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Naomi Klein
So often hurricanes act as a brutal unveiling: all the tucked away sacrifice zones are suddenly exposed to the light. Industrial scale animal agriculture is a disaster every single day for the people who live nearby. When that industry collides with a climate disaster, look out.
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Be The Light 13 Sep 18
Yes, because being a meat eater is our fault? Don't make excuses for industries caring zero about their impact on the world.
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William Watkins 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
Yeah, I'm sure we'll never get a honest estimate of theTexas gulf region's toxicity levels.
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Time to remove Trump to save Democracy 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
caused the flood waters to be a toxic gumbo of poisonous slurry. The path of includes several nuclear power plants, industrialized animal agriculture sites and oil refineries.
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Galen R Tromble 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
... as well as being horribly cruel to the animals. I'll be watching to see what happens. Perhaps opportunities post-disaster to make needed change. (What's the opposite of disaster capitalism - Disaster make-things-better?
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Amnon 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
It’s a proof that big business has very little foresight when it comes to anything else but $$$$$
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David de Weerdt 13 Sep 18
Oh, but only wouldn't it be great if they ran goverment like a business! We can trust businesspeople to know what to do!
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no one from no where 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
That's just nasty...talk about it hitting the fan...
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Joanna Oltman Smith 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
Billions of gallons of toxic by-product to fuel our national bacon obsession. Gross.
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Elaine 14 Sep 18
Replying to @jooltman @NaomiAKlein
Yes! But everyone has to have their bacon! Store shelves are lined with it. People don’t think about what gets discarded past the “sell by” date. It’s a vicious cycle. So cheaply manufactured, so BIG FOOD will always put supply before demand.
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