Saturday, November 3, 2012

Photos of US Devastation

Photos of US Devastation
Here are some photos that are not getting much news coverage. From the lack of news from the US and its Oligarch owned and extremely censored "free" press, one would almost think that things were back to normal. However, the reality is, form many many people, already hard hit by devastating local economies and real estate markets, Sandy has made sure that there will possibly never be a normal for them again.

New Jersey:

But some information is slowly leaking out and its a lot worse than what the media and government are trying to portray. Sons of Anarchy star Theo Rossi said, from his native Statin Island.

It’s so bad here, a lot worse than how its being portrayed by the media. They are finding bodies left and right, elderly people who don’t even watch the news or who knew the storm was coming. I was just with one of my best friends from high school and college, and his house is completely gone. One story I heard was about this one guy who evacuated his house during Hurricane Irene but then it got looted. So when they told him to evacuate for Sandy, he said, ‘I’m not leaving.’ Now they can’t find him, his 13-year-old daughter is dead, and his wife is in critical condition at the hospital. These are the stories. My stepfather and my mother, I love them to death. But when they heard the storm was coming, they said, ‘It’s not going to be that bad. Irene didn’t do anything.’ They had two flashlights and a couple of scented candles. Little did they know. It’s just not worth it. If you’re told to evacuate, you need to get out.

Statin Island is a total disaster, a war zone.

We Need Food, We Need Clothing’: Staten Island Residents Plead for Help 3 Days After Sandy


A city that diverted food and generators to its yearly marathon, must have everything in order, right? Wrong.

Here NYCers are seen dumpster diving for food. The Average American went into this storm, with 5 days notice and only 3 days of food. In other words, the food is all but out and the chaos is only starting.

Between this and the 6 hour waits for gasoline in NYC, even if you have generators, you're probably almost out, by this point. Already there were incidents of people pulling guns.

Someone was even selling gasoline on Craigslist for $16/gal (3.8 ltr).


Then there's the case of Breezy Point, or rather what's left of it. A fire broke out during the hurricane and destroyed 80 houses!!! The irony is that most residents were firefighters or retired firefighters.

And all this has spread to other states, such as Conneticute, where utility workers in Bridgeport were pelted with eggs for their slow work. It got so serious, the company pulled its workers out, further slowing things down and spreading the anger further still.

And than there are the LOOTERS:

Ahh, the US, where the PR never stops the spin. Soon they'll be telling us there is no sex in the Soviet American States.


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

NOBODY in the media is saying everything is back to normal, or is likely to be back to normal soon, quite the opposite: the coverage of the devastation after the storm was extensive and non-stop.

Armed with Knowledge said...

Your last picture is from hurricane Katrina.

I don't understand your point with this post, actually.

All I see is a natural disaster that struck. The people went and voted, and maybe it had an impact on their decisions. But what do you see that the media is covering up? what, that the effort is still being carried out? Some conspiracy, trying to keep morale up so people can recover and move on with their lives. Natural disasters happen all the time in the U.S., for example, Hurricane Katrina. Which was an even bigger deal. But life goes on, I doubt that has anything to do with American propaganda. This isn't Chernobyl, it doesn't reflect on their abilities to produce technology and it's nothing their mistakes created, which would be a punch right in the pride otherwise.

Anonymous said...

The storm is old news comrades. The great leap forward begins today! Dear Leader the Messiah brings me light and everything I need, he is the victory. One State, One Leader, One People!

Φωτοβολος Τοξοτης said...

As usually after the cameras are gone the people are left to pick up the pieces on an individual basis. Things will get worse, and we shall see people do much worse than simple looting...we see these things t other places world wide...humanity should learn that many storms and earthquakes are artificially created and pray, for things are coming down the pike that will make these seem like 'happy days'. But of course happy days will come on this planet earth after the second coming o Jesus Christ.

Anonymous said...

Looters is a hurtful *sniffle* term in the USSA we call them vibrant diversities.

Anonymous said...

And, the Blacks are having a field day looting.