posted on Dec, 25 2008 @ 03:36 PM
Originally posted by TheHypnoToad
I don't believe that the levees were blown up. I don't see what the use would be to do that. The damage that was caused when the levees broke was
huge, and there is no good reason to have done this.
Your thinking about the situation from the wrong perspective. For example BlackWater contractors were some of the first on the scene, they were there
before most rescue efforts even made their way into NOLA including National Guard.
So no blowing the levees may not be beneficial to us or good government, but to a company like BlackWater who survives off of wars and events such as
this, blowing up that levee = hundred million dollar contracts...
And scumbag government officials who are in on it aren't gonna peep as they are in for a cut of it.
Your thought is similar to that of the pro war lobby, against the "war for oil" argument, who claim if the war was for oil or gas would be cheap etc
The problem with that argument is similar to that of yours, its conclusion is based off of the assumption that the government or the puppet masters
actually care to include us on the spoils of war....
So no blowing the levee doesn't benefit us or government who will be spending billions to restore things, But it keeps companies like BlackWater
among any other Bush Co. buddies in business and super rich, and that's what matters, not us or this country.
[edit on 25-12-2008 by C0le]