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Saturday, July 10, 2010

OILY RAIN: People Post Evidence on YouTube from Florida, Louisiana, South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia...

(Off Topic, Sort of. Not when you consider corporate greed created an atmosphere that enabled both disasters, the BP Oil Eruption and the Pedophile Priest Epidemic. Posted Friday at City of Angels on Alternet:)

OILY RAIN: People Are Posting Evidece on YouTube from Florida, Louisiana, South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia

POSTED:6:55 pm, July 9, 2010 1 COMMENT
People are picking up cameras and reporting the real stories of the the BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Disaster on YouTube. Images you have never seen, elements that have never existed before, plants dying in several states with same burn marks on leaves, all shot with hand held cameras by ordinary people recording the disaster literally from the ground. Here are links to videos:

After three days of rain, plants are dying in Miami reports FederalJackTube2 channel on YouTube in this video: HEALTH ALERT: Toxic Rain In Miami From Gulf Oil Leak, Plants & Trees Dying

On Coast to Coast Radio show callers talk about Oil in Rain in South Carolina second half of this video is home movie quality footage of oil falling in the rain against a window in South Carolina July 7, 2010

From Russian TV Oily Rain In Louisiana “It is literally raining oil right here in River Ridge.”


From Georgie, URGENT: TOXIC RAIN OIL SPILL in my grass, woman shows dead vegetables in her garden Woman says, ‘It might not even be healthy for me to be out here in this grass looking at this.” Plants have same burn marks as found in South Carolina, Louisiana and Florida. She says same thing, the plants are dying “after three days of rain."

AFTER THE RAIN, the plants die…

Is it raining BP Oil in Mississippi?


Possible Oily Rain in Panama City

Thank God for the Internet, We Won’t Get Fooled Again, posted by Kay Ebeling, The City of Angels Is Everywhere

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