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originally posted by: GeauxHomeYoureDrunk
I feel she has "hitched her star" to Greta's wagon as a last ditch effort to get back into the public eye- and it is pathetic!
originally posted by: rickymouse
We don't live in the sixties and seventies anymore. We can pass information through the internet to help influence people to be more conservative and earth friendly. The people who protested in the sixties, the tree huggers, wound up actually steering people from environmental stewardship ten times more than they got people to be good environmental stewards.
Protests do not work well, especially when people travel from all over the country to protest in big events. If those people were concerned about the environment, they should stay home and use a keyboard to coax others into helping preserve our environment.
I know it is not as fun as traveling half way across the country and getting tossed in jail for inciting civil unrest, but that is real environmental conservation. People who preach environmentalism need to practice what they preach.
Considering a train can move a massive amount of people and cargo with near minimal amount of resources put into it, her using a train isn't really much of a deal. Why do we still use trains if it's your best bang for your buck economically?
Again, people who are most judgmental of her getting funds from philanthropic avenues are usually the ones who advocate for less government, more corporate control, and free market. Which is exactly where most of her money and funding is coming from. But hey, since Soros is an investor, it's DA JOOOOOS! of course. A global conspiracy.
originally posted by: LordAhriman
Is it really so bad to hope and push for more recycling and renewable energy?