Oil Spill Problems Continue

Okay, so I haven’t updated this blog in a while, but I figured that I should at least share with you one of my newest interests. Call me paranoid, but I have some pretty good reasons not to trust the people in charge, and neither should you.

Are you aware that the problems caused by the oil spill in 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico by BP aren’t resolved yet?  Are you aware that it’s actually getting worse?  That people and animals (ground and water both) are dying and suffering horrible complications?

Articles like this would have you believing that all is well or getting better, but that’s not the case at all.

This time a year ago, nearly 100 dead dolphins had washed up on land.  What’s that number now?  Mutations are being found in all different kinds of marine life.  People are getting sick and staying that way.  And the media is ignoring it, because “We, the People” apparently don’t count for squat anymore.

Gulf Seafood Deformities Alarm Scientists – Al Jazeera, April 20, 2012

BP’s Gulf of Mexico Disaster: Two Years Later, Where Is The Response? – Greenpeace Staff Blog, April 20, 2012

Mutant Crabs Turning Up in the Gulf – Discovery News, April 19, 2012

Investigation: Two Years After the BP Spill, A Hidden Health Crisis Festers – The Nation, April 18, 2012

BP’s Corexit Oil Tar Sponged Up by Human Skin – Mother Jones, April 17, 2012

Ex BP cleanup worker speaks: people are sick and dying in the Gulf – March 2011 – watch Jennnifer Rexford’s YouTube video on what she and others have been experiencing. This site has lots of links to other related stories too.

Gulf Spill Sickness Wrecking Lives – Al Jazeera, March 2011

~ by lastcrazyhorn on April 22, 2012.

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