posted on May, 4 2010 @ 09:44 AM
If anyone is curious about whether disaster capitalism exists or not, take a look at the recent failed Times Square car bombing for an example. At the
first press conference featuring the governor, mayor, and police chief, when asked what message does Bloomberg wish to relay to the public regarding
this even, he stated that this is the reason why homeland security funding should not be cut from NYC! The initial reaction he had was not to appease
the fears of New Yorkers, but to instead pass the message that this will continue unless more money is given to the city.
Then, today, the following two articles...
Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly says there should be a recorded view of every street and sidewalk
from Central Park down to 34th Street. Experts say that could act as a deterrent.
"New York City is the number one terror target in the world, which is why we always have to keep in mind that New York has to receive the
homeland security funding that it needs," Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., ranking Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee said this
Again, as the result of the failed (due to luck or otherwise) car bombing, the City of New York stands to significantly profit from such an act. A
city wide camera grid, plus monitors, would be a hefty contract. Would the city have to pay for this? Not if the Homeland Security Committee gets a
While it stands to say that security measures that would prevent mass harm is a positive, if it was really that affective, shouldn't it have already
been put into place after, say, 9/11? The only time such a suggestion comes into play is when either fear is running wild, or when someone stands to
profit off of it...or both. This isn't to say the NYC attempt was apart of a massive NWO conspiracy, but instead that the powers with the proper
resources will exploit any random opportunity for profit, and, control. This is the true NWO modus operandi. This is disaster capitalism at work.
[edit on 5/4/2010 by thomasblackraven]