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There is a full page ad in the New York Times today it shows the six winners of the 20120.
Goldman prize full grassroots environmental activists.
Six winners from six different conference with won the thing in common.
Here's my take on no stop don't do it.
That's what the six activists have in common they all won the stopping something.
A road through a forest pesticide -- offshore drilling a hydroelectric dam.
A nickel mine.
To win this prize you've got to stand in the way of something you've got to be an activist who -- a halt say no stop it.
The premise of this prize is that nothing -- must change.
My question is why don't you get a prize for doing something.
Making something inventing something liberating.
Why does the negative the know will win the prize a not a positive the yes.
At a lot of the luddites.
They will follow was of Ned loved and englishmen in the early eighteen hundreds -- follow was went around smashing the machinery in what would then newfangled factories.
They didn't want progress they with the original no lose the first stop -- brigade.
Modern environmental activists are a faint echo of the law -- passed its -- but they echo is that.
Personally I would be far more likely to support causes -- off for something rather than always against -- isn't that America.
We don't know -- river us we make things happen that when.
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