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Originally posted by Cabaret Voltaire
How do we get these videos?
It always amazes me when reporters and camera crews go into the most chaotic and dangerous places. How do they do it? Do they get dropped off by helicopter, shoot some scenes, and then get choppered out of there?
I wonder how long this is going to last in Haiti until some street gangs slaughter the nosy foreigners and their camera crews. Maybe we'll see some wild men hijack a helicopter?!! Or hunt, slaughter, cook and eat a pretty news reporter?!!
Originally posted by Zosynspiracy
Haiti seems like a perfect example of why Africa is such a mess and while inner city America is such a mess. They're a bunch of welfare junkies and the rest of the world is their supplier.
Originally posted by Subjective Truth
Hmm I know this is going to sound racist and I really am not I don't think skin color is anything more than how hot it is where your people are from but am I the only one seeing a pattern first you have Katrina and then this not to mention what goes on in Africa everyday is it racist to look at this way?
Originally posted by lilwolf
This was to be expected... at least by me... whenever there is a disaster the worst people sometimes poke their little heads out of the garbage..
If they are looting to stay alive that is one thing but looting for the hell of it... well shoot em down.
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
Originally posted by LadySkadi
From what I understand, there are whole areas that were and are controlled by gangs. There wasn't police presence prior to the quake in those areas and there certainly isn't now. Very dangerous places even before this disaster.
Yes, I heard that as well.