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From Phil Segrave [psegrave@yadtel.net]
July 23, 2010
'...And according to direct witness testimony, BP knew about the cracks in the drill casing of the Deepwater Horizon oil casing two weeks before the blow out?

Did you know that as many as eight fireboats shot, "10,000 to 50,000 gallons of seawater onto the [Deepwater Horizon] rig per minute," according to a complaint filed in federal court in New Orleans. That was how the rig was flooded, destabilizing it, causing it to tip over and sink. The piping then broke and the well really began spewing oil and gas.

Goldman Sachs, the Monetary Cartel's main investment bank in the US, sold close to half their BP holdings just prior to the Gulf blowout, earning over $250 million on the transactions.

Another Cartel mega-corporation ¬ the Halliburton gang (of Dick Cheney infamy) - apparently also loaded with psychic powers, bought an oil spill clean up company (Boots n Coots) just before the Gulf blowout.

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal wanted to build barriers to protect his state's coasts, but US federal regulators prevented him from doing so, while "No Drama Obama" looked the other way.

After the blowout, BP sealed off the entire Gulf Coast region, with the help of the US Coast Guard, local police, and private contractors, thus denying all media access, except for the photo-ops orchestrated by BP.

BP took full control of all information released from the Gulf, leaving independent scientists and researchers no way of verifying the data released by the oil company...'

To read the article:

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


From Phil Segrave [psegrave@yadtel.net]
July 23, 2010
Experts: Health Hazards in Gulf Warrant Evacuations
http://www.truth-out.org/toxic-dispersants-causing-widespread-illness61604
George Barisich has been a fisherman in New Orleans for over 40 years. Some experts are concerned that toxic chemicals being used to help clean up the oil spill in the Gulf are seriously endangering the health of those living near the water. (Photo: bbcworldservice / Flickr)
When Louisiana residents ask marine toxicologist and community activist Riki Ott what she would do if she lived in the Gulf with children, she tells them she would leave immediately. "It's that bad. We need to start talking about who's going to pay for evacuations."
In 1989, Ott, who lives in Cordova, Alaska, experienced firsthand the devastating effects of the Exxon Valdex oil disaster. For the past two months, she's been traveling back and forth between Louisiana and Florida to gather information about what's really happening and share the lessons she learned about long-term illnesses and deaths of cleanup workers and residents. In late May, she began meeting people in the Gulf with symptoms like headaches, dizziness, sore throats, burning eyes, rashes and blisters that are do deep, they're leaving scars. People are asking, "What's happening to me?"
She says the culprit is almost two million gallons of Corexit, the dispersant BP is using to break up and hide the oil below the ocean's surface. "It's an industrial solvent. It's a degreaser. It's chewing up boat engines off-shore. It's chewing up dive gear on-shore. Of course it's chewing up people's skin. The doctors are saying the solvents are making the oil worse."


From Phil Segrave [psegrave@yadtel.net]
July 23, 2010
The international bankers want to pass a world carbon tax to discourage manmade global warming. They may try to use the record breaking heat summer season in the northern hemisphere as an example they are right about climate change. However, if there is a counter balancing colder than usual winter down south, their argument will not hold.

Not that one year will make a difference either way, but they push their agenda by trying to psychologically persuade people to go along with their fraudelent tax. This 'tax' will evolve into higher gas prices everywhere.

A red flag is the lack of news up here about the big freeze down south.

Let me know if you have anymore info on this. Thank you for the reply.

Phil

People around the NSW country side on early morning talkback are reporting that its the coldest winter for a long time. We don’t usually get many frosts where I live on the Mid North Coast of NSW as is on the coast and classified sub tropical – but its been colder than last winter, although a lot wetter. Its definitely not warmer than previous winters and have had probably 6 frosts which is about normal.
Our summer was very hot, humid and long...but it usually is – and not in a hurry for that to happen too soon.
I would say in the inland areas and down south where our daughter lives there are reports of bitterly cold weather, maybe not on the scale of South America – we only ever get snow in Australia on the great Dividing range and at the Snowy mountains the rest of the whole continent almost never has snow and thats the majority.
Will have to ask about with some of the older people .
Best wishes therese


From Phil Segrave [psegrave@yadtel.net]
July 22, 2010
Good idea. I thought the first David Dees money bomb had his art as attachments, but after I sent it I discovered it did not so here are the links. I strongly urge everyone to support David Dees art. He has sacrifice a very lucrative career for the cause of freedom for you and me. Because of the political nature of his work, he has been black listed from paying jobs. Also, he waives intellectual property rights for others who use his material noncommercially.

Please view these links:

http://rense.com/1.mpicons/deesA1.htm
http://rense.com/1.mpicons/deesA2.htm

David Dees art represents the ironic truth regarding those who falsely pose as the cause of freedoms benefactors.

Phil


From Gordon
July 19, 2010
CIA enlists Google's help for spy work
http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/article3652494.ece

Google has been recruited by US intelligence agencies to help them better process and share information they gather about suspects.

Agencies such as the National Security Agency have bought servers on which Google-supplied search technology is used to process information gathered by networks of spies around the world.

Google is also providing the search features for a Wikipedia-style site, called Intellipedia, on which agents post information about their targets that can be accessed and appended by colleagues, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

The contracts are just a number that have been entered into by Google's 'federal government sales team', that aims to expand the company's reach beyond its core consumer and enterprise operations.

In the most innovative service, for which Google equipment provides the core search technology, agents are encouraged to post intelligence information on a secure forum, which other spies are free to read, edit, and tag - like the online encyclopedia Wikipedia.

Depending on their clearance, agents can log on to Intellipedia and gain access to three levels of info - top secret, secret and sensitive, and sensitive but unclassified. So far 37,000 users have established accounts on the service, and the database now extends to 35,000 articles, according to Sean Dennehy, chief of Intellipedia development for the CIA.

"Each analyst, for lack of a better term, has a shoe box with their knowledge," Mr Dennehy was quoted as saying. "They maintained it in a shared drive or Word document, but we're encouraging them to move those platforms so that everyone can benefit."

The collection of articles is hosted by the director of national intelligence, Mike McConnell, and is available only to the CIA, the FBI, the National Security Agency, and other intelligence agencies.

Google's search technology usually rates a website's importance by measuring the number of other sites that link to it - a method that is more problematic in a 'closed' network used by a limited numbr of people. In the case of Intellipedia, pages become more prominent depending on how they are tagged or added to by other contributors.

As well as working with the intelligence agencies, Google also provides services to other US public sector organisations, including the Coast Guard, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.

Often, the contract is for something as simple as conducting earch within an organisation's own database, but in the case of the Coast Guard, Google also provides a more advanced version of its satellite mapping tool Google Earth, which ships use to navigate more safely.

There is no dedicated team promoting sales of Google products to the British Government, but a Google spokesperson said the company did target public sector organisations such as councils, schools and universities through the team that run AdWords, its internet advertising platform.


From Phil Segrave [psegrave@yadtel.net]
July 18, 2010
...'The orchestrated spectacle of violence and destruction has at least three main functions or effects: it diverts attention away from the G8/G20 and any discussion on how they serve to plunder and exploit the world’s resources, peoples and economies (the very issues raised by protestors); it serves to demonize demonstrators and delegitimize much-needed dissent and protest against global capitalism and its aforementioned devastation and; it serves to justify the billion dollar security bill that Harper put on the Canadian people.'...

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=20110


From Phil Segrave [psegrave@yadtel.net]
July 18, 2010
http://www.fourwinds10.com/siterun_data/business/currency/money/news.php?q=1279348108

Clint Guidry is a shrimper from Lafitte, Louisiana. As we sit together, he shows me a picture of his house with 18 inches of water in it as a result of Hurricane Ike in 2008.

In his deep voice, he looks me in the eye and says, “My fear is repeating this situation, but with this water with oil on top of it.”

Guidry represents all the shrimpers in Louisiana, given that he is the Shrimp Harvester Representative on the Louisiana Shrimp Task Force that was created by the state’s governor.

Prior to this fishing season, he, like the rest of Louisiana’s fishermen, was excited for good season, with the price of shrimp per pound finally weighing more in their favor.

“We were primed for a great season,” Guidry says, “And it all got taken away.”

Unlike most fishermen who’ve had their livelihoods decimated by BP’s oil disaster, Guidry has chosen not to work for BP doing skimming and booming operations with his boat.

“I worked for Brown and Root in the oil industry,” Guidry informs, “I know the dangers of oil and chemicals, so there’s no way I’m going to go work out in this stuff. Instead, I’m trying to help make sure BP is paying people, and being safe. But I’m not accomplishing either one yet.”

Guidry is incensed at what he is seeing.

“There has been a BP cover-up from day one,” he says, as I write furiously in my notepad, trying to keep up, “The US Government, OSHA [Occupational Safety and Health Administration], the Coast Guard, NIOSH [National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health], all of them are in on it.”


From Dee Nicholson [dnicholson@yaknet.ca]
July 18, 2010
The poll IS still open, and it is running TWO TO ONE AGAINST SPENDING THE MONEY... As EXPECTED!!! Imagine... spending all that on weapons of DEATH while people are having trouble LIVING....
Keep pounding it... call your MP's office.... register your opinion....

--- On Sun, 7/18/10, Jillian Skeet <
I'm not sure if the poll is still open as I voted on Saturday. If so, I hope you will go and vote against our government committing 9 billion to fighter jets. This should be opposed anytime but especially at a time when Harper has just committed to (at the G20) cutting our deficit by half.

Please help to let the government know that this kind of expenditure is unacceptable and unnecessary. If they have 9 billion to throw away, let's tell them the millions of useful ways they could direct this funding.

>
> http://www.cbc.ca/politics/insidepolitics/2010/07/question-of-the-day-152.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter


From Dee Nicholson [dnicholson@yaknet.ca]
July 18, 2010
Planning a trip? Best avoid Alabama and Gulf Coast Florida....

http://breakfornews.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=65419#65419



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