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SilentFeathers
9th November 2012, 19:42
Whatcha all think about this idea being tossed out there by the "officials"?????

If hungry and cold people will freely go to a prison, they'll most likely freely go to a FEMA camp too......the conditioning begins....


New York officials reportedly consider closed prison for displaced Sandy victims

Officials in New York are reportedly eyeing a recently-closed prison as temporary housing for people displaced by superstorm Sandy and this week's nor'easter.

The New York Post reports that state officials are considering the Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island to feed and house as many as 900 victims with nowhere else to turn.

"Our facilities staff have to go through it to determine what it would take to get it up and running for such a purpose," Peter Cutler, a spokesman for the state Department of Corrections, told the newspaper. "Of course, the challenge is the fact that it was closed a year ago and all of the major infrastructure components, such as boilers and wastewater system, were deactivated."
http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/20053522/new-york-officials-reportedly-consider-closed-prison-for-displaced-sandy-victims

RUSirius
9th November 2012, 19:50
Hmmmm, looks likely doesnt it?

Snookie
9th November 2012, 22:00
Yeah, with Katrina they hearded them into that hudge sports center (can't remember the name). Now they are upping things a notch. Hey when a third of Americans would accept a TSA cavity search in order to fly, what will they think of next?

I think there was also a financial reason for hurricane Sandy. Check out Dr. Joesph P Farrell's video comments for Nov 9th. Very interesting.
http://gizadeathstar.com/

Paul
10th November 2012, 00:19
I think there was also a financial reason for hurricane Sandy. Check out Dr. Joesph P Farrell's video comments for Nov 9th. Very interesting.
http://gizadeathstar.com/
I presume you refer to Farrell's discussion of the water damaged stock certificates in the vault of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp, here (http://gizadeathstar.com/2012/11/news-and-views-from-the-nefarium-nov-9-2012/).

Carmody
10th November 2012, 01:23
Whatcha all think about this idea being tossed out there by the "officials"?????

If hungry and cold people will freely go to a prison, they'll most likely freely go to a FEMA camp too......the conditioning begins....


New York officials reportedly consider closed prison for displaced Sandy victims

Officials in New York are reportedly eyeing a recently-closed prison as temporary housing for people displaced by superstorm Sandy and this week's nor'easter.

The New York Post reports that state officials are considering the Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island to feed and house as many as 900 victims with nowhere else to turn.

"Our facilities staff have to go through it to determine what it would take to get it up and running for such a purpose," Peter Cutler, a spokesman for the state Department of Corrections, told the newspaper. "Of course, the challenge is the fact that it was closed a year ago and all of the major infrastructure components, such as boilers and wastewater system, were deactivated."
http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/20053522/new-york-officials-reportedly-consider-closed-prison-for-displaced-sandy-victims

opening up a closed school or taking over a cheap hotel would probably be more cost effective.

RunningDeer
10th November 2012, 01:50
I think there was also a financial reason for hurricane Sandy. Check out Dr. Joesph P Farrell's video comments for Nov 9th. Very interesting.
http://gizadeathstar.com/
I presume you refer to Farrell's discussion of the water damaged stock certificates in the vault of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp, here (http://gizadeathstar.com/2012/11/news-and-views-from-the-nefarium-nov-9-2012/).

Security, Fire, Water protection? One word - "Staples (http://www.staples.com/Sentry-Safe-34-Cu-Ft-Capacity-Executive-Fire-Safe/product_328483#desc_content)"

The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. should have gone to Staples (http://www.staples.com/Sentry-Safe-34-Cu-Ft-Capacity-Executive-Fire-Safe/product_328483#desc_content) to protect the $36.5 trillion worth of stock certificates/securities damaged by Hurricane Sandy.


I'm sick and tired…of being sick and tired…
of the 'greedy ones' thinking our bulbs don't light-bright.

http://emoticoner.com/files/emoticons/smileys/yapyapyap-smiley.gif (http://emoticoner.com) Rant, rant, rant...done.


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Paul, if Joseph P. Farrell isn't you, then there's a clone out that's also got some of your brain cells. (I'd add pictures, but I'm respecting your semi-privacy.)

SilentFeathers
10th November 2012, 01:58
New York considering taking cues from The Walking Dead, may open up prison to displaced Staten Islanders

http://boingboing.net/2012/11/09/staten-island-sandy-prison.html

....and these are some of the complaints and the conditions at the FEMA tent camps........

Sandy refugees complain of prison-like conditions at FEMA tent camps

http://www.presstv.com/usdetail/271323.html

Snookie
10th November 2012, 02:10
I think there was also a financial reason for hurricane Sandy. Check out Dr. Joesph P Farrell's video comments for Nov 9th. Very interesting.
http://gizadeathstar.com/
I presume you refer to Farrell's discussion of the water damaged stock certificates in the vault of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp, here (http://gizadeathstar.com/2012/11/news-and-views-from-the-nefarium-nov-9-2012/).

Exactly! The timing couldn't be any more suspicious.

modwiz
10th November 2012, 02:18
New York considering taking cues from The Walking Dead, may open up prison to displaced Staten Islanders

http://boingboing.net/2012/11/09/staten-island-sandy-prison.html

....and these are some of the complaints and the conditions at the FEMA tent camps........

Sandy refugees complain of prison-like conditions at FEMA tent camps

http://www.presstv.com/usdetail/271323.html

Well, that is disturbing news. I wonder how many of them might have called us conspiracy cranks if we said something nasty about FEMA before this.:confused:
Karmic school of hard knocks for the hard headed?
Now that they have the scoop, I wish them to a warm bed and clean clothes.

In the interim I will make lemonade from lemons and count my blessings that it doesn't suck to be me. Most, if not all, on this forum can drink that lemonade too.

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I think there was also a financial reason for hurricane Sandy. Check out Dr. Joesph P Farrell's video comments for Nov 9th. Very interesting.
http://gizadeathstar.com/
I presume you refer to Farrell's discussion of the water damaged stock certificates in the vault of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corp, here (http://gizadeathstar.com/2012/11/news-and-views-from-the-nefarium-nov-9-2012/).

Exactly! The timing couldn't be any more suspicious.

Agreed. I think I smell something in that water.

SilentFeathers
10th November 2012, 02:23
The storm (or disaster) traumatizes the people and then the system (FEMA) prolongs the pain and suffering until the people freely go to a prison cell for relief! Pathetic huh?

Ellisa
10th November 2012, 04:06
At least the authorities are attempting to do something for these people and with no home left to go to the prison may be more attractive than a tent. It would have heat, privacy, beds, sinks, a dining/recreation area and toilets. Other suggestions such as schools or public halls would not have these facilities.

On the other hand, psychologically, the thought of living in a prison, even as an emergency is horrible. I feel for these people, with the prospect of the coming winter, and nowhere to call home. misery does not even begin to describe it. It must be terrible to be a victim of such disasters, but being a survivor seems to be not much better.

Paul
10th November 2012, 07:50
Paul, if Joseph P. Farrell isn't you, then there's a clone out that's also got some of your brain cells. (I'd add pictures, but I'm respecting your semi-privacy.)
I'm the wannabe clone ... I'm buying and reading his books as fast as I can, but he writes books faster than I can read them.