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Tom Engelhard: The United States Is a Force for Chaos Across the Planet

The United States Is a Force for Chaos Across the Planet
Sunday, May 27, 2018 By Mark Karlin, Truthout | Interview  font sizePrint 
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Chevron dumped billions of gallons of deadly chemicals

After oil giant Chevron dumped billions of deadly chemicals in the Amazon, Indigenous families in Ecuador were devastated by cancer and death. But a vote in days could bring justice and hold companies to account for their crimes -- if we persuade just one more big investor to vote for an end to the Amazon's Chernobyl. We've got 48 hours --Sign now! 
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Oil giant Chevron dumped billions of gallons of deadly chemicals in the Ecuadorian Amazon, leaving behind rivers full of toxic waste, decimating wildlife and spreading cancer and death in indigenous communities.

They've never cleaned it up! But Chevron's impunity could finally end if we persuade just one man to do the right thing.

Chevron's top stockholder is a US retirement fund whose chair has challenged corporate abuse before, and his customers are part of this community! If we flood him with support in the next 48 hours he could tip a historic vote -- at Chevron's shareholder meeting in d…

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