Q&A: Is the slow sloppy response to the oil and gas leaks of the Gulf of Mexico helpful to depopulation plans?

Question by Trout: Is the slow sloppy response to the oil and gas leaks of the Gulf of Mexico helpful to depopulation plans?
Lets just say there are people out there who believe that the earth just has too many people on it and lets just say they are in a position to do something about that

Would that — ambition and those groups be served by a slow sloppy response to the oil leak ?

Would making refugees out of the residents of the deep south of the US by methane gas poisoning be helpful to their plan ?

Killing the plants in the sea — equals killing the fish — killing the fish the birds and removing a large chunk of the food chain —- will starve the top of the food chain out of existence if the gas they breath in doesn’t do the job

Is the slow sloppy response to the oil and gas leaks of the Gulf of Mexico helpful to depopulation plans ?

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Answer by Your Assistant
I think it is a right wing conspiracy to destroy America to make it a Fascist country with Glenn Beck its leader. I truly do.

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3 thoughts on “Q&A: Is the slow sloppy response to the oil and gas leaks of the Gulf of Mexico helpful to depopulation plans?

  1. I can see you are still out there Trouser Trout. Your intelligence is not predicated by your Yahoo Ranking. Like Ron White said “You can’t fix stupid”.

  2. I’ve begun to think there may be more to this whole thing just just an oil spill. Can’t exactly put my finger on what “it” is but this is beyond ridiculous already. What are we at day 62 @ 2.5 million gallons a day? You have got to be joking me.

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