Sunday, July 18, 2010

From Plutonian Mac blog:



The below was re-posted [from here]

Get up to Date on Gulf Disaster with Kindra Arnesen on Hardtail News Radio, Full Interview

Kindra Arnesen, outspoken critic of BP from Venice, Louisiana and advocate for the fishermen of the Gulf Coast and their families, indeed for all families in trouble from the oil catastrophe in the Gulf, was interviewed live on Hard Tail News of Freedomizer Radio by regular host "Doc" on July 15th. The topics include the new cap, BP coverups and double-crosses, toxic rain, oil plumes and hurricane impacts on the oil disaster.

Here is her hour interview with Doc in five parts:

PART 1:



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This blogger rants, as does author Mac McKinney, on OpedNews.com. My rant this morning:
http://www.opednews.com/Diary/Anatomy-of-Blacklisting-in-by-Steven-G-Erickson-100718-70.html

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BP Oil Spill Photos


Text with video:
SvenVonErick | July 15, 2010

more info (view illegal BP Oil Spill photos): http://starkravingviking.blogspot.com...

Why should it be a felony to take pictures of oil soaked birds, and seemingly, no crime, to soak the birds in oil?

The US Government is brought to you by corporations like BP run by banksters.

Excerpt from above link:


Note: The descriptions are Elinoff's and/or of the sources from which he obtained them. However, I have edited to remove many of Elinoff's editorial comments and arguments regarding BP's wrongful actions or potential future scenarios, to focus on the present effects of the oil spill itself.

All photographs and text are copyright of their respective owners. They are being reproduced under the Fair Use exception to copyright law, 17 U.S.C. ยง 107, as it is for educational purposes and is intended as political commentary on important social events of the day.

In addition, use of such images is also protected under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Specifically, reproduction is protected under the "Mai Lai/Zapruder line of cases", since: (1) The images are of historical significance; (2) They show facts which cannot be conveyed effectively in any other manner, and (3) Therefore the Constitution trumps copyright law.

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