The death toll from Katrina is uncertain, but according to the National Hurricane Center, 1,836 fatalities
can be attributed to the storm: 1 in Kentucky, 2 each in Alabama, Georgia, and Ohio,
14 in Florida, 238 in Mississippi, and 1,577 in Louisiana. There are
still thousands missing. The mayor of New Orleans said that as any as
10,000 could had died from the flooding of New Orleans.
What’s the city’s population? Before: about 484,000 people.
_ After: about 360,400 people.
the city, the Census Bureau estimated 97,000 fewer African Americans in 2015
compared to 2000, 14,984 fewer whites and 4,830 more Hispanics.97,000 fewer Blacks. What happen to all the Black population? Where did they go? Did Houston, Memphis, St. Louis, Baton Rough, Dallas or some other city have a big increase in the Black population due to Katrina? NO What happen to the 100,000 Blacks? Did many of them wash out to sea? WHERE ARE THEY?
On August 24-27, a series of “recovery tours” will be held at various
public buildings, critical facilities and flood control structures
across St. Bernard Parish that were repaired or built with funding from
federal and state government.
“The recovery tours are an important part of our commemoration as
they serve to remind us how our countrymen helped rebuild St. Bernard
through the investment of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars,”
The Torres I Burns Trust and the Creative Alliance of New Orleans
will present an art exhibition, “The Spirit of St. Bernard: Portraits
and Videos,” Aug. 26 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the River House Museum in
The School Board will hold its annual Day of Reflection breakfast
August 28 at 8:30 a.m. at the Chalmette High School 9th Grade Academy.
For information regarding tickets contact the School Board office at
Later that day, Elaine P. Nunez Community College will open its
10-year Katrina time capsule and hold a photo retrospective at 5:30 p.m.
On August 29, a memorial service for those who perished in the storm
will begin at 9 a.m. at the Katrina Memorial at Shell Beach.continue reading
Was New Orleans targeted by a weather modification weapon built during the Clinton administration called HAARP. ?
Why was an elite CIA mercenary group called Black Water called in and given orders to Shoot to Kill?
Katrina was called the perfect hurricane. It came ashore on Christian Pass Mississippi. Hurricane Katrina did not cause the flooding that devastated New Orleans, but On 29 August 2005 there were over 50 failures of the levees and flood walls protecting New Orleans, Louisiana, and its suburbs following passage of Hurricane Katrina
and landfall in Mississippi. The levee and flood wall failures caused
flooding in 80% of New Orleans and all of St. Bernard Parish. Tens of
billions of gallons of water spilled into vast areas of New Orleans,
flooding over 100,000 homes and businesses. Responsibility for the
design and construction of the levee system belongs to the United States Army Corps of Engineers; the responsibility of maintenance belongs to the local levee boards.continue reading Levee failure.
Clara Barthelemy a resident of New Orleans St. Bernard community gave this account: “The 17th Street levee was bombed by the Army Corps of Engineers to save the
real estate in the city… to keep the French Quarter protected, the Ninth
Ward was sacrificed…
people are afraid to speak out… everyone who was near there heard the
bombings… they bombed
seven times. That’s why they didn’t fix the levees… 20 feet of water.
Gators. People dying in
water. They let the parishes go, not the city center. Tourist trap was saved
over human life.” continue reading
Was The New Orleans
Flooding A Planned Event?
- By Michael Shore
- The following eyewitness accounts produced the following
statement by the people who were there and witnessed first hand what was
going on in New Orleans and this is what they had to say regarding the
U.S. government’s actions with the people of New Orleans:
- “We couldn’t starve them out, the hurricane didn’t
kill them, it seems planned.”
- The idea that this whole hurricane disaster was a planned
event just like 911 is incomprehensible to just about everyone. But it
actually may have been. Please read the following two articles that appeared
on Rense. Technology now exists that can control and manipulate the weather…to
what degree is not known. A disaster like Katrina is not incomprehensible
when gangsters take control of such a powerful weapon. The Illuminati and
the Bush/Cheney gang and their associates in crime can literally get away
with murder on a grand scale in broad daylight – as long as they can keep
their secret of the existence of scalar weather weapons from the People,
which they are obviously successful in doing.
- Can Hurricanes Be Used As Weapons Of Mass Destruction?
- Was Hurricane Katrina A Man Made Storm For Profit?
- The accounts of the eyewitness storyfurther suggests
manipulation. The gangsters seem to be primed to grab many of the assets
a large chunks of land in New Orleans without having to use a major war
to do so. After everything has quieted down, they will then use taxpayer
money to rebuild …including casinos, hotels, shopping malls, condos etc,
etc. They will loot vast sums from the billions in Federal aid it will
take to repair the levees and infrastructure of the city. The Illuminati
bankers will also make billions in interest from the loans they will make
to the government, corporations and some individuals, who will need the
necessary financing for rebuilding. Of course, the slow response or “no
response” to this disaster is part of the plan. In one small swoop,
these gangsters have gotten “the poor niggers” off the land,
so when they rebuild, this area will become a major upscale lily white
NEW TOWN. How sick can they be?continue reading
- P.S. Do research
online. You might be shocked at what you uncover. Invite your friends
to read the above articles about weather manipulation. Do a google search
for ‘scalar weapons’ and read more about this amazing technology. Spread
the word…while we still can.
Carroll couldn’t sleep – not after what she had read earlier in the
day. It was 11 January 2006, four months after the deadly floods
triggered by Hurricane Katrina had swallowed many of New Orleans’ neighbourhoods.
Carroll and her husband were among the first to return after the
storm and take stock of theirs, Broadmoor, a low-lying area whose raised
bungalows and colourful shotgun houses had been inundated by up to 10
feet of water. The Carrolls’ home on Walmsley Avenue had been left
structurally sound; its wood floors didn’t buckle. Still, the water had
picked up pieces of furniture, carried them across rooms and left them
ruined. It broke up the back deck and crushed the garage door, before
submerging Maggie’s grandfather’s 1963 Chevy.
Renting an apartment off Magazine Street, a short drive away, for
$1,300 a month, the Carrolls faced days filled with uncertainty. Then,
on 11 January, the front-page story in the New Orleans Times-Picayune gave them yet another jolt. A mayoral-appointed Bring New Orleans Back Commission had sketched out a plan
it hoped would open the tap of federal aid. Crafted by a team of
outside consultants, the blueprint suggested concentrating redevelopment
on the city’s higher, less-flood-prone ground.continue reading
FEMA ethnic cleansing and depopulation … their task was to depopulate the area along … when it was clear that New Orleans had survived Katrina which was a .
- The following eyewitness accounts produced the following