DVD: The Mass Rape of Whte Women in America

Movie Review by Fredrick Toben

This 60 minute DVD is a timely addition in the ongoing dialogue of civilization. Filmmaker Bodeker credits US Senator and Presidential Candidate, Barack Obama, for giving him the impulse to explore the concept race when, on 18 March 2008, Obama gave a speech in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he said: “Race is an issue we can no longer afford to ignore….”

Bodeker interviews around 50 individuals in Denver, Colorado, to explore the current conventional wisdom swirling around this concept of race and its extension ‘racism’ and ‘racist’. He shows how there is a vague, subjective non-concise definition operating within individuals who use the ‘hammer’ of racism-racist against whites.

The following questions canvas the concept of racism/racist and the responses elicited reveal how the concept race became a social construct, belief.In his many asides Bodeker points out how unchallenged disconnects make up the conventional wisdom on racism, which essentially boils down to white bigotry. Blacks, Hispanics, Jews are all allowed advocacy without an ‘anti-‘ slipping in, while white advocacy is associated with supremacy.

For example, anti-white bigotry is writ large in commentary associated with the question of testing; whites outperforming others is explained away by implying whites cheat/cultural bias, but that Asians outperform whites is dismissed as irrelevant. Hence, advocacy for blacks, Latinos, Jews, is permitted but not for white people – why not?


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States may free inmates to save millions

prison_fight.jpgPROVIDENCE, R.I. – Lawmakers
from California to Kentucky are trying
to save money with a drastic and
potentially dangerous budget-cutting
proposal: releasing tens of thousands
of convicts from prison, including drug
addicts, thieves and even violent
criminals.

Officials acknowledge that the idea carries
risks, but they say they have no choice
because of huge budget gaps brought
on by the slumping economy.

“If we don’t find a way to better manage the population at the state prison, we will be forced to spend money to expand the state’s prison system — money we don’t have,” said Jeff Neal, a spokesman for Rhode Island Gov. Don Carcieri.

At least eight states are considering freeing inmates or sending some convicts to rehabilitation programs instead of prison, according to an Associated Press analysis of legislative proposals. If adopted, the early release programs could save an estimated $450 million in California and Kentucky alone.

A Rhode Island proposal would allow inmates to deduct up to 12 days from their sentence for every month they follow rules and work in prison. Even some violent offenders would be eligible but not those serving life sentences.

Full story:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080403/ap_on_re_us/prisoners_early_release

Mexican Groups Plot American Kidnappings

kidnap-victim.jpgOrganized, well-financed and violent Mexican kidnapping cells are targeting a growing number of U.S. citizens visiting communities popular with San Diegans and other California residents.

Last year, at least 26 San Diego County residents were kidnapped and held for ransom in Tijuana, Rosarito Beach or Ensenada, local FBI agents overseeing the cases said yesterday. In 2006, at least 11 county residents had been kidnapped in the three communities.

Full story:
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/mexico/tijuana/20080206-9999-1m6kidnap.html