It’s not like we did something wrong
We just burned down the church
While the choir within
sang a ree-ligious so-0ng
And it’s not like we thought we was right
We just played with the wheels
of a passenger train
That cracked on the tracks one night
Here is a challenge for you all out there. Can anyone formulate an argument that would lend weight to the idea that environmentalism, the movement as a whole, was responsible for less than 90% of the killings?
Its simply ludicrous to suggest that they were not responsible for any of the killings. Particularly after the six metre revelation. What was the relevance of six metres one wonders? A Freudian slip of sorts since they were really thinking about the six feet they wanted to put people under?
So with regulations like that its not plausible to let environmentalism, the movement taken as a whole, off the hook for each and every last death. But I’m wondering if someone can put forward a convincing argument that lets them off the hook for 10% of the deaths? Or if you are successful at that surely not 20%?
Thats a challenge to throw out there. Me I think its impossible to make a plausible case in that direction. Perhaps if you were asked to statistically forgive the environmentalists for 5% of the deaths you might make a convincing case?
Who knows until someone tries it?
And On the whole
Its was a very good year
for the undertaker
Yes its true that if class actions are taken against various manifestations of environmentalist hate, that all in all it will mostly be just a very good year for the lawyers. But still these things need to go ahead. And this is where many millionaires of middling or just outside of the newspaper ranks have to start contributing to these legal actions to pose costs on the fascist movement. We must make these people a bit punch-shy or drain them of resources or both. Or else there will be more killing because as we have seen they are totally without repentance and humility in the face of what they have acheived.