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What BP did not want you to see. Oil reaches the shore.

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posted on May, 20 2010 @ 09:34 AM
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Here are the pictures that BP did not want you to see. When , not if , even a minor hurricane comes to shore here this is going be very, very bad.





www.signonsandiego.com...




posted on May, 20 2010 @ 09:39 AM
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i liked this photo from the article.

www.signonsandiego.com...

Protesters from the Greenpeace group are seen on a balcony at the BP headquarters in central London Thursday May 20, 2010. The men climbed on the balcony and attached a flag with the company's altered logo with 'oil' and the words 'British Polluters' alongside it to protest the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 09:44 AM
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These pics are over 11 days old here is the original ones www.spiegel.de...

note the time stamp!



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 09:46 AM
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Originally posted by BeastMaster2012
i liked this photo from the article.

www.signonsandiego.com...

Protesters from the Greenpeace group are seen on a balcony at the BP headquarters in central London Thursday May 20, 2010. The men climbed on the balcony and attached a flag with the company's altered logo with 'oil' and the words 'British Polluters' alongside it to protest the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)


I had to post that one on Digg. Too good!




posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:03 AM
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Seriously, wtf is the point of setting up protests when all these people who are complaining about environmental destruction could put their effort into cleaning up the oil spill?

It seems that complaining about it instead of doing anything about it is more important. Plenty of time to complain and fix the regulation issues AFTER ITS CLEANED UP. 200% of all effort should be in CLEANING not complaining.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:14 AM
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Originally posted by SlasherOfVeils
Seriously, wtf is the point of setting up protests when all these people who are complaining about environmental destruction could put their effort into cleaning up the oil spill?

It seems that complaining about it instead of doing anything about it is more important. Plenty of time to complain and fix the regulation issues AFTER ITS CLEANED UP. 200% of all effort should be in CLEANING not complaining.



So there's no point in protesting against the criminals who jumped on Cheney's deregulation specifications and ended up spilling oil all over the gulf of Mexico? No? No point in shaking one's fist then?
When a bully knocks a child to the ground does it not make sense that the child would be pissed? Would you expect the kid to say "well, it's alright I won't be mad, it's my responsibility to clean off these scrapes and bruises and that's all."

And why is it the prostestors' responsibility to do the cleaning? I would think if you were really into the slashing of veils, slasherofveils, that you would be pissed at the multinational conglomeration with billions of dollars at their disposal.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:26 AM
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Originally posted by dragonsmusic

Originally posted by SlasherOfVeils
Seriously, wtf is the point of setting up protests when all these people who are complaining about environmental destruction could put their effort into cleaning up the oil spill?

It seems that complaining about it instead of doing anything about it is more important. Plenty of time to complain and fix the regulation issues AFTER ITS CLEANED UP. 200% of all effort should be in CLEANING not complaining.



So there's no point in protesting against the criminals who jumped on Cheney's deregulation specifications and ended up spilling oil all over the gulf of Mexico? No? No point in shaking one's fist then?
When a bully knocks a child to the ground does it not make sense that the child would be pissed? Would you expect the kid to say "well, it's alright I won't be mad, it's my responsibility to clean off these scrapes and bruises and that's all."

And why is it the prostestors' responsibility to do the cleaning? I would think if you were really into the slashing of veils, slasherofveils, that you would be pissed at the multinational conglomeration with billions of dollars at their disposal.


If a bully knocks a child down, are you more interested in making sure the child is ok, or reprimanding the bully?

Personally, I would pick the child up and then worry about the other kid.

Yes it is their responsibility. That's why they've put billions and billions into cleaning it already. But what about the inspections that never took place? Why did the rig get safety awards only months prior to the accident? Oops?

There's a point in shaking your fist and recovering damages. But plenty time to do that, right now we need someone with more maturity and effacity to help do something about it instead of sitting on their thumbs going, "well, its that guy's fault. Let him deal with it."



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by SlasherOfVeils

Originally posted by dragonsmusic

Originally posted by SlasherOfVeils
Seriously, wtf is the point of setting up protests when all these people who are complaining about environmental destruction could put their effort into cleaning up the oil spill?

It seems that complaining about it instead of doing anything about it is more important. Plenty of time to complain and fix the regulation issues AFTER ITS CLEANED UP. 200% of all effort should be in CLEANING not complaining.



So there's no point in protesting against the criminals who jumped on Cheney's deregulation specifications and ended up spilling oil all over the gulf of Mexico? No? No point in shaking one's fist then?
When a bully knocks a child to the ground does it not make sense that the child would be pissed? Would you expect the kid to say "well, it's alright I won't be mad, it's my responsibility to clean off these scrapes and bruises and that's all."

And why is it the prostestors' responsibility to do the cleaning? I would think if you were really into the slashing of veils, slasherofveils, that you would be pissed at the multinational conglomeration with billions of dollars at their disposal.


If a bully knocks a child down, are you more interested in making sure the child is ok, or reprimanding the bully?

Personally, I would pick the child up and then worry about the other kid.

Yes it is their responsibility. That's why they've put billions and billions into cleaning it already. But what about the inspections that never took place? Why did the rig get safety awards only months prior to the accident? Oops?

There's a point in shaking your fist and recovering damages. But plenty time to do that, right now we need someone with more maturity and effacity to help do something about it instead of sitting on their thumbs going, "well, its that guy's fault. Let him deal with it."



I see what you are saying. It makes sense. IMHO you and I actually are looking at two sides of the same coin. You are right and so am I. The kid that was knocked down needs to be attended indeed, but someone needs to be shaking their fist at the bully too.



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 10:39 AM
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I see what you are saying. It makes sense. IMHO you and I actually are looking at two sides of the same coin. You are right and so am I. The kid that was knocked down needs to be attended indeed, but someone needs to be shaking their fist at the bully too.


Indeed, I do agree, the point is, the bully in the case of BP and the oh-so-overlooked Transatlantic, who designed and leased the rig to BP (and I won't even get started on the MMC who didn't properly inspect it, yet gave it safety awards anyway)... but anyway the point is the bully in this case, can't run away. They have nowhere to hide, and are putting neosporin on the child's cuts and scrapes while they have a horde of angry protesters telling the bully how horrible he is, yet doing nothing to help the poor child.

BP isn't going anywhere. BP will be paying up one way or the other. SO HELP THEM CLEAN UP THIS WIDESPREAD ECOLOGICAL DISASTER, and once it is properly dealt with to the point where crap in the OP pictures IS ACTUALLY NOT GETTING WORSE ANYMORE, sue TA and BP and all them and deal with it then.

It's like the classic action hero movie. Villian distracts our fearless hero by dangling a victim over the edge so the villian can escape. The only problem is people are trying to catch the villian instead of saving the girl falling off the building which IMO, is just as bad as the villian.

[edit on 20-5-2010 by SlasherOfVeils]



posted on May, 20 2010 @ 01:11 PM
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Originally posted by alienseeker
These pics are over 11 days old here is the original ones www.spiegel.de...

note the time stamp!


Very interesting. I have been searching for pictures of oil on the shorelines for days. The news reports say `small amount of oil has reached the shoreline`but most have no pictures at all. This does not look like a small amount either.



posted on May, 21 2010 @ 05:08 AM
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The local news finally did some news on the oil spill from what a friend of mine said. He said it was pretty bad. This is going to destroy a lot of life in the ocean.



posted on May, 21 2010 @ 05:21 AM
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well, 100% should be going into stopping the oil flow, so we are now at 300%!!!

another 100% should be going into saving the wildlife...after all, life is precious, right, or is it just human life that is? we can eat each other when we kill all the other life....

and then there's the economic hardship of those in the area, the health issues that are bound to pop up from the toxicity of the mess....

hey, I bet we are up to 500% or 600% now....

maybe a few UFO's will drop by and help us out?



posted on May, 21 2010 @ 05:24 AM
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Its time for BP to declare bankruptcy, sell all of its assets and use every last dime to stop the flow and clean up using the BEST methods.



posted on May, 21 2010 @ 05:43 AM
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Will not ever happen, they would rather cover up their record on safety, environmental disasters, than telling the truth. When they owned a certain Oil Refinery in the UK, their safety record was disgusting. They would rather put profit before anything else. One is not surprised at all they are trying to hide this from people.

The only way the truth is going to be known, if people, general public whom live in these areas, take photos, film footage, post it everywhere on the internet for everyone in the world to see themselves.



posted on May, 29 2010 @ 04:56 PM
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OK . The above pictures were taken on 05/09/10 . I posted these on 05/20/10 . They still seem to be the only high be rez pictures I can find of oil on the shore , marshes or anywhere inland. Total media blackout as far as still pictures being taken anywhere there is oil on the shoreline is what I seem to be seeing. The date is now 05/29/10 . If anyone knows of any pictures of oil on the shorelines or marshes or inlets , please post them here and prove me wrong . This is the strangest news coverage I have ever seen.



[edit on 29-5-2010 by bluemooone2]



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