Deformities Rampant In Gulf Seafood Population

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http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2012/04/201241682318260912.html

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Okay, so why is the MSM not covering this? Where is the FDA?

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Quote rigel1:

Okay, so why is the MSM not covering this? Where is the FDA?

Why and where? They're both in the back pockets of big oil that's why. There is no "free market" competition among the media any longer. There are only five media giants and they all have top executives on the CFR and also sit on other corporate boards of directors. The FDA is just like the two party system, a facade to give the illusion of oversight. Not so much.

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Let me add to that!

http://ecowatch.org/2012/seafood-deformities-suggest-impact-of-bp-oil-spill-worse-than-imagined/

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