Delaware Newspaper Is a PR Puppet for DuPont Management
Mawkish Media Report on DuPont Pesticides in India...Violins, Please...
Good Afternoon, Bonsoir, Guten Abend,
Readers, picking up the local NEWS JOURNAL, Wilmington, Delaware, this morning, we were not surprised at yet another cotton candy feature article glorifying the DuPont Company and its PR-obsessed bosses. Headlining today is Rik L. Miller, President of DuPont Crop Protection. Rik has been jetting over to India and visiting devastatingly poor farmers in rural India with a couple of acres of tomatoes or peppers. Rik claims DuPont is turning their lives around with, of course, DuPont pesticides. In particular, Rik trumpets his RYNAXPYR, a stupidly named product which defies pronunciation, spelling, and memory.
“I’m hearing from a number of people that they’re putting rugs in their homes for the first time and making improvements. Picture that,” gushes Rik.
Classic DuPont DuPlicity from a Management, who with their partner oil giant BP is burning through 1.1 million tonnes of wheat yearly to manufacture costly bio-fuel at their huge Hull, England factory. How's that feeding the poor of the world? Putting bread into the fuel tanks of SUVs and lorries. "Picture that."
A maudlin Miller cries about his "scientists" as "HEROES of Chemistry". Maybe Mr. Miller and the HEROES in his DuPont Crop Protection unit should travel and visit some of the yards of homeowners, and golf courses, and school playgrounds where DuPont AG's vast consumer FRAUD, Imprelis, has killed and browned and twisted hundreds of thousands of mature trees, some 75 years old, and 75 feet tall. Try to counterfeit some corporate compassion for the victims of Imprelis, will ya?
Merely the afternoon column of one individual investor, AVD shareholder, and long-time student of the faking and feigning DuPont conglomerate...funfun..