March photos near the Charles River, Cambridge, MA, USA, publication 2
These photos are a strong example to those who say “They would never stoop so low” with regard to Cambridge, MA and its friends.
This false impression comes from the non stop lies of environmental sainthood which very consistently are lies of omission. English translation: flat out corruption.
These photos are taken of the block of Vassar Street, Cambridge, behind the Hyatt Regency Cambridge hotel, which, in turn, is a block east of the Destroyed Nesting Area of the Charles River White Geese and on the opposite side of Memorial Drive.
This block used to be filled with a ceiling which was a canopy of massive trees whose base were on the left sidewalk. Those magnificent trees vastly dwarfed the excellent trees on the right.
The road bends, the destroyed trees were nearly visible from Memorial Drive.
Why were these excellent trees destroyed? A corrupt, city government with contempt for the values of decent human beings is my translation.
The “planners” were planting saplings the length of Vassar Street and, in my opinion, they wanted all the trees consistent. These now destroyed massive, excellent trees would dwarf their saplings. So the excellent trees were casually destroyed.
This corruption exactly fits the plans to destroy hundreds excellent trees on Memorial Drive between Magazine Beach and the Longfellow Bridge.
It exactly fits the destruction at Alewife. It exactly fits the destruction at Magazine Beach. It exactly fits the heartless animal abuse of the Charles River White Geese.
A close look on the left will reveal the saplings planted by this corrupt government.
Our last post from this photo session may be viewed at: http://charlesriverwhitegeeseblog.blogspot.com/2012/04/charles-river-white-geese-stirrings-of.html
This earlier post presents Photos 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 24, 25 from the 3/10/12 photo session.