Thursday, January 10, 2013

A Book and a Chat with Deborah Dupre'

For over thirty years “preventionist” Deborah Dupre' has been fighting for  human rights, peace, social justice and environmental activism and research.

Now in her book “Vampire of Macondo” she shares the “ Life, Crimes, Curses in South Louisiana on the Gulf of Blood That  Powerful Forces Do Not Want You to Know.”

While we are being told from the highest position in the land and with every advert for South Louisiana,    that the beaches and the food in that are safe…. But are they?

The book tells through over 400 pages and 1000 references the untold story of psychopathic genocide of Americans by the petrochemical military industrial complex, of how BP’s Deepwater Horizon catastrophe has sickened and killed thousands of people on the Gulf of Mexico Coast and government covered it up.

The book shares the heart-rending stories of the victims and thoroughly documented evidence of crimes by Big Oil, the military, the seafood and tourism industries, health care providers, and corrupt government leaders.

As one reviewer put it…
Author and human rights professional Deborah Dupré has succeeded at documenting the truth about the shocking impact of the disaster on the environment and on communities. Moreover, on 429 pages with over 1000 references, Deborah Dupré is conveying the full spectrum of the story. Dupré succeeded at correlating the heartbreaking suffering of victims with names, broken hopes and dreams, the faces behind a seemingly faceless big oil and politics, the criminal race for global, full spectrum dominance of the United States and the military industrial complex, and most importantly, she has done her work meticulously enough to place responsibility where it belongs.

Vampire of Macondo is the shocking truth about a people who have become victims of their government's war against its own people and peoples´worldwide. It is not only recommended reading for Americans. It is even more recommended reading and a stern warning for anyone in nations like the Philippines, Vietnam, South Korea, Laos, Myanmar, and people anywhere, where the U.S.A. is exporting its particular brand of freedom, democracy, security and human rights.

So listen now and share an interesting, and entertaining show as I chat with my special guest today on A Book and a Chat with Deborah Dupre'


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You can find out more about my guest and their books at:
"Deborah Dupre' - Vampire of Macondo"

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