posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 01:03 PM
If you go to the Andersen AFB EPA Superfund website and scroll down to where it says "Marbo Annex" you will see the paragraph that says the Federal
EPA just issued a Waiver to the Department of Defense for the Trichloroethylend in the bottom of the Guam water table.
There is no way to clean it out. It's from the prior military build ups on Guam, mainly the Vietnam War. The dumps on Andersen AFB are full of
munitions and hazardous waste. They were on the Superfund. They were just pencil whipped off of Superfund in 2008 and DOD refused to cap them. They
are the only munitions/hazardous waste dumps on Federal soil/prior military dumps....that weren't capped. Why did they do this?
The Draft Environmental Impact Study for the military build up says DOD plans on putting dozens of drinking water wells.....right next to those old
dumps. IF they were capped there would be land use restrictions.
Chlordane was detected in the public water system and Naval wells exceeding the allowable levels in 2008. It's half life has came and gone several
times but it's still popping up exceeding Federal Levels. By Federal law they are supposed to filter the public water system with charcoal. They can't
afford that and was never done. DOD built most of the water infrastructure after WWII and the lead water pipes are still in the ground. Nobody can
afford to replace them. They haven't tested the public water for lead since it blew past allowable levels in the 1980's. The EPA has been screaming
bloody murder and threatening to fine Guam because the sewer pipes running the tapwater/toilet water into the ocean.....exceed Federal Law in the
amount of lead you can have in waste water. It's from the lead water pipes all over the island.
There's 100+ military dumps all over the island. Chemicals weapons have been dug up in peoples back yards. Munitions are all over, the place was
heavily bombed in WWII. We vaporized entire villages in WWII.
DOD is planning on taking the race track on Guam along with part of Route 15 for the mortar/shooting range. People ain't happy about that. DOD has
contractors building lots of stuff and the subcontractors are using illegal alien Chinese laborers making pieces of concrete structures then trucking
them in to be assembled by legit laborers. Those chinese slaves ain't even getting paid. They had a bunch of them march to the Guam Dept of Labor mad
they weren't getting paid.
What's going on in Guam is criminal. Do we own Guam? No. In 1898 when we beat Spain they ceded their military forts/roads in the Philippines and Guam
to the US. They didn't cede the people or countries. Hence why Guam is one of the 16 countries on the UN Decolonization list waiting to be
decolonized. We don't own it. Never have. Lots of things have been going on in the UN and the United States thinks Guam may be lost soon. Hence if you
get close to their military bases on Guam you will see LARGE blue painted lines outlining their military base boundary. Why would they do that?
177 countries at the UN voted for the last 16 countries on the UN Decolonization list to be freed. The US didn't vote yes for that. They submitted a
letter saying Guam is part of the US and they won't give it up.
The world is thinking otherwise. China/Russia along with the world may be mounting a mission to liberate the last 16 countries still occupied. Maybe
we are going to use Guam to drag America into a fight against China.
We did it before.
edit on 27-10-2010 by Pervius because: spellin'