posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 05:03 PM
In light of the Gulf Oil disaster - thought I'd bump this thread for review. It seems fitting and may (or) may not apply to some Key Players in th BP
and Gulf Oil Disaster.
"The secret of life is honesty and fair dealing. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.”
*Excerpt from link in original post
Psychopaths may be distinguished from sociopaths in one fundamental respect. Whereas sociopaths have no allegiance to, and even contempt for,
any values or rules or laws of a wider society beyond their own small sub-group, such as a gang or cult, psychopaths have no allegiance to anything
transcendent beyond themselves. Within gangs and cults, at war with society, there are certain codes and sociopaths are capable of holding to forms of
allegiance and adherence to transcendent—beyond the individual--values and rules at least of the sub-group.
Psychopaths, are total and ultra-individualists and narcissists, and have no allegiances beyond themselves and their own notions of their own narrow
and selfish interests. Both psychopaths and sociopaths may not only find the business world a “target-rich” environment, they also can find
religious, non-profit, educational, legal, military and political organizations attractive as well. - According to the authors, the corporate worlds
(any organizations run like corporations), are increasingly a “target-rich” environments for psychopaths...
BP Executive says US cannot do without Gulf oil
WASHINGTON — The head of BP America is telling Congress that despite the catastrophic oil spill, the U.S. cannot do without oil from the Gulf of
BP America chairman and president Lamar McKay told a House panel in prepared testimony that America's economy, security and standard of living
"significantly depend upon domestic oil and gas production." He said that companies have operated in the Gulf safely and reliably. The Associated
Press obtained a copy of his remarks prior to delivery.
McKay warned that reducing energy production without consumption would shift jobs offshore — and put millions of additional barrels onto tanker
ships that travel across oceans.
[edit on 15-6-2010 by LadySkadi]