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Friday, January 15, 2010

Angry Haitians block roads with corpses: witness (how to keep from getting rescued) videos

We've sadly seen this all before, people around the world didn't learn from watching what happened with Indonesia and even here during Katrina , they were all too busy around the world and especially here bashing George Bush and his responses to the hurricane's aftermath and even 911.

There's no "game plan" that works for every or even any man made (like 911, the Obama administration) or  natural (Katrina, Haiti, Indonesia) disaster.

Yet here they need aid more than most, the roads are already blocked,  so how better to expedite the aid delivery process and complicate already deadly health issues than to pile dead bodies up in the streets to only use as road blocks...

See why it's sadly still third world there on half the island and how evil can so easily overcome good?  Demonstrated with another question everyone has which is "how come the Dominican Republic sharing the other half of the island is nowhere near the poverty levels seen in Haiti"?

One word and where we've been headed, Corruption.

These video's are quite Graphic so be forewarned.

Here's more video and proof positive to all American's why YOU CAN'T COUNT ON THE GOVERNMENT TO SAVE YOU IN TIME OF NEED and families need to be prepared if or when these things occur as much as possible.

Bodies fill the front yard of the morgue in Port-au-Prince. Survivors have started using corpses as road blocks Read more: 

Even with our extensive resources and the finest military men and women to call on in disasters, the people have to get out there and hold their own and help the best they can as well. Aid workers can't do it all.

Particularly when gangs of looters and thugs are running ramshod over the landscape with Machete's. They should be shot on sight, period.

It's also another reason why every American family should keep at least a week's worth of food, bottled water and one weapon and ammo in their home for when natural disasters hit...

Look no further than Katrina for proof that what's happening in Haiti can happen anywhere.

This is also proof that no matter how smart we may become as years go by (or some would argue we become dumber as time progresses)  we can never predict WHAT THE WEATHER IS GOING TO DO and WHEN or EVEN WHERE EARTHQUAKES ARE GONNA HIT.!

Reuters: "PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Angry Haitians set up roadblocks with corpses in Port-au-Prince to protest at the delay in emergency aid reaching them after a devastating earthquake, an eyewitness said,

Shaul Schwarz, a photographer for TIME magazine, said he saw at least two downtown roadblocks formed with bodies of earthquake victims and rocks.

'They are starting to block the roads with bodies, it's getting ugly out there, people are fed up with getting no help,' he told Reuters."


The urge to save humanity is always a false front for the urge to rule it. H. L. Mencken

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