Censored Gulf Eyewitnesses
What?!! ripples through the crowd.
Mouthpiece news from professional liars.
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.
Censored Gulf Eyewitness Testimonies:
(Huge thanks to Deborah Dupre' writing for SF Examiner:)
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))
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?
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: