Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
Seattle Exopolitics Examiner

NASA: BP oil spill in Gulf of Mexico approaching Mississippi coast

This article is part of an ongoing series on the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill and its environmental, economic, social and exopolitical impacts.

The BP oil spill operation in the Gulf of Mexico has been variously analyzed as (1) “a looming environmental mega-disaster;” (2) “a corporate/governmental cover-up of a catastrophic environmental disaster;” and (3) “a disaster capitalism false flag operation to wreck the environment in the Gulf of Mexico and the eastern U.S. seaboard as an act of environmental war.”

As set out in the article below, the environmental, social and economic impact of the BP oil spill operation is catastrophic, though difficult to measure because of the lack of reliable information from the U.S. government and BP. Physicist Dr. Michio Kaku, who stated that “A hurricane strike in the Gulf of Mexico would dump an oil and water mixture all over the South, potentially reaching hundreds of miles inland,” has addressed the possibility of “the oil leak lasting most of our lifetimes.”

Much more…

Oil Spill Could Hit East Coast