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May 19 - Are ExxonMobil execs the most evil people in the 200,000-year history of man?
 

 
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Internal ExxonMobil documents show that the company’s scientists predicted in 1982 that by 2020, parts per million of carbon dioxide in earth’s atmosphere would reach 410-420 ppm. For the first time this spring ppm of CO2 exceeded 415.

The memo says in part,


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Considerable uncertainty also surrounds the possible impact on society of such a warming trend, should it occur. At the low end of the predicted temperature range there could be some impact on agricultural growth and rainfall patterns which could be beneficial in some regions and detrimental in others.

At the high end, some scientists suggest there could be considerable adverse impact including the flooding of some coastal land masses as a result of a rise in sea level due to melting of the Antarctic ice sheet.

They understood that the full effect of this vast increase in heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere would cause enormous changes, though much of the damage would occur centuries down the line.
The company covered up these memos and staged a multi-million-dollar disinformation campaign to throw doubt on the reality of human-made climate change, to ensure that ExxonMobil could go on making billions in profits each year from selling gasoline.

The scientists nailed it. ExxonMobil nailed it. They can be proud of their scientific prowess and predictive abilities, right?

Wrong. They are evil.

They are the most evil human beings to walk the earth since Homo Sapiens emerged in southern Africa around 200,000 years ago.

ExxonMobil has single-handedly been conducting a vast terraforming experiment that will displace hundreds of millions of people. Some two-thirds of Egypt’s 100 million people live in the Nile River delta, which has low elevations and some of which will be submerged even in the current century. Bangladesh isn’t going to be there after a while, displacing 150 million people.

This is not to account for the increased destructiveness of tropical storms or the acidification of the oceans, which will likely k*ll off half of marine life.

Characters in science fiction that wreck a whole planet are rare. George Lucas’s Darth Vader destroyed a planet with the death Star in Star Wars. Stan Lee’s Thanatos wiped out half the population of earth in The Avengers: Endgame. In 2009’s Star Trek the mad Romulan Nero destroyed the planet of Vulcan with 6 billion people on it.

CEOs of ExxonMobil such as Lee Raymond or Rex Tillerson or currently Darren Woods are banal in their evil, as Hannah Arendt would lead us to expect. They probably aren’t even interesting to talk to. They are like wind-up toys, their springs being profit, that can’t change direction, driving toward extinction.

But they are much worse in the practical effect of their evil than Hitler or Pol Pot or any of the other genocidal maniacs we’ve seen in the past century.

They deliberately wrecked a planet to make a few bucks (in Lee Raymond’s case, $400 million of them). Tens of millions of human beings will die so that they can have private planes and huge mansions.

They are Darth Vaders and Thanatoses, they are destroyers of a planet. And they manage in their cupidity and their cunning and their dishonesty to be utterly boring and worthy of no one’s interest as people. They lack a soul.

Sooner or later the judges will permit people to begin suing ExxonMobil for the environmental damage it has caused. The judges are turning these suits back now. But minds will change.

All it would take would be one gigantic glacier from Antarctica to plop in and suddenly raise sea level noticeably, a sort of climate tsunami. I wish it wouldn’t happen, but it will. The question is only when, as Exxon noticed in 1982. Judges in Miami would notice.

The company is doomed to an early bankruptcy.

Get your money out of it if you hope to retire.

And switch to public transportation or an electric car as soon as you can afford to.

That is the only redemption we will have from this cabal of evil, to know that they are already on the trash heap of history and have no part in the future of our increasingly challenged planet.

Their names will be vilified for as long as human beings live.

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47 comments for "May 19 - Are ExxonMobil execs the most evil people in the 200,000-year history of man?"

 4 weeks ago '19        #2
Gold Face 2 heat pts
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Yup

Good read here for
Anyone interested

Who am i kidding you dorks debate lebrons jock strap, jerk off to thotties IG, and read gold face posts all day



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 4 weeks ago '14        #3
theillest11 
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No that title goes to whoever instituted colonialism worldwide, initiated the trans Atlantic slave trade and committed genocide against native Americans
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 4 weeks ago '06        #4
aussie08 6 heat pts
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Money will change the best of intentions . 90% of people in their position would make the same choices.
Would you steal 50 million dollars if you know you wouldnt get caught, but would change 10 lives you would never see or come across?
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 4 weeks ago '17        #5
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People don't know what true evil is but one day they will know

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 4 weeks ago '19        #6
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 theillest11 said
No that title goes to whoever instituted colonialism worldwide, initiated the trans Atlantic slave trade and committed genocide against native Americans
Exxon is using its oil and gas influence in south Americans countries and buying their politicians building out the countries and basically colonializing South America on the low. As well as other parts of the globe to this day

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 4 weeks ago '11        #7
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Even if they released the memo it wouldn’t have change sh*t

The world was oil hungry

 4 weeks ago '18        #8
RubbahBandMane 14 heat pts14
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The Catholic church is worse. But has anybody ever noticed that the Exxon logo has a double cross in it ?
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 4 weeks ago '06        #9
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 Gold Face said
Yup

Good read here for
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Who am i kidding you dorks debate lebrons jock strap, jerk off to thotties IG, and read gold face posts all day



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Private Empire: ExxonMobil and American Power by Steve Coll
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Overview: In Private Empire Steve Coll investigates the largest and most powerful private corporation in the United States, revealing the true extent of its power. ExxonMobil’s annual revenues are larger than the economic activity in the great majority of countries. In many of the countries where it conducts business, ExxonMobil’s sway over politics and security is greater than that of the United States embassy. In Washington, ExxonMobil spends more money lobbying Congress and the White House than almost any other corporation. Yet despite its outsized influence, it is a black box.

Private Empire pulls back the curtain, tracking the corporation’s recent history and its central role on the world stage, beginning with the Exxon Valdez accident in 1989 and leading to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. The action spans the globe, moving from Moscow, to impoverished African capitals, Indonesia, and elsewhere in heart-stopping scenes that feature kidnapping cases, civil wars, and high-stakes struggles at the Kremlin. At home, Coll goes inside ExxonMobil’s K Street office and corporation headquarters in Irving, Texas, where top executives in the “God Pod” (as employees call it) oversee an extraordinary corporate culture of discipline and secrecy.
Genre: Business & Money > Industries > Energy & Mining > Oil & Energy

Private Empire_ ExxonMobil and American Power - Steve Coll.azw3
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for anyone that was interested
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 4 weeks ago '05        #10
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 theillest11 said
No that title goes to whoever instituted colonialism worldwide, initiated the trans Atlantic slave trade and committed genocide against native Americans
To be fair, the memo says they expect 3.5 degrees by 2068, which make much of the earth uninhabitable if true. It takes a different kind of evil to be okay with all future generations dying.

Maybe crazy but Nikola Tesla claimed he heard voices in his first radio experiments and that they were discussing global warming and heating the planet. He was convinced they were trying to heat up the planet by increasing the adoption of combustion engines and that global warming would wipe us out by 2050. It might be why he was obsessed with clean energy and died days before trying to show Roosevelt his new plans for a flying car. His first flying car patent, decades before Roswell:


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 4 weeks ago '15        #11
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 autoraptronix said
To be fair, the memo says they expect 3.5 degrees by 2068, which make much of the earth uninhabitable if true. It takes a different kind of evil to be okay with all future generations dying.

Maybe crazy but Nikola Tesla claimed he heard voices in his first radio experiments and that they were discussing global warming and heating the planet. He was convinced they were trying to heat up the planet by increasing the adoption of combustion engines and that global warming would wipe us out by 2050. It might be why he was obsessed with clean energy and died days before trying to show Roosevelt his new plans for a flying car. His first flying car patent, decades before Roswell:


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U have a link to the Tesla story?

 4 weeks ago '19        #12
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people from around the world would say different things. bc most of the answers would somehow relate to them personally. so not only would it be region specific but also time specific.

do people ever stop and think about it in real time. never. what i mean is what do you think today is absolutely fu*king horrible but you think you might gain ever so slightly so you ignore it.

id bet you this exxon sh*t is way more fringe science of the time, than if we bomb people they will move. thats so damn obvious. yet europe is in an immigration 'crisis'. just in time for north americas. wow. now the world isnt going to hate america when we build walls. in fact, they will admire them.
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 4 weeks ago '06        #13
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My parents raised me not to go to Exxon since the Vadez oil spill they boffed.
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 4 weeks ago '05        #14
autoraptronix 13 heat pts13
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 Prad Bitt said
U have a link to the Tesla story?
Here's the part about global warming:


The Real Reason For Tesla's Interest in Free Energy

According to Tesla's private journals, anomalous voice transmissions heard over his special radio receivers, discussed the warming of the planet caused by natural and manmade sources of atmospheric pollutants.

Tesla was also left with the impression that the unknown voices favored this outcome and may have actually "hurried" the process along by encouraging the development of the internal combustion engine.

Tesla may have been the first human to learn about what is referred to today as "Global Warming" and the "Greenhouse Effect." Tesla, convinced that the voices he was receiving were from a hostile extraterrestrial source, began a concerted effort to develop a means of power that did not use the burning of wood or fossil fuels. An energy source that was clean and unlimited and would prevent pollutants, at least manmade, from filling the atmosphere and causing the retention of heat from the sun.


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From the book Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla. I don't know accurate everything in the book is but some it rings true from experience:


In my boyhood I suffered from a peculiar affliction due to the appearance of images, often accompanied by strong flashes of light, which marred the sight of real objects and interfered with my thoughts and action. They were pictures of things and scenes which I had really seen, never of those imagined.

When a word was spoken to me the image of the object it designated would present itself vividly to my vision and sometimes I was quite unable to distinguish whether what I saw was tangible or not.

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I also began having experiences just like that when I was younger. It wasn't with spoken words but when introduced to people I would experience a vivid memory or something of them that took over my vision and was indistinguishable from reality. It was like I was instantly transported for a moment and then back, with no idea how much time had passed. Eventually I was able to control and stop it but I do wonder if I had tried Tesla's method back then.
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 4 weeks ago '17        #15
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 theillest11 said
No that title goes to whoever instituted colonialism worldwide, initiated the trans Atlantic slave trade and committed genocide against native Americans
Nailed it

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 4 weeks ago '15        #16
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 autoraptronix said
Here's the part about global warming:


The Real Reason For Tesla's Interest in Free Energy

According to Tesla's private journals, anomalous voice transmissions heard over his special radio receivers, discussed the warming of the planet caused by natural and manmade sources of atmospheric pollutants.

Tesla was also left with the impression that the unknown voices favored this outcome and may have actually "hurried" the process along by encouraging the development of the internal combustion engine.

Tesla may have been the first human to learn about what is referred to today as "Global Warming" and the "Greenhouse Effect." Tesla, convinced that the voices he was receiving were from a hostile extraterrestrial source, began a concerted effort to develop a means of power that did not use the burning of wood or fossil fuels. An energy source that was clean and unlimited and would prevent pollutants, at least manmade, from filling the atmosphere and causing the retention of heat from the sun.


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From the book Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla. I don't know accurate everything in the book is but some it rings true from experience:


In my boyhood I suffered from a peculiar affliction due to the appearance of images, often accompanied by strong flashes of light, which marred the sight of real objects and interfered with my thoughts and action. They were pictures of things and scenes which I had really seen, never of those imagined.

When a word was spoken to me the image of the object it designated would present itself vividly to my vision and sometimes I was quite unable to distinguish whether what I saw was tangible or not.

[pic - click to view]




I also began having experiences just like that when I was younger. It wasn't with spoken words but when introduced to people I would experience a vivid memory or something of them that took over my vision and was indistinguishable from reality. It was like I was instantly transported for a moment and then back, with no idea how much time had passed. Eventually I was able to control and stop it but I do wonder if I had tried Tesla's method back then.
Energy is never destroyed, thus I fully believe in clairvoyance, supernatural, past experiences, premonitions etc. Anecdotally I read dude barely slept ate once a day and was OCD in ways, wonder how much our delusions play in our intelligence since to the person they are quite real and shape thoughts and actions.
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 4 weeks ago '17        #17
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Idk Rome is up there pretty high
Matter fact, imma go head and say they still got the title... exxon bp etc are putting in work, but they got a lot more bodies to catch to even half rome lol
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 4 weeks ago '05        #18
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 Its said
Idk Rome is up there pretty high
Matter fact, imma go head and say they still got the title... exxon bp etc are putting in work, but they got a lot more bodies to catch to even half rome lol
Like what about Rome? Some of the things Nero did sound similar to what some politicians are accused of with pizzagate.

Still, believing the world will end in a few profitable decades and being okay with it is pretty evil.
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Capitalism

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 aussie08 said
Money will change the best of intentions . 90% of people in their position would make the same choices.
Would you steal 50 million dollars if you know you wouldnt get caught, but would change 10 lives you would never see or come across?


Upon further review, as much as principles are near and dear, 50 million would and could be a breaking point

And there begins the problem - that makes sense for the removal of certain extremes in business
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 4 weeks ago '16        #21
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gas companies bought up all the copyrights to water 4 gas and running your car on propane technology convert kits. Screw them
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 autoraptronix said
To be fair, the memo says they expect 3.5 degrees by 2068, which make much of the earth uninhabitable if true. It takes a different kind of evil to be okay with all future generations dying.

Maybe crazy but Nikola Tesla claimed he heard voices in his first radio experiments and that they were discussing global warming and heating the planet. He was convinced they were trying to heat up the planet by increasing the adoption of combustion engines and that global warming would wipe us out by 2050. It might be why he was obsessed with clean energy and died days before trying to show Roosevelt his new plans for a flying car. His first flying car patent, decades before Roswell:


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tesla was ahead of his time. He had that insane genius sh*t goin on

They were saying that in an episode on ancient aliens. They said he claimed he could talk to aliens

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Michael Franzese on Making $10M a Week Stealing Gasoline Tax


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 Prad Bitt said
Energy is never destroyed, thus I fully believe in clairvoyance, supernatural, past experiences, premonitions etc. Anecdotally I read dude barely slept ate once a day and was OCD in ways, wonder how much our delusions play in our intelligence since to the person they are quite real and shape thoughts and actions.
I believe in the metaphysical stuff also. You're right that our believes can sometimes serve as delusions which serve to limit our conscious potential. We all have and even demonstrate some level of these abilities naturally. Rupert Sheldrake is a scientist showing this can be scientifically proven today (here's his banned Tedtalk):

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JKHUaNAxsTg

I don't really believe everything said about Tesla tho. In some of my research I encountered discrepancies in the dates they attributed to some of the things Tesla did. Some dates seem to be off by 20 years and many sources say his work started much later than what I found. His work on the flying cat started much earlier and even the record of his death is inconsistent (most sources don't talk about him dying right before trying to meet Roosevelt). Their seems to be something off about his reported history so I wouldn't be surprised if these eccentricities were added to also alter perceptions of Tesla for some reason. .
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 4 weeks ago '15        #25
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 autoraptronix said
I believe in the metaphysical stuff also. You're right that our believes can sometimes serve as delusions which serve to limit our conscious potential. We all have and even demonstrate some level of these abilities naturally. Rupert Sheldrake is a scientist showing this can be scientifically proven today (here's his banned Tedtalk):

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JKHUaNAxsTg

I don't really believe everything said about Tesla tho. In some of my research I encountered discrepancies in the dates they attributed to some of the things Tesla did. Some dates seem to be off by 20 years and many sources say his work started much later than what I found. His work on the flying cat started much earlier and even the record of his death is inconsistent (most sources don't talk about him dying right before trying to meet Roosevelt). Their seems to be something off about his reported history so I wouldn't be surprised if these eccentricities were added to also alter perceptions of Tesla for some reason. .
I love Ted Talks good look. Think his work was suppressed, misunderstood, and flat out lost so they fill in gaps. I fully believe in the eccentric nature that was attributed to him,!the greatest minds are on the spectrum. At a time before internet our thoughts, habits, and proclivities weren’t so easily allowed to flourish in the privacy of home.

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