By Niara Terela Isley
May 3, 2010
Denver Extraterrestrial Contact Examiner
The above photo: NASA satellite image of the Gulf oil spill, from Fox 59.com article here: http://www.fox59.com/news/nationworld/os-oil-spill-florida-threat-20100427,0,2183521.story
This massive accident, that has been called “an underwater oil volcano,” is pumping an estimated 5,000 barrels of oil a day into the Gulf of Mexico – comes at a time when damage to this world’s ecosystem can least be afforded – and it underscores the need for full disclosure NOW.
Video: The U.S. Oil spill explained
The current disaster has triggered headlines like the following:
Video: Most unreported part of Gulf oil spill
As we can see from the above video report, some of the problems we face in this oil spill harken back to closed door meetings and de-regulation deals from the previous adminstration. Problems arise from secrecy, a lack of the oversight, checks and balances that are laid out in the U.S. Constitution for very good reason.
The cost to the environment, wildlife and wildlife habitats, to human beings in losses of work from the fishing industry – commercial and recreational – and to the tourism industry of the gulf coast will be impacted by this for years to come, perhaps for many decades or longer if no truly efficient means is created for cleaning the oil out of the water.
To think that there have been clean and free energy sources available from back-engineered extraterrestrial technologies, likely available since the 1960s or even earlier, that could have prevented this monumental disaster in the Gulf, makes this more than a tragedy. It makes the secrecy that keeps such technologies from the people of this world a criminal spectacle of unmitigated greed with far too high a price tag for Earth’s environment, its wildlife and its people.
The Exxon-Valdez disaster in Alaska in 1989, still is not cleaned up, nor that area recovered from that horrible incident over 20 years later. This Gulf of Mexico oil spill could easily eclipse the Exxon-Valdez spill by a very large margin.
The bottom line:
We must have disclosure.
We the people, and our Earth, cannot afford any more environmental disasters, particularly of this catastrophic magnitude. We need to divert the billions being given in bailouts, in sustaining wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the release and implementation of free and clean energy technologies without delay, and begin to face up to and deal with the various issues surrounding extraterrestrial disclosure.
And if contact between extraterrestrials and groups or factions within the government or military are a disclosed reality, then perhaps some other advanced technology could be then brought to bear to deal with the clean-up of this debacle in the Gulf of Mexico.