Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Corporate negligence?

It's Not Just Oil Companies.

For much of my adult life I have been forced to endure a constant whining from Government and politicians on so many things. Save bloody Africa, conserve water, be responsible. It's your fault we have AGW when I know in my heart that is all bollocks. What is not of the Blinky persuasion is pollution caused by the Bilderberger cartels of Global industrialisation, food processing, dubious pharmaceutical practices, deforestation, nuclear sloppiness and so on. Whatever we say or feel is just an inconvenience to the movers and shakers. As long as our slave labour can be taxed to fund their ever expanding debauchery and rape of this beautiful planet is just fine. The willing army of nutters who have bought in to the "global warming" guilt trip are every bit as arrogant and stupid  as the real corporate culprits for the state of the world. This here  is the latest example of the helplessness of ordinary people caught up in the web of global self-interest regardless of the consequences. A perfect encapsulation was the lack of publicity or anger at the bail out of European banks by the drug cartels and gangsters.  don't take my word for it . A class now entwined with the self-righteous Bilderberger elite. What it all costs the rest of us is unimaginable.


  1. To the victims it's pollution. To the politicos it's a tax opportunity.

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  3. ^ deleted for ammendment

    Nicely put, I'm supposed to feel guilty because my old plastic bag has worn out and I ask for another yet Governments and corporations are responsible for disasters like Bhopal, oil spills and the toxic torrent in Hungary.

    Your second link was fascinating.
    "the only liquid investment capital available to some banks on the brink of collapse last year. He said that a majority of the $352bn (£216bn) of drugs profits was absorbed into the economic system as a result."

    And so was effectivly laundered.