posted on Aug, 28 2011 @ 12:40 PM
Most likely the feds using the cover of storm and evacuation to move the loot to another safer undisclosed loacation enmasse. You would never think
that that unmarked panel van evacuating beside you on the interstate had your'e hard earned stolen loot in it now would ya.
Honestly, those northeastern large cities are not regularly vistied by hurricanes, therfore are not as prepared as those of us in the southeast that
get hit quite often. Andrew, Katrina, Charlie and many other named storms have proven that no matter how prepared you think you are, the unpredictable
nature of these storms can and will prove you wrong. Also you have to take into consideration the slightly warmer than usual sea temps that feed and
generate these storms as well as the unpredictable nature of mother nature. So I don't think that there was any over reation, just prudent planning
by those that hope to be reelected next year.
Having had an widespread effect from an rare earthquake for the east coast, jacking the nerves of a large portion of East coasters, and with all the
damage still left as an unknown, and within just a few days a large cyclone approaching with warm waters beingn sufficient to push Irene into a cat 4
or even maintain a cat 3 as far as New York, they were smart, the did the right thing, The very unpredictable nature of these cyclones allowed the
storm to begin breaking down, you now want to apply a conspiracy. Maybe the conspiracy is not always the government, perhaps it is those that relish
doom and gloom; the fearmongers and those that are so bored that the apocalypse seems more interesting.
Thinking outside the box demands that one consider all the information, speculation will occur when most of the relevant information is left out of
the equation. So far the only conspiracy I've seen concerning these current natural events of the East coast of the US are by those that enjoy
fearmongering, or fail to look at all the relevent information and available information.