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The Carbide Plant that Would Go On To Gas An Entire City Could Never Have been Built If It Weren’t For Kissinger

The Indians need,” Nixon said to Kissinger, as India hosted millions of refugees from East Pakistan, “what they need really is a—”

“They’re such bastards,” Kissinger spat.

“A mass famine. But they aren’t going to get that. We’re going to feed them—a new kind of wheat.”

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Bhopal Survivors Appeal to the World to Help End the Disaster

Press Statement

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December 3, 2014

At the rally organized of the 30th Anniversary of the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal, five organizations of survivors made an appeal to people all over the world to put pressure on responsible parties to end the disasters in their fourth decade. They asked supporters to help make Union Carbide, USA and its 100 % owner Dow Chemical acknowledge their roles in the continuing human suffering in Bhopal and make amends so that a realistic goal of ending the disaster by 2024 can be achieved.

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