I've been following this disaster since day one, and it seems people really don't care anymore. I didn't see this posted anywere so I wanted to
share it with everyone who still wants to know what's going on in the Gulf of Mexico.
Skip to the 8min 45sec mark to get past other current events and on to the meat of the episode.
This is a one-hour broadcast from democracynow that was aired yesterday on the anniversary of the BP oil rig explosion. They discuss the events that
transpired and the ensuing aftermath. They talk to victims of BP that aren't getting paid and have interviews with lawyers trying to help the
victims. It's a long watch, but it's one of the best summaries I've seen of this terrible, ongoing crisis.
I've been here for some time, but have made very few posts. I'm no expert on posting (though I see people chastised on their shortcomings
everyday), so if you have any suggestions on how to make this one better please feel free to share.
PS- not sure if I pasted the link properly, and I have no idea how to embed, so any help is welcome.
I don't have time to watch it at the moment, but I will be watching it later tonight. Thank you for bringing it to our attention. The BP disaster
should still be very much front-and-center on people's radar, yet it seems to have dropped off the map.
No, the oil is still leaking out through the seabed, wider and nearer to shore. The late Matts Simmons was right and they had to kill him. If you want
to learn more see
Media Fotilla - Radio Interview Kathryn O'Shannahan with Trisha Springstead
Every big event that has happened recently died out like a week after, Osama, The birth certificate of Obama, Fukushima, Everything, within the week
of those events Every Single Headline on this forum was about them, BP I haven't forgot about but I haven't been following the event lately,
haven't bothered to check on the status of the cleanup, infact i will right now
Thank you for refreshing our memories. Mine was refreshed a few weeks ago from watching a video on YT of one of the victims who is now dying (or,
well, maybe dead by now?)
The disaster has been in the back of my mind, however for many of us life goes on, and there's also plenty other disasters to worry about. People can
only focus on so much death and corruption without losing it completely. There's SO MUCH CRAP going on right now, I seriously think it's part of
TPTB's plan --- just overwhelm people with the sheer amount. Most people are too busy watching American Idol, and the rest of us -- how can we be out
simultaneously protesting the BP oil spill, Fukushima disaster, maybe Calhoun/Cooper disaster, TSA, police abuse, big brother taking our house keys,
NWO and everything else? Not to mention support anyone who MIGHT be able to change things (Ron Paul) ? It's not possible and they know it.
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