Joyanna Adams

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Stalin: Walking the Ghost Town of Cairo, IL.

Nobody Knows
 
–Where good old-fashion common sense went.
 
Yesterday, they blew up a damn in Missouri to save the town of Cairo, IL.. Cairo, as you can see in the pictures…is a lovely town. In fact…it’s so lovely, no one wants to live there because living there might spoil it’s scenic beauty. Once upon a time, it was a thriving town, over 15,000 people lived in Cairo. There was a prosperous downtown, with high-end hotels, and restaurants, until of course— the 1967 black riots came.
 
The blacks, well, they just burnt it all down one night, and the whites moved out. Since then, the population of about 3,000, mostly black citizens have struggled to stay alive. 33% of them live below the poverty line, and 43% of the population are not married. Oh…and there are no jobs in Cairo. If you live there…you are probably living off the government.
 
Downtown is a ghost town…therefore, it has to be preserved because the flood waters might just wipe it out. I suppose, as our ‘President’ is the first black President..the site is holy, therefore it MUST be preserved…all 9.1 empty square miles of it. In order to preserve the once great memories of racial riots, in their struggle against the evil white man, our government has decided in its wisdom…to save the Ghost town of Cairo, which has been threatened by an ungodly amount of rain.
 
Monday night, the Army Core of Engineers blew up the damns and flooded the Mississippi over 150,000 acres of prime Missouri farmland, in order to save the town of Cairo. Over $100 million dollars in crops will be lost, over 300 homes, and 800 (mostly white) people had to desert the land. (And these are probably WAY below the real numbers.)
 
John Deere trackers will be floating down the river in droves. And let’s not forget, all the dead animals who will also be floating down the river. (Don’t tell the Prince!)
 
Some farmers in order to save the family farms in which they had worked hard all their lives, took the case all the way to the Supreme Court. Missouri sued, and lost. So, today, a group of 25 southeast Missouri farmers is suing the federal government over its decision to blow a hole in the levee. The Southeast Missourian reports that the lawsuit claims that the government violated the farmers’ rights by taking their land without adequate compensation. The lawsuit seeks class-action status.
 
Most of these farms will be flooded till August. They will probably have to sell the land to the government at a loss. Food prices will go even higher because this is a corn belt. India is already starving due to LAST year’s floods.
 
So nobody asks, why save a dead town and destroy MILLIONS of dollars worth of food for our nation and the world, along with good hardworking decent folks lives, in order to save a ghost town, filled with people living off the government? After all, how many of those 3,000 people live right on the river? And if they did, the government would surly come and rebuild ALL their houses..as they always do.
 
Why? It makes no sense.
 
Is this all about race? Or is it about destroying the little farmer and putting all food production in the hands of a few big government farms? Could these rains been “seeded” like they do in China? Is there a bigger agenda here?
 
No, Joyanna…you conspiracy nut. How could you even suggest such a thing? (Actually, it comes pretty easy for me.)
 
There is only one other man in history that would have made this decision, and his name was Stalin. Nobody thinks Stalin is alive, and well, and he will be forever haunting the beautiful ghost town of Cairo for many years to come. Staring at the empty stores…that were saved..by the Supreme Court of America…another place he seems to favor.
 
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May 3, 2011 - Posted by | communism, Global Government |

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  1. [...] important to come away with more than just pictures of cannons.  Fortunately, the kind of people that mortally wounded Cairo are slowly but surely dying of old age, and with luck the rest of us can [...]

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  2. Also its interesting too read what the President had to say about Cairo il in his book written even before he was commander in chief. The Color purple could have easily been filmed there……… NOT STALIN ..but IDA B. WELLS SPRIRT is proably walking around. SHE was a black journalist ranned out of town yrs ago. She got the Last Laugh…..

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    Comment by BEVLON FRANCES VANZANT | March 18, 2012 | Reply

  3. SLAVE PLANTATION….. CAIRO ILLINOIS…. Don’t Believe Me…Go See for Yourself.

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    Comment by BEVLON FRANCES VANZANT | March 18, 2012 | Reply

  4. The History of Cairo illinois should Sink like the Titanic. The Town was and stiil is an Insult too Civilization! I wanted the people living there too use the flood as a long overdue opportunity too Get Out and let that Town Sink and Be No More!…..The Racism.. That grew that Town..as you can see the statements from a great grandson of a Confederate Sentiments….. Still thrives and reeks of Hate in the Face of Adversity…. A MISSED OPPORTUNITY TOO END THE DEVIL’s Town!! ……”My Sympathies goes out too those who still live within the Boundaries of that Old Slave Plantation….Call Cairo Illinois.

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    Comment by BEVLON FRANCES VANZANT | March 18, 2012 | Reply

  5. I was born and raised in Cairo, Illinois. The same for my parents, and the same for my father’s parents.

    After the catastrophic flood of 1937, the federal government purchased what were termed “flood control easements.” These consisted of the right, in future, to relieve the pressure on urban-protective levers, such as surround Cairo, by flooding that very farmland. Anyone who farmed, or otherwise improved, the land in question after selling the easement did so with.his eyes wide open. The purpose of the easements from the get-go was to be used exactly as they have been used in this dire situation.

    Oh, and stop bad-mouthing the Great Stalin. Ha-ha!

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    Comment by Donn S. Miller | May 7, 2011 | Reply

  6. [...] refer to this action as being done for (that Commie tagline) “The Greater Good”…Stalin: Walking the Ghost Town of Cairo, IL. Yesterday, they blew up a damn in Missouri to save the town of Cairo, IL.. Cairo, as you can see [...]

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  7. Ah….the old “I didn’t do it, I had no idea, he did it, we didn’t know, How could we have foretold..” excuse.

    I’m sticking to the globalists wanting to “remodel” the midwest into their private slaves farms…..but when you put it THAT way…how can I resist?

    Something tells me you know government workers all too well….

    Toowamba? That’s a place? Sounds like a tooth ache.

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    Comment by joyannaadams | May 4, 2011 | Reply

  8. Now, now, Joyanna. Pluck this ‘Conspiracy’ idea right out of your mind and let good ol’ Gummunt Incompetence shine through.

    This decision was taken by a legion of pubic servants all working assiduously until 4.24pm every day, except for pubic holidays and training days and ‘mind-shower’ days and rostered days off. They have reprinted all the documents 700 times after each of the 600 revisions, following the 37 Committee meetings, the 19 Decision Review meetings, the 9 Administrative Appeal Tribunal meetings, the Pubic Consultation meeting in a town in Florida, etc. and I have no doubt at all that several key issues that could have turned the decisions in a quite different direction are behind a photocopier somewhere. in a rented office in Cairo itself.

    We had a Dam-induced flood going through Toowoomba a few months ago. The water was released only after several other opportunities for releasing pent-up waters were passed over on the instructions of a clerk in an office somewhere in Brisbane. Our Oz-bred pubic servants allowed billions of litres of water to build up until the rains came pouring down and THEN they released it.

    No one ‘conspired’ to wipe out the town. It was solid, everyday incompetence. And not an Aboriginal in sight either.

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