posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 03:27 PM
reply to post by James Battleworthy
your link is broken
Edit: that was strange. i clicked it 5 times, it wouldn't work. but then after i posted a response, it started working.
Anyway, I think it's a given that they aren't going to be held accountable for the massive damage they have brought on the world. I said that from
day 1 of this disaster. It was especially obvious to me when I read we turned down 13 countries to try and help us clean up the spill. They are going
to milk this for all it's worth for as long as they can, because as our government says, "you can never let a crisis go to waste."
It's really sad that the whole country isn't in the streets of D.C. demanding action. Everyone who's not in the gulf coast area are just going
about their everyday lives with out a care in the world, because it doesn't effect them directly, and besides, they have work to worry about, they
don't have time to protest. It's such a shame because if something of this magnitude isn't resonating anger throughout the country, then what has
to happen to make people care? How big of a catastrophe do we need for people to stop going with the flow and actually make a difference? I talk to my
fellow co-workers about it everyday and they just roll their eyes and give me that look like, "oh here we go again". It's really outrageous. I just
told my co-workers today about the issue with BP and them destroying the wild horses way of life, and nobody even listened to me. They were too busy
working to care. It just seems like nothing is ever going to change, the masses are to ignorant, and way too invested in their sad excuse of what they
think a good life is. Work, eat, sleep, die. They are completely content with that system, and I don't know what it'll take to break them free of
that. It really makes me sad that my attempts to do so are futile.
Keep fighting the good fight ATS, maybe we'll wake them up before it's too late, I hope.
[edit on 7/5/2010 by HistoryIsOnlyHisStory]