Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Uncontrolled Bleeding

EPA Coverup as Internal Bleeding Hits the Gulf States' Residents

"...we have dolphins that are hemorrhaging. People who work near it are hemorrhaging internally. And that’s what dispersants are supposed to do..."

From MSNBC: "Human rights violations continue in the Gulf of Mexico region. MSNBC's Keith Olbermann reports that environmental scientists testified to Congress that dispersants, particularly, Corexit, only hides evidence by reducing oil's visibility of the magnitude of the leak's ongoing damage while poisoning people breathing it off-shore and near-shore."

So far, 20% of offshore clean-up workers, 15% near-shore clean-up workers tested have levels of 2-Butoxyethanol (used in Corexit) measured at 10 parts per million - twice the limit specified by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

An untold number of near-shore residents are now poisoned in what has become an open-air gas chamber. and what aquatic toxicologist Chris Pincetich of Project Gulf Impact calls "an experiment in the Gulf the likes of which no one has ever seen."

Watch Keith Olbermann's report:

I've been saying these things for so long now... Everything is being revealed as true and it's starting to seep into the mainstream media. Even Keith Olbermann, who usually is flinging spittle left and right at the right, is devoting most his shows now to criticize BP and the government over their refusal to clean up the Gulf. This is no longer me telling you that the people in the "cleanup effort" are being poisoned. It's on Soetoro's lap-dog channel. It's on MSNBC, it's in Newsmax, the Washington Post, everywhere.

This stuff is real, people. In time I believe you'll see how correct I was, and how early. And if I'm wrong, feel free to mock me in the future. This information is so important that I don't care if I lose whatever reputation I might have.

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