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States Need To Launch Criminal Investigation Into BP, Federal Government’s Role In Oil Spill

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posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 04:28 PM
I found this really interesting! I know Alex Jones is hit or miss but I think he has a good case here.

Click It!

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 04:48 PM
it may be

but how is it going to help stop the leak?
and how is it going to help us get it cleaned up?
save our birds and our fishes and our frogs and our dragonflies?

it is time for action.
our so-called leaders are letting us down.
if Alex Jones wants to step up and lead us, then the best way is by example.

but a bunch of blame-game and ultimately inconsequential but costly legal proceedings is of no use, whatsoever

that can come later.
if there is a later.

i'm not bashing you, ovenden - i'm just bashing frustration and futility trying to light a fire - something's gotta give eventually and bring it all crashing down

so then we can build it right, ourselves, from the ground up.

and Alex Jones and Dick Cheney can help if they want to.
but that's all - just help - no blueprints and no red pencils!

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 04:52 PM
I completely understand your point. Some of the solutions proposed by Jones aren't the calling local congressmen etc. but I thought the evidence provided in the article was very well put together.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 05:01 PM
I think if alex jones really carred he would get his listeners to go volunteer to clean up the oil spill. Instread this is Alex Jones' solution to the oil spill (and everything ever).
1. Listen to his show
2. buy his DVD
3. Cry about how bad the government is and how they should all be in jail
4. repeat steps 1-2 untill AJ dies.
5. Go to bohemian grove twice a year
6. Mention how everyone at bohemian grove is gay
7. Go back to bohemian grove to meet with pablo the pool boy.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 05:56 PM
reply to post by zaiger

thanks for the laugh

i sooooooooo need it!

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 06:04 PM
Wow...great job by Watson in putting this together. What an overwhelming and compelling article. It boggles the mind to see all this consolidated in one place. And there's so much missing yet...but that will come.

But um good luck getting Texas to go along with anything. Seriously. There's something really wrong with Texas. (No offense to the nice people who live there but....)

Freaking moneymongers too...they KNEW. And Halliburton buying Boots and Coots. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

Thanks so much for posting this. I've gotten out of the Alex habit, but you're does pay to check in now and then.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 06:14 PM
Yes i agree we need a full investigation however we need to realy consider if this is a false flag attack.

My understanding of a false flag is that a ship flys the flag of another country whilst engaging in war so lets look at the facts

1. Was the oil owned by Bp or transocian
2. Did Bp own the rig.
3. Did Bp own the Bop
4. Was most the workers British or american on the rig
5. Who granted Bp/transocian a licence to drill.
6. Who said you need a licence to stop the oil hitting the beach and then would not give out the licences untill it was too late.
7. How did Golden Ball Sacks know to sell a 44% state in Bp before it blew up.
8. Who is Bp buying it's clean up agent from (Banned in Europe)
9. Who did the cement job that went wrong (Haliburton again)

I submit that the only thing that was anything to do with Bp in this incident was the flag flying above the rig when it blew and 40% of Bp is american owned and i think america is quite able to drill it's own oil.

Do the guards that stop you talking to clean up workers have Bp on the uniforms because i've looked and can not see them.

I have no trouble with you taking a chunk out of Bp (But our Queen does, big share holder i think) but i realy think you need to follow up on some of the other leads and don't be suprised if they all point towards Iserail.

posted on Jun, 22 2010 @ 08:02 PM
reply to post by LieBuster

what is any of that going to prove, or accomplish?

i'm sure i wasn't the only one who already pretty much knew that they knew, etc.

the facts are...we (the non-big-money-suits) got it up the you-know-what!

and we all consented.
how can we cry?
we should have asked for a reach-around, maybe but still...we bent over and essentially closed our eyes.

all we can do is make sure it doesn't happen again.
this world is in the care of those of us who CARE
those that don't...need to be on restriction as far as what they can affect.
this is our home.
we CAN take it back.

fool me once, shame on you
fool me twice, shame on me
i don't look good in shame


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