Thursday, August 26, 2010

Cameron on the Cameras

I personally dislike James Cameron but he is a master filmmaker. He is also angry at BP, as we all should be, for their criminal program of stalling the cleanup of the Gulf of Mexico and hiding the oil with dispersants. And he has called them out on their lack of transparency, their control of 100% of the information coming out of that region:

But Cameron said the the oil giant has been running roughshod over the EPA, Coast Guard and scientific experts since the early days of the largest environmental disaster in U.S. history. He points to the use of the toxic dispersant, Corexit - BP says it weighed the risks and had government approval - and the company's blockade of outside inspection of the wellhead site.

"It's a bit like having the bank robbers run the video surveillance of the vault," says Cameron. . .

"[The world is in worse shape] than anything I dreamed up for 'The Terminator,'" said Cameron, referring to his 1984 post-Apocalyptic thriller. "I should make a new 'Terminator'-like movie where someone travels back in time to warn us before it's too late."

1 comment:

  1. The united kingdom should be renained united police state