is happening in New Orleans in the Huffington Post:
It is reported that black hurricane victims in New Orleans have begun eating corpses to survive. Four days after the storm, thousands of blacks in New Orleans are dying like dogs. No-one has come to help them.
Robinson goes on to blame this purported cannibalism by blacks on ... [drumroll, please] white people.
He doesn't explain who is reporting that there is cannibalism. New Orleans has among the highest average obesity rates of any city in America, so I don't think they are quite at Donner Party straits yet.
Robinson's hysteria reminds me of The Onion essay by a corporate middle manager trapped in an elevator for forty-five minutes:
Well, I suppose everyone's heard about last week's incident by now, and you probably have a pretty low opinion of us survivors. And, all things considered, perhaps we deserve it. Perhaps we panicked and resorted to cannibalism a bit early. But you weren't there. You don't know what it was like. I just want you to hear our side of the story before you go judging us.
When the six of us got into the elevator on that fateful day, we had no idea what was going to happen. We thought we were just going to take a little ride from the 12th floor to the lobby, just like every other day. Do you think we knew that elevator was going to get stuck between floors? Do you think we got into the elevator saying, "Hey, you know, we should eat our good old pal Jerry Weinhoff from Accounts Payable"? Of course not. [More]