Doom, gloom and despair is growing in the Northeast in the weeks following super storm Sandy, as winter sets in with thousands of New Yorkers and New Jersey residents still reeling from the loss of their homes and property.
For many, the despair has grown into an intense anger, as tent cities set up by the Federal Emergency Management Agency begin to resemble prison camps.
Stressed residents who spoke to the Asbury Park Press talked bitterly about the cold, harsh conditions in tent cities with Blackhawk helicopters buzzing overhead.
“Sitting there last night you could see your breath,” Brian Sotelo, a Seaside Heights resident who was at Pine Belt Arena in Toms River with his wife and three kids a half-hour before the shelter opened as superstorm Sandy approached last week, told the small press.
“At (Pine Belt) the Red Cross made an announcement that they were sending us to permanent structures up here that had just been redone, that had washing machines and hot showers and steady electric, and they sent us to tent city. We got (expletive).”
This is where people start falling through the cracks
Sotelo is at a makeshift shelter that is called – ironically – “Camp Freedom.” But no one there feels free or secure – or comfortable.
“The elections are over and here we are. There were Blackhawk helicopters flying over all day and night.
Hurricane Sandy couldn’t have come at a worse time. The U.S. economy appears to be contracting, and the fourth quarter holiday shopping season in the most populated area of the country has been interrupted. Now, folks are more worried about pumping sewage laced water out of their towns than buying a new Apple iPod. Money is going to be diverted to buy generators and paint, not electronics and clothing.
New York and New Jersey are two of the most indebted states in the union. They have a combined $600 billion in debt. There is no wonder why both Governor Christy and Governor Cuomo are asking the Federal government to pick up 100% of the tab of rebuilding the infrastructure. There will be many who will find out homeowners policies are not covering flood damage. The cost has been estimated to be around $50 billion. Hurricane Katrina cost more than $100 billion, and it is far less populated than the Northeast coast. My sources say when all is said and done, the tab will exceed $200 billion. This is a giant drag on the fourth quarter in a very weak economy.
A lot of possibilities are making themselves available to the PTBs with the arrival of this manipulated megastorm in the northeast. Katrina was the perfect platform to test military involvement in disasters, disarming Americans and brutalizing innocents at will with no fair media coverage whatsoever.
That engineered event served to not only train and desensitize the military and police forces, but to set the tone for future heavy handed tactics in whatever (usually engineered) emergency situation may arise.
Worse yet, it unfortunately foreshadowed an even worse step in the totalitarian takeover….the absolute control of information, resulting in a scattered, confused and easily picked off populace.
Late last week, a bill HR 6566 was introduced on the floor of the US House of Representatives. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read it.
The bill is entitled the “Mass Fatality Planning and Religious Considerations Act,” and its stated purpose is “[t]o amend the Homeland Security Act of 2002 to require the Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide guidance and coordination for mass fatality planning…”
Hmmmm. Homeland Security. FEMA. Sounds like a fun party.
The bill was introduced a week ago, but it took the US Government Printing Office until this morning to actually make the text available to the public.
It turns out that my weeklong wait was for nothing. The bill itself is just a handful of paragraphs that merely reiterates the title… that the cracker jack team over at FEMA should be prepared to respond to mass fatalities in the United States, and to account for religious burial differences.
This is just one of those things that makes the stomach turn: the people who brought us the National Defense Authorization Act (authorizing the detention of US citizens on US soil) now deem it prudent to prepare for mass fatalities on US soil…
Moreover, they’re outsourcing it to one of the most failed government agencies in history.
The order to stab this writer with a poisoned needle was given by Japanese power broker Ichiro Ozawa and his North Korean faction, according to North Korean, South Korean and Japanese military intelligence and underworld sources. Ozawa is upset by repeated assertions by this writer that he was involved in, and profited from, the 311 nuclear and tsunami terror attacks against Japan. My question to Ozawa is, why not sue me for slander instead of trying to kill me? Is it because you are guilty of participating in, and profiting from, the murder of 20,000 of your fellow Japanese citizens?
We are now investigating whether Ozawa was acting on his own or following instructions from the Rockefellers, the Bushes or the P2 lodge. We have also heard that somebody lied to North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and told him this writer was somehow responsible for his father’s murder.
In any case, formal police complaints have been filed and the case against the cabal has just been upgraded from financial fraud to mass murder.
The cabalists seem to think that by murdering writers and politicians they can still somehow do a Hail Mary pass and get out of the situation they find themselves in. That is naïve to say the least.
In any case, it is becoming clear that the cabal’s attempts at mass manipulation through terror are falling apart.
The arrested suspects in the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo Subway system have testified the incident was an experiment in manipulation of Japanese politics via terror ordered by Kim Jong-il his Nazi cabal allies. It was a practice run for the much bigger terrorist attack carried out on March 11, 2011. The aim was to create 40 million “nuclear refugees” from Japan as a part of a strategy to rule Asia through terror. This plan has failed utterly.