Friday, November 19, 2010

To every high school kid in America - Please Read This



Hell is for Children

by Keith Johnson

"Somewhere in America, a seventeen-year-old boy is living the last year of his life."   {MORE}

3 comments:

  1. Kenny
    I know you don't need sea food. I don't eat it either but these toxins are now spreading rapidly they will be in everything on the east coast anyway.

    I am always amazed by people I know who don't notice anything out of the ordinary. Lately the word around the campfire is the gulf is anything but sealed. In fact some say some 18 other sites are still leaking as well as oil still coming out of fissures. They are still merrily spraying. It is entering the air all over the east and people think it is just a "gulf" problem. A shrimp fisherman recently commented they are killing them slowly.

    The gulf stream has all but stopped, the average temperature is 10 degrees below normal in North Europe and it is probably time for Cliff's mother of all winters. It has slowed in North Sea also. The toxins are reaching there now and all through the Canaries. They are all in the Caribbean also.

    "Though unverified, a report by Anatoly Sagalevich, director of Deepwater Submersibles Laboratory at Russia's Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, said the Gulf seabed is fractured "beyond all repair," a potentially disastrous condition he called "beyond comprehension." Using one of the Institute's Deep Submergence Vehicles, his analysis was based on close-up seabed observation and analysis."

    ..It is reasonable to foresee the threat that the breaking of a crucial warm stream (like) the Loop Current may generate a chain reaction of unpredictable critical phenomena and instabilities due to strong non- linearities which may have serious consequences on the dynamics of the Gulf Stream thermoregulation activity of the Global Climate."

    The toxins are all in the clouds now and effecting the entire east coast. There have been fish kills all along the Atlantic and tar balls recently washing up in St. Augustine, Florida the size of baseballs. The media and most everybody else don't seem to want to talk much about it.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see an ice age soon if I last that long.

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  2. This story eerily reminds me of Dalton Trumbo's 'Johnny got his gun'

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  3. The terrible smell behind the reasons for Gulf War One

    Quotation from Negotiating for Dummies by M and M Donaldson (1996), pages 195-6:

    "The Gulf War (‘Operation Desert Storm’) may well have been avoided if the diplomats had been clearer in the days just before the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq. President Saddam Hussein wanted to destroy Kuwait for a number of reasons – all of which were good and valid to him. He was not prepared to take on the US, let alone the entire world. Therefore, he met for several hours with the US Ambassador, April Glaspie.

    The Ambassador said to Hussein, ‘We have no opinion on Arab-Arab conflicts, like your border with Kuwait.’

    Astonishing.

    The Ambassador insists that there was more to the discussion than was printed in the transcript, but she does not deny these comments..

    Even Hussein’s telling of the tale indicates some lack of clarity regarding his intentions toward Kuwait. He never said his intention was to eliminate Kuwait from the face of the earth. On the other hand, the US never even hinted at the kind of response that was ultimately invoked.. Documents show that within the month before the invasion, the US communicated directly to Saddam Hussein in a way that caused him to think Iraq could cross the border into Kuwait without repercussions. Please think for a moment of the men and women who died in the Gulf War and their families who still miss them.."

    Google: April Glaspie Saddam to check this..

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