60,000 trapped in FEMA's Superdome concentration camp

60,000 trapped in FEMA's Superdome concentration camp

Total Information Analysis | August 31 2005

From WWL-TV's wwltv.com:

"4:21 P.M. - WWL-TV Reporter quotes officials as saying there may now be 60,000 people in the Superdome and that more people are still being urged to go there."

Official spokesmen are now denying the numerous reports this morning from National Guardsmen and others that New Orleans is under martial law. But that is exactly what New Orleans and southeast Louisiana are under as the governor demands the entire city be evacuated...

Numerous media reports indicate that refugees are not allowed to leave the Superdome. The Superdome is now a prison. Tens of thousands of Americans, trapped in a 21st-century FEMA concentration camp.


Comment from webmaster of Jesus-is-Savior...

The above article occurred at the time of hurricane Katrina which devastated Mississippi and Louisiana on August 28th, 2005.  60,000 people voluntarily entered the superdome structure in the hours preceding the storm, seeking protection from anticipated dangerous hurricane winds and flying debris.   I was immediately disturbed when it was reported days later that tens-of-thousands of people were being "forced" to remain in the superdome with no electricity, inoperative bathrooms, no air-conditioning, etc.  To make matters worse, part of the roof had blown off the superdome during the storm and massive amounts of rain had flooded the structure.  Can you imagine the discomfort inside the dome with no bathrooms, high humidity, no air-conditioning, few lights, tens-of-thousands of frustrated people?  It is appalling!  It is shocking that anyone in America would be FORCED against their will to remain in any building, let alone in a structure with such deplorable conditions.  The moral to be learned is simple...never go into any building, camp, or structure during an emergency without first considering that you may end up imprisoned there against your will for an indefinite amount of time.  It's sickening to see people treated worse than animals.


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