DAILYKENN.com -- East Africans were ill prepared when a cyclone devastated Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. More than 700 are reported dead while tens of thousands await rescue. White aid workers are rushing food, water and medicine to survivors.
A Red Cross official reported that, "Three thousand people who are living in a school that has 15 classrooms and six, only six, toilets. You can imagine how much we are sitting on a water and sanitation ticking bomb."
• The situation is reminiscent of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 when about 26,000 blacks took refuge in the Louisiana Superdome. A group of white foreign tourists were isolated in the Superdome and were eventually rescued.
“It’s turned into a black against white thing. My brother has witnessed murders, stabbings, rapes . . . it’s like a Third World country.”
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• White innovation has enhanced the lives of virtually everyone, as made evident whenever and wherever natural disasters strike. White people, in the aggregate, are innately altruistic. Charities frequently publish images of little brown children to tug empathy from white donors and dollars from their ban accounts. The media and fake historians portray white people in a horrific light, accusing them of exploiting non-white populations and their natural resources.
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The death toll is expected to rise in Mozambique once floodwaters from Tropical Cyclone Idai recede completely, the United Nations said Saturday.
"We're going to have to wait until the flood waters recede until we know the full expanse of the toll on the people of Mozambique," said Sebastian Rhodes Stampa, the United Nations Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs co-ordinator, the BBC reported.
The death toll rose to more than 700 Saturday in the three countries impacted by the storm: Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. That includes 417 confirmed deaths in Mozambique, 259 in Zimbabwe and 56 in Malawi.
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