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Re: [GreenYes] Paul Cato's messages
I am getting tired of Dr. Paul Cato individually responding to comments 
made on the GreenYes listserve and trying to intimidate people from not 
participating in the dialog that this listserve was established 
for.  GreenYes was established by Steve Suess in 1996-97 when he was tired 
of diatribes at the time being made against the environment.  He wanted 
those who are committed to preserving the environment to have a vehicle to 
express their views, and to work together to improve the environment.

I know that there are some who monitor this listserve to understand the 
environmental perspective, and that is part of having an open 
system.  However, I call upon the GreenYes list administrators to develop a 
policy that will block access to anyone who is clearly using the list to 
undermine the listserve's established purposes.  I nominate Dr. Paul Cato 
to be evaluated in that regard.

Gary Liss

At 12:17 PM 05/18/01 -0700, you wrote:
>Dr. Cato
>
>Your racial comments do not have a place on this listserve.
>
>Are you related to the CATO Institute? Please tell me about the "sorry
>alternatives." The "sorry alternatives" I know about are nuclear power,
>coal, and oil. The "real alternatives" are:
>
>1) CONSERVATION
>2) Wind Power
>3) Solar Power
>4) Conservation
>
>Calling them alternatives is misleading as they are proven technologies
>while the others -- nukes, coal, and oil -- cannot survive without trillions
>of dollars in annual government subsidies and protection which benefit only
>the corporations and not the consumers.
>
>Diversely sorry president Bush's idea is based on greed -- cold-hearted,
>blue-blooded, unforgiving greed.
>
>Furthermore, a large percentage of citizens in the US still believe the
>industry myth that nuclear power is clean.
>
>Industry has been protected from their own shortsightedness and greed by
>legislators creating a situation where citizens will be paying for nuclear
>waste long after anyone remembers where it came from, and quite possibly,
>that it is toxic at all.
>
>Industry also manages to conceal the fact that the fuel for the nuclear
>plants is created using massive amounts of coal-fired power generated by
>outdated plants that spew mercury, NOx and other pollutants directly into
>the air.
>
>Also not mentioned by the nuclear industry is the devastation to the land by
>strip-mining and spoils, followed closely by combustion coal waste being
>dumped into open pits to destroy the streams and ground water.
>
>The other sorry alternatives - coal, oil, etc.  -- follow the same type of
>logic. Clean coal, clean nuclear, clean oil, clean gas... all the same myth
>from the same corporations.
>
>Best regards,
>Paul
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <UPGAS@aol.com>
>To: <gottlich@infi.net>
>Sent: Friday, May 18, 2001 7:53 AM
>Subject: Re: [GreenYes] Good Morning Vietnam!
>
>
> > Friday
> >
> >
> > Well, Paul, just look at the alternatives.
> >
> > Blacks back to Africa and the Caribbean. Hispanics back to Mexico, Central
> > and South America. You people better wake up and look at the sorry
> > alternatives before you keep wining about minorities.
> >
> > Dr. Paul Cato
> > Atlanta, Georgia
>
>



Gary Liss
916-652-7850
Fax: 916-652-0485






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