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News item; Green Count Souls

I heard or read that the U.S. produces more plastic then the oriental countries. Yes it may be true, but what we are talking or balking about more is the quality and uses.

Conduits, pipes, buckets, *car parts, garbage bins, milk crates… plastics that are meant to last years. Are they the ones made in the U.S.?

It is the cheap plastic imports that are the problem. Toys, pretend tools, containers, decorations, all the three time use then garbage.

We have enough of these junk stuff to in our stores to last us another ten years.

We have to stop manufacturing products that have no use, quality, or demand.

Products of need are different then those of want and desire.

I say cancel all orders of “Junk Plastics” and products. Why bring in or manufacture more?

Send back all unopened boxes of identified garbage. (90% of the dollar or two stores).

If there was ever a fire in those “plastic” stores, the toxic fumes would be very harmful to all life.

There are so many little things that Governments can do to stop this suicidal tendency of Mankind but the laws and procedures of the lands do not allow it. Free market reigns.

Our Freedom also includes, Freedom to Waste and Destroy.

Do we not hate what we have become?

Where and which direction you want to go in the future is up to you.

“Green Count Souls” Is it the number of souls lost because of our destructive ways, or, the number of people that will live and be healthier if we go Very Green Globally.

  • As the personal automobile will go the demand for plastic car parts will fade.

KingGDerome

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A person who sees, cares, has, doable attainable, plans ideas Visions of a better world for all life. Global person ignored by the in power wealthy spoiled arrogant and at times ignorant and very controlling. Hiding behind their evolved words and ways. Words are mightier then the sword, only and if, they are echoed!
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