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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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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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#TrumpCult #KochBot Scott Walker out. Trump's next 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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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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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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Albert Pinto 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
is "the relentless consolidation of the tyranny of the past"
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Delsie Gandia 13 Sep 18
The communists burned plenty of carbon also.
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John C. King 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
Another side effect of factory farming.
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NotMe,Us #ChaosAgent #U4J 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
I did notice a small blip in MSN coverage on the "aerosoization" ie spraying, of said hog shit on the neighborhood, ie sacrifice zone. This Florence event could fertilize the rich, though, and that is worse. BTW, Naomi, great work! Please keep it up. Luv Yaz
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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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Keeanga-Yamahtta T. 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
jesus
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TheⓋeganⒶrchist 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
...not to mention a disaster and living hell for the animals!
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Tino Giugno 14 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
And in the end anyway what were they going to do with all that filth? Did they just plan to have it sit there forever? What would be the final end of it if there is one? Where the hell can it be put or neutralized? This is fucking insane. And it can't be the only place like this.
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Lucius 13 Sep 18
Replying to @NaomiAKlein
Must you always make me want to cry, Naomi Klein? You are so right, but it is so, so sad.
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