View Full Version : Is the BP oil spill a charade?
30th June 2010, 18:08
Take a look at this 'disclosure' video and see what you think.
Unfortunately, the video ends abruptly,but you'll get the gist.
It's from a survivalist web blog, so take it for what it is.
Does anyone have an inside straight on this?
It is hard to believe that BP would do this, willfully jeopardizing the entire operation
and its crew. Is it all a hoax or is this video/story a hoaxer?
I say the latter. What do you think?
Here's the SHTF411.com web blog page (let your computer read it to you):
30th June 2010, 18:18
Hi, Jimmer -
This is being discussed here:
and also here (partially related)
I also answered a similar question myself here...
Mostly for Bill, or opinions of others w/knowledge of geology of Gulf sea floor: The below referenced site claims this is an underground asphalt volcano, whose flow will easily be corrected when they desire & the main reason for the problem was to spray corexit to cull the population. (which fits in w/the Anglo Saxon Mission) My question is not so much if they did it on purpose or not (I have my opinion on that), but I'm questioning the asphalt volcano theory because right along I've been questioning these tar balls.
In the forum post you referenced, the member writes
I cannot reveal my sources, they do go straight to the top, but hopefully what I write will echo inside of each person reading this as the truth.
"My sources go straight to the top?" This is loose, generalized nonsense, written by someone trying to impress.
Avalon and Camelot sources do NOT "go straight to the top" (they never do). If I ever wrote something as woolly as that, I'd expect people to question me hard.
My position at the moment is that this is the theory of the person who wrote the post, and he's seeking to bolster it by inventing a source.
He may or may not have interesting information to consider, but by pretending that he's heard it from an insider he discredits himself.
I'm closing this new thread so things don't get more confusing... but you're more than welcome to copy your post on one of the three existing threads above. Thanks again for your contribution.
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