Controlled media blackout underway as Gulf oil spill crisis ensues
June 25, 2010
From staged press events and photo shoots to private security forces, the controlled media’s engine is revving into overdrive. The Intel Hub has confirmed reports that there has been staged press meetings and staged photo/video shoots in and around the Gulf coast region. It is also confirmed that workers have been stopped from communicating with the press by private security forces. . . There is plenty of evidence and witness reports to back up just how bad this situation really is. BP is refusing to issue workers protective masks. Inhalation and exposure to the oil, gases and the chemical Corexit could become a deadly combo. Keep in mind all of the workers on the Exxon Valdez are dead from exposure to such toxins. The average life span of the Valdez workers was 53 years of age. . . To make matters worse there are reports circulating that the CIA front company Evergreen Air has not only been spraying the population by the cover of night; but rather they are spraying Corexit over workers during the day.
Emergency Evacuation of US Gulf Coast Imminent?
June 25, 2010
When the first reports broke, multiple websites were attacked for reporting on an imminent evacuation and now, a month later, this possibility is widely accepted. The Washington Post has even quoted Matt Simmons as saying, “20 million to be evacuated.”
Washington Post – Matt Simmons says 20 million people to be evacuated
June 24, 2010
Over the last few weeks, the mainstream media has slowly opened up to the possibility of the evacuation of the Gulf. The army has openly admitted that the National Guard is there in order to help with possible evacuations and now we have the Washington Post running an article that states, “20 million to be evacuated.”
Each day, another way to define worst-case for oil spill
Washington Post – June 23, 2010
An enduring feature of the gulf oil spill is that, even when you think you’ve heard the worst-case scenario, there’s always another that’s even more dire. . . “We’re going to have to evacuate the gulf states,” said Matt Simmons, founder of Simmons and Co., an oil investment firm and, since the April 20 blowout, the unflagging source of end-of-the-world predictions. “Can you imagine evacuating 20 million people? . . . This story is 80 times worse than I thought.”