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Poisoned America, U.S.A. Part I Larry Land

Poisoned America, U.S.A. Part I

Larry Land

Published March 23rd 2009
ISBN : 9781934940587
Paperback
396 pages
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YOU MUST SEE IT, AND READ IT, TO BELIEVE IT We the people of the world, are not here to predict the future but to change it for the good. We are not here as helpless creatures, but as sons and daughters of Adam, and Eve, capable of affecting ourMoreYOU MUST SEE IT, AND READ IT, TO BELIEVE IT We the people of the world, are not here to predict the future but to change it for the good. We are not here as helpless creatures, but as sons and daughters of Adam, and Eve, capable of affecting our own fate, our own destiny. We are not here to avoid decisions but to make hard, decisive choices between good and evil by using an ethical system not invented by man, but by our own creator- a framework of truth and moral guidelines through which we can find deliverance from despair. We are not here to glorify in ourselves, but to glorify in that which he gave us, and in he who made us all, and who will eventually judge each of us on how well we did on the journey we all take but once. There can be no excuse for what happened at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, and to the people of the United States Army, and Shell Oil Company who let this happen, may God have mercy. BY Larry Land: I believe the Government once told the Army, NEVER TELL A LIE...UNLESS LYING IS ONE OF YOUR STRONG POINTS. George Washington Plunkett Lloyds of London Insurance Representative stated at trial, There is a fundamental principle of liability, Insurance Companies pay for mistakes. What Shell Oil Company did over the period of thirty years at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Denver Colorado, was no mistake. It was deliberate and intentional pollution to save money. Shell knew how to do it right but deliberately chose to do it wrong. Larry says, Shell Oil Company either deceived the Army or there were massive pay offs (under the table), and together the Army and Shell Oil Company deceived Congress. The pentagon was aware of and advised the Army that Basin F was leaking into the underground aquifers off the Arsenal...By 1969 had already polluted 35,000 acres off the arsenal, yet the pentagon, along with the Army deceived The Congress of the United States