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Friday, June 1, 2012

1 June - Corexit

New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood Protest, Jacks...New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood Protest, Jackson Square. Protest agains the great oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Oil-Lifting Chemical Tests (FOR RELEASE)Oil-Lifting Chemical Tests (FOR RELEASE) (Photo credit: U.S. Coast Guard)
Second Course: Smoked Bacon-wrapped Gulf ShrimpSecond Course: Smoked Bacon-wrapped Gulf Shrimp (Photo credit: ulterior epicure)
New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood Protest, Jacks...New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood Protest, Jackson Square. Protest agains the great oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood" Protest,...New Orleans. "BP Oil Flood" Protest, Jackson Square. Protest against the great oil spill disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. "Take Back the Gulf". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Deepwater Horizon oil spill at Chande...English: Deepwater Horizon oil spill at Chandeleur Islands LA (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: A C-130 Hercules from the Air Force R...English: A C-130 Hercules from the Air Force Reserve Command's 910th Airlift Wing at Youngstown-Warren Air Reserve Station, Ohio, drops an oil-dispersing chemical into the Gulf of Mexico May 5, 2010, as part of the Deepwater Horizon Response effort. The 910th AW specializes in aerial spray and is the Department of Defense's only large-area, fixed-wing aerial spray unit. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Oil Spill, Gulf of Mexico (NASA, International...Oil Spill, Gulf of Mexico (NASA, International Space Station Science, 05/04/10) (Photo credit: NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center)
Sumerians and the Ananuki

For the past several months, we here at Food Identity Theft have urged our readers to submit their comments to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the Corn Refiners Association’s petition to allow the name “high fructose corn syrup” to be officially changed to “corn sugar.”
I am going to attempt to bring you up to speed on just exactly what BP has created - superbugs - flesh eating bacteria - & loosed on everyone along the entir...
 So what exactly is this stuff?
The federal government’s declaration that the "clean up phase" of the Deepwater Horizon spill is over begs for review, especially in light of the large quantities of submerged oil unaccounted for residing in the water column, DOJ’s discovery of false flow rate numbers reported by BP and new sightings of oil slicks all over the Gulf.

In light of all that, the clean up phase is not over and further use of Corexit dispersant isn’t an effective solution.

Moreover, the fact that the EPA has approved for use a very safe bioremediation agent known as Oil Spill Eater II, but has yet to allow its use in the Gulf raises many additional questions.

Corexit "The Movie"-Dispersant Toxic Poisoning The Most Important Video On YOUTUBE 1 of 3

Gulf Toxicologist Rikki Ott:“People who’s esophaguses are dissolving.. these people have oil


Gulf Toxins & Illness Robin Falkov Paul Doomm Denise Rednour Coast to Coast am 06-16-2011.mov

Hugh Kaufman EPA Whistleblower Exposes Coverup of Toxic Corexit Dispersant Effects 

Coast Guard and Obama Administration Betrays
the People and Country it is Sworn to Protect

spraying of Corexit is certified by the EPA as being a safe hell to breathe in though early on in the disaster it was reported that the EPA warned BP not to use it.

Over 40% of adults living within ten miles of the coast said they have
experienced direct exposure to the oil spill or clean-up effort. Within
this group, nearly 40% reported physical symptoms of skin irritations
and respiratory problems, which they attributed to the oil spill.

Colombia University
Corexit is an agent that has been shown to break down lipid membranes, which cover and protect human skin and cover each and every human cell and absolutely no one on the planet has every worked with this kind of toxicity before.
Over one-third of parents report that their children
have experienced either physical symptoms or mental
health distress as a consequence of the oil spill.
Colombia University
Since corexit has been designed to disrupt and disperse lipids/oils, exposure of the body’s cells to this chemical through inhalation, skin absorption, or ingestion is likely to cause severe organ disfunction.
We are beginning to get reports as far as 800 miles north of the coast in Missouri of wide-scale damage to plant life that can only be coming from one source – dispersed airborne oil. Oil toxicity is one hugely damning thing but oil mixed and dispersed with Corexit is quite another.
Dispersants have never been applied on this scale, leaving
environmental scientists guessing about the consequences.
Popular Science.
The Coast Guard routinely approved BP requests to use thousands of gallons of the chemical per day to break up the oil in the Gulf, despite a federal directive to use the dispersant rarely
Dr. Gianluigi Zangari, an Italian physicist at the Frascati National Laboratories in Italy notes that the effects of this stall have begun to spread to the Gulf Stream. This is because the Loop Current is a crucial element of the Gulf Stream itself and why it is commonly referred to as the “main engine” of the Stream. If worst case scenarios come to pass hundreds of millions of people, if not billions, will be wishing certain people, governmental organizations and corporations never existed.
No one in the Gulf is calculating the damage or the threat accurately for residents there are already under heavy attack from mercury-polluting smokestacks. The government has never admitted the true dangers of this heavy metal, which is a potent neurotoxin. Add the exposure to a large percentage of the local population due to mercury-containing dental amalgam, and now it’s almost flu season meaning the government is going to want to swoop into the area with its mercury-containing vaccines.
The active ingredient of the toxic chemical dispersant, which is up to 60% by volume, being sprayed by BP to fight the Gulf oil spill is a neurotoxin pesticide that is acutely toxic to both human and aquatic life, causes cancer, causes damage to internal organs such as the liver and kidneys simply by absorbing it through the skin and may cause reproductive side effects.
It can kill off the entire food chain
Corexit was widely used after the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill and according to a literature review performed by the group, the Alaska Community Action on Toxics, Corexit was later linked with widespread long-lasting health impacts in people including respiratory, nervous system, liver, kidney and blood disorders. While writing Sound Truth and Corporate Myths, Dr. Riki Ott uncovered Exxon’s clinical data showing 6,722 workers, out of a total of 11,000, reported upper respiratory illnesses. In 2003, a Yale grad student, Annie O’Neill, conducted a pilot study that showed roughly one-third of these workers continued to suffer symptoms of chemical exposure.
From the company’s own Material Safety Data Sheet:
Can cause chemical pneumonia if aspirated into lungs following ingestion. Repeated or prolonged exposure may irritate the respiratory tract.

Riki Ott: Bio-Remediation or Bio-Hazard? Dispersants, Bacteria and Illness in the Gulf

A grandmother made me rethink all the bio-remediation hype. The "naturally-occurring oil-eating bacteria" have been newsworthy of late as they are supposedly going to come to the rescue of President Obama and BP and make good on their very premature statement that "the oil is gone."

We were talking about subsurface oil in the Gulf when she said matter-of-factly, "The bacteria are running amok with the dispersants." What? "Those oil-eating bacteria -- I think they're running amok and causing skin rashes." My mind reeled. Could we all have missed something so simple? 

..... rashes have been diagnosed as scabies and staph infections, including MRSA, the potentially lethal Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Most cases lingered for months, as the rash did not respond well to antibiotics, steroid creams, or steroid shots. 

A secondary biological infection might clear up with antibiotic treatment, but then keep reoccurring because the primary chemical illness had not been treated.  

Evidence collected by Gulf residents has shown that dispersants are being used in nearshore and inland waters, close to highly populated areas across the Gulf. Further, oil and the Corexit marker have been found in air and inland water. 

Is this the perfect storm -- an exploding population of opportunistic Gram-negative bacteria (some natural, some not), millions of gallons of food (oil) for the bacteria, and a susceptible population of stressed-out people? 

Plumes of corexit/oil are causing microrganisms to have mutant DNA

Riki Ott or Feinberg ?

Nearly 50 people gathered to talk about headaches, nausea, burning eyes, memory loss and rashes. There were young and old, African-Americans and whites, rural residents and city dwellers, all with one thing in common — they live by the Kalamazoo River and were exposed to last year’s Enbridge Energy Partners Lakehead Pipeline 6B.”

Blatant Corruption Uncovered as EU Blocks France’s Ban on Monsanto’s GMO Maize

 The United States ambassador to France, a business partner to George W. Bush, stated back in 2007 that nations who did not accept Monsanto’s GMO crops will be ‘penalized’. In fact, ambassador Craig Stapleton went as far as to say that the nations should be threatened with military-styled trade wars.

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Covert ops and Washington's plans for North Korea 
( A half century ago the U.S. killed 30% of the population of North Korea while fracturing Korea in two. You have to wonder if this was not done on humanitarian grounds. )

WWF Scandal (Part 3): Embezzlement and Evictions in Tanzania

Bakari Wanga, chairman of Kiomboni village, one of three villages in the Rufiji Delta. “What is happening here is absolute madness, our huts are being torched and coconut trees felled by a group of natural resources officials escorted by the police,

Insider: Bilderberg Members Share Ron Paul Death Wish

Bilderberg is furious that Paul is working to stop the full ratification of the Law of the Sea Treaty, which as we documented yesterday is being discussed at this year’s conference. The treaty would hand the United Nations control over all U.S. oceans and force ships to pay a tariff directly to the global body.

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