Why The EPA Needs To Be Terminated

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During the 1960’s, environmentalists like myself bragged about our success stories cleaning up America’s rivers. Now the EPA is doing the exact opposite. On the same week they laid out their plan to destroy America’s energy infrastructure and vast tracts of land with “green energy” – they  destroyed the Colorado River Basin

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h/t Dave Stealey

The Environmental Protection Agency  is no longer protecting the environment – rather they are destroying it. That is why they need to be terminated.

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12 Responses to Why The EPA Needs To Be Terminated

  1. The Environmental Protection Agency
    Has been renamed,
    And the Environmental Pollution Agency
    Is now how it’s framed;
    Not just content with destroying
    American energy production,
    It now wants to ensure
    The environment’s destruction!

    http://rhymeafterrhyme.net/2015/08/08/the-pseudo-morals-of-a-pseudo-science/

  2. Sean says:

    If you want to fight EPA you need to frame things differently. EPA has imposed its authority so broadly, its made several other agencies and departments redundant (such as the Dept of Energy). Start threatening to eliminate the redundancies and watch the agencies destroy one another with in-fighting.

  3. omanuel says:

    You are right, Steven, we were hoodwinked by Stalin’s “doublespeak”: Titles that actually convey the opposite meaning of the words used

    EPA: Environmental Protection Agency destroys the environment’s natural benefits to society and aesthetic beauty.

    DOE: Prohibits public knowledge of the most basic source of energy (E) stored as mass (m) in the cores of heavy atoms, planets, stars, galaxies and the universe – e.g., NEUTRON REPULSION CONVEYS LIFE TO INANIMATE MATTER.

    PhD: Stalin’s most skilled propaganda artists described as doctors of philosophy and winners of societies most prestigious awards for public service.

  4. gator69 says:

    210 million gallons of crude in the 643 quadrillion gallon Gulf of Mexico, or 3 million gallons of toxic sludge in the Animas River. A company that provides a lifesaving commodity, or an out of control bureaucracy that is killing economies, ecosystems, and people. Which is the real disaster?

  5. Chewer says:

    It’s not the EPA, but rather a delusional sub-species of mankind that does not learn from the past and ignores or blocks out the reality that they cannot impose their will on we fellow sub-species without starting a war.
    Elevated fear of those around them and the perceived threats to Gaia cause their twisted views of reality, but a communist approach to tackling our wicked ways must be the answer!

    • darrylb says:

      I have been in contact with Willie Soon, and I have a have a lot of respect for him.
      He will take the high road regardless of which way the political or scientific winds are blowing

  6. darrylb says:

    Like many institutions, the EPA did have some needed value when it was formed,
    however, as the saying goes ‘Power corrupts…..’
    ….and any human endeavor, without checks and balances in place, and even then, will
    corrupt itself.
    In the U.S. of America, a tremendous, unheard of, political experiment, self correcting
    with three prongs of government has been accelerating in its self destruction process,
    because two of the branches have expanded well beyond their limits and the third has
    been woefully anemic in curtailing the process. Sad!

    I am of the belief that a half century from now, the agw fiasco will be used as a
    terrific example of how not to do things, and will be a significant, but painful, learning experience.

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