in the U.S. where the Muslim population will continue to grow; and from the midst of the growing Muslim population will emerge many fundamentalist Muslims who will continue the fight to convert everyone to Islam.

The fight next time won't be in the boonies of Afghanistan. It'll be on the streets of America.

America isn't used to dealing with people who really believe there is a God and who believe that they are doing His will.

We're used to dealing with people in the U.S. who have compartmentalized religion as something you do to impress your neighbors for an hour a week and who change their religious principles to be trendy.

In addition, there is a short view of history and there is a long view. Unfortunately, Americans and our leaders are used to taking the short view. We think if we can put and keep our paid puppets in power in Afghanistan, we'll have won.

The problem is that with modern communications and fast international travel along with the PC multi-culti nature of this age, the short view is the wrong view.

We don't even know what we're fighting for or what a real win means.

So, what should we do? We should respect the rights of all peoples to their own self-determination and stop trying to turn all nations into little Americas. In the specific case at bar, just let the people of Afghanistan work out their own problems. Just butt out.
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