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Cynthia McKinney Reveals that 5000 people were executed!!!

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posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 04:14 PM
These days I can't discount anything especially when it comes to the government. Just look at what has happened in the last 8 years ? And where we're headed ?

Genocide, is remotely possible just perhaps because they were inmates. We know that statistically the majority of which especially in Louisiana might be predominately minorities. Dead men don't tell lies.

The Mafia has been in the business of making undesirable people disappear for decades now. Thats why they own all of the waste disposal corporations now. Did we ever find Jimmy Hoffa ? Nope....

As far as the dumping in the swamp and floating downstream ....Can you say Cement Shoes ?

posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 04:26 PM
Greetings to HypnoToad & Redhatty, lifelong fellow New Orleanian here as well. I think it's really hard for people who've never been to NOLA to understand a few things:

1) We DO NOT live in a swamp with alligators crossing roads. However, it is a short drive to the Spillway or other areas where, IMO, they could hide massive bodies if the wanted. I've heard from friends in the Guard that say they threw bodies in the Mississippi River. NOTE: I AM NOT SAYING I BUY INTO ANY OF THIS!

2.) There was no shortage of rumors of all kinds on ridiculous things after Katrina. These insane lies hurt our city greatly as well as its residents. It's mind blowing the crap that people spew with no hard evidence and no consideration of who it may affect if they are wrong.

I could go on but I've got work to do.......

One luv.

posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 05:54 PM
Alright, gentleman, you've caught me. Me and my E-tool were verryyy busy.

But what is she complaining about? Think about the reduction in the carbon footprint!!

posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 06:26 PM
I don't know who is more insanely irresponsible; Cynthia McKinney or those who even bother to listen to a word that nutbag says, never mind buy her load of crap, hook, line and sinker.

I'm begging some of you. Get a hobby.

posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 06:29 PM
Talking heads on TV are now openly questioning her sanity.
It's been questioned before, but not like this.

posted on Oct, 2 2008 @ 06:34 PM

Originally posted by Night Watchman
I don't know who is more insanely irresponsible; Cynthia McKinney or those who even bother to listen to a word that nutbag says, never mind buy her load of crap, hook, line and sinker.I'm begging some of you. Get a hobby.
Crazy people can be capable of pointing out problems. They might be actually better at it than sane people because they think they can get away with it.
That is one thing. I could sit there and listen to her saying that people in authority are evil and do bad things.
But it is something completely different to listen to her saying what she thinks is a good solution. That would be when I walked away. I would go as far as thinking I should vote for a third party candidate, but not her.

posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 04:20 AM

Originally posted by tdogg1

Why don't we just admit that white governments kill Black or color people? For lying
reasons or no reason. We see it all the time. We all know just from the rhetoric and hatred on
the internet that there are plenty of white people who would join the mility or other forces
just for an oppurtunity to murder with impunity.

I personally don't doubt this. Race is a serious issue and I find it strange when other people don't think it's a problem. 5,000 people allegedly being executed like this in light of both the figures of missing people generally and well as the mass graves of holocaust victims raises good, valid points.

However, as my earlier posts on this thread have asked, I'm not sure where the race element to this story actually is, or how it's "genocide", as the OP has suggested. I went to the trouble of downloading the clip, despite only having dial-up, and I couldn't see where McKinney actually states that these men were black.

posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 04:27 AM
reply to post by Merriman Weir

She doesn't explicitly state that they are black. But if you are familiar at all with New Orleans demographics, then reason will follow that the majority of prisoners in New Orleans jails are black.

Sometimes things are so obvious to some people that hey don't even have to be said out loud.

posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 03:06 PM
OK, I'll admit that I didn't have anything to do with these missing people. I was just joking that me and my e-tool were busy.

But I'd like to take this time to introduce a new product I developed.

It's called Soylent Green. Now in bacon flavor!

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 02:08 PM
It would fall under the definition of homicide not genocide.
Genocide is a specific race creed nationality ethnic religious group. Homiside is indiscriminate.

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 02:21 PM
Five thousand bodies dumped in the swamp.
With a single GSW to the head.
No way to keep something like this a secret.
By now wild animals would have carried body parts
out of the area.
Plus domesticated dogs would be bringing home
some questionable parts as well.

Plus how are you going to dig a hold large enough to bury five thousand people, with a bulldozer. Ever see a bulldozer try to move into or through a swamp. In no time the dozer would be buried itself. If these five thousand had three to five family members, that is twenty five thousand people asking questions.

Perhaps throwing a body or three into the Mississippi river sounds more reasonable to me. I would almost figure that in the search for survivors, that finding a corpse in a location where instead of hauling it out it could/would be tossed into the river.

Excuse me, we did find Jimmy Hoffa--
he was in a maternity ward in a Cleveland--
guess what he was doing? Organizing Labor

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 02:43 PM
i also find it hard to believe excepting Katrina and another thing (nothing to do w/louisiana) but there are 7 georgia state run pre-release institutions closing and are being added as "fast track" to host prisons and nothing was addressed in any new media in georgia and while searching just so happen to stumble across an article on Georgia Department of Corrections web page. there are about 256 in each of these institutions.....roughly 2000 being quietly moved. an inmate could become lost in the shuffle........just a thought.

i am still digging into the prison industrial complex as in the us alone we have 8,600 (short list) but have searched near new orleans for a prison complex and am having difficulty imagining only 13 facilities

The Louisiana Department of Corrections (DOC) is responsible for the custody and care of adult offenders across Louisiana. Just over half of Louisiana‘s approximately 37,000 inmates are assigned to the state’s thirteen correctional facilities. The remaining offenders are assigned to parish facilities and work release centers. DOC’s Probation and Parole division supervises an additional 63,000 offenders.

i will dig a little deeper as i do find this most alarming and frankly a possibility. i do not put anything past Bush...... nothing. i think the whole katrina thingie was a test run. so just get ready there's a train a coming!!!!!

posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 02:46 PM
reply to post by Dr Love

this is my point exactly. in view of what is happening throughout america this could be just the beginning. i am convinced that katrina was a test run for fema and all the other military and non-military personnel.

posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 03:27 PM
All the bodies dumped in the swamp had at least one bullet in the head because they were Zombies. There was quite an outbreak after Katrina, that was what the oath of silence (didn't know I could tell my Mom) was about. Once they figured out that the virus wouldn't cross the species barrier (nobody wants zombie-gators) we were allowed to dump bodies in the swamp. Some of them may have been prisoners, but I doubt it. It is completely documented in the Pentagon's Zombie data base. Putting down the Zombies delayed food shipments into New Orleans for two days.

The Katrina outbreak was the first major test of the Army Combat Un-Dead uniform system (ACU) and it was so effective the Zombies never saw what hit them. The Louisiana National Guard didn’t lose a single soldier. (if the U in ACU stood for uniform, it would be the Army Combat Uniform uniform, it is the cover name for a small project which became Army standard)

The ACU pattern was developed by the National Guard Bureau because they are the nation’s primary response to Zombie outbreaks. Look at a set of ACU's through yellow lens sunglasses and you'll see what I mean. The virus causes a jaundice which effects optic input, changing light sensitivity and color perception. I don't have first hand knowledge of ant outbreaks in Iraq or Afghanistan, but that is the only explanation for sending the ACU overseas.

I believe that the nation is ready for the truth about this. Thank goodness that one politician is willing to talk about Zombies, even if she got the story tragically wrong. I hope Barack Obama will bring this issue up at the debates. The Bush administration has been less than forthcoming on the issue.

posted on Oct, 16 2008 @ 02:01 PM

posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 06:35 PM
It's one thing for McKinney to jump on other people's conspiracy theories, but to go out and spin her own in public? And for it to be so implausible? I was going to vote for the Green Party, like I usually do, but this ridiculous incident made me vote for Ralph Nader, instead. I'm embarrassed that MY GREEN PARTY let this woman lead the ticket.

We need Green Party candidates who will raise environmental issues, not social justice issues too leftist for the Democrats to touch or, in this case, bat # crazy stuff McKinney pulled out of NOWHERE.

The Green Party has been veering for too long into social justice issues at the expense of environmental issues. This is where it leads. To a swamp full of imaginary bodies and this kind of public embarrassment for the party.

posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 06:44 PM
reply to post by Dr Love
Ironic. Isnt Louisiana a Red state?

posted on Dec, 21 2008 @ 05:09 PM
Wow, what a cold response. Could this person must be someone in law enforcement? That's scary!

posted on Dec, 21 2008 @ 05:40 PM
Why would anyone give this woman attention ? Seriously she is a fruitcake

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