Activist Ashley Anderson Makes a Mockery of Kennecott/Rio Tinto’s Disingenuous Efforts on Fossil Fools Day

(EnviroNews Utah) – In this effective piece of satire-filled activism, we see Ashley Anderson, co-Founder of the up and coming activist organization Peaceful Uprising, costumed-out as a Kennecott executive who tells to the energetic crowd a “sad story” of how Kennecott has given up a billion dollars in profit this year, and only brought in 8 billion instead of 9!

“No other company in this valley is doing more to talk about maybe possibly doing something than Kennecott and Rio Tinto, and one day we promise that we will do something about talking about doing something about reducing the smog in this valley….”

Activist Ashley Anderson Makes a Mockery of Kennecott/Rio Tinto’s Disingenuous Efforts on Fossil Fools Day

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  1. Jackie GreenThumb
    April 30, 2013 at 9:09 pm #

    Rio Tinto might just be one of the evilist corporations on the planet. I understand they are being sued for the murder of tribesmen in Papa New Guinea and also they mine for Uranium which isn’t too cool.

    The queen of England herself is said to be the controller in Rio Tinto Uranium:

    “…..We also have Queen Elizabeth, who is subtly pressuring the world to adapt to the false environmental crisis. Interestingly, what is not made public is Queen Elizabeth’s $6 billion interest in her Rio Tinto uranium mines.
    The Queen is also complicit in the use of ‘depleted uranium’ through her connections with the Bush family, Cheney and Halliburton. The use of depleted uranium has been called “The Worst Environmental Disaster in the World” and was unleashed on an unknowing public in the First Gulf War, by George H. W. Bush and supported by England’s Queen Elizabeth. With a half shelf life of 4 billion years, both the U.S. and U.K. military have contaminated the entire earth with this heinous material…..”

    From a site called Nature Cons

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