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I didn’t listen to or read Obama’s ration of shit to appease the left.  He’s clearly in campaign mode, and a known liar to boot.  The wreck list at Kos is full of credulousness and praise and donations, whereas Lambert mocked Booman’s swooning response, and Ian Welsh rolled his eyes and welcomed us all to 1970’s style stagflation.  Msnbc’s Ed Schultz said he hallucinated that he wrote Obama’s speech his-own-goddamned-self.  Woot!   Should I mention that Moe Lane of redstate is finally done with President Obama?  Moe’s now on a steady diet of spinach and fear-factor worms to fight to the finish.  “Oy,” as they say.

Meanwhile, whassup with the cheese-eating surrender monkey-frogs?  Punching “above their weight” in Libya and Cote de Ivoire, and shit.  Damn, French people!  Y’all are going post-colonial apeshit, and shit.  Like a real super-power.  Wasn’t that long ago (9/11, 2001) when my homey Olivier and y’all were tittering in American ivory tower elevators about righteous blowback for American over-reach in the very hour when Americans were being consumed in flames.  To the extent that the official 9/11 story is true, which is probably not very, you were right, Olivier, of course, but still, you’re a fucking savage.

Who can put a Price on the Environment?

EcoEconomics in a Nutshell

Our free market economy is nothing more than a huge auction called ‘Supply and Demand’, which – very efficiently – puts a price on on everything.

The problem is that it allows us to sell everything – the last drop of oil, the last tree, the last fish, the last of everything. It’s called growth – but it is, obviously, growth into oblivion – the exact opposite of EcoEconomics. It is a fatal flaw of our present economic system.

Or, as Greenpeace puts it: “When the last tree is cut, the last river poisoned, and the last fish dead, we will discover that we can’t eat money…”


The eco-economic price for a natural resource is, therefore, the price you would have to pay if our planet were to release that resource only at a sustainable level.

Who can put a Price on the Environment?  … We all should.

Afterall if we end up decimating the planet’s EcoSystems —  trying to sell off their once abundant natural resources — We can’t eat the money … or gold either, can we?