Hurricane Katrina: Blacks Worsen Disaster
Report; Posted on: 2005-08-30 22:51:43
The high cost of multiracial madness
by James Buchanan
An Associated Press article reports “Helicopters dropped sandbags on two broken levees as the water kept rising in the streets. The governor drew up plans to evacuate just about everyone left in town. Looters ransacked stores. Doctors in their scrubs had to use canoes to bring supplies to blacked-out hospitals. New Orleans sank deeper into crisis Tuesday, a full day after Hurricane Katrina hit… The mayor estimated that 80 percent of New Orleans was flooded, while a countless number of residents were still stranded on rooftops… ‘It’s like being in a Third World country,’ said Mitch Handrich, a registered nurse manager at Charity Hospital… The historic French Quarter appeared to have been spared the worst flooding, but its stores were getting the worst of human nature. ‘The looting is out of control. The French Quarter has been attacked,’ Councilwoman Jackie Clarkson said. ‘We’re using exhausted, scarce police to control looting when they should be used for search and rescue while we still have people on rooftops.’ As Sen. Mary Landrieu flew over the area by helicopter, a group of people smashed a window at a convenience store and jumped in… One looter shot and wounded a fellow looter, who was taken to a hospital and survived.”
We are getting a very brutal lesson in the harm that a large Black population can cause. Shop owners, whose stores have suffered storm damage will discover that local coloreds have cleaned out their inventory. Many small business owners will decide not to rebuild in or near Black neighborhoods. The Blacks of course will complain of racism when they notice many businesses not re-opening.
(Image: Looters watch for police as they hit a drug store in the French Quarter district of New Orleans.)
The 1992 Los Angeles riot is a good example of what can happen. A CNN article from 1997 reports “Five years ago, it was anticipated that 500 corporations would invest more than $1 billion in riot-torn South Central Los Angeles. It didn’t happen. Francisco Pinedo runs Cisco Bros. furniture factory, one of the few businesses that made a commitment in the area and stuck with it. ‘It’s very discouraging,’ Pinedo said. ‘It’s very hard when you feel like you come in to be a team player and the team doesn’t show up.’ If business by and large avoided South Central Los Angeles, the people who live here could not.” Even when people were willing to re-open businesses in Black L.A., getting insurance would be difficult if not impossible after the riot because of the continued danger posed by the Blacks living there.
One additional problem with the huge Black population in New Orleans is that it vaccuumed up most of the tax money that should be going into maintaining or improving the levees that were supposed to protect the city. A USA Today article reports “Because of two levees that broke Tuesday, the city was rapidly filling with water, the governor said. She also said the power could be out for a long time, and the storm broke a major water main, leaving the city without drinkable water. Also, looting broke out in some neighborhoods.” If Louisiana did not have an enormous Black population requiring billions in government spending while paying only a fraction back in taxes, there would have been money available to improve and reinforce the levees that were supposed to protect the city. Many of our great civil engineering works will deteriorate and collapse as unmotivated and incompetent non-White political appointees replace competent Whites in key positions throughout America.
As FEMA steps in and starts doling out emergency aid, no doubt there will be long lines of Blacks with their hands out demanding aid regardless of whether or not they lost anything in the storm. Some Blacks will drive down from St. Louis and Detroit to get in on the hand outs. Crack heads who lived on the streets will probably get $1000 for getting wet. Hopefully some White Americans will wake up to the Black problem when they see them looting and then demanding emergency aid.
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