Exxon oil corporation angers Australian bushfire survivors


This 2 January 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Exxon‘s CLUELESS New Year’s Tweet

Get off social media, ExxonMobil. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down.

ExxonMobil sent out a heartwarming tweet yesterday, wishing the good people of Australia a “safe” and “fun” New Year. Well, maybe heartwarming isn’t the right word. Perhaps “idiotic” is more appropriate, given the fact that large parts of Australia are currently on fire thanks in part to ExxonMobil’s history of climate change denial.”

Read more here.

TOURISTS ORDERED TO LEAVE AUSTRALIAN COAST Tourists in Australia’s New South Wales are being ordered to evacuate the state’s South Coast region before this weekend as the country battles more than 200 wildfires that have killed at least 17 people. Heavy winds mixed with dry temperatures are expected to create an “extreme fire danger” for NSW’s South Coast by Saturday. Meanwhile, Exxon Mobil Australia faced international backlash for the tone-deaf tweet: “Stay safe and have fun this new year”, with people pointing out how the oil giant has contributed to the climate crisis exacerbating the deadly wildfires. [HuffPost]

Governments are paving the way for our extinction, campaigners say as Australia burns and Indonesia sinks: here.

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