Fracking Nightmare – Episode 79 : FRACK Water for Irrigation

Ian R Crane

Published on Feb 2, 2016

This Episode:
– Update on Porter Ranch Gas Leak – 7,000 familes to EVACUATE!
– Califormia Crops irrigated with FRACK WASTE WATER
– UK MP wants to find an alternative name for ‘FRACKING’
– Medicating the population of UK ‘Sacrifice Zones’
– The fading charade of Democracy : Blackpool Tues 9th Feb 2016

Related:

Hillary Clinton: Fracking America

Posted on February 3, 2016
hillary clinton fracking

By Brandon Turbeville

There are essentially two kinds of environmental initiatives – the kind that are legitimately geared to protect the planet, animals, and humans and the kind that are anti-progress, de-industrializing, and based on political ideologies. Whenever one examines the positions of Hillary Clinton, it is easy to see that the latter occupies the vast majority of her environmental stances while the former rarely enters into the equation.

Such is the case with her support and promotion of fracking. While Clinton constantly promotes her fantasies of a de-industrialized America on the altar of disproven man-made CO2 based Global Warming theories, the destruction of whole drinking water supplies, landscapes, and ecosystems is buoyantly promoted.

The environmental watchdog organization, Food and Water Watch released a short description of the toxic effects the process of fracking – using pressurized water, sand, and toxic chemicals with which to break open shale deposits in the earth.

Food and Water Watch describes just a few of the dangers of fracking in the following way:

Read more: http://www.naturalblaze.com/2016/02/hillary-clinton-fracking-america.html

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2 Responses to “Fracking Nightmare – Episode 79 : FRACK Water for Irrigation”

  1. ian says:

    Just as Windscale was renamed Sellafield, after the disaster in the 1950’s, I’m sure fracking can be renamed Free gas rescue systems. Apart from the obvious potential for ruining, or taking the lives of locals, there is the long term damage, or destruction of the underlying bedrock and water tables, which may or may not be affected, but if they are, then it’s for ever. There is a radiological risk, however as the prevailing winds are westerly or South Westerly, it wont affect the home counties. I do hope if it gets the go ahead and I’m sure it will, up here anyway, that somehow they soil their own nest.

  2. Lynn says:

    They are public enemy No 1 …!!!

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