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Oil spills in the gulf are likely intentional to increase profits.

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posted on Apr, 30 2010 @ 11:53 PM
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Ladies and gents, front page news on ATS entited, "Another oil rig overturns in inland waters off the coast of morgan city, Lousiana"
www.abovetopsecret.com...
(Note the 666 in the thread number and consider how evil ATS is, it is run by devil worshipers, and Skeptic Overlord is the devil's chief advocate)

The news here is not the fact that another rig is leaking oil, but how this benefits the oil companies. One instance is an anomaly, two is a trend.

What I propose to you is that these oil spills are intentional, and they are being done by the oil companies themselves, not to create "False flags," but to kill off the local wildlife.
The wildlife refuges and protected zones in the area have been hampering the ability of the big name oil companies to drill into untapped goldmines of easy to access oil that is close to home. The problem is that the drilling sites would have fallen into waters that the oil companies could not operate in due to the enviromental impact.

In order to drill these sites, the oil companies involved are going to kill off what is being protected and say, "Look, nothing is even living out there, let us operate." Forget about the fact that this is beyond the Dr. Evil style plans, these corporations have zero interest in protecting the planet. We are talking about the same entities that would fly jumbo jets into mountainsides if it meant making a profit off of the insurance, provided they could get away with it.

Here is just a few examples of why I believe this to be the case, beyond word of mouth talking with workers.


1 The oil spill happened on earth day, and we all know how attacks like to happen on significant days.


The Deepwater Horizon, a semi-submersible offshore drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico, exploded after a blowout on April 20, 2010,

en.wikipedia.org...

2 Location location location

If you look at this map of the location of the oil rig's location, you can see it's distance from the coast.



Now, we must look first at the currents to see where the oil would go. kingfish.coastal.edu...
As you look at these pictures you see a certain island at the bottom of the pictures. Say hello to Cuba.(remember the threads about oil companies running over to start drilling in Haiti?)
The loop current flows between Cuba and Mexico. You know that Cancun is famous for it's pristine waters as a tourist destination, well all that oil covered water will soon be flowing through that region.


If we look at a picture published by the New York Times, we see where the oil is projected to go.


Notice the wildlife refuges?




Now that I have given evidence to support my initial point, I believe that I can help debunk the people who believe that the government is perpetuating this.
www.stltoday.com...

If you look at this article you can see...

Federal regulators sent a SWAT team of inspectors into the Gulf of Mexico area to ensure compliance with safety rules on deep water drilling rigs.


Why? If this was a freak accident then why are there swat teams enforcing the regulations. Isn't it in the best interests of the companies here to follow regulations to prevent accidents? I believe I may have an answer to this puzzling question.

The government knows these were no accidents and is trying to prevent more environmental catastrophes. This move by the government may be a step in the right direction, but I believe full disclosure is paramount in order to destroy the companies evolved.

There are some very rare animals in the water around the gulf. It is a crime against humanity to deprive us of the delicate life within an already delicate eco system that is part of our planet's most efficient biological filter.


[edit on 1-5-2010 by Happyfeet]




posted on May, 1 2010 @ 12:22 AM
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No oil was spilled in the second "incident". A derelict rig capsized while being transported to the scrap yard.



posted on May, 1 2010 @ 12:38 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
No oil was spilled in the second "incident". A derelict rig capsized while being transported to the scrap yard.


I was aware that there was still contaminants on that rig and that it was not safe to be dumped into the ocean because of oil sludge and other garbage on board.

Am I wrong?

I do appreciate you trying to keep the facts straight though.



posted on May, 1 2010 @ 12:48 AM
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It isn't in the ocean. It is in a navigation canal. Although containment booms were deployed there was no substantial leakage of any material. The owners will be responsible for whatever cleanup is necessary.



[edit on 5/1/2010 by Phage]



posted on May, 1 2010 @ 02:03 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Happyfeet
 

It isn't in the ocean. It is in a navigation canal. Although containment booms were deployed there was no substantial leakage of any material. The owners will be responsible for whatever cleanup is necessary.



[edit on 5/1/2010 by Phage]


Then I stand corrected on that front.



posted on May, 1 2010 @ 07:56 AM
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Actually Happyfeet I had wondered if the oil companies had not done this in order to keep us dependant on foreign oil and to keep prices high. It was only a month ago that the Obama administration gave the ok for offshore drilling on the east coast. This will keep prices high and our feoreign masters happy.






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