Many foreign offers to help with oil spill still hanging, website indicates
Press-Register [Mobile, AL], by Sean Reilly
Posted: 6/19/2010 2:05:38 PM
Washington — Some 28 foreign countries and international organizations have offered help in responding to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, but the bulk of those overtures remain "under consideration," according to a tally posted on the U.S. State Department's website. On May 10, for example, the United Arab Emirates offered to send oil skimmers, dispersant and containment boom, along with human and technical support, the website says. As of Friday, no decision had been made on any of those propositions, the site indicates. Also pending for more than a month are offers of containment boom and skimmers
The plan: let the spill get so far out of control that we'll give a meek OK when they ram "green, sustainable, clean energy" down our throats.
It's the same tactic they've used for years with so-called Guest Workers: allow the problem to get so out of control that we'll give a meek OK to "comprehensive amnesty."
Here is the U.S. State Dept's Web site for the foreign oil sucker ship listing: