uthor and human rights professional for over 30 years, Deborah Dupré tells these shocking truths In her new book, VAMPIRE of MACONDO, shedding light on the historical humanitarian and environmental disaster covered up by the U.S. government and the petrochemical industrial complex.
429 pages, over 1000 references answering who what, how and why the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil catastrophe happened and is still destroying the Gulf and its people.
United States Orders
What People Are Saying
Deborah Dupré’s personal encounters with graceful southern Louisiana life and petrochemical-military-industrial thugs will transform your perspective on our addiction to fossil fuel. This book is empowering!
JIM HIGHTOWER, Political Commentator, Progressive Activist, Humorist
Weaves the Gulf Oil operation technicalities with residents’ struggle for a voice about the censored human health, marine life, and seafood catastrophe worsening daily.
Brings the epic tragedy of the Deepwater Horizon disaster down to the human level.
MICHAEL RIVERO, 'What Really Happened,' Peace Activist and Talk Show Host
Excellent chronicle of one of the saddest and most tragic environmental abuses in USA history.
HUGH KAUFMAN, senior engineer, former chief investigator for EPA Ombudsman’s office, EPAs multibillion $ hazardous site cleanup program author
Author and human rights professional Deborah Dupré has succeeded at documenting the truth about the shocking impact of the disaster on the environment and on communities. Moreover, on 429 pages with over 1000 references, Deborah Dupré is conveying the full spectrum of the story.
Dupré succeeded at correlating the heartbreaking suffering of victims with names, broken hopes and dreams, the faces behind a seemingly faceless big oil and politics, the criminal race for global, full spectrum dominance of the United States and the military industrial complex, and most importantly, she has done her work meticulously enough to place responsibility where it belongs.
Vampire of Macondo is the shocking truth about a people who have become victims of their government's war against its own people and peoples´worldwide. It is not only recommended reading for Americans. It is even more recommended reading and a stern warning for anyone in nations like the Philippines, Vietnam, South Korea, Laos, Myanmar, and people anywhere, where the U.S.A. is exporting its particular brand of freedom, democracy, security and human rights.
Christof Lehmann, Clinical psychologist, NSNBC No Spin News editor
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Monday, January 14
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