Wednesday, April 18, 2012

All Government Agencies Refusing to Test Seafood from Gulf of Mexico. Seafood deformed- Video. 2 Year Anniversary of BP Oil Leak - still happening

The fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico have never seen anything like the seafood they are now catching there.


The shrimp don't have eyes, the fish have lesions on them and all Federal Government agencies are refusing to test the seafood out of the Gulf of Mexico.


I use to eat seafood all the time.  My favorite food is/was Crawfish.  I have not eaten a single crawfish since the oil leak.  I won't eat any seafood now.  I did make sure any seafood I ate came from the Asian area, after the BP oil leak.  Now that of course is ruined too and of course the Federal Government will not test any seafood out of Japan/Alaska or any where around there either.


Portion from link:

New Orleans, LA - "The fishermen have never seen anything like this," Dr Jim Cowan told Al Jazeera. "And in my 20 years working on red snapper, looking at somewhere between 20 and 30,000 fish, I've never seen anything like this either."

Dr Cowan, with Louisiana State University's Department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences started hearing about fish with sores and lesions from fishermen in November 2010.

Cowan's findings replicate those of others living along vast areas of the Gulf Coast that have been impacted by BP's oil and dispersants.

Gulf of Mexico fishermen, scientists and seafood processors have told Al Jazeera they are finding disturbing numbers of mutated shrimp, crab and fish that they believe are deformed by chemicals released during BP's 2010 oil disaster.

Along with collapsing fisheries, signs of malignant impact on the regional ecosystem are ominous: horribly mutated shrimp, fish with oozing sores, underdeveloped blue crabs lacking claws, eyeless crabs and shrimp - and interviewees' fingers point towards BP's oil pollution disaster as being the cause.










Here is video from April 9th of a fly over around the BP oil leak area - you will see oil is still coming to the surface. An oil leak is still happening. But of course people think it is safe, because MSM and the government has said so. Including all those wonderful commercials from BP showing all the States surrounding the Gulf vying for "Who is the best state to visit" and saying how safe the seafood and water is now.



Here is the latest BP commercial for 2012 how safe the seafood and water is:




One very big question - if it took for the 3rd generation of seafood in the Gulf of Mexico to fully show the toxicity from the BP oil and corexit (that they still spray every day), when will the humans show it from eating the seafood from there over the last couple of years.

The two year anniversary of the BP Oil Leak is coming up this weekend today. Will MSM review it? Will they assure everyone "All is fine now?" Will they ignore it completely and hope people don't remember it?

I know I remember it, because it is still happening. I am also asking people not to eat the seafood. For all the people eating the seafood and having children what will show up in their kids at some point?

Edit to Add - 4/19/12

MotherJones has an article and pictures showing how the skin of humans are soaking up the oil tar and corexit in the Gulf Waters. It proves how toxic the water really is.

5 comments:

  1. Between the oil spill in the Gulf and the radioactive water dumped off the coast of Japan, I won't be eating any seafood again.

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  2. crawfish don't come from the gulf; they're a freshwater species...

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    1. They are brackish water and are around the swamps. For that reason any seafood from the gulf area, due to the corexit sprayed I will not eat.

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