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May 2013

Ode To The Chief

By: 
Indícadublin

Song written about the Rossport Solidarity Camp & the Shell to Sea campaigns.

Posted Date: 
6 May 2013

Shell Corrib Corruption & Community Complaints

By: 
JM - RoyalDutchShellPLC.com

Screen Shot 2013-05-03 at 14.17.32That these events go almost universally unreported by the Irish media is a great hindrance to that justice being secured, but your website’s ongoing work in exposing the wrongdoing of Shell and it’s agents worldwide is a vitally important one. Rest assured, the most recent events on the subject of the Corrib Gas project are being closely watched – and acted upon – by many people on the west coast of Ireland and beyond, and together we can expose the corruption that far too many are trying their best to ignore.

 

Corrib Corruption & Community Complaints

By JM (long-time Shell watcher)

Your recent posting on the Corrib controversy concludes with a point about Irish citizens apparently not raising a fuss over the whole situation, and the latest allegations/revelations in particular.

Living with the ongoing project, many in the local community have had cause to report a multitude of matters to various bodies and State agencies during the course of the last dozen years or so. There are two recurring themes in all such cases: (1) an abuse of process/standards by Shell and/or it’s agents, and (2) a total lack of action/accountability for Shell and/or the agents supposedly “responsible” for the abuse.

Posted Date: 
4 May 2013

Shell sponsored corruption of the Irish police

By: 
John Donovan - RoyalDutchShellPLC.com

Under the circumstances, I wondered if a pilot scheme was underway in Ireland already, with Shell sponsoring the Garda? Was some foolish government official or department conned into believing that Royal Dutch Shell is reputable? If so, I would have thought the sponsorship should flow into state coffers, rather than down the throats of apparently very thirsty police officers.

Posted Date: 
2 May 2013

OSSL v. Royal Dutch Shell

By: 
John Donovan - RoyalDutchShellPLC.com

Acting on Shell’s instructions, OSSL has distributed gifts (bribes) on Shell’s behalf to parties connected with the controversial Corrib Gas Project. This includes the Irish police force (the Garda) who have been the subject of serious accusations of wrong doing by environmental activists protesting against the project. If this statement of fact, or any of the allegations we have published on this matter since September 2012 are untrue, why have no defamation proceedings been issued against OSSL, or against us?

Posted Date: 
2 May 2013