Originally posted by opensecret1150
The "Black Curtain" around FEMA's Operations
by Kurt Nimmo
September 11, 2005
FEMA refused evacuation help from Amtrak; it turned away experienced fire fighters and first responders; it turned back Wal-Mart supply trucks;
refused to allow the Red Cross to deliver food; blocked a 500-boat citizen flotilla from delivering aid; turned away generators and other equipment
And for good reasons. Sound managment under difficult
Rapes, murders and crime has allready risen in areas which
are housing the Katrina refugees. Representatives of the
NAACP are attempting to convince the local communities to
embrace these people. Degradation of American values,
security, overall public health, social values are under
now under attack.
Now that they have been uprooted by Katrina into Houston
one can only brace for a new flood of social destruction.
Public knowledge of the NAACP looting and vandalism within
the hurricane effected areas has come to light. Attempts
to establish a new foothold in refugee areas by their own
radio station broadcasting thier political agendas has
been eliminated by FEMA.
"The project was unplugged even though it had key
support. On Monday, the Federal Communications Commission
quickly granted temporary licenses to broadcast inside the
Astrodome and the adjacent Reliant Center. The station
was also backed by the Houston Mayor's office and Texas
governor Rick Perry. But local officials said FEMA
bureaucrats KO'd the station-dubbed KAMP "Dome City
Radio"-because of "security concerns."
Common sense has again prevailed to protect Americans
from a new threat. Who could have forseen a domestic
threat emerge from a natural disaster. Generations of
people with criminal intent have been confined to this
area which was destroyed by Katrina. Lack of economic
opportunity provided a actual barrier for these people
to be restricted from our society.
I ask, How long after the storm subsided did it take
for these people to emerge only to attack the very own
areas they live in?
Relief workers were attacked and came under gunfire
which was revealed on worldwide news as they attempted
to enter affected areas. Thankfully proper action was
taken to protect these hardworkers of humanity from harm.
Beware of efforts from the NAACP to socially santize
surrounding areas housing Katrina refugees for the
emergence of violence and crime.