The last refuge
They say that patriotism is the last refuge to which a scoundrel clings.
Steal a little and they throw you in jail, steal a lot and they make you king. - Bob Dylan
Autopsies are being performed on Mississippi's dead, which alone are now expected to number 40,000. This is a dignity that will be denied New Orleans' victims, most of whom will never be identified, and whose remains are likely destined for mass graves. With New Orleans emptied, its people scattered and families divided, the bodies needn't be matched to names, and the count of fatalities can be easily fudged.
I think the people who fear horrifying the public with too much bitter truth are worrying themselves over nothing. Several generations of social engineering have created a considerable base of support for Satanic enterprises such as culling the herd, though it goes by other names. Let the "bleeding hearts" bleed and break themselves on their compassion; the deaths of Americans will shock the millions suckled on the poison of Limbaugh and O'Reilly no more than they are moved by mass casualty events in South East Asia and the Indian subcontinent. (Speaking of which, Bangladesh has pledged $1 million in relief to the United States.) They have been persuaded they have no bonds with the poor and the black, who have been forced to live in their own filth as though to confirm the prejudice of class and race. It's a genocidal transference, and the victim becomes the vermin. Those people were asking for it.
Is it Helter Skelter yet? A flyer, said to be circulating in Los Angeles and attributed to the Nation of Islam, calls for street gangs to join the Nation in Jihad against the LAPD. The dispossessed are being scattered on the winds, often landing in prison-like conditions, such as Utah's Camp Williams, "replete with barbed wire [and] armed soldiers with weapons at ready." And they had better be grateful for it. As Barbara Bush told Larry King told Larry King last night, "so many of the people in the arena here, you know, were underprivileged anyway so this - [chuckle] - this is working very well for them."
New Orleans is in diaspora, and the city is returning only in a hyperreal condition, like a Franklin Mint version of itself, once Halliburton fulfills its contracts. The horrors the evacuees have endured have ensured that many have already vowed they will never return, even if their return were permitted, or they could afford residence in the likely gentrified pseudo-city. They will need to find work hundreds and thousands of miles from home, if they ever make it beyond the barbed wire, and most of their home will soon be demolished.
The spin is this isn't the time to point fingers, even as the regime apologists say there is much blame to go around, all the way from the mayor of New Orleans to the Governor of Louisiana. The limited hang-out is FEMA's "incompetence," which may, eventually, cost Michael Brown his job. And they will make it so hard to wrest it from him that it will seem like a tremendous accomplishment when he's promoted sideways. But it's not incompetence that bars relief, declines to drop supplies, turns back evacuees and cuts lines of communication.
"Culling," a document of The Order of Nine Angles, states that "The time is now right - both strategically and tactically - to reveal the Satanic truth, the whole Satanic truth and nothing but the Satanic truth in clear, precise terms which are not open to mis-interpretation."
There are no masks anymore. The whole Satanic truth is on display, from the disdain of mercy to the piling of horror upon horror. But the more grotesque the vision, the greater the need of those yet in denial to avert their eyes. This is the challenge before Americans at which the world holds its breath: Can they see, this time? Have they had enough, yet?