Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Monday, September 6, 2010


BP Spill is undeclared TVA-style initiative
July 27, 2010 Winsip Custer, CPW News Service

Following Massachusetts Representative Edward Markey's announcement on July 26, 2010 that the entire Gulf of Mexico is now a "bowl of toxic materials" the path is set for the creation of a new undeclared Tennessee Valley Authority-style initiative that will provide a new and unprecedented partnership between oil companies and the government in the war on OPEC energy dependence while curtailing global warming.
The $500 million dollar BP grant to USC's Energy Biosciences Institute, the brainchild of Energy Secretary Steven Chu, coupled with gifts for algae research from some of America's largest venture capital firms and DARPA given to the Scripps Institute in San Diego, pave the way for the shift from fossil fuels to bio-based energy sources.
"It's been tough on the population of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida...and on the dolphins, pelicans and Kemps Ridley and other turtle species and wildlife of the Gulf and perhaps it would have been more humane to announce the plan long ago before flooding the region with oil, but how else were we going to get a deep pocketed foreign oil company to pay for the massive conversion?" said BP's new CEO, Robert Dudley, as his words were recorded by this reporter while sitting outside his bedroom window. Dudley, a graduate in chemistry from the University of Illinois, is an alumni of one of the three institutions joint-venturing in the University of California's Energy Bioscience Institute project: UC Berkley, Lawrence Berkley National Laboratories and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Dudley, who like BP's "golden diviner" and key to BP's massive investments in the deep water leases off New Orleans... geologist Jack E Golden now with Cobalt Energy and the Carlyle Group, came to BP from one of the Rockefeller "baby Standards" created by the break up of Standard Oil Company....Amoco. Dudley is believed to bring credibility and empathy to the disillusioned population of the Gulf region. "I may have been born in Queens, NY," said Dudley. "But I grew up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. These new bio-fuel workers will thank us in the long run and the nation should thank us too....the conversion to a new bio-fuel economy is well under way and paid for in large part by a foreign money pool. All's well that ends well," my British colleagues are always fond of saying. And all those fishing Cajun's can't really like gutting fish and shucking oysters."

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