Report After Report of Gulf Coast Health Problems and It’s Progressing!

The health problems are progressing dramatically and the residual fallout is maiming Americans in the Gulf Coast! There are hundreds to thousands of videos, I have only selected a few…

Do you remember when Kindra first reported her early experiences in the gulf oil spill and her concerns? Well now~

Kindra Arnesen Suffering Health Problems From Life In Southern Louisiana

ProjectGulfImpact | October 05, 2010

Aid Groups in the Gulf Sickened by Neurotoxins As BP Continues to Spray

NotForSale2NWO | October 01, 2010

Multiple aid groups in the Gulf area have been sickened by the toxic dispersant that has been sprayed throughout the gulf for months on end.

Full Interview With Matt Smith
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY2oZE…

Thanks to Florida Oil Spill Law for putting this video together.
http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/

The Intel Hub
http://theintelhub.com

The Intel Hub Radio
http://theintelhubradio.com

From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream – THE VIDEO BP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE!.avi

tatoott1009 | September 07, 2010

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. * A d v e r t i s e m e n t *

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.

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If the massive poisoning of the people of the Gulf is ever exposed, we can expect a similar response on the part of the government.

Fishermen Report Illness From BP Chemicals

mmflint | May 24, 2010

“… like sniffing gasoline or something, and still my ears are still popping right now. I’m still coughing up stuff. I feel real weak. All the tingling.” — Gary Burris, Gulf Coast fisherman

“The volatile, organic carbons, they act like a narcotic on the brain. At high concentrations, what we learned in Exxon Valdez from carcasses of harbor seals and sea otters, it actually fried the brain, (and there were) brain lesions.” — Marine toxicologist Riki Ott on chemicals used by BP

Never forgetting 9/11 at http://www.michaelmoore.com/

Breaking News: Oil Gulf Air “Unsafe”

GreenopolisTV | May 18, 2010

http://www.greenopolis.com: Riki Ott, marine toxicologist and Exxon Valdez survivor, talks to GreenopolisTV about the effects of air pollution due to oil spills. Riki says based on air monitoring conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in a Louisiana coastal community, findings show that airborne levels of toxic chemicals like hydrogen sulfide, and volatile organic compounds, now far exceed safety standards for human exposure currently in those areas.


Basically,
Associate Professor Linda Hooper-Bui confirms quite boldly ,what all citizens in America know in their guts to be true~


BP’s “Scientific Research” and Oil Spill Litigation Do Not Go Hand in Hand

ProjectGulfImpact | October 06, 2010

“Some scientists say they’re being locked out of research on the oil spill because they refuse to sign confidentiality agreements.”

See the original agreement here: http://goo.gl/wA2F

Listen to Linda on NPR here: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/st…

http://www.projectgulfimpact.org

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6 responses to “Report After Report of Gulf Coast Health Problems and It’s Progressing!

  1. Add this, dude. Here is something that can be done. Riki Ott is partaking. Make sure the best and loudest mouth from your area gets to go. Everyone should pay that person’s way to this event in San Francisco. Be in touch w/these folks anyway. I work hard to get people together on this. It has to happen right away. Toddlers are getting kidney stones, doctors are looking the other way, the masses are hiding. The rest of us need to unify- and get on this. So here is a blurb you and yours may appreciate: http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2010/10/04/18660641.php and http://www.earthatrisk.net/

    • I believe you have a global agenda as I looked in on your links. If you really cared to get involved, you would head on down or sponsor a family from there in Washington, San Francisco shows little to no effort on your part. How have you assisted anyone in the Gulf since Day 1? Sounds like a party for Babs & Princess PALSoweSEE prior to the November election… where were you these many months?

  2. You are way off and unusually negative. I won’t ever explain myself to anyone with such bad manners. If we had just met, and I said what I said, then you said what you said, no one else in the room would want you around.

    • Checking facts about your suggested sites and exposing an agenda is positively enlightening. I notice you did not dispute my observation, nor answer my questions, but made a personal attack. Nice!

  3. I just want to say that the link to the meeting in S.F. was meant to be helpful. How could it not be if Riki Ott is there?! I just want to pass around all the info on anything that could be helpful (create unity if possible), between folks who are trying to help the gulf. I don’t live in California, or the gulf. I take care of a disabled man- and don’t even know what a global agenda is. I don’t like sarcastic conversations. Please don’t write to me again if you don’t believe I am with you on trying to make a positive change here. I will write back if you are kind.

    • Let me be clear, my blog~

      Initiating a conversation, that began with your respectful (sarcasm) “…Add this, dude…” to a woman, by a woman???

      Next if you don’t know what your touting, why are you?

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