- Feb 3, 2010
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Just seen her on the news on a farm looking at cows, there's a meeting of minds that's for sure.
In your opinion. Conflating Deepwater Horizon with Profiteering is complete and utter bollocks though.Oh right, good. That fixes everything then.
Different names in the board room won't be changing the structure or ideology of BP. That will remain, as will the culture of taking aggressive ecological risks, and grotesque profiteering .
Tend to agree. It's like saying the way Wolves run at the moment shows no care at all to the most loyal "customers" (true) and then adding "I mean look at them in the 1980s under the Bhatti Brothers, they've been at it for years".It has no relation to the current situation at all which is absolute cuntery toward the customer. Bring it up is just pointless. It adds zero.
There's your problem right there.I'd disagree. BP & others have explicitly lobbied for and pushed through the means to continuously extract resources in much riskier ways whilst also underselling the risks and having inadequate contingency plans.
The gulf, and other examples as well as their anti climate change literature/research (cough) highlights a long-term plan and intention.
Changing the boardroom does nothing.
I mean, we're not expecting a significant or positive change in govt direction with boris being replaced are we?
And quite possibly the next Chancellor of the Exchequer!In a competitive field, I think she might just be the dimmest of the lot