In Russia: Voznesensk, Chelyabinsk region – We Drink Fuel Oil…

In the Russian village Voznesensk which is located in the Chelyabinsk region is a real ecological disaster of deadly proportions. This video in Russian was presented by a reader. I will keep the gist of it short and too the point.

On the outskirts of the village lies a whole lake of fuel oil. Oil waste just lies directly on the soil surface. Then it slowly has absorbed deeper into the earth as the years go by and now has entered into the water system that the local people drink from.

This waste was left by the road management of the Chelyabinsk region. The head of the village said that repeatedly he has invited the Commission here, and wrote letters to various authorities.

Don’t you love it when government treats you like you are worthless?

I bet that is Yummy water…

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