posted on Jun, 21 2013 @ 09:25 AM
I heard about a huge fire in the town I lived in, and went to take a look, maybe in the early 90's.
It was a huge refrigerated warehouse that was burning, I was told it was full of butter and cheese.
That warehouse burned for I think about 2 weeks, it wasn't burning out of control, they just couldn't put it out because it was essentially a grease
The surrounding area was flooded with grease and water and black goo for a year or so afterward, and it smelled to high heaven when the weather was
hot the summer after it burned.
This isn't so much about that fire, this is about thousands of tons of foodstuffs being stored up for sale, when there are literally thousands of
people starving on the streets.
There is no shortage of anything but Decency in this world, too much is taken by too few and not shared with others who need it, even if they have way
more than they need, they still hoard it, and waste a whole buttload of it in locked dumpsters outside restaurants and businesses with "no
trespassing " signs, it spoils while many go hungry, then it gets shoved into a land fill..
Certain things should not be owned, this was once referred to as "The Commons", places and things everyone needed to survive which were shared.
Capitalism is the problem, sometimes for the good of everyone, no one should control resources which are needed by the masses for profit.
And the "Profit" sez............................