The nation's people, water and food supply is being contaminated north to south. A hurricane blowing in from the south or east would churn tropical waters, sweep more chemicals inland through wind and rain, and magnify suffering of Southerners. Already, toxic rain is being reported as far north from the Gulf as New York and as far east as Colorado, coating people and their food, seeping poison into the nation's water supply.
Now Michigan has become home of one of the nation's biggest oil spill disasters in history, and one of the most poisonous places to be with 860,000 gallons of crude heading for Kalamazoo, Michigan.
"They are warning residents that this oil is highly toxic with benzene, a carcinogen, and to stay away from the water - the fumes are strong apparently - and not even to try to help wildlife," stated Kalamazoo resident, Dr. Joetta Carr, in an email to the Examiner.
"Now I know why Ramtha said not to live on the east coast."