IT'S JUST THE HAND OF GOD

GREETINGS,

  WE HAVE BEEN WATCHING NEWS ON THE GREAT OIL SPILL IN THE GULF.IT SEEMS THAT EVERYONE IS MONITORING THE EFFECTS AND THE MAGNITUDE OF ITS REACH. IT HAS GONE FURTHER THAN THOUGHT AND IS WORSE THAN PREVIOUSLY REPORTED.

 IT DESTROYED ANIMAL AND PLANT LIFE IN LOUISIANNA .THEN IT MOVED ON TO MISSISSIPPI DOING MORE OF THE SAME.THEREAFTER IT TOOK IT ANGER OUT ON ALABAMA…..NOW IT IS REEKING HAVOC ON FLORIDA,SPECIFICALLY ON THE WHITE BEAUTIFUL BEACHES ALONG THE GULD COAST,NAMELY PENSACOLA FLORIDA!!!

  THIS IS VERY SIGNIFIGANT TO ME. WHY? BECAUSE THE WHITES WHO LIVE ON THE BEACHES IN PENSACOLA HAVE INACTED EVERY LAW AND EVERY PROTICAL TO LIMIT BLACK PEOPLE FROM COMING ON TOSE BEACHES.T

  THEY HAVEUPPED THE TOLL.THEY HAVE CLOSED DOWN PUBLIC PARKING.THEY HAVE UPPED POLICE INCITEMENT AND POLICE HARRASSMENT. THEY HAVE PASSED ADDITIONAL ORDINANCES TO LIMIT BLACKS & LATINOS. YES THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR YEARS.

  NOW AN ANGRY GOD HAS TAKEN CONTROL OF A MANKIND MADE ERROR AND IS NOW USING IT TO DESTROY THE ECONOMIES,THE LIVELYHOODS OF THOSE IN THOSE ECONOMIES,THEIR ECOSYSTEMS ECT….

  THIS IS GOD IN PERSON WHO IS DIRECTING THIS….. NOW TO PENSACOLA…..EAT AND BE MERRY AT THE DISH THAT GOD HAS NOT MEETED OUT TO YOU:

BP spill spreads to Pensacola, Florida: White beaches blotted with oily tarballs

By Matthew Lysiak In Pensacola, Fla. and Corky Siemaszko
Daily News Staff Writers

Originally Published:Friday, June 4th 2010, 12:31 PM
Updated: Friday, June 4th 2010, 6:55 PM

Colten Pigott, 17, shows a tarball he colected along the shore at Pensacola Beach in Florida on Friday, June 4, 2010.

DelMundo for News

Colten Pigott, 17, shows a tarball he colected along the shore at Pensacola Beach in Florida on Friday, June 4, 2010.

The BP plague has spread to Pensacola.

Tourists and locals woke up Friday to disgusting oily tarballs despoiling their once pristine white sand beaches.

They knew oil from the ruptured rig deep in the Gulf of Mexico was heading their way.

They hoped that somehow they would be spared.

“It’s Armageddon right here in Pensacola,” Susan Pigott, 48, said as she walked her beloved beach with her 17-year-old son, Colten, picking up tar bells and placing them in a bucket.

“It’s sickening. It’s going to kill everything out here.”

Pigott said she has already scrubbed several oil-soaked birds – and expects to be washing many more. She, like many on the beach, wondered out loud why BP workers were not on their beach – cleaning up the mess they made…….MORE HERE

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