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Kellogg Brown and Root Awarded Clean-Up Contract


Dear all,
some of you may have heard that the three-year contract for cleaning up New Orleans has been awarded to- yes- Kellogg Brown and Root, a subsidiary of Halliburton!
Talk about cynicism! Here is an alternative to spraying millions of our tax dollars in bleach all over the area- Please forward the following mesage widely.

To All Concerned Parties,
We are getting very close to applying "Effective Microorganisms" (EM) to the disaster site in New Orleans. Jon Mackey,  founder of Whole Foods, is willing to purchase all of the stocks of EM from the production plant in Tucson, about 25 tons, and ship it to the New Orleans Disaster Relief. Once there, each gallon of EM can be activated 2000 times from  its original quantity, which would total 50,000 tons.

The final hurdle is in getting the authorization to begin applying it. EM was used extensively throughout the Tsunami Wave Disaster. The World Health Organization had  originally warned that more deaths would occur from the spread of pathogen diseases than occurred from the Tsunami Waves, which was over 150,000 deaths.  The deaths from the pathogen diseases never happened. The death rate was actually lower after the disaster than before. EM saved tens of thousands of lives. EM was also used by the German government after the flood disasters a couple of years ago that resulted in over $20 Billion in damage. Also, EM has been successful in cleaning up the inland seas of Japan.

EM is relatively new to the US, although it is being used in  over 120 countries around the world and has been in use for over 25 years.
The final hurdle of getting EM applied to the disaster site in Louisiana is crucial.  Whole Foods has been very generous in offering to purchase and transport the EM to New Orleans. The flooded area will take at least six more weeks to pump and drain. However, in about a week, the stagnant waters combined with  sewage, poisons, and other contamination sources in New Orleans will begin breeding pathogen bacteria that will begin spreading diseases throughout the region. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) in Atlanta is aware of this, but is not publicizing it to the media. The government is currently planning on spraying bleach to control the spread of
pathogens, but bleach will only add to the long-term deleterious damage of the disaster.
 EM is an all-natural, organic solution that has no negative side-effects. This is why Germany and South Asia resorted to its usage rather than chemicals in their disaster decontamination relief. At this point, we simply need authorization from FEMA and federal relief agencies to move forward.  Senator John McCain is from Arizona, where EM is produced in the US. Many  top officials are telling us that he is the most influential individual to gain approval in these emergency circumstances. We currently have friends of Sen. McCain contacting him and apprising him of the situation. But other contacts are needed. We need top officials from around the country encouraging this proven technology to be used immediately, before this
disaster evolves into a horrendous catastrophe from the spread of pathogen diseases. Please, this is a  call to everyone to use your personal resources and personal contacts to prevent  a tragedy of much greater proportions. Help us to get FEMA to authorize the application of EM as soon as possible! The EM website is: _www.emamerica.com_
They can be contacted at: 1-866-369-3678
Please forward this message to all interested parties or call  my office at *505-983-4014*. Every day, every hour, every minute is crucial! Many thanks for your prayers and encouragement.
James McMath

Edit Re Whole Foods:
From: Amy Hopfensperger (CE CEN) [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2005 11:50 AM
Subject: RE: Whole foods and Effective Microorganisms (EM) for Katrina cleanup

While Whole Foods Market is working around the clock to help with the relief efforts after Hurricane Katrina, the purchase and application of Effective Microorganisms (EMs) in New Orleans is NOT one of our initiatives.  We do not know where the source of this email got this information.  We appreciate your follow-up to determine the accuracy of this email.
Best regards,
Amy Hopfensperger
Whole Food Market

[ This Message was edited by: Deborah on 2005-09-10 10:10 ]

How about we send all of those Halliburton
shareholders to rebuild the swamp at "below the
prevailing wage"?

Bend over one more time....

"President Bush issued an executive order Thursday
allowing federal contractors rebuilding in the
aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to pay below the
prevailing wage.

In a notice to Congress, Bush said the hurricane had caused "a national emergency" that permits him to take such action under the 1931 Davis-Bacon Act in ravaged areas of Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi."


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