Was the Gulf Oil Spill Deliberate?


It finally dawned on me that the Gulf Oil spill happened on April 20, Hitler’s birthday, a date that lives in infamy. It’s a date that’s celebrated by millions and a date that is punctuated by a string of horrific man-made tragedies including Oklahoma City, Columbine, Waco and Virginia Tech. Could the April 20 Gulf spill be an extinction level event that was deliberately set?

We’ll never know. As George Carlin once said, “They never investigate themselves.”

Other disturbing details are also surfacing. It was reported that Goldman Sachs and others sold millions worth of BP stock just prior to the oil spill. Gulf area crops are dying from a perplexing plague. And there’s the recent appearance of a Bollywood dance by Transocean President and CEO Steven Newman.

Despite the nightmare scenario, BP has remained in charge. This unprecedented environmental catastrophe happened and our government basically turned it over to a corporation. The government’s job seems to have been cover-up and spin control. I don’t think they did enough and now it’s out of control with no end in sight. Well, at least we now know who’s really in charge, the corporations.

I think it’ll be wise to start stocking up, folks.

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3 Responses to “Was the Gulf Oil Spill Deliberate?”

  1. Aaron the Truck Driver Says:

    Stocking up with canned food? Like for the end of the world?

    I think the spill will go on and on and on, like the war(s) and we will forget about it.

    20 years, the earth will still be leaking and the gulf will just be like a big muddy lake, like the la brea tar pits. Good times!

  2. Jerry Says:

    As these events keep happening, along with the extreme weather swings, I think
    it’s a good thing to have a stock of food handy. It might not be the end of the world, but it could nearly be the end of us…

  3. Philip Brennan Says:

    You only *just* figured that out? We’ve been saying that since it happened.