EPA rulings on Non-point
redoak at forestmeister.com
Sat Jan 8 05:56:48 EST 2000
Ted Kegebein wrote:
> Doug Bartley wrote:
> > In article <386FD4E2.3256AA83 at planttel.net>,
> > Ted Kegebein <kegebein at planttel.net> wrote:
> > >We have seen the results of putting the extreme Left Wing in power,
> > >in such places as the USSR, Red China, Cambodia, and Nazi Germany.
> > >And while the milder version of the Left in Nazi Germany was concerned
> > >somewhat with the environment, the extremist Left purge the eco-nuts
> > >rather quickly.
> > >
> > >Free market capitalist countries, on the other hand, have an extremely
> > >high tolerance for the eco-nuts, and profits and prosperity have
> > >allowed those cultures to actually improve their environments.
> > >
> > >It is rather ironic, isn't it?
> > To the very limited extent to which there is any truth to it, yes.
> > Here, let's try this:
> > Kamchatka is about the size of California - so why don't you identify
> > any area you want of N. America of that approximate size and explain
> > how it's environment has been protected or improved under capitalism
> > compared to Kamchatka under Soviet rule. Shouldn't be hard, please
> > enlighten us.
> > Regards,
> > - DB
> I don't know a thing about Kamchatka, please enlighten me,
> old great one.
Doug Bartley probably was unaware that you have a forestry education, or he
would have restricted his statement to small words about clearcutting, and
other favorite words found in forestry propaganda books. <G>
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