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sexta-feira, 30 de setembro de 2011
«Servio Curipoma is a farmer who lives in the Ecuadorean Amazon. He lost both of his parents and his sister to cancer after Texaco, which Chevron bought in 2001, deliberately dumped a massive amount of oil pollution near their home.
Chevron doesn’t want you to know Servio’s story – or the stories of any of the thousands of other Ecuadoreans who are suffering from the oil contamination in their Amazon home that Chevron refuses to clean up.
Can you help make sure Chevron can't silence Servio? Here’s the YouTube link to a video of an impassioned speech he gave outside of Chevron’s annual shareholder meeting, in which he vows to honor the memories of his family members by refusing to give up the fight to bring Chevron to justice. You can copy and paste the link into Facebook, Twitter, or any other website where you can share the video:
Share this video, don't let Chevron erase Servio and his family from the public record: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBFInCkFi70
Suggested text: Chevron doesn't want us to know about the people whose lives and livelihoods have been destroyed by its oil pollution in the Ecuadorean Amazon. Servio Curipoma’s mother, father, and sister died from Chevron’s oil pollution. Don’t let the oil giant erase Servio and his family from history!
Chevron has found a willing accomplice in US Federal Judge Lewis Kaplan, who issued a “worldwide injunction” to stop enforcement of the historic $18 billion judgment against Chevron handed down by an Ecuadorean court in February. The Ecuadoreans are appealing the injunction, and the trial starts tomorrow.
Judge Kaplan has continually referred to Servio and the other Ecuadoreans suing Chevron as the "so-called Ecuadorean plaintiffs" – implying that the very real and very horrifying conditions that Servio and his community are facing are somehow in question or up for debate. That’s why it’s so important that we all post this video and let everyone – including Judge Kaplan – know that the Ecuadoreans suffering from Chevron’s oil pollution are real, and they’re crying out for justice.
After poisoning his community and taking his family from him, Chevron is heaping disrespect on Servio Curipoma by trying to pretend he doesn’t exist, and that his mother, father, and sister never existed. We can’t let Chevron and Kaplan get away with it. Please share Servio’s story today.»
Text belonging to Rainforest Action Network.
terça-feira, 6 de setembro de 2011
As our world changes and grows fastly, people are able to argue that we have the 'human resources section' in so many companies and organismes, lo and behold, we're so retarded in some aspects. We haven't filled yet Humanity spectrum in all its majesty. There's a long journey to walk. But that journey should end victoriously TODAY!
As religiões são caminhos diferentes convergindo para o mesmo ponto. Que importância faz se seguimos por caminhos diferentes, desde que alcancemos o mesmo objetivo?
Há riqueza bastante no mundo para as necessidades do homem, mas não para a sua ambição.
Conheço muitas razões pelas quais eu morreria, mas não conheço nenhuma pela qual eu mataria.
Devemos expandir o círculo do nosso amor até que ele englobe o nosso bairro, se desdobre para a cidade, o estado e assim sucessivamente até o objetivo do nosso amor incluir todo o universo.
Ninguém nasce odiando outra pessoa pela cor de sua pele, por sua origem ou ainda por sua religião. Para odiar, as pessoas precisam aprender e, se podem aprender a odiar, podem ser ensinadas a amar.
O mundo é um lugar perigoso de se viver, não por causa daqueles que fazem o mal, mas sim por causa daqueles que observam e deixam o mal acontecer.