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  • BAGHDAD ON THE BAYOU REDUX
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    PART ONE: WASTING AMERICA'S WETLANDS
    By keith harmon snow and georgianne Nienaber; published 8 December 2007 by Dissident Voice. (New Orleans and the Gulf Coast have now joined the ranks of “Third World” countries — Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, Guatemala, Haiti, Somalia, Congo — suffering the shocks of America’s permanent warfare agenda. This global apartheid sanctions vicious actions toward subjects who resistIt was not a hurricane named Katrina that wrecked the city of New Orleans. It was, quite simply, a warfare economy and a sold-out government. - see also: http://www.dissidentvoice.org/2007/12/baghdad-on-the-bayou-redux-wasting-the-wetlands/)
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  • TAB BENOIT INTERVIEW PART ONE
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    KATRINA SCATTERED PEOPLE INSTEAD OF BOMBS
    Published by keith harmon snow and Georgianne Nienaber, December 9, 2007, at Op Ed News. ("This Katrina thing was handled as if it would have been Iraq. It was handled in a military way for resources; resources were the main focus, and the only difference is that the hurricane scattered people instead of bombs. There were people getting shot, there were bodies everywhere, there was destruction everywhere, and there's oil coming out of the ground like it never has before. Remind you of something else? The only difference is that we didn't have the equipment and the ability to fight back." - see also: www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_georgian_071203_baghdad_on_the_bayou.htm)
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  • TAB BENOIT INTERVIEW PART TWO
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    GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO TELL PEOPLE THE TRUTH
    By keith harmon snow and Georgianne Nienaber; Published December 9, 2007, by Op Ed News. (What follows is Part Two of our interview with Tab Benoit—one of the many important voices of the wetlands. Tab Benoit was a central star in the mammoth IMAX theatre film presentation Hurricane on the Bayou, which has been running across the country in IMAX theatres. Listen to Tab Benoit’s palpable distress as he tries to distance himself from the IMAX theatre presentation he stars in, which has become a public relations tool for Shell Oil and the bigger oil companies behind it. - see also: http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_georgian_071209_baghdad_on_the_bayou.htm)
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