Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Real Estate Opportunities in New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina

It has been long known that one or more levees in the New Orleans area would go in the event of any fair-to-middlin'-sized hurricane. So why the shock and surprise that at least a couple of the levees have busted, in the wake of hurricane Katrina, flooding 80% or more or New Orleans?

Since the potential problem has been long known -- for decades -- why were the levees NOT rebuilt, or at least patched, well in advance?

Obviously, TPTB had other priorities. Given the agenda of the NWO, my guess is that the levees will be rebuilt AFTER thousands/millions of acres of land have been foreclosed on and/or sold at distressed bargain-basement prices.

Meyer Rothschild said something like: "Buy when the blood is running in the streets." In the case of New Orleans, you could substitute "water" for "blood".

So, if you are a speculator, you could jump in right along with politicians and corporations like Bush/Cheney/Halliburton and "Crawfish Huey" (fictitious local politician name).