Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Cambridge, MA, USA City Councilor continues environmental con gam

Last night, Cambridge City Councilor Craig Kelley gave a speech on environmentalism to a fake environmental group associated with the Cambridge Machine.

The continuing lie from the Machine including all city councilors, insofar as I am aware, on environmentalism is (1) they are saving the world and (2) how dare you expect them to refrain from destroying the environment in Cambridge, MA, i.e. to respect the world around us in Cambridge.

That, as is very common, is exactly the opposite of reality, how things are done in the real world.

As irresponsible as the fake Cambridgeport Neighborhood Association behaved in its last meeting, they did at least have a responsible guest, the gentleman who did the radar scan of Magazine Beach. This, of course, is part of the continuing lie of concern for Magazine Beach on the fake group side, but the gentleman was for real.

He is an advanced degree candidate in the environmental field and he, like all normal people, defines environmentalism as concern for the world around us.

In Cambridge the environmental destruction and heartless animal abuse on the Charles River combines with the mass animal killings and environmental destruction at Alewife and a lot of other outrages. The destruction is very commonly part of truly bizarre projects, bizarre projects which quite simply cannot be justified on their own merits. The Machine mouths the lies of the incumbents that they are environmental saints. By repeating the non stop lies, they all keep the environmental destruction going.

And they lie their way around their environmental destruction and animal killing and abuse with their secret definition of environmentalism, a definition that Kelley has always proclaimed.

I did not bother go into Kelley’s con game. I realize a miracle could have occurred and he could have suddenly discovered meaningful concern for the world around us. I do not believe in miracles, but I would love to be proven wrong, meaningfully proven wrong.