Censored Gulf news: US health and refugee humanitarian crisis. Day 100

Sunday, July 25, 2010
By Paul Martin

Deborah Dupre’

“Those who evacuate now will have a greater chance at survival.” ~ Kimberly Dawley and AC Griffith

Dr. Riki Ott, toxicologist and humanitarian, has advised that three tough choices exist for Gulf Coast residents: 1) Leave, 2) Stay and wear a respirator, or 3) Become painfully il. EPA whistleblower, Hugh Kaufman explained this week that the “dispersant,” Corexit, is meant to cause internal bleeding and IntelHub reports today, on Day 100 of the catastrophe, that evidence of acid rain and human suffering due to chemicals has become so clear, it is logically impossible to discredit it, yet a media black-out continues, enforced by black ops.

Gulf chemicals killing humans

“Independent investigative journalist, Dahr Jamail, stated that the air was so chemically laden that you could smell and TASTE chemicals in the air! Headaches and shortness of breath have been reported by hundreds of people, yet we are still being told that the air quality is safe,” reports Alex Thomas of IntelHub.

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