I worked 2 years and half there.Dwight wrote:A twisted view of the real world.
Have you been to China?
I do not know who is nasty.Dwight wrote: There are cites so nasty with pollution it rains every day from the fallout. Nothing even close to that nasty anywhere in the US.
Can you please give me the names of those famous places because I have been traveling a lot in China and I can not remember seeing "cities with with populations in the millions and no traffic lights"Dwight wrote: I'm talking about cities with populations in the millions and no traffic lights.
Not the famous cities the media likes to talk about.
For this at least I agreee with you. I personnaly say 15 km from Shanghai a pipe directely going through the sea with a liquide with two colors: bright yellow and dark black and smelling sulfur.Dwight wrote: Nowhere can you drink the water. Everything is dumped in the rivers.
Per head, US is getting close to actually.Dwight wrote: The US is not the evil toilet of the world.
Better to buy a locally made small VW or something, the car carriers from Japan burn 1775 tons of fuel one way. Also the mining of nickel for the Prius batteries has destroyed the landscape in Sudbury Ontario.... so I've read..Kirok wrote:You wanna save Co2 as a kiter? Easy, just use your local closest kiting areas instead of driving long distances in your Co2 belching car. Trade in that big truck of yours and get a Prius or other hybrid fuel vehicle.
Thanks for being honest enough to admit that you're not helping the situation.Dwight wrote: My company has built dozens of plants there. All with no pollution equipment installed, because the client demands we delete this equipment. Nowhere can you drink the water. Everything is dumped in the rivers.
Nonsense. Socialism does not work, never has, and has consistently led to tyranny, oppression and destitute poverty. Never EVER trust a politician waving the banner of socialism, or talking the progressive rhetoric. The greatest world tyrants have suckered populations with the feel good "for the people" lie, and the people consistently buy it hook-line-and-sinker.simplelife wrote:at some point soon, running an operation with sustainability and social equity as core values will offer competitive advantages-if not already.
Actually, last month several tausend of Chinese demonstrated during two days in Xiamen (good place to kite by the way) against the building of a new (and nasty) chimical complex.Wibbler wrote: I know for a fact they are beginning to here in China.
Coming from the world's worst polluter, I find these self-contradictory statements laughable.Wibbler wrote:Good point Marc...
People, especially republicans in America, like to forget that as individuals they are responsible for 6 times more global pollution per year than a single Chinaman.
Wake up, smell your coffee, get your own house in order... I know for a fact they are beginning to here in China.
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