Thursday, March 10, 2011

Hate makes a comeback in Orange County, California

Folks, please watch this whole video if you can stomach it,
you will hear such talk, talk the likes of which would make the Ku Klux Klan green with envy. Absolutely disgusting.

Just when you think that we, as a society, have evolved into a kinder, gentler
nation as President George H.W. Bush, once famously said, something like
this “lynch mob” mentality shown in this video, reaches out and forcibly grasps
us by the neck and shakes us into the reality, that hate and fear have in fact
never left the American psyche, but is still there bubbling merrily along
right below the surface.

Hate Comes to Orange County from CAIR LA on Vimeo.

On Sunday, February 13th 2011, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Relief held a fundraiser to raise money for women's shelters, and to help fight homelesness and hunger in the U.S.

How many of these “protesters” thought about how they might be scarring these young children for life with their display of hatred? Not many, I would guess.

Hate Comes to Orange County from CAIR LA on Vimeo.

On Sunday, February 13th 2011, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Relief held a fundraiser to raise money for women's shelters, and to help fight homelessness and hunger in the U.S.

Now it’s time for a little trip down memory lane, just in case anyone thinks
that I am making a mountain out of a molehill.

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That is Elizabeth Eckford, 15 years old at the time, walking through the
gauntlet in Little Rock, Arkansas; over 50 years ago, a searing experience
made worse by the National Guard refusing to protect her, this occurring
in her young formative years had bad consequences and effects, that last
unto this day.

She was part of the “Little Rock nine” who were the students that were the
first to integrate the all white schools there, against the wishes of the then governor, Orvil Faubus, and which led to President Eisenhower sending in the
United States Army to ensure the student’s safety. Oh, one thing I forgot to
mention, young Miss Eckford was thrown down a flight of stairs at school, I
sure the miscreants are proud of their participation in that act, and I hope the
Lord remembers that act when they face him one day at Judgment time.

How many of those young children walking that Orange county gauntlet recently, will end up scarred for life emotionally? How many lost their innocent,
trusting nature forever? How many one day may not be able to cope any more
and give up on life? What those protesters, supposedly Christian, don’t get
and never will, is that actions have meaning, words have meaning, words and
actions can inspire violence, not just from their ranks, but from others outside
their number that are looking for a cause, something to give their own miserable
lives meaning, and violence is the quickest way to get known.

This group wasn’t Christian but I will tell you one thing, it definitely inspires, at
least in me, a response that Christ thought appropriate once, I feel a strong
urge to pick up a scourge, I really do. For what they did to those young children
is something unforgiveable in my book.

At the least, they should be shunned by society.

What a bunch of sorry bastards, I hope they burn in hell for what they did to those kids.

Morongobill

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