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Censored Gulf news: People bleeding internally, millions poisoned says 'EPA whistleblower'

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posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:34 PM
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Rodney F. Chase
Director

Rodney F. Chase became a member of our Board of Directors in May 2005. Mr. Chase is a former Deputy Group Chief Executive of BP and served on the board of BP for eleven years. He retired from BP in April 2003 after 38 years of service. During his career, Mr. Chase had major responsibility for the sale of BP Minerals, and the acquisition and integration of Sohio, Britoil, Amoco, ARCO, Mobil Europe, Castrol and Veba Oil, together with the disposal of BP’s holding in Ruhrgas. He was instrumental in the creation of TNK-BP, BP’s Russian business entity. He was Deputy Chairman of TNK-BP until May 2004. Mr. Chase now serves on the board of Tesco plc as Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Director. He is a Non-Executive Director of Computer Sciences Corp. and Tesoro Corporation, and Non-Executive Chairman of Petrofac Limited in the Channel Isles. He joined Lehman Brothers in 2003 as Senior Advisor in both Europe and the USA. He has previously served as a Non-Executive Director of B.O.C. plc and Diageo plc in London.


If there is anyone who knows what the F*** is going on........its him!!!



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posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:35 PM
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Man come on.

You refuse to listen to us who live here; and even say you think we work for BP.

I will pay for your hotel; breakfast, lunch and dinner for your whole family and I will show you that what I'm posting is the truth.

This propaganda has to stop somewhere.

Ridin



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:37 PM
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So are you saying that there is no oil spill???



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:40 PM
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One question...Why would BP contract out their own medical clinic and make it manditory that all workers report there and if they refused and went to there private physician or local parish clinic they would be fired and also refuse to give data of sickness to the State of Louisiana Health Officials??

But no one is sick right?

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posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:40 PM
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I am sorry, no disrespect to you, but I would not take my family to the gulf coast right now. I am really worried about the effects, the untested effects of the chemicals and the possiblity of even worse problems in the coming future from the well and fissures.

I am sorry. I understand.



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:42 PM
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Great thinking, I kind of lost consciousness while reading that, just too too much to try and process sometimes.

I Know what you mean, that deserves an answer.



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:44 PM
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Most people are just going about their lives, not interested or tuned in.



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:45 PM
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Bottom line is people are sick and its not being reported to health officials due to BP control.......

Is it as bad as you say with your thread........I really don't know.........

But that is why we started our project............We will get answers like it or not............If there are no Toxins then thats what we will report.......



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:47 PM
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So you have not read my posts?

Of course there has been an oil spill.
But it's not causing me, or anyone I know (who happen to live here) to bleed internally as the OP says.

The public deserves to know the truth. A few of us who live here are telling you the truth, but it's not what you want to hear.


Ridin



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:47 PM
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This 40 ton whale has had enough of humanity, he took revenge for the crap going on in the world he senses!

www.msnbc.msn.com...



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:51 PM
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Where do you live? I mean just being curious?
Is all your "data" based on "the news"?

Ridin



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:52 PM
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Actually I am not saying your not telling the truth...........I also hear the oposite from what you are saying as well.........

And you mentioned the truth?? Well that is exactly what I am wanting to know as well.......I am presently working with several toxicologist and scientist who are seeking the truth as well............

We will see in the coming months just what that truth is.........!!



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:54 PM
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Where do you live because I will be down there taking water samples....and we could meet and have a beer or two!!



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:55 PM
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Hello.
I live in south Alabama and I have been going to the beach all my life. There are less prople going to the beach but, I assue you, nothing is happening to the ones who are. I have friends who surf and are in the water every weekend and they are not getting sick, or even oily for that matter. I consider myself an amature photographer and all I can find to take pictures of is the usual; birds, beachscapes and the occasional hot bikini. I don't know where all these horrible pictures of oiled up wildlife are coming from but I can say for sure it is not on the Alabama gulf coast.

Ridin


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I find it extremely funny that these folks choose to ignore those of us who live down here. We've been to the beaches along the gulf coast. I guess the truth isn't what they want to hear.

The truth doesn't sell papers. What a shame.

Ridin


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I can't speak for all the beaches along the gulf coast, but I have been from the Florabama to Grand Bay (from the east end of Alabama, on the beach, to the west end) in search of ecological damage and found none.
I'm not the only local posting the same findings here.

I'm just saying that I beleive the mainstream media is blowing this thing waaay out of proportion because it gets ratings. Let's face it the news has been slow lately. There's only so much political mud slinging people will watch.

God knows I hope I don't live to eat these words because this is my home.



Above are your posts, I am very much reading them. So far I am not worried about your area because of your posts... cautiious and wary, but not freaking.

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posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:55 PM
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Oh my goodness, did he tell you that?

Ridin



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:57 PM
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I hail from Huntington Beach Ca. but live in the midwest at present.



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 10:58 PM
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I don't mean to be ugly. I'd be happy to meet and have a beer.
I'm just tired of all the BS floating around here.

Ridin



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 11:03 PM
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straight from the MSDS sheet for Corexit


"Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES Skin:YES Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:EYES: IRRITATING, MAY INJURE TISSUE IF
NOT REMOVED PROMPTLY. SKIN: IRRITATING. ABSORPTION MAY CAUSE
HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA & KIDNEY DAMAGE EVIDENCED BY PALENESS & RED
COLORATION OF URINE. INHALATION: RESPIR ATORY TRACT IRRITATION.
SYSTEMIC EFFECTS. INGESTION: LOW TOXICITY. INHALATION/SKIN
OVEREXPOSURE: BLOOD/KIDNEY DAMAGE.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:NONE

Spill Release Procedures:ELIMINATE IGNITION SOURCES. SMALL/LARGE SPILL:
IMPLEMENT CLEANUP PROCECURES. FOR LARGE IF IN PUBLIC AREA, EVACUATE
AREA. CONTAIN LIQUID W/SAND/EARTH. DON'T USE COMBUSTIBLES. RECOVER
BY PUMPING (EXPLOS ION PROOF/HAND PUMP) OR W/A SUITABLE ABSORBENT.


Respiratory Protection:IF THE TLV HAS BEEN EXCEEDED, USE A NIOSH/MSHA
APPROVED RESPIRATOR.
Ventilation:LOCAL EXHAUST. STORE & HANDLE LABORATORY SAMPLES IN A LAB
HOOD. PROVIDE MECHANICAL VENTILATION IN CONFINED AREAS.
Protective Gloves:CHEMICAL RESISTANT
Eye Protection:CHEMICAL SAFETY GOGGLES W/FACE SHIELD
Other Protective Equipment:CHEMICAL SUIT, RUBBER BOOTS, LONG SLEEVE
CLOTHING.
Supplemental Safety and Health
"""

find here
hazard.com...
























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posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 11:05 PM
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"cautiious and wary"
My god man, you made it sound like blood was shooting out of all my orfaces.
Again, I'm not speaking for the whole gulf coast but it's not as bad as it sounds on the news.
And, No, I do not work for BP in any way, shape or form.

Ridin



posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 11:07 PM
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Actually I am wanting to retest the waters where the news crew filmed taking samples which is down in your neck of the woods..........

I will keep you posted of when and where I will be the first week of August......

Again, not being rude myself and I am hoping you are right!!



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