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Thread for President Obama's 6/15/10 Address to the Nation on the Oil Spill

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:12 AM
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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:13 AM
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Sociopath/psychopath NWO puppet is what he is. He only has one vision, one purpose; NWO, one world government. His agenda are huge pieces in their NWO puzzle and for destroying the U.S. I wonder though, many know the names, who the evil are, there is evidence, but people let them walk free, untouched. JFK was treated how, and for what? We still are not told the truth there. Yet, you can support the NWO and no crime matters. There is no crime to them, that is just it; no pitty, remorse, pain, anguish, etc. They'd kill their own mothers or worse if they thought it would bring them closer to their master; Satan.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:29 AM
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Just how is the puppet near as bad as the puppet masters? Think for a moment. Obama is just a mouth piece for the machine mind that is trying to take control of the resources of the planet. This cap and trade system is a key they have been looking for. This whole incident could have been orchestrated to cause this situation to come to pass. If they create a tax paid to a global governing body the first lynch pin of global government is then put into place.

That is the goal with this speech. The banksters want this badly.

[edit on 16-6-2010 by wayouttheredude]



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 12:34 AM
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And we are supposed to trust him on anything? He is a liar, he lied during his speech last night.

BO has persistently refused to release documents that could provide answers to his being a "Documented Worker" and the appointment – at a cost confirmed to be at least $1.7 million – of myriad lawyers to defend against all requests for his documentation.

The documentation he refuses to provide includes his kindergarten records, Punahou school records, Occidental College records, Columbia University records, Columbia thesis, Harvard Law School records, Harvard Law Review articles, scholarly articles from the University of Chicago, passport, medical records, files from his years as an Illinois state senator, his Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records and his adoption records.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 01:06 AM
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Agreed, I’m simply expressing my deep seated hatred for this particular puppet.

As for his puppet masters, I feel confident their terrifying fates are sealed, fates that await them in the afterlife.

The earth will heal, mankind will perish, and the puppet master’s will be held accountable for their selfish actions, in the spirit world and within their next incarnated lives.

The most difficult thing for me in this life, is finding the inner strength to forgive them. Somehow forgiveness just doesn't seem appropriate, whereas execution does.


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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 01:38 AM
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Anyone noticed he used the word siege to describe the situation of the Gulf?...

Siege: a continued attempt to gain possession and the action of an armed force that surrounds a fortified place and isolates it while continuing to attack.

You remember he sent armed forces at the beginning of the spill?



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 01:43 AM
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"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"
"Send cash to save the dolphins. Send CASH!"


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If there was that much oil in your own backyard, why not play commandos there instead of someone elses???

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posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 01:57 AM
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BP will never be able to pay for this damage.
This whole thing with the world is like that movie the guy went into the future and the world was being run by morons, well that future is now.
Good Luck and Best to All
We are all Doomed I say Doomed

I bet all the aliens are having a good laugh about now, their saying yep, see told you so! Morons, plain and simple, never changes.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 02:12 AM
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man, that is some dark stuff.

as far as this speech is concerned,

Charlie Browns mom called, and she wants her voice back.

I am sick. our "leader" is not what he was. He "knows" what it is he wants to "know" but in his "transparency" will not share what he "knows" and he is a sick sick being.

All the people who cried for this "man", should wake in a joyous state someday, and I wish I could pull this into my future.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 02:19 AM
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Is it just me, or did the speech contain more religious talk than is usual for Mr. Obama?

Perhaps its jsut that after Bush, Obama seems so...secular, I suppose, that it always seems odd when when he mentions God or prayer, etc.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 02:52 AM
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No, not in my opinion - you aren't the least bit crazy. They - or their stylists- or both - are very aware of the psychological implications of color and they are using them. Now I've heard that Obama's mama was a tad bit on the pagan side, so he could have been aware of color magic from her. I suspect that, but can't prove it.

Blue to look calm, and spiritual, tonight, I think...and also to convey a bit of sadness.

Go back and watch the state of the union - look at all the major players - you'll see so much purple you'll want to puke. lol WE are the rulers, they said, WE are bipartisan. haha Yeah.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 02:59 AM
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The government is full of clowns.

Their latest joke was this speech.

How do you stop a "volcano of oil?"

You throw money at it! LOL AMIRITE!?



Seriously - What amount of money fixes a destroyed ecosystem that fueled an economy?

Seriously - What is green paper going to do to stop the inevitable hurricane from picking up the oil and throwing it past the shoreline?

Seriously - Are the prayers of all those people "from all different religions" going to plug the hole with their idealistic image of diversity?

Seriously - If you can't handle to problem - lets get someone who can.

BP just pee'd in the planets cheerios, and the only response is, "At least we can make them pay us while we eat their waste."



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:51 AM
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Originally posted by wfaherty
The blame for all the current Government's mistakes and inept handling of the Gulf Oil crisis can be laid at the door of every idiot who voted for Obama and his socialist administration. I hope you all like the CHANGE you got!!!. you voted for a snake oil salesman,named Obama.
Obama makes the second worse President Jimmy Carter look good.


I don't understand why so many hate this guy. Any person you have to choose from who is put into that position will do the same thing. Are you gonna hate the puppet, or the guys pulling the strings...



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:53 AM
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Originally posted by Freezer
I don't understand why so many hate this guy. Any person you have to choose from who is put into that position will do the same thing. Are you gonna hate the puppet, or the guys pulling the strings...


This is the reason for the puppet, the masters never get seen so there is no focus on them.

I do not think obama anticipated how much people will focus on him for what america does. That is part of the presidents job, and its just a fact of life for that position.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:57 AM
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Then tell them most of us are waking up and we're mad.

We are no longer going to support the "system" or the morons that work for "the system".

Once someone lies to me, I don't believe them anymore period.

The "common man" the people that do the real work, are tired of lies, lies and more lies.

Go back and tell "them" that.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 04:57 AM
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I think we've just gotten to the point where the whole underlying system of government has broken down in the sense of being able to functionally handle events like this.

It's a combination of factors. Much of it has to do with short-term thinking. Society has gotten a cheap sugar-high off of short-term thinking in the post-WW-II era, but the age in which there is leeway for that is rapidly drawing to a close. We should have started eating our veggies instead a few decades ago and now we're discovering the fact many days late and trillions of dollars short.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:00 AM
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They", the U.S. government as well as BP, have yet to recognize that the problem is not all about money! I realize that gulf coast residents do want to know about the $$, but seriously, it was $$$ and only $$$ that got us in this situation in the first place


Yep you're 100% greed pure and simple.

This is what happens when you allow Service to Self People (corporations) run the show.

All in the name of P.R.O.F.I.T.$$$$$$$$$$$



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:07 AM
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Just came to me, Obama could have given a quick hand out. He could have even said "at the moment, I am relieving BP of the right to disallow any and all media to capture this catastrophe." Something easy to do right? Nope, not for Obama who does always nothing.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:11 AM
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People keep blaming Obama.

He didn't blow the rig up.

Barack is nothing more than a puppet.

Know your enemy.

Again, read - research.

"Hostile Take Over" by David Sirota is a good place to start because he outlines who the people are behind the curtain.

This "incident" was allowed to happen because of past and present Senate/Congress that all have their filthy fat hands in the cookie jar.

Everyone that runs DC has bedded down with the heads and board members of all our major corporations.

Know your enemy, it's not the little can do nothing puppet spokesperson (the "President") He's fighting against a Congress and Senate that have as their main priority to serve "The Corporation".

Washington was bought out a long time ago.

Corportions, the world over now, BP included, are not held accountable.

This "incident" occurred because the previous head of BP that just retired, decided to "cut corners", "save money", make more "profit" at the expense of safety.


Whistleblower: BP Has Long History of Ignoring Safety for Profit
Share: by SkeeterVT | May 4, 2010 at 01:03 am
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Internal BP E-Mails and Other Company Documents Reveal Claims By Former Contractor That the British Oil Giant Violated Federal Workplace Safety Laws and Its Own Internal Policies by Failing to Keep Critical Safety Data On Its Other Offshore Oil Rigs in the Gulf of Mexico


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SPECIAL REPORT
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By JASON LEOPOLD
Truthout

A former contractor who worked for BP Plc claims the British oil conglomerate broke federal workplace-safety laws and violated its own internal procedures by failing to maintain crucial safety and engineering documents related to one of the firm's other deep-water production projects in the Gulf of Mexico, according to internal e-mails and other documents obtained by the online news service Truthout.

The whistleblower, whose name has been withheld at his request because the contractor still works in the oil industry and fears retaliation, first raised concerns about safety issues related to BP Atlantis, the world's largest and deepest semi-submersible oil and natural gas platform, located about 200 miles south of New Orleans, in November 2008.

It was then that the whistleblower, who was hired to oversee the company's databases that housed documents related to its BP Atlantis project, discovered that the drilling platform had been operating without a majority of the engineer-approved documents it needed to run safely, leaving the platform vulnerable to a catastrophic disaster that would far surpass the massive oil spill that began April 20 following a deadly explosion on a BP-operated drilling rig.

BP Atlantis, which began production in October 2007, has the capacity to produce about 8.4 million gallons of oil and 180 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.

BP CEO BLAMES RIG OWNER FOR EXPLOSION, LEAK

Confronted with the staggering cost of cleaning up the massive oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico -- as well the likelihood of multi-million-dollar lawsuits -- the head of BP insisted Monday that the owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig that exploded and sank April 20 is responsible for the failure of a device that was designed to prevent such a catastrophe.

In an interview on NBC's "Today" show, BP Group CEO Tony Hayward said that while BP was taking responsibility for cleaning up the leak, the accident that triggered the disaster was the fault of the rig's owner, Transocean.

"It wasn't our accident, but we are absolutely responsible for the oil, for cleaning it up, and that's what we intend to do," Hayward said. "That rig was run by their [Transocean's] people, their processes."

Transocean refused to comment on Hayward's allegations. Guy Cantwell, a Transocean spokesman, said that his company "will await all the facts before drawing conclusions and we will not speculate."

E-MAILS SHOW BP OFFICIALS KNEW OF DANGER TO ITS GULF RIGS

BP's own internal communications show that company officials were made aware of the issue and feared that the document shortfalls related to Atlantis "could lead to catastrophic operator error" and must be addressed.

Indeed, according to an August 15, 2008, e-mail sent to BP officials by Barry Duff, a member of BP's deep-water Gulf of Mexico Atlantis subsea team, the piping and instrument diagrams (PIDs) for the Atlantis subsea components "are not complete" and "there are hundreds if not thousands of subsea documents that have never been finalized, yet the facilities have been" up and running.

Source: www.nowpublic.com...


Know your enemy, and Obama again is nothing more than a puppet, he's simply another underling following orders.

Read my location.



posted on Jun, 16 2010 @ 05:15 AM
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Say what you will about Kennedy (a man with numerous flaws), but can ANYONE imagine Obama delivering any kind of live emergency speech of even a fraction of a calibre as that in the clip below? Keep in mind that when Kennedy made this speech, nobody outside of a very small circle in the government had any idea of the existence of the issue, and these people themselves moved rapidly and decisively after only a few days, with the President delivering his ultimatum on live TV. Now THAT is what national leadership is. THAT is is meant by "making history." How far indeed we have fallen.




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