posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:47 AM
reply to post by 3n19m470
Saving the Earth is just a fad? Oh. I thought there were still a lot of people trying to cut down on pollution and I think there might be this little
thing called Going Green...
Ah yes, but the real green is in the pockets from people who have capitalized. Albeit there are some nifty new technologies that have come out, and
plenty of alternative energy being used in various parts of the world, the successful projects are not being run by the people who ran naked on the
white house lawn with "Say no to CFC's" spray painted on their bodies.
Silly me, thinking environmentalism was a real thing... But naw that was just some thing the kooks got all crazy about back in the 80s... Let's just
make the whole world like China with flammable rivers. It's all good.
How do you think China got those rivers? Ban negative environmental manufacturing processes indirectly and of course US corporations will export those
industries to China because it's the only place they can do them. North America has exported its pollution heavy processes/industries. It doesn't
mean anyone went "green" it simply means people stopped polluting in North America, and now pollute in China.
Don't think for a second NA has gotten any cleaner, they are simply making somewhere else look like it's rained down hellfire and brimstone.
All those REMs that are needed for "green" energy, via wind turbines... Yep, mined in China leaving giant pools of radioactive sludge...
This is kind of a "grass is greener" or "See no evil" type deal we have going on. You have been fooled obviously, so it works well.
Unless demand has gone down for pollution heavy materials, nothing is going green is it? A light shade of green maybe? Auqa? Turquoise? Sure as hell
Last I checked, North America is one of the leading culprits in consumerism and demand for useless polluting junk,
And since environmentalism is such a big joke, as proven by boncho, we now know that the illuminati is just the same kind of stupid thing cause boncho
the big honcho here just made a neat little comparison and said so.
What have you provided exactly?
It can't be that, over time, people are growing more aware of their surroundings and advancing somehow in some way that, slowly but surely, makes
them want to improve the lives of all humans, and eventually of all living things. *looks around, sees technology...looks up, knows the names and
positions, characteristics of all heavenly bodies within a light year or two, pays taxes so people can eat and receive medical care and gets upset
that some of that money is going to useless things when it could be helping more people* nope, no signs of advancement here. So that can't be it.
Well gosh, Boncho. I guess I just have to accept the fact that, once again, you are right.
Nothing has changed for thousands of years. Yes the landscape is different and technology has leaped forward bu nothing has really changed. Still the
same types of people walking around today that were here few centuries, many centuries ago...