Franz J.T. Lee, June, 2010

Venezuela: What should never happen in the Orinoco Delta

We could make mistakes, err with reference to anti-capitalism or pro-socialism, however, one thing is certain: the British Petroleum oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico and the Shell oil catastrophe in the Niger Delta in Africa should never occur in the Orinoco Delta.

Why? It would spell doom for the Bolivarian Revolution and for human emancipation in Latin America and the rest of the globe.

These disasters show who and what are really governing the world, are ruling in the United States of America or in Nigeria: the multinational corporations like BP, Shell, Exxon-Mobil, Chevron-Texaco, Repsol, etc.

What do we know about what really is happening in the Gulf of Mexico, what caused this mega-disaster?

Perhaps in 50 years, when Eva Golinger would inform us about the latest declassified materials in the 'Correo of the Orinoco,' we would have a foggy idea about the criminal war acts of an international mafia syndicate of corporatism. Meanwhile, we can just guess and speculate, could become part of Murdoch's pan et circenses, of mass 'journalistic' manipulation and entertainment which deviate attention away from real news, towards the international traffic of ideological virtual opium.

Inter alia, what is not in the news, and what Venezuela should avoid to happen in the Orinoco Delta?

Why were 17,000 US National Guard members deployed along the Gulf Coast? To guard what? Who should not see what? Are we being informed what Barack Obama's "Gulf recovery czar" really is doing there. Elsewhere the use of Corexit 9500 for such cases is banned, why does BP insist in using it, and what must sink to the bottom of the ocean for the public not to see?

With reference to the above, "it is being reported that 2.61 parts per million of Corexit 9500 (mixed with oil at a ratio of 1:10) is lethal to 50% of fish exposed to it within 96 hours. That means that 1 gallon of Corexit 9500/oil mixture is capable of rendering 383,141 gallons of water highly toxic to fish. So why was BP allowed to dump 1,021,000 gallons of Corexit 9500 and Corexit 9527 into the Gulf of Mexico, and why aren't they being stopped from dumping another 805,000 gallons of these dispersants that they have on order into the Gulf?"

Mike Adams explains who really is governing the USA: "Sadly, BP is running the show in the Gulf, not the government! The U.S. government has sold out to private corporations who now think they own the gulf and can run operations there however they see fit."

How dangerous the situation really is, is indicated by the fact that thousands of birds from the Gulf region are migrating northward. Just before the huge tsunami in the Indian Ocean a while ago, animals fled while the clueless human beings who have lost all their natural psi-factors stayed behind and perished. The Gulf spill is a premonition of worse things to come.

Venezuela, we could safely trust in God, however the dollar of Corporate America also trusts in God.

Perhaps, at last, corporate imperialism wants to introduce Nikolai Tesla' technology, free energy, an alternative to corporate barbarism?

To save BP or Shell, looking at all the metropolitan belligerent moves of the Pentagon, NATO Southcom or Africom, looking at the military bases encircling Venezuela and also at the military cooperation between Brazil and the USA, we can safely conclude that we are drifting more and more away from freedom, from socialism, towards post-Orwellian world barbarism.