Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill
Many Unanswered Questions
Please Pass the Constitution
If there is any left...
August 20, 2010
It's been a little over two and half months since our first State of the World Address/Speech on Memorial Day, 2010. The speech was regarding the obsolesce of fossil fuel and how our dependency on brontosaurus fuel was the root cause of the greed and pillaging of our fragile planet.
Very fragile planet.
Unfortunately, the crisis in the Gulf of Mexico, including the spilled oil, the toxic gases, the alleged dispersants sprayed and all the trimmings, have all provided a sickening example validating our concerns.
We all lost on this one. However, at this juncture, the single most import issue facing all of us is the chance it could happen again. The variables still exist for more disaster and the situation is anything but under control.
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Please Help Us
In the name of decency, will some of you honest, hard working people that have quality intelligence information regarding this historic and life threatening fiasco PLEASE report it to us? We need your help!
Where is Harry Houdini?
There is definitely something “disappearing” from the Gulf oil spill, but it surely isn't the physical oil. What is “disappearing” or “evaporating” from the Gulf of Mexico is our constitutional rights, lost taxpayer revenue from fines that have been illegally circumvented and a clean safe environment.
Questions We All Need to Ask
Let's cut to the chase. Here are a few questions the Financial Police® think are mission critical.
- Was/is it a crime scene?
- Exactly what was sprayed from all the airplanes?
- Why is Mexico so complacent?
Keep in mind, we are focusing on the obvious.
Was it a Crime Scene?
This is a huge question. It branches into a few highly important sub questions following as well. We now focus on the obvious and explore if it is/was a crime scene or if it isn't/was not.
It can't be both.
Assume wasn't / isn't a Crime Scene
If the Gulf of Mexico oil spill region wasn't/isn't a crime scene, why allow a foreign company, or anyone for that matter, to deny law abiding taxpayers constitutional rights and allow/assist a foreign company to impose some form of martial law? I don't care how anyone sugar coats it, denial/suspension of Citizens' constitutional rights in a no crime scene environment has got to be unconstitutional and illegal not to mention completely unacceptable.
Furthermore, the fact our government allowed/assisted a foreign company to do this on United States soil leaves a lot for the current administration to answer for.
I somehow recall we have the constitutional right to take pictures, publish investigative journalism without the threat of fines and incarceration, ask public officials questions, walk on public beaches without being assaulted, bullied or thwarted and to fly over the ocean to see some wild life, for example. These are our constitutional rights and that public property belongs to every single legal US Citizen. Period.
Besides the potentially unconstitutional thrashing and thwarting of legal US Citizens, the rabbit hole gets deeper. The entire process of properly auditing dead animals to accurately access fines magically “disappeared.” We will discuss this in the next following scenario.
Assume was / is a Crime Scene
Excuse the pun, but anyone reading this that has a weak constitution please be advised.
First, let's state the obvious.
If the Gulf of Mexico oil spill region was/is a crime scene, allowing the perpetrator of the crime to control the crime scene is both illegal and gross negligence of historic proportion. I also read somewhere this is called a conflict of interest.
Since BP was allowed/assisted to control the crime scene they were provided the opportunity and the tools required to tamper with crime scene evidence. There is evidence and intelligence chatter suggesting BP used the cover of an unconstitutional denial/suspension of US Citizens constitutional rights to harvest and destroy evidence (dead animals) in a covert manner and operation.
If true, all parties involved helped illegally evade possible billions of dollars worth of fines that belong to the United States taxpayers!
Under the cover imposed by some highly questionable form of martial law, key and crucial evidence, such as the bodies of dead animals, is now a question mark and difficult to quantify because it appears the evidence has been harvested and destroyed. The Financial Police® is very concerned that a very large sum of money, that would have been used to offset the taxpayer loses, has “disappeared.”
As a result, the opportunity cost of forfeiting this revenue from fines leaves the taxpayer burdened with massive future liabilities. For example, the fines for killing animals in an event such as an oil spill can be very costly, especially if the dead beasty is on the endangered species list. At that point, it is a much as $50,000 per dead animal!
Once again, punish the innocent bystander “John Q. Public.”
Once again, tiptoe through the toxins.
Where are the Charges?
This is another disturbing question presuming it was/is a crime scene. In the famous putting scene with Ted Knight in the movie Caddyshack, I quote judge Smails “Well...we're waiting!”
Any law abiding, taxpaying, legal United States Citizen, caught tampering with any crime scene, let alone their own, would be charged with a whole slew of crimes and be subject to the court system and due process of law including some form of cease and desist, possible trial, incarceration etc.
To Audit, or Not to Audit
If all this doesn't make you sick enough just think of how many unemployed CPA's would have been available to audit and count dead animals. In this economy I bet we could find a few. We could have even paid them on commission and given them incentive to count accurately.
Is that a Bag in Your Hand?
The bottom line is no matter how you look at it, crime scene or not, it was/is gross negligence of historic proportion and “John Q. Public,” the innocent victim, is once again “left holding the bag” while the perpetrators are “high fiving” and eating more lobster dinners (imported using expensive overnight mail from Australia no less) with the taxpayers money!
Hey! This is Bass Ackwards!
The exact polar opposite of what happened should have happened! It should have been BP's rights and access that should have been IMMEDIATELY denied/controlled, not the law abiding, taxpaying legal US Citizens!
Exactly what was Sprayed?
There has been so much disinformation and lies regarding the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill we cannot believe 99% of what we see in main stream media. Everybody seems to argue over how much Corexit 95xx was sprayed, or introduced below sea level, to the Gulf of Mexico.
The question that everyone should be asking is exactly what was sprayed? We have no idea what was really sprayed! All their credibility has “evaporated” at this point. I will speak for myself and honestly admit I haven't a clue what they sprayed.
Irony of “Corexit”
I don't know who gave Gunk engine degreaser times 1000 a name that suggests it “corrects it.”
Mexico sure is quiet. To put it in perspective, the Gulf was named after Mexico. They were here first I think, and at one time, it was their Gulf. I always thought it was very kind and considerate of the Mexican people to share the Gulf with us. Mighty neighborly of them.
So, their next door neighbor, the USA, just allowed/assisted in the dumping of massive toxic chemicals into their back yard. That would generally be of concern considering the proximity. I have seen next door neighbors have complete breakdowns and commence to feuding because the neighbors Labrador retriever took a dump in their yard. Here we have an entire irreplacible ecosystem turned into a kill zone and we don't even hear a polite “no thank you.”
God love the Mexican people for being so forgiving!
Matt Simmons Death
The Financial Police® want to extend their condolences to the family of Matt Simmons. He was presumably found dead, August 8, in his hot tub at the young age of 67. For those of you that do not know his name, I encourage you to do some Googling.
Mr. Simmons was founder of Simmons & Company International in 1974, a boutique energy investment bank. He knew some key people in both the oil business and in the Government. He once advised President George W. Bush on energy issues.
Most recently he was the chairman and president of the Ocean Energy Institute, a research group and venture capital fund that he founded (2007) in Maine that specializes in offshore renewable energy.
He was outspoken on the BP Gulf oil spill and was more than qualified to do so. Let's all remember his courage and the personal sacrifices he made to speak from his heart.
Director of the Financial Police®
August 20, 2010