Author Topic: Something very fishy with this oil spill  (Read 1614 times)

Offline MartinDWhite

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Something very fishy with this oil spill
« on: April 30, 2010, 12:33:24 AM »
I feel like a conspiracy, tin hat wearing, fool, to say this, but right after Obama "opens" up some offshore drilling (which is VERY unlike the rest of his policies) we get an massive oil rig spill and there is suggestion to stop offshore drilling.....Someone (us or foreign) blew up that oil rig and killed US citizens and lots of wildlife to furture a political agenda. It is too much like a play with the actors lining up to tell a story so no one notices getting robbed.

Even LA declared a state of emergency BEFORE the oil hit the shore or anyone got hurt in the state. WTF

I might start making tin hats......

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RE: Something very fishy with this oil spill
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2010, 04:37:00 AM »


You know Martin,



It wasn't long ago that I would tell you to keep you pyramid aluminum hat on tighter !



But now I don't trust the government as far as I can through my S.U.V. !!!!



It seems that every time they have a BILL before the Senate and House, something happens to try to make it go the wrong way !



And now doctors want to be able to assume that everyone that doesn't have a NO DONOR CARD, wishes to give their organs to the doctors, for BIG PROFIT Operations !



Now I remember not too long ago, when the Governor of PA needed a heart. lung and liver transplant, and as his time was running out, a perfect match was found in a fresh murder of a 26 year old Black man, that just so happened to have a donor card on him. He has killed by beating in his head, not to hurt any organs. And the amazing thing in all this is how quickly he was released to the Governor's doctors, so that the organs would spoil ! They did not even perform the usual autopsy as required by law when someone has died from other then natural causes. Sure I trust our Government !!!!



I could continue with other very suspicious cases, but then I would need to make my pyramid aluminum hat !



In GOD we trust, make sure everyone else pays cash !



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Re: Something very fishy with this oil spill
« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2010, 06:15:37 AM »
I did not even consider this now you make me go hmmmm, and did not another oil rig go down too? 911 ,nam,iraq,contra's, war on drug's, & on an on. S**T where did I put my foil at!!! TRUST the GOV. yeah right I worked for the idiot's for 71/2 yrs around the whole world ,I left because of what we( I) did to other's!!! RIGHT's we all better think on patriot's act. I'm done, I 'll start looking out window's an under bed's again if I think to much on this.TRUST THE ONE'S IN POWER ,GOOD LUCK ON THAT!!!!!!!!!!
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RE: Something very fishy with this oil spill
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2010, 04:15:04 PM »
Brother Jerry forwarded this article to me.  Interesting.  And Charles Krauthammer made a great point the other night.  It is the US policy that bans drilling in shallow waters that is why BP was drilling more that a mile deep for oil.  Had the well been in on the continental shelf in shallow waters, the leak resulting from the blow out would have been much much easier to cap.  Whether an accident or something more sinister, there will be a huge economic impact and both winners and losers.  But in any case, I can't see why the oil spill should help drive the rush to Cap and Trade legislation.

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