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U.S. only, with 4% of the world’s population, produces 25% of pollution Planetary due to the industrial emission of greenhouse gases the amoral vision of humanity gets worse when it has the certainty that aforementioned, Zionist and capitalist economic power at any cost, right angle of the policy, is doing business with the same crisis generated by him. Like say, carroneramente, killer and then I take this raw of corpses to commercialize. This is what has happened with the crisis, with the banking sector, with the behavior of the big capitalists, with the model itself throughout his life, with the meeting of the G-8 in London, of the G-20 in Pittsburgh and as it seems just happened in the recent United Nations Conference on climate change, Copenhagen (in current course)where rich countries (as accused) reached a secret agreement to perform industrial emissions them only, to the exclusion of developing countries, who want to deny any possibility of exploitation of their resources for use. Because it is the system of capital: pervasive, oppressive, individualistic, segregationist, divisor class.

It has presence and up to purchase with your money and political power decisions of summits on environmental matters, since they are primarily responsible for polluting emissions in the world and, like we said, don’t seem to have another cultural development option than that of energy exploitation and natural resources, consumerist view incompatible with his savings and with the same species of the human species preservationlet alone other species, which disappear by heaps. Imperialism requires this industrialism to maintain its preponderant form, and similar format of consumerism and exploitation of fossil matter on the planet possess a definitely dangerous sweeping effect. U.S. only, with 4% of the world’s population, produces 25% of planetary pollution due to industrial emission of greenhouse gases. This should give for thinking about the fate of the man, on his planet, on a model political and economical it spurs you toward annihilation, already putting us in tune with the pessimistic fable of Hugo Chavez, enunciated at the beginning.