Sunday, May 23, 2010

My Revulsion Against The Industrialists Is Palpable

That's right, my revulsion against the industrialists is palpable. I think something being palpable means it is immediate, real, and indisputable. But if the word includes some other definition, then that also is no doubt true.

At this point, for me, it's not just the local industrialists and industrial powers who are giving me heartburn and a queasy stomach. It's all of them. I hear about the troubles with our environment, oil spills, other pollution, and I think of how trucks speeding by suck grass and weeds down into the mud, and it gives me that sense of disgust.

I can barely stand to watch the news on TV, because I hear about how these powers -- these disgusting industrialists -- so hate the world and everything in. It's like they secretly think they have somewhere better to live.

We need a better plan of action as we stand against them than simply watching the news and ruing what's going on. There needs to be others to get out there and nose around the industrial sections of our town and document what's going on.

Like I said, I have a great deal of revulsion, but presently my viability levels are depleted. I'm trying to regain them so that my impact on the world will be for good instead of for naught. But you tell me, how can one man do it on his own?

The disgust is real, but getting something done about it is going to take a lot of effort. I mean a lot of effort.

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