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To: Whenifhow
It IS an interesting theory. It would explain the neglect and outright refusal of help.

An interesting observation: If the algae farming of the gulf would necessarily produce toxic shores, it would necessitate the removal of population from the most affected areas.

There are satellite photos as much as a year old of many UN buses being stored on a military base in Florida. The planning would possibly include (but not necessitate) the transfer of population that did not willingly evacuate themselves.

18 posted on 06/27/2010 6:57:07 PM PDT by Nachum (The complete Obama list at www.nachumlist.com)
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To: Nachum

Now I have more...
Not sure of this, because do not have a scientific background. I have noticed many engineers on different threads about the gulf are saying that the rumors going around about the bubble and tsunami are not true.

There is a video that explains that all of this is an illusion and before you judge, listen to it. It makes perfect sense if you listen to all of it and then put it together with the algae and biofuels, cap & trade, Petrobas aspects as well as Agenda 21 and depopulation.

The video says it is an illusion (New world order)and explained why it looks more like a volcano and why the people with science backgrounds will be more difficult to convince.

Oil Spill truth....Its All Setup!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d15U11D_JxI

I could only get one of his links to open (scroll down and there are some links in this post)

http://shtf411.com/bp-illusion-of-a-false-spill-t7065.html

We have all been wondering why Obama would want to destroy so much of the gulf area with his lack of response, and this video makes more sense – an illusion – than anything else.

He makes some points in the video, and I think the motivations mentioned in the video and the algae farm is what will happen to the gulf when his plan is implemented.

Please understand we are all trying to figure out why there has been a lack of response.


21 posted on 06/27/2010 7:07:37 PM PDT by Whenifhow
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To: Nachum
There are satellite photos as much as a year old of many UN buses being stored on a military base in Florida.

Ok lets say its true we had a bunch of UN buses, where else would you recommend we store them, I would think Florida would be a better state then lets say Nebraska.

22 posted on 06/27/2010 7:10:18 PM PDT by ReformedBeckite
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To: Nachum

Why would they need UN buses? People can be relocated from an area using school and municipal buses from affected regions just fine - no need to formalize relocation proceedings by having the ‘right kind of bus’ in storage. I think leaping from UN buses stored in FL and Ohio to forced relocation is...too far a leap.


29 posted on 06/27/2010 8:53:33 PM PDT by ransomnote
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