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Oil Spill- Links and Notes from TTG Show May 10

These are links and notes from our Monday May 10, 2010 radio show.

The following quotes are from the Washington Post article:

“A target of the investigation, according to Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.), who chairs the House energy subcommittee and met with oil company officials last week, is the final cementing job on the well. Four employees of Halliburton — founded by Erle Halliburton in 1924 as the Halliburton Oil Well Cementing Company — were on Deepwater Horizon. They had overseen the main task of cementing the well just 20 hours before the blowout.

A petroleum engineer whose name is not public, but who called the Mark Levin radio show in New York and is now represented by New Orleans attorney Scott Bickford, has given an account of what happened in the final moments before the blowout, according to a report in the New Orleans Times-Picayune. He said that the heavy drilling mud was pulled from the well and replaced with lighter sea water before the second cement plug was put in place. According to Bickford, this lowered the resistance to the natural pressure of the well, and a bubble of gas surged upward.

Whatever happened with the cement, the mud and the plugs, there was supposed to be a fail-safe mechanism: the blowout preventer. This massive apparatus has multiple valves that can close the well, plus a pair of blind-shear rams that can slice right through the pipe in an emergency.
Survivors say they hit the red button on the rig to activate the system. The device also has a “dead man’s” switch that should have worked when the well erupted even if there was no manual signal from above.

Deffeyes, the Princeton professor, said, “Here we have the statistically unlikely case of both systems failing.” The blowout is one failure, the blowout preventer’s malfunction is the second, and there may even be a third failure, he said — for example, if the steel casing was improperly attached to the blowout preventer.”

Moratorium lifted on offshore drilling- environmental concerns raised.

Could the oil spill now be used to push the agenda of the globalists through limiting our use of oil and privatizing our water?
Example article on the water privatization issue and Canada:

SWAT teams sent by US to inspect oil rigs in Gulf of Mexico after blowout

Mr. Obama said SWAT teams were being dispatched to the Gulf to investigate oil rigs and said his administration is now working to determine the cause of the disaster.

Definition of SWAT team from Wikipedia*:
A SWAT (special weapons and tactics) team is an elite paramilitary tactical unit in American and some international law enforcement departments. They are trained to perform high-risk operations that fall outside of the abilities of regular officers. Their duties include performing hostage rescues and counter-terrorism operations, serving high risk arrest and search warrants, subduing barricaded suspects, and engaging heavily-armed criminals.
*Note: It doesn’t say anything about oil rigs.

Article above refers to Exxon Valdez spill. Background info on Exxon-Valdez spill from Wikipedia:
The Exxon Valdez oil spill ocurred in Prince William Sound, Alaska, on March 24, 1989, when the Exxon Valdez, an oil tanker bound forLong Beach, California, hit Prince William Sound’s Bligh Reef and spilled an estimated minimum 10.8 million US gallons (40.9 million litres, or 250,000 barrels) of crude oil. It is considered to be one of the most devastating human-caused environmental disasters ever to occur in history.[1] As significant as the Valdez spill was — the largest ever in US waters — it ranks well down on the list of the world’s largest oil spills in terms of volume released.[2] However, Prince William Sound’s remote location (accessible only by helicopter, plane and boat) made government and industry response efforts difficult and severely taxed existing plans for response. The region is a habitat for salmon, sea otters, seals and seabirds. The oil, originally extracted at the Prudhoe Bay oil field, eventually covered 1,300 miles (2,100 km) of coastline[3]and 11,000 square miles (28,000 km2) of ocean.[4]


Refering to the Exxon-Valdez spill does give the impression that it happened before and life went on relatively as normal, so this too shal pass, but it is hardly a comparable situation. Exxon Valdez happened in a remote part of Alaska. The Mexican Gulf spill is affecting coastal areas of the US and Mexico, in areas of human habitation. Will affect tourism, food prices, destroy large parts of fishing and shrimping industries, and deal another blow to an already damaged US economy.

Haiti: Dirty Deeds and Filthy lies

The following article and video were contributed by Arron Alan, aka BarbarianRebellion.

Well, it’s been about a month and a half since the attack on Haiti and I guess many people are turning to other pressing matters which the NWO has served up since.
Yeah sure, there have been plenty of catastrophes and life goes on. Right? Wrong!
I think this one is quite a bit different owing to the incredible power that their new toy appears to possess.
Or is it really a new toy? Some speculate that they used this weapon to intensify and steer Hurricane Katrina. Or what about the tsunami in Indonesia? I didn’t hear that many satisfactory conspiracy theories regarding those disasters and besides, the planet is about to undergo a pole shift so these things are not impossible. But this earthquake has too many questions which, as usual, the lame stream media doesn’t even bother to ask. That is why we must demand answers!
The very fact that the US government is moving fast toward bringing concentration camps out into the open in America must show anyone who knows better, that they regard the constitution and the “common law” of the land, null and void. I know. You’re probably thinking that this is a far away place which has no bearing on your life, but think again. One of the major things they are going to do with this disaster is push for terrorists to be interned within the borders of the USA. Remember when the War 4 Terror began? They were claiming that they could carry out unconstitutional acts including torture and disregarding habeas corpus, because that wasn’t in America. Guantanamo Bay was considered a jurisdiction onto itself. Well now, they are bringing it here because they know that they don’t even need to bother with such trifles as making excuses to the American people now that they are free to torture people and detain them indefinitely, without charge. How long do you think it will be before they begin treating Americans in the same manner?

Haiti: Where is all that money going?

Here is some official accounting according to the AP.

Even though the Haitian government is shattered and the President himself is sleeping in a tent, virtually no aid money from the US is not going directly to the government. This is supposedly to prevent corrupt officials from lining their own pockets with it.

Like the way corrupt US officials and other globalists line their pockets with money they leach from the populace? Is that what they meant?

Somehow, it makes more sense here to give 33 cents of every aid dollar to the US military so they can occupy the country, rather than to give more than 1 cent of it to the Haitian government itself so they can take care of their own business. And the US do use some of that 33 cents to provide medical services on that one ship, too, of course. I wonder if after they brutalized that kid while he was looking for food, they sent him to that ship?

I’m not saying we should just be giving all this money to the Haitian government, but it looks to me like it is deliberately being withheld from them to keep them dependent on the US and UN. I would be willing to bet that even the ‘corrupt Haitian government’ would have gotten food and water to its own people within the first week instead of military boots to the head. Besides, the ‘corrupt Haitian government’ is the one the US installed after they got rid of Aristide, so whose fault is that?

And of those 44 cents that go to the NGOs, how much of that actually goes to any kind of aid? They didn’t give any accounting of that.

Haiti: What would you do?

With the media as tightly controlled as it is, it is virtually impossible to know exactly what is really going on in Haiti at this time. To be sure, this is a cataclysm of monumental proportions that is causing immeasurable human suffering. Here is what the MSM would like us to believe:
Efforts to provide humanitarian aid have been impeded by the fact that there is only one airport and it is congested, the port has been destroyed, looting is rampant and it is taking time to first secure the country with the military in order to be able to deliver supplies and medical help in an orderly fashion.
I don’t buy it.
I have watched the footage of ‘looters’. All I saw were people left to their own devices in a hell of destroyed buildings and streets littered with bodies, seeing to their own survival by vying for what food or supplies they could scavenge from the ruins. If the USA or Canada were hit with such an apocalypse, I think it would be safe to say that our citizens would be doing the same under those circumstances.
If your city were reduced to a heap of rubble and you had children to feed, wouldn’t you take up your gun (or machete, as the case may be) and do what you can to provide for their survival?
Some news pieces referred to victims using bodies to create a roadblock in protest against the lack of aid. Sometimes it was said that the roadblock was being used to force aid trucks to stop. The implication is that the Haitians are some kind of savages who have no respect for their dead, I suppose. Actually, footage of this only showed bodies lines up in the street. Please tell me: where else are they supposed to put the bodies? And if they did have to block the road to get aid trucks to stop, what is the rest of the story? Why was there so little aid coming in?
As far as I’m concerned, there is no way that the entire world’s humanitarian aid organizations were so totally incapable of bringing aid to Haiti for an entire week. How could they be so disorganized? What was the point of SOUTHCOM running a drill of their new DISA system based on bringing aid to Haiti if they are so completely unable to actually bring aid in real life? The US alone managed to send over 10 000 troops in there pretty quickly and those troops are getting fed and watered. Imagine if they had given all that food and water to the earthquake survivors instead? maybe then they wouldn’t have needed so many troops.

Two of the most disgusting pieces of evidence against the ‘humanitarian aid effort’ are posted below. In the first, you will see a lonely helicopter throwing down a couple of small packages into a fray of survivors. They might as well have been throwing a couple of bones into a pack of starving dogs. Not that I’m comparing the Haitian victims to dogs, of course. What sickened me was that the delivery of these parcels looked more like a deliberate attempt to set the victims against each other than an honest effort to help them. To me, it was blatant.

In this second video, you will see former President Clinton symbolically unloading packs of supplies while trying to keep a straight face. I don’t know if he is capable of being such a hypocrite because he has been mind-controlled by the CIA or because he has just flat-out sold his soul to the Devil. Either way, it’s nauseating. This is followed by a clip of what appear to be mercenaries dealing with ‘looters’ (i.e. desperate people who are trying to survive) by shooting them and kicking them in the face. That’s right: KICKING THEM IN THE FACE. That’s humanitarian aid, New World Order-style.

Meanwhile, I have made contact with a man in Seattle who is working on fund-raising for Haitian grassroots organizations and for the local Haitian community, so they can send money back to their loved ones to help them get through this ordeal. Hopefully, he will soon give me a list of places that we can donate to directly instead of giving our money to the NWO NGOs who are, largely, not to be trusted. I’m sure that groups like Doctors Without Borders are there to do good work, but they are probably being slowed down by the American military occupation of Haiti having been made top priority. In the meantime, maybe we can help a little by giving directly to some of the victims. We’ll see what we can come up with.

FAS are Conspiracy Theorists

The Federation of American Scientists are such conspiracy theorists that they not only ‘believe’ in tectonic weapons, but have actually published the following Convention on their website, which was:

Signed in Geneva May 18, 1977
Entered into force October 5, 1978
Ratification by U.S. President December 13, 1979
U.S. ratification deposited at New York January 17, 1980



Here is an excerpt:

“It is the understanding of the Committee that the following examples are illustrative of phenomena that could be caused by the use of environmental modification techniques as defined in Article II of the Convention: earthquakes, tsunamis; an upset in the ecological balance of a region; changes in weather patterns (clouds, precipitation, cyclones of various types and tornadic storms); changes in climate patterns; changes in ocean currents; changes in the state of the ozone layer; and changes in the state of the ionosphere.

It is further understood that all the phenomena listed above, when produced by military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques, would result, or could reasonably be expected to result, in widespread, long-lasting or severe destruction, damage or injury. Thus, military or any other hostile use of environmental modification techniques as defined in Article II, so as to cause those phenomena as a means of destruction, damage or injury to another State Party, would be prohibited.

It is recognized, moreover, that the list of examples set out above is not exhaustive. Other phenomena which could result from the use of environmental modification techniques as defined in Article II could also be appropriately included. The absence of such phenomena from the list does not in any way imply that the undertaking contained in Article I would not be applicable to those phenomena, provided the criteria set out in that article were met.”