130 Environmental Groups Call For An End To Capitalism




Environmental activists met in the** oil producing**, socialist country of Venezuela as part of a United Nations-backed event to increase civil engagement in the lead up to a major climate conference.

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Not only did Australia send no high level diplomats to the last U.N. climate conference, but they also plan to cut global warming and green energy programs by 90 percent over the next four years.

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EPA is setting up our states to fail – our local economies to fail – to deliver on the president’s promise that electricity prices will skyrocket – all for immeasurable so-called climate benefits,” Louisiana Republican Sen. David Vitter said in a Thursday hearing on the EPA’s new rule. ”This rule is all pain and no gain.”

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Who wants higher energy prices???..:popcorn:


Looks like the “watermelons*” are finally dropping the charade.

*Watermelon = green on the outside, red on the inside. I’ll let you draw your own conclusion.:wink:


Capitalism gets a needlessly bad rap. At its most basic level, capitalism is simply the idea that producers and consumers should be allowed to engage in free enterprise without government intervention. It is, in essence, the economic ideology of liberty.

Are there cronyists out there? Yes. How did they get there? Because of government corruption, favors, subsidies, bailouts, regulations, etc. How do we stop the cronyists? By doing away with regulations, limiting the ability of the government to manage the economy, and doing away with all forms of state-initiated corporate backscratching.






The irony is that the most polluting countries are the Second World Communist countries, like China and the former Soviet Union. They are the ones who most frequently flout safety and cleanliness for the sake of production. Without supply and demand, the only incentive in a command economy is output regardless of quality.

It’s not so strange when you think about Chernobyl, sweatshops, lead-based paint and gasoline, and child labor in said countries.


Follow the money … that’s all I got to say about these folks.


Problem is a lot of people who want socialism think they themselves will end up getting more when in fact they would probably be forced to make some huge sacrifices.

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