Saturday, November 03, 2012


Thanks in large part to Mayor Bloomberg (A Zionist and former Candidate for U.S. President) and to Governor Cuomo of the state of New York; the entire actual game-plan for the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has been made crystal clear—INCLUDING MARTIAL LAW!
Mayor Bloomberg also had dire warnings for people riding elevators during the storm. “If you get into an elevator during the storm, we will get you out, but you will be sent to an internment camp.” Bloomberg said that the government can no longer tolerate citizens who do not do exactly what the government tells them to do. “New York City is no place for rebels. If you want to defy our orders, you will be sent to a camp.” The Mayor says he will send any “defiant New Yorker” to the internment camps. “Zero tolerance,” he repeated.”
It’s thanks to mayor Bloomberg’s remarks today that we can finally see how this government plans to respond to the public’s needs in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. What will happen once the public finds out just exactly how they will be treated now that the shit will really hit the fan and give those New Yorkers with weapons a chance to make up their own minds as to whether or not they want to accept the “HELP” being offered—given Bloomberg and Cuomo’s decisions about what to do with the survivors from the storm in New York City.
There have been rumors for the last two years that the U.S. Government has been building internment camps in every state.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has also signed-off on the internment camps. Governor Cuomo said he met with the National Guard to review strategy. He has deployed several units to help with the storm, and several more to round-up looters.
Mayor Bloomberg also had dire warnings for people riding elevators during the storm. “If you get into an elevator during the storm, we will get you out, but you will be sent to an internment camp.” Bloomberg said that the government can no longer tolerate citizens who do not do exactly what the government tells them to do. “New York City is no place for rebels. If you want to defy our orders, you will be sent to a camp.”
The Mayor says he will send any “defiant New Yorker” to the internment camps. “Zero tolerance,” he repeated.
Reporters questioned the constitutionality and legality of imprisoning looters, but Mayor Bloomberg said, “We have the full support of the Obama Administration. Looters will be placed in these camps and some may even be deported.”
You are going to deport Americans?” asked John Quimby of The Daily News. “Yes, we will figure out where the looters ancestors came from and ship them off to that country. President Obama and I agreed that it’s time to clean up our cities, and our country, and Hurricane Sandy will give us a good opportunity to do so.”
Left-wing activist attorney, Ron Kuby, objected to the threat of arresting and imprisoning looters. “This is America, this is not communist Russia. I believe the whole hype around the storm is an attempt by the U.S. government to practice their draconian methods for controlling the populace in case of a revolution. I will not allow ANY looter to be sent to an interment camp.”
Ron Kuby was arrested and sent to upstate New York.
What will the looters be forced to do at the internment camps? Mayor Bloomberg isn’t saying… but he had an evil grin.” (1)
The survivors in New York and New Jersey are not receiving the promised HELP that they are asking for, in the absence of cell towers, electricity and emergency provisions such as food and water, clothing and rescue. Almost no boats, very few heavy trucks that can drive through the waters, and aside from helicopters, where are the Red Cross Volunteers or for that matter the FEMA rescue personnel that are not LOOTERS who are impersonating help or government agents in order to steal or attack the victims: No mention about these creatures from the Zionist Mayor of New York City, or the hands off governor of New York State—their obvious concern is how many victims they can intern into their FEMA camps as criminals, for being caught up in this storm!
Why are the 59,500 troops not being used to HELP the disaster-victims instead of simply to arrest people that are dying for HELP?
Apparently the 59,500 troops are being used in
Martial Law in Long Beach NY, Declared 11-31-12

A Letter From Hurricane Sandy Victims On Staten Island

November 2, 2012
Hey guys.
I have just a few of you on this email because I didn’t want it to get too crazy.
All of you have voices, and all of you have networks. I am asking you from the bottom of my heart to use these to help right now.
As many of you know, hurricane Sandy left us in a dire situation.
Most of you may know my friend Tina– her name on facebook is Tina Sabella Downer. She is a tireless patriot and friend– a friend of liberty and a very dear personal friend of mine.
She lives in Oakwood Beach, on Staten Island. Her neighborhood has been destroyed. There are at least 15 dead on her block and another block near hers, which the MSM is not reporting. She has pretty much lost her home, and others have floated away into the ocean.
I have spoken with Tina today and she said many of her neighbors are homeless, left with NOTHING. I feel the need to reach out and do everything we can for this area, and would appreciate your help in getting the word out there about her and her close friends and community.
I have started a chip-in– To donate to the Oakwood Beach Rescue Fund click on the link below

Click Here To Donate To Oakwood Beach Rescue Fund

And I want to get care packages of clothing for all ages, male/female sent to

St. Charles Rectory
644 Clawson Street 
Staten Island, NY 10306
 (718) 987-2670
People can label these care packages “Oakwood Beach Rescue”
I don’t ask for much very often. Please help me utilize your contacts and get these people the help they need. With another storm on its way for next week, they will need all the help they can get.
Thank you so much, and please contact me if you want more information or need to discuss anything pertinent.

Jonathan Maimon lives in Downtown Brooklyn, where he commutes to his job as a associate portfolio manager for a mutual fund based in Jersey City. Maimon spent six years in Manhattan and calls it "a place that I'm pretty close with emotionally," which is why he made a meandering five-hour, 12 mile run across Lower Manhattan to survey the damage. Based on what he saw, he thinks that perhaps the city is moving on too quickly.

"There were no Red Cross vehicles, not a lot of city vehicles around to reach out to people and ask them what services they needed," Maimon says. "It was just pedestrians walking around and exploring. People were very calm, very friendly, you know how people are in New York. But what was shocking is that there was no food. Nothing was open. And then they have to go home to apartments without power."
Maimon adds, "And the most serious thing to me is elderly or disabled people in high rise buildings—this affects you if you're rich or poor. There's not a lot of ways for them to get out safely. I'm kinda worried about the city not really knowing how many of those people are out there." That's why he wrote this letter to us. "The mayor just said that the worst of the storm was behind us, which is factually true," Maimon adds. "But I personally think the worst is yet to come. Not having power is going to wear people down." Here's his letter [UPDATE: Help is on the way, people of the Powerless Zones]:
I just returned from Manhattan. I ran for 5 hours with stops, covering 12 miles in total, scoping the island from west to east. You will not hear these stories from the Mayor or Governor; these are my observations, informed by discussions with real people who live in lower Manhattan: 1) Virtually every retailer, restaurant and grocery store south of 38th street is CLOSED. This is in an area covering 8 square miles. I only observed a handful of bodegas in Soho and the East Village, along with Ben’s Pizza on W3rd and MacDougal serving customers. Whole Foods Union Square had a sign reading “because there is no electricity, we cannot open.” There is no food, other than what you have in your refrigerator.
2) To that point, there are close to 400,000 people living below 38th street without power. The mayor earlier said it could be 3 days without power; some Con Ed guys I spoke with in the East Village think it could be longer. Nobody knows.
3) No working traffic lights in this region (drivers are generally being cautious and appropriately yielding to pedestrians). Apartment stairwells are pitch black. High rises have no elevator access.
4) For now, this is an economic crisis - hourly workers cannot be paid, freelancers have no clients, small businesses have no sales, office buildings are shuttered. In my estimate, the lost output is $1 billion dollars EVERY SINGLE DAY that goes by without power for lower Manhattan. Included in this number is the shutdown of our major airports and transportation system. (Note that NYC’s economy generates $2.8 bn daily and over $1 trillion annually - which makes it the world’s 17th largest economy, if it was a country).
5) There is no running water or flushing toilets for people living in the Jacob Riis Houses and surrounding NYCHA buildings on the Lower East Side. In my estimate, this is roughly 20,000 people. One family I spoke with is packing their bags and moving to Brooklyn until services are restored. But it did not appear that all residents were evacuating, even as their toilets did not flush.
6) I did not witness a single Red Cross Truck or FEMA Vehicle or in lower Manhattan. Recall the assistance these agencies provided after 9/11 - this is NOT HAPPENING. There are bound to be hundreds of elderly people, rich and poor, who live on the upper floors of buildings with elevators that are now disabled. IF POWER IS NOT RESTORED, THIS WILL MOVE FROM BEING AN ECONOMIC DISASTER TO A HUMANITARIAN DISASTER.
7) If you think Chinatown normally has an unpleasant odor, imagine what it smells like 24 hours following no refrigeration. Street vendors were trying to unload perishables at bargain prices. I saw a fish weighing roughly 20 pounds and spanning 3 feet from head to tail go to a buyer for $1 dollar. $1 dollar!!!!! [Here's video he sent us.]

8) The substation responsible for the outage is a huge facility. It spans an entire avenue from Avenue C to D and a length of street from 13th to 14th. If crews have to inspect every coil and wire, it might be MORE THAN THREE DAYS UNTIL POWER IS RESTORED. Additionally, the site did not appear staffed with many Con Ed workers. As a note, the 2003 blackout lasted 15 hours. 9) The water from the storm surge was invariably contaminated - floating garbage, wood pieces from the dock, and possibly sewage. One Nuyorican woman who lived on Avenue C near 12th street noted the water level peaked above her waist. She was still visibly shaken this afternoon. She also recalled a huge noise at 8 pm when the substation failed. The sky, in her words, turned from black to green
10) There were some very generous things. Northern Spy Food Co. served lunch to everyone who lined up outside their restaurant at Avenue A and 12th street - polenta, pork buns, chicken, biscuits and freshly baked cookies. They get props in my book; all this food was served to locals at no charge.

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