07 July 2013 (14:06 UTC-07 Tango)/28 Sha’ban 1434/16 Tir 1391/30 Ji-Wie (5th month) 4711
“….we’re virtually on the verge of something that could end up becoming a deadly pandemic.”-John Waterman, former professor of anatomy, trained for biological warfare with U.S. Army Medical Command
In the past week, at least one person has been killed, three wounded by flesh eating bacteria, after fishing or wading along the Gulf of Mexico (for some reason some local news sources are reporting they were swimming). It was reported by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.
The gram-negative bacteria is called Vibrio vulnificus, and infects through existing wounds on your body, or ingestion. Health officials say the four people had wounds on their skin when they got infected. The man who died was fishing from a boat. Another fisherman got infected when he was cut by a fishing hook. One man cut his foot on an oyster reef, and the fourth man was reported as having Gulf water splash on him.
One man is still in the hospital.
Louisiana health department’s beach monitoring program has been testing the water at 25 locations, to find out if the levels of the bacteria are higher than normal. Usually people with healthy immune systems can fight off Vibrio vulnificus.
It is fact that British Petroleum sprayed massive amounts of GMO (genetically modified organism) bacteria onto the massive oil spill caused by the Deepwater Horizon disaster, in 2006.
Was it the GMO bacteria nick named Synthia (because it’s a synthetic bacteria created using viruses)? Some analysts warned that the GMO bacteria would affect the naturally occurring bacteria in the Gulf of Mexico, or replicate out of control. For years now there have been reports about the expanding and evolving Blue Plague in the Gulf of Mexico, things like fish found with two mouths, biologists reporting bacteria that has never been found in the Gulf before the BP disaster, “…evidence of bizarre sickness in the phytoplankton and bacterial communities.”, persistent skin rashes on people being caused by bacteria that are not affected by antibiotics, etc.
Even BP official Mike Utsler admitted to the U.K. news media that “There is a new form of microbiology that is attacking this plume and using it as a food source.” And that was in 2010, four years after the spill!
There have been many warnings from officials in health care, science, EPA and even some members of the U.S. Congress, but for some reason the U.S. main streamer news media, and the majority of public officials are ignoring the ongoing disaster in the Gulf of Mexico:
“Within a matter of months, the bacteria completely removed that methane. The bacteria kicked on more effectively than we expected.”-David Valentine, University of California Santa Barbara
“It would take a superhuman microbe to do what they [BP] are claiming.”-Samantha Joye, University of Georgia
“Oil-eating bacteria produce bio-films…..studies have found that bio-films are rapidly colonized by other Gram-negative bacteria, including those known to infect humans.”-Riki Ott, marine toxicologist, 2010
“This is like a major bacterial storm. It could be the reason we are seeing a variance of symptoms in different individuals. In some people, we see respiratory complications, while in others we see skin or GI symptoms. I think it is due to a multitude of colonized bacteria, which may have been triggered by BP’s disaster.”-Allison Schmidt, retired RN, 2010
“We are undertaking a huge uncontrolled experiment with the entire Gulf. They [EPA] have fallen down on the job very substantially because they allowed BP to use dispersants. Even when they told BP not to use dispersants they allowed BP to ignore their advice.”-Jerrold Nadler, U.S. congressman from New York, August 2010
“We knew going into this, and the EPA knew, that this mixture is highly toxic to many, many species. There is a whole weight of literature.”-Susan Shaw, Marine Environmental Research Institute, August 2010
“They [BP] are trying to spin this limited piece of information to make it look like dispersants are safe and that the Corexit dispersant is safe.”-Hugh Kaufman, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2010
Now, researchers with the University of Michigan and Louisiana State University are warning of a record breaking Dead Zone in the Gulf of Mexico.
It could be as large as 13777 square kilometers (8561 square miles, the size of New Jersey)!
It’s being caused by record breaking algae blooms, which are feeding off the record use of farm chemicals/“nutrients” (due to the fact that GMO crops have produced super insects) that runoff into the Gulf. Those algae are then eaten by the new GMO affected bacteria, and that process then destroys the oxygen in the water, killing off most of the marine life!