We've had a bad week in terms of wildlife in this country - not that us two legged animals having been doing so hot - with the Gulf Disaster alone,
but its bad elsewhere too. In North Dakota a major fishing hole has seen fish dying from a total lack of oxygen in the water and here's a couple of
links on that:
the TV news line from local NBS listed on the above website is here and tells the story pretty well I think, though without explanation of why:
Texas is having even worse problems on inland lakes/waterholes and it intersects with Gulf problems in one way. Pelicans are flying inland from the
Gulf to feed on the fish here, but its actually from April 21, 2010, the day after the blowout and buried in news, except locally:
A few days later this is on the expansion of the fish die-off and pelican migration. Ironically some pelicans might have been better off there than on
their Gulf Coast nesting grounds:
also covered here with toxicity level reports but hard to find the right info, a little:
Here's some background on gold algae:
Back to the South Dakota kill, there's little more on this, but the first report says the bottom of pond is getting dark brown "like a cup of
coffee". Oil is one of the suspects since there is oil drilling in the area, but there's no definite analysis. I went to some fishing blog boards
and algae would seem to the culprit in other parts of the state, but no word on the latest one as to why.
One fish kill that very much is related to the BP blowout has been moving up from the immediate to coast to Lake Pontchartrain. Here's the report
from there just a few days ago:
I think if there's a point to this post outside of just new and information on this topic, its' this: All of these fish kills may have different
sources and there's at least two Golden Algae and Oil, but in both the Northern most and Southern most part of the country we have serious levels of
destruction to the lower level of the food chain. New stories tend to crowd out other news stories and the national news simply misses a lot of them,
ignores a lot of them or censors some of them. MSM is a lousy place to keep updated except on the most narrow spectrum of news. We seem to be in at
least a slow motion environmental meltdown; in some places it's in hyper-drive like on the Gulf Coast.
I have done work in my education at the University of California, Santa Cruz on environmental issues, but it's not really my field and Cold War
history and labor history come first for me now, but it seems like threats to the environment are escalating and my attention is shifting there more
all the time. We cannot afford to take our eyes completely off the possibility that our food chain is being destroyed from the ground (or deep ocean)
up, at least by degrees.
Possible sidelight/ possible main show?
Now one more kicker here for those of you who may be tweaked by what the elites (and particularly those of you see the Illuminati/Masonic connection
there in various events. Today is 7/11/2010 and a full solar eclipse will be peak at 3:33 PM in the southern hemisphere. There's also a Grand Cross
alignment today and we have pretty dramatic heliosphere activity. The cross alignment is actually in a compass form this year. The biggest recent CME
I'm more curious than anything else about this topic. I'm not a long term Illuminati investigator or anything like that. I'm not big into
numerology, nor have ever thought of the Masons as a major threat. But I do engage in research of various elites and have had my attention caught
recently by the terror attacks, real or false flags that have coincided with Iluminati numerology. I can't explain them all away with "coincidence
theory." I'm definitely not going to take lead on screaming out warnings on the Illuminati conspiracy, but I have a growing interest in looking into
these things and am wondering this: Who should be watching - the elites (or maybe Luciferian elites), the politics and progress of the oil disaster,
the deployment of troops and military tensions around the Gulf and the world, the actions of the White House, Congress and economic, unemployment
financial reform and environmental issues, or should we be getting ready for something else big when attention is drawn to a number of quarters on all
these various issues. I need some help figuring out just where to cast my eyes in the near future. I do feel something very big is going to happen
soon, but who, what, why and where?
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