posted on Jun, 13 2010 @ 06:37 PM
reply to post by ABNARTY
By "we are still here" I am assuming you are speaking of us who never lived in the area of Ecuador where all the toxins were spilled. For them, most
likely it would seem like the world had ended. Certainly the flora and fauna who could not leave are no longer around to argue any case.
Mother Nature is indeed resilient but why continually make her prove it? I agree there are a lot of doom sayers and there may be other dangerous
things going on. However, that does not make this any less egregious nor does it reduce the significance of those peoples lives who are effected by
Instead, look at it like a warning of possible things to come. It is obvious those corporations engaging in this reckless behavior care little about
your life or anything you hold dear save your ability to produce profit for them. If one day that changed and they stood to profit from destroying
your life, there will be no hesitation.
this post is so full of WIN it made me want to go out and enter a contest and WIN, imo you hit the nail square on the head and sunk it through two
2x4's in one blow!
did i say WIN? star for you!
i really cant say it any better. thank you for voicing so well the way i feel .
on topic and to add to conversation:
this was how many years ago??? we still didnt sort that out??? thats not very inspiring as to how dragged out the gulf FIASCO might be.
Good Grief !