You remember Bhopal?
Was it terrorism?
Union Carbide thought so.
At first they claimed it was a Sikh.
Then they blamed their own workers.
But they were guilty.
And Union Carbide…
…and its CEO Warren Anderson…
…were charged by the Indian Government with culpable homicide.
They chose to flee…
…and remain fugitives from justice.
In 2001 they were bought by Dow.
You remember Dow.
They sold chemicals to Saddam Hussein…
…despite warnings he might use them as chemical weapons.
Hussein was also close with this man…
…later hired as Secretary of Defense…
…by the man who ordered this.
India recently welcomed that man…
…you know, the President…
…as well as the guest he brought with him.
Andrew Liveris, the CEO of Dow.
Here he is meeting with P. Chidambaram, the Indian Finance Minister.
India is an important market for Dow.
“The Indian subcontinent has a high potential for growth,” says Andrew Liveris, Dow president and CEO. “If we are to share in that growth, we need to be more closely linked with what’s going on in the area.”
Wait a second.
Doesn’t he look like this man?
That would make sense.
Both are chemical terrorists…
…supported by the United States.
India supports the United States…
…although it refuses to extradite Warren Anderson for trial.
India also supports Dow…
…although they refuse to submit Union Carbide for trial.
India supports terrorism.
We oppose it.