posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 03:53 PM
I didnt have the time to read the entire thread yet, just the first 5 posts or so...so sorry if someone already mentioned this...well, it's just an
opinion, so here goes:
When i first read up on corexit, within 2 weeks of the spill, i realised that it was going to go down as probably the worst decision bp made in terms
of dealing with the spill(probably equal to the denying of international help that the government chose not to accept in terms of bad
decisions...)...I knew the fallout of that, between the poisoning of the oceans that the actual corexit itself accomplishes, but also in the breaking
up of the oil, spreading it throughout all the worlds oceans. i realised that this was going to be huge and i felt that it will be months before the
leak got "fixed".
anyways, at first, i felt like it was the board of directors or whatever of bp using the corexit to cover their own ass. make the spill seem less than
it actually was. kinda like sweeping the floor and then just pushing it all under the stove or the rug. room looks better but the mess is still
but then, i started putting a few others things together....left it for a month or so and i've just got back on the research train the past few
days...then i read this thread, which connects quite lot of dots....thank you to the OP...thank you very much. this is one of the best threads i've
ever read about the spill....
anyways, i started thinking about it all, since i read this and here's my two cents: I wasnt totally positive that the spill was intenetional. but i
was fairly certain that it was allowed to get worse than it was to help create a crisis so TPTB could then offer their solution to the problem or
crisis and then hedge their bets and profit from it. like bp chair dumping stocks of bp a few months before the spill...or goldman sachs doing the
same a few months before that. Now i believe without a shadow of a doubt that this entire event has been a purposeful event highly organsied and
orchestrated from the very top to fulfill some goals and objectives...so here are some ideas on what they may be:
if the despersed oils and gases and corexit go out in to the atlantic ocean, which they already have, they will end up washing up everywhere on the
west coast of europe and africa and the east coast of south america....none of the land that GWB or any of the others was on the east coast of SA...it
was all on the west coast. the atlantic ocean will die. a lesser ammount of the toxic sludge will end up in the north pole, the south pole, the indian
ocean, and the pacific, due to ocean currents. but the dmage will still be huge.
now think of monsanto and their control of the food supply. especially in recent years. now think of codex alimentarius in terms of control over our
food and nutrition and health. now think of the ideas of population control. the georgia guidestones. think of the third worlds dependance on the
ocean as a major source of food and nutrition...so one huge bonus of kiling the majority of the atlantic ocean is to help make the upcoming food
crisis this winter so much worse than it would be.
another thought i had was, nalcor does a bunch of things...one thing is cleaning the ir and cleaning the water. so if this mess ends up screwing with
the coast line of the entire atlantic ocean, well, that's alot of coastline. imagine the cleanup efforts. it could take decades. it could cost tens
of billions of dollars when it's all said and done...it could be trillions of dolllars. who are the players in beach cleanup and water cleanup?
transocean as well, right...messy messy.
we've already seen the oil rain in new orleans...what happens when a few hurricanes go up the coast and inland....we could be looking at a dozen
states with scorched earth....poisoned earth. it could take decades before it would be safe to grow nything on the land. further helping the food
i have a few other ideas as well...for next time! gtg!