Relentless and nauseating can be two words that describe the diatribes from someone who considers” humans are 10th degree maggots”!
Yesterday over 8,000 “students” played “hookie” to attend a wank-fest hosted by David Suzuki at the WFCU Centre in Windsor to hear more outrageous doom and gloom from Dr. Fly.
CBC’s created celebrity was in rare form where he blames Mother Earth’s ultimate demise on humans development by Industrializing the human condition which of course has led us out of the mud hut existence and short life spans of a de-industrialized survival stage in living conditions!
He actually thinks that we should all go back to a subsistence style of living much like most Third World countries are “enjoying” today!
How long the world will tolerate this tripe and insanity is beyond all human reasoning!
And for 8,000 “students” to applaud this attack on their very lives and achievements in a better quality of life with technology begs disbelief!
After 150,000 years of human development and 100 years of ever accelerating industrialization and urbanization, we’re just a decade or two from irreversible environmental damage and it’s up to this generation to apply the brakes.
That was the message Canada’s leading environmentalist, David Suzuki, brought to more than 8,000 students at the WFCU Centre on Thursday.
Despite the sobering warning, the famed biologist, author, broadcaster and activist was enthusiastically received at his Wake Up Canada event.
Environmentalist. author and broadcaster David Suzuki, is introduced to a large audience of students at WFCU Centre in Windsor, Ont., for a live broadcast by TVCogeco Thursday April 25, 2013. (NICK BRANCACCIO/The Windsor Star)
“You see, my generation and those that followed, we partied like there was no tomorrow and forgot that there were consequences,” Suzuki said. “We now see the results of living so extravagantly in the ’50s, ’60s, ’70s…. My generation left a legacy that you will have to deal with.”
Suzuki, whose address will be aired across Ontario on TV Cogeco, said that for the first 150,000 years of human existence, people lived within the laws and exigencies of the natural world, first as hunter-gatherers, later as farmers — their existence dependent on their relationship to the environment. That, he said, began to change with industrialization and the pace picked up steam as a result of mass urbanization in the last century.