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Original post made by Not Green, Amador Estates, on Mar 25, 2014

I see that there is a new film coming soon, called "Blue." From the description in this link below, this film is a counter argument to the Green Movement. This film submits that the Green movement is actually producing the opposite of its intended effects, not to mention siphoning millions of tax dollars from hard-working citizens and wasting it on ineffective government programs.

There is a film trailer linked if you open the following link.

I am looking forward to viewing Blue soon. I wonder if any public school teacher will show it to students to balance Al Gore's film "An Inconvenient Truth," which I know has been shown in numerous classrooms.

If interested, here is the link (along with an article discussing it) ...
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Posted by liberalism is a disease
a resident of Birdland
on Mar 26, 2014 at 9:55 am

liberalism is a disease is a registered user.

What may have started out as a well intentioned effort to preserve some areas that had were unique and irreplaceable, was hijacked by greedy leftist snakeoil salemen. Along with the manufactured 'man-made climate change crisis' there's money to be made in carbon credits and other payoff schemes from shills like AlGore prophesizing from his Lear jet.
Many people can see through the pseudo-environmentalists tactics, esepcially those that have lost their private property rights and their ability to conduct business without extensive delays, illogical hurdles and regulations. What was once a quant notion has been reduced to a monolithic impediment.

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