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12 July 2005

Too Depressed to Post

The news is very depressing and I find it painful to even comment on. Here's a round-up of depressing news.

Sick Crazy Bastards. There are several serial killers in the news lately, including Karla Homolka getting out of jail in Canada after only 12 years and the BTK (Bind/Torture/Kill) killer going on trial in Kansas. The biggest sicko story right now is that of Joseph Duncan who bound and bludgeoned to death a woman, her boyfriend, and 13 year-old son in order to kidnap her 8 and 10 year old children. That's right - a multiple-homicice home invasion for the purpose of molesting children. Makes the old "Don't talk to strangers" admonishment seem rather quaint.

Meth Epidemic in Rural America. Meth-amphetamine is apparently the crack-cocaine for white trash. There is now an orphan problem related to parents strung-out on the stuff unable to care for their children. It apparently provides a ferocious sexual appetite which often leads to mothers behaving promiscuously in front of their children before crashing for days. This relates somewhat to the above story in that the woman and boyfriend killed in the above story had meth in their system, which originally led authorities to believe the brutal murders were drug related. The murderer also claimed to psychiatrists during his imprisonment for a previous rape that his crimes were in response to his anger over his mother's promiscuity. God I hope we're not creating a little army of deranged orphans out their in Methville.

One in Four Children Born to Foreigners. And since the vast majority of our immigrants come from third world countries south of the border, we are creating one, huge, permanent underclass. For the real fuzzy-brained among you, there is no record of either educational or economic advancement of our current immigrants from Latin America, so there is little hope of better news for the ones coming in now. Our children can look forward to really cheap landscaping and vegetables, and if they're lucky they'll make a lot of money in finance or law or construction so they can insulate themselves in McMansions away from all the smiling, happy immigrants, but otherwise a not very pleasant life awaits them.

So that's what's depressing me...and I'm not even thinking of the London bombings...

9 Comments:

Blogger fdfs said...

Makes a rapidly-instituted death penalty seem like a good idea, doesn't it?

July 13, 2005 12:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's Karla, not Karen....

July 13, 2005 7:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ziel, I see Dr. Michael Savage has passed on his feeling of depression and sickness about the news to you.
Your sick feeling will persist as the Libs fight against profiling the enemies of our society. There will be more attacks on the US, but we must be kind to all of the trash that washes up on our shores- they have rights you know!! The war on Iraq is a joke- the enemy is amonst us but we cannot hurt their feelings. And what will we get for treating the enemy like a welcomed citizen- Kaboooom!

July 13, 2005 11:51 AM  
Anonymous Mr Mojo Risen said...

Z man, let's get talking about this lunacy of treating terrorists like honored guests and the lack of aggression in this country to weed out these enemies of our society. The Patriot Act does not offend me- I am not looking to blow up a bridge or building. But I have a feeling- just a sneaking suspicion that there are people in the US who may be looking to kill just a couple of Jews, Catholics, and anyone else that may not be in their club.
Depressing? No, insanity! Let the terrorists run free- I just hope it's not your or my family member that gets it.

July 13, 2005 12:02 PM  
Blogger ziel said...

It's Karla, not Karen....

Corrected.

July 13, 2005 5:48 PM  
Anonymous Harlem said...

I am thinking of the London bombings, having just returned from England a month ago and having spent time on the Undeground (at King's Crossing) while there.
As most who know me know, I'm pretty much a pacifist and nationalist (ala Pat Buchanan) at heart. This did hit home. I'd like to see us really set priorities based on America's security (and maybe some real friends and strategic partners like England & Japan) and get serious about killing all these terrorists.
We are wasting our time & money in Iraq and to what end? Let's form a new coalition (100% with us or you are out) and deal with this. I still can't get behind the intrusive nature of the Patriot Act but certainly feel we could redeploy our resources to protect US (read us) and our committed friends. If we really concentrated on our borders, our intelligence, our security and assisted other committed countries in doing the same, I think we'd see less terror here and more in the "free" socitieties of France, Germany, etc. A tough lesson to learn but we've got to 'round the corner on this.
There is no positive return in Iraq. When do we determine that too much of the population doesn't want democracy to determine that it is failed experiment?
Why not cocentrate on keeping true, dedicated democracies safe?
Harlem

July 15, 2005 7:15 PM  
Anonymous jimbo said...

Well, with regards to HarlemĀ“s post, at least something should be done on the domestic front other than the ridiculously intrusive Patriot act and male feely searches of women at the airports.

July 16, 2005 5:47 AM  
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