Toxic Rain Hysteria Fueled by Internet Hoaxer… | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Toxic Rain Hysteria Fueled by Internet Hoaxer…

It’s worth noting that some of this oily-rain hysteria is fueled by an online article which cites a Russian ministerial report warning that toxic oil-spill rains could “destroy all life” on the North American continent. Crucially, the report states that Corexit — the toxic dispersant BP is using — could undergo “phase transition” and then fall with rain. A paragraph on evaporation is simply cut-n-pasted from Wikipedia without attribution.

The author (Sorcha Faal AKA David Booth) is a well-known disinfo hoaxer, often citing imaginary high-level Russian sources in his fantastical and apocalyptic “analysis.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Now you know why Sorcha Faal aka David Booth (who lives suspiciously close to the CIA) is banned at this site. His hoaxes give the media an easy way to ridicule and dismiss the blogs.

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