Thomas Friedman speaks about crowded planet


When I heard this on the radio I thought I had turned into a religious station, cause it sounds just like a Sunday morning sermon. I posted it to show that for some people Global Warming is a religion.

Thomas Friedman, New York Times columnist and author of "Hot, Flat and Crowded." (Nancy Ostertag/Getty Images for AFI)


Do these people never look out the window when on an airplane?

fact: over 90% of the people live on less than 6% of the land.

fact: Mahatten Island is crowded.
fact: The Dakotas and Wyoming (for example) are not.


Land is just another resource they want to deny to us, after oil, coal, oxygen, water, uranium, and many more. The political elites are today's equivalent of monarchs, and they've decided us common people shall live crammed together in high density cities, and all the resources we may use are solar and wind. We're their cattle, and we got no right to consume their resources, this is what hides behind the "climate change" mask.

Well said. The thing that gets me is he almost admits that Global Warming doesn't exist and that is just a made up scare tactic to tax us into a different way of life.

Clueless, absolutely clueless. This guy knows about as much about "global warming" as he knows about the Olympics. Last I knew, the triathalon is NOT an Olympic event. But, hey, why should we be so anal as to expect factual information from the globe-is-warming crowd?

Just found this great quote:

When we get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, we shall become as corrupt as Europe .
Thomas Jefferson

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