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  1. kombizz says:

    Poor animals who can NOT talk to human about their sufferring.
    I guess this event is very similar to Bhopal disasterwith this different that happened near to the USA’s soil.

  2. GJ says:

    All very well done. But and it’s a very big BUT. BP is no longer British Petroleum. It is just BP, it is a huge multi-national company made up of many other small companies. One of the companies being AMOCO (Standard Oil Company / American Oil Company). Funny how that isn’t mentioned by the American media isn’t it? The other thing that appears to be escaping the notice of the American media is that the rig was being operated by Transocean Ltd, once again another US company! Blame BP for the spill now, but in the near future the truth will out.
    BP played a part but Obama would do well to look closer to home for now.

  3. Adrian says:

    @ G3
    Wrong. Standard Oil/Amoco was bought out by BP, you dummy. They don’t mention it because Amoco doesn’t EXIST anymore.

    What the American media should mention is how we’re going to truly get out of these kind of messes in the future (i.e. wind, solar, natural gas).

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