Quotes From & Comments On Oneida Seven Generations Corporation’s Narrative

Quotes from and comments on Oneida Seven Generations Corporation’s Narrative Report as of March 31, 2013:

In February 2013 the OSGC Board decided not to proceed with the plastics to oil business that was to be located in the former Tower Foods building.

So far OSGC has given a few dates as to when that decision was supposedly made (January, February & March 2013).

The question remains: If OSGC determined by February 2013 that the Oneida Business Park/Water Circle Place/Tower Foods/wetlands area was not an appropriate location for a plastics incinerator, how could the Oneida Land Commission on February 13, 2013 have come to the opposite conclusion that the area should be rezoned into an ‘industrial’ area and that OSGC should be granted a Conditional Use Permit to build a plastics incinerator?

Could it have anything to do with OSGC CEO Kevin Cornelius’ mother, Amelia Cornelius, being Chairperson of the Land Commission? (That familial audit information – required by OSGC’s ‘Corporate Report Model’ – should be made clear in OSGC’s latest ‘Disclosure Report,’ though previous reports omitted this fact and it is unclear if the Oneida Business Committee will allow General Tribal Council members to view the latest version despite the fact that GTC is OSGC’s shareholder.)

When will the Oneida Land Commission acknowledge and apologize for their error and rescind the rezoning and CUP now that the General Tribal Council has made it abundantly clear that they don’t want OSGC to build any kind of incinerator anywhere on the Oneida Reservation?

Energy Project: At this time, OSGC is not aware of any similar projects being implemented. The potential exists for other entities to replicate the project.

OSGC has admitted that their incineration projects will emit dioxin in grim contrast to OBC Resolution 11-08-00-B, Dioxin and Persistent Organic Pollutants, which makes it clear that OSGC hopes to profit from peddling a means of genocide to native people whose tribal governments OSGC wants to target.

If the General Tribal Council of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin doesn’t want incinerators built on their reservation, why should they allow their money to be wasted trying to hawk that dangerously experimental technology to others?

Our current goal for the energy project is to complete the court process and get our city permit back. We will then move forward with this plant.

Not only is it highly unlikely that OSGC will reacquire a permit from the City of Green Bay, OSGC is now prohibited from building any type of incinerator in the Town of Oneida or on the Oneida Reservation. The people have spoken.

OSGC reached a formal agreement with a former tenant to collect back rent. The former tenant failed to comply with the agreement and we are seeking a judgment to make the former tenant comply with the agreement.

Wouldn’t it be shockingly interesting to find out that Oneida Seven Generations Corporation and/or its affiliates were themselves deadbeat companies in multiple years of arrears to the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin? And wouldn’t that be stunningly hypocritical on their part? Who would make OSGC comply with their agreements?

OSGC has made it clear: They intend to keep using Oneida Tribal funds to try to expose native people to dioxin-emitting incinerators while they pretentiously act as if they’re a successful company when in reality they had to beg the Oneida Business Committee for $750,000 from the Tribe’s General Fund for a losing court battle over $5 million that OSGC flushed away due to their own lies and misrepresentations of material fact to the public & elected officials.

For these reasons and several others, the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin needs to consider the possibility that GTC’s best course of action is to direct the Oneida Business Committee to dissolve the corpororation before OSGC does further damage to the Tribe’s resources, reputation and well-being.


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