ExxonMobil Climate Criminal Shot Dead

Exxon Climate Criminals may already have knowingly caused runaway Climate Change, which could lead to the extinction of millions of species, including YOU and ME.

ExxonMobil Executive Gunned Down in Belgium

A British oil executive gunned down in the Belgian capital of Brussels. Helmeted assailants escaping on a motorcycle. No arrests. A driver of a white van who has not been found. A court order for police not to reveal the details.

ExxonMobil said in a statement: “We were shocked by the tragic death of Nick Mockford, one of our employees, a fortnight ago in Brussels. Mr Mockford was a department manager at our office close to Brussels but we have no indication that the incident was work-related.”

Witnesses said they saw Mr Mockford and his wife walk across the street to their Lexus car before shots were fired and two men were seen running away, one of them carrying a motorcycle helmet.

Mr Mockford is understood to have worked for the oil company since the 1970s. He was the head of marketing for interim technologies at ExxonMobil Chemicals Europe

Asesinan en Bruselas a un ejecutivo de la petrolera ExxonMobil

El ejecutivo de la petrolera ExxonMobil Nicholas Mockford, de 60 años, fue asesinado en las

Chevron drops $2.5 million in pocket change to elect House Republicans
by pbgrist
The logo visible in the upper-left corner of the check.
Chevron, owners of a refinery that exploded over the summer resulting in possible criminal charges, decided to make a strategic investment that it clearly hopes will prevent future, similar headaches.
It gave $2.5 million to a pro-Republican super PAC.
Chevron’s donation accounts for the bulk of the $3.1 million the group raised between Oct. 1-17, according to a filing with the Federal Election Commission released Thursday.

afueras de Bruselas, informó la policía de Bélgica.

Mockford salía de un restaurante con su esposa, cuando recibió tres disparos. El asesinato ocurrió el 14 de octubre, pero debido a un bloqueo informativo los detalles no han sido conocidos hasta ahora.
La investigación del hecho fue derivada a la Policía Federal.

Climate criminal number one — Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson

10/4/2012 9:55am by 3 Comments Print

There’s no better face of climate catastrophe than ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson. Exxon’s size alone makes Tillerson our “Ace of Spades” climate criminal. (And I vote David and Charles Koch, in that order, as the King and Queen — but more on these rankings in a bit.)

Mr. Tillerson first hit these pages (and our radar) in this post — Who is the enemy leading us to Climate Catastrophe? Here we quote Bill McKibben, who quotes Naomi Klein:

“Lots of companies do rotten things in the course of their business – pay terrible wages, make people work in sweatshops – and we pressure them to change those practices,” says veteran anti-corporate leader Naomi Klein, who is at work on a book about the climate crisis. “But these numbers make clear that with the fossil-fuel

♠ Tillerson’s personal wealth. All of that Exxon money exists to make the Exxon executive class, which Tillerson rules as CEO, wealthy beyond their dreams — or needs. The destruction of the planet’s climate system is a byproduct of their personal wealth-production. Here’s a taste:
Salary(2007) — $5,110,000 / month; $16,726,742 / year [1]
Total compensation (2011) — $25.2 million (2011) [2]
Estimated net worth — More than $40 million (based solely on his 5-year Exxon compensation)
industry, wrecking the planet is their business model. It’s what they do.” …They’re clearly cognizant of global warming – they employ some of the world’s best scientists, after all, and they’re bidding on all those oil leases made possible by the staggering melt of Arctic ice.And yet they relentlessly search for more hydrocarbons – in early March, Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson told Wall Street analysts that the company plans to spend $37 billion a year through 2016 (about $100 million a day) searching for yet more oil and gas.

McKibben again (same source; my emphasis and paragraphing):

There’s not a more reckless man on the planet than Tillerson. Late last month, on the same day the Colorado fires reached their height, he told a New York audience that global warming is real, but dismissed it as an “engineering problem” that has “engineering solutions.” Such as? “Changes to weather patterns that move crop-production areas around – we’ll adapt to that.” This in a week when Kentucky farmers were reporting that corn kernels were “aborting” in record heat, threatening a spike in global food prices.

“The fear factor that people want to throw out there to say, ‘We just have to stop this,’ I do not accept,” Tillerson said. Of course not – if he did accept it, he’d have to keep his reserves in the ground. Which would cost him money. It’s not an engineering problem, in other words – it’s a greed problem.

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