DuPont Exec V. P., James C. Bore-Well, Showcases Company Hypocrisy On Food Shortages & Global Hunger
Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag,
Readers, the official digital propaganda rag of DuPont Management is out yesterday morning with a showcase piece featuring DuPont DuPlicity: "DuPont Leader Encourages Cross-Country Collaboration To Address One of the Greatest Problems of the 21st Century, Food", May 10, 2012.
Seems James Bore-Well, DuPont's Exec. V. P. and lightly educated overseer of DuPont AG is urging industry leaders and students at Johns Hopkins to face the daunting issues of world hunger.
During his keynote, Bore-Well invited current and future leaders to join him in asking some tough questions, including: “How is your expertise helping to ensure people everywhere have food to eat? ..."
Certainly a pressing question for Mr. Bore-Well should be:
If you and DuPont are so publicly concerned about world hunger, why is DuPont and its equally disreputable partner, oil giant BP, operating a huge new bio-fuel plant in Hull, England, which is designed to gobble up a whopping 7% of the wheat crop of the U.K., or over 1 million tonnes of wheat every year? Are starving children supposed to drink your costly, uneconomical butanol motor fuel instead of eating a crust of bread for nutrition?
Merely the pointed query and morning column of one individual investor and long-time student of the DuPlicitous DuPont...funfun..