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"Katrina Commission"
to explain why the
levees failed?


September 2005

  • Could the breaking of the levees in New Orleans be a sequel to the 9-11 attack?

  • Could the "problems" with the rescuing of people be deliberate?

  • Could this be the largest, most destructive, most deadly attack that the USA has suffered from so far?


    Sure looks that way!

    As with the 9-11 attack, there is lots of evidence. Let's look at just one interview on September 4th, 2005 in which Tim Russert of NBC news talked with Michael Chertoff, Aaron Broussard, and others.

    Aaron Broussard provided evidence that the government took advantage of Katrina:

    Let me give you just three quick examples. 

    We had Wal-Mart deliver three trucks of water, trailer trucks of water.  FEMA turned them back.  They said we didn't need them.  This was a week ago. 

    FEMA--we had 1,000 gallons of diesel fuel on a Coast Guard vessel docked in my parish.  The Coast Guard said, "Come get the fuel right away."  When we got there with our trucks, they got a word.  "FEMA says don't give you the fuel."

    Yesterday--yesterday--FEMA comes in and cuts all of our emergency communication lines.  They cut them without notice.  Our sheriff, Harry Lee, goes back in, he reconnects the line. He posts armed guards on our line and says, "No one is getting near these lines."

    That remark is a bit past half way down in the transcript for September 4, 2005:

    Why would FEMA cut the communication lines?

    Considering that FEMA lies about fire bringing down Building 7 and the towers of the World Trade Center, shouldn't we wonder if FEMA cut the communication lines to stop the people inside New Orleans from letting the world know what was going on?

    Then, after the people in New Orleans were dead, the communication lines could be restored, and nobody would know what really happened.

    When Russert talked with Michael Chertoff about the levees, Chertoff made the remark:

    "What surprised them was that the levee broke overnight and the next day and, in fact, collapsed."

    That remark is almost half way down in the transcript:

    So, the levees "collapsed", and in three different locations, and after the hurricane had passed by. This does not happen to levees very often -- if it has ever happened.

    This peculiar "collapse" of the levees might remind you of the peculiar manner in which the towers survived the airplane crashes and fires, and then collapsed for no apparent reason.

    Will we soon find PBS or National Geographic giving us such television programs as "Why the Levees Collapsed"?

    Will Larry Silverstein announce on TV:

    I remember getting a call from the FEMA commander, telling me that they were not sure they could evacuate the poor people from New Orleans, and I said,

    "You know, we've had such terrible crimes in the Superdome, maybe the smartest thing to do is drown them."

    And they made that decision to drown, and then we watched the levees collapse.

    Will the government hire Gene Corley to investigate? (Corley is the engineer the government hired to investigate the fire at Waco, the Oklahoma City bombing, and the collapse of the World Trade Center.)

    "After a detailed, unbiased, scientific analysis, our team of crack scientists and engineers have concluded that the government explanation is -- once again -- 100% correct."

    An interview with witnesses to the demolotion

    This couple was in the area that got flooded. They survived, but are not smart enough to understand what happened. The man who interviews them tells them that the levees were blown to save the city. Watch the video here. (Update: the video has been deleted. I'll look for another copy)

    Please help us educate people. If enough respectable people discover how corrupt the world is, we might be able to make this planet into something we can be proud of and enjoy.