Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Huey Long Vs.BP'S,City of London's Agent Sabatour,Lousiana Dictator BobbyJindal Joins Exxon Petroleum Traffickers Against People,Environment Like Barack Obama

Huey Long Vs BP'S,City of London's Agent Sabatour,Lousiana Dictator BobbyJindal Joins Exxon Petroleum Traffickers Against People,Environment Like  Barack Obama

  • Did Jindal tell us his brother's law firm represents BP before ...


    Jun 9, 2014 - Bobby Jindal conveniently manages to look the other way instead of being ... Jindal to veto the law because of the threat to the pending BP litigation. .... http://louisianavoice.com/2014/06/09/did-jindal-tell-us-his-brothers-law- ...
  • Governor Jindal Signs Bill Helping BP | Gulf Restoration ...

    Jun 6, 2014 - Governor Jindal's legacy may well be having let BP off the hook for their damage to Louisiana, as well as all the other oil and gas companies ..
  • Bobby Jindal signs bill to kill lawsuit against oil, gas ...


    The Times‑Picayune
    Jun 6, 2014 - Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal signed a bill aimed at killing a New Orleans ... The governor doesn't believe the new law will affect BP claims.
  • How Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal Made a Lawsuit ...


    Jun 18, 2014 - How Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal Made a Lawsuit Against His Top ... local claims against BP for damages and tax revenue lost following ...
  • Something Like the Truth | GovBobby Jindal (R-BP): His ...

    Jun 8, 2014 - Blogger Lamar White has produced a must-read post about GovBobby Jindal's and the Legislature's shocking betrayal of Louisiana's coastal ...
  • And being a BP,City of London prostitute and an Indian  puppet of the British Empire that perhaps still rules India in many wayss he is a traitor to India and an agent sabatour and an agent of foreiegn governments and interests.He feed his right wing religious pabum to the ignorant Zionist brainwashed 'Christian' fundies of Lousinana and rightfully laughs behind their backs whiole taking orders like Barack Obama who also serves the British empire and who hwe cynically casllked a 'nigger' for doing so.I would be greatly pleased to see British Empire's and BP's house Indian Jindal replaced by a real African American from Louisiana.Same goes for UK's 'nigger' in the White House Barack Obama aka Bary Soetoro aka......

    1. Jew Watch - Jewish Leaders - Hyam Salomon


      Karl Jacob Weiss was the Jewish assassin of Senator Huey Long of Lousiana. FDR and the Zionist Bankers could not let an upstart from Louisiana stop their ... by a group of Jewish advisors, who were ultimately controlled by the Rothschilds.

    1. Speeches by Huey P. Long and Father Edward Coughlin 1935


      This is Huey P. Long, United States Senator from Louisiana, talking over a National ..... for Catholic, Protestant, Jew and irreligionist to solve a common problem. .... Him with the Rothschilds in Europe, the Lazzere in France, the Warburgs, the ...

    2. Why did Obama use the N-word to describe his grandfather ...


      Fox News Channel
      Sep 11, 2012 - Why did President Obama, the first African American president in US history, use the ... "Uncle Tom," and "House nigger" to describe someone he detests. ... Onyango Obama was born around 1895, the very year the British ...

    3. wolfblitzzer0: UK Nigger Barack Obama,Serco:Outsourcing ...


      Oct 30, 2013 - Why Barack Obama doesn't much care for Britain – Telegraph Blogs ... call the shots and Barack is the very 'nigger' he accused his grandfather ...

    4. wolfblitzzer0: Rothschild,Winston Churchill And Jewish ...


      Sep 22, 2014 - 24/4/2014 - Barack Obama is a prostitute of the very Zionist Britishelites who ruled ... very same elites he called his grandfather a 'nigger' for serving them. ... Calder Walton's book Empire of Secrets tells the story of Britain's ...

    5. Oil spills. Poverty. Corruption. Why Louisiana is America's ...

      www.washingtonpost.com › Opinions

      The Washington Post
      Jul 18, 2010 - Huey P. Long, the famous Louisiana populist, launched his political ... Americans may be torn up by the BP oil spill and its destruction of the ...


    Exxon joins Jindal to face Dr. Mud in wetlands legal fight

    By Alex Nussbaum
    Paul Kemp moved to Louisiana in the 1970s, a young geologist fascinated by the Mississippi Delta and eager to “get some mud between my toes.”
    Forty years later, he’s neck-deep in political muck, the central figure in a bayou power struggle challenging Governor Bobby Jindal and the world’s biggest energy companies.
    Kemp sits on a New Orleans levee board that’s suing 90 oil and natural gas producers. The suit claims that decades of drilling and dredging helped destroy the coastal marshes that shield the region from floods. The repair bill may cost the companies billions.
    The attack on the state’s largest industry triggered a swift backlash. Four of the nine board members have been replaced with people who’ve said they would drop the suit, and Kemp, 60, may be next to go. Whether he keeps his seat, which could be decided in the coming weeks, may determine how much companies including Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM), BP Plc (BP/) and Chevron Corp. (CVX) will be required to help shoulder the costs for shoring up what’s become North America’s fastest-vanishing coastline.
    “The stakes are huge,” said Oliver Houck, a professor at Tulane University Law School who supports the lawsuit. Without industry’s contribution, “we don’t have the money to keep the levees going.”
    Louisiana’s vast network of levees and wetlands are critical to protecting the low-lying region from hurricanes, and the state has proposed a 50-year, $50 billion “master plan” to stabilize the coast and improve flood protection.
    ‘Hijacked’ Board
    Jindal, a Republican, has said the levee board has been “hijacked by a group of trial lawyers,” and the state’s political leaders, backed by an industry that employs 65,000 Louisianans, say the case is jeopardizing their chances of winning private-sector support.
    “It makes it really hard for us to come to the table after they’ve sued us,” said Chris John, a former U.S. congressman who now leads the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association. “This is all about a rogue agency with a very small number of trial lawyers that’s decided to go after the industry.”
    The levee board, officially the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East, was created after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005. It voted unanimously to sue dozens of oil, gas and pipeline operators in July 2013, saying extensive damage to the wetlands had rendered the levee system unworkable.
    The lawsuit, now in U.S. District Court in New Orleans, demands companies restore the canals carved through the delta, or make restitution another way.
    Second Term
    Kemp has been nominated for a second term on the board, leaving the next move to Jindal. State law won’t let the governor reject the nomination, but he can ask the state Senate to do so.
    Jindal opposes the lawsuit “because it’s a waste of taxpayer dollars” and exceeds the board’s authority, Shannon Bates, the governor’s spokeswoman, said in an e-mail.
    The focus is now on Kemp, a former Louisiana State University researcher appointed by Jindal to the board in 2011.
    Kemp moved to the state from Long Island, New York, in 1975, drawn by the confluence of the Mississippi River and the Gulf Coast, where “you can watch geology happen in real time,” he said. He spent years tramping through the swamps and flying overhead, measuring sedimentation rates and cataloging the flow of nutrients through the soil. “My kids called me the Mud Doctor.”
    Deteriorating Delta
    Even then, the region was “in a state of deterioration,” Kemp said during a seaplane tour over the delta. “It’s only now that it’s seen as a tragedy, as something that needs to change.”
    The industry “reaped a lot of benefits from its time out here,” he said. “There’s no question they’ve contributed significantly to the damage. The hope is they’d be part of the restoration.”
    From the air, the decimation of the coast is clear, however one parcels out the blame. Wetlands that once covered much of the state’s southern reaches — and buffered New Orleans — have been replaced by open seas. The remaining marshes are crisscrossed by oil and gas canals.
    About 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers) of channels have been carved through the area to haul equipment in and pipe petroleum out, said Gene Turner, an oceanographer at LSU in Baton Rouge.
    Lost Land
    Louisiana has lost 40 percent of its coastal area since 1956, according to figures from the U.S. Geological Survey. The region is receding at about 17 square miles a year.
    Energy production isn’t the only cause. Hurricanes, rising seas and upstream levees that cut off the supply of sediment also play a role. Most researchers cite industry operations for at least a third of the loss, perhaps as much as 90 percent, said Turner.
    “We’ve significantly changed the amounts of water coming in, through and around these wetlands,” he said. “If you left the hose running on your lawn and overwatered it, you’d have a dead lawn. If you didn’t water it enough, you’d have a dead lawn. And we’ve done both.”
    The industry acknowledges it’s had an impact, said John, the trade group president. Still, drillers were following the environmental rules in place at the time and had government permits, he said. Retroactive punishment isn’t fair, he said.
    ‘Multiple Causes’
    Energy companies, already contribute handsomely in Louisiana, said Greg Beuerman, a spokesman for defendants in the lawsuit. Industry taxes and fees account for almost a fifth of the state operating budget, while companies have spent “millions” on individual wetlands projects, he said.
    “The problem of wetlands loss is very real, it has multiple, multiple causes and it needs to be addressed collaboratively, not by singling out one particular entity,” Beuerman said.
    Starting in 2017, Washington will also dedicate as much as $500 million a year in offshore royalty payments to coastal restoration, he said. Lawsuit supporters say that merely shifts payments the industry already owes to the government, diverting money from other parts of the federal budget.
    Exxon, Chevron and BP, all named in the suit, referred questions to Beuerman or their trade groups in the state.
    The lawsuit doesn’t put a price tag on restoring “each and every” canal carved through the delta over the decades. More troubling for industry may be the prospect that other cases will follow. Already, two Louisiana parishes have filed similar lawsuits.
    State legislators from both parties, meanwhile, voted in May to block the levee board’s litigation. The levee board is challenging that move as unconstitutional.
    ‘Very Serious Money’
    Potential damages from the industry are “certainly in the billions,” said John Barry, a former board member who championed the litigation. He wasn’t reappointed after his term expired last year.
    “If the flood authority were to win, I believe other jurisdictions in the state would have a fiduciary responsibility to do what we did. And then you get into very, very serious money.”
    Kemp has experience on both sides of Louisiana’s coastal debates. He was part of a team of scientists who studied the levees’ failure post-Katrina and later testified on behalf of flood victims who sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
    In 2007, he was named director of the National Audubon Society’s Gulf Coast Initiative. Three years later, he raised eyebrows by suggesting the society could allow some drilling on a nature preserve to raise funds for fighting erosion.
    Now an environmental consultant for local governments and nonprofits, Kemp said his business has suffered from the lawsuit controversy. That hasn’t changed his mind.
    “Even in the governor’s office, they’re quite convinced of the science behind this,” he said. “It is almost inevitable that the industry will have to pay at some point. The only question is when?”


    1. Oil spills. Poverty. Corruption. Why Louisiana is America's ...

      www.washingtonpost.com › Opinions

      The Washington Post
      Jul 18, 2010 - Huey P. Long, the famous Louisiana populist, launched his political ... Americans may be torn up by the BP oil spill and its destruction of the ...

    2. http://www.jewwatch.com/jew-leaders-wiess-karl-jacob-huey-long-assassin.html

    3. This article appeared freely on the Internet on November 11, 2006 at http://judicial-inc.biz/H.uey_long.htm and is archived here only for scholarship, research, and personal use by those previously requesting it in accordance with the "fair use" provision in Title 17 Section 107 of the copyright law.
      Louisiana Senator Huey Long  
      At Age 42

      Louisiana Capitol Where Huey Was Shot to Death by Zionist Conspirator Karl Weiss
      Paid Jewish Assassin of Senator Huey Long

       Karl Jacob WeissJewish Mossad Assassin of Huey Long
      To Stop Opposition to the Zionist Banking Conspiracy

      Had Huey Long Run for President, FDR Feared Losing the Election
      Just Another Zionist Assassination
      Long was assassinated because he was one of the most charismatic leaders of the 1930s, and he was going to run for president. He could have easily defeated Roosevelt, and would have put International Jewry back 200 years.
      Louisiana History
      Louisiana, because of the Mississippi, was the gateway to the south, and Jewish traders arrived as early as 1730.
      The great Jewish migration of the1880s swamped the country, and they quickly took control. In1913 they had passed the Federal Reserve Act, started Wall Street, the ADL, took us into WW1, collapsed the economy in 1929.
      They installed Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Franklin Roosevelt.
      Who Was Huey Long?
      Huey “Kingfish” Long, was governor of Louisiana in 1928, who became a U.S. Senator in 1932, and assassinated in1935. As Senator, Long supported Roosevelt in the beginning but eventually became aware of the depression was a result of deliberate Federal Reserve policy. He recognized the real beneficiaries of the depression were certain sectors who were buying stocks, bonds real estate and American businesses hand over fist.
      August 1935 Long Announces His Presidential Campaign
      The wealth was being transferred from working Americans to these select few. Long proposed the "Share Our Wealth"program which said that no individual family could hold more than $ 5 mil in wealth and receive more than $ 1 mil in annual income.
      Roosevelt Saw An Enemy
      Huey Long, an accomplished orator and statesman, had pointed out many of the fallacies of Roosevelt and the New Deal  (Jew Deal), and many people were starting to listen. Roosevelt had become alarmed at Huey Long, as the Great Depression threatened to catapult Long into the Presidency.
      FDR had actually made some threats, and in March of 1935 Long made a broadcast and had it put in the congressional record.
      Roosevelt's Controllers
      He was controlled by a group of Jewish advisors, who were ultimately controlled by the Rothschilds. Names like Baruch, Oppenheimer, Loeb, Morganthau, Frankfurter.
      They weren't going to let some 'Firebrand Southerner' become president at this critical juncture.
      The assassination  
      On Sunday, September 8, 1935, Huey Long was at the capital building in Baton Rouge. He was attending a session called by Judge Benjamin Pavy, one of Long's political enemies. As Long walked down a corridor, a Dr. Carl Weiss ( Pavy’s son in law ) walked up to him and shot him in the abdomen.
      His body guards shot the Jewish doctor over thirty times.

      He Was Shot In The Capital
      Long was shot, and collapsed in a stairwell. He was muttering - "Why did he shoot me?"
      Rushed To Hospital
      He was brought to Lady of The Lake hospital.
      Doctor Vidrine
      Huey Long's wound was not life threatening, but the bullet hit a kidney, and that caused blood poison. Two surgeons were arriving from New Orleans, when Dr Authur Vidrine, a Jewish physician declared that he would have to perform emergency surgery before they had a chance to arrive.
      When the two surgeons arrived they were appalled at Vidrine's obvious and calculatingly incompetent job. They openly stated he was an accomplice.
      Louisiana's Greatest Governor
      His state tax system basically used the wealthy to pay for Louisiana schools. Long took Louisiana's illiteracy rate from 22%, and brought it down to 5%.  The road system went from 300 miles to 3200 miles of paved roads.
      His Presidential Promises
      He would restrict the Federal Reserve, redistribute the wealth by taxing wealthy individuals and corporations.
      The Historical Aftermath
      Today, Huey Long is portrayed as a corrupt philandering womanizer. There is even an attempt to rewrite the assassination by a F Morris Grevenberg, who claims that Weiss got in an argument with Long, and Long's bodyguards shot an innocent Jew.
      Grevenberg claims Long was shot by his own bodyguards.
      The 1936 Election Was Historically Monumental
      The country was in the depths of the depression, and they would be given two choices for President. Roosevelt was a wealthy aristocratic Jew, and a borderline communist. On the other hand, Huey Long was a gifted self made man, who came from a poor background, had Louisiana's success story as credentials, and was a superb orator. Audio
      If Long would have won, there would have been no WW-2, and communism would have been contained. The illicit gains from the 1929 depression would have been redistributed.
      Huey Long had to be killed. A three minute video.

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