Originally posted by silo13
I have a horrible feeling there's 'something in the air'.
'Something' put there intentionally, purposefully - in order to keep fishermen as far away from the scene of the crime (yes, scene of the crime =
the spill) as possible.
I can believe TPTB might have implemented a "smoke screen," alright, to keep prying eyes away... But NOT
from the "scene of a crime";
rather, they probably don't want prying eyes to discover THERE IS NO CRIME
I mean, think about it — we're being inundated with all these news stories of the dreadful spill
and how it's an environmental
is the propaganda.
Yet, there are no photos, no videos, no nothing
to corroborate the catastrophic extent of the spill. I've heard
over a hundred miles
of Louisiana coastline have been impacted; but, amazingly, the only photo I've scene associated with that claim shows a
few tens of yards
of darkened beach, with miles
of clean beach beyond.
Where are the millions of dead fish and birds and other hapless marine life stacked like cord wood on the beaches? There ARE NONE
In another story I posted, the best the eco-fear-mongers could produce was a single photograph of a dead porpoise and a handful of anecdotal
descriptions of pelicans with stained feathers.
is the propaganda.
There aren't any heart-wrenching photos of oil-drenched beaches with oily seagulls and puking otters because THERE'S NOTHING CATASTROPHIC
about this situation. The Obama administration is sitting on its hands because they know THERE'S NOTHING CATASTROPHIC
They're probably releasing respiratory toxins to keep fishermen from getting too close
to the NON EVENT
Remember the scene from the old movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind
? The scene set in Wyoming, where a military train derailment had
released "nerve gas" into the air, and the locals were fleeing like rats from a sinking ship? Remember how it turned out that THERE WAS NO
train derailment, and THERE WAS NO
There were just a few props
— a couple of dead animals deposited on the roadsides, and a media frenzy to spread the word of the catastrophe,
and a little aerosol sleep-inducing agent applied at close range to scare away any prying eyes
— which, taken together, convinced people to
evacuate the area.
But there was NO CATASTROPHE
I can imagine the same thing happening in the Gulf... A lot of hooey and hubbub and hysterical TALK
, but very little
in the way of hard
evidence that the Gulf ecosystem is endangered.
I think we're being hornswoggled by a NON EVENT
, another magnificent environmental HOAX
(not unlike manmade global warming
designed to drive up our gas prices and food prices and taxes overall, and designed to serve as a springboard for worldwide ecological policy reforms.
For which we, the consumers, will pay the cost, and pay dearly
So... No "scene of the crime," but very definitely a "scene of the HOAX
— Doc Velocity