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Can someone help me out with the last few messages from OP? I have looked through 327 on up and must be missing them. What is the one on Odessa too?
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Can someone help me out with the last few messages from OP? I have looked through 327 on up and must be missing them. What is the one on Odessa too?
 Quoting: SR37

OP's last three posts
pg 338,342(Odessa),346

Odessa post.. Good day, on Wednesday my girlfriend told me that 14 European nations with russia china india and japan approved the Odessa Protocols at the embassy meeting. This morning the DED shows the change in DED signatures and that there are already 7 new vessels from the Odessa Fleet near the rim. 3 of the odessa fleet vessels are russian, 1 from germany and one from norway, 2 are from a salvage company registered in the netherlands and are not navy.
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I want to be very clear about the point I am making for the time when I can get back to post more to the story.

There exists indication that the Lands' End mail order house corp-o-rat owners in England are behind the mass murder going on in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a list of companies whose executives should be arrested, charged and prosecuted for murder:

British Petroleum
Transocean
Halliburton
Lands' End

I'll be adding some more.
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First, what set off this A/C (me) was an advertisement by Lands’ End in the June 2010 issue of Ladies' Home Journal. Reading material provided in my dentist's waiting room is limited. I freaked when I saw the ad. It is clearly an “in your face” on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. There is no other way to take it when you are US American from a Southeastern state.

The ad is in the June issue and it takes a long advance on ad copy to the publisher for print in these nationally distributed publications. This ad could not have been placed after the April 20th rig explosion and spill, but before. Based on information we now have and logical consequences, we surmise that the real spill happened in February and that the April 20th rig disaster was a planned mass murder to use as an excuse for the oil in the Gulf.

Lands’ End is a preppy mail order house and is also the name of a place on the shore of the Atlantic side of England. A lot of tourists visit there when England is on their itinerary.

The ad is full-page of a swimsuit model, clear ocean beach water with a float plane landing in the distance. At the top of the ad page:

“What’s on your Horizon?”

The body of the ad reads: “A break halfway around the world? ……. Quality and trusted value everywhere.”

The bottom of the ad page:

“That’s Lands’ End®”
“Guaranteed.Period®”

[Just in case the glp font doesn’t recognize the trademark symbol, the characters at the end of these two statements at the bottom of the page are registered trade marks.]

The ad is on page 33.

This ad is slamming the 33s and every Southern US citizen.

There is more and I’ll put that in a subsequent post.


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yup
now connect the current pins (WH info take down) with what you see here

this is worldwide and exploding into action
we better find a way to waken those still dozing right now!
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I want to be very clear about the point I am making for the time when I can get back to post more to the story.

There exists indication that the Lands' End mail order house corp-o-rat owners in England are behind the mass murder going on in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a list of companies whose executives should be arrested, charged and prosecuted for murder:

British Petroleum
Transocean
Halliburton
Lands' End

I'll be adding some more.
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Lands End...interesting.
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Hmm. I wonder if this could be one of those subs whizzing around under there.

Thread: Breaking! Wellhead hit and leaking oil into Marshes in Louisiana!
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Good day, on Wednesday my girlfriend told me that 14 European nations with russia china india and japan approved the Odessa Protocols at the embassy meeting. This morning the DED shows the change in DED signatures and that there are already 7 new vessels from the Odessa Fleet near the rim. 3 of the odessa fleet vessels are russian, 1 from germany and one from norway, 2 are from a salvage company registered in the netherlands and are not navy.
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I want to be very clear about the point I am making for the time when I can get back to post more to the story.

There exists indication that the Lands' End mail order house corp-o-rat owners in England are behind the mass murder going on in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a list of companies whose executives should be arrested, charged and prosecuted for murder:

British Petroleum
Transocean
Halliburton
Lands' End

I'll be adding some more.
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NALCO, producers of Corexit
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i'm missing something here, why is a company from Chicago specialising in sailing clothing to blame for the Gulf of Mexico disaster?
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i'm missing something here, why is a company from Chicago specialising in sailing clothing to blame for the Gulf of Mexico disaster?
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What you're missing is that you have to abandon all critical thinking to role play on this thread.

Get with the program.
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what if submarines looked like bagels?
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what if submarines looked like bagels?
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This whole thread is complete BS

bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag
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i'm missing something here, why is a company from Chicago specialising in sailing clothing to blame for the Gulf of Mexico disaster?
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Earlier post refers to an offensive Lands' End clothing ad in the June 2010 issue of Ladies' Home Journal and explains why the ad is offensive, mostly related to timing.

Officials of the clothing company Lands' End should be investigated for involvement in the Gulf oil spill to determine if there is a relationship with the owners of the Lands' End property in England for which the company is known as a namesake. Lands' End property owner, as cited in wiki:

"The current owners purchased Land’s End in 1996 and formed a company named Heritage Attractions Limited."
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The clothing company "Lands' End" placed the ad, not the property owner of Lands' End, the place in England.

More later.
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what if submarines looked like bagels?


This whole thread is complete BS

bsflag bsflag bsflag bsflag
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If you followed this thread, there was a lot of valuable scientific information presented, regardless of the credibility of the OP's messages, which I think were probably valid. But, if all you are seeing is BullShit, you might try wiping your glasses and come around to the other end of the critter where you can learn sumpin. It makes a difference where you focus your attention.
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Aaaaaaaaand the thread is petering out!
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"Posted on Jul 26, 2010 by marysharp.

UPDATE: After a record crest in Maquoketa this morning, the flood bulls-eye is moving to Anamosa later today.

The Maquoketa River crested in Maquoketa at 4:40 a.m. ....

Jackson County Emergency Management coordinator Lyn Medinger said he doesn’t anticipate any serious damage in Maquoketa. .......

“Everything’s playing out as planned,” Medinger said. “We went with everything as planned and we won.” "

[link to gazetteonline.com]
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I want to be very clear about the point I am making for the time when I can get back to post more to the story.

There exists indication that the Lands' End mail order house corp-o-rat owners in England are behind the mass murder going on in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a list of companies whose executives should be arrested, charged and prosecuted for murder:

British Petroleum
Transocean
Halliburton
Lands' End

I'll be adding some more.


NALCO, producers of Corexit
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Yes, will add. NALCO officials need to explain who ordered millions of gallons of Corexit and when, or what information was used to run that much product. Wonder if they operate JIT?
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i'm missing something here, why is a company from Chicago specialising in sailing clothing to blame for the Gulf of Mexico disaster?


What you're missing is that you have to abandon all critical thinking to role play on this thread.

Get with the program.
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I CAN'T STOP LAUGHING!!!
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To get this thread even farther off track, or possibly to bring to OP back for clarification. Has no one considered the Michigan 'leak' could be the sub that may have entered the rim carrying out its' mission. Hard to say anything is too far reaching in a thread of this magnitude, but had this happened (Michigan) a week and a half ago I think the equation would be quite clear.

To recap for those who haven't followed along, there were indications of an underwater tunnel leading north from the GOM. OP's reports indicated that a sub was preparing (thinking) to enter the 'rim'. There were graphs and charts and thinks and all kinda other fancy things (think Alice's Restaurant, lol) linked at the time.
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sailwx.info has 8 listings for vessels with "crescent moon" in the name, but they are all recreational boats, and don't have position data.
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Could you post a link to those vessels please ?
It would be strange if 1 of them was in the Gulf seen by a french sub ...

Does anyone knows what the name was of that vessel that damaged that oilwell (the new spill) ????
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To get this thread even farther off track, or possibly to bring to OP back for clarification. Has no one considered the Michigan 'leak' could be the sub that may have entered the rim carrying out its' mission. Hard to say anything is too far reaching in a thread of this magnitude, but had this happened (Michigan) a week and a half ago I think the equation would be quite clear.

To recap for those who haven't followed along, there were indications of an underwater tunnel leading north from the GOM. OP's reports indicated that a sub was preparing (thinking) to enter the 'rim'. There were graphs and charts and thinks and all kinda other fancy things (think Alice's Restaurant, lol) linked at the time.
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That Israeli sub wanted to enter a cave ... an entrance ... but it was blocked ...

I had also the idea that "crescent moon" could have had something to do with that new oilspill.

Wheater it is a minesweeper from 1940-1960 wich should be at Port Said in Egypt,
or a recreational vessel that entered the GOM on a stragtegic spot wich was seen by the french sub and reported on DED ...
We dont know !!!!
But maybe the "crescent moon message" was pointing at an other theater.
I have to check it again, but WHO reported the crescent moon? was there a name given of a sub or a captain? Coz there was talking about some subs and vessels joined togetter to undertake a mission (forming a FLEET) and probably using od spying on those old german escape routes ....

Dear OP, this is a tough cookie to crack !!!
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dont remember seeing a name but it was a tug boat

edit: Pere Anna C was the name of the tug

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I want to be very clear about the point I am making for the time when I can get back to post more to the story.

There exists indication that the Lands' End mail order house corp-o-rat owners in England are behind the mass murder going on in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a list of companies whose executives should be arrested, charged and prosecuted for murder:

British Petroleum
Transocean
Halliburton
Lands' End

I'll be adding some more.


NALCO, producers of Corexit


Yes, will add. NALCO officials need to explain who ordered millions of gallons of Corexit and when, or what information was used to run that much product. Wonder if they operate JIT?
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Seems as though it was already manufactured, packaged and transported to.... it was already processed, that is the only conclusion. Talking millions of gallons from the get go.
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what if submarines looked like bagels?
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ABSOLUTE CLASSIC! :D
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Good day, on Wednesday my girlfriend told me that 14 European nations with russia china india and japan approved the Odessa Protocols at the embassy meeting. This morning the DED shows the change in DED signatures and that there are already 7 new vessels from the Odessa Fleet near the rim. 3 of the odessa fleet vessels are russian, 1 from germany and one from norway, 2 are from a salvage company registered in the netherlands and are not navy.

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14 european + 4 (rus,chin,jap,ind)= 18 nations (144)


Odessa was/is a semi secret group of veterans and others who are suspected of all manner of skullduggery against the current government in Germany. They are rumored to want to continue the Third Reich. I have always been of the opinion that all they do is get together and drink lots of beer.

[link to elibrary.unm.edu]

the map on the Odessa Protocals looks like NWO domination map, dividing the spoils.....

anywho I found ODESSA and like it.

ODESSA, (from the German Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen, “Organization for Former SS Members”) is believed to have been an international Nazi network set up toward the end of World War II by a group of SS officers in order to avoid their capture and prosecution for war crimes. Several authoritative books by those involved in the U.S. War Crimes Commission (including T.H. Tetens and Joseph Wechsberg) have verified the organization's existence and provided details of its operations. Wechsberg studied Simon Wiesenthal's memoirs on ODESSA and verified them with his own experiences in the book The Murderers Among Us
. In the realm of fiction, Frederick Forsyth best-selling 1972 thriller The Odessa File brought the organization to popular attention (the novel was turned into a film starring Jon Voight). Forsyth's ODESSA smuggled war criminals to Latin America.

The purpose of ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as ratlines, for SS members out of Germany and Austria to South America and the Middle East.

In a note, persons claiming to represent ODESSA claimed responsibility for the 9 July 1979 car bombing in France, which was aimed at anti-Nazi activists Serge and Beate Klarsfeld.
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hey Hans et al

The Leage of Nations (number 14 in OP's message) and Odessa are linked !!!!See this google for the many results :
[link to www.google.nl]

Maybe OP is trying to tell that those countries decided to use these old "routes" ... on their way to THE MISSION.
If so then I told the US their secret :(
Sorry OP !
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ODESSA and CRESCENT MOON linked on 1 page ...

See highlights in text:
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

"The Goeben under the German flag at Constantinople in a neutral Turkey would be at best interred and of no future value or service to Germany. There was no way that they could steam back to Germany. Why not take advantage of the Turkish outrage and give them to Turkey, while at the same time they stayed officered and manned by the German crews. On August 16, 1914 the Crescent Moon flag of Turkey fluttered up the masts of Goeben and Breslau with Goeben becoming Yavuz Sultan Selim and Breslau becoming Medilli.

In September, although Turkey was still neutral, the Goeben and Breslau sortied into Black Sea looking for Russian ships to sink. At the same time the Russian Black Sea Fleet sortied to the Bosporus, looking to sink the new nominally Turkish warships, however no contact was made. On October 27, 1914 all of the seaworthy Turkish/German warships steamed to the Crimea to launch a preemptive attack on the Russian Fleet. A torpedo attack was launched upon the Russian ships in Odessa harbor on October 29. Goeben proceeded to Sevastopol to sink the Russian ships in this, the prime port of the Imperial Russian Black Sea Fleet. However, alerted by the attack on Odessa, land batteries drove her off. After this attack Russia declared war on Turkey on November 5, 1914."

So the Odessa-Protocols and Odessa Fleet are linked with Russia ... wich has the lead in the decyphering of the CargO ...


More interesting on ODESSA :
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

snippets :
- (...) it passed into the domain of the Ottoman Sultan in 1529 and remained in Ottoman hands until the Ottoman Empire's defeat in the Russo-Turkish War of 1792.
>>> Ottoman was connected with the Crescent Moon flag ...
- During the Soviet period it was the most important port of trade in the Soviet Union and a Soviet naval base. On January 1, 2000 the Quarantine Pier of Odessa trade sea port was declared a free port and free economic zone for a term of 25 years.
- The city of Odessa hosts two important ports: Odessa itself and Yuzhne (also an internationally important oil terminal), situated in the city's suburbs. Another important port, Illichivs'k, is located in the same oblast, to the south-west of Odessa. Together they represent a major transport hub integrating with railways. Odessa's oil and chemical processing facilities are connected to Russia's and EU's respective networks by strategic pipelines.
- Today Odessa is a city of more than 1 million people. The city's industries include shipbuilding, oil refining, chemicals, metalworking and food processing. Odessa is also a Ukrainian naval base

ODESSA and ISRAEL & USA connection :
- Following the Siege of Odessa, and the Axis occupation, approximately 25,000 Odessans (mostly Jews) were murdered in the outskirts of the city and over 35,000 deported. Most of the atrocities were committed during the first six months of the occupation which officially began on 17 October 1941, after the bombing of the Romanian HQ and the subsequent brutal response of the Romanian military.[9] After this time period, the Romanian administration changed its policy, refusing to deport the remaining Jewish population to extermination camps in German occupied Poland, and allowing Jews to work as hired labourers. As a result, despite the tragic events of 1941, the survival of the Jews in this area was higher than in other areas of occupied eastern Europe. During the 1960s and 1970s the city grew tremendously. Nevertheless, the majority of Odessa's Jews emigrated to Israel, the United States and other Western countries between the 1970s and 1990s. Many ended up in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brighton Beach, sometimes known as "Little Odessa".

Odessa has many international relations.
Odessa is twinned, has sister and partner relationships with many other cities throughout the World



So an ODESSA fleet and protocols are not hard to mention in this situation, between the participating nations and country's ... even Israel ....
Odessa is connected with oil and gaspiplines and chemical processing facilities ... in russia and the EU.

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Goodnight all !!!!

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I want to be very clear about the point I am making for the time when I can get back to post more to the story.

There exists indication that the Lands' End mail order house corp-o-rat owners in England are behind the mass murder going on in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is a list of companies whose executives should be arrested, charged and prosecuted for murder:

British Petroleum
Transocean
Halliburton
Lands' End

I'll be adding some more.


NALCO, producers of Corexit


Yes, will add. NALCO officials need to explain who ordered millions of gallons of Corexit and when, or what information was used to run that much product. Wonder if they operate JIT?



Seems as though it was already manufactured, packaged and transported to.... it was already processed, that is the only conclusion. Talking millions of gallons from the get go.
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We don't know when BP started disbursement of Corexit and whether they had it on hand in February to use with the fracked seabed from Well "A"

Best guess is BP fracked the seabed by drilling "A" then told NALCO they needed millions of gallons of Corexit. BP and US government agencies moved to conspire and plan a position to tell the public about the oil spilling without accepting blame. Suggest:

Feb - Cracked seabed
Feb - Order millions of gallons of Corexit
Feb - Conspire to cover up responsibility
Mar - Word of spill is out and stock moves
Mar - Bottom-feeders start manipulations for position
Mar - Bottom-feeders negotiate for an spill cleanup company
Apr - Early in month Corexit is delivered
Apr - Early in month public starts seeing leading articles
Apr 20th - Explosion and blowout, then rig sinks destroying all evidence of the crime perpetrated at DWH.

The Lands' End in-our-face "Horizon" advertisement in a June issue of a national magazine tilts the scale toward English(UK) involvement and conspiracy to commit murder to coverup the February oil spill.

June issues are delivered in May, printed at a minimum of several weeks prior to delivery. The ad would had to have been placed with the publishers ad department before the April 20th explosion and before the public had knowledge of a huge oil spill in the Gulf.

The only other possibility for the buildup to the oil disaster is to accuse BP of staging the fracking of the seabed when it applied in March 2009 for permits for Well "A" and "B." That thought is so horrendous I don't want to go there. If the spill was planned in '09, then perhaps the millions of gallons of NALCO was ordered at that time for immediate disbursement on the Well "A" spill. How long does it take to produce millions of gallons of Corexit?

In any event, NALCO officials have to be complicent with the effort to hide the first spill from the public, which set the stage for the murder of the rig workers on the Deepwater Horizon Rig.
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I'm still here also...but want to know...does everyone trust BP that this well is capped and no longer leaking? I don't...why??? because IF it was done so easily....then why did it have to leak for so long before it was taken care of? Seems to me, it could/should have been done w/in a few days, or a week at most..I'm basically suspicious of the whole thing, from start to finish...
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i'm missing something here, why is a company from Chicago specialising in sailing clothing to blame for the Gulf of Mexico disaster?



Earlier post refers to an offensive Lands' End clothing ad in the June 2010 issue of Ladies' Home Journal and explains why the ad is offensive, mostly related to timing.

Officials of the clothing company Lands' End should be investigated for involvement in the Gulf oil spill to determine if there is a relationship with the owners of the Lands' End property in England for which the company is known as a namesake. Lands' End property owner, as cited in wiki:

"The current owners purchased Land’s End in 1996 and formed a company named Heritage Attractions Limited."
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The clothing company "Lands' End" placed the ad, not the property owner of Lands' End, the place in England.

More later.
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I am suggesting that a clothing company with offices in Chicago may be involved in the Gulf oil spill, in part due to current/past connections in the UK. The Lands’ End clothing company placed an advertisement in a US nationally distributed magazine ridiculing the oily water and mayhem going on in the Gulf of Mexico, which has beaches that once were a major tourist destination.


Is Lands’ End clothing company directly connected to the ownership of the place of Lands’ End, England?

There was a connection (15 years ago), according to Welsh locals seining for evers around midnight on the River Wye between England and Wales. On a visit to England, and driving to stay on the coast of Wales, we crossed the river on the border late at night and there were many vehicles parked and the riverbank was covered with people. We parked on the bridge (got a ticket for that) asked and was told it was time for the annual run of evers. A truck with two water tanks was parked near the bridge and every body was sitting on the Wales side of the bank, visiting and talking, waiting with their nets for the evers to run.

We sat with a group of Welsh, waiting with them to watch the evers come in. They liked our accent, said we sounded like Beverly Hillbillies and wanted to know which part of the US we were from. They were surprised that we were from a coastal state. They remarked they’d like to visit the US and I asked why and was told it was because in the US everything is like Disneyland. We talked about their country and how they were mostly coastal people. They brought up that Lands’ End was popular for visitors, “You should go there.” They expressed that they were proud that a large mail-order company Lands’ End, was based on/in, or came from Lands’ End, England.

It was the Welsh fishers who told me that Lands’ End, the company, was from Lands’ End, England. Can I believe them? I think so.


Is it about cap and trade? Ooooogle the current owners of the place named Lands’ End: “Heritage Attractions Limited” and click and you’ll be directed to “Welcome to Heritage Great Britain PLC.” Under a slide show read this statement: “Heritage Great Britain PLC is ... committed to maintaining and developing the country's heritage sensitively and responsibly for the benefit of all....”

A link at the bottom of the page carries you to an “Environmental and Energy Efficiency Statement” which is basically a statement on carbon emissions. It is well established that a number of elitist want cap on carbon emissions and public trade on the carbon “credits” as a means of financial control of countries around the world and their production.

We have the PLC owner of Lands’ End, the place in England with a statement supporting carbon emissions. A lot of people openly suggest that the oil spill in the Gulf was an intentional act to set up for “cap and trade.”


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