Gulf Oil Spill Follow the Money
Why is Corexit 9500 and 9527 dispersant BP's product of choice?
BP executives and board members have direct financial ties to Nalco, so that the more Corexit
they use in their "clean-up" efforts the more they stand to profit from the disaster on the back-
end. It has been confirmed that the dispersal agent being used by BP and the government is
Corexit 9500, a solvent originally developed by Exxon and now manufactured by Nalco Holding
Company of Naperville, IL. Their stock took a sharp jump, up more than 18% at its highest point
of the day today, after it was announced that their product is the one being used in the Gulf.
(Oil is toxic at 11 ppm while Corexit 9500 is toxic at only 2.61 ppm; Corexit 9500 is four times
as toxic as the oil itself. It’s not a “lesser of two evils” scenario.)
BP’s use of Corexit 9500 on the oil before it rises to the surface seems to be a deliberate
attempt to mask the poison, to cover up that it continues to flow out from the ocean’s floor, while
making it impossible to recover. In short, BP and Exxon want to spread the toxic oil throughout
the oceans of the world, pollute everywhere, rather than allow it to be seen coming to shore
where BP would have to pay for its containment and clean-up. It’s our job to keep them from
getting away with sweeping this ugly mess under the surface.
Activist, Mother, and Voice of the Gulf People, Kindra Arnesen sat down with the Project Gulf
Impact team, Matt Smith, Heather Rally, and Gavin Garrison recently to reveal shocking new
information about the BP oil disaster and why the whole world should be paying attention to
the Gulf. A must watch for anyone wanting new information on the Gulf of Mexico, she reveals
shocking new information sure to send waves through the country)
STOP THE USE OF TOXIC COREXIT IN THE GULF:
This Article was by Michelle At People's Natural Living