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nomad
09-05-2005, 11:05 AM
Take a look at this link !

http://judicial-inc.biz/katrina.htm

igwt
09-05-2005, 11:37 AM
Cloak Exclusive!

by Tom Heneghan
Filed 9/2/05

SECOND BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS


The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) sabotaged the levee. So say more than 25 eyewitnesses, primarily but not exclusively blacks. Some weather-warfare experts contend Hurricane Katrina was man-made, created and directed by the latest technology and high-level treachery.

On the ground and in helicopters, FEMA operatives have vowed to identify and snuff out the finger-pointers. But, like the War of 1812, amid British-instigated violence, a French and American alliance is protecting brave Americans.

Link Here (http://www.cloakanddagger.de/)

igwt
09-05-2005, 11:49 AM
Unsure of the veracity of the claims of the following.

March 16, 2005

Insane US Experimental Bomb Test, in Attempt to Change Jet Stream, Suggests Time May Be Near For Invasion and Occupation of North American Continent.

Whatdoesitmean (http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index697.htm)

Insight
09-05-2005, 11:21 PM
http://judicial-inc.biz/katrina.htm

I couldn't get the videos to work on this site. Do you have any other links where I can see this supposed "true reason" why the levees broke?

truebeliever
09-06-2005, 12:12 AM
That guy posts alot at LF. I like his format but am suspicious.

How could you POSSIBLY make a claim that the broken levy's are the plan of Jooo realestate developers?

Ahem...i think we all know the DEEPER reasons for causing chaos in N.O.

Insight
09-06-2005, 12:35 AM
Agreed.

nomad
09-06-2005, 05:09 AM
his claims are interesting ... we should update

this in the future to see how it acutally does

transpire.

09-06-2005, 07:06 AM
It's about time that the Hurricane experts informed us of the wind speed in New Orleans.

After Andrew, even when the Hurricane Center was hit in Miami and all equipment out, they knew wind speeds were as high as 165 mph.

And, with Andrew, they sent people from the area that wasn't hit the hardest to the area that was thinking they would be safer there. They weren't, as usual, just before landfall, the storm changed course.

Loss of life was minimal, but people spent hours with mattresses on their heads waiting for the storm to end.

There was no communication with the Hurricane Center, so Brian Norcross, meteorologist, guided people through the storm via radio.

So, if they directed the Hurricane's path into New Orleans and knew the levee was going to break as well, then, the destruction would not have been as widespread.

Our troops would not be fanned out in three different states; although I'm not hearing much about Alabama.

09-06-2005, 07:38 AM
Do we know how many dead in Mississippi?

We know New Orleans was under evacuation orders. Wasn't this because they thought the worst of the storm was coming their way??

She made a very "big" turn to the right according to the imagery before landfall or in time to evacuate the areas in Mississippi and Alabama who would face the worst of the Hurricane???

In other words, what path was projected before the storm hit????

igwt
09-06-2005, 07:51 AM
BlueAngel wrote:
Do we know how many dead in Mississippi?

We know New Orleans was under evacuation orders. Wasn't this because they thought the worst of the storm was coming their way??

She made a very "big" turn to the right according to the imagery before landfall or in time to evacuate the areas in Mississippi and Alabama who would face the worst of the Hurricane???

In other words, what path was projected before the storm hit????

New Orleans death toll could reach 10,000

Sep 6 2005

icWales


ENGINEERS plugged the levee break that had swamped much of New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina’s floodwaters, as the city’s mayor announced his grimmest yet prediction: as many as 10,000 dead.

Ray Nagin upped his estimate of the probable death toll in his city from merely thousands, telling NBC’s Today show, “It wouldn’t be unreasonable to have 10,000.”

IC Wales (http://icwales.icnetwork.co.uk/0100news/0700world/tm_objectid=15936296&method=full&siteid=50082&headline=new-orleans-death-toll-could-reach-10-000-name_page.html)

09-06-2005, 08:05 AM
Ten Thousand due to a broken levee; the federal government's refusual to respond and city/state and local mismanagmeent of an evacuation plan.

Not from 80 MPH winds!!!

09-06-2005, 10:48 AM
Certainly, someone within the state/local government, even residents, should know who, what and when the levees were being examined (tampered with) before Katrina.

Someone knows and saw something!!!

Max
09-06-2005, 12:36 PM
In the "New Orleans and HAARP" discussion, freeman wrote: "If they were prepared in advance to withhold aid, then they were prepared in advance to generate the crisis requiring the aid. It is that simple."

Brilliantly said- and to add to that, they will also prepare in advance how they can best profit from the disaster. I don't doubt that globalist land developers will buy up the real estate for pennies on the dollar and enjoy the fallout from a wealth of other scams. I'm not sure how it matter much if it is Zionists or what- they're all part of the NWO.

this
09-06-2005, 09:39 PM
The 'proof' at this point of sabotage, is similar to that of the buildings collapsing on 911. Civil engineers who presumably build factors of failure into structures like bridges, office towers and levees usually get it right.

Does jet fuel melt steel? No. Do steel framed office towers collapse in on themselves after 1/2 an hour of fire? No.

Do levees whose sole raison d'etre is to resist flood waters, spontaneously collapse? Not too likely. What you have to weigh is the 'coincidence' of a FEMA/US Military Stand Down for 4 days fighting local officials every step of the way, and the 'possibility' of said forces doing a little sabotage to make it a proper disaster.

Find the person who understands the diabolical nature of the Katrina Stand Down, 4 election years after 911, and then thinks it unlikely there was levee sabotage, and you have a very strange individual indeed. Too much of a co-incidence.