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EPA

Discussion in 'Wildland Urban Interface' started by conarb, Aug 11, 2015.

  1. conarb

    conarb Sawhorse

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    Time to get rid of all EPA regulations, also time to get rid of sovereign immunity, time to make the government liable for their actions just like the rest of us are responsible for our actions.

    ¹ http://www.wsj.com/articles/mine-busters-at-the-epa-1439336495
     
  2. conarb

    conarb Sawhorse

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    A week before The EPA disastrously leaked millions of gallons of toxic waste into The Animas River in Colorado, this letter to the editor was published in The Silverton Standard & The Miner local newspaper, authored by a retired geologist detailing verbatim, how EPA would foul the Animas River on purpose in order to secure superfund money...

    "But

    make no mistake, within seven days, all of the 500gpm flow will return to Cememnt Creek. Contamination may actually increase... The "grand experiment" in my opinion will fail.

    And guess what [EPA's] Mr. Hestmark will say then?



    Gee, "Plan A" didn't work so I guess we will have to build a treatment plant at a cost to taxpayers of $100 million to $500 million (who knows).



    Reading between the lines, I believe that has been the EPA's plan all along"¹



    Sovereign immunity or not the government employees responsible should go to jail for this.





    ¹

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-08-12/did-epa-intentionally-poison-animas-river-secure-superfund-money

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-08-12/did-epa-intentionally-poison-animas-river-secure-superfund-money' rel="external nofollow">
     
  3. MASSDRIVER

    MASSDRIVER Sawhorse

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    Let the canings begin.

    Followed by the hangings.

    We reap the rewards of risk protected personnel. It's not a small matter.

    Brent.
     
  4. conarb

    conarb Sawhorse

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    From what I've heard the EPA has been trying for 25 years to get these 19th century gold mines declared a superfund site to bring millions in government money into their jurisdiction, all the residents have fought it because anything near a superfund site declines in value, quite a recreational industry had developed there too bringing money in and they feared this would be driven away. They are speculating that the EPA deliberately caused the release so they could unquestionably have the entire area declared a superfund site.
     
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    While I don't believe in removing the regulation, no one should be immune from prosecution when they are negligent.
     
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    mtlogcabin Sawhorse

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    EPA

    Environmental Pollution Agency

    They issue permits to pollute
     
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    Well they found a cheaper way to get rid of the liquid in the mine!
     
  8. conarb

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    The EPA is the topic of a congressional hearing today, the scientist who exposed the Flint lead pipe situation testified:

    And here the EPA is prosecuting small contractors for exposing minute amounts of lead dust when sanding pint while turning a blind eye towards cities supplying vast amounts of lead in their drinking water.

    As to his comments about corruption in science Eisenhower warned us in his Farewell Address:

    Maybe they can get that infamous 97% of scientists who claim the earth is being destroyed by anthropogenic global warming to say drinking lead-laced water isn't dangerous but lead in paint dust is?

    ¹ http://dailycaller.com/2016/02/03/scientist-life-in-flint-is-surreal-like-orwells-1984/

    ² http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/ike.htm





     

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