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Naomi Klein Breaks a Taboo

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate, Klein's much-anticipated new book, is both surprisingly hopeful and deeply personal as she deftly weaves in her story of struggling to conceive her first child while researching the potential collapse of the natural world.
to read the interview with Naomi Klein published on September 12, 2014, click on

 https://indypendent.org/2014/09/12/interview-naomi-klein-breaks-taboo

homepage: homepage: http://www.freembtranslations.net
address: address: www.climateandcapitalism.com


potential collapse of the natural world? 17.Sep.2014 14:06

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How does that happen exactly?

Isn't that an oxy-moron?

If the world collapses isn't that natural?

I mean even if man causes it, man is an indigenous animal that evolved on planet earth (unless you believe in Genesis), and therefore anything man does from start global thermonuclear wars to create dioxin is a completely natural process of a species living in its native environment..

Who D'ya Think Owns Naomi Klein? 17.Sep.2014 14:32

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NationMaster.com — Naomi Klein — The 2005 Global Intellectuals Poll
 http://www.statemaster.com/encyclopedia/Naomi-Klein

Klein ranked 11th in the The 2005 Global Intellectuals Poll, a list of the world's top 100 public intellectuals compiled by Prospect magazine[1] in conjunction with Foreign Policy magazine. She was the highest ranked woman on the list. Prospect based the list and its rankings entirely on an Internet poll.[2][3][4]
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Not you, obviously.