The Gulf Oil Spill with Jesse Ventura

The BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has led to devastation along Louisiana’s coast and in its fishing and tourism industries. But was it deliberate? Jesse Ventura leads his team into the bayou where they investigate claims of a plot to depopulate Louisiana and turn it into America’s refinery. At the core: the government’s alleged secret, multi-billion dollar depopulation program that began in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and was kicked into Phase Two with the oil rig blast.

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BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop Current

Global Consequences if Current Fails to Reorganize – BP Oil Spill Stalls Gulf Loop CurrentOceanographic satellite data now shows that the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico has stalled as a consequence of the BP oil spill disaster. This according to Dr. Gianluigi Zangari, an Italian theoretical physicist, and major complex and chaotic systems analyst at the Frascati National Laboratories in Italy.

He further notes that the effects of this stall have also begun to spread to the Gulf Stream. This is because the Loop Current is a crucial element of the Gulf Stream itself and why it is commonly referred to as the “main engine” of the Stream.

The concern now, is whether or not natural processes can re-establish the stalled Loop Current. If not, we could begin to see global crop failures as early as 2011.

JOURNALISM, WHAT CAN I SAY!!! I just have to add a quote from the “news” of the Norwegian weather forecast site called “”. The article is about the cold that strikes Europe as well as the US.

It reminds me of “The day after tomorrow” – the movie where the United States froze to ice in a flash because the warm Gulf Stream stopped. Fortunately, only on film that such things happen.Check out the article!

Lindsey Williams on The Oil Spill catastrophe – Jeff Rense 23/06/2010

Lindsey Williams on The Oil Spill catastrophe – Jeff Rense 23/06/2010. Length: 38:43

Two versions of BP gulf oil gusher advertisement. First one is their version, showing pristine beaches with a couple of tar balls, and clean workers joining in to make everything right in a jiffy.

As the BP oil spill enters its 78th day, cleanup crews across the Gulf Coast are working to try and remove what they can of the expanding oil slick. And many of them are getting sick doing it. A growing number of cleanup workers have reported suffering flu-like symptoms including headaches, dizziness, fatigue, nausea and problems with memory and concentration. We speak with a Louisiana chemist who testified before Congress to call for greater worker protections and a former general foreman of the cleanup crews of the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill. Published with written permission from Provided to you under Democracy NOW! creative commons license. Credits for this video belongs to, an independent non-profit user funded news media, recognized and broadcast world wide.

Senate Democrats today (June 30, 2010) asked unanimous consent to pass legislation that would give the BP Oil Spill Commission [sounds like the 911 commission??] the subpoena power it needs to do its job. “Frankly, it’s time we have a vote after so many Republican objections to this commonsense legislation,” said Sen. Robert Menendez. “[This bill] asserts that we want to protect those families, taxpayers, not oil company profits.”

We are looking forward to the first real documentary showing how this “oil spill” was orchestrated by the ones who orchestrate.