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Thursday, December 23, 2004
Hong Kong fades under China's smog Story dated 23 December 2004
"Hong Kong's acclaimed beauty is falling beneath a dense blanket of smog from southern China. Oil -- and especially coal-burning factories and power plants in Hong Kong's neighbor, Guangdong Province, pump about 690,000 tons of sulfur dioxide into the air each year, compared with Hong Kong's 80,000." I only reference this story to point out that the United States is not the only country that pollutes the environments. If the eco-radicals were intellectually honest, they would also attack China. As it stands, the major environmentalist movement is simply anti-American. The so-called 'Green Party' should actually be called the 'Watermelon Party' -- it's green on the outside and red on the inside. The radical environmentalist movement has been the refuge of anti-American communists since the fall of the Soviet Union. _____________________________________________
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