Gulf Coast Children Experiencing Health Challenges (VIDEO)

Title: Gulf Coast Children Experiencing Health Challenges
Source: laenviro
Date: Jan 19, 2012

In the wake of the BP Oil Disaster many Gulf Coast residents face health challenges. 

9 comments to Gulf Coast Children Experiencing Health Challenges (VIDEO)

  • Thank you for begining to cover this tradgy again…There are many officals who need to be behind bars permenantly…..It is obvious even to the most uneducated person(s) our Usurped lying and covering this up.These are very sad days for America……
    Thank you for your reporting

  • Jack

    Yes Thank You!
    It is just ridiculous how the TV ads by BP, and also
    by State of Louisiana, and another Gulf-Tourism agency,
    are promoting the beaches and the seafood, like,
    NO PROBLEM! Come on Down!
    Most folks are only aware of their own comfort-zone.
    I was promoting “flight to the Northwest”, until
    Fukushima happened, and now they are saying the Cascades
    are as bad as Japan for contamination with Rads…Oy Vey!

  • Stop teasing us “MORE” news please.At least three to six articles a day to back in swing of things.Imiss the quality news here………..Thanks

  • I am so happy to see FOSL again! Not that I want to read about tumor-filled fish and Corexit poisoning, but because I know it is happening and not enough people understand this. I was on Anna Maria Island in October. It was the first time I had stepped on the beach since June 2010. The beach is covered with oil pellets and the the seashells have oil stains. It’s so obviously different than two years ago. People were swimming on the water without a care in the world. My mom and left the beach with respiratory problems that lasted throughout the night. The restaurants are all serving Gulf shrimp and people are fishing as if the GOM disaster never happened. It’s weird. Even the best restaurants on the island are serving toxic seafood. With this kind of denial, it’s easy to see how people could forget about that little problem called Fukushima.

    The National Examiner is the only media outlet that covers the GOM disaster consistently. Here is a link to some me older stories the you may have missed.

    This is an older article that I had submitted to Admin but it was never posted. This is mind blowing – and no one other than Debra Dupree (my favorite journalist) has reported it.

    First live Gulf dolphin found since BP oil ‘spill’

    Lone dolphin survivor rescued from ongoing Gulf of Mexico oil and Corexit carpet-bombing massacre

    The first live dolphin has been found in the Gulf of Mexico since the nation’s largest eco-catastrophe in history, the TransOcean BP deep sea oil explosion where oil is still leaking. The dolphin was sick and stranded in Alabama where he was rescued and transported to Gulfport, Mississippi to the hands of Moby Solangi, director of Institue for Marine Mammal Studies to convalesce and be researched to provide clues to the dead dolphin pehnomena that began when the TransOcean deepsea oil rig rented by BP exploded April 20, 2010.

    Read the rest of the story here:

    P.S. Admin, even though some of the stories on the NE are older, I think they are still worth linking here.

  • beachbum

    Just look at the blogs from last year and the year before and you will realize that these illnesses were predicted to be here.
    Where is BP, the Queen of England’s company? They should be asked to leave our waters and never come back; just like in Brazil.
    These people are murderers; killers at large.

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  • Why dose she have so many box's of meds of the same types ? Arn't they taken them ?

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