Björk To Ross Beaty: You Totally Miss My Point

Published July 20, 2010

dear ross
noticed your message for me
you offering me shares in hs orka shows that you totally miss my point
i feel this company should not be privatized , it should be given back to the people .
therefore i am not interested in shares .
but if i would get the same deal as you , a 70% bulletloan from icelanders to buy usage of their own resources , i might reconsider , who wouldn´t ?
you didn’t really put your money where your mouth is , did you ?
good bye
björk
P.s. I also saw in financial times when you asked me , personally  , to pop over to your office and you would  lower how long magma´s usage of our resources is going to be . This  only reveals how willing you are to cut deals outside law and order
www.orkuaudlindir.is
This is the link to Björk’s petition, click through to sign it.

More on that rotten Magma deal, in chronological order:
Blame Canada
(Our feature from October, about geothermal energy, Swedish shelf companies and the privatisation of Iceland)
Magma Energy Lied To Us
(An article from author of the above feature, Catharine Fulton, wherein she exposes several some severe cases of “half-truths” from the Magma camp.)
Björk on Magma Energy
(Björk’s first statement on the matter)
Björk Speaks Up On Magma Energy Again
(Björk’s statement from last week, in which she asks several questions regarding the Magma deal.)
Ross Beaty’s Got A Proposal For Björk
(Wherein Magma CEO Ross Beaty offers to sell Björk shares in HS Orka.) 


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