Sunday, June 27, 2010

BP Gulf Oil Spill Cleanup A PR Stunt That Leaves Layers Of Oil Caked On Gulf Beaches

A former BP Gulf Oil Spill cleanup worker has came forward to break the BP media blackout and has revealed to a a local Pensacola CBS news station, WKRG Channel 5, that the BP cleanup operations are nothing more than a fake PR Stunt meant to keep the sight of oil out of the eyes of the public.

The whistle blower revealed that each tide cycle leaves a layer of oil on the beach and when the next tide cycle comes in the oil on the beach is covered by a few inches of sand brought in by the new tide.

As the tide goes back out, that’s when BP workers hit the beach and cleanup up only the tarballs and oil that remain on the surface to give the beach the appearance of being oil free.

As the cycle of tides continue the once clean pristine white beaches of sand along the Gulf Coast become layers of sand and oil that is not being cleanup up by BP.

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BP Gulf Oil Spill Cleanup A PR Stunt That Leaves Layers Of Oil Caked On Gulf Beaches

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