Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Andrei Our clean green future after the Greens clean green policies are implemented

This picture is from clean green Mali. The women are skinny not because they diet but most likely because they are infested with bilharzia, a parasite picked up from snails that live in their clean green waterways.

These women will be lucky to see their fiftieth birthday, the life expectancy in their green clean country with its clean green waterways being 52.61 years according to the latest estimates.

Of course there is no industry to speak of in Mali and agriculture is er well basic and at a subsistence level so there is no money for things like water reticulation (which could deal with the bilharzia) or sewerage which would help eliminate some of the other maladies that blight the lives of the people of Mali.

The truth is, my friends, life for people in New Zealand in 1900 was not that much different than the life these people are living today - a little better perhaps but not much. The difference is that today we have money to pay for water reticulation and sewerage so we don't have to concern ourselves over water born diseases too much - in fact we don't give them much thought because apart from a rare case of giardiasis we never see them. And our life expectency is 80.3 years old or so.

And do you know who generated the wealth that enabled us to do this?

Those filthy polluting dairy farmers for the most part.

1 comment(s):

Marian said...

Andrei.

In the sychophant world of Green Marxists.

'And our life expectency is 80.3 years old or so.'

That life expectancy is too high.

'the life expectancy in their green clean country with its clean green waterways being 52.61 years according to the latest estimates.'

The Mali life expectancy is more preferable to them!

It's all about saving Gaia from our CO2 emissions and western lifestyle, etc!

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