Guilt for Sale - Our fault, say the change agents
June 26, 2002
Chad Hanson, a "John Muir Sierran," is a master of Aesopian
language in code. Carl Pope, Sierra Club "Executive Director,"
blaming the Western fires on 'environmentalists' is a "disturbing
cynical politics." Both are well-paid to spew their language
Every mundane Public Citizen who buys into their "sales pitch"
have done everything WRONG on Planet Earth, makes their own lives ever
in contrast to ours. Their opulent homes, far from the madding crowd,
that much more distanced from those they strive to displace. They tout
density housing' also known as 'smart growth,' as the only way Mother
can ever hope to recover the damage done by all the bad, bad humans.
Neither of these individuals nor their counterparts who issue directives
within the DC Beltway, can rightfully claim the title of
Although they would vehemently deny it, both are skilled professional
lobbyists and change agents. Their jobs are NOT to protect endangered
and fauna -- witness the lack of concern as the plants and animals of
Colorado and Arizona are incinerated by the billions -- but rather to
think that, somehow, it's all OUR fault.
Our remaining industry and our cars are cleaner than ever before, our
and ranchers using up to two hundred years of experience to coexist with
wildlife and nature better than ever, and yet we're expected to pack for
guilt trip? Sorry, fellows, we're not buying!
Miss Julie Kay Smithson, property rights researcher
213 Thorn Locust Lane
London, OH 43140-8844
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