Saturday, May 29, 2010

March or Die

The Corexit chemical dispersant has begun to come onto shore. The toxic poison still being dumped by the thousands of gallons per day is beginning to do its real duty, starting to kill of plant life on the coastline. Soon it will enter the fresh water rivers, tributaries and estuaries, and scientists predict it may creep as far as 150 miles inland from the coast. BP's high-tech "top-kill" strategy of pumping mud and golf balls into the well has "failed." These weeks have simply been a rotation of different methods never intended to work and stop the flooding oil, only to buy time with the media and people. After all, they're trying everything they can!!!

The concentration of hydrogen sulfide along a 100-mile stretch of the Gulf is already at 4-5%, depending on exactly where the reading is taken. At 20% scientists report that that hydrogen compound along with the oxygen in the air will become combustible. There's no way to tell whether the level will get anywhere close to that high, but if it does, lightning strikes could literally set the air near the ground on fire. And even if it doesn't, the H2S and the benzene and the other toxic chemicals released when the Corexit breaks down are enough to cause cancers in humans and large animals and straight-up kill small animals and all plant life with which it comes in contact.

There is absolutely no doubt at this juncture that this is a government operation, and they have done a remarkable job of using the media to keep the American people at bay. There are no protests by Sharpton, Hi-Jackson or Nagin like there were daily against Bush after Katrina hit. People need to wake up to the fact that, even if they didn't blow the well themselves, the government is not doing anything to fix it, and that is on purpose. After all, what did Rambo Emanuel say? Never let a crisis go to waste. It allows us to do things that we would not normally be able to do.

So FEMA has already sent evacuation plans to the states involved. In another week or two, as the concentration of Corexit reaching the shores rises, as the level of the intact chemical crawling up through the rivers rises, and when it finally begins to break down into the even more toxic chemicals, you will see people forced to march by the government. Not literally, of course, they will be driven in commandeered school buses to their friendly FEMA "shelters," all of which have triple fencing with razor wire on top. Sure they'll have nice cots and meals better than our troops are fed, but if you ask to leave, you'll be told that you must stay "for your safety."

Make no mistake about it -- this a beta test for large-scale FEMA evacuations and "housing." Katrina was the first beta, but they failed because of the refusal of local authorities to go along. Because that was just a bunch of water after the storm had passed. This is more cleverly designed -- if they can get the level of Corexit and its breakdown products high enough, the air will make it literally uninhabitable. People will have no choice but to leave. And who knows -- maybe for the photo ops they'll take down the fences before the sheople arrive. And when the cameras leave they'll put them back up. But I don't think they'll bother. The globalists have gone from denying everything publicly (while simultaneously writing everything they are planning in publicly available white papers) just admitting it right out in the open.

They are running scared because our awakening has been taking place at a logarithmic pace they never imagined was possible, in all of their arrogance. We've got the momentum, but they're going to push back hard. Unless I'm 100% wrong and this Deep Water Horizon crisis really was an accident, and the loving government is really doing everything it can (while not having a single Navy or Coast Guard vessel doing anything other than monitoring), this might be the make-or-break moment that will decide for them whether to go ahead with the full-on command and control police state or if they need to go back to the drawing board for another year or two.

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