Monday, 28 June 2010

Get the Hell Out Of Dodge

I have just posted this on my main blog. In many ways it is a follow on from my last post here.

There is a massive problem right now in the Gulf of Mexico. Vast amounts of oil and gas have spewed almost unopposed from the sea floor and from secondary leaks also. All the while BP has been in control. The only thing they have been in control of is the PR battle.

Access to the affected areas is controlled by BP. How did Americans reach a stage where a private bloody company can tell them where to go? “Relief workers” appear and start work before the news cameras arrive and then down tools and move on afterwards.

The least effective and most toxic (neurotoxic no less) dispersants are being used. Obama’s government has asked them to stop and they carried on anyway. WTF people?

Now the neurotoxic chemicals and the released gases are coming ashore. The population of the Eastern Seaboard of the US is in severe danger and with each passing day it gets worse. The first of the tropical storms is brewing and will approach this area shortly.

George Ure’s site had a comment today from an airline pilot. He stated that he witnessed “Around 14000" a dark hazy level across the state of Florida as far as I could see”

All that has being done is image management. “They” have done nothing. It does not matter if this catastrophe started on purpose or by accident. The point is that it is getting exponentially worse every day. Don’t take my word for it. Let this woman’s testimony sink in and spread the word.

I have had issues with embeded videos recently. You can also see the video here

Finally think about these from Dublin Mick. The bullshit cover story of fossil fuel will not last much longer. The very ground beneath our feet is alive and BP just cut an artery. These events weren't caused by the BP "event" in the GOM but they are linked.

Leaking oil rig in the Timor Sea

Oil rig catches fire in Australia

Western Australia oil spill

Oil spill threatens the Great Barrier Reef

Egyptian oil spill threatens the Red Sea

North Sea oil well abandoned blowout feared.

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