The following statement published by Ernst & Young on their website and reported on the professional accounting and recruitment site Big4 has come to my attention.The following is a screen shot of the statement exactly as it appears on the Ernst & Young website. (Click on the image to enlarge the comment).
I will respond in detail in the next few days. At the moment, I am in meetings sourcing further and better particulars relating to the ongoing genocide in West Papua, which is being overtly funded and supported by the Australian taxpayer via the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Defence Force’s involvement with organizations such as Detachment 88 and Brimob.
By and large, the genocide is being perpetuated by the Javanese to cement their illegal occupation of West Papua and the theft of its resources. One of the beneficiaries of this theft is the Freeport McMoRan Mine, who’s auditors are none other than Ernst & Young. Anyone associated with Freeport is essentially complicit in the genocide of the West Papuan people.
In the meantime, here are a few comments by some other observers for readers to consider.
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