Arcane Semantics: Steven Whitener – Superfund Sites, Toxic By-Product Pollution & Corruption (6-4-18)

This airing we have Steven Whitener joining us. Steven has previously worked for and later tried to expose a company called AquaTech. AquaTech were initially involved with illegal dumping in South Carolina around 1989-1990 and ultimately turned into a Superfund Site. Steven has since become an acute analyst of the control and perceptions within our society and corporate infrastructure. We take a few calls – John, Wendy and Elena additionally contribute to the discussion.

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Good show Richard and callers. It’s heartening to hear there are still honourable folk, like your guest Steven, who didn’t take “hush” money, but risked his health in making a stand against these jewish corps. If class actions fail, we need crowd action!

Scarlett

The courage of Steven, to speak out at the time of the incident , and to come on Renegade using his real name, cannot be overstated.

Yrton

Great show. It’s our 1% VS (((their))) 1% . Masses will follow whoever is mightier. Unfortunately, this is the current state of our reality.

“If you wanna move a mountain, pick up a shovel and start today.”
~ Chinese Proverb

PS: Contrary to Bi-bull’s: “And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.”
~ Matthew 17:20

Callwen

Steven you are a man of honor, thanks for telling your story. It’s that profound difference between being rooted to the land or just exploiting it for an end.

Soapy Bigstorm

Well done!! Very informative!

WhiteWolf

Good show. It brought back memories of a huge disaster I heard about in India back in 1984 by a Union Carbide company there. Some 500,000 people were affected by a gas leak with thousands killed and many more injured.

I wish I was surprised to hear of this third world standard of hazardous waste removal in the US. The more diversified it gets the worse these problems will become.