THE GREAT GULF COAST HOLOCAUST-Part 4
By Dave Hodges
September 10, 2011
“Only when the last tree has withered, the last fish has been caught, and the last river has been poisoned, will you realize you cannot eat money.” -Cree Proverb
Not only has Obama declared that the Gulf is open for business and the food supply is unquestionably safe, the President and Navy Secretary Ray Mabus have sent ten Gulf Coast seafood products to 72 base commissaries along the East Coast as well as to the troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. The products include Gulf of Mexico fish, shrimp, oysters, crab cakes, and packaged Cajun dishes such as jambalaya. If you know and care about someone serving in the military, or know someone who shops at military commissaries, you might want to send them this article after you familiarize yourself with the following evidence which clearly demonstrates that the consumers of Gulf Coast food products are playing a dangerous game of Russia Roulette with regard to the safety of their food supplies.
Barak Obama and his merry band of sociopathic minions (e.g., EPA Administrator, Lisa Jackson; USDA Director, Steve Wilson) might be able to deceive the public without conscience, regarding the ongoing and omnipresent dangers associated with the Gulf’s food supply. However, both scientists and food industry experts are very forthcoming in their accounts about the dangers posed by the consumption of food from the Gulf, even if their accounts are being totally ignored in the corporate controlled press.
A Voice of Truth and Courage
Despite the Obama administration’s chicanery, there is one politician who won’t fall into the trap of endangering public safety in the name of furthering corporate profits. Earlier this year, Louisiana State Senator, A.G. Crowe, an actual politician who understands his primary duty is to protect the health and welfare of his constituents, authored a challenging letter to the President with some very poignant questions. In writing the letter, Senator Crowe spit in the face of the Obama propaganda machine when he directly and indirectly challenged the President’s competence and concern for the citizens of the Gulf Coast region as he pointedly asked the President, “…Is Gulf seafood safe? If so, define safe. Please define the test methods used to determine safety to assist independent scientists to verify these results. The independent smell test by the USDA has on occasion proven to be inaccurate. What test equipment is being employed? USDA Director Steve Wilson will not declare verbally.” Senator Crowe went on to tell the President that “We will not be fooled in to believing that the oil and the toxins are gone… Because the toxic dispersants have been used, and are still being used today, the oil is being forced downward in to the water columns and then carried endlessly around and about by the Gulf currents adversely affecting our environment [ibid].”