Arnold Mann They’re Poisoning Us – From the Gulf War to the Gulf of Mexico
Ten years ago, investigative reporter Arnold Mann blew the lid off “Toxic Mold” with a series of cover stories and features in Time and USA Weekend magazines. Now he’s back with an eye on the big picture. In his new book, “They’re Poisoning Us – From the Gulf War to the Gulf of Mexico,” Mann draws our attention to a global health crisis of exponential proportions, a toxic plague that has consumed the lives of tens of millions of Americans, rendering millions housebound. In “They’re Poisoning Us!” Mann reveals the ugly truths about cover-ups, lies and deceptions by major corporations and government agencies, even medical organizations.
From his Time exposé on the sickening of hundreds in the mold-infested environs of Southwest Airlines’ reservations center in San Antonio, Mann goes on to expose:
- The hundreds of thousands of veterans whose lives have been destroyed by Gulf War Syndrome in the biggest military cover-up in American history.
- The CDC turning a blind eye to infants dying in mold-infested inner city housing.
- Thousands of Gulf of Mexico cleanup workers denied critical protective equipment, for appearance purposes, while key government agencies look on with indifference.
- Wealthy homeowners poisoned in their own toxic mansions.
Mann has painstakingly documented their heart-breaking personal stories, along with medical testimony from renowned physicians and researchers who specialize in this new field of medicine. In “They’re Poisoning Us,” Mann tells a riveting story of concealment, confusion and insidiously immoral behavior on the part of industry and governmental agencies. He also reveals exciting new scientific developments that are finally producing new treatments for the chemically disabled.
This book is a must-read for anyone concerned about their health and the health of their loved ones in our increasingly “chemicalized” world.