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Desperately Trying to Derail Canadian Oil Sands

Earl29 Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 8:01 AM
They won't be satisfied until there are few people left alive and they are all in caves eating roast skunk.
firetoice Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 9:32 AM

I view the various pieces of the effort to avoid CAGW as a "four-legged stool":

Leg 1 - zero anthropogenic CO2 emissions (James Hansen, NASA GISS);

Leg 2 - zero animal husbandry (Ban Ki Moon, UN, UN FAO));

Leg 3 - population controls (UNFPA)

Leg 4 - wealth and income redistribution (Ottmar Edenhofer, UNFCCC)

Seat - global governance (UN)

This would arguably be the "ugliest piece of furniture" ever conceived and built by man; and, the most expensive. It would certainly be a "stool" which could not be picked up by its clean end.

The ultimate goal is a global vegan commune, run by some subset of the petty tyrants represented in the UN General Assembly.

Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman has approved his state’s portion of the Keystone XL pipeline, explaining that its revised route avoids areas that critics had earlier claimed were environmentally sensitive.

The Alberta-to-Texas pipeline would create more than 5,500 Nebraska jobs during its construction period and support 1,000 permanent jobs through 2030. During the project’s lifetime, KXL would generate $950 million in labor income, $130 million in property, sales and other state and local taxes, and $679 million for the state’s gross domestic product, by bringing Canadian oil sands petroleum to Texas refineries.

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