Thousands of protesters marched through an eastern Chinese city on Sunday, shouting for fellow citizens to join them in demanding that the government halt the expansion of a petrochemical factory because of pollution fears.
Dr. Helen Caldicott is a physician, Nobel Peace Prize winner, author, anti-nuclear power advocate and has founded numerous national and international groups which oppose nuclear power & weapons, including Physicians for Social Responsibility.
600 patients have already signed up five days in advance of the National Association of Free Clinics New Orleans event, while few if any had signed up until just one day before for the group’s free clinic in Washington D.C. earlier THIS MONTH
From the NAFC website: “This clinic will help the uninsured of the Gulf region as we approach the 5 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and as the region is struggling with the current oil spill crisis.”
They lied about what happened on 9/11/2001. They lied about the need to make war on Iraq. They lied about the reasons they started bombing Afghanistan.
So I guess we should not be surprised that they have lied every day about the profound defacement using an out-of-control oil well to destroy the Gulf of Mexico.
But now the lies are beginning to catch up with them. Even the dullest of American minds is beginning to understand that the so-called facts being spouted by the corporate-kept, Jewish-owned mainstream media are becoming more preposterous.
MOBILE, Alabama - 16 July 2010 - News 5 - More than a week has passed since Alabama's beaches have seen significant oil, and despite warnings along the Gulf Coast, some swimmers are taking their chances.
News Five collected samples of water and sand from Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, Katrina Key and Dauphin Island. To our eyes, the samples appeared normal, until we took them to a local lab to be tested.
Corexit is a product line of solvents primarily used as a dispersant for breaking up oil slicks. It is produced by Nalco Holding Company which is associated with BP . Corexit 9500, four times more toxic than crude oil, is one of the most poisonous dispersants ever developed, and is up to 20 times more toxic than other dispersants, and only half as effective.e
The federal judge who overturned Barack Obama's offshore drilling moratorium reported owning stock in numerous companies involved in the offshore oil industry — including Transocean, which leased the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig to BP prior to its April 20 explosion in the Gulf of Mexico — according to 2008 financial disclosure reports.
BP has been accused by a senior US politician of lying to Congress to reduce its liabilities, after an internal company document showed that the oil giant's own worst-case assessment of the size of the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico was 20 times its public estimate.
When you pour more than a million gallons of toxic chemical dispersants on top of an oil spill, it doesn’t just disappear. In this case, it moves to the atmosphere, where it will travel hundreds, if not thousands of miles from the site of the BP oil spill, in the form of toxic rain.
Because drilling can bring warm fluids up from depth, potentially melting the shallower gas hydrate, many researchers and engineers anticipate that drilling through gas hydrate may pose a hazard to the stability of the well, the platform anchors, the tethers, or even entire platforms.
WASHINGTON, June 18 (Xinhua) -- Although it remains unknown when the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico can be plugged, efforts to clean up the massive BP oil spilled so far could continue until 2011 and well beyond, some experts said.
Rick Steiner, a conservation consultant and former professor at the University of Alaska, said efforts to clear the waters, marshes and beaches of oil could take until next year.
That's the question some people in business and politics are asking themselves after Halliburton's purchase of an oil clean-up company 10 days before the Deepwater Horizon explosion that killed 11 workers and launched the worst oil spill in US history.
NEW ORLEANS — It is an overlooked danger in the oil spill crisis: The crude gushing from the well contains vast amounts of natural gas that could pose a serious threat to the Gulf of Mexico's fragile ecosystem.
Kenneth Feinberg, cover up artist par excellence for 'events' whose true nature must be kept hidden is handed the job of administering BP's $20 billion fund for damage claims to economic victims of the Gulf oil spill.
In this article, John Kaminski dares to speak the unspeakable about the depth of the BP oil spill disaster. Many Americans are coming to his conclusions, but quickly eject these thoughts as fast as they enter. America's symbol is no longer the eagle. It is the ostrich, who hides his head in the sand to make the reality in which he finds himself disappear. However, the sand on the Gulf of Mexico's shore is now toxic. The American ostrich has no place to hide.
Horn Island was the jewel of the Mississippi barrer islands, and part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. Horn Island is dotted with huge sand dunes and pastures of sea oats. High in the trees are the massive stick nests of Ospreys, while the beaches bound with native sea birds. Other indigineous wildlife includes deer, rabbits, alligators, starfish, sand dollars and much, much more.
In case you were tempted to buy the faux Washington outrage at BP and its gulf oil spill in recent days, here's a story that reveals a little-known corporate political connection and the quiet way the inner political circles intersect, protect and care for one another in the nation's capital. And Chicago.
We already knew that BP and its folks were significant contributors to the record $750-million war chest of Barack Obama's 2007-08 campaign.
Damage control BP PR BS propaganda CBS "news" piece? You decide. Watch a BP executive cry crocodile tears while real alligators' habitats are being jeopardized.
Harry Smith keeps a straight face as he interviews BP (dis)managing director, Bob Dudley.
CBS does admit that up to 40 MILLION gallons of oil spill into the gulf EACH DAY. By contrast, the previous number one U.S. oil spill disaster, the Exxon Valdez, spilled a TOTAL just under 11 million gallons of oil into the Alaskan waters.
NEW ORLEANS - Media organizations say they are being allowed only limited access to areas impacted by the Gulf oil spill through restrictions on plane and boat traffic that are making it difficult to document the worst spill in U.S. history.
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