Here is yet another reason why I have never bothered to “RECYCLE”. I have come to understand, discern, TO KNOW, that anything being pandered by this government, its media, and its political left, right or middle is never going to be beneficial to me, the planet or any other human being.
All of this “GREEN” bullshit is just that, BULLSHIT! Who benefits? This is the question I have learned to ask, before I buy into and commit to anything. If it’s local, and you know of the people involved in trying to preserve the planet and humanity, then by all means, TAKE PART! But if not, then you are simply playing the part of another “sucker born every minute”!
The same criminal assholes who are making trillions on fossil fuels also own the “GREEN” industry. They sit back and make fools out of many of you, while at the same time, raking in billions and billions of dollars for their fake, worthless products. For instance, why do you think there is mercury in the new light bulbs? Why would any “GREEN” product contain a toxic metal like mercury? If you break one of these “planet savers”, you are required, by law, to have a HAZMET team come and clean your house, and at your expense.
And the list goes on…
Fort Smith residents shocked to discover their recyclables were being dumped with regular trash
Friday, May 12, 2017
by: Frances Bloomfield
(Natural News) What would you do if you found out your recycling efforts were all for nothing? This was the question faced by Fort Smith, Ark. homeowners after they were told by city officials that their recyclables were being dumped into the city landfill. Though rather than being a recent incident, the covert recyclable disposal has been underway since November 2016, reports TalkBusiness.net. After Green Source Recycling Center, a third-party garbage collector in Clarksville, stopped taking the city’s materials, all gathered recyclables since that time were being redirected to the Fort Smith Landfill.
“Over time, Green Source reduced the amount of material it could take from Fort Smith, due in part to limits on the amount of material they could process according to their permit from ADEQ (Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality). With no vendor accepting recyclables, the city chose to dispose of such material in the landfill until the city could secure a recycling processing contract,” Cal Geffken, Fort Smith city administrator, explained…
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