You may remember a few years ago, when Chiquita announced they were boycotting Canadian oil "for moral reasons."
Besides the questionable "morality" of siding with OPEC conflict oil countries, the boycott was a lie and a p.r. stunt:
You can't really choose which gas goes into your trucks.
Chiquita has a long and sordid history in South America.
They're where we got the phrase "banana republic."
The company was notoriously violent to their workers, and in league with corrupt dictatorships.
You might think that's all in the past, but it isn't.
Chiquita has been caught "aiding and abetting" paramilitary groups in Columbia, and they don't want you to know about it.
Is it time to consider another boycott?
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