Hipster_Nebula wrote:Nothing can be done by this tiny little country. It takes the biggest polluting countries like China, America India Russia etc to all sit down and agree to something.
I was actually right now (im away at the moment) going to come back and say something along these lines to Okocha but my gripe was against the protesters stopping people for going to work potentially getting a docted pay due to turning up late etc due to this.
It's not fair on the public to endure this shit from these protesters stopping them going on their daily travels to work earning a living especially when some are so close to the bread line!
Why is it that this kind of protest is always funded by some asshole who has tons of money and flies (hypocrite already!) to the UK to participate and the other bunch look like a bunch of squatters who need a bloody good wash.
Are you telling me that all these people gluing themselves together are happy to lose a days pay for this bollocks?
I bet half of the inbreds haven't a clue what they are "fighting" for and are the usual who take the usual spliffs etc.
Hipster is right in how China is. With the industry in a lot of provinces, it is like the UK was up north all those years ago with smog. They even have to have days where factories have to close down it's that bad and everyone walks round wearing masks when they are outside. This is true from experience.
Thailand is the same. We have a 3.0 diesel Toyota Fortuner and a 2.2 diesel Ford Ranger on the drive but there isn't much choice otherwise for a greener car like the UK.
Everyone has a heavy diesel car not only for work but the petrol is still peanuts here.
Thailand usese a lot of plastic and one exaple when I went into 7-11 was I could buy a single banana that was wrapped in plastic with a barcode on. Was that necessary? No! They could have stuck the barcode on the baanana as we don't eat the skin.
We use plastic straws etc. Nobody gives a shit here.
So as Hipster says that with our little Island, it doesn't mate a jot of difference if we did make a considerable improvement to the climate.