Toxic Contamination, Poisonings, Cover-Ups & Lying Reprises Old Moniker From World War I Days!
Good Morning, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Buon Giorno,
Readers, one of the more provocative queries arising in the course of The Grid interview, March 13, 2013, with the clumsy Ap-Paul-ling Schickler, DuPont Pioneer Subaltern, was this:
"DuPont has been a part of America for so long, it seems sad that it’s trying to poison us now?."
They recently did a fine job of poisoning hundreds of thousands of evergreens turning them into ever-browns across the nation with their falsely, if not fraudulently marketed "eco-SAFE" dandelion lawn herbicide, Imprelis. There are currently tens of thousands of litigation claims, which will ultimately be settled, we believe for over $1 billion or MORE.
We won't even mention the callous and covert contamination of the bodies and blood of 100,000 women, men, and children through polluted drinking water supplies in the Mid-Ohio Valley by DuPont's extraordinarily toxic, cancer-causing Teflon chemical C8 or PFOA!
Unfortunately for DD shareholders, the long history of DuPont Management misconduct and mendacity gives no comfort to consumers and the public worried about the long term health effects of DuPont's insidious chemicals and materials, not to mention food from their engineered seeds. That's a fact of the global marketplace.
Merely the morning commentary of one individual investor and long-time student of the DuPlicitous DuPont...funfun..
Readers, why should anyone trust the mouthing of DuPont's mendacious Management when it comes to DuPont AG & NUT products?
Recall in the spring of 2011 how hundreds of thousands of mature landscaping trees all across the country turned an ugly brown and quickly began dying immediately after their roots absorbed migrating, insidiously toxic DuPont Imprelis, touted as a "very environmentally friendly" dandelion killer. The response of sleazy DuPont bosses in DuPont AG and DuPont UnProfessional Products was to attack their own DuPont customers in publicised PR communications! Yes, they blamed professional lawncare operators of "misuse" and "misapplication", and even the weather.
The credibility of this corrupt conglomerate and its dishonest "leaders" has been shot to hell.
It seems like there may be a slight correlation between your postings and the stock rising. With that slight possibility, please keep posting your repetitive garbage and get the stock over $50. Thank you.