Sanjayan described a venture he took with his niece to a New England aquarium.
While he initially insisted she leave her tablet computer in car because it
would distract her, he finally relented. It was, ultimately, the best choice he
could have made, he said.No, it was the best choice she made. His
comment was an elitist who thinks he knows what is good for all. Conservancy is
good but it does nothing to solve the problem of poverty.
Re: "Conservancy is good but it does nothing to solve the problem of
poverty."Actually, conservancy -- at least as practices by the
Nature Conservancy -- is not good, and produces, rather than alleviates
poverty.Many of the thousands of "environmental easements"
bought by these unscrupulous elitist tree huggers, took advantage of desperate
farm and ranch families, promising they could continue to engage in agriculture
on their land, only to point, much too late, to the fine print that makes the
family farm or ranch useless, not just for agriculture, but for any human
use.Which was the tree hugger intent from the beginning.Smart people avoid the Nature Conservancy like the plague.