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Today large scale habitat destruction, massive soil depletion, extensive deforestation lead to worldwide disruption of natural cycles and the irreversibility of extinction. Today instances of mass extinction occur with greater frequency, greater rapidity and greater impact than at any other time.

Each day 100 living species become extinct, 1,000 acres of peat bogs are excavated and 150,000 acres of tropical rainforest are destroyed. Each day, 2 million tons of toxic waste is dumped in to our rivers and seas, 22 million tons of oil are extracted and 100 million tons of greenhouse gases are released.

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Comment by Michael Grove on February 11, 2011 at 15:45

This IS ecosystem destruction.

 

This IS ECOCIDE

 

and ECOCIDE IS a CRIME

 

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Comment by Michael Grove on February 14, 2011 at 13:15
Keiser Report - Episode 120

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