What we know so far…   1 comment

It has been about a month since this battle against Aguatero Industries really heated up.  For those of us now joining us, I wanted to take an opportunity to explain exactly what we’re up against.

I’m Connor Arter.  I’m a young graphic designer concerned about the environment and our water resources.  Unfortunately, Aguatero Industries controls the urban water supply in my town.  Rates have increased exponentially recently, and the treatment of Aguatero’s customers is less then cordial when a concern is raised.

While Aguatero Industries likes to lead its consumers to believe its operations are “green,” Aguatero wastes a lot of fossil fuels and energy by producing millions of bottles of water each day and shipping them across the country.

BP’s continuing environmental disaster has had an effect on our focus for a little while, especially as Aguatero grows concerned that federal investigators may test Aguatero’s water supply in Louisiana and Florida for potential contaminants from the oil spill.

My research yielded fruitful results when we found a damaged article detailing the mysterious death of Aguatero’s former president of environmental and community affairs.  We now know that there may be more substance behind this “accident.”

Justin McFly, one of my friends from college and the IT director at Aguatero Industries joined our fight and helped us make a connection into Aguatero’s computer systems by programming a bug in their job application software.  His activities were detected by one of Aguatero’s cronies, and their team members nearly voted to “terminate” McFly, much like Jamie Anderson, the former president of environmental and community affairs.  Luckily, several of our alert supporters notified us, and we managed to get Justin and his family to safety before anything awful happened.

Now, Justin has provided five operatives with information which will reveal some of Aguatero’s secrets so we can finally allow us the ability to do something about it.  The operatives are working now to put the pieces together to find out what is really happening at Aguatero Industries.

The president and CEO of Aguatero Industries, Lucinda Rodriguez, has continued to threaten and intimidate our group.  During the presentation of the findings of Project Truth, Lucinda Rodriguez made an appearance and Connor Arter disappeared.  For a log of what exactly happened at the presentation, go here.

Join our fight by clicking “join” in the upper right-hand corner.  We need everyone to show that this is our water and our planet.  Then gain undetectable access to Aguatero’s systems here.  We still need fighters, and it’s never to late to join.


Posted June 8, 2010 by Connor Arter

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  1. As the oil spill in the Gulf grows larger and more deadly, decimating all that it touches, BP continues to turn down assistance from Americans who just want to help clean up the mess. (…I hear they even turned down Director James Cameron and actor Kevin Costner…)

    First let’s get one thing perfectly straight: If you want to go and help clean up the oil spill, don’t let some corporate Big-Whigs “handle” you into believing that you’d be more of a liability, than an asset. I applaud you for recognizing that we all depend on our oceans for our very survival. It is this water that sustains every living thing on our planet, and it is also this water that we must protect in order to save ourselves from extinction.

    BP has downplayed the problem in the Gulf from the beginning as a means of corporate damage control. I don’t think they’ve yet recognized the severity of the problem. As I’ve written in past blog posts; the pipe needs to be capped and the relief well needs to be drilled. It’s not an exact science by any means, and if BP doesn’t get it right the first time, they’ll have to do it over, and over, and over again, until they do. How many months (or years) will that take? How much damage will have been done to our environment by then? We’ve already seen what 51 days of oil can do to the Gulf of Mexico… What would happen if the oil was left, unabated, for several months, or years? It’s a frightening example of corporate greed gone awry and it’s criminal, pure and simple.

    Corporations should never be allowed the opportunity to risk the lives of everyone on the planet just to make a profit for a few shareholders. (What good is money, after all, if you don’t have air to breathe, water to drink, or food to eat without fear of contamination?)

    BREAKING NEWS: I’ve just heard that those enormous plumes floating just under the surface of the water have been certified by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (N.O.A.A.) as crude oil.

    (Are we just casual witnesses to our own demise? I wonder…)

    The Destructionist

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