Irradiation from Japan?

Well! Fear of irradiation from Japan adding just few RADs more to our day to day living, isn’t it? What do you prefer? Some traces of iodine in your spinach or a toxic bouillon of dreadful chemicals spewting from your industries every days of the year?

Come on people… just look into your own country and stop being mesmerized by your medias….

People are sickened and are dying from high level of toxins in your own country and nobody talk about it….  Why doctors and hospitals refuse to acknowledge these thousands upon thousands of sick americans who are trying to clean BP’s mess?

Or should we talk about the town of Hinkley, California where residents’ drinking water had been — and still is — poisonned by chromium toxic plumes from a near by industry for many, many years now (remember “Erin Brockovich?)… with people sickened and dying there too… Is something has been done about this?

Just two exemples in the midst of many thousands of terrible things happening in your own country, things you people don’t know about or don’t want to know about.

Read these few lines:

“This young woman, Jennifer Rexford, BP-hired oil cleanup worker, is documenting her illness from the toxins in the gulf with her video camera. If you think it’s just headaches or something like that, watch this. Severe neurological damage. Doctors and hospitals refuse to acknowledge this with anyone there who’s sick. And there are apparently tens of thousands now.
Paul Doomm is mentioned twice in this video. He is a 22 year old who swam in and ate from the Gulf all summer, against his grandmother’s advice. He has been hospitalized after seeing 94 doctors who don’t know what to do for him. His blood had the highest amount of PAH’s ever documented.”

If you want to see an excerpt of her video:

What can be done? Who can do something? Are those multiple billions of dollars spent on “wars” somewhere else would not be more useful for cleaning your own land and help your sickened people to recover?

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