Barbara H. Peterson on September 5th, 2011

The current method for detecting oil and Corexit contamination in Gulf seafood is a simple sniff test, in which FDA inspectors hold a bag of fish up to their nose and if the inspector does not detect any “strange odors, the fish passes the food safety inspection test and is eligible to be processed and subsequently sold to the public.

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Barbara H. Peterson on December 16th, 2010

If you can’t see, smell, or taste it, and if it looks good, then it must be okay to eat. Or at least will fool the public long enough to rake in profits until the consumer base is sufficiently reduced through disease leading to early death so that the genocidal oligarchs leading us off the cliff can break out the good stuff and party without the stench of the great unwashed filling their elitist nostrils.

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Barbara H. Peterson on November 4th, 2010

Reality check! These people do not care if we are poisoned. In fact, it is to their advantage if we are. Big Pharma has to make money too, and there are far too many people on the planet to worry about an insignificant and quite convenient “accident” such as the BP oil “spill” that will boost med sales, hospital admissions, health care fees, and the funeral parlor industry. A win/win situation in a Machiavellian sort of way.

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