Thursday, September 30, 2010

From the Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico, a new Truther movement is born UPDATE: Troll detected in the comments!

NOTE: Please see the latest post regarding PGI, located here.

Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce you to Project Gulf Impact.  It’s meme: “From the Gulf Stream to the bloodstream and why what you’re about to read is the alarm bell of the pending Gulf disaster.”

Project Gulf Impact (we’ll shorten that to PGI) is the newest, latest and greatest incarnation of the truther movement.  You know.  “Ask questions.  Seek the truth.”  Then ignore the truth when given, and ask even more asinine questions.  If it sounds familiar, it should.  If PGI sounds a lot like “Loose Change,” it should.

According to this whois.net report, Project Gulf Impact is a website established by Gavin Garrison, a Santa Barbara, California graduate student at USC.  Hmm.  California graduate students sound like natural experts on oil spill impacts in the Gulf of Mexico, don’t they?
If Gavin Garrison sounds a lot like Dylan Avery, he should.  After all, if film school rejects can speak truth to power about collapsing skyscrapers, then film school students in California can speak truth to power about oil spills 1,900 miles away, right?  Right.

Garrison’s filmograghy includes the NOAA-sponsored “Proof or Propaganda.” Want to guess which side the film falls on?

As is usual with new, exciting and scary conspiracy theories, Garrison, PGI and their mentally challenged ilk have developed a rather devoted following.  It’s the usual collection of Black Helicopter watchers, including several Examiner.com nodes and blog websites like Prison Planet and Godlike Productions.  Their latest:  A story alleging that a group of [ahem] California filmmakers were sickened by mysterious poisons while investigating “the truth” about the oil spill in [gag] “Nazi America.”  The film crew was allegedly working for…  guess who?  PGI, of course!

These people take themselves very seriously but apparently don’t investigate their allies very closely.  Upon reaching the Pelican State, the allegedly sickened PGI crew hooked up with one of New Orleans biggest moonbats: Casey Nunez.

Never heard of Casey?  Really?  Maybe you’ve heard him referred to as Casey Kaine, The Psycho Hurricane.  Or Crackhead Frankenstein.  In his own words:


I'm 6"6 245 latent homosexual and come from New Orleans Louisiana USA. My friends call me "Beefy Tits". My grand father was A pitcher with the N.Y. Yankees that's how I came to have the Name Casey and more than likely where I Got the explosive knock out Bone crushing power of my right punches and kicks. My Power high Kick is 96.6 Inches or 8ft. At Age 16 I ran away with The Royal Hanneford circus and have done dates in every State in America over a 20 year period with my personal favorites being Michigan adventure in Muskegon. The ice palace in Tampa Florida, the mid Hudson civic center in Poughkeepsie New York and also the Yonkers raceway during the New York State Fair. My All time Favorite Date however by far would have to be The Great Circus Parade in Milwaukee Wisconsin since Its held during Summer fest so I always got to get in free to see all of the shows with my circus pass. I was a tour Guide here in new orleans on a mule drawn carriage at Jackson square and I also Worked as bouncer at the Tricou House 711 Bourbon Street where I lived in the Haunted 3rd floor attic suite which over looked bourbon street. In 1984 I became friends with Tommy Lee of the Heavy Metal Band Motley crue and Jake e. Lee Lead Guitarist for Ozzy after coming to their aid during a fight at the Dungeon in new Orleans.

Beefy tits?

I swear on a barrel of Corexit, I’m not making this up.

Nunez has a long, sordid history as a YouTube troll.   This is apparently what attracted the PGI crew to Nunez.  He’s also the guy behind this notorious “raining oil” hoax:




Hey, if a troll like Nunez can make a video that fools The Drudge Report and Russia Today, he’s GOT to be the guy PGI hooks up with, right?

What a fine, honest, upstanding bunch of wackos we’ve got here.  Asking questions.  Seeking truth.
I have an honest question—who is the worse group of idiots:  Gavin, Nunez, Dupre, et al, or the fools who believe their garbage?

trollradar

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you aware of the PGI radio broadcast that there were Military Roadblocks in LA in the middle of the night, scaring citzens who actually packed to evacuate. ?

GulfCoastBamaFan said...

Where in Louisiana?

Belle Chasse? Jesuit Bend? Grand Isle?

Were there aliens landing there? Black Helicopters, and stuff?

Secret shipments of Corexit 9500, the stuff with all the toxic qualities of DAWN DISHWASHING LIQUID?!?

Anonymous said...

What is all that supposed to mean anyway? Why would there b blocks and why an evacuation????

Anonymous said...

Oh and btw rofl... great description on that casy guy. I was rolling, spit beer on my screen when I read it

GulfCoastBamaFan said...

What is all that supposed to mean anyway? Why would there b blocks and why an evacuation?

I GUARANTEE YOU that there were no road blocks set up by police to keep people from evacuating. Jefferson and Orleans Parishes will set up check points on weekends to catch drunk drivers, but a story about road blocks to prevent evacuation--if such a story exists--was MADE UP.

Black Copterists don't sleep at night. They lay awake in bed, listening to Art Bell and thinking up ways to be scared of "deh gubmint."

Anonymous said...

I was in Florida so I heard it on the radio..intel, Matt Smith...they had previously been talking about their Matt Simmons doomsday beliefs so we were all still at the point of not knowing what the TRUTH was. I have relatives in LA. and contacted them about it and my fears. It was a really bad night for other people who I hope come on here and tell their story. These guys are simply out for a story, not matter what the cost the people.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijVInfU0Kq0 This video is Nunez response to Project Gulf Impact after the roadblock incident.

Anonymous said...

I live in the part of Louisiana where this happened, and I can tell you it was one of the worst nights of my life. Project Gulf Impact, Matt Smith and his goons scared the sh*t out of all of us. They were all over the net, FB, Twitter and blog radio with their doomsday scenario that they said would happen that night. There were stories of road blocks, massive troop movement, a coming methane eruption with a tsunami right after, and a massive government evacuation of all residents. I was terrified, and started calling every sheriff and police dept in the southern part of the state. They all said they weren't aware of anything like that...and there were NO roadblocks other than the normal ones the sometimes go up when water goes over the road. So, I got in my car and drove around. There was what had become the usual activity due to the oil spill, but nothing else at all. I spent the rest of the night trying to calm down friends and relatives.

Anonymous said...

So, why does Nunez make this video...? CYA or an honest moment, but note the end of it...tsunamis and doomsday!

Anonymous said...

and it goes further...check out the Pay Pal guy, Gregg Hall ...all connect to Godlikeproductions and each other

BlueHeron said...

I was totally confused by all I read on the net, FB especially. At first it scared the beejeezus out of me & everyone else down here. I knew the spill was really freakin bad, but it was becoming damn obvious a bunch of folks were making it look a hell of a lot worse - like somethin out of a Brit tabloid! Kept wondering why? - political? - a means to profit somehow? - Both? Scammers & opportunists scurry like mice to a big wheel of cheese after big hurricanes. Finally it hit me. Those same types of mice must have seen a crapload of "opportunities" in the biggest wheel of cheese ever!

GulfCoastBamaFan said...

Can y'all give me the approximate date of the event? Looks like some more research is in order for me...

Anonymous said...

yes, and there is a lot more information.i AM haveing trouble with the URL...keeps putting it in () and won't post! Dahh

Anonymous said...

http://www.facebook.com/note.php?created&&note_id=164524206897883#!/zlzinter FACEBOOK Lots of information about Gulf Oil spill scam with support of other people Please contact

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GulfCoastBamaFan said...

Admin AT Ibleedcrimsonred DOT com

Get rid of the spaces, use the right symbols and your email goes right to the author of this blog.

My email also has a Dumbass Detector. Don't set that one off, either.

Anonymous said...

Hope your Dumbass Detector has a good lawyer - Your page just got added to a developing lawsuit for cyberstalking, slander, libel, defamation of character, and MUCH MORE...

GulfCoastBamaFan said...

Hope your Dumbass Detector has a good lawyer - Your page just got added to a developing lawsuit for cyberstalking, slander, libel, defamation of character, and MUCH MORE."

Oh, you ain't seen nuthin yet.

GulfCoastBamaFan said...

Interesting development... The alleged interview with the allegedly sickened videographer has been removed from YouTube and the IntelHub site.

Hmm. Wonder why they'd do that?

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GulfCoastBamaFan said...

Comments on this blog post are now closed due to excessive trolling.

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