Friday, April 05, 2013


I remember the infringments of the press and public after the BP disaster in the Gulf and now ExxonMobil pulls off the same stunt.  We really need to put a stop to these maneuvers by the "hidden" corporate state.
FAA Lets Exxon Decide Whether Aircraft Can Photograph Oil Spill, You Know, For Safety
by Fakakta South
1:20 pm April 4, 2013

The FAA has said that ONLY Tom Suhrhoff can tell planes at a thousand feet if they can be there, and Tom Suhrhoff works for ExxonMobil. NOTHING TO SEE HERE, GO AWAY. Of course this “keep the ‘free’ press out of our business” thing is as common as an oil spill here in these United States — the FAA did the same thing for BP in 2010 and surely they will do it again for the next multi-billion dollar corporation who has an oopsie with their noxious land-ground-ocean-water poisonous petroleum.

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