Thursday, July 29, 2010

Sandra Bullock Disowns BP-Backed Greenwashing Campaign
~Unbeknownst to Bullock, America’s Wetland Foundation is a front group established by Shell Oil in 2002 and funded by the American Petroleum Institute, BP, and a host of other oil companies. Women of the Storm was established after Hurricane Katrina by Anne Milling, the wife of America’s Wetland chairman R. King Milling, who is part of Gov. Bobby Jindal’s (R-LA) team to lift the offshore drilling moratorium. This greenwashing campaign, first uncovered by’s Brendan Demelle, subtly includes mentions of “safe domestic energy” and oil industry factoids, while implying that American taxpayers, not the unmentioned oil industry, should pay for restoring the region BP poisoned.
But Damn! Doesn’t Sandra Bullock look amazing? You’d think that having her husband screw around with her on a neo-Nazi, forehead-tattooed whore somehow agrees with her. This is Sandra Bullock June 5th in Culver City, at the Spike TV Guys Choice Awards, where she was awarded the “Troops Choice” award, which the men in the armed services voted on for their favorite entertainer/actress.
Sandra wore leather, and was presented her award by Robert Downey Jr.
Well done!
~This from the Times-Picayune
~waltwil~ July 29, 2010 at 1:25PM
Look at their sponsor list and tell me they are not a front for the oil industry.
This is an plot by the oil industry to stick it once again to the small people by making them pay for the total cost of restoring the wetlands the oil industry destroyed. Once Sandra Bullock does a little more research she will see how she was used by the oil industry. King Milling is probably just trying to protect the oil revenues his bank gets for all of the land they own that is now under water. But go ahead and if you donate money to AW you can help finance the America's Wetland yacht which Val Marmillion tools around in destroying more of the coast. Wake up New Orleans, these people are killing us.
~ skooks I don't why so many people need to keep being told that "Women of the Storm" is an Uptown ladies' lunch club and an oil industry front.
~And this from Sam Stein.

The Big Uneasy, coming to New Orleans
~New Orleans Film Society

Gov. Haley Babar asks AG to hold off on suit against BP

Surface of Gulf of Mexico looks better, but millions of gallons of oil remain below~Bob Marshall

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