Thanks for wasting posting space here with news that people can get from google, Stretch. Do you mind if I tell you its winter in Oz? Is it news to you?
well dont read it then, there are others that are interested in reading it.
This forum doesnt revolve around you, ya know, or anybody else in particular.
It appears you have a dislike for me, thats cool mate, I treat everyone as a friend till they prove otherwise, or is that whats posted is such a concern to you that you dont like being reminded of it all the time........sorry.
Threads that dont hold an interest for me I dont go into.....simple.
If you dont like what I post then please feel to either go into a thread that does interest you or print off what I post and use as toilet paper, thats the beauty of a free world.
now, back to reality.............
BP and Government Misleading Public About Safety Of Florida Beaches
Sunday, 04 July 2010 14:35
'As a tide of tarballs from the BP Gulf Oil Spill assaults the Florida coast line local Florida residents, businesses and county officials are demanding action from BP, State, and Federal Government officials in charge of monitoring and responding to the spill. Local residents in Walton County, Florida demanded a Town Hall meeting to discuss the lack of response to the oil assaulting the coast line.
They are also demanding answers to other questions like why local beaches have been declared safe and remain open even though tarballs have been washing ashore for weeks in Florida and the DEP hasn’t tested the waters for hydrocarbons since May 1st.'
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BP's Oil Spill Fouls Water, Land and Air (external - login to view)
Sunday, 04 July 2010 13:51
'Lepori described a living nightmare, reeling off a list of images, one worse than the next. “We went through an oil pool, right at dusk, when we were out looking for the dolphins, trying to make sure that they were all right,” she said. “As soon as we hit this it was like you had cut our air off.
“We couldn’t breathe, we couldn’t speak, we were all throwing up over the side,” she said. “We were all very experienced boat people... We were trying to keep an eye on the dolphins. This is a very special dolphin pod. It’s called the Friendly Dolphins pod. They have lived there for as long as anyone can remember. Essentially they were trapped.” Back in Florida, the couple was on high alert as the rolling slicks of thick gooey brown sludge crossed from Alabama to Florida.'
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Goldman Sachs: The Pirates of Poison in the Gulf (external - login to view)
Saturday, 03 July 2010 10:07
'Illinois-based Nalco Corporation is responsible for the Corexit 9500 chemical dispersant highlighted by experts as being 4 times more toxic (external - login to view) than the oil that is flowing into the Gulf. Scientists in congressional hearings added that the dispersant is more toxic than other similar dispersant on the market. Naturally, whenever a major disaster takes place — especially when major, society-altering solutions are being offered — one needs to follow the trail of money and power to see who benefits. Sure enough, a casual search of Nalco’s Web site reveals their company history (external - login to view); it leads right to the doorstep of Goldman Sachs.'
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Whistle Blower to Testify on Oil Spill Worst Fear: BP Deliberately Sinks Oil With Corexit as Cover Up (external - login to view)
Friday, 02 July 2010 09:21
'In a shocking interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on June 29th, Allegiance Capitol Corporation V.P. Fred McCallister said that BP is deliberately sinking oil with the toxic chemical disbursant Corexit, to hide the size of the oil spill. By sinking the oil before it can be collected, BP won’t have to pay fines on it.
McCallister said, “Everybody in Europe, where the standard practice is to raise the oil and collect it, is scratching their heads, and quite honestly laughing at what’s happening in the Gulf.” He added, “Everyone is looking at us and wondering why we’re allowing this to happen".'
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I NEVER READ any post by JBeee, Blackleaf and Strech, in order to preserve my sanity.
More to the point,m how many will start leaking if this lame-*** idea of using a nuke on the Deepwater Horizon site is carried out?
Why BP is Readying a 'Super Weapon' to Avert Escalating Gulf Nightmare (external - login to view)
Thursday, 15 July 2010 10:13
'In a desperate attempt to stop a huge area of the Gulf ocean floor from possibly rupturing due to subterranean methane gas (leading to a calamity no human has ever seen) BP has ripped a page from science fiction books.
The giant oil company is now quietly preparing to test a small nuclear device in a frenzied rush against time to quell a cascading catastrophe. If successful they will have the capability to detonate a controlled fusion generated pulse.'
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When Louisiana residents ask marine toxicologist and community activist Riki Ott what she would do if she lived in the Gulf with children, she tells them she would leave immediately. "It's that bad. We need to start talking about who's going to pay for evacuations."
To some idiot who doesn't live there or try to earn a livelihood there.