Gulf oil spill | Page 10 | General Discussion Topics | Forum

A A A
Avatar
Please consider registering
Guest
Search
Forum Scope




Match



Forum Options



Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters
Register Lost password?
sp_Feed sp_TopicIcon
Gulf oil spill
Avatar
Aquatank
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 1061
Member Since:
April 9, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
91
July 28, 2010 - 4:21 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Interesting cleanup tech a smart sponge.
http://inhabitat.com/2010/07/27/oil-tra ... ulf-spill/

Avatar
Cole_Trickle
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 2731
Member Since:
April 9, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
92
August 3, 2010 - 12:35 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

"frrostedman" wrote: [quote="Ninor"]Simply put Tom, it was incompetence that led to it's failure. No need for Terrorists when good old negligence and incompetence by a big corporation will suffice.

I think the odds are in your favor. But my gut tells me something isn't right. Or maybe a little too right. A lot of crazy things are going on in this country. A bunch of Marxist are trying to destroy this country from within using "crisis" as their ongoing reason to push their agenda through without allowing anyone to read the bills or in some cases, even vote on the measures. This disaster fits right in with what they are doing. It's convenient.

Again, you're probably right but so far the "investigations" haven't turned up a single thing.

In all the TV interviews I've seen with the oil platform workers, I didn't see them saying, "oh, it was just a bubble of methane gas that shot up, blew the seals and exploded." Instead they said it was utter chaos, the explosions caught them by surprise and they didn't have a clue what was going on.

"ninor" wrote: The previous fires, spills, and incidents were not considered unusual for a Gulf platform and have not been connected to the April, 2010 explosion and spill.

Yes it was an accident--nothing more and nothing less---everyone always wants to blame someone--have someone take the fall--it's the American way. I've been helping monitor a popular web site over issues of fear mongering when it comes to the event----Funny how the site has placed disclaimers and retracted some of their material---Yes there are three or four MAIN CULPRITS who have " WITHOUT DOUBT " pushed fear or used fear as a means of promotion--it can't be denied and has led to a few well placed watch dogs/authorities watching closely--

One person of interest has all but disappeared from the MSM over such activity---I was one of many who inquired and asked questions in that regard----He's not been seen on TV since. The guy is a former member of a former US Administration and in my personal opinion should be arrested for yelling fire in a crowded theater---that's an analogy people but I'm quite certain he knows full well where I'm coming from.

Further: That which is understood need not be discussed---surely everyone knows that what happened in the Gulf is a tragic disaster---if you can't grasp that then don't attempt to discuss it.

All of the propaganda that has been spawned from the event is disturbing---the Drilling ban is a joke---ill conceived and detrimental to that local economy---I'm very surprised that someone has yet to be pistol whipped over it. JMHO.

Bring Em Home Cole

Avatar
Guest
Guests
93
August 4, 2010 - 8:56 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

Big head makes money on crisis they created.

BP chief Tony Hayward sold shares weeks before oil spill
The chief executive of BP sold £1.4 million of his shares in the fuel giant weeks before the Gulf of Mexico oil spill caused its value to collapse.

By Jon Swaine and Robert Winnett
Published: 12:10AM BST 05 Jun 2010

Tony Hayward cashed in about a third of his holding in the company one month before a well on the Deepwater Horizon rig burst, causing an environmental disaster.
Mr Hayward, whose pay package is £4 million a year, then paid off the mortgage on his family’s mansion in Kent, which is estimated to be valued at more than £1.2 million.

There is no suggestion that he acted improperly or had prior knowledge that the company was to face the biggest setback in its history.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/news ... spill.html

Avatar
Guest
Guests
94
August 25, 2010 - 7:42 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print

The purpose to create BP's oil spill is to push Great Britain to support US in coming Iran war.

BP originates from “The National Iranian Oil Company” in 1953, and was ousted from Iran in 1979. When US wants to start a war in Iran, they need again the ally of the Great Britain like what they had when Bush started Iraq invasion. But the puddle Tony Blair is not at the seat. To extort Britain to join the coming Iran war, the Gulf oil spill was created to shake the foundation of the BP. To save BP from the financial trouble – joining the Iran war.

Quote, “

Iran Accountable for BP Oil Spill
Posted on 03. Aug, 2010 by Raja Mujtaba in Enviornment
By Mehreen Saee

In order to pay for the damages it caused to U.S. businesses and to itself, BP will likely resort to its historic strategy of how it became an oil giant in the first place. And the U.S. will once again help the corporation as we did in 1953 when a covert CIA plot overthrew Iran’s democratically elected Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh and instated an authoritarian regime in order to acquire that country’s oil.
The coup proved to be a successful covert experiment for the U.S. when The National Iranian Oil Company was transformed into British Petroleum in 1954…..

In 1979, Iran’s Islamic Revolution ousted BP from the country and attained back its resources; but for the past few years U.S. officials have again been looking toward Iran, which still has the world’s third largest oil reserves.

http://www.opinion-maker.org/2010/08/ir ... oil-spill/

Avatar
Guest
Guests
95
September 22, 2010 - 3:08 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print

"Cole_Trickle" wrote:
Yes it was an accident--nothing more and nothing less---everyone always wants to blame someone--have someone take the fall--it's the American way. Bring Em Home Cole

Accident? It was a sabotage.

Somebody knew in advance. It was meant to happen. That’s why Goldman Sachs, Halliburton and BP’s Chief, all could make money on it.

'And The Sea Shall Turn To Blood'...
By David Icke
The David Icke Newsletter
6-27-10

Mother Jones magazine reported:

'Tony Buzbee, a lawyer representing 15 rig workers and dozens of shrimpers, seafood restaurants, and dock workers, says he has obtained a three-page signed statement from a crew member on the boat that rescued the burning rig's workers.

The sailor, who Buzbee refuses to name for fear of costing him his job, was on the ship's bridge when Deepwater Horizon installation manager Jimmy Harrell, a top employee of rig owner Transocean, was speaking with someone in Houston via satellite phone.

Buzbee told Mother Jones that, according to this witness account, Harrell was screaming, "Are you @#$%&! happy? Are you @#$%&! happy? The rig's on fire! I told you this was gonna happen.'

Yes, and nothing was done because it was meant to happen.

http://www.rense.com/general91/blood.htm

Avatar
Ninor
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 696
Member Since:
April 10, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
96
September 22, 2010 - 3:21 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print

"kathaksung" wrote:

Accident? It was a sabotage.

Somebody knew in advance. It was meant to happen. That’s why Goldman Sachs, Halliburton and BP’s Chief, all could make money on it.

'And The Sea Shall Turn To Blood'...
By David Icke
The David Icke Newsletter
6-27-10

Mother Jones magazine reported:

'Tony Buzbee, a lawyer representing 15 rig workers and dozens of shrimpers, seafood restaurants, and dock workers, says he has obtained a three-page signed statement from a crew member on the boat that rescued the burning rig's workers.

The sailor, who Buzbee refuses to name for fear of costing him his job, was on the ship's bridge when Deepwater Horizon installation manager Jimmy Harrell, a top employee of rig owner Transocean, was speaking with someone in Houston via satellite phone.

Buzbee told Mother Jones that, according to this witness account, Harrell was screaming, "Are you @#$%&! happy? Are you @#$%&! happy? The rig's on fire! I told you this was gonna happen.'

Yes, and nothing was done because it was meant to happen.

http://www.rense.com/general91/blood.htm

That doesn't necessarily mean it was sabotage. As I've said from the start, it's cause was a combination of complacency, ineptitude, criminal negligence, arrogance, laziness and the lack of proper fail safe redundancy for where they were drilling.

I still think BP should be held accountable for their actions, which should consist of them being liquidated and their assets sold off and paid to those affected by their negligence. Once liquidated their former employees should also be given a generous severance package. A portion of the monies from their liquidation should also go towards paying for the damage they've done to the world's ecosystem. Perhaps if this was done to them, then the next time some greedy corporation thought about cutting corners to save a few bucks, they'd think twice before doing it.

Avatar
Guest
Guests
97
September 22, 2010 - 3:29 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print

"Ninor" wrote: [quote="kathaksung"]

Accident? It was a sabotage.

Somebody knew in advance. It was meant to happen. That’s why Goldman Sachs, Halliburton and BP’s Chief, all could make money on it.

'And The Sea Shall Turn To Blood'...
By David Icke
The David Icke Newsletter
6-27-10

Mother Jones magazine reported:

'Tony Buzbee, a lawyer representing 15 rig workers and dozens of shrimpers, seafood restaurants, and dock workers, says he has obtained a three-page signed statement from a crew member on the boat that rescued the burning rig's workers.

The sailor, who Buzbee refuses to name for fear of costing him his job, was on the ship's bridge when Deepwater Horizon installation manager Jimmy Harrell, a top employee of rig owner Transocean, was speaking with someone in Houston via satellite phone.

Buzbee told Mother Jones that, according to this witness account, Harrell was screaming, "Are you @#$%&! happy? Are you @#$%&! happy? The rig's on fire! I told you this was gonna happen.'

Yes, and nothing was done because it was meant to happen.

http://www.rense.com/general91/blood.htm

That doesn't necessarily mean it was sabotage. As I've said from the start, it's cause was a combination of complacency, ineptitude, criminal negligence, arrogance, laziness and the lack of proper fail safe redundancy for where they were drilling.

I still think BP should be held accountable for their actions, which should consist of them being liquidated and their assets sold off and paid to those affected by their negligence. Once liquidated their former employees should also be given a generous severance package. A portion of the monies from their liquidation should also go towards paying for the damage they've done to the world's ecosystem. Perhaps if this was done to them, then the next time some greedy corporation thought about cutting corners to save a few bucks, they'd think twice before doing it.

You also can accuse that it's aAl Qaida who attacked the WTO. Not done by government insiders.

But how do you explain that Goldman Sachs, Halliburton and BP's Chief could all so accurately made money on this "accident"? That's a plan, not accident.

Avatar
Ninor
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 696
Member Since:
April 10, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
98
September 22, 2010 - 6:21 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print

"kathaksung" wrote:

But how do you explain that Goldman Sachs, Halliburton and BP's Chief could all so accurately made money on this "accident"? That's a plan, not accident.

That merely proves that they were aware/complicit in the negligence and ineptitude that was going on, and decided to bank upon it leading to disaster ... as it inevitably would, and did.

Avatar
sandra
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 3859
Member Since:
December 4, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
99
September 22, 2010 - 6:58 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print

So what are you saying here Ninor? You think that they were aware of the carelessness
and banked in on it within that amount of a time frame?
Maybe some say it was an accident but there is always going to be information surrounding anything this catastrophic, to have relevant suspicion.

“Living backwards!” Alice repeated in great
astonishment. “I never heard of such a thing!”
“—but there’s one great advantage in it, that one’s
memory works both ways.”
— Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking-Glass

Avatar
Ninor
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 696
Member Since:
April 10, 2009
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
100
September 22, 2010 - 7:03 am
sp_Permalink sp_Print

"sandra" wrote: So what are you saying here Ninor? You think that they were aware of the carelessness
and banked in on it within that amount of a time frame?
Maybe some say it was an accident but there is always going to be information surrounding anything this catastrophic, to have relevant suspicion.

I think they knew that rig was an accident waiting to happen, and for some reason or other, chose not to do anything about it.

Forum Timezone: America/Los_Angeles
Most Users Ever Online: 288
Currently Online:
52
Guest(s)
Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)
Top Posters:
greeney2: 10318
bionic: 9871
Lashmar: 5290
tigger: 4577
rath: 4298
DIss0n80r: 4162
sandra: 3859
frrostedman: 3816
Wing-Zero: 3279
Tairaa: 2843
Newest Members:
romandavis
L Stone
Jessica
grag harley
Joe Buteo
Paul
Matt Simons
tararubena
Carl Anthony
Straight Zeke the Geek
Forum Stats:
Groups: 8
Forums: 31
Topics: 9296
Posts: 124792

 

Member Stats:
Guest Posters: 2
Members: 25062
Moderators: 0
Admins: 2
Administrators: John Greenewald, blackvault