July 26, 2010 Winsip Custer, CPW News Service
With longstanding ties to Texas and Gulf Coast oil production dating back to New England Senator Prescott Bush's oil investments and George Herbert Walker Bush's founding of Arbusto Energy including $50,000 from Salem Bin Laden and the Saudi BinLaden Group, the whole Gulf of Mexico has been declared by another New England politician (MSNBC July 26th) as a "toxic bowl of materials."
Rep. Edward Markey's comment following the announcement that the 30,000 gallons of drilling mud used in attempts to seal the BP spill contained toxins comes on the heel of reports that BP's Tony Hayward who said "I want my life back" is headed to Siberia.
Meanwhile BP's connection to the release of the Pan Am 103 bomber was announced the week BP gained control of the deep water gusher. "Next week we'll hear that BP's top executives are involved in the Sudanese slave trade," said one BP pensioner who thought the release of information was politically timed for maximum damage.
"Nobody's reporting that on Pan Am 103 was CIA agent Matthew Gannon, son-in-law of CIA Deputy Director of Operations Thomas Tweeton who was headed back to Washington to ask why the rank and file CIA agents had no information on Al Qaeda and their connections with the Muslim Brotherhood. ..and that he would be a thorn in the side of CIA leadership, but that's what CIA agent Robert Baer tells us in Sleeping With the Devil. The CIA officials who wanted our connections with Al Qaeda kept secret had as much interest in seeing that flight downed as the terrorists," said one agent who wished to remain anonymous.
Markey's pronouncement comes as a shock to the residents, homeowners and business leaders of America's Third Coast from Brownsville to Key West as Exxon bids on BP assets and Apache Corp. announced a $7 billion purchase of BP reserves to help provide a cash infusion for the Gulf cleanup.
"All of it in totality still leaves the Gulf of Mexico as a toxic bowl of materials that is going to haunt this region for months and years to come," said Markey from the steps of Capital Hill in Washington.
When asked if the Gulf region should be depopulated and used as a base for a dangerous CNG (compressed natural gas) terminal and as a biofuel production region with harvested algae grown in the Mississippi Delta wetlands like the model tauted by the Louisiana Economic Development Commission in 2009 and which builds upon special models in algae based biofuel projects under development at the Scripps Institute and funded by some of the world's leading venture capitalists and DARPA, Congressman Markey was unavailable for comment.
The Scripps Institute's Center for Chemical