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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

NEW Oil Spill in Alaska Raises Troubling Questions--Are We Under Attack?

The mainstream media is basically ignoring a new oil spill at the Alaska pipeline, part of which is owned by BP.

This raises the question that I asked immediately after the Gulf oil spill--are we under attack?  And who is behind it?  Too many coincidences exist in this for there to be no investigation.

My good friend and blogger, JoAnne Moretti, has a very interesting post on this issue.

She says, in part:
Now that in itself is suspicious. They say a series of mishaps, routine tests, power failure, etc. Anyone who knows even a bit about these operations knows they have emergency generators as back-up in a power failure.
Add this to the other "Mishaps" and you will see a story unfold right before your eyes.
You all know about the Gulf oil disaster.
That had to have been attacked at least twice and they can shut that off any time they want. There is safety valves placed at measured distances apart to stop a flow.
Think about that accident for a minute. The Horizon is built on two huge Pontunes. The employees reported two explosions. Why did that sink? If one pontoon was destroyed, the other would still float.
Right after the rig sank, CBS and the US Coast Guard did a joint report with video from a sub as evidence there was no spill. They made a big deal out of telling us a crisis was averted.
Go and read the whole thing.  Eye-opening!


Rev. Paul said...

The leak at the Delta Junction pump station is contained, and has slowed to about five gallons/minute, or less. But that's not the point.

As you correctly pointed out, the "power failure" shouldn't have happened in the first place.

Notwithstanding, BP's facilities have been responsible for several leaks on the North Slope in the last couple of years. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline is operated by Alyeska, a consortium formed by the oil companies.

Conspiracy? Attack? Both? None? It's going to be interesting, no matter WHAT turns up.

Welshman said...

Glad to hear that particular spill is coming under control. I dunno what is going on, but the coincidences are simply too many to ignore. But then again, it may be nothing. We will see.