Gore's New British East India Company: Privatized World Empire Decides Who Lives, Who Or Dies

24 de may de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>Gore's New British East India Company: Privatized World Empire Decides Who Lives, Or Dies</h1><p>(LPAC) May 23--Al Gore and David Blood, Co-Chairmen of the London-based hedge fund, Generation Investment Management, gave their view of who should rule the world, in an interview in The McKinsey Quarterly (May, 2007). The "Blood and Gore" team lived up to their names, demanding a privatized world empire to impose genocide.</p><p>"The context of business is clearly changing," Blood said, in answer to a question of what "principles govern the approach" of Blood and Gore to business. "We are now confronting the limits of our ecological system, and at the same time societal expectations are widening. On top of that, multinational businesses are oftentimes better positioned than governments to deal with some of the most complicated global challenges, such as climate change, HIV/AIDS, water scarcity, and poverty."</p><p>Recall that, ending development in the third world, and, to name but a few genocidal policies which he wants to place under the power of "multinational businesses."</p><p>Gore singled out the slave-labor outfit Wal-Mart for praise, for their "commitment to 'green' their supply chain."</p><p>The Blood and Gore hedge fund's main business is carbon "management" and trading, referring to schemes based on coercing governments to impose caps on CO2 and other so-called greenhouse gas emissions from industry and agriculture, and then creating a speculative market in emissions allowances, undermining industrialization and technological advance. Gore was asked how he balances his "value" of "sustainability investments" and the profit motive for his hedge fund. He was unequivocal: "Our objective in innovation with this new model was to focus on the best return for our clients, full stop."</p></div></body>