Five Things I Think Are Evil

July 31, 2007 at 12:45 am 1 comment


1) Religion that tolerates or encourages violence

2) Economies based on creating and selling weapons

3) Having the technology to, but refusing to feed the world

4) Secret plans made and held by people masquerading as representatives of the people

5) Leaders refusing to immediately help prepare Americans for Peak Oil

When it all comes down to it, we are nothing more on this planet than the people and environments surrounding us, the choices we make, and the actions we take. I choose to help people by encouraging them to immediately meet their neighbors and get entire neighborhoods to grow food at home. It certainly feels better than watching mindless television, and brings an enormous sense of well being.

Besides, it’s fun to hand out extra garden surplus goodies to people walking by and not expect anything back in return.

Peace and love,


Entry filed under: Consumerism, Corporations, Gardening, Happy News, How To, Living in Hell, Nuclear War, Peak Oil, Personal Preparation, Religion, War.

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  • 1. M.Squirrel  |  July 31, 2007 at 2:41 am

    As a libertarian, I would have to say that government itself is intrinsically evil. Four of your five statements indicate exactly why we need smaller government (and the fifth fits only as of late).

    Ah, I digress.

    But as a libertarian, I would have to ask, “Do we really want the government to help us prepare?” After all, look at what they did for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. And they still haven’t learned. It took them nearly two months to finally get the trailers to the once-residents of Greensburg, KS. If it had been the Amish (who have volunteered to build a number of tornado ravaged homes in our area), they would have rebuilt the town by now.

    At the most, I would say they should take the corporate welfare away from the always failing airlines (only one or two do fine on their own) and shuttle that money towards better mass transit and our rail system. As Jim Kunstler indicates, we have a rail system that make third world countries embarrassed.

    But they won’t do that. Too many of our politicians have their hands in the back pockets of the oil companies. But you have to admit that it looks a little shady that Matt Simmons let Mr. Cheney know about this before 9/11/01.


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