Four revealing pictures showing what Repsol is all about
In order to get support for their forced stealing of oil Repsol has used Norway as a means of justification of stealing oil. To portray themselves as a responsible and honorable company, hoping of course people forget about all their involvements with war business, ranging from the Bush Iraq Wars, to aid of Israel, Repsol put this ad into various media outlets
Today, after getting all their oil, Norwegians can no longer afford not living with cockroaches, rats, and heroin syringes!
Here are three pictures, all taken on 2 November 2014, at the central place where the Norwegians meet for their social togetherness. The Norwegians can no longer afford not living with cockroaches, rats, and disorder. Is this the legacy of the benefits of oil?
In what light does it bring Repsol when we discover it surrounds itself with such poverty, filth, misery, and despair?
And will this now be exported to the other places of the world? Here is a recent comment about Repsol in Wikipedia:
In 2011 Repsol built the world’s first service station certified by BREEAM, “the leading international method for evaluating and certifying building sustainability”. The construction of the station was completed under green architecture parameters, utilizing multiple recycled materials. The publication Newsweek selected Repsol as the most environmentally respectful energy company of 2012. However, recent reports of Repsol drilling in the indigenous lands of the Peruvian Amazon display a disregard for the environment. According to an Environmental Impact Assessment, Repsol’s exploration of the rainforest will involve drilling at least 21 wells. Although Repsol denies it, 20 of the 21 wells fall within the land of indigenous people, who are very vulnerable to any sort of contact with foreigners.
How can Repsol explain all this crazy stuff which surrounds them? Can we afford being rich?