Flint Michigan water was poisoned and their children are going to suffer from lead poisoning.
A doctor said that the Flint Michigan water has poisoned the children and they will have cognitive and other problems in the coming years…
It appears that Flint decided to change its water supply to save money, from the Huron River to the Flint river. A decision to save money and someone flipped the faucet and poisoned the residents and children of Flint on a huge scale. The improperly treated “corrosive water” caused the pipes to leak large volumes of lead.
Then they cut to a scene where a phone recording was playing by an official with a department of the State of Michigan, telling the public to relax.
State of Michigan says relax!
The coverage said that the city had an option to postpone or cure the problem but a prevention to this disaster at least… The city had this option that would have cost around $100 a day. For a city’s health and their children, I could not believe what I was hearing.
Years ago we purchased a high-end Amway eSpring® UV Water Purifier for our water purification. (I used to link to it, but would not encourage anyone to buy any Amway filter systems. They raise the price monthly it seems and we have seen prices double and triple for replacement filters. AVOID!! We use for any instance where we plan on consuming it, soups, drinks, ice cubes and more.
Our family is safe. We drink clean water. We filter our water. Proper planning for your family would stop this issue. But the local government must be held responsible for this mess.
I am grateful to live slightly outside of the box and to question the norms and the assumed securities of this society.
I feel for the families in Flint and the dear children.
They should pack up and leave the city and have a State and Federal government credit card in their pockets. A gesture from our fine government to say, “start over, on us”.
This should happen right now. They should not have to continue to be exposed to or around the Flint Michigan water.
Other communities in Michigan MUST embrace and open the doors to these “refugees” – if we truly care about helping people and their enjoyment of life…it would be, well, neighborly.
Perhaps Amway might want to reach out to families, take a check from the government or do it as a good-will gesture and give each family and Espring water treatment system.
And they may want to get out soon. While some view this as a joke, it is clearly anything but funny. But a new, equally as bad tragedy is about to happen to the city of Flint and every poisoned resident.
The attorneys are coming and its regarding the Flint Michigan water poi$oning.
They are about to descend on and solicit every square foot of the city, now is the time to leave I tell you! Make haste!
While I would like to drop bombs of common sense, critical thinking and proper planning to the land known as Flint, Michigan, attorneys might be a solution. Yes, you heard me say it.
Attorneys might help…
There should be an army of one that stands up in that city and demands an answer. A chorus demand for accountability and remedy for all damages caused by this. Assuming some can ever be corrected.
But read my article on Attorneys first – use caution!
All the best to the residents of Flint, I hope your residents get better, do well and recover.
I will monitor the responses of those out there managing this debacle and fearlessly call them out if necessary. This is a very delicate and tragic situation and it needs leadership and quality thinkers.
UPDATE: Amway Espring update. I would avoid purchasing an Amway Espring water filtration system if I had to do it all over again. Why? Amway consistently raises their prices (every year it seems) on the filters for this unit. Its appears to be a very strategic play, sell model x and then on model x’s filters, keep raising prices. Why? You can only get the quality model x filter from them, its a demand issue. And they are capitalizing in the demand in a gouing type manner – doubling the cost of a filter is shady!. Very shady as far as I am concerned. A new post is coming soon about water filtration systems.