I found myself listening, humming along, saying to myself "Now here's a man who says it like it is, somewhat radical, unafraid to state unusual and unpopular remedies for the woes of the state, the economy, the daylight robbery going on in front of our noses, daily."
Suddenly, out of the blue, comes the extraordinary position that somehow the the rest of creation is ours to do what we want with, if it is in the way, in order to allow us the comforts and standard of living we feel we would like.
I am afraid this diminishes the writer.
He sees any attempt to mitigate the current, horrible state of the environment as a conspiracy against the market.
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