ExxonMobil tells the Guardian where to stick it

exxonmobilThe Guardian has run a piece attacking ExxonMobil for its stubborn, selfish refusal to stop being an oil business.

Here’s how the oil giant responded when asked for a quote:

“ExxonMobil will not respond to Guardian inquiries because of its lack of objectivity on climate change reporting demonstrated by its campaign against companies that provide energy necessary for modern life, including newspapers.”

You listening, Shell, BP, Statoil, and all you other craven payers of Danegeld to the environmental lobby?

That’s the way to do your corporate communications: tell it like it is!


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    When the Guardian provides proof it no longer uses any form of fossil fuel to generate and distribute it’s paper they will be considered less hypocritical .
    Walk the talk Guardian ,the 50% drop in circulation over 5 years is an indication people aren’t buying your preachy condescending paper .

    Get off your soap box or get lost .

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    If I were the CEO of ExxonMobil, this would have been my reply…

    [i]”Why should I make the data available to you, when your aim is to find something wrong with it?”[/i]
    -Phil ‘I considered killing myself after the climategate email release’ Jones, CRU Fraud

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    Ho ho….there should be more robust exchanges like that.

    My comment would have been “and who died and made you king?”

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