Saturday, April 25, 2009

Castro and Chavez: Capitalism Causing Climate Change

I've said it all along; this is what the socialists of our own country have been saying (i.e., cool off our economy to fight global warming). Just read the declarations of Obama’s Treasury Secretary, Geithner, Prince Charles, and Bill Clinton. What they really mean is what these communists of Latin America are bluntly saying: Capitalism is causing the world's ills—including climate change; only socialism will save us, which is what the more clandestine socialists and liberals of this country and the First World secretly desire. They couch it in a particular lingo and symbolism to conceal their intent, but one only has to think and dig just a little bit to see the truth. Any capitalist who says we must cool the economy (to fight a non-existent problem) is no capitalist at all.

I'm hoping America will awaken before we find ourselves living in a totalitarian state that doesn't care about us, our wants, or our desires in the least little bit. An America that doesn't care about your life, liberty, or pursuit of happiness is an America that has tossed the Constitution into the toilet.

The Declaration of CumanĂ¡: Capitalism 'threatens life on the planet'

2. Capitalism has caused the environmental crisis, by submitting the necessary conditions for life in the planet, to the predominance of market and profit. Each year we consume one third more of what the planet is able to regenerate. With this squandering binge of the capitalist system, we are going to need two planets Earth by the year 2030.

3. The global economic crisis, climate change, the food crisis and the energy crisis are the result of the decay of capitalism, which threatens to end life and the planet.


7. As for climate change, developed countries are in an environmental debt to the world because they are responsible for 70% of historical carbon emissions into the atmosphere since 1750. Developed countries should pay off their debt to humankind and the planet; they should provide significant resources to a fund so that developing countries can embark upon a growth model which does not repeat the serious impacts of the capitalist industrialization.

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