Finally, Greenpeace gets called to account

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  1. dskira

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    The basic gentleman: without oil we will be not able to be on the forum.
    And without the internet we will be not able to be such an expert on oil business, inport and export, as well the way to extract it. :p
     
  2. dskira

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    The real meaning of Greenpeace in order of importance for them
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  3. michael pierzga
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    Migration is no longer possible.

    The future will be non stop resource conflict..water, food,energy, land.

    Consider your country. Russia contains 25 percent of the world fresh water supply. Next door in china they have no water and one billion people to feed.

    Will russia allow a quarter of a billion chinese to migrate north ? Or will conflict solve the problem
     
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    SamSam Senior Member

    Your dollar photo is so big a person has to continually scroll the page to read anything in this thread.
     
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    Yeah, but the resolution is so good that it might be used for massive printing... :p
     
  6. El_Guero

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    Isn't it amazing how violent the progressive movement is? And isn't it even sadder that so many so called politicians sit back and do nothing to curb their violence?

    I think stupidity is the root of their philosophy and those who allow them to run unchecked with scissors.

    Wayne
     
  7. El_Guero

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    The problem is all the elite, especially those in Europe.

    If they just QUIT CONSUMING, there would be plenty for everyone else. Especially the nice, smart, and effective Russians, who have a better track record than those progressive countries, like Spain.

    :p
     
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    hoytedow Fly on the Wall - Miss ddt yet?

    Having grown up during the Cold War, I never would have thought I would be saying this, but, Good on Russia!
     
  9. El_Guero

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    Standard should be Canada which has a harsher climate, lives off of American wealth, survives under American protection, and is always lifted as a great example by the progressives.

    Yes, we can use less, but most of the people who could use less, are so filthy stinking rich, they do not care. They work for Government, Hollywood, or are multi-billionaires not paying taxes, because they 'have friends.'

    As far as Greenpeace, I like their message to make the world a greener place.

    But, their actions have always been borderline terrorism.

    If terrorists are truly freedom fighters, I have a little sympathy for them, like in Syria right now. But, the vast majority of 'rebels' and 'freedom fighters' are drug dealers running narco-trafficking distribution rings.

    We need to get that under control = legalize pot, tax the heck out of pot, use that money to enforce ZERO tolerance on all drug lords. I.e., you farm pot and sell to the US government at farming prices, or you get shot ....

    I think that would help Americans raise their standard of living so we could all afford a luxury yacht in the 30' to 70' foot range if we wanted one.

    I.e., reverse the Clinton Dynasty idea that Americans do not deserve to be rich, and return the jobs back to America that were stolen from us, by our own government ....

    I know I would enjoy being able to afford a little boat to put around in ....

    :D
     
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    Right on!
     
  11. El_Guero

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    And it is scary that that happens more than 50% of the time .....

    I never would have thought Russia would stand up for traditional rights and freedoms as 'America' trampled upon them and our history.
     
  12. El_Guero

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    I learned the old fashioned, American, Texan way - I worked in the Oil Field.
     
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    Alrighty then.
     
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    SamSam Senior Member

    I don't know about counterfeiting $1 bills, it sounds kind of futile.
     

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