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Oil Spill Clean Up is one big Proven Money making Conspiracy

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Imagine you personally knew (beyond a shadow of a doubt) that a huge earthquake was going to hit a major city and cause massive damage, loss of life, starvation, loss of employment, destruction of property as well as countless hardships. Imagine that the majority (say 95%) of this could be avoided, if only the easily available resources and technology were deployed to prevent this before it happened. Would you deploy the technology? Would you deploy the resources to prevent 95% of the problem?

Naturally, any sane, ethical person would. However, what if you stood to earn $100’s of millions from this disaster? Your choice . . . do the right thing or go for the money? I understand that this is a hypothetical situation and predicting an earthquake is pretty much impossible; however, knowing an oil spill is going to happen is not. It has happened in the past, it just happened in the Gulf of Mexico and it will happen in the future. Sadly, there are people who have actually made the choice to take the money at everyone’s and every living things’ expense and this article is about showing you the proof.

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Author: Bill

Birder, cat-lover, pilot, poet. Former lounge lizard, pauper, pagan, lifeguard, chauffeur,cop and martial artist, turned pacifist addiction writer. Tries to be a good husband, father and brother, and makes a decent friend. Likes to take pictures. Stumbling down the Middle Path, one day at a time.

One thought on “Oil Spill Clean Up is one big Proven Money making Conspiracy

  1. As I read your quote I thought of the Buddha’s observation that only those who suffer cause suffering. And I thought of the metta sutra, extending compassion even to those we have hardened into villains.

    Imagine what great suffering someone must carry to do as you have said! I extend my own compassion to those who cause suffering, hoping the suffering that births their actions comes to an end.

    I’m afraid I’m not yet that advanced. Or perhaps I’ve dealt with more sociopaths.

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