Inconsolable gulf 4 June 2010Posted by marisacat in 2012 Re Election, Culture of Death, DC Politics, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter, The Battle for New Orleans, WAR!.
Pelicans in harm’s way
Brown pelican eggs show the effect of the BP oil leak that began moving into Barataria Bay over the weekend. Thousands of pelicans, along with some terns, roseate spoonbills and herons, are nesting on a series of small mangrove and grass islands on the eastern side of the bay. Oil absorbing booms were placed around the rookeries sometime after Wednesday, but oil still managed to soak about the first six inches of the shorelines. Pelicans build nests of grass that rise more than a foot above the ground, but the eggs appear to be picking up oil from incubating parents who must swim through oil while foraging in the bay. May 23, 2010.
Shock Doctrine becomes a nursery school rhyme.
It’s getting so hard, yet only the beginning.
All these weeks of you posting your data, and now we shall see the chickens coming home to roost and getting tar-papered to the beach.
When the storms come there will be black swans and blackened eagles on every doorstep in America this side of the Rockies.
It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature, but it’s goddamn heinous to stick it in her ass.
Pardon that… but we haven’t even begun to see the anger and the grief.
This snuff movie will make Katrina seem like kiddie porn.
If Kafka were alive today he would die.
We are becoming inconsolable along the Gulf, because we can see it is getting worse and will get yet worse.
I hope this changes our country for the better because we won’t have anything else left.