Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil eBook

Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil eBook


10 thoughts on “Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil

  1. Zachary Zachary says:

    Fascinating albeit terrible subject, very poorly presented, and surprisingly self righteous On the other hand, if I had gone through what these authors countrymen have gone through, I would be speechless.


  2. Daniel Haumschild Daniel Haumschild says:

    Informative, certainly, but relatively poorly constructed, edited, compiled It seems obvious that the authors bit offthan they could chew in 350 pages and so the book reads a bit like free jazz at times That said, one can glean a shocking view of the destructive capacities of oil extraction and refinement and the overall disgusting treatment of an entire population by both the Nigerian government and the corporate giant.


  3. Rachael MacLean Rachael MacLean says:

    This book has a definite agenda, so if you like your history to not take sides I would not choose this book That being said, I loved it and I thought it was both an incredibly well researched peice of scholarship and an amazing call to action.


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Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil [Epub] ➞ Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil By Ike Okonta – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk On February , , a naval force laid siege to Brass, the chief city of the Ijo people of Nembe in Nigeria s Niger Delta After severe fighting, the city was razed More than two thousand people perished i On February a naval Feast: Shell, ePUB ☆ force laid siege to Brass, the chief city of the Ijo people of Nembe in Nigeria s Niger Delta After severe fighting, the city was razed More than two thousand people perished in the attackA hundred years later, the world Where Vultures ePUB Ò was shocked by the murder of Ken Saro Wiwa writer, political activist, and leader of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People Again the people of Nembe were locked in a grim life and death struggle to safeguard their livelihood from two forces Vultures Feast: Shell, PDF ☆ a series of corrupt and repressive Nigerian governments and the giant multinational Royal Dutch ShellIke Okonta and Oronto Douglas present a devastating case against the world s largest oil company, demonstrating how in contrast to Shell s public profile irresponsible practices have degraded agricultural land and left a people destitute The plunder of the Niger Delta has turned full circle as crude oil has taken the place of palm oil, but the dramatis personae remain the same a powerful multinational company bent on extracting the last drop of blood from the richly endowed Niger Delta, and a courageous people determined to resist.

    Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil eBook and left a people destitute The plunder of the Niger Delta has turned full circle as crude oil has taken the place of palm oil, but the dramatis personae remain the same a powerful multinational company bent on extracting the last drop of blood from the richly endowed Niger Delta, and a courageous people determined to resist."/>
  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Where Vultures Feast: Shell, Human Rights, and Oil
  • Ike Okonta
  • English
  • 06 January 2017
  • 1859844731

About the Author: Ike Okonta

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