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What’s left of the Gulf of Mexico?

What is a body without a sharp mind but a numb lifeless mass? Although in appearance the Gulf of Mexico is still there, the fourth anniversary of the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill reveals a different reality. The Gulf as a whole has lost much of its engine of life. Perhaps it is fair to say it was stolen from it, and that no power structure in which citizens ...Read full article...

An Answer to Obama’s Claims on Iraq’s ‘Successful’ Intervention

By Asad Ismi PolicyAlternatives.ca April 4, 2014 On the 11th anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq (launched in March 2003), it is important to emphasize the true motives for this attack and occupation and its horrendously destructive impact that continues today. Both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars stem from the needs of U.S. and Western capitalism for resources and markets. Capitalism has inflicted war on most of humanity ...Read full article...

Beyond reasonable doubt Boston bombings were a staged inside job

This is not the first time that a false-flag attack to restrain civil liberties and constitutional rights is aided with fake images that the clueless masses are unable to distinguish as hoaxes. Fortunately, nowadays a group of highly informed people are enough to beat the gigantic well-oiled machine that drives the world of deception that surrounds us all. First of all, we offer our deepest heartfelt condolences and sympathies ...Read full article...

Oil Industry’s addiction to toxic dispersants costing everyone billions

A New Look at Oil Spill Response. An Analysis of the BP Macondo Spill Cleanup The Science & Technology Advisory Board of the Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization (LAEO) has just published a significant position paper entitled A Call for a Twenty-First-Century Solution in Oil Spill Response. Bringing energy industry professionals, inter-agency federal and state officials, and environmental interests together at the same table, the work brings forth an important ...Read full article...

Congolese war: A Struggle for Resources

On Monday the  5th of November 2012, Somaliland forces mounted an offensive against Khatumo state forces based in Hudun town. Hudun town is situated in the western parts of Sool province, in what was a relatively peaceful area of Northern Somalia. Pro Somaliland media outlets reported that “the skirmishes” were the result of elements who were trying to intimidate voters in the “local elections ” that was held ...Read full article...

EPA Accused of Violating the Clean Water Act

Costing Billions in Environmental Damage CEO Discusses Non-Toxic Oil Spill Cleanup Method on Fox Business Network, March 3 GULF RESCUE ALLIANCE | MARCH 2, 2013 In the wake of the ongoing civil trial with high stakes for BP over the 2010 Gulf oil spill, the OSEI Corporation Chairman puts a new slant on preventable devastation outlining how the oil giant could have saved billions in damages and Clean Water ...Read full article...

BP Banned From US Government Contracts

SKYNEWS | NOVEMBER 28, 2012 The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the US has temporarily suspended BP from new US government contracts. The ban stemmed from the British oil giant’s conduct regarding the blowout at its Deepwater Horizon rig which killed 11 workers in April 2010. It comes after the company agreed to plead guilty to charges over its part in the largest environmental disaster in US history, and to admit ...Read full article...

Mineral Management Service Colluded with BP in Oil Spill Disaster

By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | APRIL 30, 2012 A new chapter in the book of corporate-public collusion against the people has been written in regards to the British Petroleum Oil Spill disaster. Not only has the government denied citizens the possibility to clean the Gulf of Mexico, but it has also worked together with BP to hide the real cause of the spill, allowed the company to remain on ...Read full article...

BP Oil Spill Disaster: The Growing Emergency, the Unpunished Crime

Two years and many millions of gallons of oil later — and still counting –, the Gulf is in worse condition than it was weeks after the Deepwater Horizon platform exploded on April 20, 2012. By LUIS R. MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | APRIL 20, 2012 The worst man-made disaster in the history of modern society is still ongoing, and the criminals responsible for it continue to be ...Read full article...

Libya: Oil for Blood

By ADRIAN SALBUCHI | RT | APRIL 13, 2012 Last year NATO countries bombed Libya, demanding “democracy” in the country. But now it’s clear it was all about oil and it’s not like the Americans and Brits are going to be democratic about it, and share those spoils equally with France and Italy. So… oil giants Total from France and ENI from Italy are just going to have to ...Read full article...
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