posted on Mar, 27 2008 @ 11:53 AM
With all the talk about how the average person should be doing this or that to conserve energy, why has no one attacked the entertainment industry?
Stick with me for a moment. What I mean is the massive amount of fuel used in vehicle racing (worldwide), not to mention the parts that end up in
dumps because they are unusable.
What about the movies that creates more pollution than the average family? Blowing things up, using fuel, wasting other natural resources, and the
energy used to produce each work.
What about the music bands, groups, singers who tour using an enormous amount of fuel and energy in their transportation. Not to mention the energy
used to power the lighting and sound systems.
What about the massive amount of waste created by the food and drinks consumed at any sporting/entertainment event?
With all of this demanding and babble about what the average person should do, why is it we are not seeing a decline in the entertainment industry?
Why no outcry about the energy wasted and pollution caused by our own entertainments?
Even the money itself could be used to work toward a cleaner earth and helping to feed and clothe millions worldwide.
Could it be that the masses are simply being led astray kept in position with mind numbing entertainment while those with the means and power gain
even more. Has the greed and self gratification completely taken hold and is destroying the average person from within?
Why do you not hear about protests being held at such events based solely on the greener earth idea?
Any thoughts on this?