In Mexico, a church camping group was attacked by a number of men. The group of campers consisted of 90 people camping at an 'eco-park' near Mexico City when they were attacked. Five women and girls were assaulted.
Of the 17 men arrested, some were local police officers. This is not surprising.
The article doesn't seem to tell us if the people on the camping trip were Americans or other than Mexicans, but if they were Americans, they represent the naive kind of Christians who seem determined to see only the good in everyone. The kind of Christians, in other words, like those in my town who blithely send their minor children to Central America on do-gooding missions in the summertime, oblivious to any warning about the dangers of such countries and their ''cultures.'' Some people I know locally were happy to send their teenaged daughters to visit a prison containing the most hard-core criminals. When I asked if they worried about sending their daughters into this environment, the answer I got was that they were escorted by a male group leader who ''was considered a friend by the prisoners'' and so therefore his presence made their daughters safe. This is insanity.
I suspect that this group of campers -- if they are Americans -- will return from their trip just as naive and as determinedly blind as they were when they left. Such is the power of multicult mind-control. And no, it is not Christianity that has made people blind; it's the inroads made by Marxism and the feel-good pop psychology twaddle about 'reaching out' and 'not judging others.'
Will AmRen have this article posted? If so I expect that the Hispanophiles who haunt that place will continue to tell us how Hispanics are ''better than blacks'' or ''at least they're not Muslims.'' I sometimes can't believe the moderators' decisions, such as letting one such commenter say how ''Latinas look good in porn." And yet they censor the 'w-word' because they want to 'maintain a high standard'?
Our folk have become very confused people, putting it mildly. It's understandable how the dedicated 'liberals' who refuse to see evil in the noble savage can live in denial, but what about these supposed 'realists' who think Hispanics are assimilable? What about those like the White guy at AR who champions Asians and thinks them superior? Between the Hispanophiles and the Asianphiles, where are the lovers of their own folk?
Sometimes I almost despair.
So, does 'worse is better' still look like a realistic hope? To me, it looks even less credible than it did in 2008. What do you say, readers?