Don’t you dare get wet in Louisiana!

While listening to the Homelessness Marathon live on KKFI during the 5 am to 6 am hour Joannie Hughes, a representative of the all volunteer Coastal Heritage Society of Louisiana called in to raise awareness of the increasing homelessness situation in Louisiana due to the BP oil spill’s devastating consequences on the environment upon which the people depend for making a living. Guess what folks–the rainwater is so toxic that gardens die.  And guess what else–NO one from the USA government EPA is willing to even test the water samples collected by the Coastal Heritage Society. Nor is  any mainstream corporate run news agency willing to report extensively on any of the BP spill issues ranging from the water quality to the lack of medical assistance and nonpayment of claims.  Joannie also raised the issue that there is no relief money is coming forth to the people.  The Coastal Society  is even conducting a Food Drive to help people survive. 

Click the Trees to visit the Coastal Heritage Society of Louisiana

There are several more informative videos posted online at the Coastal Heritage Society’s site. 

What little power the EPA has is about to be stripped away. BP continues to run its damage control advertising campaign. Mainstream News Media has declined to report the issues presented on the Coastal Heritage Society of Louisiana’s excellent site.  So take the time to get informed because this spill is not done spreading its toxic consequences. Water flows and flows and flows…….


  1. lesliepaints said,

    February 26, 2011 at 4:49 am

    I believe there will be consequences for years to come, sadly. Heard on the radio about many dead baby dolphins washing ashore. They don’t know if it has to do with the the spill or an illness affecting many of the dolphins.

  2. slpmartin said,

    February 24, 2011 at 4:51 pm

    Perhaps if the people of Louisiana would fill some govenment courtyard with signs and loud speakers they might get heard…or if they all got the same haircut style…that might be news worthy to the mainstream media. ;-(

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