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During the Vietnam War, the United States military sprayed millions of gallons of Agent Orange and other herbicides on trees and vegetation. Several decades later, concerns about the health effects from these chemicals continue. One of the groups impacted by Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning is the servicemen who were at sea. These brave men are often referred to as Blue Water Navy, which includes Coast Guard and Fleet Marine personnel. Although it has been over forty years, there are still so many servicemen as well as their offspring who continue to suffer due to Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning. While the United States Veterans Administration offers "eligible Veterans", a free Agent Orange Registry health exam to assess possible long-term health problems related to exposure, gathering the information is quite a task. However, there are people out there who are doing everything they can to help our veterans get the help that they need. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John J. Bury, a retired US Navy and Vietnam War Veteran. He is going to talk about Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning and his work as an advocate, helping others that have also been affected. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2015 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
Although the Vietnam War has been over for more than four decades, there are so many veterans that are suffering from exposure to Agent Orange and have received little or no help. Why is there such an outrageously long delay to provide veterans with assistance? Is this due to more negligence on the part of the Veteran’s Administration?
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John J. Bury, a retired US Navy and Vietnam War Veteran who is also a veterans’ advocate. He is going to talk about two recent legislative Bills. HR-969 and S.681,The Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Agent Orange Act. Stay tuned!
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Former Blue Water Navy Sailor John Bury joins us to discuss Monsanto, Agent Orange, and more.
John is infected with Agent Orange Dioxin poisoning. He is known as a Blue Water Navy Sailor. He made 4 deployments to the waters of Vietnam, known as the combat zone in the South China Sea and Tonkin Gulf onboard the USS Sacramento (AOE-1), during the periods 1968, 1969, 1970 & 1971. At the time of his enlistment in the US Navy, February 1953, his home town was Philadelphia, Pa.. After 22 years of Naval service, he retired USN, April 1975. He now makes my home in Media, Pa. He is married to my wonderful wife Cathy (Reilly) Bury, of Philadelphia, Pa.
In 2002, he was diagnosed with his first cancer. In time, three more cancers developed in his body. Rapidly his quality of life diminished. It is his belief he was poisoned with Agent Orange Dioxin. AO, as they call it, was a herbicide used as a defoliant in Vietnam. Its use was to clear the jungles and forests affording the enemy less coverage to hide; also to deplete the enemy’s food supply. Our government refers to the defoliant as Tactical Herbicides. Unbeknown to they who fought on land, at sea and in the air, this herbicide would some day cause a variety of illnesses. The number is unknown, but it could be estimated that one million plus American Veterans may have died from dioxin poisoning. It does not end with veterans. Disease and deaths are now consuming children and grand children of Vietnam veterans, known as second and third generation AO casualties.
ATTENTION!! The after hours show is a totally different show, the 1st 3 hours is the interview with John Bury. The 4th hour IS NOT part of the interview.
John Bury is a Vietnam war veteran with 22 years service. He had 4 deployments to Vietnam as Blue Water Navy, no boots on ground. His ship had operated withing the 12 mile limit of Vietnam, the limit was regulated by the VA, which is better known as the combat zone. However, many of them were infected by agent orange anyway by various means. John is a victim of Agent Orange dioxin poisoning and now working on his 4th cancer. In August 2011, John was diagnosed with his 4th cancer T-cell Cutaneous Lymphoma non-Hodgkin's, a very rare form of cancer, perhaps less then 60,000 cases known. There is no cure, no real treatment.
In September 2011, after doing some research, John started to write about Vietnam and agent orange and the failures of our government to provide proper VA benefits, especially for Blue Water Navy. To date he has written 24 articles mostly published as letters to the Editor. He has been published in hundreds of news publications nationwide these past 2 years. He also a member of Children Of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance - Agent Orange Dioxin Survivors Uniting Internationally, as one of its authors.
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Hosts Deb DeRousse and Jonathan Lento have been working the paranormal field for many years, they developed this show to bring their own experiences to all who want to listen and possibly learn. They are not experts, every case is a new experience and they continue to learn something new every day. As well as being researchers, they are both mediums who enjoy helping others.
Tonights guest, John Kennedy, is the founder of Superior Paranormal Investigations in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and has been involved in the paranormal for over 30 years. John has worked over 600 cases so there isn't much that he has not experienced in the paranormal. Listen in to find out how John manages a normal life with his family and is still totally devoted to helping anyone with a paranormal problem. We will also be talking about the many, many, changes in the paranormal field over the past 30 years.
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Friday, May 29th at 3pm (PST), we will continue in St. John starting at 5:17! Excited?
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in Self Help
On Sunday, May 24, 2015 I shared a sermon called "Why Some People Hate You." The bulk of my talk came from the Biblical story of King Saul and David. Here is some of what I shared:
6 It happened as they were coming, when David returned from killing the (Goliath) Philistine, that the women came out of all the cities of Israel, singing and dancing, to meet King Saul, with tambourines, with joy and with [b]musical instruments. 7 The women sang as they [c]played, and said,
“Saul has slain his thousands,
And David his ten thousands.”
8 Then Saul became very angry, for this saying [d]displeased him; and he said, “They have ascribed to David ten thousands, but to me they have ascribed thousands. Now what more can he have but the kingdom?” 9 Saul looked at David with suspicion from that day on.
There is a fable of an eagle which could out fly another, and the other didn't like it. The latter saw a sportsman one day, and said to him:
"I wish you would bring down that eagle." The sportsman replied that he would if he only had some feathers to put into the arrow. So the eagle pulled one out of his wing. The arrow was shot, but didn't quite reach the rival eagle; it was flying too high.....
Tonight, YOU will have the chance to ask one of America's most informed and articulate Beatles experts your question on The Beatles during The Beatlemania Years (late 1963-end of 1965). Jonathan Gould, revered author of Can't Buy Me Love: The Beatles, Britain, and America will return for part 2 of his chat about the Fab Four.
Last time Gould was on our program, we weren't able to go live and let you talk with him person-to-person, but tonight is YOUR SHOW...ask anything about John, Paul, George, Ringo, Brian, the music, EMI, George Martin..."Help" or "Hard Day's Night!" Go for it! Call 646-668-2641 at 9:30 p.m. ET tonight! What a great opportunity to hear from one of our greatest American Beatles gurus!
Historian Heather Voight talks about her new book, "Passionate Crusaders: How Members of the U.S. War Refugee Board Saved Jews and Altered American Foreign Policy during World War II."
About Passionate Crusaders:
Passionate Crusaders tells the gripping story of a few righteous Americans who sought to do what many thought impossible in 1944--save Jews who had not yet been murdered in the Holocaust.
By January 1944, Treasury Department officials Henry Morgenthau, John Pehle, and Josiah DuBois had already convinced President Franklin Roosevelt to create the War Refugee Board, an agency with the authority to provide rescue and relief for Jews and other groups persecuted by the Nazis.
Scholars have criticized the Board for its inability to save more Jews and maintained that the agency should have been created sooner. Heather Voight's groundbreaking research proves that despite its shortcomings, the War Refugee Board changed history and forever altered American foreign policy. Its creation ended the cycle of indifference that the government and the American public had shown to victims of the Holocaust. In the words of Henry Morgenthau, from 1944-1945 "crusaders, passionately persuaded of the need for speed and action" risked their reputations and sometimes their lives to save Jews.
In addition to saving more than 100,000 lives, Board members also made a lasting impact on international law. They pressured the War Crimes Commission to broaden its definition of war crimes by including the murder of civilians by their own countrymen. This new definition of war crimes was applied to genocides committed many decades later in Bosnia and Rwanda, and continues to be used today.
About Heather Voight: Heather Voight is a successful freelance writer and history blogger. She has a B.A. in History and English.