The truth behind oil is the fact that we accept it as a given resource, no questions asked. We have an urge to use the product excessively. We do not have the strength to say no to oil as it controls the world. The government cannot restrict oil companies as they are corrupted by them. People see terrorism as today's threat but what about oil? If terrorists had spilled oil on the gulf of Mexico on such an environmental damaging scale as BP had done, legal actions would be taken. We ask you to say NO to oil and all of the corruption it brings to the world.
Kenya is one of the most oil rich countries in the world yet one of the poorest nations in the world. Corrupt leaders ravish the land of its oil causing devastating affects to the land and habitat bringing health issues, wildlife issues and waste issues. Shell promises to roll out medical centres throughout Kenya as they suck dry the land of oil yet they start these projects that are never finished. Kenyans are stranded between corruption and powerful oil companies destroying their land.
The BP oil spill was one of the worst environmental devastations of this decade and the past century, affecting a massive section of the gulf of Mexico, leaving hundreds of thousands of animals helpless against the life threatening oil. Yet BP sit and shrug their shoulders as if it is not their fault and say it was an unfortunate accident.
So what’s next? We will run out of oil someday… and let’s just hope we’re prepared.