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Does anyone else feel disgust reading this pdf?

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posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 07:30 AM
After reading countless threads on ATS regarding the ongoing oil disaster, or the cover-ups, or the blatant disregard for the health of the "small people"....i decided to have a little look around the web for other BP documents.

I found this pdf below. It addresses the way Governments and Communities are dealt with by BP.

Maybe before i became a member of ATS i'd have read this and thought, "Yep they look like an unpstanding member of the business community, i mean hey it's just a document on how they conduct their contact with other parties, all very lawfully and always with respect for their employees and the public."

However thanks to this site, and much reading elsewhere on the subject, i just cannot read this without feeling sick to the stomach because of how they handle their business in the "real world".

Even if you just watch the fascinating new ATS videos on The Mustang Conspiracy, this pdf just doesn't leave a nice taste in your mouth.

BP - Governments and Communities.

I have to highlight just a couple of the many parts of the pdf that almost made my eyes ache from rolling.

We will not engage in bribery or corruption in any form. Corruption is the enemy of development and human progress, and we are committed to transparency in all our dealings.

Except at the site of the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

We will engage constructively with all governments in whose jurisdiction we operate. We will not participate in partisan political activity, and will make no political contributions in any country.

Maybe ammo for those that say BP donated to certain political parties during the election campaign. Some say it was BP employees, so it doesn't count. Others say it was BP itself.

We will seek to form a constructive and productive relationship with all branches of the media.

Again, except at the site of the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico.

I'm sure our members will pick out a lot more that are just laughable in this document.


[edit on 5/7/10 by CX]

posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 02:48 PM
Transparency. :shk:

Death of a worker in Alaska, at BP pipeline last November seems more like a coverup, or worse. No one can get out of a truck in drive and run around to the front of it to get run over. Mainly because the truck will still be moving as you get out. Article below.


posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 02:54 PM
Wow interesting story snowspirit, sad one too.

After reading recently about the cuts BP will make in order to save money, i'd certainly question why a worker that was so big into health and safety ended up being killed by his own truck.

Thanks for the link.


posted on Jul, 5 2010 @ 03:35 PM
Too many lies, unanswered questions. I saw the above story on cnn so I went looking for it. With all the other coverups they are involved in, and the guy that shot himself down in the gulf a couple of weeks or a month ago. He was only 55, that's still quite young, couldn't he have taken his boat somewhere else to work, further east coast, or transport and move to the west coast? With it being ruled a suicide, his wife wouldn't even get his life insurance.

Your thread looked like a good place for coverups, being BP health and public relations type issues.

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