posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 05:29 PM
It's easy really.
Stop viewing the event in isolation and understand that as usual we are being spoon-fed delusions, inexactitudes and downright bull#.
I hate to break this so dispassionately, but the vast majority of internet news is being spun in either direction to create confusion: as far as I am
concerned if Alex Jones and all the other idiots say so - then it's with an almost absolute degree of certainty not true.
Of course, how do we know? I have a sixth sense for bull#, however I am not (and none of us can be), simultaneously an expert in whatever the subject
matter is when we are now dealing with a major event almost monthly. Therein lies the problem.
I don't believe this is an accident. That's a personal opinion, worth nothing more than anyone else's - viewed in isolation that is. However things
are not happening in a vacuum, and whatever the hell is going on is not a disconnected event.
The problem is never the problem. The solution is. Corexit spells the end of the Gulf's ecosystem. I'm with Doc Velocity on this one - I doubt very
much there was any major problem in the first place, despite the myriads of scaremongers who postulate otherwise.
Whatever they decide to do to solve the 'problem', as soon as we have all been worked into a suitable frenzy, will be the real problem. Until then,
your guess is as good as mine.
As far as I am concerned the major issues for 2010-2012 are a worldwide food shortage and ensuing famine. This latest episode certainly will not help,
but this is not due to the oil spill, it is due to the solution: Corexit.
I view all the worrying, in a dozen oil-related threads, as a waste of time.
Time will tell...
[edit on 11-6-2010 by D377MC]