EXCLUSIVE: Tests find sickened family has 50.3 ppm of Corexit’s 2-butoxyethanol in swimming pool — JUST ONE HOUR NORTH OF TAMPA (lab report included)

*Exclusive* Credit: FloridaOilSpillLaw.com

“Our heads are still swimming,” stated Barbara Schebler of Homosassa, Florida, who received word last Friday that test results on the water from her family’s swimming pool showed 50.3 ppm of 2-butoxyethanol, a marker for the dispersant Corexit 9527A used to break up and sink BP’s oil in the Gulf of Mexico.

The problems began for the Scheblers a few weeks after the April 20 blow-out. “Our first clue were rashes we both got early in May. Both my husband and I couldn’t get rid of the rashes and had to get cream from our doctor,” Schebler noted, “I never had a rash in my life.”

Then, on “July [23], my husband Warren mowed the lawn. It was hot so he got in the pool to cool off afterward. That afternoon he had severe diarrhea and very dark urine. This lasted about 2 days.”

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Initially, they reasoned this was caused by the heat. The following week Mr. Schebler again mowed the lawn and went in the pool, and again he was sickened with the same severe symptoms.

Suspicious that the pool may be a problem, the family set out to get the water tested. “We have a 15 year old and felt we owed it to him to live in a clean, healthy environment,” said Mrs. Schebler.

The Scheblers found Robert Naman, a Mobile, Alabama chemist who’s performed multiple tests (1, 2, 3) for WKRG Channel 5, also out of Mobile.

“Warren collected a water sample from the pool filter on August 17th… packed the sample according to Mr. Naman’s instructions, and overnighted it to his Mobile, Ala. lab that same day,” she noted.

The results were delivered by Naman over the phone on August 27 at 11:00 a.m. EDT. A copy of the findings were then e-mailed to the Scheblers. To view the document, click here.

“Naman [said] our pool water sample we sent him contained 50.3 ppm [parts per million] 2-butoxyethanol marker for Corexit,” according to Mrs. Schebler. Tests for arsenic came back at less than .02 ppm.

A July letter from four top scientists noted, “Corexit 9527A contains 2-BTE (2-butoxyethanol), a toxic solvent that ruptures red blood cells, causing hemolysis (bleeding) and liver and kidney damage (Johanson and Bowman, 1991, Nalco, 2010).”

The safety data sheet provided by Nalco, the manufacturer of Corexit 9527A, warns, “Harmful if absorbed through skin. May be harmful if swallowed. May cause liver and kidney effects and/or damage. There may be irritation to the gastro-intestinal tract.”

Mr. Schebler’s “severe diarrhea and very dark urine” appear to indicate gastro-intestinal tract irritation.

BP Press Officer Daren Beaudo released a statement on August 28 that reads, “Unified Command records indicate that the last date of use of the Corexit 9527 was May 22,” almost three months before the samples were taken from the pool.

Yet, the Schebler’s report is the second time in the last 10 days that the 2-butoxyethanol marker for Corexit 9527A has been discovered near the Gulf. It has also been found near the Florida border in Cotton Bayou, AL, at  about 1/4 the level as in Homosassa, FL. A WKRG segment from August 19 featured an inland water sample that tested for 13.3 ppm of the Corexit dispersant.

The question remains, how did this chemical find its way into the Schebler’s pool in such a high concentration?

“At night we would hear very low aircraft, including helicopters. We figured they were just heading to help out in the Gulf,” and Mrs. Schebler added that she was told, “The prevailing winds from the Gulf are easterly — and when they spray, it is airborne — and that we are right in the path of those winds.” It was also noted that, “We had alot of rain here before my husband got sick, and wondered what was going on… We had been having daily downpours in July.”

There is no way to be sure at this point. Though she stated, “Friends a few miles away… are having [a] similar situation. They are now thinking of getting their water tested.”

Toxicologist discusses dispersants being encountered on land:

As for the family’s current physical well being, “We both still have rashes that will not go away if we stop the cream we were given by our doctor. Warren still gets diarrhea on and off – this never happened with this frequency before.”

But the trauma is not only physical. Here are the answers of the Scheblers when asked about the current situation at their home and in their area:

“We spoke to a number of mothers and fathers last evening [August 27]. Most have not even heard of Corexit. … But for the most part, parents with small children were concerned.”

“Some of the neighbors we spoke to were more worried about home values than pollution.”

“We are hoping for someone to come and do more samplings, we were told we shouldn’t eat anything from outside as it probably will all be tainted. It seems that we are the first to check on this, we’re sure all our neighbors on this coast will have the same outcome.”

“We are lost. We would like more testing. We’ve reached out to a few people we thought could tell us where we go from here, but haven’t as of yet received any direction. We are not completely able to grasp what this means.”

“We feel it is a horrible environment to live in and frankly, would like to leave the area. We believe that if this substance is in our pool, it could very well be in the air, especially because of the rashes we continue to apply medication to. We’re not sure if this will enter the groundwater, or even already has. We feel other people need to know that if it’s in our backyard, it is most definitely in other backyards.”

“Where we go from here, we do not know.”

Additional responses shared by the Scheblers:

  • A friend told us a few months ago that [the nuclear power station located less than 15 miles north is] checking constantly for the underwater plumes, because they could shut down the plant.
  • Warren cleans the lanai [around the pool] with a power washer, no chemicals at all. We’ve never used or purchased Simple Green [which contains 2-butoxyethanol].
  • We were stunned to see our beautiful, wine red daylillies turn a yellow-white color and die [around the end of June]. The plant kept producing sickly blooms after that, which would die on the stem. We’ve never seen a red flower turn color. The plants are 3 years old. Extremely odd – we should have taken pictures of that, but didn’t…
  • One of our dogs had severe diarrhea for a week [in early May]. Neighbors have reported similar findings.

Additional information on dispersant use:

68 comments to EXCLUSIVE: Tests find sickened family has 50.3 ppm of Corexit’s 2-butoxyethanol in swimming pool — JUST ONE HOUR NORTH OF TAMPA (lab report included)

  • Tim

    I knew it.
    For days after they said they had capped that well there were all sort of fish kills in some of the interior lakes in Alabama, Mississippi, and LA. Thank you for the report, maybe this will wake some people up. Of course, I do not suppose you will EVER see this in the MAIN STREAM NEWS media — They have to protect their president I guess when they should be protecting the people of the gulf.

  • Keep up the great reporting!


    The World of Wild Edibles

  • Big Daddy

    What a joke. “We have never bought simple Green” Why would she even say that? There are a LOT of products that have 2-butoxyehtanol in them…Windex for one. I’ll bet I can get my pool over 50ppm too and I live a longgggggggg way from the gulf.

  • SeaJay

    Exactly Big Daddy … check out this list:

    I refuse to live in fear just because one family has contaminated pool water that could have come from many sources. I need more information.

    I do support independent testing of our waters!

  • xdrfox

    An article about posible use of Corexit being used on the East Coast by me. … http://beforeitsnews.com/story/143/686/Corexit_Being_Used_On_The_East_Coast.html

  • premurdered

    Now that’s reporting! Being an armchair scientist, I have studied the effects of these chemicals at length. But, in the long run you only need common sense to know that RAIN brings Corexit to every living thing and every body of water. As time goes by, the U.S. will be deeply affected by this dispersant use. If you are a denier, go here……. http;//www.theamericansheeple.com If you need a good start on real World news, including the US, go here….. http;//www.eutimes.net……

  • Kris

    All the burns that we did not see on TV put a lot of that in the atmosphere. Couple that with the natural evaporation from the Gulf, then acid rain. It makes sense, sadly.
    Second largest oil spill in history, 20xExon Valdes. Small amounts of toxins can have a big long term impact.
    No need to live in fear, however, taking steps to reduce toxic exposure may be a good idea.

  • Nice Job getting the information out. This is why we started our project Test The Rain. We need volunteers to help in this project. Learn more at http://www.testtherain.com

  • Lilly

    Biological warfare. This is a crime against humanity.

  • charlie london

    A pool is collecting the water from the rains as well. The gulf and the surrounding bayous, bay at least get a constant flow of water with the wind patterns and tidal changes. I would just think a pool would collect more of what is coming from the environment and ferment. : ) Just my thoughts

  • tim

    Censored Gulf news: Deadly denial of ‘Core Exit.’ Evacuations. Griff’s Agenda 21 facts

    Deadly Denial of Core Exit

    Denial that Americans are under a planned chemical warfare attack by their own own government gassing Gulf coast residents is resulting in a deadly slow-kill, rendering it impossible for most locals to self-relocate. Project Gulf Impact filmmaker has learned from government officials that “forced evacuation will begin within days” as Agenda 21 escalates, impacting not only Gulf Coast residents but also, in a domino effect, the entire nation equally in denial due to the unprecedented petrochemical-military-industrial-complex (PMIC) cover-up of the continuing U.S. crime against humanity for its ultimate “Full Spectrum Dominance.”


  • ghana

    “Their” agenda is depopulation, but they want to evacuate us. They want to take over our lands, but are poisoning the land and water. Does this make sense people? What you have are theives; not genius. They phucked up stealing our resources and created a nightmare. Don’t wait for them to give you answers and stop being children hiding behind a few courageous neighbors. Stand up and take them down from LA. to FL. Be at the shore NIGHT AND DAY! BE AT THE DOCKS NIGHT AND DAY. Yes, they can run off and scare 1, 10 or maybe even 50 people, but all of Mobile, AL., all of so on and so on… Do you all need a leader who is not afraid of any of them? What is keeping you acting like the victims of WWII or any other place the people where cowards? If your current elected local official (Govenor, Mayor or Sheriff) is not working for you; oust their arse in a special election with one that will and get rolling before they completely roll you over.

    Any group or local government from the Gulf Coast ready to launch an emergency retaliation plan to regain control of their area and might have interest in having me on board as a volunteer to help develop, coordinate, or implement any part of such an endeavor can contact me at gserapis@yahoo.com I am at your service my brothers and sisters and have experience.

  • Your Name Here

    American Midwestern small towns in Kansas and North Dakota have houses for sale starting at $5,000 total price. These towns are shrinking, dying on the vine, due to dwindling population declines of 1% per year. The housing market is in freefall, making them even cheaper.

  • Harv

    I doubt this will be published because it is critical of your article’s writing and editing. You mix the dispersant with the “A” with the other in the text, and then you mix up the terms of the paticular chemical with the basic dispersant itself.
    I hav no quarrel with the entire oil spill being a dangerous thing including business and government actions/non-actions. But for the full and correct picture, truth and accuracy are vital.

  • Howard T. Lewis III

    Dear Schlebers,
    Somebody dumped something in your pool.
    Drain, clean pool and filters. Refill. Monitor. Monitor air. Combined with the inception of computerized voting fraud, there apparently has developed a severe corruption problem in Florida. I was there in 1968 and watched ‘Hey, Jude’ on the Smothers Brothers TV show at the Strozer Fish Camp on the Santa Fe River. Beautiful place. Good luck.

  • wu

    it appears theres a discrepancy with the WKRG report
    only mentions testing positive for ‘corexit’ with no number at end AND no name of ingredient
    13.3 of?

  • priscilla

    featured prominently at Contagion News


    well done!!

  • 4CleanEnergy

    I live in Florida and recently went to the doctor for sudden, severe, long-lasting, and unusual gastrointenstinal issues, as did several of my friends. During one of my friend’s visits, his doctor said “in the past week I have seen more cases of unexplained diarrhea than I have in my entire career.” He has been in practice for over 30 years. Additionally, we have what look like burn holes in most of our plants in the backyard. Those “burned” areas then turn yellow just before that section of the plant dies. I’ve lived here for years and have never seen anything like this.

  • TruthSeekerHarrison

    Your Zionist run New World Order Freak Government is trying to kill you people. Not only is the food poisoned, the spirit poisoned, the nation flooded with third world criminals, the air being sprayed with chemicals, your kids vaccinated so they can be dumb, your kids also told lies upon lies but they are now spraying you with chemicals. I smell a rat!

  • Buska

    you people need to detox with oreganol oil. Do some herbal detoxing. The symptoms are detoxification, let the rashes happen. Look up north american herb and spice. Also, might try swedishbitters.com in order to help the stomach. Also, go to http://www.iamthewitness.com to wake up and http://www.republicbroadcasting.org to educated yourself.

  • Mark

    Look the fact is you are now starting to see small stories pop up every place of people getting sick fresh water tables being effected and animals dieing or just plant life being killed that never had this problem before . you will always have people willing not to believe anything because they quiet frankly will never face the truth. The fact is these type people can be told till your blue in the face and they simply will be blind. After 9/11 and all the evidence that has come to light. You still have these type people saying it was exactly what the government said it was. Why you ask because they are the self same people that believe the BP spill was an accident and that the government has their best interest at heart no matter how many times we show them laws are being broken and lies are being told to protect the big corporations over the safety and well being of the American people We have to remember it was the self same EPA and Government that said the air was safe at ground zero and any one who said other wise was a conspiracy nut. Well now we know the truth that it was not safe and people did die from it. The same applies for BP oil spill and the use of Cor exit chemicals they say its safe and any who say other wise are considered conspiracy nuts. well you wait 2 years we will all find out that the real lyres are the government and EPA and any supporting this crap, So choose your words and sides carefully this time because if you choose the government I do not think the after math of your choice will be looked at to kindly in history time to wake up this is effecting us all and our enemies are at the gate they are many of our leaders

  • Mutti

    @ 4cleanenergy, would you mind saying where in FL you live: North, Central or South Florida just to get an idea….my family lives in Florida too.

  • Joe

    Everyone seems to pose the same conspiracy premise…..however…..what someone has failed to mention is that BP HAS INSURANCE FOR THIS PARTICULAR SITUATION,…AND COLLECTS THIS INSURANCE MONEY FOR EVERY DAY THE DISASTER CONTINUES. So, with that said, how is it this company can just shell out BILLIONS for their efforts, like writing a check at the grocery store? This would sink the “average” business. Again, THEY RECIEVED INSURANCE MONEY FOR EVERY DAY THE WELL WAS NOT CAPPED AND IT POLLUTED THE GULF. This is the only way they can afford to operate and stay in business. EXXON IS STILL IN BUSINESS, BECAUSE OF SPILL INSURANCE AS WELL……….case in point EXXON VALDEZ.

  • Brass

    I used to work for Union Carbide (now Dow), the world’s largest manufacturer of Butyl Cellosolve (aka 2-butoxyethanol). Unlike arsenice, phenol, et al compounds that exist in nature, 2-butoxyethanol (Butyl Cellosolve) is purely synthesized designed as a cosolvent for water based apints and coatings that, after applied, have water resistance (I know it seems counterintuitive, but read on). Butyl Cellosolve would not be filtered in water treatment systems as it is designed to ‘bridge’ water and oil phases, and will be carried in with water. This is why it is so dangerous to humans. Most are not that sensitive to Butyl Cell, but if you are – watch out. Once your system has reached it saturation level with it (it has bioretention in the system), your body’s defenses are screwed, and it begins to attack other vital organs.

    The efficiency of Butyl Cell is unmatched. The abililty to exist/compatibilize in oil and water phases let’s it carry thru the body in the bloodstream, etc, but then attach to oleophilic (oil-loving) parts of our bodies. When this happens the body has no defenses and the damage is done. The body then goes into immediate ‘flush mode’ and atmepts to purge the contaminant while carrying many desired anti-bodies and damaging organs on the way out.

    This is why it is so awful in the Gulf. It is being ‘carried’ in the oil phases of the dispersant, but will ‘attack’ species who come in contact with it. Microbes will likely ignore it and not eat the oil (despite the junk science that says they do).

    Natural species were never designed to tolerate such synthetics as Butyl Cell or Bisphenol A (BPA). There are no benign effects of these synthesized materials, and the ‘build-up’ in the system (i.e. bio-retention) will eventually work to breakdown the bodily defenses that are meant to protect us.

    I’m no enviro-wacko, believe me. I believe most of the environmental movement is filled with mindless kooks promoting junk science and anti-capitalism. But certain facts are facts (not factoids).

  • Brass

    I thing I must add re presence of 2-butoxyethanol in that pool. Unless it is a salt water pool utilizing Gulf water, I suspect the 50 ppm level of Butyl Cellosolve (2-butoxyethanol) was a major contamination by the pool chemicals’ producer. Someone may add Butyl Cell instead of butanol, and it would not seem to affect the performance of the pool chemical (probably does not). However, the Butyl Cell, when in contact with the body, has far different effects than a standard alcohol (butanol, ethanol) or standard glycol (propylene glycol or glycerine).

    I would immediately check with the pool chemical manufacturer – immediately! The effects can be very hazardous. A normal citizen would not be able to get their hands on 2-butxyethanol (Butyl Cellosolve), and butanol or ethanol will not convert to 2-butoxyethanol under UV light or other standard pool chemical mixing.

    This may be the first of many people who get ill from exposure.

  • keith

    It’s sad. The whole thing sounds like a set up. I mean come on one pool out of how many in the area??? They were too far to get the poor me money so they had to be a little more creative!!!

  • Brass

    My guess as to why this gentleman had such a violent reaction to Butyl Cell is fairly simple. One strong negative side effect of Butyll Cell (2-butoxyethanol, or ethylene glycol monobutyl ether) is its rapid reaction with strong oxidizers, such as hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is naturally produced in organisms as a by-product of oxidative metabolism (waste production). Nearly all species possess enzymes which harmlessly and catalytically decompose low concentrations of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. If enzymes are overwhelmed, as in this case, and are ‘neutralized’ by thr reaction of the enzyme (amine-functional), the hydrogen peroxides are then free to react with the 2-butoxyethanol. That is where the bodily defenses begin to fail and the body goes into overload.

    The body then has to produce high levels of strong oxidizers (peroxides) to combat the contaminant Butyl Cellosolve.

    This person has a major lawsuit in the offing. Just get the right expert. It is very hard to combat good chemistry in a court of law (unless you’re on the OJ jury). The signature effect of bodily contamination is extremely consistent with the oxidative and metabolic chemitsry at work

    FYI Cellular respiration, also known as ‘oxidative metabolism’, is one of the key ways a cell gains useful energy. It is the set of the metabolic reactions and processes that take place in organisms’ cells to convert biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste products. The reactions involved in respiration are catabolic reactions that involve the oxidation of one molecule and the reduction of another.

    That’s simply what happened here, and the side effects are 100% consistent with this reaction.

  • Brass

    Keith, I agree with you. The 2-butxoyethanol is likely from a mis-formulated pool chemical employed to clean the pool (i.e. the manufacturer used Butyl Cellosolve (2-butoxyethanol) instead of butanol or standard glycol.

    I also think the homeowners ability to buy Butyl Cellosolve is nil – not sold in hardware stores, etc. Even chemical distribution houses keep a safe lock on it. Lots of stewardship involved with selling and formulating with this versatile material. It was simply misused and its side effects manifest as would be expected. My bet is it came in with the pool chemicals.

    50 ppm is not a trace amount of Butyl Cellosolve. No way. That’s a high concentration. Its specific gravity is less than water, but it is infinitely dilutable in water. That means as it was added it spread uniformly throughout the pool.

    The homeowner should drain the pool immediately AFTER the contaminant level tests are done. Secure the results in an EPA approved lab – there are many in FL. Check with your local university. Good luck.

  • tim

    Miles of Dead Fish in lower Plaquemines
    by jackbnimblenquic (Subscribe)
    Posted on: Aug 31, 2010 at 12:12 PM CDT
    Channel: News
    This photo (sorry about the quality) was delivered to me by a brave little pelican which he took 3 days ago,bless his heart.This is just a small glimpse of miles of dead rotting fish being ignored and dismissed by “BP” affiliates in lower Plaquemines Parish.Many types of fish are floating on the water off South Pass @ the mouth of the Mississippi River at (Garden Island).Surface “OIL” is also covering our waterways @ Main Pass and Passaloutre and there is oil creaping up Main Pass as I type this.I wish I had a photo of the oil but for some “mysterious reason” many boats were grounded today and my little pelican didn’t make it to the scene.BP is telling us the oil is gone…Yeah right,ok,whatever you say!Are they wearing blinders instaed of safety glasses?BP is ignoring this and they expect our fisherman to do the same.We need these bayous and marshlands.The dispersants are killing our fish,and making the oil sink, SO IT’S NOT SEEN!Well,i guess it’s time to spray again BP because it’s surfacing!Our hired fishing boats are getting layed off but there’s claenup to be done!!C’mon now…this is our way of life,our living,our future.Please,do something already!!!!!

  • tim

    Thousands of fish found dead in La. ship channel


    CHALMETTE, La. — Thousands of dead fish have been found floating at the mouth of a shipping channel that connects the Port of New Orleans with the Gulf of Mexico.
    St. Bernard Parish President Craig Taffaro says the fish kill was found Sunday afternoon at the mouth of the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet, or MRGO. He says between 5,000 and 15,000 dead fish were found, collected in pockets of boom that was deployed in the area to block oil from the spill from the Deepwater Horizon rig.
    Taffaro said Monday that the species found dead included crabs, sting rays, eel, drum, speckled trout and red fish.
    There’s no word on what caused the kill. Taffaro says they believe there’s some recoverable oil in the area but can’t specifically link it to that because there’s also been some depleted oxygen issues in the area as well.
    The state Wildlife and Fisheries’ marine division is sampling the water in hopes of finding a cause.

    Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/08/23/1788601/thousands-of-fish-found-dead-in.html#ixzz0yD3CpLmM

  • 4CleanEnergy

    Mutti, I live in Pinellas County.

  • Celeste

    I wish they would publish the full lab report with QA/QC, along with the method used to determine the level of constituent. Good reporting would compare with EPA recommended levels or at least environmental background. This type of reporting gets all of the tin foil hat people going and it scares everyone else.

    I previously contacted this lab regarding the prior media coverage of their work for the same reasons listed above (the story about the separatory funnel popping due to the chemist not venting the solution….)

    This discredits good science and makes the laymen mistrust us.

  • I have read scientific studies done on Corexit where, when the level got up to 2 parts per million, 50% of the test fish that came in contact with it died within 96 hours. The report last week that came from a Gulf-based scientist where he found 13.3 ppm in the Gulf waters he tested shows a genocidal – or rather, biocidal – level of Corexit in the water. It is an outrage that these people have 50.3 ppm in their swimming pool.

  • I wonder if these people were able to afford their pool due to money made from “slip & fall” lawsuits…

  • brass

    KJLintner – I can assure you a private citizen would not be able to get their hands on 2-butoxyethanol (aka Butyl Cellosolve, or ethylene glycol monobutyl ether). It is not sold in hardware stores or in chemical supply centers. A buyer has to have a very good reason to be buying it, the stewardship is closely watched. Unless this person is in the chemical industry, or in chemical dostribution, it is highly, highly unlikely they would be able to get this material.

    Now that I think about it, in a standard 20,000-gal pool it takes exactly 1-gallon of 2-butoxyethanol to make the pool 50-ppm concentration of 2-butoxyethanol. Highly unlikely, but if I were a defense lawyer that’s what I’d angle for, malicious contamination.

  • suze

    Actually, Corexit 9527 is still being used in the Gulf, every day. Spotters in helicopters report oil slicks, then dispatch workers who spray the Corexit to HIDE/SINK the oil at night. Anyone who believes that Corexit is no longer being used, and stays in the Gulf/FL region, does so at his/her peril. LOTS of youtube vids of huge vats of Corexit and spraying as recent as 8/25/10

  • suze

    I don’t know about the whole conspiracy theory thing, but I do believe the dispersant is still being used-BP will be fined on oils collected and burned, NOT DISPERSED/SUNK/HIDDEN underwater. It probably makes “good business sense” to sink the oil (which is poisoning the ocean/air/coasts)rather than clean it up responsibly. None of you really believe its being cleaned up properly, do you?

  • suze

    P.S. the oil is still flowing.

  • suze

    Instead of relying on state/govt labs, I strongly recommend using an INDEPENDENT LAB to test your rainwater/drinking water.

  • xdrfox

    August 31, 2010 at 1:34 pm
    hydrogen peroxide … Make that Food Safe hydrogen peroxide, can be bought in some health food stores, but be careful, most need to be mixed with water 35 to 1, it will chemically burn the skin and much more if not cut with water. Needs to be refrigerated, cost about $18.00 for about an 12 oz. Bottle. It will keep for a very long time refrigerated, have had a bottle for over 2 years and still good. After mixed with water, does not need to be keep cold, room temperature is fine.

  • xdrfox

    More and more local labs are refusing to do, think BP got to many or the Gov. Heard on the Jeff Rense.com show today broadcast

  • John

    Is it over spray, isolated sabotage, or a full-blown petro-chemical military industrial complex covert scheme? Can any of us prove beyond a reasonable doubt exactly what is happening here? I don’t, even though I’m the last one to trust our upper levels of Government. What I do know is that planned or not, as the fortunate population of the third planet from our mother star, we are disrespecting, defacing, and raping the home we all share. The Higher Power must be sickened by all this “PROGRESS” over the last couple centuries; be it planned or accidental by-products of our great Industrial / Technological Revolution.

  • Horalius

    It’s strange but not uncommon that ‘Brass’ can’t accept the observable evidence and writings for at least the last 110 years that these people are working a concerted effort to kill you.

    They call themselves ‘mad dogs’.

    They don’t care about you (ue – michael jackson talking about the same group of people).

    They have duped their own people throughout the centuries, who today are useful tools who ignore the criminal behaviour while taking the benefits.

    And now they use the same techniques against everyone.

    It’s very refined warfare. And if ‘Brass’ can’t see it until he’s dead, decayed or dying, can’t say he wasn’t warned.

    No one is a victim, there are no accidents and no coincidences.

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