Left Behind

Hurricane Sandy came and went. What was left behind in the wake of the storm? A reminder of what America is in 2012, offering a powerful portrait of just why Barack Obama stands ready to be re-elected on November 6:

Staten Island officials were becoming increasingly agitated about the lack of aid and supplies; they blasted the Red Cross for their absence. Staten Island Borough President Jim Molinaro was furious: “This is America, not a third world nation. We need food, we need clothing,” he fumed.

Hurricane Sandy Looter: Is a caption necessary?

America is a third-world nation, save for large geographic areas of the nation with low-population density where white people try and preserve some semblance of a nation (think Wyoming, Idaho, the Dakotas, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, and Iowa). 

Our major cities? Were an advanced alien species to try and attack earth (think 1996’s Independence Day) there would be no need to park city-wide spacecrafts with the military capacity to instantly wipe them out over major metropolitan areas in America; considering what black people have done to Detroit, Atlanta, Birmingham, Dallas, St. Louis, Memphis, parts of NYC, Chicago, Milwaukee, Richmond, Detroit, and Philadelphia, it would be of vital strategic importance to disable those low population density areas first.

They represent the only fight America has left; the major cities are already gone, courtesy of a much different weapon. Perhaps more potent and deadly then any other ever devised: equality. Weaponized equality.

But turn eyes away from the stories of looting and savagery; the racial fissure in America that Hurricane Sandy has once again exposed – that post-apocalyptic scenario – is nothing more than a a blinding gaze into the mirror, showing the heart and soul of what the USA is in 2012. 

Drudge Report has posted a link to an NBC story out of Brooklyn of black people stating:
“People are defecating in my building, in the hallways.” Another black woman then proceeds to demand that the mayor should have been there, because “we are a community just like everywhere else.”

No, my dear, you are not a community. You are a reminder of what TANF/welfare, Section 8 Housing, and EBT/Food Stamps provide (though strangely, not a peep of societal breakdown is heard from the poverty-striken Appalachian Mountains, where massive amounts of snow fell across the region at the same time Hurricane Sandy hit NYC/New Jersey). 

You are reminder of what is coming when “The EBT Card Runs Out”; a scenario that seems outlandish (considering deficit spending, a never-ending supply of money pumped by the Fed, etc.), but is a contingency that will eventually play out.

Peggy Joseph famously said (of Barack Obama’s election), “It was the most memorable time of my life. It was a touching moment because I never thought this day would ever happen. I won’t have to worry about putting gas in my car. I won’t have to worry about paying my mortgage. You know, if I help him, he’s gonna help me.”

She wasn’t far from the truth, was she? A prophetess indeed. That society will not last forever. This era – Black-Run America (BRA) – which has its origins in events that happened centuries ago, only coming to complete fruition in the 1960s, will end. 

Daring to notice the truth that Hurricane Sandy (just like Hurricane Katrina) exposes makes you an enemy of this state. 

The real state of America, the one the government work to protect, feed, ensure procreates and promote, is complaining about people defecating in the hallways of high-rise projects of Brooklyn. 

Three days… it took three days.



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