English: PENSACOLA, Fla. (April 30, 2010) Contract employees with BP America, Inc. load an oil containment boom onto a work boat at Naval Air Station Pensacola to assist in oil recovery efforts from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Deepwater Horizon was an ultra-deepwater oil rig that sank April 22, causing a massive oil spill threatening the U.S. Gulf Coast. (U.S. Navy photo by Patrick Nichols/Released) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Map of northern part of Gulf of Mexico. Major physiogeograaphic features of the northern part of Gulf of Mexico outer continental shelf. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Democratic version of Look away! (Photo credit: Norm Walsh)
New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood" Protest, Jackson Square. Protest against the great oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. "Take Back the Gulf". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Air force C-130 airplane spraying chemical dispersants on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill in May 2010 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The U.S. Navy is well equipped to have significantly lowered the amount of damage that is taking place
in the Gulf of Mexico. But, why would the Barack Obama administration essentially "veto" the use of the
U.S. Navy to prevent ecocide in the Gulf of Mexico?
Why has the U.S. Navy been held back from using its sophisticated technology that is at its disposal
to protect vital Gulf Oil spill? What I propose to you is that these oil spills are intentional, and they
are being done by the oil companies themselves, not to create "False flags," but to kill off the local
Wired reports on drone strike app that is repeatedly rejected by Apple
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