I just wanted to thank the film maker for shooting the documentary, "Left to Die" regarding the Causeway Concentration Camp, which was created in the wake of hurricane Katrina -- where thousands of predominately poor, black residents were subjected to deplorable conditions: no food, no water, no shelter, just mud, garbage, and disease. Left at machine gun point to wallow in putrid squalor to die, while the military waited with body bags.
Although it still needs a good editing job and the audio wasn't the best, this is an important film. It was so heartening to see so many folks out last night at the Hollywood Theatre. (The line was so long the film was delayed 45 minutes until everyone entered the theatre.) This documentary was a real eye opener; for ethnic cleansing is indeed alive and well in this country as shades of the slave days were re-lived by their descendants. I pray with an open heart, spirit, and so much love that some day we can truly achieve the impossible: overthrow the murderous terrorists that rule this country -- you know the ones: that prey on the sick, the poor, and the helpless. In the words of the honorable Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!