posted on Jun, 24 2010 @ 01:44 PM
The Beatles legend said: "Sadly we need disasters like this to show people. Some people don't believe in climate warming - like those who
don't believe there was a Holocaust.
*ahem* I promise to refrain from using vulgar language during this post as it will violate the terms and conditions of this forum.
That didn't work. Let me try again. *ahem*
Apparently, we need an event like this. An event that was obviously orchestrated to deliver the level of impact that it has. BP made little to no
effort to clean up the spill, and they continue to mess up and cry "oops". Recently it has been revealed that BP has it's own lingo as well.
Including "Ponies & Balloons". Which is defined as the process of being forewarned of an incoming official and/or press event, where the workforce
is momentarily increased 80% in order to provide an illusion of responsibility and competence. This practice ensures that costs are kept to a
Now, you may be also wondering how the spill relates to climate change. And you'd be absolutely correct in scratching your head and crying internally
at the mental anguish of making a direct correlation. It may be impossible.
And you may also be wondering what the holocaust has to do with climate change. And you'd be absolutely correct in making the connection that the BP
spill is like a holocaust for roughly a third of America. It's destroying nearly everything in it's path, intentionally. However, Sir Lord The
Legend Paul McCartney has equated the holocaust deniers to the climate deniers and not to the BP spill. So, we can't even make that connection
either, based on his comments.
This is beyond appalling. In fact, I'd call it apPAULing. Yes. A brilliant pun. You're welcome.
I officially dislike the Beatles. And I'm not sure that this thread needs to discuss the fake Paul conspiracy, as it's irrelevant. Due to the fact
that I didn't like the old one either.
[edit on 24-6-2010 by patmac]