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ZetaTalk: Why FEMA Failed
written Sep 7, 2005

It is no secret that Executive Orders, long standing for decades, are poised to give FEMA control of the United States and its territories with the stroke of a presidential pen. The FEMA head is likewise appointed by the President, and serves at his pleasure. So who is in charge here? If the President appoints a brainless dolt that allows himself to be led about by the nose, the President continues to be in charge while not having to endure the irritations of living in a democracy where he cannot act like he wants to, as a dictator. Is this Martial Law? It is a broader reach, as FEMA can control every aspect of society, by law, drafting workers and commandeering communications, energy, food production and distribution, and transporation. By law, the President can hand the reigns of power to FEMA under a threat such as one posed by weapons of mass destruction. Sound familiar? By law, the President can likewise declare martial law under such a threat, but this President prefers to use these forces to commandeer the oil fields of the world. FEMA is a gentler, kinder method of running the US as a dictatorship.

Given the obvious desire of those controlling the White House and the US Military at present to become dictators, running the world and sitting on top of every oil field in order to control the commodity of the future, black gold, what is stopping them? Cooperation with their plans, for one. These desires are held by a small clutch, numbering in the hundreds at most, who mouth a completely different tune when the microphone is pushed in their faces in front of the cameras. They are a flea, riding a restless horse. They know the cataclysms we have predicted so precisely will come, and require the element of surprise to complete their plans. The citizenry expect these kinds of maneuvers when cities are reduced to rubble by earthquakes, or as in the case of New Orleans, flooded into utter disaster. For FEMA to step in at such a time, exercising restraint in the powers they commandeer, stepping back to allow the normal functions of government to take back the reigns, all this builds trust in FEMA, or so the logic goes. The raw hand of greed, the intent to install a dictatorship, should not be revealed too early.

Lately, since August of 2003, the military also became a problem, refusing to acknowledge Bush as their Commander in Chief. While not publicly confronting Bush, they foot drag on a buildup in Iraq, on an invasion of Iran, and are leaking information embarrassing to Bush. Control of all but the Navy's nuclear capability has been taken away from Bush and Cheney, the Navy being the only branch remaining loyal to the dictatorship plan. What was it that Poindexter was up to, before he was exposed? Snooping on the citizenry. Poindexter, of course, having been excused by Bush Sr. of his crimes during Iran Contra, a longtime Bush ally. And what is the allegiance of the new NORTHCOM commander, being an Admiral? Navy all the way. But the Navy is not the bulk of the US Military, nor is it well in hand, only some of the leadership at the top cooperating with the plan.

So where does that leave Bush, who fears an early revelation of this plans as then cooperation will be eroded, perhaps never to return, and who requires FEMA as a card to be played as he fears he cannot control the US Military? He controls Homeland Security, who controls FEMA, and has installed as the head of both organizations someone he can control. The weak, installing the weaker, so as to maintain control. Despite the swaggering, Bush has immense insecurities, as anyone cognizant of his cocaine and alcohol abuse and flight from duty during the Viet Nam era might infer. He hides from strength, surrounds himself with buddies who are so impressed by his swagger that they remain loyal. What kind of person is impressed by Bush? Weak minded, into tight command and control without questioning those in authority, rigid and unable to react to anything but the programmed and expected situation. This is why FEMA failed, and Homeland Security was as out of touch as the FEMA director. Expect more of the same as disasters increase, as to install any but the weak minded under him, Bush himself fears losing control. But the game plan is now out in the open, being questioned, the press finally out of their stupor and questioning.

We predicted that leadership would have to be earned, going into the pole shift, and this time has arrived!

Signs of the Times #1494
Hurricane Center Director Briefed Brown & Chertoff On Danger Of Severe Flooding In New Orleans [Sep 5] 'FEMA Director Mike Brown and HS Secretary Michael Chertoff, listened in on electronic briefings given by [the Huricane Center] in advance of Hurricane Katrina slamming Louisiana and Mississippi--and were advised of the storm,s potential deadly effects. It's not like this was a surprise. We had in the advisories that the levee could be topped. Chertoff told reporters Saturday that government officials had not expected the damaging combination of a powerful hurricane levee breaches that flooded New Orleans.' [and from another] White House Press Briefing: Angry Reporters Hit McClellan Hard on Hurricane, Ask if Heads Will Roll [Sep 6] 'With almost unprecedented vigor, the press corps attacked and probed the federal response to the hurricane disaster, the president's personal responsibility and failure to fire anyone who failed in his or her mission. Q: An officer of the Northern Command is quoted as saying that as early as the time Hurricane Katrina went through Florida and worked its way up to the Gulf, there was a massive military response ready to go, but that the President did not order it. It could have been ordered on Sunday, on Monday, on Tuesday -- the call didn't come. Why not? McCLELLAN: There were a lot of assets that were deployed and pre-positioned prior to the hurricane hitting. Q: These assets were deployed, but the order to use them never came.'
Signs of the Times #1493
FEMA Chief Sent Help Only When Storm Ended [Sep 7] 'Michael Brown, director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, sought the approval from Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff roughly five hours after Katrina made landfall on Aug. 29. He proposed sending 1,000 Homeland Security Department employees within 48 hours and 2,000 within seven days. Knocke said the 48-hour period indicated for the Homeland employees was to ensure they had adequate training. Employees required a supervisor's approval and at least 24 hours of disaster training in Maryland, Florida or Georgia. The same day Brown wrote Chertoff, Brown also urged local fire and rescue departments outside Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi not to send trucks or emergency workers into disaster areas without an explicit request for help from state or local governments. The memo from FEMA Director Mike Brown to Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff is available at:' [and from another] Frustrated: Fire crews to hand out fliers for FEMA [Sep 6] 'As New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin pleaded on national television for firefighters - his own are exhausted after working around the clock for a week - a battalion of highly trained men and women sat idle Sunday in a muggy Sheraton Hotel conference room in Atlanta. Many of the firefighters, assembled from Utah and throughout the United States by FEMA, thought they were going to be deployed as emergency workers. Instead, they have learned they are going to be community-relations officers for FEMA, shuffled throughout the Gulf Coast region to disseminate fliers and a phone number: 1-800-621-FEMA. People who are search-and-rescue certified, paramedics, haz-mat certified sitting there having a sexual-harassment class while there are still victims in Louisiana who haven't been contacted yet. FEMA them not to talk to reporters.'