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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Louisiana Oil Rig Explosion "Sabotage"?


While listening to America's leading radio talk-show host, Michael Savage yesterday, (who's site I link to on the right) he advanced the possibility of the recent explosion and subsequent oil slick at a Gulf of Mexico oil drilling platform actually being an act of sabotage. Before getting into the details of said theory (and of course it's ONLY a theory), this comes on the heels that it has now been reported that the recent sinking of a South Korean Navy ship last week near disputed waters appears to have been caused by an "external explosion" and all signs point toward Pyongyang as being the culprit. Savage then put up a link on his site to this report which conveys the following...

"A grim report circulating in the Kremlin today written by Russia’s Northern Fleet is reporting that the United States has ordered a complete media blackout over North Korea’s torpedoing of the giant Deepwater Horizon oil platform owned by the World’s largest offshore drilling contractor Transocean that was built and financed by South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., that has caused great loss of life, untold billions in economic damage to the South Korean economy, and an environmental catastrophe to the United States.

Most important to understand about this latest attack by North Korea against its South Korean enemy is that under the existing “laws of war” it was a permissible action as they remain in a state of war against each other due to South Korea’s refusal to sign the 1953 Armistice ending the Korean War.

To the attack itself, these reports continue, the North Korean “cargo vessel” Dai Hong Dan believed to be staffed by 17th Sniper Corps “suicide” troops left Cuba’s Empresa Terminales Mambisas de La Habana (Port of Havana) on April 18th whereupon it “severely deviated” from its intended course for Venezuela’s Puerto Cabello bringing it to within 209 kilometers (130 miles) of the Deepwater Horizon oil platform which was located 80 kilometers (50 miles) off the coast of the US State of Louisiana where it launched an SSC Sang-o Class Mini Submarine (Yugo class) estimated to have an operational range of 321 kilometers (200 miles).

On the night of April 20th the North Korean Mini Submarine manned by these “suicidal” 17th Sniper Corps soldiers attacked the Deepwater Horizon with what are believed to be 2 incendiary torpedoes causing a massive explosion and resulting in 11 workers on this giant oil rig being killed outright. Barely 48 hours later, on April 22nd , this North Korean Mini Submarine committed its final atrocity by exploding itself directly beneath the Deepwater Horizon causing this $1 Billion oil rig to sink beneath the seas and marking 2010’s celebration of Earth Day with one of the largest environmental catastrophes our World has ever seen."

Sure, it's a bit of a strech to say that this is exactly the cause of this catastrophe. But in light of these other facts, is it really? Chat rooms are already abuzz concerning the administration's decision to send SWAT teams to oil rigs in the Gulf as this only adds fuel to the conspiracy theory fire.


I think that's it's quite apparent that Obama lacks the cahones to do anything meaningful about it even if it were the case. Oh, that a man like Ronald Reagan were in charge in times like these. Any country thinking of messin' with the US would shurely think twice before setting course on such a foolhardy endeavor.






13 comments:

The Maryland Crustacean said...

Don't know about the sabotage bit. I doubt it. There is such a thing as accidents.

What I found most interesting was the Obama Administration not lifting a finger for an entire eight days or so before deciding that the matter was worth federal attention. Where are the Katrina hand wringers?

If I were going to advance a conspiracy theory, I would postulate that an environmental disaster such as this one would play well into the Obama administration's agenda. As Rahm Emmanuel likes to say, "Why let a good crisis go to waste?"

photogr said...

I have often considered this a possibility by some one with a lot to gain from this disaster.

Adam Nardoli said...

"Oh, that a man like Ronald Reagan were in charge in times like these."

"Ronald Reagan" Vs Ronald Reagan

JD Curtis said...

I don't doubt it a bit MDC. There are automatic shut-off valves on these drilling platforms and it appears to have failied in this case.

I'm with you photogr.

Adam... Media Matters? Could you be a bit more objective por favor? The Huffington Post would be every bit as indicative of any bias.

Who do you think has (had) more cahones, Reagan or Obama? At worst, Obama will send an army of lawyers to the Gulf to litigate the hell out of the situation.

Oh wait, that already (predictably) happened. Link

Adam Nardoli said...

Media Matters? Could you be a bit more objective por favor?

About half of the article is Ronald Reagan quotes, about half of the article is Hannity quotes?

Who do you think has (had) more cahones, Reagan or Obama?

Out of Reagan and Obama who do I think has the balls? Obama.
Not senile actor who called his wife "Mommy Poopy Pants". Not the Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein supporting, Death squad funding, HUGE DEBT LEAVING.
All he did is spend on a credit card the next 3 generations are going to have to pay back.

Reagan destroyed conservatism and spat on its grave.

On the plus side, Reagan had good speech writers.

And don't get me started on Clinton - He has a budget surplus, which is as bad as debt, because it took money out of people's hands, effectively overcharging the public for government services.

And GW almost sunk the entire economy. Obama's got a lot of work to do.

JD Curtis said...

Reagan bombed Libya and the palace Of Quadaffi.

What Would Obama Do?

Send a Justice Department lawyer to pester the Iranian regime?

When Reagan was being sworn in, the hostages were off the ground and in transit to the USA lickity split.

With Obama in charge? They would laugh and tell him to go get stuffed. What has Chairman Zero ever done to merit more than that?

Adam Nardoli said...
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Adam Nardoli said...

Doesn't it matter to you that he near destroyed the economy? Just as long as he bombs some foreigners all is forgiven? Is your ego really that small that you would rather have us killing non-whites than balancing the budget and saving our country? It's time to grow up. We are still paying for Reagan's childish military adventures.

When Reagan was being sworn in, the hostages were off the ground and in transit to the USA lickity split.

Obviously you've never read history. Why don't you look up the Algiers Accords?

Froggie said...

AN

"When Reagan was being sworn in, the hostages were off the ground and in transit to the USA lickity split."

That had nothing to do with Reagan. If we had elected Mickey Mouse the hostages would have come home.

Adam Nardoli said...

"When Reagan was being sworn in, the hostages were off the ground and in transit to the USA lickity split."

Was a quote of JD. It should have been in italics.
Most people who read history or were alive at the time know that it was the Algiers Accords that got the hostages released. When they were released the hostages were released to Algiers and met Carter in Germany.
The rumors that Reagan was involved in delaying the hostages being released weren't helped by Reagan arming the Iranians.

JD Curtis said...

Doesn't it matter to you that he near destroyed the economy?

Are we referring to the same Ronald Reagan that took office when we had such a thing as the misery index?

From the above link.."By 1980, Carter's misery index (unemployment plus inflation) was up to 20.8 percent--quite a contrast from Coolidge's 4.3 percent during the Roaring Twenties...In Reagan's presidency, the U.S. GNP grew by more than one-third--a record 6.8 percent in 1984 alone. Inflation and unemployment plummeted and Reagan's misery index when he left office was a mere 8 percent--exceeded at that time in the 20th century by Coolidge alone."



"In 1986 Reagan obtained an overhaul of the income tax code, which eliminated many deductions and exempted millions of people with low incomes. At the end of his administration, the Nation was enjoying its longest recorded period of peacetime prosperity without recession or depression." Link

So much for the "ruined the economy" revisionism.

We are still paying for Reagan's childish military adventures

Source?

GW almost sunk the entire economy. Obama's got a lot of work to do

Right, by accelerating the break-neck speed of Bush's spending by making him look like a mere piker in comparison.

That had nothing to do with Reagan. If we had elected Mickey Mouse the hostages would have come home.

Most people who read history or were alive at the time know that it was the Algiers Accords that got the hostages released.


This is one of the more interesting bits of Orwellian verve I've come across in a long time.

Reagan was elected to office nearly 3 months before the Algiers Accords. I guess it was mere coincidence that the hostages were released when Reagan was sworn in?

"On September 23, 1980, I had dinner with Isser Harel, the former head of Israel's Mossad, at his home with Dr Ruvin Hechty, a senior advisor to then prime minister Menachem Begin. I asked Harel who he thought would be elected president of the United States. He said the word on the street was that Iran would vote in favor of Ronald Reagan by releasing the American hostages during the inauguration." Link

Adam Nardoli said...

So much for the "ruined the economy" revisionism.

DEBT! Have you looked at the debt? That "prosperity" was bought on credit. It sure as hell didn't "trickle down" here. The United States are still paying for Reagan's mistakes.
From the economy to Saddam. REAGAN SOLD US OUT.

This is one of the more interesting bits of Orwellian verve I've come across in a long time.

Muh ha ha! Carter's admin was responsible for the accords. They gave the terrorists NONE of their demands. What does Reagan have to do with it? Nothing. Except they dragged it out to punish Carter for giving the terrorists NOTHING.

This "Reagan" you have in your head is a figment of the imagination. It has nothing to do with the Reagan of history.

"He said the word on the street was that Iran would vote in favor of Ronald Reagan by releasing the American hostages during the inauguration."

And so?

And incidently, that's probably the most biased link I've ever read outside of Blood and Honor.

This country needs conservatism, not your "Conservation".

JD Curtis said...

DEBT! Have you looked at the debt? That "prosperity" was bought on credit. It sure as hell didn't "trickle down" here. The United States are still paying for Reagan's mistakes

2nd attempt. Source?


Carter's admin was responsible for the accords.

And how many of the hostages refused to meet with Carter afterward?

This "Reagan" you have in your head is a figment of the imagination. It has nothing to do with the Reagan of history.

"the
Iran hostage-taking snapped the country out of its defeatist funk. Disc jockeys
began playing a comic new song to the tune of the Beach Boys’ "Barbara
Ann": "Bomb, bomb, bomb; bomb, bomb Iran." "What’s flat and
glows in the dark?" went a popular joke. The punch line: "Iran, 24
hours after Ronald Reagan’s inauguration." The Iranians must have heard
the joke too. Before the 24 hours had elapsed, all the hostages were released." David Frum