Sunday, July 25, 2010

BPee'd Gulf of Mexico

Sea Death Diaspora
Censored Gulf Eyewitnesses

Y2K to 2010: 
How Dumb Does Preparedness look Now?

1999: I'm attending a talk by a Privacy Expert. (Short answer: We have none.) 

The guy now works private sector, ex-"intelligence services." Still of course has many contacts in that shadow world.

An audience member, all but hyperventilating, asks about Y2K. The fellow sighs, gives a world-weary look at the gullible, and drops a bombshell. 

He barks a sort of laugh, and says, "Y2K is a non-event, a planned event, a trial-run."

What?!! ripples through the crowd.

"It will answer a couple questions--who and how many prepare? After the ball drops at Times Square with a resounding dud, all those who did prepare, and annoyed family and neighbors urging them to do the same, will be marked as fools. 

"Ever after, preparedness will be firmly associated in the public's mind with lunatic fringe. When the real deal comes down, the innocents/the stoopid will beg for government to save them--Mission accomplished."

British Crown Petroleum:

We are awash in the end game of government/corporate collusion in flagrant profiteering. BP, oil industry poster child and our lax oversight for max profit, have led us where? 

To dark cauldron of mother-sea eco-cide.

Millions of folks with once-valuable beachfront property, fishery-related and boating businesses are being ill-served by BP obfuscations, and government soft-shoe promising any day now a quick fix. 

No overflights allowed. Dispersant to force the seafloor hemorrhage down below visibility, dispersant adding monstrous toxicity to water wind and rain. Crude oil, methane and dispersant creating dead zone like the Black Sea--no oxygen. Plankton, the ocean's food chain foundation, dying, gone. Massive fish and crustacean kills; death of marine mammals... 

Mouthpiece news from professional liars.

People directly affected are understandably in denial. How can they up and leave? Sell homes and businesses as black gunk fouls shores and estuaries? With property values mellllting? The kids are in good schools...we know our neighbors...we've lived here for generations...

It is deeply disturbing to be uprooted, disorienting, grief-inducing; it's scary.

As BP's oil volcano continues doing an Exxon-Valdez-equivalent every couple days, millions may find their groundwater polluted, air unbreathable, crops destroyed. What to do? Wait or act?

Heartfelt Response, Then and Now:

In past oil spills, locals and anguished others who travel to help, have wiped crude oil off shore birds and tried to save cetaceans.

A few weeks back I came out of a market. Curious, I walked over to a table with whatnots for sale and a gallon jar with dollar bills, a fund raiser of some sort--Money was being raised to send a vanload of children down to the Gulf to help with cleanup.

"Uh, what protection will you provide for the kids?" I asked.

"Oh, they'll wear rubber gloves."

"Do you realize it's a HazMat situation? Full body moon-gear? Do you know Exxon-Valdez cleanup crews were not issued proper gear, passed black pee while working, and have died of cancer?"

"Maybe we'll buy surgical masks at the hardware store before we leave."

Local Report:

A friend 800 miles north of the BP hemorrhage has had the wits scared out of her in her own backyard. She lives in central Texas, where it's hot HOT. Her ducks love summer showers and frolic with their wings outstretched and beaks raised to drink in the cooling rain.

Rain came; her ducks scuttled cowering to their hut. She tested the rain gauge with pH paper--drop in pH a full point from normal 7.0 to 6.0--acid rain up from the Gulf's BP cauldron. 

She moved her ducks west out of the windpath, and poured baking soda into the pond to try to nuetralize the acid. Acid, and what else in BP-rain and -wind?

Not slow on the uptake, she's putting her house on the market.
Censored Gulf Eyewitness Testimonies:

(Huge thanks to Deborah Dupre' writing for SF Examiner:) 

Corexit, BP Dispersant
Dying to Help:
"Coughing up blood is among horrors that eyewitnesses are reporting in south Louisiana where BP medics diagnose the sudden widespread, burning, itching skin,  lesions and marks as "scabies" or staph and government health focus on "stress" and mental condition of millions of people poisoned with what scientists report is 11 times more lethal than crude oil toxins now in Gulf and coastal water and air. Americans are still encouraged to eat Gulf seafood.

On July 29 Global Justice Radio Blog Talk Radio program hosted by Rev. T.K. (Kathryn) O'Shannahan-Hyland and Vin Beazel called "Agent Orange Alert," listeners heard eyewitness and personal accounts of internal bleeding from orifices including coughing up blood and nose bleeds.
EPA analyst whistleblower Hugh Kaufman recently explained that "we have dolphins that are hemorrhaging. People who work near it are hemorrhaging internally. And that’s what dispersants are supposed to do." (Author's emphasis: See Censored Gulf news: People bleeding internally. Millions poisoned. EPA whistleblower, Dupre, D. Examiner, July 21, 2010 and MSNBC: Corexit injures human plus hides criminal evidence (video))
Barefoot Doctors have since reported that they need a network of people of goodwill to offer a room in their homes for Gulf Coast volunteers to detox.
On the radio program, Laila Bicksler stated that most people down in south Louisiana haven't the means to even get as far as New Orleans if they want to do so. She agrees that the rest of the public, away from the coast, are unaware of just how dangerous the toxins are that people are being exposed to the point that fund-raisers are solely to pay out-of-work fishermen. 
Is the Gulf seafood safe? Gulf seafood safety is questioned not only in the Gulf Coast area, but nationally since the Gulf provides seafood on the tables of Americans throughout the country, seafood possibly tainted with dangerous poisons due to the prolonged use of chemical dispersants applied on oil flowing out of Deepwater Horizon's oil well and sprayed into the air.
In late July, a Tulane University study revealed that samples of crab larvae from the area tested positive for hydrocarbons. The “orange blobs found lodged in the bodies of tiny blue crab larvae collected from marshes that stretch from Texas to Florida” appear to contain Corexit." (Fox 8 in New Orleans, reported on IntelHub) Not only are blue crabs a favorite Gulf food; other fish eat crab larvae..."

N.B. Yeoman speaking:

The food chain extends onto the land-- raptors eat tainted fish; coyotes eat oil-soaked dying pelicans; alligators eat coyotes.

Humans eat shrimp cocktail, if they still find government assurances believable.

What of rain, ground water and wells?

All life has its being nourished by water, which is increasingly polluted, rivers, ocean, and flowing into our homes. Corporate-dominated government apparently has locked into a different bottom line than those who weigh the effect of decisions "unto seven generations." 

As we come to grips with dead-end corporatist policy, our communities continue to ingest immune-weakening pollutants in drinking water: intentional fluoride and chemtrail fallout; careless radiation, pharmaceuticals, heavy metals and oil spill effluent. Let's first take care of our families with an effective water filter, sink or whole-house. Click here for my best recommendation.

Dengue Fever & BP Spill Complications:

"The timing of this outbreak of Dengue fever (in Florida and Central America) presents two additional problems; the symptoms of Dengue fever are very similar to that of exposures to chemicals such as those contained in crude oil and the dispersants currently being used in the contaminated areas of the Gulf of Mexico, potentially making it difficult to diagnose the source of a sufferer’s symptoms. Worse yet, there looms the possibility that Corexit and other toxins present in the Gulf area may weaken the immune system, thus setting the stage for more severe forms of the disease in people who are, or have previously been, exposed to the virus..."

 Path of Oil Spew:

Rounding Florida, the oil/methane toxic stew enters the Gulf Stream. Which leads where? Through the Caribbean, up the East coast of the US, toward the UK, which has enjoyed warm Gulf Stream-moderated climate, and may experience the return of BP's own.

At risk? Pretty beaches, prime real estate, shipping harbors, and some of the world's richest fishing grounds. Livelihoods, life styles, viability of life near coasts and rivers which flow into the sea.

Preparedness as If Life Forms Mattered:

For a wake up call about government preparedness, please see: 

I once lived on the San Andreas Fault. Most folks had a backpack of temporary essentials ready to rush out the door at the first tremblor.

If BP pollution of sea, air, land and groundwater does drive millions from their homes, perhaps forever, how do we prepare?

Initially, by getting our minds around it, and trying for sane thought. We may not need the home theater system. 

Think, Okie Model-T and what could be fitted into small space for future life.

There are many useful lists on line, and the items read more like a weekend camping trip, than perhaps a long haul. Here are a few to consider:

Hiking boots, comfy, broken-in, for each family member
Water filter
First aid kit

For ways in which to prepare one's home, or prepare to leave, please see:

Given US government response to Hurricane Katrina--the blocking of international and local aid, the incursion of Blackwater mercenaries-- it might be time to consider your family and friends in the what-if scenario of continued oil spew and large-scale evacuation of coastal peoples.

dark wave photo:


  1. Further anecdotal evidence of toxic Texas rain follows. The friend who noted sudden drop in pH found this report at another site:

    From a 7-29-10 post
    "Thanks for this, i would like to be a part of this project. I live in Austin Texas. 2 days ago we got rain from what was supposed to be hurricane Bonnie. I took a sample and the water is not clear. Its murky. I have taken rain samples before and they were clear. I think i hit the mother load. At first when i collected the water i noticed that there was brown and black spots on the bottom of the bowl. Almost like dirt. But it cant be dirt because i collected the rain water on top of my clean car. Today 2 days after i collected the sample the "dirt" has now clumped up and is packing together. Its almost as if some one spit snot into water and the snot has dirt in it. There is 3 clumps in the bowl. They are a little smaller then 1/4 of a inch. They are floating at the bottom of the bowl and the water is no longer white and murky. I think the reason its not because white murky stuff is now what looks like snot. I watched a video on youtube of divers in the gulf. They showed how the corexit 9500 was making the oil sink and form in to these clusters. I am %99.9 sure that this is what i am seeing.

    Austin had all ready been hit with this rain before this storm. So this time i went around my hood and looked at all the vegetation. I noticed more spots and burning. But i think i ran into something more. Another jack pot!!! There are a couple of trees that have this white powder dust like substance on them. Its like little white dust balls that give you a head ache. The dust was not there before the rain came. The dust seemed to be melting and giving the leafs a rainbow sheen when looked at in the right light. I thought this could be kemtrail dust falling but the fact that there was a rainbowish sheen to the leafs and that it was not there before the rain. I would be happy to send you my samples. Sorry for the grammar i hope you understood what i was saying. Please message me. I am new to site and do not know how to send messages. I would like to get this tested ASAP."

  2. 13 Aug., 2010
    Massive US East Coast fish kill, stretching from New Jersey to Massachusetts.


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