posted on Oct, 4 2013 @ 03:14 PM
I think this (from the op's link)
The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.
I agree with you and Einstein both..... From the politics that allow others to have to clean up some companies mess to all kinds of things that most
would rather not have to deal with..... there are many things we should do other than just watch.
Several years ago in Oklahoma a guy bought a corner lot in Oklahoma, City. He was going to build a family mart with a gas station. Construction began
and as they dug the holes to put the gas tanks into the ground they found some old tanks that had once belonged to Esso had leaked and polluted the
surrounding ground. EPA got involved.... construction stopped, and a ruling was made since he purchased the property he was responsible for the
The cost of the clean-up exceeded the total cost of his proposed business. He declared bankruptcy and the business was never built and to my knowledge
the hole was filled because no one at Esso claimed responsibility or would pay for the clean-up. IMO that is totally inacceptable.
Kinda like the mining tailings left to pollute the water supply of 38 million people as indicated in the article and video... No one is found who can
be forced to clean up the mess. IMO with those kind of numbers/consequences and the superfund for clean-up of such things (which we all paid into with
our tax dollars) something darn should be done.