BP Gulf Oil Spill: Oil Is Still There
The BP Gulf Oil Spill is still impacting the ecosystem and inhabitants, both human and animals. Reports of oiled birds, dead fish, weathered oil slicks, and health problems continue. The two videos below illustrate these issues on the Gulf coast. The first is a Project Gulf Impact video on the continuing effects of the BP Gulf Oil Spill on human health. The second video documents dead fish and oil on the beaches of Grand Isle, Louisiana.
From The Gulf Stream To The Bloodstream – THE VIDEO BP DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE! However, here is what Allen and the corporate media are not talking about – residents along the Gulf Coast are sick from the effects of the oil gusher. “The harm dealt by this silent enemy is beginning to creep into the lives of those living and working in the Gulf. The problem has been lurking in the Gulf since the first days of the BP oil spill and now has the potential ignite a disaster unlike any this country has ever seen,” reports Project Gulf Impact, an organization of citizen journalists who are doing what the corporate media refuses to do. “The residents of the Gulf of Mexico are entering a crisis whose scope cannot be calculated. Several symptoms have been reported, from subtle to severe: skin rashes and infections, upper respiratory burning, congestion and cough, headaches, nausea, vomiting, and neurological symptoms including short-term memory loss and coordination problems. These health problems, if acknowledged at all, are mis-diagnosed, buried, and mis-attributed.”
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