DuPont Awards Itself A Trophy for Environmental Commitment?!
A National Safety Council Public Relations Stunt Driven by the Fraud-Mongering Maker of Imprelis!
Good Afternoon, Bonjour, Guten Tag,
Readers, Ms. Ellen Kullman is out with a fluff-filled PRESS RELEASE, Sept. 30, 2013, cheering DuPont and herself for getting a trophy for "safety and environmental" commitment and improvements. Trouble is DuPont is a major bankroller of the National Safety Council. So bottom-line, this trophy is essentially self-awarded, and little more than a PR stunt by DuPont's self-promoting executives.
"Environmental" commitment? Imprelis, Tell Us!
The "2013 Robert W. Campbell Award to DuPont, recognises the Company's commitment to the environment, health and safety..." What?
Picture this: The Empress of Imprelis and her inept TEAM over the past 36 months have commanded and presided over the most costly new product failure and ensuing environmental disaster, yes "environmental", in 21st century corporate America! DuPont Imprelis, falsely, if not fraudulently marketed as an "environmentally friendly" dandelion lawn treatment has killed and damaged hundreds of thousands of
mature landscaping trees clear across the country. It's extraordinarily toxic stuff and was released to the environment callously by DuPont's unethical executives. And DuPont gets an "environmental" and "safety" trophy after this multi-$billion Imprelis fiasco!
National Safety Council hacks cannot see the dead trees for the forest of PR tricks coming out of Fortress Wilmington. The Council has surely lost a tonne of credibility on this stupid move.
Merely the afternoon comments and opinion of one individual retail investor and long-time student of the
ethically-crippled DuPont Company and its captive NGOs...funfun..