INC the BEAST (BP) and its cost effective analysis of destruction

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2010
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and AntiCorruptionSociety acknowledged


This interview about the dispersant Corexit explains perfectly why the corporate business model MUST GO! It has its ‘human resources’ making decisions to poison the planet because it is less costly than paying damages.

From Dr. Mike Castle, Certified Environmental Risk Auditor:

“This material, CorExit 9500 and modifications are all extremely toxic to humans, wildlife, mammals, birds, fish, and amphibians, all marine foliage and fauna, plant life and all microbial life forms of the aqueous and land environments. The impacts are at a level of 11  X worse than the devastation of just the chemical toxicity of crude oil, alone.”

Dr Castle’s Overview Assessment of Dispersant CorExit 9500

From INC the BEAST:

This non-living entity categorizes virtually everything (all living and non living matter) as a potential resource (an asset) or a liability. Because it is a non-living entity without cognition it cannot perceive things any other way.

The BEAST does not (cannot) recognize living entities, mountains, rivers [marshes] or meadows as having any intrinsic value because it is a non-living (dead) paper construct. The BEAST is not even a computer or a machine, like HAL in 2001 A Space Odyssey, that can be unplugged.

As living beings with cognitive abilities we can comprehend the destructive nature of the parasitic BEAST and take on the responsibility of slaying it using the two weapons we already have:

  • Expose the BEAST to all, especially those ‘human resources’ now employed by it (including its ‘managment perception team’ aka public relations people). They need to recognize that they are no more than assets on a ledger as the BEAST cannot relate to them any other way
  • Decommission the BEAST by revoking its corporate charter



The Corporation – film clips

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