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    Obama, Corporate Media Ignore Widespread Health Problems On Gulf Coast

    If you don't like that website, then google it cause there are other sites carrying the exact same story.

    If you listen to Thad Allen, Obama’s point man on the BP oil gusher, we’re over the hump. On the weekend the former Coast Guard commander said the well no longer poses a threat to the Gulf and crews will now begin the last few remaining operations needed to abandon the well this week.

    In short, Obama gets to declare another mission accomplished. However, here is what Allen and the corporate media are not talking about — residents along the Gulf Coast are sick from the effects of the oil gusher.

    “The harm dealt by this silent enemy is beginning to creep into the lives of those living and working in the Gulf. The problem has been lurking in the Gulf since the first days of the BP oil spill and now has the potential ignite a disaster unlike any this country has ever seen,” reports Project Gulf Impact, an organization of citizen journalists who are doing what the corporate media refuses to do. “The residents of the Gulf of Mexico are entering a crisis whose scope cannot be calculated. Several symptoms have been reported, from subtle to severe: skin rashes and infections, upper respiratory burning, congestion and cough, headaches, nausea, vomiting, and neurological symptoms including short-term memory loss and coordination problems. These health problems, if acknowledged at all, are mis-diagnosed, buried, and mis-attributed.”

    In August, chemist Bob Naman tested the waters off Orange Beach, Alabama, and found they tested positive for the dangerous neurotoxin pesticide 2-butoxyethanol, the main ingredient of Corexit 9527A.

    Months ago we were told by the government this version of Corexit was no longer in use.

    Mr. Naman apparently made a mistake by making his findings public. He was subsequently threatened by BP. “I am not certain the reason or nature of the threats or whether they were financial or physical threats, but given the sudden rash of untimely deaths of those with damaging knowledge about BP I would not take any threats from BP lightly,” Alexander Higgins wrote on August 24.

    On September 1, Infowars.com carried a story about a swimming pool in Homosassa, Florida, testing positive for the Corexit 9527A marker 2-butoxyethanol. Samples were tested by Robert Naman, the thorn in BP’s side. The story was ignored by the corporate media.

    For BP and the Obama administration, scrubbing the oil gusher and its untold number of victims from the front page is more important than the health of people along the Gulf coast. The Democrats want the oil gusher to go away because of the political damage it will inflict on them during the mid-term elections this November. Republicans want it to go away because they are covering BP’s back. Illness and misery will not be allowed to interrupt the political dog and pony show.

    On September 18, 2001, then EPA administrator Christie Whitman announced the air at Ground Zero was safe to breathe. Experts estimate that as many as 40,000 people breathed noxious pollution, including dust, in the wake of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center.

    But the afflicted — including heroic first responders — should not expect help from the government.

    The James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2009 would provide medical monitoring to those exposed to toxins, increase treatment at specialized centers for those afflicted by toxins and reopen a compensation fund to provide for the economic loss of victims. It was characterized as another Obama entitlement program by the GOP House leadership, who vowed to defeat the legislation.
    http://www.infowars.com/obama-corpor...on-gulf-coast/

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    kind of surprised no one on this forum is talking about it. it's not a hoax, you just dont hear much about it. I think the people that helped clean up the oil deserve some respect since they are sick and may die from volunteering to clean this up.

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    "Corporate media" is a perfect description for our media as a whole. THEY determine what gets reported, and what the public knows and doesn't know. THEY call the tune, and most Americans blindly dance to it.

    I can't confirm the validity of these stories, but I also can't deny that the oil cleanup in general has disappeared from the headlines since the leak was plugged. It's absolutely a political move before the elections...just like resurrecting the immigration debate, and the so-called "Ground Zero mosque".

    I don't doubt that the chemical dispersants are probably harmful. I questioned in another thread how all of the sudden we hear they're going to dump all these chemicals into the Gulf...without seemingly any debate or questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Schmooze View Post
    "Corporate media" is a perfect description for our media as a whole. THEY determine what gets reported, and what the public knows and doesn't know. THEY call the tune, and most Americans blindly dance to it.

    I can't confirm the validity of these stories, but I also can't deny that the oil cleanup in general has disappeared from the headlines since the leak was plugged. It's absolutely a political move before the elections...just like resurrecting the immigration debate, and the so-called "Ground Zero mosque".

    I don't doubt that the chemical dispersants are probably harmful. I questioned in another thread how all of the sudden we hear they're going to dump all these chemicals into the Gulf...without seemingly any debate or questions.
    well you probably wont find it on msn, cnn, fox, or nothing like that, but its out there. just google gulf oil spill making people sick. maybe the websites arn't as big as the others, but I dont see why they would lie cause if it was a lie, someone would be coming out denying all of this.

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