Monday, July 19, 2010

TELL LIES AND FEED THEM CANDY

While the corporate media entities manipulate consumers, exercise a virtual monopoly on the flow of information, rewrite history to suit political agendas, unduly influence the outcome of elections, and perform a myriad of other tasks to advance the interests of those in power, the holographic image of the United States as a benevolent beacon of democracy they work so tirelessly to etch into people's minds is beginning to fade.

The catastrophic BP oil eruption is much worse than we were being told and the grave situation may prove to be impossible to Stop.

Now that the wellhead is capped new seeps in the sea floor are getting worse by the day and it is already too late to do anything about it. Oil is now leaking up from cracks in the seabed itself, because the well and the surrounding rock formations are fractured deep under the sea floor. That means that whole oil field, theoretically, may be leaking out of the cracks in the ocean floor. At this point no matter how they attempt to “plug” the BP hole. The enormous back pressure caused by the capping procedure made it much worse. If we are lucky the whole thing won’t blow like a super-volcano. However there is no“luck” when Greed and Corruption come out to play. This criminal act should have never of happened, for this atrocious affair has ended up so tragically; it will be affecting the entire world for many years to come.







The only true religion is LOVE.

"Your thought advocates Judaism, Brahmanism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. In my thought there is only one universal religion, whose varied paths are but the fingers of the loving hand of the Supreme Being. I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church. For you and I are sons of one religion, and it is the spirit." ~Kahlil Gibran

1 comment:

Denny Lyon said...

So very true about the mind candy spewing from politicians these days. I'm a Louisiana blogger and have been with this BP oil spill story from the beginning. BTW, there are also 29,000 aging oil wells in the Gulf, many temporarily capped as long as 60 years ago. Isn't that just a sweet scenario waiting to ambush us? And this White House wonders why I keep fussing at them to stand up to Big Business. :) Thank you for your post about this issue as it is much appreciated on the Gulf coast.

Peace and Joy to you, Denny