Fitzhenrymac

Fitzhenrymac

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9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - The In... · 1 reply · +3 points

Yes. Much of our consumption is completely unnecessary.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - The In... · 8 replies · +4 points

Thank you GWC. Whilst I agree with Peter that the "World Bank and GWF are painting the “new” capitalism a shiny bright green – and fooling the masses,” demonising the renewables that do actually work, that don’t pollute and that can lead to a more sustainable future is just feeding into the capitalist narrative denying sustainability and global warming.

They also deny or ignore many of the new advances such as Pumped-storage hydropower (PSH) for managing consistent supply. It’s an elegantly simple simple solution to one of the main problems coal and nuclear industries use to denigrate renewable power sources and storage.

For example: https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/2017/03/17/g...

In Okinawa they have pumped ocean storage hydro https://reneweconomy.com.au/wp-content/uploads/20...
https://www.solarquotes.com.au/blog/pumped-hydro-...
As you can see from the map, all our major cities are covered. It might even help us store water for our droughts and to restore our rivers.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - \'The ... · 2 replies · +16 points

Thank you Richard.

As I was growing up, some of the people I most respected were the Jewish friends of my parents. They were intrinsically ethical. Devoted to humanitarian causes, they fought against apartheid, racism, the bomb, Vietnam war and the expulsion of the Palestinians; and fought for the equality of women, workers and indigenous people. Educated and politically aware. None were zionists.

By the late 1950s, Israel had broken their hearts.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks Braithwaite, Galloway is always good value although I wish he was a little less dramatic.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 0 replies · +3 points

Like the $1billion taxpayer dollars for Coronavirus protection for servicemen and women that the Pentagon used for jet parts and uniform fabric.
https://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/09/pentagon-...

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 0 replies · +2 points

Don’t be shy. Just call it Israel. It’s a state that has chosen to practice apartheid and genocide. Using antiquated terms just confuses most people.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 0 replies · +1 points

Errr.... Hitler was building up public resentment against Jews as early as 1933 so that he could introduce his “final solution’. School children were taught to hate and fear Jews, magazines and novels published numerous anti-Jewish stories and caricatures. Here’s more than a few. https://research.calvin.edu/german-propaganda-arc...

Here’s a famous one from Stormtrooper magazine 1934. You might have heard similar propaganda more recently from QAnon which disinterred this myth of Jewish pedophiles stealing blonde haired children to drink their blood. https://research.calvin.edu/german-propaganda-arc...

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 0 replies · +1 points

I’m frequently left nonplussed by the complete illogicality of some of the conspiracy theories in spite of copious evidence to the contrary.

And the absolute refusal to believe that numerous peoples around the world might have a damned good reason to want to pay America back for its betrayals, assassinations, mass murders, wars, torture and other crimes against humanity.

NOTE: They can’t take America to the International Criminal Court because America refused to ratify it. And they can’t stop it in the UN Security Council because the US has veto power.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 0 replies · 0 points

I think we’ve been here before Braithwaite. But to re-iterate, WTC7 was hit. By WTC1.

And for a bit of logical thinking; why would the US, if it was arranging a false flag, tell a BBC news announcer.

9 weeks ago @ http://www.information... - Opinion  - What U... · 2 replies · 0 points

Yes the US has a habit of false flags.

However, those who believe America would show the world how defenceless it was by destroying the very phallic symbols of its capitalist power need to rethink.