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Green Tyranny

restoreliberty Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 11:42 AM
One must remember that an environmentalists activist is just someone doing their paid for job, agitating. The vast majority of these paid workers collect their paycheck from fraudulent non-profits that have ZERO scientific, technical, or other advance education. Most of these organizations only know one method of getting their way for dubious projects and policies and that is by the fascist power of the state acting on their behalf. Environmentalists gave us ethanol, one of the most polluting and environmentally damaging fuel sources ever devised. The have no problem kicking indigenous people off their lands and stealing land around the world for their biofuel and carbon schemes that are worth than useless.
restoreliberty Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 11:45 AM
Environmental activist is just another phrase that means waste, fraud, and abuse. When they start taking responsibility for their failed ideas and their own pollution (http://business.financialpost.com/2013/02/11/solar-panel-makers-grapple-with-hazardous-waste-problem/?__lsa=85fe-3de6) and show they are cleaning their own INDUSTRY (and make no mistake they are the biggest INDUSTRY shakedown artists the world has ever seen) then they might regain some of the public good will they threw in the trash decades ago and trampled on for their own personal gain.
Environmental activists and politicians would like you to think that we must love their regulations -- or hate trees and animals.

I love trees and animals.

But you can love nature and still hate the tyranny that environmental regulations bring.

The Environmental Protection Agency just announced it will boost gas prices ("only" a penny, although industry says 6 to 9 cents) to make another minuscule improvement to air quality.

In New York City, my mayor wants to ban Styrofoam cups, saying, "I think it's something we can do without."

Congress already dictates the design of our cars, toilets and light bulbs.

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