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Pollution

Environmental pollution ...where to start?

What moves the people so much at the moment is above all the visible pollution, garbage mountains in China, Africa, India ... no garbage from there, it comes mainly from Europe. The plastic swirls in the oceans, plastic on the coasts, plastic everywhere. Thanks to "round up", pesticides enjoy a dubious reputation. The car manufacturers are in the headlines, fine dust and CO¬≤ is on everyone's lips. Coal combustion for power generation also shares this bad reputation. Soil in agriculture is contaminated including groundwater, almost all over the world, Fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides,  fungicides, but also heavy metals and recently it is found that there is also micro-plastic and even tire abrasion. In some regions, heavy metals are increasingly found in drinking water. Toxins are measured in vegetables, even on so-called organic markets. In the urine of the people, the plasticizers from the plastic, are pointed out, we do not even know what this stuff does in a person's body. Apart from the anxiety which comes from atmospheric warming, there are, of course, direct consequences that are demonstrable or proven. Allergies are increasing, the body defences are dwindling, the intelligence of the people is diminishing, this has recently been proven in studies.

Nevertheless, there are leaders who consider all this to be a bad advertising campaign or at least that's what they say

But it's not just what from environmental pollution ends up in our food and affects us directly

Micro-plastics enters the body via the food chain, all possible poisonous substances are found in urine, we already know that. It is also what the manufacturers mix us into our food and drinks, too much fat, sugar and salt, then flavor enhancers, dyes, thickeners and preservatives. We are the dustbin of the food industry.

Health effects

The question is not how long it will be possible for us, the question is, how long we can withstand

That's the way it is when we put our lives in the hands of profit maximization. It must become clear to us that under the dictates of profit maximization for the purpose of covering interest and returns of the capital, there can now be no environmental protection operated. It can operate at all no returnable bottle system and also a recycling can not and will not take place, unless the taxpayer takes care of it.  Then a litre of a sweet drink costs no more $ 2 rather $ 200, which is the true price for this and other drinks, "You can't beat the feeling". A free market economy is characterized by ever poorer service and goods at ever higher prices. “We Americans have the best beef”, he said and I was just horrified.


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