14 thoughts on “Shell admits funding violence in Nigeria

  1. By US law corporations are regarded as having the same fundemental rights as a citizen, which means because of a corporations ability to afford really good lawyers the corportation actually has supranatural rights of citizenship and is entitled to the protections of the constitution of the United States. The probelm here is that “We the people” having gone out into the world have failed to honor other people’s rights to “Life, lIberty, and the pursuit of happiness”. This is just shameful.

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