Originally posted by Kryties
It wasn't until the end of the war that they even found the camps, up until then it had been rumour. Now tell me, of the millions killed/disappeared
during the holocaust why didn't they know that this many people were missing until they saw the evidence?
[edit on 2/10/2008 by Kryties]
Also, remember that the Nazi's were rounding up all the Jews at the time. People didn't question, because the Nazi regime fear mongered and
brainwashed the people into believing that the Jews were to blame for most if not all of their problems.
The population also knew any one who questioned the government, talked out against the government, and especially hid the Jews because they knew
something was up, were rounded up as political prisoners.
The people didn't have guns, they couldn't stand up against the government, and they were afraid of the government and what they could do. People
were forced in the military whether they wanted to be there or not.
Most were eventually brainwashed by the government, especially the children who had to go to public school. There was no other choice for them. This
was to ensure all kids would be loyal to the government when they grew up.
In the atmosphere of fear where it was very likely they could raid your neighbor's house with out any warrants, say they were hiding Jews whether
they were or not, and no one would question them, it was likely people could disappear very easily. If someone questioned what was going on, that
person could very well be the next political prisoner.
It is not too far fetched that the majority of the population didn't know what was actually happening with all the governmental lies going on, and
limited communication even for the time era.
As far as our government pulling something like this off during or even after Katrina, well I'm not too sure. What did we have during that time
frame. An incompetent FEMA who couldn't do their job, or were they? Many families being torn apart. Many people who went disappearing. Many people
who could have died without any body even knowing they died. Total and utter chaos.
In the aftermath, you have more confusion. People trying their best to find relatives who went missing. The death count rising. Bodies floating in the
streets. People sent to various camps in different states. People who still haven't found their relatives who they knew survived. People being forced
to live in trailers and other places that were not in the best of places. The people could not talk to any outsiders, or else. If you left, you would
not be able to receive any and all promised help to get you back home.
In those conditions, could 5000 people be murdered without the public knowing about it? Possibly. Think about it. The people who went dead were
prisoners. A relative calls up and asks about that person. Response, "we are sorry, but your son died." "But the news said that prison wasn't
flooded!" "Sorry, our records indicate that your son was transferred to this other prison before the flood happened." Or if there was no news on
that prison, then the relative would just have to accept the fact that the person is dead. Other possibilities of an explanation of why the person is
dead could range from suicide to you name it.
The other possibility could very well be that the 5000 didn't die all at once. They could have died over a period of time. Part of the 5000 could
have very well been looters that were out right shot in the streets. Who is there to stop a cop from doing so during that time period? A journalist
camera that could be confiscated on the spot? FEMA really didn't allow people in or out for a long time.
Then there is the fact that many stayed at these camps for a very long time. So long, that the stories about them died down. We really don't know
what happened to those people. Are they still in the camps? Did they go home? Did they find a new home? How many camps do we really know about? How
many camps do we not know about? I believe many people in the camps really didn't have many friends or family on the outside who really cared, or
they wouldn't have had to stay for such a long time. For many of them, their friends and family lived where they lived. They are either in their
camp, or another camp who knows where.
There is a possibility for a cover up here. Did it happen? Don't know. I do know the government has brainwashed us to believe what the "ligit" news
sources say, and that the people rounded up basically deserved what they got. They fear mongered the people in the camp, and anyone who tried to get
close to find out what really happened.
You already see all the questioning and doubts that this could even be done here on this thread. There is so much information left out about the
initial incident, that we really don't have all the information necessary to make an informed decision. We really don't know how much could be true
and how much fabricated. Was it really 5000? Was it right during the hurricane, right after, or over a period of time? If over a period of time, how
long? Were all of the actually killed by bullets to the head? I don't know if what she said was the whole truth, but I bet that there was some truth
to it. How much is the question. Here is the scary question. What if it was actually worse than what was reported to her?
I don't know if it happened or not. I believe that our corrupt government could and would do this if it was in their best interest for what ever
reason. What better way to hide so many deaths than to use the deadly hurricane as a smoke screen that killed and separated so many already?