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You Are Not Authorized to See These Pictures of the Oil Spill, Citizen ... Do Not Look!

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posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:08 PM

Originally posted by TheDon
Have not others seen that alot of them pictures in the OP's post are stock photos which might? have been used before the BP "hoax?" Also there is no reference to were the photos were taken?

Am I the only one that actually does a little research?


[edit on 12/7/2010 by TheDon]

“Am I the only one that actually does a little research?”

Apparently you are by observing this thread.

I find this particular picture the OP posted interesting. It looks like a sea otter.

From my limited research sea otters are native to the cold waters off the coasts of the northern and eastern North Pacific Ocean not the warm waters in the Gulf of Mexico

In Alaska, the North Pacific Ocean, sea otters did get oil covered during the Exxon Valdez oil spill.

If I was a skilled photographer and had an artistic flair for imagination I’m sure I could simulate a Gulf oil spill disaster in my back yard using used motor oil and post the photos on ATS and they’d be swarming all over them with doomsday comments.

Anyway… you can find most of em at the “up to the minute” thread mesmerized by the illusions provided by our trusted BP, the ruler of America.

[edit on 12-7-2010 by soleprobe]

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:19 PM
reply to post by chiponbothshoulders

I wish I could argue with you but, yep you’re right.
I would love to go see for myself as I would have a loaded weapon waiting for anyone trying to impede my God given rights.
But as I am lazy and I live in Nor Kalifornia it is a ways away to go to just look at, as I don’t plan on swimming there.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:23 PM

Originally posted by ~Lucidity

I can give you the name and email address of one of the more highly prolific Reuters photographers covering this story.

Reuters? Am I supposed to trust photographers from Reuters?

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:27 PM
reply to post by EyeHeartBigfoot

I am disturbed by the pictures. I won't even look at this collection. Just the thought of what is going on in the Gulf can bring tears to me. I could be standing in the kitchen making jelly with my daughter, having a good time and all at once I will remember what is going on and I am saddened and feeling guilty for being happy while people and wildlife suffer and our planet bleeds. I can efficiently make myself miserable enough to be in pain right along with everyone else.
I am a housewife in the upper Midwest and I have racked my brain all over the place about what I could do to help. I've no clue. I try to go along with 'ignorance is bliss' then I feel guilty for trying to shut out a problem that affects us all. I send energy and think about the spill all the time.
I'm sorry for this rant, but I feel helpless. This is my gut reaction to having more pictures of things I can't help available for my viewing. I'm down for any suggestions. Send them my way. Until I can actually do something to help (besides purchasing Dawn dishsoap
) I will sit here and...I dunno. I'm at a loss right now.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:30 PM

Originally posted by 12voltz
I didnt look because i do as i'm told but i am sure they are as bad as you say

You aren't submitting to the title "You Are Not Authorized to See These Pictures of the Oil Spill, Citizen ... Do Not Look!", for fear of committing a crime, your submitting to self!
If you chose not to see this part of the reality of YOUR FUTURE, then what part of reality will you chose to acknowledge?

After you've made your choice, then what do you plan to do?
I suspect you and people like you are the one's who are very passionate and the one's who, when they open their eyes, they are the movers and shakers.

Open your eyes, ask questions, how about submitting suggestions? Thats what I'm looking for! Once I figure out my part in all of this, Im going to go full force.
For now, I ask people around me if they are aware of what is going on around them, not just pertaining to the well from hell!

best regards,

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:42 PM
reply to post by EyeHeartBigfoot

The video states that BP is still using Corexit "even though the EPA asked them to stop."

Is this how the law is supposed to work? If a cop knows I'm driving drunk, is he going to ask me to stop driving drunk and then get back in his car and go look for another offender so he can ask them to stop breaking the law, too?

Here's what the EPA told BP:

If BP is not in compliance with the EPA's directives, why isn't some type of legal action being taken?

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:44 PM
reply to post by daddio

thank you for the pictures, they made me think of this, there is no such thing as coincidence, all things happen for a reason, and this is just one of many TPTB flubs we the "sheep" are not to notice, but when we do, all things fall in to place, this is going to get a little long and mind blowing so i ask you to have an open mind and see if all the pieces fit. fist the numbers "game", thees numbers represent dates and events on thous dates starting with 9-11-01 do i need to say anything?, 2002 "the month of the Black Boxes", 8-29-2005 Katrina,4-10- 2010 BP oil spill . now for the add them up game, brake the numbers down to the lowest number and this what i came up with 01/01/2002/ MSDS RS 296 oil vapor safety levels of oil above 500ppm may cause "rapid death", 200ppm unconsciousness, if ingested may cause cancer, are you scared yet, i am not done, 10-10-2008 stock market, now i got to thinking about black jack, not the card game but the number, 84-227 313-79.666 brake it down and 12-2-10-7-9, that leads to Title 2 "PATRIOT ACT", and that also leads to 12-12 2012, one last thought why did the NRC take AZ reactors of line on the day they did? just an other happy little thought, i hope you will try your own numbers game, see were the "rabbit hole" takes you, and yes they the TPTB have stationed them boxes all over, could it be a 9-11 after thought? could it be for black rain? could it be just a coincidence, could the southwest USA face it's own "wormwood"

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:49 PM

Originally posted by schooner
I looked, wish I hadn't. I could only get halfway through those pictures. I am utterly f*&^ing disgusted.

"So go now you go and you rape this Earth
You take her for what you think she's worth
But you take and you take and you take til there's nothing left
I don't call that business, I call that theft"

John Butler Trio "Money" 2001

As you leave your house filled with PLASTIC computers made from oil, to get into your car MADE from oil, that also USES oil.

You utterly disgust me.

Life sure is fine and dandy when you hire someone else to do your dirty work - all so you can just look away blindly and ignorantly.

Because that is what you are doing. Paying someone to get you that oil.

And so is everyone else.

Let us hear it for Al Gore!

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 12:57 PM
What amazes me is the MSM will go to the ends of the earth to get a picture of some useless celebrity in their bikini, with 3' lenses, climbing in trees, stalking people, taking pictures from friggin' airplanes to of some morally bankrupt Hollywood idiot getting married, but this they can't cover?

What they pass for "news" these days is absolutely disgusting. The major networks are a bunch of lazy @sses. If the story doesn't come the them, then they aren't interested. Just disgusting. They are caving in to the Obama socialist/statist government and aren't in the least bit concerned with their 1st amendment rights. Obama says "stay away" and the media says, "Yes King Hussein, how far?". Sorry to rant, I am just so disgusted with the whole damn thing!

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:09 PM

Originally posted by EyeHeartBigfoot

You Are Not Authorized to See These Pictures of the Oil Spill, Citizen ... Do Not Look!

the government has effectively made it a felony to take pictures of oiled wildlife.

`When did this happen? I know you cannot take pictures within 65 feet of clean up crews. but i never heard you couldn't take beach pics or pic of oiled wildlife.

If this is true, someone please give me a source.

[edit on 12-7-2010 by JohnPhoenix]

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:11 PM
I can't think of too many events that have left me this disgusted with the human race.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:16 PM

Originally posted by DropOfKim
I am disturbed by the pictures. Just the thought of what is going on in the Gulf can bring tears to me.

Ya... I'm really disturbed by that pic of the sea otter in the Gulf covered in oil the OP posted:

even though sea otters DON'T EXIST IN THE GULF!!!!

Obviously... this thread is an orchestration... a collaboration in fear mongering.

[edit on 12-7-2010 by soleprobe]

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:22 PM
reply to post by Snarf

Hello Snarf, I hear you my friend! Up until about eight years ago, my life revolved around animals of all sorts. I started out volunteering at animal shelters. I took great care in cleaning up those homeless cats and dogs.
That led me into professional pet grooming. I wanted to make sure the little one's were presented at their best

Before then, I worked at veternarian clinics and kennels.

I found out this morning most birds cleaned die days afterwards. That we are wasting an enormous amount of money cleaning the wildlife, all the while they are suffering. It is being suggested that instead of spending the money to clean them, that they should be euthanized.

"Consider the bleak track record. Biologist James Estes, of the University of California–Santa Cruz, calculated that each sea otter washed and released after Exxon Valdez cost $80,000—and two-thirds of them died within two years anyway; biologists estimate that natural annual mortality for the species is about 6 percent. An estimated 375,000 to 700,000 birds were killed by the Exxon Valdez spill, Sharp says, compared with 800 rescued (at a cost of $41 million)—and most of those died within days of being released. Cleaned and released birds should be counted among the dead, Sharp contended in the journal Ibis in 1996 and still believes today. That’s why, as harsh as it sounds, the standard practice in Germany and Norway has been euthanizing oiled birds and other wildlife."
“It might make us feel better to clean them up and send them back out,” says Daniel Anderson, an ornithologist at the University of California, Davis. “But there’s a real question of how much it actually does for the birds, aside from prolong their suffering.”

additional information

Personally, I'm one to fight against the odds.....just in case....but I'm not one to allow something to suffer either.

best regards,

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:25 PM
reply to post by schooner

I couldn't even make it half way through the pictures before I realized that my anger and frustration of this whole mess was completely overtaken by a dreadful sense of sadness. By the last picture...I'm not too proud to admit that tears were shed.

It's overwhelming to say the least. My heart goes out to everyone and everything affected by disaster.

On a side note, John Butler Trio is one of my favorite bands.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:34 PM
Subscribed, flagged, and starred. Great Find

F the Government >=(

Look at these poor poor dolphins. I can't even express.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:36 PM
All I can say is LORD BROWNE!!!

Involved with Goldmann Sachs before it collapsed. Involved in BP on the run up to this and now involved with the British 'Emergency Budget' (basically one huge rip off - as if the British are not ripped off enough!!).

Listen to this David Icke interview for more information.

It would seem that this whole BP thing may have been planned well in advance.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 01:42 PM
ahhhhh....ya shouldn't have told me not to look especially if there is illegal or national security stuff involved.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 02:04 PM

Originally posted by 12voltz
I didnt look because i do as i'm told but i am sure they are as bad as you say

I hope this was irony I really really do.

Basically when your direct employee is telling you, a member of the employer group that elected him and pays his salary, to move along little slave, you have a problem.

I don't give employees the right to tell me squat, actually. They answer to us.

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 02:04 PM
Edited to remove my wrong minded post. The OP can either accept that I've admitted my error or not. Up to them and their maturity level.

[edit on 7/12/2010 by Blaine91555]

posted on Jul, 12 2010 @ 02:12 PM
reply to post by JohnPhoenix

It's a lie. They are enforcing a short 65' zone around people, boats and equipment trying to clean up the mess for safety reasons. Radicals are claiming that you can not take photo's from that distance, which of course is another lie, for whatever reason. Lots of nuts running around and insanity from crazed activists looking for a moment or two of fame.

[edit on 7/12/2010 by Blaine91555]

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