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September 2005   
George Bush Destroys New Orleans; FEMA takes lives

George Bush Destroys New Orleans; FEMA takes lives

Here are a few excellent articles and commentaries on what happened in Louisiana, why it should never have happened, and why it is in the mess that it currently is.

The State and the Flood

Note that in his commentary, Mr. Rockwell points out that National Geographic Magazine "predicted" the current scenario in its magazine last year: National Geographic

Who Lost New Orleans?

Impeach Bush Now

Why So Few First Responders in New Orleans? They're in Iraq!

It Never Was “Can-Do” Government

UN Peacekeepers in the U.S.?

New Orleans Isn’t Anarchy

And how does the State respond to disaster? They set up a Concentration Camp Warning - the accounts are graphic.

Do Not Self Deploy


Thomas DiLorenzo correctly states that we should abolish FEMA:

"How many hurricane disasters will it take to demonstrate to the American sheeple that "FEMA" ALWAYS gets in the way of local communities and makes things worse? Anyone who pays any attention at all to the antics of these goose-stepping, beer bellied morons would have to come to this conclusion. Just look at a few news reports over the past couple of days:

"First, on Thursday, three days after the disaster struck, the head of FEMA was on TV promising that he would begin helping the people of New Orleans very soon.

"Then on a local D.C. channel there was a contingent of volunteers from Northern Virginia who told a reporter that they were half way to New Orleans and forced to turn around and go back home because FEMA had not given them the required permission to help their fellow citizens.

"Yesterday, a FOX War Channel reporter described how a FEMA truck with a huge sign on the windshield that read "FEMA H2O" stopped to give water to a couple of dozen armed bureaucrats (police), but when about twenty women appeared at the side of the road a couple of hundred yards away, literally screaming to be given water, the truck sped by them.

"Why on earth would anyone think that federal bureaucrats should be put in charge of "managing" and "administering" emergencies? Like all other federal bureaucracies, FEMA operates with all the competence of the post office and the compassion of the IRS."


Aaron Broussard, president of Jefferson Parish on Meet the Press:

"Sir, they were told like me. Every single day. The cavalry is coming. On the federal level. The cavalry is coming. The cavalry is coming. The cavalry is coming. I have just begun to hear the hooves of the cavalry. The cavalry is still not here yet, but I have begun to hear the hooves and were almost a week out.

Three quick examples. We had Wal-mart deliver three trucks of water. Trailer trucks of water. FEMA turned them back, said we didn't need them. This was a week go. We had 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel on a coast guard vessel docked in my parish. The coast guard said come get the fuel right way. When we got there with our trucks, they got a word, FEMA says don't give you the fuel. Yesterday, yesterday, FEMA comes in and cuts all our emergency communications lines. They cut them without notice. Our sheriff, Harry Lee, goes back in. He reconnects the line. He posts armed guards said no one is getting near these lines...

The guy who runs this building I'm in. Emergency management. He's responsible for everything. His mother was trapped in St. Bernard nursing home and every day she called him and said. Are you coming. Son? Is somebody coming? And he said yeah. Mama. Somebody's coming to get you.. Somebody's coming to get you on Tuesday. Somebody's coming to get you on Wednesday. Somebody's coming to get you on Thursday. Somebody's coming to get you on Friday. And she drowned Friday night. And she drowned Friday night. Nobody's coming to get us. Nobody's coming to get us. The Secretary has promised. Everybody's promised. They've had press conferences. I'm sick of the press conferences. For god's sakes, just shut up and send us somebody."


Here's an article from the Boston Herald article which describes how Mike Brown, the moron GOP activist who Bush named to head FEMA, "was fired from his last private-sector job overseeing horse shows."


Donating to help the victims?

Organizations like the American Red Cross have a long history of NOT forwarding money collected for victims of disasters like 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina. For instance, the Red Cross held back approximately half of the money that was donated to the victims of 9/11 to fight the phony “war on terror.” Bernadine Healy, who was the President and CEO of the American Red Cross at the time, testified before Congress the second week in November of 1991 that approximately half the money donated was being withheld from the families of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks and pocketed by the ARC for "threats we are facing" in the future. This is only one example of many that the Red Cross is guilty of.

If you are going to donate to help the victims of the disaster in the Louisiana area, please use a smaller organization that is not part of the Establishment. Don’t donate to the Red Cross or the United Way, or organizations of that sort. Find a lesser-known organization, preferably a Christian organization, and donate through them. You are much more likely to have all of your money spent the way you intended.


In 2001, FEMA warned that a hurricane striking New Orleans was one of the three most likely disasters in the U.S. (And when it happened, they couldn’t handle it – typical of Federal bureaucracy.) The Bush administration cut New Orleans flood control funding to pay for the Iraq war, when shoring up the levees and water pumps would have cost a mere $250 million, about a day-and-a-half of wartime operations in Iraq. After allowing 9/11, killing our kids in Iraq, and our citizens in Louisiana, it's past time to impeach Bush!