IDFA Review: Dirty Energy – Exxon Valdeez/Gulf of Mexico BP oil spill comparison with video

When the BP oil spill occurred, reporters from all over the world set up camp in the areas which were most hit by the events. But as time went on they packed up there recorders, cameras and notepads and moved on to the next big story. But for the people working and living in the areas surrounding the Gulf of Mexico the story is far from over…Louisiana supplies about a third of all the wild seafood caught in North America but is now compromised in being able to provide these resources for the future. In addition a highly unique and rich culture is in danger of disappearing forever. As one Louisiana Shrimp fisherman expressed to oil representatives at a local meeting: “You are not only messing me up now, you’re messing me up for the rest of my life.”http://docgeeks.com/2012/11/24/idfa-review-dirty-energy/

2 Responses to IDFA Review: Dirty Energy – Exxon Valdeez/Gulf of Mexico BP oil spill comparison with video

  1. Dick Grachek says:

    Thanks for these great articles BH, especially the recent wind and oil pieces. As depressing as it is, I guess we must keep calling out these charlatans and scam artists.

    The oil and wind articles are not unrelated. Wind is a backdoor for oil to turn Nantucket Sound, Nantucket Shoals, and Block Island Sound, and the entire east coast into the criminal mess that we see in the Gulf of Mexico.

    • borehead says:

      That is the backdoor way, ain't it, Dick?
      I'm going to expand the oil/ wind page for more articles relating to the industrial Armageddon.
      There is a huge disconnect with the enviro-offshore wind crowd.

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