Random Quotes 295#

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“The youngsters have it right, it’s their future especially not just ours – they are taking the action where we failed to do so! I completely support what they are doing, standing up for and representing – and if you are inconvenienced by their actions – well tough – tough shit to you – wake up and smell the crumbling planet!!”

Rory Matier

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“Men argue. Nature acts.”

Voltaire

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“Because, underneath all of this is the real truth we have been avoiding: climate change isn’t an “issue” to add to the list of things to worry about, next to health care and taxes. It is a civilizational wake-up call. A powerful message—spoken in the language of fires, floods, droughts, and extinctions—telling us that we need an entirely new economic model and a new way of sharing this planet. Telling us that we need to evolve.”

Naomi Klein

3 thoughts on “Random Quotes 295#

    1. In some respects yes, in other respects the past is the past – we have to work towards the future goals.

      Currently with conservation it doesn’t matter in some respects about the past because what is done is done, what we need to do is concentrate upon improving the future.

      Responsibility needs to be addressed for the now.

      Over here, l have seen students criticising the history from the past – it’s called history for a reason – we cannot correct what happened 100 years ago no matter how many arguments are brought up about it – we always need to work towards the future by learning from the mistakes of the past. My biggest concern is that seemingly we never even from our mistakes.

      What lunatic thought it was okay to dump munitions and radioactive waste into the sea is beyond my intelligence, obviously they didn’t have the intelligence or the responsibility to forward think.

      So we can critique the past as much as want, but only if we learn something from it as in what NOT to do, now the responsibility is protecting what is left and working towards a better future before it is too late.

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