by IAN R CRANE
One year has passed since BP Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. The fact that 11 men died in rig explosion was of course widely reported. What is not being reported is the rapid deterioration in the health of many thousands of Gulf Coast residents. Initially it was believed that these health problems were related to exposure to the oil/dispersant (Corexit) mix that swill around the Gulf of Mexico. However, there is increasing concern that the Blue Plague (dubbed BP Flu) may be related to Horizontal Genetic Transfer (HGT) of the Genetically Modified micro-biology, which was introduced directly into the oil plume to break it down and ultimately consume it.
In this edition of The Crane Report, Ian speaks with Michael Edward who published his initial findings regarding the BP Gulf Oil Disaster in an article entitled The Gulf Blue Plague is Evolving. Shortly afterward, Edward revealed how synthetic gene bacteria had been used by BP in the Gulf of Mexico and how bacteria and viruses were mutating as a result.
Mike Utsler, Chief Operating Officer of BP’s Gulf Coast Restoration, admitted publicly that “There is a new form of microbiology that is attacking this (oil) plume and using it as a food source.”
Mutations of the plankton have already been verified by University of Southern Florida scientists months ago. Once this important marine food source has RNA mutations, then everything up the entire food chain is affected. That includes humans who consume fish or crustaceans. What are we facing? More than we can comprehend. Once you alter the bottom of the food chain, you alter everything from that point on. The Gulf ‘Blue Plague’ is a reality, it’s destroying the health of thousands who live in the Gulf Region and is being linked increasingly, to number of deaths where the victims literally “Turned blue.” Michael Edward says, “It’s a worldwide problem … and it’s on the way to Europe!”
Which bacteria are we talking about?
Pseudomonas Alcaligenes: a Gram-negative bacteria used for bio-remediation purposes because it can degrade aromatic hydrocarbons such as benzene or methane.
Alcanivorax Borkumensis: a Gram-negative bacteria used for bio-remediation purposes because it can degrade oil hydrocarbons.
Michael says, “What’s coming up in the blood of people are variants or mutations of both these bacteria!”
Ian is an ex-oilfield executive who now lectures and writes on the geo-political webs that are being spun; with particular focus on US Hegemony and the NWO agenda for control of global resources. Primarily Ian focuses his attention and research on the geopolitical arena but has a deep personal interest in folklore, mythology and the cosmological belief systems of ancient and indigenous cultures. In fact, it is Ian’s research and understanding of these systems and beliefs which provides him with a unique insight into the unfolding global drama providing the catalyst for humanity’s evolution into a new plane of existence (Homo Luminous?).