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A Poem By J. Webster
What’s the worry, what’s the fuss.
Drones kill you, drones kill me.
We’re all not free, till no drones can you see.
Children look at bombs from the sky
Oops! They’re dead, oh me, oh my….
Is it worth it…to get bad guys?
I’d say not, when you see the children’s eyes.
Afraid to look, at the crack of dawn.
A town was once here, but now it’s gone.
So much destruction from afar
Half of a house, the remains of a car.
Why are they killing us? What do they care
About our daily life. How can they dare…
To know what we think, what we feel in our hearts.
Presuming we’re bad, are they lacking in smarts.
Stupid, uncaring, fearful and mean
Or perhaps they’ve been sheltered
And just haven’t seen.
Or they listen to Fox, instead of real news.
No consciousness at all, no sign of the blues.
In schools they don’t learn what’s wrong from what’s right.
We allow our kids to play war games and fight.
that we don’t feel their pain.
We kill them for greed and for our own gain.
But suppose we’re the victims, bombs dropping on us?
What would we do when they turn us to dust?
Would we be strong, would we play fair?
How would WE hide from drones in OUR air?
But wait I forgot….WE don’t really care!
Dateline: Playa Vista
Inside Scoop on the Recent Gas Explosion at Playa Vista Bluffs
Latest Information on this Disaster!
Claims Thousands of People Possibly Poisoned By Toxic Gas and Will Suffer Permanent Brain Damage
On Sunday January 6, 2013, something went terribly wrong at the Southern California Gas Company’s Plant below the bluffs of Playa del Rey. This is the unlicensed plant that compresses gas into a huge underground cavern under tremendous pressure. A huge fireball shot into the sky, over 100 feet, and burned for about an hour. Meanwhile an unknown amount of gas spread over the area for miles, forcing some people to evacuate their homes. Our whistle-blower, “Mr. X” lays out what is known at the present time about this massive blow-out that is being downplayed by the rest of the media. Get the real story here at Southland News Bureau.
“Mr. X” says that if the released gas contained Hydrogen Sulphide, then possibly thousands of people will suffer permanent brain damage. According to the CDC in a U.S. Government document, (http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxfaqs/tf.asp?id=388&tid=67) even a brief exposure to high concentrations (greater that 500ppm) can cause a loss of consciousness and possible death. Environmental groups are calling for more oversight of the Gas Plant, some are even asking that the Plant be closed down because gas is always leaking from the underground caverns. This is occurring because hundreds of old oil wells in the area have most likely punctured the geologic formation and are allowing the gas to continuously seep out. Watch the series “Poisoned Paradise” for more information on this subject.
Dateline: Playa del Rey
The Southern California Gas Company Plant That Compresses Gas Into the Underground Caverns Storage Suffers an Explosion.
Flames Shoot 100 Feet into the Air
Explosion Rocks Playa Vista – Gas Spreads for Miles Around
The Southern California Gas Company, in one of their most spectacular spins of all time, claimed that the disastrous explosion and possible valve failure that spread gas across the south bay was an “unplanned” release of gas. Using this spin/propaganda word so the public will associate the word “unplanned” with “unscheduled”, a simple mistake to “burn off” unwanted gas, the Gas Company has now reached the propaganda pinnacle of Nazi Spin Docktor Herr Joseph Goebbels, who tried to convince the German people that Adolf Hitler was just a choirboy. The question of what exactly is an “unplanned release” should be answered in a rational world. When your family is all sitting around the dining room table having Thanksgiving dinner and old grandma lets rip a loud fart, it would be polite to call that an “unplanned release of noxious gas”. The event of last Sunday was nothing more than a major blow out, spewing poisonous and dangerous gas for miles around. It is a miracle that the gas did not ignite in a bigger way and blow the entire plant into a million pieces. Here’s some photos and videos of the plant and the event, as we know it at this moment. Shame on the Gas Company for trying to hide behind spin instead of telling the truth.
Dateline Playa Vista
The Award Winning Report on the Gas and Cancer-Causing Health Hazards of Playa Vista Has Disappeared From the KNBC Website Completely.
Does Anyone Have A Copy?
Back in 2005 KNBC aired part 1 of a series on the gas and cancer-causing health problems at Playa Vista, called “Burning Questions”. This was a long report for a local station, something like 9 minutes. Some wags say that 9 minutes challenges the attention span of the average viewer, who can’t focus on anything more than 30 seconds. This series of 3 reports and 2 updates won the Peabody Award for excellence in television broadcasting. If you don’t know what the Peabody Award is, here’s the Wikipedia definition:
Part 1, the main report has disappeared from the KNBC website. We couldn’t find it on the net, even the great Grassroots Coalition links from their website are broken. In addition, the video from the 2 follow-up updates are also gone, although the transcripts are still there.
So here is another burning question: Why doesn’t KNBC keep their video on the net for this great report? One thought is that they are “out of room on their website”. If that is the case, why not delete some fluff, which they have plenty of these days, and keep the Peabody Award report on forever, especially now when the Playa Vista story is heating up again? In fact, the Playa Vista story is literally exploding, the gas flames shooting up 100 feet or more in the air and sending gas fumes out for miles, scaring residents of the area. Southland News Bureau is posting the video of Part 2 and Part 3 of the KNBC reports and is looking for a video clip of Part 1. Meanwhile, follow our own Southland News special reports on Playa Vista and other Los Angeles Oil and Gas hot spots.
Links to the NBC Stories on Burning Questions
Part 1 Aired May 25, 2005 Video Removed from KNBC site.
Burning Questions Update July 28, 2006 http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Burning_Questions_Investigation_Update.html(no video, only text)
Burning Questions Followup October 27, 2005 http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/October_2005_Burning_Questions_Followup.html(no video, only text)
Poisoned Paradise Part 4
Dateline: Playa Vista
The huge development of Playa Vista was built over the old Los Angeles river bed, now known as Ballona Creek. It is also built over an area of oil and gas fields. The area is so dangerous with methane and deadly chemicals from oil and gas that environmental studies pronounced that nothing should ever be built there. That didn’t stop Goldman Sachs from financing developers to build this massive site, literally a small city. According to our whistle blower, no environmental impact report was ever filed, and despite 10 years of litigation and a half million dollars in attorneys fees, the courts looked the other way and allowed the project to be built. The City of Los Angeles, ignoring its responsibilities, allowed the project to be built because it has greatly benefited (as has the County) from the millions of dollars of property tax revenue pouring in. Forget the dangers to public health, the environment, the aquifers, or anything else, the greed of the County and City for tax revenue over-shadows the lives of those who will get sick and die. The developers and financiers have reaped a fortune on Playa Vista and are continuing to build ever more condos on the site to this very day. The American Indians, whose burial grounds were torn up during this building frenzy, have allegedly said there is a curse on the site. The money made by developers, the City, the County, and the financiers, could be called “blood money” if predicted death and destruction follows. Follow this incredible story of greed and reckless development in Part 4 of Poisoned Paradise.