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Royal Dutch Shell

Updated on May 20, 2016

Unscrupulous and Unethical Fraud

Ben van Beurden, CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, is so full of apologies, while also paying himself $30 million a year. Let's not overlook the outrageous bonuses throughout the year, either. And then we see ambiguous, go-nowhere judgemental claims like "corporations frequently commit crimes that any average person would be imprisoned for" by other criminals like Alan Greenspan. Follow the trail of so-called "mistakes," especially since 2004. Something weird has been going on with Shell.

May 2016 another deep sea pipeline oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The last time this same thing happened was in April 2010. What is the agenda here? There must be one, and if we see this happen again in 2022, then we will see some weird six-year trail.

Who knows what sense to make of this?

Coverage of the most recent "oops!" in the Gulf of Mexico:

Shell and BP competition or what?

Tony Hayward ("We're sorry!") and that BP oil spill eight years ago, who does not recall that shady mess? Now I am wondering if Beurden and Hayward have some childish ploy going on? Or evil mission that has been dismissed as a series of mistakes?

More importantly, with all this dangerous political nonsense throughout the world and this "in your face" Satanist effort happening globally, who truly knows anymore? It's concerning more than ever, now, since Shell has the deepest line going into the Earth.

The Earth is not here for us to dangerously fool with. Nature is not a disposable thing for us; instead, we are a part of Nature.


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    • B David Ferrel profile imageAUTHOR

      B David Ferrel 

      2 years ago from Sacramento, California

      Wow. Yours is much more thorough. There is something deeply evil going on, and it is in the name of Zionism. David Rockefeller and his family's incestuous role in the Rothschild Dynasty is absolutely behind all this shadiness.

    • jman00001 profile image


      2 years ago from Texas

      Interesting information... I wrote an oil company hub on similar subject.


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