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British Petroleum Restricting Access to Press

Posted by libhom Saturday, June 12, 2010

British Petroleum is keeping cleanup workers from talking to the press. I wonder what they are covering up.



  1. they got plenty to cover up --- and i believe the us govt somehow is "encouraging" this lack of access

  2. Anonymous Says:
  3. This reminds me of Jane Fonda's movie, ''The China Syndrome,'' wherein a utility company wanted to control the spin on the ''routine turbine trip,'' which turned out to be anything but.

  4. What are they covering up? That's easy! If the BP workers talked to the press, they would say:

    "This job will never end and the beaches will never get any cleaner. We keep shoveling away oily sand, but we know that we're shoveling shit against the tide. As soon as the tide comes in the beaches will be covered with oil again.

    "The public needs to know that this 'cleanup' is really only BP trying to clean up its public relations, because these beaches have been ruined for us, our children, and our children's children."

    "Every time they try to build a sandcastle, they'll dig down five inches and find three inches of oily sand."

    The above are not quotes from any actual BP workers and you'll never hear these quotes on the news, or read them in newspapers, because 'cleanup' workers are forbidden to tell the press the bad news.

    It's like they spilled battery acid in a child's eye's and now they're forbidding the doctors they've hired from talking with the child's parents!



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