Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Censored Gulf news

Censored Gulf news: Children crying, covered in blood. Spray-poisoning backyards (video)

  • September 26th, 2010 5:39 pm ET

Late Saturday, a North Pensacola parent anonymously reported that her preschooler tested positive for 2 VOCs: Ethyl-benzene and mpzylene. Other sick people, many bleeding, flood Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctor's headquarters with phone calls and emails asking for urgent health care, Survival Detox Kits, as the PMIC continues its crime against humanity, now further inland, saturating land and water with poison - into people's backyards.

The Obama administration's petrochemical-military-industrial-complex (PMIC) continues its poisoning Americans campaign, now spraying toxic chemicals and solvents directly into inland waters, putting dispersants into people’s backyards according to many Gulf Coasters reporting to the Examiner and evidence collected by Dr. Riki Ott. (See report on Youtube below.)

Tourists who swam in the Gulf are among those contacting Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctors for help. Locals living over a mile from the Gulf are reporting the same poisoning symptoms. Most first have a "flu-like feeling"; followed by severe rashes; then further respiratory problems and 'cloudy headiness.'

Many people are reporting internal bleeding, bleeding from the rectum, ears and nose plus vomiting blood. (See 'Related articles' below)

Although VOC testing is not covered by insurance companies, Lisa Parr is among the relatively few parents who managed to get blood testing plus air samples testing. She then found no choice but to leave the area after doctors confirmed each of her ill family members tested positive for poisoning according to Brandon Evans of WCMessenger,

"I started to get a little sick.thought I was getting the flu. I was just tired and achy and started going through some little problems.

"Then I started breaking out in a rash. It literally covered my entire body - my scalp all the way down to the bottoms of my feet,"

Frac tanks were also involved in the Parr's life-threatening conditions. Evans wrote:

"On the evening of July 25, 2010, the Parrs smelled a strong odor emanating from a frac tank at a site operated by Aruba Petroleum of Plano. They reported it to TCEQ. Investigators arrived within hours to capture air samples.

Odors were detected up to a quarter-mile from the well site. The investigator, Damon Armstrong, reported that a 'plume' wafting from the tank was 'visible with the naked eye.' The petroleum-like odor was so intense the investigator himself felt sick in the short time he was there, noting dizziness and sore throat.

The analysis found five compounds that exceeded safe values for short-term health effects, and another 20 exceeded safe levels for long-term effects.

The investigation found elevated levels of ethane, pentane, hexane, octane, xylene and nonane, all potentially toxic chemicals.

Four days later, a medical test discovered the same chemicals inside Lisa. (Flight for survival: Toxic emissions force family to leave home, Wise County Messenger, September 23, 2010)

"My daughter began having severe nosebleeds," Parr said. "She'd wake me up at 6 a.m., crying, covered in blood."

After hiring someone to do water and air sampling at her home, she said. "The methane level in my daughter's room was at asphyxiation levels."

Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctors, a grassroots non-profit organization, developed after it was apparent that the U.S. government-corporation partnership would not provide survival aid to the people suffering and the military operation was to continue its chemical attack on the people.

The barefoot doctors now struggle to meet the demand for their Survival Detox Kits.

Friday, Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctors called for people well enough in communities throughout the Gulf region to become involved in the life-saving project. They are also helping people to relocate through Kimberly Dawley's resource that matches relocation needs with sponsors throughout the U.S.

Dawley has stated, "If you are a Gulf Coaster wanting to evacuate but need help, please ask! If you can assist a Gulf Coaster relocate, please advise!" (See --

Saturday, Barefoot Doctors stated, "We need someone in each community to help take calls and emails from the sick in their areas and to help distribute the survival kits to people in communities straight across the Gulf area and beyond."

The 'barefoot doctors' said this weekend that if they were real doctors, they could afford shoes.

Deborah Dupré, with post-graduate science and education degrees from U.S. and Australian universities, has been a human and environmental rights advocate for over 25 years in the U.S., S.Pa. Islands and Australia. Support her work by subscribing to her articles and forwarding the link of this article to friends and colleagues or reposting only the title and first paragraph linked to this Examiner page. Dupré welcomes emails: Please send Gulf illness news tips to her with your name or anonymously. See her Vaccine Liberty or Death book plus Compassion Film Project DVDs.

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Obtain a Toxic Survival Kit or to have one delivered to a Gulf Coast resident in need by visiting Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctors online or email

Learn to become a Gulf Coast Barefoot Doctor here.

If you are a Gulf Coaster wanting to evacuate but need help, please ask! If you can assist a Gulf Coaster in evacuating, please advise! See --

See related Gulf Operation articles by Dupre here.

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1 comment:

  1. I lived in New Orleans for 10 years and left a year before all the disasters. How can I contact the barefoot doctors? I'm a trauma/ICU nurse and have been in holistic health for over 10 years. If they need qualified folks I'd be willing to go.