"An industrial capitalist society that does not recognize ecological limits but only perpetual economic expansion and has the profit motive as driver, will eventually consume and destroy itself."
"But we will all be taken down with it."
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2 T. oil (30 ml)Add:
1 large onion, choppedFry until golden brown
1-inch piece ginger root, grated, or ½ t. ground ginger
1 lb. spinach, chopped (500g) (4-5 c./1-1.3 L)Cook about 10 minutes.
1/8 t. ground red pepper
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 inch cinnamon stick
1 tomato, choppedCook about 10 minutes or untill most of liquid is absorbed.
1 c. cottage cheese (250 ml)
¼ c. water
½ t. ground cuminserve on rice or chapatis
Agony never made a society quit fighting, as far as I know. A society has to be captured or killed--or offered things it values. While Germany was being tortured during the Second World War, with justice, may I add, its industrial output and the determination of its people increased. Hitler, according to Albert Speer, couldn't even be bothered with marveling at the ruins or comforting the survivors. The Biafrans were tortured simultaneously by Nigerians, Russians and British. Their children starved to death. The adults were skeletons. But they fought on.
One wonders now where our leaders got the idea that mass torture would work to our advantage in Indochina. It never worked anywhere else. They got the idea from childish fiction, I think, and from a childish awe of torture.
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