Well Fed Media Pigs Call It "Looting"
Scores of articles and news reports have described the survival efforts of
those stranded in New Orleans as "looting". Calls have gone out
to have the National Guard drop its efforts to save lives and focus more energy
on "stopping" those savage people carrying diapers, packages of dried
noodles, and first aide kits from trying to survive. Under martial law,
such efforts would amount to "assassinate first, drag the body away
later" tactics. That our media considers the survival of the
defenseless during an unprecedented disaster less important than propagandizing
about the rights of private property owners who have fled for their own survival
is stark evidence of the depravity of our times. The cries and moans of
Fox News personnel over those "stolen" diapers far exceeds their
voiced concern over the lives of the brown and black people sloshing their way
through a growing lake of rancid floating bodies.
Personally, I'd like to see Bill O'Reilly sloshing his way through the
chemical stew, dragging himself passed the decaying bodies, telling his own
children, "Sorry, even though my wallet if full of cash, I can't feed you
today because the owners of the store have fled and no one is there to accept my
payment for food. You'll just have to die, my children."
Anyone who would not steal food to save their family or themselves when no
other option is available is a criminal. Anyone who would not smash the
windows of a pharmacy when that was the only way to obtain life save medicine
during a disaster is unworthy of life. Any society that worships the
property rights of a diaper owner over the well being of a diaperless child can