BP Oil Company Boss: Daughter’s Friends on Anti-Depressants Because of ‘Climate Change’
Guest essay by Eric Worrall
Americans popping pills to try to cope with the emotional damage inflicted by our broken, climate propaganda laden education system.
BP boss reveals some of his daughter’s friends in California are taking antidepressants because they are so worried about climate change
- Bob Dudley, 64, said he hated seeing ‘young people so unhappy, so anxious’
- He revealed his daughter asked him how he could work for a fossil fuel company
- BP produces the equivalent of 3.7 million barrels of oil a day, and is directly and indirectly responsible for up to 491 million tonnes of carbon emissions a year
PUBLISHED: 05:10 AEDT, 30 December 2019 | UPDATED: 08:53 AEDT, 30 December 2019
He said: ‘I wish the young people today would get more involved in energy — actually getting involved, whether it’s renewables or not.
‘Because it’s the easiest job to throw rocks. It is just such fun. But you have to have some responsibility for these things and that’s not what everybody’s doing.’
Mr Dudley added that he hated seeing young people so anxious, and that his daughter told him people around her are on antidepressants.
Please, if you are on medication, consult your doctor before making any changes to your regime. Whatever your concerns about your current medication, the effects of uncontrolled withdrawal could be worse.
Having said that, there is substantial evidence of a link between anti-depressants, suicide, violence and homicide.