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Very Disturbing Connection Between Gulf Oil Spill, Chemical Weapons Stockpile And Dead Birds And Fish

Saturday, January 15, 2011 20:40
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The mysterious discovery of thousands of dead birds and fish in a variety of locations throughout North and Central America has scientists looking for a common cause.  Despite the great distances between the kills, mere coincidence seems an unlikely explanation. Now there might be a connection, and one we warned about.

You will recall that earlier this year I told you about a very real concern regarding the use of millions of gallons of a chemical dispersant known as Corexit being applied to the water after the Gulf Oil disaster. (here, here and here) The chemical, combined with crystallized natural gas and oil, forms a toxic cloud which, according to some reports, threatened the life of birds, animals, fish and humans as it spread over North America then fell to the earth as rain, contaminating water and food sources.

One of the results of of Corexit poisoning is harm to red blood cells, kidneys and liver.

Preliminary autopsy reports from the dead birds found in Arkansas reveals that they suffered from blood clots, a known consequence of Corexit poisoning.

In addition, some reports claim that the United States military may also have acquired a large volume of the chemical weapon known as Phosgene gas and stored it in tanks near Pine Bluff Arkansas. Some reports say the military had been experimenting with dispersant airplanes seeking to get rid of the gas which was leaking from beneath the ground. The effects of poisoning from this chemical weapon also mirror the physical findings in the dead birds and fish found along the Arkansas River.

Stay tuned.

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