Beware of links in emails and web sites not really leading you to where you think you are going. I followed a UK site, http://www.risingtide.org.uk/ toMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 1, 2001View SourceBeware of links in emails and web sites not really leading you to where you
think you are going. I followed a UK site,
These sites were interesting, yet the videos were unavailable? Than there
were some tricks as well! No, no viruses, but a lot of corporate propaganda
buried in some links.
Market based really means letting the foxes watch the chicken coop. Market
based means stripping environmental laws and regulations and paralyzing
government and environmentalists and empowering right wing corporate
"Environmental Groups" with all the control of industrial pollution so they
can over look and cover up while we are polluted upon!
Rome is burning and all Nero does is fiddle around!
I say real market based strategies involve BOYCOTTING until they stop
polluting not just hand us more B***S*** dressed up as some sort of
Power to the people!
Boycott polluters and human rights evaders!
"SKEPTICS," GREENWASH AND ENEMIES OF THE CLIMATE CAMPAIGN
For an excellent criticism of the fossil fuel lobby, see:
http://www.heatisonline.org/ We didn't want to give any publicity to the
corrupt characters which make a living in the pay of the fossil fuel industry
arguing against action on climate chaos. However, bearing in mind that Gandhi
always said one learns most from ones enemies, we will recommend two sites:
The campaign funded by coal and oil interests to persuade Americans that
implementing Kyoto will be too expensive. http://www.globalwarmingcost.org/ A
UK "weather forecast" company that claims everything is due to sunspots
http://www.weatheraction.co.uk/pr/pro11dec98.htm A long sycophantic interview
with **, head of the Western Fuels campaign. All the strategies of the fossil
fuel lobby are to be found here:"
"Market based policies: As the first component of its global warming
strategy, AECS is analyzing economy-wide market-based solutions to reducing
carbon dioxide emissions. A comprehensive market-based strategy would
encompass emissions sources from all sectors so that no inexpensive
opportunities to reduce emissions are neglected. Market-based mechanisms such
as tradable pollution rights can reduce the costs of achieving environmental
quality more significantly than mandated engineering standards or
technologies. Market-based approaches would not increase the role of
government and would most likely decrease it by allowing efficient market
incentives to take the place of inefficient and expensive command and control
Where do they not get it? We are not dumb. They are getting ever more
cleaver. At this rate I will never get dementia, they keep my brain going in
over drive at every turn! Be a discerning surfer.