posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 07:37 AM
Originally posted by poet1b
reply to post by Chevalerous
So is it really fair to blame this rising pollution on the Chinese for being the world's factory and work-shop?
Yeah, because the third world nations have pushed back the hardest against regulations being put into trade agreements that require environmental
concerns, as well as regulations that require scheduled improvements in work rights, safety, and wages.
These are countries with centuries of well established class and racial (or tribal, however you want to define it) barriers. These countries have no
desire to see human rights improvements for the citizens in their countries.
Yeah sure, if you buy into the official "political BS" story!
But this is not the fault of the thirld world or any developing countries, that's mostly the effects of corporated globalisation and
These multinational corporations has no loyalty or flag beside their profits.
Their powerful lobby tells the rulers and Governments of thirld world countries and the UN: if you start to regulate against sweat shops, cheap
labour, pollution etc, or in anyway hinder our sphere of influence - we take our investments elsewhere or crash the world's economies through our
It's that easy, really! - the rest is only politícal rhetoric BS & hypocrisy from corrupted world leaders who are paid by the same corporated lobby
and the same corporations.
They screw us all while their corporations can move from continent to continent like a locust plague , consuming human resources, natural resources,
spread their pollution until there's nothing left to exploit or destroy.
Then they move again! - and beautiful Africa is the next stop for these evil corporations.
So if we ever are going to make this world a better place, these corporations and their means to survive needs to be dismantled by the people of this
world through revolutions or by some kind of a divine intervention.
Only then can can we go back to any honest principles of capitalism as it was meant to be by Adam Smith and others.
Corporated hyper-capitalism is about the exploitation of the world's resources which certainly won't last forever!
Then what? a new system? - or are we gonna take this corporated 'locust' capitalism to space and exploit the galaxy?