They lied about what happened on 9/11/2001. They lied about the need to make war on Iraq. They lied about the reasons they started bombing Afghanistan.
So I guess we should not be surprised that they have lied every day about the profound defacement using an out-of-control oil well to destroy the Gulf of Mexico.
But now the lies are beginning to catch up with them. Even the dullest of American minds is beginning to understand that the so-called facts being spouted by the corporate-kept, Jewish-owned mainstream media are becoming more preposterous.
Most Americans can’t comprehend the technological terms that have been used throughout this ugly episode of lying by almost everyone involved – the U.S. government, British Petroleum, and the major media.
But fortunately, experts are stepping forward. Mainstream media have pretty much ignored the claims recently made by oil industry insider Matt Simmons that the main leak of the so-called volcano was not the device so often pictured on network TV, because the diameter of that pipe was not large enough to account for the volume of oil observed in the Gulf by satellites of the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration.
The best CNN could do July 19 was to report that government and BP spokespeople were admitting that other leaks in the seafloor were appearing in other locations than the so-called riser pipe, perhaps as a way to deflect attention from Simmons’ assessment that officials were covering up both the location and the volume of the main leak that has now poisoned the entire Gulf of Mexico.
But now geologist Chris Landau has blown the lid off the whole tragic charade that has been cynically carried on by BP, President Obama and the various functionaries who have been paraded before the cameras to parrot oil industry misinformation.
Landau, who has been critically commenting on the whole sorry episode throughout this 3-month ordeal that threatens the health of the entire world, has enumerated a whole list of reasons as to why the government’s story cannot possibly be true.
The most egregious lie, according to this veteran oil industry watcher, is the constant images put forth on television which show a pipe burbling some substance into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It looks like an overworked water bubbler in a public park, emitting a substance of changing colors that floats with a moderately effervescent turbulence toward the surface.
However, news reports have quoted various BP and government officials as saying that extreme pressures from the wellhead are what caused the oil rig to explode and the leak to remain unplugged for three months.
Landau isn’t believing any of it.
“I have worked with air, steam, and hydraulic leaks up to the 4,500 PSI (pounds per square inch) range,” Landau wrote. “They were claiming wellhead pressures of up to 70,000 to 100,000 pounds per square inch.
Now, they are claiming pressures of 6.5-7K PSI.”
Landau writes: “From personal observations, I can tell you that 600 PSI, it’ll cut you in half. Hydraulic fluid at 3,000 PSI vaporizes when a line bursts.
“Now, can you correlate those facts with the images being shown on MSM of a lazy burbling fountain of oil lazily coming out of a 14″ diameter pipe, when the pressure indications would indicate something in the nature of a Saturn rocket booster engine?”
He said the oil leak, if they’re claiming 100,000 pounds per square inch as the reason for the disaster, should look like the most colossal rocket engine exhaust we have ever sent into space!!!
Is this not more verification of what oil expert Matt Simmons said is “the biggest lie of all time”?
And that’s not all.
“The video of the pressure gauges is interesting,” Landau writes, adding “not for what the gauge itself reads, but for the fact that crush depth for a modern nuclear submarine is somewhere around 1,200 ft.
“How do they keep the gauges from crushing in at 5,000 feet?” he asks, fuming.
And if all that’s not bad enough, Landau notes:
“Since when do you have a blue background in videos taken at 5,000 feet? Some shown have had them.”
Is this not proof positive that the whole pathetic presentation by BP and the U.S. government is a pathetic hoax? Yet who in that sorry day and age, can arrest our own criminal government, which is not only waging unjust wars against innocent people around the world, but now is complicit up to its eyeballs in trying to kill its own people and destroy the entire Gulf of Mexico?
Since the U.S. government shows no signs of trying to act honestly through this horrifying debacle, perhaps it is approaching the time another country, or a collection of other countries, might have to step in to save the environmental health of the world from the Jewish-controlled monster called the USA.
Watch Landau’s video and then try to figure out what we as Americans can do with a government in charge of a law enforcement and military apparatus that is clearly complicit in a horrible scheme to kill millions of people.
The read Landau’s latest article: “BP Well Should Not be Pressure Tested”: http://www.opednews.com/articles/BP-Blown-out-well-should-n-by-Chris-Landau-100714-978.html
In other oil disaster news, numerous officials are talking about methane seepage near the riser that is being watched on television.
See those numerous reports at http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/
Perhaps these reports are an attempt to deflect attention from Matt Simmons’ assertion yesterday that a giant hole perhaps ten miles away from the center of everyone’s attention is what is really responsible for the continuing fouling of the Gulf. Simmons estimates that gaping hole in the Gulf floor is what is really responsible for the 120,000 BARRELS per day that continues to flow into the ocean. The U.S. Coast Guard continues to remain silent about these methane reports, despite numerous stories about “mystery seepage” near the wellbore.
Perhaps the most sensational story of the day came from a source of debatable credibility, the Drudge Report, that said the methane levels now being seen in the Gulf have only been previously conjectured as happening during mass extinction events, a comment made by oceanographer John Kessler of Texas A&M University. You can read that on floridaoilspilllaw.com.
And in a development late in the day July 19, the Associated Press was reporting that oil and gas were leaking from the new cap on BP’s ruptured oil well, but retired Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen, still serving as the point person for BP and the U.S. government’s cynical spin machine, said Monday afternoon that the leaks are so far not a major concern, while mentioning nothing about methane or Simmons’ contention that the real source of the leak was being hidden by BP.
John Kaminski is a writer who formerly lived on the Gulf Coast of Florida who is now a thousand miles away and now has no plans to ever return there.