Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Minister Louis Farrakhan: Bomb Blew Up Levee

Farrakhan says a bomb blew up New Orleans levee to flood black neighborhoods.

I don't know what is worse. The fact that he said it or the fact that the news media reports this insanity.


Anonymous said...

Corps chief orders levee pipes with explosives

Associated Press
2:30 p.m. CDT, May 1, 2011

The Army Corps of Engineers officer in charge of deciding whether to destroy a southeast Missouri levee has ordered crews to start filling pipes at the levee with explosives.

Maj. Gen. Michael Walsh instructed crews Sunday to move barges containing explosives to the Missouri side of the Mississippi River in case he decides to blow up the levee.

Walsh says he still hasn't decided whether to breach a two-mile section of the levee to relieve pressure upriver on the small Illinois community of Cairo. Doing so would put 130,000 acres of Missouri farmland under water but protect the Illinois community of 2,800 residents.

Walsh says it will take 20 hours to fill the tubes at the Birds Point.

Anonymous said...

NOLA Levees Intentionally Blown To Cleanse Blacks

In 1927, the so-called Great Mississippi Flood was used to ethnically cleanse African-Americans. “As the flood approached New Orleans, Louisiana 30 tons of dynamite were set off on the levee at Caernarvon, Louisiana,” explains Wikipedia. “This prevented New Orleans from experiencing serious damage but destroyed much of the marsh below the city and flooded all of St. Bernard Parish… During the disaster 700,000 people were displaced, including 330,000 African-Americans who were moved to 154 relief camps. Over 13,000 refugees near Greenville, Mississippi were gathered from area farms and evacuated to the crest of an unbroken levee, and stranded there for days without food or clean water, while boats arrived to evacuate white women and children. Many African-Americans were detained and forced to labor at gunpoint during flood relief efforts… The aftermath of the flood was one factor in the Great Migration of African-Americans to northern cities.”