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
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
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
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
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 —http://pub47.bravenet.com/forum/static/show.php?usernum=3957401277&frmid=0)
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.
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Censored Gulf dispersant news: Act of war (Pt II) The art of chemical warfare
EPA, DoD, PetroChem corporations: bed fellows to rid “pests”
Chemical warfare on Americans in the Gulf Coast region and beyond has
been planned and researched by the EPA, DoD and petro-chemical
companies for decades according to government documents, some cited
within this report below.
It is tragically naive to think that the Gulf region aerial pesticide
spraying will stop before the mission is complete. The major agency
holding the key to halt the genocide, the agency portrayed as the
government body protecting the public and environment, the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA), has been collaborating with chemical companies
and the Department of Defense (DoD) for decades rather than protecting
the public from their kill-off agenda. This collaboration increased
during the Bush administration, its fruits finally overtly witnessed in
Obama’ Gulf operation.
"From environmentalists and
wildlife specialists to fisherman and businessmen along the Gulf Coast
the message is the same: BP is not only strangling the news of what is
actually occurring in the Gulf of Mexico with the oil disaster but has
co-opted key federal regulatory and oversight agencies to advance its
agenda and that of its oil partners, including Halliburton, Anadarko,
and Transocean," writes Wayne Madsen now in New Orleans.
BP, Coast Guard, NOAA, FAA, EPA are all engaged in one of the largest
cover-ups in U.S. history, as well-organized and well-prepared to
apply as the very pesticides they spray on people of the Deep South.
During Bush’s first four years in office, the EPA entered
fifty-seven corporate research and development agreements with
individual corporations or industry associations, many of which were
chemical corporations, compared to thirty-four such agreements in
Clinton’s 2nd term.(1) The American Chemical Council is now EPA’s leading research partner. Furthermore, the EPA gains over 90% of its funding from petro-chemical companies, as documented in Josh Tickell’s FUEL film.
In April 2005, EPA’s Science Advisory Board warned that the agency was no longer funding credible public health research.
The Department of Health and Human Services has, nevertheless, set
aside $10 million to ‘study cleanup workers and gulf residents over
time'(2) to research effects of the Gulf aerial spraying military
operation, one of, if not the largest non-consensual human experiment to
date. The EPA is involved in this research project.
In Louisiana hospitals, doctors and nurses are “manning”
decontamination tents, no doubt monitoring – non-consensual human
research, even if patients sign a consent form. What real choice do
scared, hopeless people have under the circumstances?
Compounding this horror is EPA sharing its bed with the Department of Defense, working hand-in-hand for its federally funded research projects, including many related to “possible effects” of “pesticides.”
According to the 2005 government paper, The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency Collaborate to Enhance on Site Detection and
Identification of Pesticides and Nerve Agents and the Department of
Defense: “The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Pesticide
Programs maintains the National Pesticide Standard Repository (NPSR),
located at the Environmental Science Center (ESC), in Fort Meade, MD.
Analytical standards of all pesticides registered for use in the United
States must be sent to the NPSR.”(3)
In Chapter II of the document, Federal And Department Of
Defense Guidance Of The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Collaborate
To Enhance On Site Detection And Identification Of Pesticides And Nerve
Agents, it is stated that the EPA regulates pesticide use within
the U.S. under authority of two laws, the Federal Insecticide Fungicide
and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
(FFDCA). FIFRA classifies pesticides as either restricted or
Dod Pesticide ‘Champions’ says EPA
DoD Directive 4150.7 "Department of Defense Pest Management Program" provided policy for DoD pest management and control operations worldwide for all services. Furthermore, a U.S. Department of Defense article entitled “EPA Names DOD ‘Champion’ for Pestitcide Management” states:
"The Department of Defense (DoD) Armed Forces Pest Management Board
(AFPMB) has been recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) as a ‘Champion’ in their Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program.
EPA recognized AFPMB for its extraordinary level of commitment and
outstanding efforts to reduce pesticide risks and protect human health
and the environment.
"The AFPMB is one of more than 130 members of the program
established in 1994 to reduce risks associated with pesticides. Dr.
Janet Anderson, director of EPA’s Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention
Division, said that DoD, the only federal agency awarded Champion
status in 2002, deserved the award for "pushing the envelope by setting
ambitious goals and implementing strategies for reducing pesticide
The overview in the document entitled, “Two Sample Spectra
Comparing Pesticides With Chemical Agents” further highlights the depth
of the DoD – EPA relationship. This states:
"The US EPA Office of Pesticides Programs (OPP) Analytical
Chemistry Branch (ACB) and the U.S. Air Force collaborated to support
Homeland Security by producing a library of infrared spectra that would
be used with a portable Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) detector to
compare and identify pesticides that might be used at a possible
terrorist or Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) site.
This same document’s “TAB C-3 – Pesticide Guidance, Reference Information, and Research” Overview
includes background information on federal and Department of Defense
guidance in effect during the “Gulf War.’ It lists internet sites
supplying referenced information about pesticides, and federally-funded
research projects related to possible effects of pesticide use during
the “Gulf War.”
Under “II. Federal And Department Of Defense Guidance” in this
document it is stated, “The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
regulates pesticide use within the US under the authority of two laws —
the Federal Insecticide Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and the
Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA). FIFRA classifies
pesticides as either restricted or general use.”
Also important in understanding just how well established,
deep-seated and global in nature the toxic aerial spraying research on
humans program is DoD Directive 4150.7, "Department of Defense Pest Management Program.” This provides a policy for DoD pest management and control operations worldwide for all services.
(Emphasis added) Modelled after EPA standards, DoD’s stated policy has
been to "establish and maintain safe, efficient, and environmentally
sound integrated pest management programs to prevent or control pests that may adversely affect health or damage structures, material, or property." (Emphasis added)
Several research projects have been investigating possible health effects of multiple chemicals,
including pesticides. The Department of Veterans’ Affairs, working
through the Research Working Group of the Persian Gulf Veterans
Coordinating Board, have coordinated the projects. The Annual Report of this working group discloses one of its aims:
“Investigate innovative technologies for improving methods for
real-time and cumulative monitoring of pesticide exposure, and identify
useful biomarkers to assist in post-exposure assessments.[p. 587]
The document, DoD 4150.7-P, September 1996 on Page 12, states that
the Secretary of Defense may submit to EPA for approval, a plan for
certification of DoD employees as applicators of restricted use
pesticides. Aerial spraying can be conducted without state certification.
In Chapter 2 on Page 13 of this paper, it is stated: "EPA, DoD employees certified in accordance with the plan may, without
obtaining any additional State certification, use and supervise the use
of restricted use pesticides while engaged in the performance of their
official duties.” (Emphasis added)
This document provides “standards of competency required by the Department of Defense.” Category 11 is of interest, Aerial Application Pest Control:
"Individuals certified in this category must successfully complete
the core and appropriate category(s). They must complete a training
program and pass a written examination that covers the following areas:
general principles, meteorological aspects, legal aspects, environmental
aspects, DoD spray systems and aircraft, aerial spray math, aerial
spray maps, contingency operations, spray system calibration, swath
characterization, pesticides and pesticide safety, and aerial spray in
the military." (7)
The petrochemical-military-industrial complex operation conducted
today in the Gulf to "disperse" oil might be officially classified
“experimentation." With years and millions of dollars spent on such
research and pesticide application on humans, however, this operation’s
health effects on the human population are better known than admitted.
Public response is denial, an initial sign of shock, when hearing
that its military, the EPA and chemical corporations have been
preparing for chemical warfare on its people. Facts remain, however,
that in blatant contempt of the Nuremberg Code, using both legal
loopholes and “national security” as justification, secret programs
involving non-consensual human experimentation of chemical weapons of
mass destruction in the form of pesticide aerial spraying, have been and
are conducted, even on our children, nothing more than "pests" to the
There is no end to death and destruction through aerial chemical
spraying that the U.S. military and its bedmates, EPA and chemical
companies. Madsen reports:
What is actually ‘closed’ at Fort Jackson is a major
joint BP-Coast Guard Corexit operation. WMR has also been informed by a
reputable source that BP has been engaged in night time spraying of a
bleaching agent on Louisiana beaches to make it appear that the beaches
are being cleaned up. The planes, which fly at night, disregard flight
regulations by flying with their lights out. The operations have been
approved by the Coast Guard and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)."
The deliberate aerial poisoning of Americans with a chemical weapon
of mass destruction now obvious in the Gulf of Mexico and coastal region
is not only an act of war on the American population. As the poisoned
waters and air circumvent the planet, this operation is a national
security risk to nations throughout the world.
1. Ruch, J. Chemical Industry is EPA’s Primary Research Partner, found in Project Censored, Top 25 Censored Stories of 2007.
2. Galvan, Kristin, Potential Health Effect of Oil Spill, My Fox Houston, 22 June, 2010
3. Cole, Theresa, Environmental Protection Specialist, The
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Collaborate to Enhance on Site
Detection and Identification of Pesticides and Nerve Agents and the
Department of Defense, US EPA/OPPTS/OPP/BEAD/ACL Chet Bryant,
Captain USAF, DOD/US Air Force Dallas Wright, Jr., Chemist, US
4. See: EPA Names DOD "Champion" for Pestitcide Management; Online: http://chppm-www.apgea.army.mil/ento/dodepamo.htm)
5. C2.2. LEGAL AUTHORITY, Section 171.7(h)(1) of 40 CFR (reference
(c)); C2.2.1. DoD Authority. In accordance with FIFRA (reference (a)),
40 C.F.R. Part 171 (reference (c)), and 42 FR 41907-41908 (reference
6. Ibid. (See: C18.104.22.168. The conduct of field research that
includes using or supervising the use of restricted use pesticides)
7. DoD 4150.7-P, September 1996, p. 35 (http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/pdf/415007pp.pdf.)
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., Vanuatu and
Australia. Support her work by subscribing to her articles and sharing the link to this article. For a more just and peaceful world, see Dupré’s Vaccine Liberty or Death book and Compassion Film Project.