Saturday, May 1, 2010

May Day! May Day!

On Earth Day when the British Petroleum (BP) oil rig, the Deepwater Horizon, blew up, it changed Earth Day to May Day! May Day!

Then BP (MOMCOM) did what the Obama Administration has been doing, in that it followed the W compass to a certain location, a location known as Sugarland.

Sugarland, Texas makes killer chemicals that hide oil from you like banksters hyde your public money from you.

These chemicals, made in Sugarland by Nalco, are worse for the ocean environment than the oil is, but what is important to MOMCOM is that the oil disappear from your sight yesterday.

MOMCOM has gone to the land of chemical death for some potions for its voodoo environmental religion.

Now MOMCOM realizes what has happened, that she-it has been found out, she-it is hated, and MOMCOM "clean" energy ads are now known to be lies.

Since MOMCOM has a complex, this episode of spill baby spill is one she-it can not handle, and so she-it is going even more psycho than before.

The U.S. government has also gone into panic propaganda mode because MOMCOM can not keep a lid on this one.

The oil slick size and growth pattern indicates to some experts that the oil gushing from the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico is already nearing the Exxon Valdez spill size.

So when full panic hit, MOMCOM obeyed the W incantation spewed just after 9/11, and went shopping:
Officials from BP have successfully tested a chemical that attaches itself to oil and weighs it down [lead based heavy?] to the ocean floor, where there are natural forces [bull crap] that absorb the oil, CNBC has learned.

The oil giant BP said it tested the dispersants, which are manufactured by Nalco, last night, and is authorized [who authorized it after one night of testing?] to begin using it on a larger scale.

BP said it is looking for additional suppliers to begin manufacturing the material in mass quantities.

Nalco told CNBC that it is working to increase production at its Sugarland, Texas, plant.
(CNBC, [Dredd comments added]). Tom Delay was the representative to the U.S. House of Representatives from Sugarland, Texas, a small city with arguably the most propagandized Wikipedia page ever to have been bloviated to the size of a New York City wiki about page.

Sugarland went from a slave plantation to a prison farm to a chemical making madhouse which MOMCOM, through BP, the latest Lord of Spill Baby Spill, has put to work overtime.

Sugarland's finest chemical factory, Nalco, is working 24/7 to make oil hiding chemicals that have never been properly tested.

Nalco will probably rev up its operations in Dubai, UAE, just down the street from Halliburton and AIG, to make more death chemicals.

I bet you nostalgic confederate folks in Virginia Beach just can't wait until you have your own true blue Dixie spill can you?

3 comments:

  1. Here's where cities like Sugarland indicate we're headed.

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  2. Funny reader comment in the Wall St Journal today on a story called "U.S. to keep heat on BP to stop oil leak - Salazar":

    Typical Democratic response – Keep the foot ion the neck of the company that is trying to fix the problem!! Why not try to support them in fixing the problem.. Something unforeseen happened and we need to work together to fix it and never let it happen again. With a foot on your neck how Innovative and hardworking can one be in fixing the [problem. I think they want to see BP fail so that they can stop all oil exploration. They sent the lawyers down not the engineers. Where are our best engineers – We have the technology and the capability to solve this. Meanwhile the Russians the Chinese and the Vietnamese continue to drill in the gulf – I guess we can buy our oil from then. Turn Iit around on November 2nd and take our great country back!!!

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  3. "Meanwhile the Russians the Chinese and the Vietnamese continue to drill in the gulf"

    I suppose some would say that explains why there are not that many spills, they know what they are doing since they have better educational systems that produce better engineers?

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