EPA Intentionally Sabotaged The Colorado River Basin

Once again the Obama administration is actively working to destroy the US.


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12 Responses to EPA Intentionally Sabotaged The Colorado River Basin

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven aka Tony, for documenting Big Brother’s defeat.

    Thank you, Steven aka Tony, for documenting Big Brother’s defeat by REALITY of the Divine Force used in the Creation, Destruction & Preservation of atoms, lives and worlds in the solar system five billion years (5 Ga) ago !

    NEUTRON REPULSION was hidden from the public seventy years (1945-2015) ago, after destroying the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.


    NEUTRON REPULSION in the core of the Sun was Kuroda’s assurance worldwide human tyranny would fail.


    Again, thank you for documenting that event.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel

  2. inMAGICn says:

    I commented on this on one of the earlier posts. From what I gather now, this was a regular cock-up with EPA doing things a bit cavalierly and without really good knowledge of the problem and procedures. It is early, however, and many things can go wrong in mine cleanups. So, I’m waiting for more info.
    But. that’s the problem: can we expect the good skinny from the government agency that done the bad thang?

    • omanuel says:

      This is not GROSS INCOMPETENCE, but CAREFULLY CRAFTED DECEIT like the decision to change the internal composition of stars from:

      1. Mostly iron (Fe) in 1945 to
      2. Mostly hydrogen (H) in 1946

      Changing stars from:

      3. Hydrogen (H) producers in 1945 to
      4. Hydrogen (H) consumers in 1946,

      As if the immutable laws of nature would allow frightened world leaders to reverse nature’s natural direction?

      That is how science became a tool of government propaganda!

  3. AndyG55 says:

    I think I would could put it down to GROSS INCOMPETENCE…

    but it is obvious that the EPA has a very political agenda…

    …. so there may ALSO be other ideals at play.

  4. Mike D says:

    From the paper itself:

    Yes this letter was published in the July 30, 2015 edition of the Silverton Standard.
    -Mark Esper, editor and publisher.


  5. bleakhouses says:

    If one retired geologist knew what was going to happen the EPA knew as well. The question is whether or not there were additional measures taken to avoid the cascade of events that led to the catastrophic failure of their plan and if not, why not. This is a very big deal that requires an investigation and the fact that they won’t is the stinkiest thing in the whole situation.

    • wizzum says:

      The thing is, if a private company were to attempt this there would be so many layers of safeguards that it “should” never get to this point. I have seen time and time again “experts in their field ” cock things up because they are just arrogant.
      Lets see their paperwork; The JSA’s, the risk management matrix, the contingency plans. This is not new stuff, Piper Alpha generated a whole industry of safety management 40 years ago.

  6. gator69 says:

    Just one more reason why we should defund the EPA.


    • DD More says:

      Why not have the EPA do all the cleanup work with existing funding levels. Afterall
      The EPA “takes full responsibility” for the spill of 3 million gallons of wastewater into the Animas River in Colorado, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy said Wednesday.
      McCarthy said the EPA will investigate and seek an independent review of the spill, though she offered no details.
      “We are going to be fully accountable for this in a transparent way,” she said at a press conference. “The EPA takes full responsibility for this incident. No agency could be more upset.”
      When asked if the EPA will investigate itself as vigorously as it would a private company, McCarthy said, “We will hold ourselves to a higher standard than anybody else.”

      Of course limiting your exposure by pre-selling claim limits will help EPA and not the Navajo Nation.
      The Navajo Nation’s president and vice president are instructing its divisions dealing with the Gold King Mine spill and all people affected by it not to sign an Environmental Protection Agency form for compensation for land damage and personal injury from the spill.
      But Wednesday, Navajo President Russell Begaye sent a directive to cease any promotion of the form, saying it contains “offending language that will waive future claims for individuals that sign the form and preclude [Navajos] from seeking full compensation for injuries suffered from the spill.”


  7. Winnipeg Boy says:

    I have read a lot of disturbing stuff on this site, but this may be the most egregious in real time.

    • omanuel says:

      The most egregious act was the 1946 decision to change the Sun’s internal composition and thus the direction of evolution (time) indicated by entropy.

      Can entropy increase if interstellar clouds of hydrogen collapse into stars that evolve into neutron stars, rather than visa versa?

      • omanuel says:

        Actually, life itself is designed into the basic structure of the whole universe:

        1. The universe expands and entropy increases as neutrons become hydrogen atoms, then

        2. The universe will collapse as hydrogen atoms are converted back into neutrons to start the infinite universe’s next breath.

        Frightened world leaders tried to reverse the natural direction of time and evolution in 1946.

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