Ewww: U.S. Military Purchases Gulf of Mexico Seafood


Washington Post reports: “Ten products, including fish, shrimp, oysters, crab cakes, and packaged Cajun dishes such as jambalaya and shrimp etouffee are being promoted at 72 base commissaries along the East Coast, said Milt Ackerman, president of Military Solutions Inc., which is supplying seafood to the businesses.”

Of course, the military-industrial complex doesn’t want anyone to think about the thousands of fish, birds and other wildlife along the Gulf Stream that have showed up dead in the past several weeks, likely from the dispersants that failed to degrade, if not the oil itself which is showing up in humans.

What do these psychopaths care? They’re trying to kill us all anyway, aren’t they? From poisoning our skies, waters and lands, captains of industry and their government protectors stupidly think the slow kill won’t be noticed. Did you read that 99% of US pregnant women carry toxic chemicals in their bodies?

Well, I guess anyone gullible enough to join the US military will be gullible enough to eat the food it serves and accept the vaccines it requires.

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3 responses to “Ewww: U.S. Military Purchases Gulf of Mexico Seafood

  1. Kind of stupid, they might need those guys for martial law. Just goes to show there’s no rhyme or reason anymore from the Feds. The bureaucracy is too big anymore to make proper, reasoned, self-preserving decisions.

  2. “The bureaucracy is too big anymore to make proper, reasoned, self-preserving decisions.”

    Thank God for that.

  3. To take issue with the author’s statement:

    “Well, I guess anyone gullible enough to join the U.S. military will be gullible enough to eat the food it serves and accept the vaccines it requires.”.

    Members of the U.S. military who suffer any degree of illness and sometimes death from food or vaccines distributed by the U.S. military and their non-military cohorts, are not, as condescendingly stated, “gullible”. We are victims.

    Whether malicious intent, negligence, human experimentation, and/or profit motivated corporatism, contributes to the cause of wrongful act(s) – there must be accountability, appropriate justice and restitution for victim(s).

    By the way, that would also include the author’s “gullible” statement, since it is wrongful and painfully divisive.

    Secondary wounding and blaming the victim(s) is of a greater offense as well as painfully insulting than the initial wrongful act(s) that was committed. Perhaps the author or others may scoff at that fact, until becoming a victim or finding themselves on the receiving end of a loading dose of PTSD.

    As the author confidently basks in the freedom and safety that they, apparently, chose not defend with military service, I expect that they will respect those of us who have sacrificed more than our share to defend the U.S. Constitution and that for which it stands.

    From the wheelchair, good night and good luck.

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