The two things we must tell Rex Tillerson when this American Corporate maggot comes to NZ

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One of the most corrupt and damaging Politicians from America, Rex Tillerson is coming to New Zealand…

Rex Tillerson misled Exxon Mobil investors on climate change, NY AG says

New York’s attorney general accused U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of misleading investors on the costs of climate change while Tillerson served as CEO of Exxon Mobil.

The accusation, made in a court filing Friday in New York, reflects the latest development in an investigation of the energy giant’s role in accounting for the potential costs of climate change.

Exxon documents turned over to New York investigators during the probe show the company used “secret, internal figures” that were lower than numbers publicly disclosed to investors from 2010 to 2014, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office said in the filing.

“Exxon’s documents show that former chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson was specifically informed of, and approved of, this inconsistency,” Schneiderman’s office said in the document.

…other than violent protest to meet him, New Zealand should be very clear and open about two things.

The first is no to any troop increase in Afghanistan.

None!

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At a time when we are under serious war crime questions for the death and wounding of 21 Afghan civilians, sending more forces when we still have no answers is no remedy to that.

When America is actively detonating the most powerful bombs under nuclear on Afghanistan, that’s the time to walk away in disgust that we were dragged into this failed occupation in the first place.

The second issue we need to bring to Rex’s arrival is to protest our anger at the way Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris Agreement will drown our Pacific Island whanau.

We will be living through the harshness of climate change first as our Pacific Island brothers and sisters are forced to flee their sinking islands.

In the same week as Antartica fast forwarded its meltdown, Trump pulling out of Paris can not be met with shrugs and polite disagreements.

Will these messages get through and will they be spelled out? Of course they won’t.

Our new Foreign Affairs Minister Gerry Brownlee went out and bloody well supported Israel against our own Nation’s stance against Israel’s brutal occupation. Brownlee is a National Party bigot and like all National Party Bigots, he will roll over for America.

It will left up to the people to voice our contempt and disgust.

You can do that in Wellington this Tuesday.

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  1. ” From 2010 to 2014,”
    I wonder why they have waited so long to prosecute.
    Have you noticed that he is just about the only significant Trump appointment that has not already had court action initiated against them?
    They may all be corrupt, but you would think that would have been noticed earlier, and they would all have a record.
    Much of foreign policy must have to be Republican policy, Tillerson is not the autocratic dictator of USA. He is the spokesman for Republican policy, whether he agrees that policy personally or not.
    The issues to protest are absolutely as you say, but for all you or I know he might totally agree with you himself in private.
    So I think to include or to prioritise what an evil man he is in making such protest will greatly detract from the message.
    D J S

  2. Well put Martyn. Thanks.

    Tillerson, amongst many of his dirty, corrupt corporate ilk, contributing to contaminating the planet and killing vulnerable nations, will be one of the numerous beneficiaries of Trump’s US pull out from the Paris climate change accord!

    Now watch our odious mob of Natz politicians grovel and arsehole crawl to this parasite!

    The lowest of the low, the whole damn lot of them!

  3. Something else to tell Tillerson… There may be well over a hundred million Americans who do not comprehend that Trump is both incompetent and a narcissist. This may be confusing to him and the other goons, so it may be worth the effort of explaining what a narcissist is. He should be able to work out that this doesn’t bode well for his country.

    Many experts use the criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), published by the American Psychiatric Association, to diagnose mental conditions. DSM-5 criteria for narcissistic personality disorder include these features:

    Having an exaggerated sense of self-importance
    Expecting to be recognized as superior even without achievements that warrant it
    Exaggerating your achievements and talents
    Being preoccupied with fantasies about success, power, brilliance, beauty or the perfect mate
    Believing that you are superior and can only be understood by or associate with equally special people
    Requiring constant admiration
    Having a sense of entitlement
    Expecting special favors and unquestioning compliance with your expectations
    Taking advantage of others to get what you want
    Having an inability or unwillingness to recognize the needs and feelings of others
    Being envious of others and believing others envy you
    Behaving in an arrogant or haughty manner

    Although some features of narcissistic personality disorder may seem like having confidence, it’s not the same. Narcissistic personality disorder crosses the border of healthy confidence into thinking so highly of yourself that you put yourself on a pedestal and value yourself more than you value others.

  4. Trump said he’s going to “drain the swamp”. Maybe he did. But he sure as hell re-stocked it with a whole bunch more corporate types, CEOs, Goldman Sachs, etc.

    This is the new right, neo-con establisment at work, with a fake anti-establishment facade, aka Donald Trump. Anyone taken in by Trump the Conman should get their head read.

  5. What gets me is how the MSM reporters, commentators and analysts now call him a “moderate” in the Trump Team. That is how damned bad things are now, I am about to pull my last hairs out.

  6. Isn’t Auckland already the Capital of Samoa & many other Pacific Islands?? – I thought you were all for Immigration?,
    Can’t have it both ways (but then again the left is full of double standards so that makes it o.k?).

    I thought you lot were all for pro-choice?
    The Paris climate slush fund/agreement was never ratified & even if signed would give countries like China the green light to expand its economy & it’s magical unicorn fart emissions too (making gains to fill in the gaps for other jobs lost internationally elsewhere), profiting from other countrys mistakes & virtue signalling.

    There is nothing stopping private companys from reducing emissions or adopting principles of the agreement (personal choice & responsibility n all that)

    Think about the how the Hypocritical Climate ‘Change’ SJW’s could start making savings if the Darlings like Elon Musk, Al Gore, Richard Branson or even Leonardo Decrapio stopped jetting around the world preaching to others in their private gulf streams etc (don’t forget Decrapio sending back his jet to personally pick up his personal eyebrow plucker) – these are the people you should be protesting about,
    Its a shame that NZ universities shut down dissenting opions here too just like the US, they are intollernt of others opions by shutting down & censoring international speakers such as Lord Monkton incase the Sleeple actually learn something about Climate Change Fraudm industry ,Since When was the Climate ever Static???.

  7. The money-driven corporate model requires all resources to be exploited until they are depleted to the point of exhaustion, and requires the global environment to be degraded until it no longer supports life-as-we-know-it.

    Rex Tilerson lives in a state of permanent denial of reality and epitomizes everything that is wrong with the way industrialised nations operate.

    Sadly, most New Zealanders support looting and polluting of the Earth, and would rather destroy their children’s futures than become informed about anything of significance or change their lifestyles.

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