Tuesday, November 04, 2003

California Fires



"I lived in the California Sierra foothills almost at the edge of the El Dorado National Forest from 1976 to 1999 and had a front row seat in the Great Debate over sustainable development, the Sierra Club´s environmental propaganda and the death of the economy in my county as its economic base, logging and related businesses, were slowly strangled to death during the eight years of the Clinton Administration. As I watched the massive fires now raging in Southern California, that have so far killed 20 people, burned about a half-million acres and hundreds of homes, I thought about articles I have written in years gone by that warned this would happen." (11/02/03)
http://toogoodreports.com/column/general/mostert/20031102-fss.htm

Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2003 11:18:06 -0500
From: GUITARZEN@AOL.COM
Subject: Radarmatrix - a retrospective

I as well as many of you, witnessed the extreme change in the jetstream right after the wildfires became news. With Arnold visiting the whitehouse and the whitehouse stating that they were going to do all that was possible to help California you could almost smell a rat.

The question would be, why would they do such a thing? Well, first clues always come from the Fox "talking points." You'll know it because they constantly repeat it. Even the guest do so.

Well, the talking points recently, about the California budget woes, was being put squarely on immigrants and how much money they are taking out of the pot. Even though they all pay taxes and provide cheap labor! So San Diego and these fires are located REAL close to the southern border. I wonder if these fires where put in effect to get FEMA in place and to create a wall if you will to stop the flow.

OR......with all these fires and money coming in from the federal government, these fires being so far south they could bring over extremely cheap workers and pocket the extra money into the budget deficit and cook the books. Making Arnold look swell!=)

Just a thought!
mojo

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