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E-M:/ Environmental betrayals in Michigan.
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- Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 08:53:19 -0500
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Environmental betrayals in Michigan.
The people best able to betray us are the people to whom we assign the greatest
love, trust and respect. No one can cut us more deeply or abandon us to
desperation about the future more completely than honored public employees,
teachers and scientists to whom we have given in trust, a significant component
of our children's future. We should listen and contemplate what we are told
by these so called experts, but now is the time to apply more critical observation
to and take action on actions and accomplishments not self serving institutional
rhetoric. We are being lead like jackasses chasing a dangled carrot by promises
of future scientific accomplishments that are too long in coming. Much like
the promise of heaven was used by the church of the middle ages to mold individual
behavior despite outrageous daily insults, depravation, denial, and suffering.
It is time to strengthen our resolve and dissect and re-invent our universities
that frequently express a species of contempt for the average citizen, to
boot out the cancerous corporate interests and turn them back into teaching
institutions working in the interests of the public that funds them. Also
a careful reexamination of State of Michigan units of government replacing
those employee who's self serving interests exceed those of our children's
safety. Personally I have never met so many remarkable cowards, unwilling
and apparently frightened to do the job they were hired for in my entire
life. Today some environment crisis are real enough but others are inventions
and relatively easily solved. However, a decision has been made in the State
of Michigan to maintain them. To control by withholding answers to gain
more research money while people suffer, this is not acceptable. This primate
problem is far more difficult than the actual solution to many of the purposeful
environmental constructs that are being used to manipulate our democratically
elected representatives and the public through misrepresenting the facts,
fear and intimidation. This intellectual thugery and deceit is harming and
weakening our great nation, may God help us and protect us from evil.
Samuel M. DeFazio. 616-673-2793 http://www.praxis-ibc.com