Saturday, July 10, 2010

SATURDAY july 10 2010
watching out for any news in any way, regarding EVACUATION and EXPLOSIVE possibility.
we live 500 miles from the gulf of mexico-wondering if we need to pull back, get up north, im so confused as for what to do.

RELIEF WELL 100% FAIL - It will only increase oil flow,,,
~ This is why there is news about a better cap being placed. It is damage control when they decide to announce the Relief Well will fail~

Breaking News

Britain prepares for the collapse of BPThe Australian

THE British government is drawing up contingency plans for a possible collapse of BP.

This is amid mounting fears that the oil giant could be broken up or taken over in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster.

The talks, which are being led by officials at the Department for Business and the Treasury, reflect growing concern within Whitehall about the implications that a corporate failure of BP, formerly Britain's biggest company, would have on British interests domestically and around the world.

BP, whose value has more than halved since the April 20 accident, has liabilities of up to $US70 billion ($84bn), according to estimates by Goldman Sachs.

The company employs 10,105 British staff directly and generated tax receipts of pound stg. 5.8bn ($10bn) in 2009

Posted on July 8, 2010
Under the guise of the “war on drugs” the U.S. Military is evacuating its ships and hardware from the Gulf of Mexico to safety off the sheltered coast of Costa Rica.

The “war on drugs” cover story is laughable being that we can’t even get that level of engagement on our border with Mexico where all the drugs come through.

The Navy is obviously worried about either poison from the methane/corexit 9500 mix or a massive methane explosion/tsunami. A tsunami fits with the NOAA blackout of the U.S. tsunami warning system. It also explains why BP is not actively cleaning up the oil on the beaches. Why clean them up if they are going to be gone.

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