A Japanese oil tanker has been damaged in an explosion as of last night..reportedly the crew saw a bright flash of light on the horizon but the "accident" has been blamed on an earthquake of all things.The event happened near the strait of Hormuz on its way to the United Arab Emirates and so it becomes one of many little rumor-ridden possibilities of aggression involving Iran and of WW III looming on the horizon. I see more than just a question of foreign aggression heating up though...i've just counted the 12th oil disaster to occur in 2010.

The Gulf Oil spill has captivated the attention of the world..and rightly so maybe, since it is a disaster of immense proportions which has never been matched in the realm of oil spills, but it's not an isolated event this year. Over the nine preceding years before 2010, the average number of oil incidents per year was 4.5. This year we have hit number 12 with this event in the straight of Hormuz last night...and it's only July. What exactly is going on that suddenly we should see such an extreme increase in these events which, if we accept all of the official causes for, are utterly unrelated? The first reasonable conclusion is that the officially given causes are fabricated and that there is some common thread here...which leads on to the only possible common thread there could be minus divine intervention..and that is human intervention. They were planned.

Here is a rundown of the oil incidents which have occurred this year beginning with the most recent...

1. Japanese oil tanker in the strait of Hormuz - July 28

2. Louisiana: an abandoned oil well is supposedly struck by a tug boat causing a 100 foot geyser of oil - July 27

3. Michigan: 800,000 gallons are spilled into a creek in Kalamazoo County when Enbridge Liquids Pipelines sprung a leak - July 26

4. China: largest oil spill ever in China as thick tar-like crude spills into the Yellow Sea - July 16

5. Egypt: Huge quantities of oil gush from Egypt's offshore platforms in the Red Sea. - July 16

6. Utah: A leaked pipeline sent 400 to 500 barrels of oil into Salt Lake City creek. - June 11

7. Singapore: 2,000 tons of crude oil leaked into the Singapore Strait, reportedly damaged in a collision. - May 25

8. Nigeria: Exxon Mobile spill - May 1

9. Gulf of Mexico: Deepwater Horizon - April 20

10. Australia: Great Barrier Reef - April 3

11. Texas: January 23

12: China: January 5

The number of oil incidents for the previous nine years are:

5 in 2009

1 in 2008

5 in 2007

4 in 2006

9 in 2005

7 in 2004

2 in 2003

2 in 2002

7 in 2001

3 in 2000

What is the message we're supposed to get? It is a matter of pattern that when the controllers want our minds on a certain problem..one they presumably want to "fix" for us..they make certain it becomes a staple of our everyday conversation with others..our foremost concern and topic of debate. When they want stricter gun controls, you are sure to see the incidents of homicidal maniacs opening fire in a public place increase exponentially. When they want tighter food laws, you are sure to hear of repeated cases of food being recalled for bacteria strains which have no business being where they are found. When they want to impress upon the public that those opposed to big government are dangerous terrorists, there will surely be a bizarre rash of "disgruntled patriots" committing acts of murder-suicide to "get their message across. So when we see a year that could properly be called "The Year of the Oil Spill"...we can safely conclude that they desire to "fix" the public's reliance upon petroleum.

The desired result upon the public mind set is a success too...wherever one turns they are confronted with the unthinking parroting of the philosophy which is concocted in the wake of all this oil mess. The general sentiment ranges from opinions like " all this offshore drilling must stop! It's ruining 'mother Earth'" to the more deranged "this is what we (humanity) deserve...we're so Evil!" Sentiments like these are prime fuel to light the fire under the very pot these people are sitting in but the "Green Movement" marches on like a pack of intoxicated lemmings to the edge of the cliff.

Now hovering on the horizon can be seen the dismal future of, not just Americans, but the whole world, bowed down under the weight of increased cost of energy and carbon taxes. As the lights are already flickering off across California and families cease to be able to even afford a water bill, how much more will it really take to break the back of the "commoner"? Not much more, the Elite are hoping...just a few more staged events to cripple the environment and blame it on you. It is beyond sad to see the very victims of this ploy hungrily eating up the last words they heard spewed from the mouth of the latest Al Gore on the scene who'd like to remind us that the polar bears are drowning and the doom of all mankind is upon us if we don't accept a third-world style of living.

It is stunning to me that the same environmentally frenzied individuals who declare that man is the greatest of evils on the Earth, cannot at the same moment conceive of men who are evil enough to contrive such a web of deceit to further their own ends. Who believes that any of these super wealthy and powerful individuals are willing to reduce their energy consumption or go without electricity or be willing to give up their "energy credits" to some less fortunate soul? Does a fanatic environmentalist expect a great display of humble subjection by the elite to their own dictatorial restrictions? If the human population is actually too high and negative eugenics should be applied, are they willing to volunteer to be first in line for the culling?

People will be used, abused and deceived as far as they are willing to allow themselves to be and the root of the deception lies in a place of pride and unwillingness to yield to an Authority to which we are all accountable. That authority is not "mother Earth", it is our Father in heaven who has stated some very strict warnings against the use and abuse of the poor and needy.

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a bright flash of light on the horizon followed by an explosion on-board sounds like scalar weapon technology.
US expert: China oil spill far bigger than stated
Associated Press Writer
BEIJING (AP) -- China's worst known oil spill is dozens of times larger than the government has reported, and some of the oil was spilled deliberately to avoid an even larger disaster, an American expert said Friday.
China's government has said 1,500 tons of oil spilled after a pipeline exploded two weeks ago near the northeastern city of Dalian, sending 100-foot- (30-meter-) high flames raging near one of the country's key strategic oil reserves. It has not updated that estimate since a few days after the spill.
But Rick Steiner, a former University of Alaska marine conservation specialist, estimated 60,000 tons to 90,000 tons of oil actually spilled into the Yellow Sea.
"It's enormous. That's at least as large as the official estimate of the Exxon Valdez disaster" in Alaska, he told The Associated Press.
The estimates, though rough, could complicate official efforts to move on and declare China's latest environmental disaster a closed issue: State media has reported Dalian's mayor already declared a "decisive victory" in the oil spill cleanup.
The spill has caused at least one death when a cleanup worker drowned in the sticky crude, and thousands of Dalian residents have used everything from their bare hands to chopsticks to pick the goo from the sea.
Steiner, who worked on the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill, announced the China estimates after touring the oil spill area as a consultant for the environmental group Greenpeace China.
"It's habitual for governments to understate oil spills," Steiner told a press conference. "But the severity of the discrepancy is unusual here."
An official with Dalian's propaganda department told The Associated Press he was not aware of Steiner's estimates and had no comment.
"I think we should follow the figures released by the city government," said the man, who gave his surname as Li.
The government has said the pipeline exploded July 16 after workers continued to inject an agent to strip sulfur from oil after a tanker had finished unloading its cargo.
Firefighters at the scene later told Greenpeace China workers had let oil escape from other nearby tanks to reduce the risk that another nearby tank containing the chemical dimethylbenzene would explode as well.
Steiner said his estimates came from the fact the oil storage tank that was destroyed had a capacity of about 90,000 tons and reportedly had just been filled by the tanker.
He said his lower estimate of 60,000 tons came from the rate of oil recovery by thousands of fishing boats dispatched for the cleanup.
"They've already collected more oil than the official estimate of the spill size," he told The Associated Press.
He praised the makeshift cleanup efforts but said this year's shellfish harvest has been wiped out. Some Chinese environmental experts have said the oil spill's effects around Dalian, once named China's most livable city, will be felt for years.
Both Steiner and Greenpeace China warned their oil spill estimates could be 50 percent off because of the lack of information about the spill and expressed their frustration, putting "information transparency" at the top of their list of demands Friday.
"(The oil) could have spread to North Korea by now. As far as we know, nobody knows," Steiner told the press conference.
© 2010 The Associated Press.
Mich. oil 'tragedy of historic proportions' military leap?
Michigan's Kalamazoo River oil "spill," believed to be over one million gallons, is possibly leading the nation toward both tragedy and dictatorship with military powers of historic proportions under Obama's National Emergency he declared, now with American troops poised for urban duty and Canadian troops on 72-hour stand-by. This latest "spill" is possibly a military leap not for mankind, but for New World Order that it serves.
Why the delayed response?
Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm is "sharply criticizing efforts to contain the spill" and warning of a "tragedy of historic proportions" if oil reaches Lake Michigan, only some 80 miles downstream according to AP. The oil is almost half-way there. (Detroit News)
The United States remains under the National Emergency that President Obama declared after the government manipulated H1N1 swine flu ‘pandemic’ data, as Dr. Mercola and NVIC's Barbara Loe Fisher alerted Americans.
At any moment, under today's National Emergency, President Obama could dismiss certain regulations and much more, such quarantine large numbers of people. (See: Ron Paul address to Americans: National Emergency increases president powers, D. Dupre, Examiner, October 29, 2009)
U.S. combat troops were stationed on U.S. soil to "assist" with civilian vaccinations, Since the Gulf oil and Corexit poison operation began, the stated reason for U.S. troop active duty build-up in the Deep South and Costa Rica is to address drug traffic.
Oil gushing from the underground pipeline connecting the U.S. to Canada poses the new emergency health threat, one involving all life in the area, including human. It increases probability that presidential powers under the National Emergency will be used.
Warnings issued to Kalamazoo and surrounding area residents are that "this oil is highly toxic with benzene, a carcinogen, and to stay away from the water - the fumes are strong apparently - and not even to try to help wildlife," according to Kalamazoo resident, Dr. Joetta Carr.
Workers on the scene are very "tight-lipped" according to an Examiner reliable source there.
Time will soon tell whether the Michigan oil spill is yet another step towards U.S.-backed aim of New World Order through the Defence Department's Full Spectrum Dominance.
Copyright. Deborah Dupre. July 29, 2010. All rights reserved
blah, what jerks.

"The latest version of the CLEAR Act is slated for a floor vote in the House this week as Democrats look for ways to use the Gulf oil spill as a means to pass elements of their unpopular energy agenda.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) stripped out authorization for an independent investigation into the Gulf disaster.

The Natural Resources Committee unanimously passed the amendment in committee markup July 14 offered by Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) that would establish a bipartisan, independent, National Commission on Outer Continental Shelf Oil Spill Prevention.

House Republicans released bullets on the CLEAR Act this morning breaking down some of the measures included in the bill, including:

- Imposes job-killing changes and higher taxes for onshore natural gas and oil production. It fundamentally changes leasing onshore by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, which affects not just leasing for natural gas and oil, but also for renewable energy including wind and solar. Forest Service and BLM leasing are shoved into the three new agencies that are replacing the former Minerals Management Service (MMS).

- Creates over $30 billion in new mandatory spending for two programs that have nothing to do with the oil spill (the Land and Water Conservation Fund and the Historic Preservation Fund). In the version of the bill headed to the House floor, Democrats added brand new language that expressly allows this $30 billion to be earmarked by the Appropriations Committee.

- Raises taxes by over $22 billion in ten years – with the taxes eventually climbing to nearly $3 billion per year. This is a direct tax on natural gas and oil that will raise energy prices for American families and businesses, hurt domestic jobs, and increase our dependence on foreign oil. This tax only applies to U.S. oil and gas production on federal leases – giving an advantage to foreign oil and hurting American energy jobs.

- Requires the federal takeover of state authority to permit in state waters, which reverses sixty years of precedent. The mismanagement, corruption and oversight failures of the federal government are being used as justification to expand federal control by seizing management from the states.

- Allows 10% of all offshore revenues – an amount possibly as high as $500 million per year – to be spent on a new fund controlled by the Interior Secretary to issue ocean research grants (ORCA fund). There is no requirement that the fund is used for the Gulf region or anything related to oil spills or offshore drilling. These funds can be earmarked."

Louisiana Oil Well Blowout Prompts Evacuations, Could Take Weeks to Contain

"An out-of-control oil well in Louisiana’s Assumption Parish could continue gushing for six weeks, following a blowout last week. Last Wednesday’s blowout resulted in the evacuation of residents from six nearby homes and shut down a two-mile stretch of Louisiana highway 70, between Louisiana highways 1 and 996, according to a report on DailyComet.com.

The well is operated by Mantle Oil and Gas LLC of Friendswood, Texas. The blowout occurred last Wednesday, around 3:30 a.m. local time. No one was injured. The exploratory well, west of Paincourtville and located in a large sugar-cane tract, was in the process of being finished when the blowout occurred....

Crews tried twice to ignite the wellhead to stop the 200-foot geyser created by the accident, but that effort has been abandoned due to winds. Crews are now preparing to begin drilling a relief well that would allow crews to inject cement through a pipe to seal off the oil. According to DailyComet.com, the relief well could take six weeks to complete. It is hoped that drilling will start this week, but that is dependant on the weather....

Some residents have reported irritated eyes and noses, headaches and dizziness resulting from the well’s emissions, and 19 people have been treated for minor health issues related to the blowout, according to the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals. Residents continue to report an oily stench around the parish, and many have said their symptoms subside when they are away from the odor. "


So that makes...13...?

"GRAND ISLE, La. (AP) - An offshore petroleum platform exploded and was burning Thursday in the Gulf of Mexico about 80 miles off the Louisiana coast, west of the site where BP's undersea well spilled after a rig explosion.

The Coast Guard says no one was killed in the blast, which was reported by a commercial helicopter flying over the area Thursday morning. All 13 people aboard the rig have been accounted for, with one injury. The extent of the injury was not known.

Coast Guard Cmdr. Cheri Ben-Iesau said some of those from the rig were spotted in emergency flotation devices.

Seven Coast Guard helicopters, two airplanes and three cutters were dispatched to the scene from New Orleans, Houston and Mobile, Ala., Ben-Iesau said. She said authorities do not know whether oil was leaking from the site.

The Department of Homeland Security said the platform was in about 2,500 feet of water and owned by Mariner Energy of Houston. DHS said it was not producing oil and gas.

The Deepwater Horizon rig leased by BP was in about 5,000 feet of water when it exploded and sank in April, killing 11 workers and triggering a leak of about 206 million gallons of oil."


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