posted on Apr, 20 2008 @ 04:15 PM
I always detest leaning towards the alarmist side of things, yes. But the fabricated emergency idea is about the best I've heard. I don't buy into
the concentration camp theory -- yet -- because I have my doubts as to the extent of influence and power one would need to orchestrate such camps.
Americans have not lived the last two decades in some bleak communism, after all...and we're slow to get to the point of fighting back, but rather
determined when we do.
Or maybe that's 200 odd years ago...
At any rate, Katrina provided several things:
1) A delayed response from the most 'ready' federal agency in existence.
2) A training ground for door-to-door evacuation and relocation
3) A training ground for Blackwater USA to operate autonomously, despite the existence of Martial Law.
It also broke our hearts and bumped our internal resolve up a notch.
Whatever comes (or doesn't), may we be strong in spirit, and fight for love.