Mongabay, an online enviromentalist publication, carried a story today about four environmentalists gunned down by Peruvian troops protecting illegal logging in the country’s rain forest. Included among the environmentalists who met their unfortunate demise was a man named Edwin Chota. The man is pitched as being a prominent anti-logger, however, when it comes to environmentalists… Read More A tale of two Peru’s?
When making the case for the things they do, ideologues oft times like to espouse a kind of package deal in an attempt to obliterate a legitimate term. Ayn Rand best described this kind of double-speak as: A typical package-deal, used by professors of philosophy, runs as follows: to prove the assertion that there is… Read More Australia and “illegal” logging in Papua New Guinea