Media Blackout On Gulf Oil

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James Fox is a documentary film maker. On June 10, 2010, Fox was interviewed on Mel Fabregas’ Veritas radio show while Fox was in Florida, near Grand Isle. What Fox said is most disturbing: BP is running the show in the Gulf coast and has imposed a complete media blackout.
Here are the notes I took from what Fox said:

I (Fox) could only get to within 5-10 miles from Grand Isle, but was barred from going to Grand Isle. There’s a complete media blackout: no freedom of the press. The airspace over the Gulf is closed so reporters can’t fly over to see how bad it is. They won’t allow any photography. Clamp down. BP’s taken over, although government must have some involvement in it.

Saw people taking pictures with cameras being arrested, but don’t know who’s actually doing the arresting. Overwhelming underlying feeling of secrecy. This is a huge disaster, the extent of which is much bigger than what we’ve been told.
People there are afraid to talk; look down at their feet when I ask them questions. Everyone’s highly suspicious. I felt like I was being watched everywhere I went. Freaks me out. Feels like a town under siege, getting ready for martial law.

Haven’t been able to see the coast. Will keep trying to get to the coast by driving out there like an ignorant tourist. Hope I won’t be arrested.

They’re not even letting fishermen go out into the Gulf. I was told the media isn’t even reporting one-tenth of what’s out there. The spill is much bigger than what they want us to believe. Possibility of massive relocation if it (spill) gets to the Gulf stream.
Feels like the oil company is running the whole government. It’s all shut down. Every single hotel room is full. It took me driving 2 hours in the middle of the night to get a hotel room within a 60-70 miles radius. Didn’t see any media or satellite vans.
Place is bustling with activity. Lots of lights, helicopters, big trucks, bulldozers. It was really spooky. The feeling I get from talking to people is that this is a lot worse. Biomedical Inc. flew over an oil plume a week ago that’s 20 miles long and a mile wide.


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    its so sad to see what greed has caused…if not fixed soon it could be the beginning of the end of the humanity and animals..they have blood on their hands already and if not fixed they will have more..for what..greed of the almighty dollar..this makes this family and others sick…they have billions of dollars they can do something if they wanted to..its suppose to peace on earth not destruction on earth…this is a very sad and preventiable situation that has accident without a plan..come on..its their mistakes not our but we have to pay for..our poor young generations what they have to look forward to..god be with us all..say a prayer

  2. if what this guy is saying is true,which I imagine it is,it is plain B.S.-I can see the stress in Bobby Jindahl’s face, the fraud is totally incompetent,he just doesn’t want people to know just how incompetent. Come on reporters,get in there and do your jobs! I am 100% convinced this was not an accident. The fraud knows,who and what and why.

  3. 1 Timothy 6:10 from the King James Bible:
    For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
    Genesis 9:11 from the King James Bible:
    And I will establish my covenant with you, neither shall all flesh be cut off any more by the waters of a flood; neither shall there any more be a flood to destroy the earth.
    Thoughts anyone?

    • And for left/libtards too… look how generous they are taking and redistributing everybody else’s money so they can make themselves feel generous. (May not be greed exactly, but sure is a lust for money and un-Godly.)

  4. Michael Moore is a “documentary” filmmaker as well. I was wondering today what his next film might be about. I think I have an idea.

    “Scott” is also a hypocrite because he chastised “Anonymous” for being partisan, but “Scott” blames the BP Gulf oil disaster on the Bush administration.
    “Scott” is forever banned from posting on the Fellowship.


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