Shell - We Are All Winners (except the Niger Delta). The people singing are actual Shell employees at a corporate "moral boosting event" (somehow a recording ended up on the internet). The footage is from Shell operations in the Niger Delta.
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This video uses footage from various sources. Please follow to links to learn more:
- Friends of the Earth Nigeria@ http://eraction.org/
- Amnesty International @ http://www.protectthehuman.com/shell
- Greenpeace International @ http://greenpeace.org
- Friends of the Earth Netherlands @ http://worsethanbad.org
Note: obviously this video is not endorsed by Shell. However, it’s assumed Shell stands behind its own
message and thus has no problems with the song being used to illustrate images of their work in the Niger Delta.
On October 1st, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum (Shell), a human rights case accusing Shell of conspiring with the Nigerian military to violently suppress a peaceful movement opposed to Shell's oil activities in the Niger Delta. The allegations include acts of rape, torture, murder, and crimes against humanity.
If the Supreme Court sides with Shell,
"This is how Shell Oil celebrates Talk-Like-A-Pirate Day #TLAPD #HumanRights #ShameOnShell"
Film by Brad Weikel for EarthRights International.
Music by houseofsouldc.