Margaret Mead once said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, organized citizens can change the world; indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.”
You proved that right last week when you successfully pressed luxury jeweler Harry Winston to stop buying gems from Myanmar. This week, let’s stay focused on the oil companies Chevron, TotalEnergies, and POSCO. Together, we can stop the funding to MOGE.
Recently leaked documents published by Justice for Myanmar provide conclusive evidence that Senior General Min Aung Hlaing is personally concerned that Myanmar’s oil and gas revenues (MOGE) keep flowing to the junta.
The Myanmar military receives about half of its funding from oil and gas revenues. Cutting this flow of blood money from the oil companies Chevron, Total, and Posco is crucial to ending the army’s reign of terror. This is also fundamental to what No Business with Genocide strives to do.
Please follow up by posting protest messages on the social media of Chevron and Total. Here’s a sample protest message for you to adapt and post.
I will boycott you until you stop the flow of money from the Yadana Project in Myanmar to the Burmese military junta.
Like their Facebook pages and post protest messages
- Follow Chevron on LinkedIn and send its employees protest messages through connection requests
- Post on their Instagram pages
- Call out Chevron on Twitter @Chevron
- Call out Total on Twitter @Total
Let’s make a point of posting on the social media of Chevron and TotalEnergies every day until they stop funding the Myanmar military.
Learn more about your work and how it stopped Harry Winston from sourcing gems from Burma here.