posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 02:52 AM
I wrote a few notes on my response to what I was watching;
Their mention of stock trades and "puts" regarding BP and Transocean, needs some specific figures, so that we can know if the size of the trades was
unusual -- without that reference, you could call ANY trade suspicious.
Halliburton's purchase of Boots & Coots does seem suspicious. You would think with their gift at getting RID of environmental protections and red
tape, that "cleanup" would not be a growth industry. 83% profits? Wow!
>> A lot of the Damage from the dispersant, won't be seen because Prison "volunteers" without respirators, were used on much of the cleanup. The
deal they had with the government means that they likely made MORE money on each worker than it cost them to "hire" them -- which was around $.40 an
>> It's also true that our standards are probably now less than almost any nation in regards to oil drilling rigs.
>> Yes, the Coastguard was taking orders from BP -- to protect THEM from prying eyes -- that was priority #1. If I litter on a beach -- that's a huge
fine for me -- but BP littered on all beaches and got to arrest people -- under what authority? It was obvious that this wasn't to "protect" the
The damage is hidden and is not direct. It might take over 10 years for the oil under the water to show up.
CorExit is a trade secret -- it doesn't have any EPA testing, nor do we get to know much about it. A company has more rights to protect its "blend"
of chemicals -- over and above health considerations. And there is no proof that dispersants help. EPA was suggesting that it not be used. The
chemicals we know it contains are highly toxic.
>> I have a problem with conjecture of WHAT is the plan, beyond just covering up how bad the spill was. Sure, it's dangerous -- but those dangers
will be discovered years later, and it will be spun in the Media as just "general pollution" -- and of course, more shills on blogs will speak of
"natural oil leaks" -- and it's true because a lot of people have repeated it.
>> The "cooperation" of BP with the government could ALSO be described as the usual CYA. The EPA is now just a cover for companies and allows them
to get a pass by saying "EPA said it was OK" -- until those people end up being highly paid consultants after leaving the EPA. That's the world we
live in now.
>> "Depopulation" is a disingenuous term on Ventura's part; "moving residents" for the purpose of BP setting up more refineries, or to get them
out of the way -- is not the same as "depopulating the USA." Whether that is a plan or not -- reaching this far makes the rest seem like a reach for
sensationalism. He isn't doing us favors by going beyond the facts to this much speculation. They could just be trying to BANKRUPT the middle
>> Generally, however, I think the threat from companies like BP allowing to "stay in business" after such complete failure due to greed and their
gaming of the regulatory system (literally sleeping with the regulators), is a true threat that could kill us all just because there are so many
parasitic companies like this who are out of control that eventually ONE OF THEM, is going to do one last greed/stupid thing and then nobody can
>> Where is the evidence of the CIA connection with Obama?
>> Stephen Chu -- on the take at the Department of Energy? Well, that's standard policy -- bribery is very standard now. That is a huge problem and
corporations DO run this government.
>> If the Gulf Stream is shut down -- then YES, Europe goes into a mini ice-age. But really, the increase in melt-water from the North Pole/Greenland,
is much more likely to shut down the "heat conveyer".
>> $40 Billion is for "relocation" -- it shows that the COSTS of the oil spill are way -- way beyond the paltry $20 Billion BP set up in their fund
(and will write off more by getting all that back from Uncle Sam) -- but relocation isn't "depopulation" --- trying to make this sound like
"wiping everyone out", really makes this look more like a sensationalist hit piece.
>> I appreciate Jesse's fervor and warning cry -- since very few on the media are investigating these matters -- but he isn't doing us any favors
with this kind of Yellow journalism. It is sensational enough if he stuck to the facts and NOT use conjecture.
>> Can we please stop with the "guys on the phone calling in the secret documents?" I mean, it's really a guy searching with google on the internet
and saying; "hey, we got a document here." Maybe they can add some smoke and the sound of choppers overhead.
>> The poor lady in charge of relocation getting the "depopulation" twist -- she probably is NOT privy to anything other than her job to move people
out of the way. The money is to "buy out houses." Hardly as sinister as Jesse makes it -- like his question; "how much will this cost" -- how are
these two really going to know that? If anyone knows -- the last thing they are going to do is be on an interview with Jessie Ventura.
]]] "POLICE STATE" episode
>> "They've all been lying from the start." Well, yeah. That's what PR and the best jobs all pay for; lying.
>> The "FEMA camps" have been around since Reagan -- so it's kind of silly to bring that up here. I don't doubt however, that there is a "planned
police state" -- but it would be better to point to the "bankrupting us on purpose" -- they don't have enough evidence for this nonsense. And
those "plastic coffins" -- those showed up around 2003 (we were scared back then about Bush using them). Even if they are for a Pandemic, we can't
just look at large plastic containers and say WHAT they are for.
>> "I'd rather have my freedoms and face the danger" -- that I can totally get behind. By the time they are done "securing us" -- it won't be
worth living here.