Gulf seafood industry struggling
Fishermen and scientists along the Gulf of Mexico coast, which was heavily affected by BP’s oil disaster in the summer of 2010, are already seeing greatly diminished catches, widespread signs of disease, scarring, and death in shrimp, fish, dolphin, and oyster populations. The fishing industry is seeing the effects already, with some of Louisiana’s largest seafood distributors now closing their doors, or coming close to doing so. For a region whose culture and livelihood has been based upon the Gulf of Mexico and the seafood business for generations, the consequences could well be catastrophic. Previous oil disasters, like the Exxon Valdez spill in Alaska in 1989, it took several years to see the impact on marine life and the fishing industry. Read more HERE. In a key investigative report released on September 14, the US government heaped most of the blame for the oil disaster on BP, which now faces a raft of criminal and civil litigation and billions of dollars in potential damages. Read more HERE.
END TIMES TRUTH
The oxygen depletion is nearing a critical stage for the under sea life where the oil is beneath the water mixed with the dispersant. Devastation brings hunger with the collapse of the fishing industry and ruination of the shorelines, and a culmination of other things that are going to shortly take place; this is the pieces of the jigsaw puzzle that swiftly fall into place as:
Luke 6:25 “Woe to you who are full now, because you will be hungry. Woe to you who are laughing now, because you will mourn and weep.”
Isaiah 29:8 “It will be like a hungry one who dreams he is eating, then wakes and is still hungry; and like a thirsty one who dreams he is drinking, then wakes and is still thirsty, longing for water. So will be the multitude of all the nations who go to battle against Mount Zion.”