posted on Jan, 5 2014 @ 02:28 PM
reply to post by SELAboy
It is a fact that this really happens.
Keep living with your head in the sand while they keep destroying the Earth in the name profits for an elite few.
Who said it never happens? I am merely expressing an informed opinion and I am too informed to ignore the faulty reasoning of certain opinions and
propaganda. Someone with their "head in the sand" would only follow one side of an argument.
I suppose anyone who is not ignorant might have to acknowledge that fossil fuels have played a larger role in creating equality and empowering more
common people than any other resource in the 6000 years of human history. Other than making your present comfort possible, they also provide very good
paying jobs to many many people, as well as provide the commerce that makes modern society possible, not too mention power the world in the most
efficient way possible (currently anyway).
And those who might have some reading comprehension skills might have understood that my earlier post is a rejection of having an "elite few" rule.
In fact, anyone who maintains an objective stance on acquiring and processing as much information as possible from a variety of sources would
understand that big government equals big corporations, or at least the rule of an "elite few" in some shape or form (see politburo and appointed
bureaucrats in a communist system). To believe otherwise is to be simply ignorant or to have, as you say, one's "head in the sand."
Should companies be held accountable for any negligence or malfeasance on their part? Absolutely. Anyone who believes empowering government is a way
to achieve this is woefully naïve.
And anyone who supports chicanery and fakery to promote an agenda (ie Gasland) is not only ethically suspect, but intellectually void in that exposure
of the phony bologna propaganda hurts their cause, at least among those not puritanically devoted to a superstition which is largely based on selfish
feelings of self righteousness and narcissism.