Your comments are as far off topic to sust. ag. as talking about pasture
when talking about raising quality meat. There's an intimate relation
can't have one without the other.
And we can't possibly hope to have a sustainable existence with systems
take advantage of some sectors of the community or world inhabitants, be
capitalism, socialism or WTO.
Maybe in our all out efforts to devour communism, we've succeeded in
ourselves. And maybe there is such a thing as instant karma, or we reap
sow, or what goes around comes around...
P.S. I think your father-in-law had one of those moments of clarity
to prophets when the veil was pulled aside for a brief moment. We should
to these people when this happens.
> At the risk of starting a thread many may claim as off-topic...here
> As I was watching the WTO protests with my wife and father-in-law last
> he turned to me and said, "They're protesting capitalism." This
> statement sums it up. Globalization and the WTO are the natural
> a system which exploits humans and the environment for the sake of
> Whether you are fighting the WTO on behalf of labor or the environment
> are ultimately fighting the system which is subjugating both to ensure
> steady flow of capital to the owning class.
> The president of the National Association of Manufacturers stated on
> that he is adamantly opposed to adding labor considerations to the WTO
> talks. He does not want to open that "basket of snakes." Speaking as
> snake to the rest of the basket, something must be done to ensure that
> interests are considered as important as all the widget makers out
> And while some protesters took advantage of the chaos to do some
> vandalizing, the core message of the protests is certainly clear: we
> all agree that this system is the best we can devise. But what now,
> Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA)
> An independent non-profit organization.
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