Black People : BP useing Chain Gang Labor for cleanup

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I just heard on Wakeup Call www.wbai.org that defacto slavery is going on in Louisiana, by the Brits and the toxicity of what these incarcerated Africans are enduring, smacks of a 21 century Tuskeegee 626

    Published on Monday, May 10, 2010 by OtherWords
    Crime Pays for BP
    by Daphne Wysham

    It turns out crime pays. Big time. BP, the oil company responsible for what may become the largest oil spill of all time in the United States has been breaking the law, again and again. And each time, the company formerly known as British Petroleum has learned its lesson: Keep breaking the law. Corporations can get away with murder and environmental devastation, and make billions doing it.

    For example, last year BP paid the largest penalty in the history of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration for willful negligence that led to the death of 15 workers and the injury of 170 others in a March 2005 refinery explosion in Texas City. The fine amounted to $87.43 million.

    That may sound like a lot, but BP made $163 billion in profits between 2001 and 2009, and another $5.6 billion in the first three months of 2010. Along the way, it paid fines for violating the law that totaled roughly $530 million, or one-third of 1 percent of the company's profits over the same time period.

    Those financial penalties
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  2. HyperKill

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    Slavery never ended as it was simply re written with a few token negroids elevated to high positions knowing full well that they would accuse everybody of having a slave mentality who didn't get an affirm action slip to get paid. Reconstruction, Jim Crow, now the crack laws are just returnin bros back to plantations. Or in this cases, the Beach
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    understandably so but what is your opinion of putting Blacks incarcerated in cheemical experiments exposing them to several neurotoxins as well as methane?

    And in rerms o the crack laws, why are not Black leaders speaking out about powder cocaine and heroin as well?
     
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    I agree with Hyperkill
     
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