Kindra Arnesan on the BP Oil Disaster in the Gulf.

Posted: Monday, June 28, 2010 in Current Events, Life, Politics
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The following 15-minute video is pretty much all you need to know regarding what is happening on the front-lines of the BP Oil Disaster.  Kindra Arnes, a Venice, LA, native, delivers a mind-blowing account of her dealings with BP, and the effects the oil-giant’s spill has had on her community.  I know it’s a bit long, but I urge you to watch this video; you won’t find a more compelling human voice of this tragedy.

A great big thanks goes out to the Cajun Boy, for posting this.  My heart goes out to you, your people, and the rest of the Gulf Coast.

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Comments
  1. Donk says:

    Oh Dear, the things companies are willing to sacrifice for money. Let’s just hope karma bites BP’s butt off!

    Save the Kimberley’s, it’s also under threat of oil companies trying to destroy the wonder of Australia’s amazing North/West coast.

  2. johnnyC says:

    Hi Donk (by the way, LOVE your handle, especially now that I know you are from Australia. Who needs a gun when you have a Donk!)

    Anyway, I just wanted to thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog, and leave comments. May I ask how you came across The MMP?

    So regarding the whole BP Disaster, I’m glad you referenced the threats facing your wonderful coasts. Curbing the reach and influence of these oil companies is a global issues. These asshole oil companies will not rest until every last drop is taken out of the ground, and they seem more than content with ruining the environment in the process.
    More on all of this, coming soon.

    Again, thanks for reading and commenting. I promise to keep posting as much as possible.

    Peace.

    -jC aka the MMP

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