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#ClimateChange=big $$ for some; no worries about destruction.

monsanto oil giants food producers

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#1 Shortpoet-GTD



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Posted 14 May 2014 - 05:41 AM

I didn't post this in current events because it's been going on for several years now;
companies and corporations making money hand over fist from the decline of our Earth
from climate change.

Of course we all know that the oil/gas giants are making record profits from extracting
every last drop of oil and drilling gas fracking wells all over the landscapes of every city
and state but there are others.

Retail grocers for instance. As food shortages continue, food prices will skyrocket
giving them higher profits.

John Deere and other tractor manufacturers will benefit from more drought stricken
farmers buying more tractor's.

Tourist's flocking to various ice fields to watch glaciers calve and collapse. Farmers
planting those same area's as the ice retreats.

Firefighting with chemicals courtesy of monsanto will boost their profits too.

As ayn rand stated- "Place yourself above all else."

Great article from One Earth-

#2 Dustoffer



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Posted 15 May 2014 - 11:23 AM

  Bribes, favors, and a billion-dollar yacht: Inside the crazy world of the men who do oil companies’ dirty work

By Tim McDonnell
Cross-posted from Climate Desk Posted Image Shutterstock
"When Big Oil companies like Exxon-Mobil and Chevron set their sights on a prime new oil reserve in Africa, Asia, or the Middle East, the first phone call they make usually isn’t to the government office putting it up for sale. Instead, they ring up one of their contacts in a small, elite group of so-called “fixers,” a shady cabal of a few dozen well-connected billionaires who hold the strings on the market for the world’s most valuable commodity. The fixer gets a fat fee and a straightforward assignment: Do whatever you need to do to get us those oil rights."

We have been up against this since "Silent Spring".  Corruption of big money special interests that don't care about overpopulation effects, horrible chemical and spill pollution, CAGW, or even AETM ELE.  They can only understand 'making a killing' and not being killed themselves by their own actions.

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Posted 08 June 2014 - 10:30 AM

3.4-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Colorado Less Than 2 Miles From Fracking Site

Brandon Baker | June 2, 2014 5:06 pm | Comments

"A 3.4-magnitude earthquake struck northern Colorado Saturday night, and environmentalists weren’t surprised to learn that the epicenter was near a fracking site.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the earthquake struck about 9:35 p.m. It was felt in five towns, NBC 9 reported, with Greeley being the nearest.
There were no reports of damage, but anti-fracking activists say there is not a lot of math to add up in this incident. The USGS site refers to eastern Colorado as nearly “aseismic” and states that earthquakes are rare in the state, overall. However, The Tribune reported that the earthquake took place less than two miles away from two oil and gas wastewater injection wells that the state has not inspected in nearly two years.
Greeley is also in Weld County, where there are more than 24,000 wells."

Wouldn't you know it, but Greeley is a sanctuary city.  Overpopulation demands jobs and cheap energy, but at a profit to corporations that give a lot to politicians local to federal.
Glad I don't live in that area.

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