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FarmerBob (Little Upsilon)

Friday, August 29, 2008 - 06:51 am Click here to edit this post
My apologies, Nix, but you are not demonstrating a capacity for THOUGHT. You are regurgitating tired old mindless propaganda.

I remember quite well the end of the world predictions starting in the late 60's before I even had children. Now, I do have grandchildren and the world has not ended, despite the innumerable statements of impending disaster I have seen over the decades.

The Environmental Movement has repeatedly demonstrated itself to be a sociopathic, quasi- religious crusade championing Marxism, not anything to actually do with the natural world.

You like the Kyoto Accord? Fine.
Tell the class how an international agreement based upon carbon emmissions which cannot be measured, quantified, or actually controlled by government mandate will benefit the environment.
This agreement that is built upon imaginary numbers that neither can be proven nor disproven?
This agreement that ignores the largest "polluters" and ignores any real science that directly contradicts its own fundamental assumptions?
This agreement that would be ignored by the signatories as soon as the inevitable corruption is the regulatory process would come to light?
This aggreement that would collapse as soon as the populations in the signatory nations felt the first economic pain at this attempt at economic self-castration?

The entire Accord was a dangerous joke that threatened the actual environmental health of the planet much more than any notional menaces.

There are no words in the English language to express how little I care about that.

Just thank the next of your country's soldiers you see for ensuring your freedom to be brainwashed by pop culture fads passing as informed opinion.

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