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Sep 07, 2005



It is the continuity of socio-economic history that enables the repetition of much of the disasters of history.

The ironical thing is, it was due to wealth being dammed up in particular sectors of society that enabled the dams that broke to do its worse.

As i'm inclined to say, Katrina was the aftermath of the disaster that is generally mistaken for the American Dream.

Very few consider the number of lives claimed by this true disaster on a daily basis whether it is in the form of abject dejection or lethal injection. If that number was counted, it would make Katrina little more than a passing cloud of the most meagre of proportions.

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