The Jayhawk Audubon Societies’ opposition to the Plei whitewater recreation center currently proposed for Clinton State Park is laid out in their policy statement: Here
Local opposition is organizing at the Facebook Page, No Whitewater Theme Park at Clinton Lake
Sustainability Action Network will be exploring Current policy and will be adding our voices to the frey.
Photo of the Doepke-Holliday Super Fund Site in Johnson County Kansas adjacent to the Kansas River
Could the toxic effects of lead poisoning and the subsequent brain impairment explain the millions of Americans who voted against their best interest to empower the Billionaire Trump and the minions of Mammon, Corporations that are pulling his strings?
Lead has been pervasive in the environment around human settlements since the first people dug the easily worked metal out of the Earth. Studies on the remains of Romans found that they had high levels of lead in their bones, enough to cause brain damage. Leaded gasoline and lead in paint, once the standard have been banned but are still a common pollutant in soil, and inside homes. In a home or apartment where leaded paint chips off of surfaces the microscopic particles are easily ingested by infants, children and adults.
According to the CDC:
“No safe blood lead level in children has been identified. Even low levels of lead in blood have been shown to affect IQ, ability to pay attention, and academic achievement. And effects of lead exposure cannot be corrected.”
As we’ve seen throughout history technology especially those using chemicals produce toxic unintended consequences.
Is Trump an Unintended Consequence?
So when you see the ‘Scientist’ in this white coat and safety goggles smile and say that his poisons won’t harm you, They’re safe in children’s food, they won’t kill butterflies.
Look him straight in the eye and ask, “You expect me to believe that poison, Death-a-cides won’t harm me, my loved ones and the rest of Creation? Bull Shit!
That won’t fly in Missouri Buddy; we’ve got Times Beach, Monsanto and burning nuclear waste dumps. I almost forgot coal tar piles from coal gasification plants buried around town seeping benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes., arsenic and cyanides into the ground water.
Care for a drink?