ENVIRONMENT

Riki Ott: ‘People Now Dropping Dead’ In the Gulf

On the sixth month anniversary of the oil disaster in the gulf, we are still seeing a total media blackout. The people particularly in Grand Isle have been poisoned by genocidal tyrants that care more about their pocketbooks than they care about human life or mother earth.

According to Riki Ott “The people that did evacuate (the gulf) are glad they did” And for good reason.”

She went on to state that deaths from the disaster are now a reality:

Riki said during an interview ” I am dealing with about 3 -4 autopsies right now… I know of people who’s esophagus’ are de-solving, disintegrating… I know of people with 4.75% of their lung capacity, with enlarged hearts… All of these people have oil in their bodies.”

"The Spill" A damning documentary about BP and the Gulf Oil Spill

A joint investigation by FRONTLINE and ProPublica into the trail of problems -- deadly accidents, disastrous spills, countless safety violations -- which long troubled the oil giant, BP. Could the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico have been prevented? View it here

Massive stretches of weathered oil spotted in Gulf of Mexico

Just three days after the U.S. Coast Guard admiral in charge of the BP oil spill cleanup declared little recoverable surface oil remained in the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana fishers Friday found miles-long strings of weathered oil floating toward fragile marshes on the Mississippi River delta. Read more

Gulf Stream is Dying Thanks to BP and the Gulf Oil Spill

If this is true we're in for rough times ahead...

Oil in the Gulf Stream has put a stop to the velocity of the Stream. Since the Gulf Stream has nearly come to a halt, it is now causing extreme weather around the world. The Earl of Stirling, in these YouTube clips is speaking out about the BP Oil Spill after effects, that the main press is through covering. We'll be suffering with the consequences of BP's actions and inaction for decades to come.

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Koanga Gardens: Heritage Seeds New Zealand

THE KOANGA INSTITUTE
has been involved with the collecting, saving and distribution of many of New Zealand's Heritage vegetable and flower seeds, and fruit trees for over twenty years.
Our purpose is to inspire, encourage and support those who wish to live
lightly on this earth by practising sustainable living.
FURTHER READING

Handling water scarcity

The next war ripping through continents may well be triggered by water scarcity. Already a third of the world is suffering from water shortage. Ironically, rainfall has been adequate. The water is there. But what has gone awry is its management.
Interestingly, rich nations like Australia are not immune to water scarcity. An urban Australian on an average trashes 300 litres of water daily and an European sends 200 litres down the drain, while the sub-Saharan African makes do with less than 20 litres a day.

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