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Tuesday, 18 May 2010

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Agean Sea Drenched in Olive Oil after Greek Riots!

Yet another major oil spill now threatens the Mediterranean and the Fragile European Union as thousands of Greek Government Workers rally and dump millions of barrels of Virgin Olive Oil into the Aegean Sea!

After bloody rioting, the burning of a bank killing three workers, and a nationwide strike paralyzing the already bankrupt country, the anarchists broke into the country's warehouses where the only export the country had, Olive Oil, was gleefully rolled down to the docks, spilt open and dumped into the sea.

Scenes shown from Google Earth on the BBC show that the oil is spreading into the Mediterranean threatening to move toward France and eventually the UK.

Turkey is already affected with olive oil drenched sea weed being washed up on shore and being served up at outdoor bistros and being packaged for Health Food stores in China.

In an emergency EU meeting, France has committed to dropping 2.5M loaves of French Bread into the spill in hopes it can be absorbed. India has committed to 4.5m tons of cous cous, while Portugal vows it will send a fleet of Sardine Trawlers to the area to scoop, brine, and can as much of the oil coated fish a as possible.

Meanwhile the spot market for Olive Oil has quadrupled now said to be rivaling the price of Gold as the ill fated European Union continues to flounder.

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