Monday, March 11, 2013

The Ongoing Great Gulf Coast Holocaust

Dave Hodges
Activist Post

It’s been labeled the worst environmental disaster in world history, and rightfully so, because the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is like the nightmarish gift that keeps on giving. BP and the United States government would have the public believe that all is well in the Gulf. Nothing could be further from the truth. The crisis is not only ongoing; its effects are worsening

The April 20, 2010 the Deep Water Horizon Explosion will  be back in the news again. The explosion of this oil rig represents the biggest false flag event in history; the devastation of this false flag event is still being felt and the worst is yet to come. You may have heard about the explosions near the New Madrid Fault and the thousands of generators being shipped to Louisiana by FEMA. Soon all readers of this series will connect the BP oil spill to these recent current events.

Over 34 months later, the oil spill has destroyed the welfare, livelihoods, health and futures of tens of millions of Gulf Coast residents, not to mention the destruction of the fragile ecology in the Gulf of Mexico.

Originally, BP was ordered to initiate $20 billion in restitution to the Gulf Coast victims. In retrospect, BP has never made full restitution to the victims. The overall physical health of the region has been decimated and the mainstream media and government officials reaching as high as President Obama have been complicit in covering up the geological and medical magnitude of the event. Even to this day, BP is still covertly carpet bombing Corexit in the Gulf and the much of the environmental catastrophe remains untouched by the BP cleanup crews.

This new series will expose the fact that BP, Halliburton, Goldman Sachs, Transocean and David Rockefeller’s and the Queen of England’s New York City for Profit members had foreknowledge and hedged their stock market bets in anticipation of the event. In other words, I will present incontrovertible evidence that this event was planned in order to achieve multiple goals in order to further agenda of certain special interests. Further, this series will also expose the fact that the evidence complied from the Executive Filings of President Obama indicates that it is likely that he had foreknowledge of the impending catastrophe in the Gulf. Additionally, this series will demonstrate that the events in the Gulf are part of a regional depopulation scheme. Readers will also learn that the ongoing nature of this false flag event will contribute to the total transition of the American economy to a cap-and-trade system which has been championed by Obama and Valerie Jarrett, from several years ago, which culminated in Obama, a supposed outsider, capturing the Presidency with very little political experience.

Starting at the beginning, it was clear that BP was going to be used as the symbolic fall guy in order to usher a new set of dynamics to the Gulf. However, the powers that be provided BP with a “soft landing” with regard to the potential punitive actions brought against BP.

Every story has a beginning, so let’s review how, what will prove to be the biggest false flag event in the history of our country, unfolded.

Destitution Rather Than Restitution

You remember Ken Feinberg, don’t you? This is the same Ken Feinberg who was in charge of denying medical coverage to 9/11 first responders, which resulted in the premature deaths of many of 9/11′s first responders because of the lack of sufficient medical treatment from claims denied by him. As you read the following paragraphs, you will be shocked as to how history has been allowed to repeat itself.

BP has shamelessly used the event to falsely promote its generosity toward the residents of the Gulf by providing full restitution for tiny minority of residents, thus restoring its public image in the mind of the average American couch potato who believes everything they see on television.

Following the Gulf oil spill, there was a collective mainstream media frenzy which focused on how well BP was responding to the crisis. This was accompanied by BP’s incessant public service announcements in which the oil giant would feature one of their “average” employees professing to being a “local” in which they vowed, on behalf of BP, “to not leave until we make it right.”

All Is Well, Go Back To Sleep American Sheep

Is all well in the Gulf today? After 34 months, did BP make it right? There are two answers to this question, no and hell no! According to BP’s YouTube channel, BP has made complete restitution to the victims of the oil spill and all is indeed well and the American public should be willing to move on to other issues and forget about the Gulf.

BP’s YouTube video channel does make a compelling case that the Gulf is well on its way to a full recovery. Bryan and Brooke Zar, the owners of Restaurant des Families located in Crown Point Louisiana, claim that BP restored their restaurant to a level of profitability just in time for the 2011 spring break vacation period and that “the beaches are again clean”.

An example of BP’s YouTube channel propaganda featured Rick Scali as he describes his return to profitability as his vacation rental home business in Destin, Florida had fallen upon tough times as a result of the oil spill. Scali claims that BP made his rental business whole when he showed BP the rental cancellation slips and was promptly paid for his losses by BP and today all, is again, well. There you have it, all is well on the Gulf Coast Front, or that is what BP, the mainstream media and the government would have the public believe.

The Coverup

Despite the voluminous coverage of the oil spill by the mainstream media, the range of coverage was actually quite narrow. The Coast Guard promptly established no fly zones over much of the impacted beach areas and the oil spill area itself. Reporters were restricted to what they could cover in the beach areas and were threatened with arrest if they strayed into “forbidden zones.” This prompted an on-air emotional tirade regarding the undue restrictions on media’s coverage by CNN’s Anderson Cooper. Nor was there any meaningful coverage of Halliburton applying the highly controversial dispersants of Corexit 9500 and Corexit 9527. However, there was plenty of media coverage of President Obama walking the beaches and eating the local shrimp in a thinly veiled effort on the part of the government and BP in promoting the notion that all is well.

There are other voices, albeit quieter voices, outside of the mainstream media and the BP propaganda machine, which tell a far different side of BP’s efforts “to make it right.” Consider the case of Empire, Louisiana fisherman, Elmer Rogers, as he presents his story which differs considerable from the BP and U.S. government media spin, when at a local Town Hall meeting in Lafitte, LA., recorded by WWLT TV, from New Orleans, he pleaded with BP’s front man for Gulf compensation, Ken Feinberg, to help him when Rogers referenced his stalled claim he presented to BP for the loss of his fishing business; “I’m not asking for the world, I’m just asking for something to live on, man. That’s all I’m asking for. At Thanksgiving, I was under review. My kids barely ate. I barely ate. Christmas came. My child is 13 years old. She got nothing. You know what she woke up to? No water in the house, and no power. What you want me to do? Get on my knees and beg for it?” When at this point, Rogers dropped to his knees and said, “Look, I’m here, I’m on my knees for it. I need my money sir, to live.

Empire fisherman Elmer Rogers appeared at the hearing held by BP claims adjuster Kenneth Feinberg and laid out in great detail the impact of not getting his needed funds has had on him. view full article

Mr. Rogers did hear from Feinberg the next day. However, Mr. Rogers was never made whole. I dare anyone to watch the Rogers video and not feel Mr. Rogers pain. I dare anybody to not watch Feinberg’s insensitive response to Rogers and not be filled with rage. And I dare anyone to read part two of this series as the stories of people like Kindra Arnesen, interviewed on The Common Sense Show, are unveiled as she speaks directly about the financial and health devastation visited upon the Gulf by BP with the assistance of the federal government (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4,Part 5, Part 6).

BP was ordered to pay $20 billion in restitution to the Gulf spill victims. Twenty billion dollars was not nearly enough to cover the losses in the Gulf. Conservative estimates put the damage in the Gulf at $90 billion. Cherri Foytlin, the co-founder of Gulf Change, a community organization in Louisiana “Most of the people I care about are hungry, they’ve lost their house, they’re losing their cars…” Foytlin went on to say that “The amount paid out averages nearly 16,000 dollars per claimant. But according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the 2009 poverty threshold for a family of three was 18,310 dollars.”

BP’s claims that they won’t leave until they make it right, must indicate that BP is taking up permanent residence in the Gulf. They will never make it right and they signaled this intention when BP hired Ken Feinberg to disburse the reimbursement funds to the oil spill victims. It is clear that Feinberg is working to save as much of the government payout fund for BP as he can. To date, Feinberg has dispensed only $4 billion of the $20 billion dollars ordered for restitution. Maybe that is because the government in their complicity in covering up these events and acting as an agent to mitigate the damage to BP, is allowing BP to pay Feinberg’s firm to the tune of $850,000 per month! Talk about the fox watching the hen house.

BP will never make these poor victims whole and with the help of the media and government officials, they will never have to. Financial destitution is the least of the problems for the residents of the Gulf.

The depth of this monumental conspiracy is going to be revealed in subsequent parts of this series as I have reopened the investigation into the “Ongoing Great Gulf Coast Holocaust” and the devastation will prove to far worse than originally believed.

Dave is an award winning psychology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach, a mental health counselor, a political activist and writer who has published dozens of editorials and articles in several publications such as Freedoms Phoenix, News With Views and The Arizona Republic. The Common Sense Show features a wide variety of important topics that range from the loss of constitutional liberties, to the subsequent implementation of a police state under world governance, to exploring the limits of human potential. The primary purpose of The Common Sense Show is to provide Americans with the tools necessary to reclaim both our individual and national sovereignty.


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Anonymous said...

While much of the information in this article is of value and is assembled in a very efficient manner I have to criticize the propaganda use of the term "holocaust" in the title.

As most should be ware the term holocaust descends from 'Shoah', which means a purging or killing by fire.

Since the claims of burning victims alive in ovens were mostly dropped many years ago the term "holocaust" isn't even an accurate title for the WWII "Holocaust"(big H), but the alleged cremations of the victims after death allows it to still be "technically" applicable.

It works for 'nuclear holocaust' however as that would involve massive death by nuclear "hell-fire", often referred to as "vaporization".

How exactly is an oil spill equated to a death by fire?

Certainly oil can burn alright under the right circumstances, but I doubt the author is suggesting the whole East Coast of North America or even just the Gulf Coast may ignite into a hell-fire inferno because of this.

And that's the only way I can see the term "holocaust" applying here.

Can we not just be presented objective information without the propaganda labels added in?

The fact that the mainstream often incorrectly applies the term simply to induce images of evil Nazi's to sway emotions and public opinion does not justify the alternative news/activist movement doing the same in my view.

Other than that however I did find this to be an informative article, nothing "new" to me but well assembled anyways.

I await the follow-up articles despite my criticisms.


Anonymous said...

Jonny, the term "holocaust" can be used to mean a mass killing or destruction. YOU might have thought of Nazis when hearing the term, but I do not as I consider the word in its context. Quit being such a baby.

Anonymous said...

Well, there was a Hell of a fire going on out in the Gulf
burning dolphins and other life forms. A Holocaust stands.
This was a deliberate and despicable act to all life in the Gulf.

Anonymous said...

An example of a common definition of holocaust is "Great destruction resulting in the extensive loss of life, especially by fire." Obviously, the Gulf oil event represents slaughter on a mass scale given non-human deaths and human death to come from and insidious exposure to toxic elements. In modern parlance, the term is not exclusive to fire or nuclear bombs, just closely associated.

I don't think we should be so touchy about the use of the word holocaust in this context, just vigilant that words are not overly or too broadly used and thus lose their general meaning.

I too am looking forward to this series. The simple fact that a Halliburton crew was the last to work on the Deep Horizon before it exploded and that Halliburton bought a oil spill clean up company weeks before the "accident" is alarming, esp. given Cheney's ties to Halliburton and his role in the 9/11 false flag. Now to learn about this lapdog Feinberg makes it all the more another case of the usual suspects.

Also, isn't it interesting that globalist insider Matthew Simmons (member of the CFR) tried to publicly sound the alarm that the amount of oil being released was far greater than initial reports and then he suddenly died of a heart attack drowning in a bathtub?

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 1209 PM - I agree that in modern times, post WWII, it's unofficial definition has been expanded because of it's use for propaganda purposes but I stand by my statement that it is inappropriate here.

You and others who are aware may not do so but the majority of so called "sheeple" will be firstly connected to 'The Holocaust' and Nazi's when hearing such terms - the Daily Mail for example rarely misses a day without a Holocaust article(over 2,500 of them last 10 years alone), and when they do they make up for it with 2 or 3 in a single day later on.

Merriam-Webster defines 'holocaust' as:

1 : a sacrifice consumed by fire.
2 : a thorough destruction involving extensive loss of life especially through fire. [a nuclear holocaust]
3 a - often capitalized : the mass slaughter of European civilians and especially Jews by the Nazis during World War II —usually used with 'the'.
b : a mass slaughter of people; especially : genocide.

It was only during and after WWII that the term was expanded and used to describe any number of disasters and misfortunes, that has never changed the fact it is a perversion of the historical meaning of the term.

To correct my previous post the word 'Shoa' generally means 'complete personal devastation', though as with many Hebrew words and terms it can be interpreted and/or translated many ways.

I fail to see how these events:

a) Involve sacrificial offerings consumed by fire.
b) At present have created a 'thorough' or complete destruction or loss of life.
c. Are an act of genocide involving mass-slaughtering of people.

How many thousands have died because of this oil spill so far?

Has extensive marine life been extinguished/extincted in the affected areas?

As horrifying as it is I don't see this event as being on the scale of a "holocaust".

Perhaps the future articles the author speaks of on this subject will answer these questions.

It may be semantics to you but the purposeful perversion and distortion of definitions and terminology is a key part of propaganda, and I simply don't like it.

You can call me a cry baby but thus far I do still have the right to cry about my opinion on this matter.

For me this event stands as a crime perpetrated against not only humanity but all species of life on this planet, but not a 'holocaust'.

Our language doesn't need to be broken down any further at this point for the sake of cultural trends inspired by the dumbing down of society(see "text talk" aka 'gibberish').

Words have specific definitions for a reason - clarity.

At this point if someone said "Natives are suffering a holocaust in Alaska" that could mean they're being imprisoned and executed, dying due to massive forest fires, fighting bloody tribal wars, or apparently now living near an oil spill?

Sorry for the rant but it bugs me when language is clouded for either propaganda or pop culture reasons - the whole point of a written and spoken language is to create greater clarity in communications.

You can call me a cry baby but for the time being I still have the right to 'cry' by having an opinion on this matter.


Paulo Alfrino [Alf] said...

The word in the title is not the most important here, but the situation that we are being made victims of lies all the time. This is only one of the events in this planet that are covered the same way while people watch other distractions on TV.

Frank Arms said...

Jonny, with all due respect Shut the F&^$ up. I have no problem with you expressing your nearly worthless opinion, the problem is your opinion has pretty much nothing to do with the problem at hand, and as stated the ongoing situation in the gulf is the true problem, not the semantics.

Anonymous said...

According to an analysis by the Center For Biological Diversity from April 2011:

"In total, we found that the oil spill has likely harmed or killed approximately 82,000 birds of 102 species, approximately 6,165 sea turtles, and up to 25,900 marine mammals, including bottlenose dolphins, spinner dolphins, melon-headed whales and sperm whales. The spill also harmed an unknown number of fish — including bluefin tuna and substantial habitat for our nation’s smallest seahorse — and an unknown but likely catastrophic number of crabs, oysters, corals and other sea life. The spill also oiled more than a thousand miles of shoreline, including beaches and marshes, which took a substantial toll on the animals and plants found at the shoreline, including seagrass, beach mice, shorebirds and others."

Anonymous said...

What a terrible tragedy, my heart aches for these poor people. The ones who should provide restitution have money for a heart and hot air for a soul.

ilt17 said...

jonny using the holocaust issue to steer away from the gist of the article. Many of the readers understand the context. Jonny obviously does not.

Manuuuh said...

In his report Texe Marrs reveal the shocking truth that the planet is awash in petroleum, that there is a never ending supply underground, and that the world would never run out of the black stuff. It was also reported by Texe that in the Bakken oil formation in the Dakotas and Montana, geologists had discovered more oil than exists in the entire Middle East. And more: Texe has documented that there is more oil stored nearby in the Gulf of Mexico than had heretofore been discovered by oil drillers throughout the world in all the annals of human history. A conservative estimate of US oil wealth would be that every man, woman and child alive in the 50 American states is worth a minimum of Five Million Dollars. Each US citizen is joint heir of massive deposits of black gold sitting unused underground on publicly-owned land and under coastal waters.

To illustrate one piece of this story, BP, an oil company already infamous for its despoiling the earth, has been made the scapegoat for the closing of much of the Gulf of Mexico's oil spigots. In preparation for the derrick's destruction, much of BP's assests were transferred in advance of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster to other Rothschild affiliates across the world in Libya and the Middle East, and especially the majority of its Russian oil assests, which were turned over to four Russian Jewish billionaires, called the "Oligarchs".

With the knowledge of the Obama administration, a British Royal Navy submarine was used to torpedo BP's Deepwater Horizon oil derrick, initiating the environmental disaster that now encroaches US coastlines. It was done in the past so now.

Because of the global oversupply problem—too much oil being drilled and pumped up out of the earth—it was decided that the booming Gulf of Mexico oil source must be indefinitely closed down. Chevron, Conoco, Exxon-Mobil, BP and other multinational oil corporations would henceforth be either limited or prohibited from operating oil derricks in the Gulf. Permex, the Mexican national oil company, would also be limited in its production, and, down south, Brazil's national oil corporation, Petrobras, would be give a strict quota. It was coincidence that the derrick operated under license by Chevron had also a "misterious" accident and now spills oils over South Atlantic surface?


The now expatried Iraq oil is "owned" lock, stock, and barrel by Rothschild's front companies. The profit from this oil scam—secreted away in Tel Aviv banks—now reaches obscene levels. To pacify the Iraqis, a pittance is given to the Baghdad government. Iraq's corrupt politicians and Moslem Imams also get their cut.

In China (and to a lesser extent, India), Rothschild and his Jewish banking minions have founded dummy national oil corporations and constructed and astonishing number of new oil refineries. After processing of the crude petroleum, tankers proceed to transport the finished product to distribution outlets and tank storage facilities in China and across the oceans, including in the United States.

Source: "Conspiracy of Six Pointed Star" by Texe Marrs.


Sharon Natsarim said...

Well, anonymous did what he obviously set out to do...change the topic. Obviously an internet shill with an agenda. Bottom line. BP has permanently destroyed the Gulf, a lot of animals and a lot of people. They can NEVER repay or take back what they have done.

Anonymous said...

...and we're 'gonna let these people oppress us under environmental guise?
While they spray us like cock roaches?
Poisoning our water and the Ph of our planet?
Not while I have any breath left in my lungs.

Anonymous said...

The first comment was curious but he may have a Point? Total Global Oceanic Annihilation and Environmental Terrorism are more accurate to what has actually be militantly foisted on the CREATOR'S World's Oceanic Habit systems> and the mere pittance PLUS:likely:

Secret PayOla to the Legal mercenaries involved IN FIXING the legal Tort problems in their delusional twisted demonic minds?

Anonymous said...

The more I read so-called “activist posts”, the more I become convinced that many articles are full of conspiracy theories dressed up as facts.
The BP oil spill incident has been written about many times by Americans, as if their government were any better when it comes to crimes against people and the environment.
Unfortunately, the American government has one of the worst records in their world regarding pollution and poisoning of other countries. Their companies have caused many thousands of deaths. Yet, the casualties of their overseas industrial operations have not been compensated in anywhere near to the degree of Gulf coast residents in the good old US of A.
The 1984 Bhopal incident will forever remain a shame on America for actually trying to deny any responsibility for this case of mass death. Now, I believe that could be termed a holocaust.
Union Carbide seemed to initially shrug off the incident and any blame because the dead were not American citizens.
“The massive toxic gas leak from the American owned Union Carbide Corporation's chemical plant in Bhopal in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India killed more than 3,800 people. Estimates of the number of people killed in the first few days by the plume from the UCC plant run as high as 10,000, with 15,000 to 20,000 premature deaths reportedly occurring in the subsequent two decades.”
So before making further xenophobic assertions about one particular ‘Anglo American’ company, to use as a scapegoat because of your greed for oil, I advise that you do some unbiased research into this matter. Try writing an article with some modicum of impartiality for a change.
Begin by citing the American governments’ historic culpability in their global plundering of the Earth’s recourses to appease their greedy population. The Bhopal incident is a prime example of this lack of compassion for people in other nations.
Americans want it all and they demand it now. But when something goes wrong, you suddenly demand a witch hunt. In this case, it is British Petroleum’s fault for feeding your greed and accidentally showing you the consequences of that insatiability for more.
The fact is that the majority of BP investors are in the United States where the company employs approximately 23,000 people and where it has invested over $52 billion.
Yes, that’s right. America owns the largest stake in this company and has done for decades.

Anonymous said...

Hey Anonymous 3/11 10:22 PM, your comment is anything but factual and impartial, and seems to be just an opportunistic vehicle for your anti-American propaganda. It is OPINION posturing as fact. You don't bother to cite a reference for your allegations, not even for the paragraph you place in quotes that begins with, "The massive toxic gas leak from the American owned..." Where does that come from? Maybe from some UN white paper on America's bad behavior abroad? If so, the indisputable bias of the source invalidates anything asserted in that paragraph. As for the rest of your comment, you need to learn the difference between an authoritative comment and an authoritarian comment. They are not the same thing.

The point of view you reveal is typical of the various America-hating socialist cults around the world. And if you are over the age of 20 and still spewing this nonsense then you need help, probably in the form of de-programming. No doubt you will have to come to America to get it.

Meanwhile, we never said we were perfect, just more perfect than any other country. We base that on the fact that our way of life, our generosity and compassion toward our own people and toward people of other nations surpasses that of any other nation. We base it on the fact that our way of life in our capitalist system creates more opportunity for growth, prosperity and freedom, for more people, than any other system in the world. We base it on the fact that counting both private, out-of-pocket donations and taxes, American people and corporations give hundreds of billions of dollars to the people of other nations EVERY YEAR -- a level of generosity UNMATCHED by any other country. We base it on the fact that there are people standing in line to become American citizens because they know that, as imperfect as America is, she still offers the most freedom and the best chance of a safe, fulfilling life. And we base it on the fact that people such as yourself who criticize us are the very same people who are demanding the UN tax us and lower our standard of living so that it can raise the standard of living in other "less fortuntate" countries to match the standard of living we have enjoyed thus far. If we are so bad, why do so many people in the rest of the world want to live like we do? And why are YOU so jealous of us?

Anonymous said...

Oil-spill clean up that's three times more effective than Corexit 7500/7527 is not being used.

Anonymous said...

HAARP, FEMA, Blackwater mercenaries, Republicans and Democrats.
The attack on Gulf residents was sophisticated, multi staged, and is still ongoing.

Personal handguns, assault weapons, sling shots or matters not when your area is targeted for a manufactured crisis.
So many wonderful creative musical artistic peacefully rebellious people lived in the Gulf. It makes what happened down there all the more reprehensible.

Manuuuh said...


Anonymous said...

Re-run of anti- oil, anti-BP, anti-gov.nthing new.
Loke claiming Halliburtin biught Boots&Coots prior ti the disaster---BULL -- do the research, Halliburton made offer to buy B&C stock beforebut did finalize control until Sept'10 3 months after the well was killed and capped. B&C has no oil clean up capability and did no work if any kind for BP on the disaster.
Complaining about Feinstien? he been gone two yrs now---

F. said...

The monthly retainer paid to the law firm amounted to 1/20th of 1% of the settlement that the firm was administering annually. The $850,000 per month is barely enough to cover the average salary for 10 top lawyers and their assistants...

But the way the article describes it, it sounds like the lawyers are stealing all the money... If they worked on the distribution for 10 years, they will have received 1/10th of 1% of the funds disbursed. Not at all out of line imho!

Anonymous said...

The worse disaster is Fukishima Daiihci Japan.

Not the BP gulf oil spill.

Anonymous said...

The worst disaster is whatever happened to the brain of the 1:33AM commenter. It must have been horrible for such damage to have occurred.

Padma said...

Incompetence, coverup, yes. False flag? They accepted the blame, (did not blame it on another country), so how can this be called a false flag? Population reduction? Actively choosing this as a method is as foolish as MAD. I think their active plan for that is the epicyte gene and coming engineered diseases.

Occam's razor says this accident falls into the same category as every other lesser corporate environmental disaster... not on purpose per se, they just don't give a snit about anything other than their own greed for power.

re: semantics:
Chemicals also cause burn, therefore can be considered a form of "fire", therefore holocaust (in strict definition) may still apply.

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