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Excellent, worth seeing,
This review is from: H2Oil [DVD] (DVD)
This is an excellent documentary on the extraction of oil from the Canadian tar sands - I urge anyone who cares about our systematic destruction of the environment to spend 76 minutes of their time watching this film. The sad reality is that we are all responsible, yes some more than others, but we are all addicted to oil and its byproducts, just look around at our seemingly unending hunger to want "stuff". As always, it is the marginalised and the indigenous poor who get hit the hardest, probably because they are the easiest to exploit by industry and government. Let us hope for and demand change.
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Initial post: 8 Oct 2011 07:55:13 BDT
Last edited by the author on 24 Oct 2011 16:52:20 BDT
J. C. Collier says:
I'm taught to love the systematic destruction of our environment because it means that we can reward those hard-working hedge fund managers, market analysts, stocks and bond market traders and, of course, banks...THESE PEOPLE NEED MORE MONEY, isn't it obvious???
It's all explained in this book that I've internalised but haven't bothered to read yet.
Capitalism and Freedom
I saw the troubled bankers in the USA had this book in their back pockets, just before they went to the US congress for a huge injection of public funds. It must contain some important truths...
The Road to Serfdom (Routledge Classics)
Heather, you care too much about your fellow Canadians, may I suggest some Brand Rand to wash away the humanity?
Atlas Shrugged (Penguin Modern Classics)
It was the second best-selling book after the bible in America, go figure?
Posted on 9 Sep 2012 20:06:07 BDT
EV WORLD LIBERATE NIMH !
There is an alternative.
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