Profits vs Pollution
May 20, 2013
Denial of the responsibility of mass genocide by caring more about profits than pollution is one of the worst, slowest and most horrible crimes committed a little bit by each of us, remorselessly and daily.
The only path away from the destruction of nature are mired by political crossfire: any bobbing head is likely to be severed. And so the two headed demon reasons with itself and instead of finding the good answer they focus on the other, firing poisoned darts, hoping to damage the alternative and thus seem the most deserving of power. We live in an age of political arrogance. The terrifying thing is if Tony Blair took over the Labour p#Party here in the UK, it is most likely they would once again win.
The USA is as addicted to its weapon deaths as it is to the other grand killer of humans, the automobile. The cattle ranches and meat industry in general is another big contributor, the other problematic “too large to control” source of greenhouse gas. The methane release from melting permafrost is the icing on an explosive cake of contributing factors. It does not really matter unless we can change the direction of the pollution equation.