Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Corporate irresponsibility

Now here's an article that defines corporate culture of the 21st Century.
"Take no responsibility. Assess blame and place it upon others."

These piece of shit corpo-fascist pricks will NEVER take the responsibility they should. Decent human beings accept responsibility for the wrongs they do. They admit theirpast wrongs, make ammends and go on. Not these corporate mother fuckers. They are not decent human beings. They are nothing but greed driven and profit controlled. They will do whatever it takes wherever they have to do it to protect the next quarter's bottom line.
These are not decent human beings. They are piece of shit corporate entities. They will use their power, might and money to convince YOU that they are doing the public good and they are so very sorry about the Gulf oil spill, "BUT IT'S NOT OUR FAULT!"
Now everyone buy our oil and pay no attention to the environmental catastrophe that has befallen the Gulf of Mexico. Forget about those thousands of people whose lives have been shattered.

Somebody would be in jail if our government wasn't a co-conspirator in this inhuman recreant mess.

BP: Multiple companies, teams contributed to spill
Harry R. Weber, Michael Kunzelman And Dina Cappiello, Associated Press Writers – 33 mins ago

NEW ORLEANS – Oil giant BP PLC said in an internal report released Wednesday before a key piece of evidence has been analyzed that multiple companies and work teams contributed to the massive Gulf of Mexico spill that fouled waters and shorelines for months.

In its 193-page report posted on its website Wednesday, the British company describes the incident as an accident that arose from a complex and interlinked series of mechanical failures, human judgments, engineering design, operational implementation and team interfaces.

BP spread the blame around, and even was critical of its own workers' conduct, but it defended the design of its well and it was careful in its assessments. It already faces hundreds of lawsuits and billions of dollars of liabilities. In public hearings, it had already tried to shift some of the blame to rig owner Transocean Ltd. and cement contractor Halliburton. BP was leasing the rig from Transocean and owned the well that blew out.

And here's a great tactic for shirking all corporate responsibility in a corporate tragedy: Stand there like a 5 year old in front of the horrible mess and shrug your shoulders and say "gee, I don't know what happened."

Massey official 'mystified' by mine disaster
By Ken Ward Jr.
Staff writer

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Massey Energy officials said Monday that safety checks revealed no methane buildup or ventilation problems at the company's Upper Big Branch Mine just prior to the explosion that killed 29 miners three weeks ago.

"There was no evidence of a dangerous condition," said Massey board member Stanley C. Suboleski. "I'm mystified at what occurred at the mine on April 5."

Maybe we should put this scumbag along with the rest of his backwoods moron coal company executive buddies into a room full of methane gas and then ignite a spark. No, that would be too quick for these murdering shit piles.

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