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CONTRIBUTION · 2nd May 2010
Op Ed News & EU Times Online

Be aware that the EU Times article has been reported to have possible ad/virus issues.

The following link is safe and offers various perspectives to this tragedy. Op Ed News is safe. Be aware that it also links to many sites, all of which expose an unprotected computer to the dangers of internet browsing.

Gulf of Mexico worst Case Scenarios-- Listing the Players and Possible Terrorist or Nuke Tie-in

For OpEdNews: Rob Kall - Writer
Gulf of Mexico worst Case Scenarios - Coming Fast with Possible Terrorist Tie-in

This is a horror story which will become so much worse, it will become the dominant news story for the foreseeable future. It includes Haliburton, the release of unprecedented geologic forces and a potential world wide catastrophe, not only ecologically, but much more, especially if the river of oil spewing from the deepwater, hyperpressurized sea-floor opening reaches the gulf stream, which will quickly spread it all the way up the east coast and beyond, possibly even to Europe.

Read the rest by clicking on the title of the story above. The following is the beginning of the text to the original posted article.


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.


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Theory a hoax
Comment by Karen Dedosenco on 3rd May 2010
My bet would be that this is a hoax as BP has already determined the cause of the accident.

"(chief executive Tony Hayward) said the equipment that failed on the rig and led to the spill belonged to owner Transocean Ltd., not BP, which operated the rig."

Besides, if this were a bomb there would have been many more killed than the 11 reported.
True or False?
Comment by Walter Fricke on 3rd May 2010
This story is most likely a hoax perpetrated by a hacker named David Booth.
conspiracy theories
Comment by Bryan Notheisz on 3rd May 2010
Can we say "conspiracy theories?" I can't believe this was even re-posted.
Comment by Walter Fricke on 2nd May 2010
If there is any truth to this story, the World may be in for a rough ride.