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Poland's Coal Paradox   Science and Tech

Started 20-Sep by Sand_Grain; 2373 views.
MelanGEE

From: MelanGEE

21-Sep

How can anyone trust the media reports after all the lies they usually spread these days?

AuntBetsie

From: AuntBetsie

22-Sep

Another Coal War?

Deadly 1921 coal miner revolt in West Virginia remembered

Fox16.com|20 days ago
Fed up with poor wages, work and living conditions, thousands of coal miners a century ago marched in an effort to unionize in West Virginia, resulting in a deadly clash
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AuntBetsie

From: AuntBetsie

22-Sep

In 1920, southern West Virginia had the nation’s largest concentration of nonunion miners. Company towns were prevalent and oppressive. Miners lived in employer-built encampments and were paid in private company currency, called scrip.

HerbSouth

From: HerbSouth

23-Sep

Your world under a grain of sand!!!!!

Weasel (poptardo)

From: Weasel (poptardo)

24-Sep

We all need the coal to get the TURBINE rolling! smiley joy

Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

24-Sep

She suffers from Spoiled Bitch Syndrome.

Yes. That "expert" somehow gets INVITED to speak at the UN or a crowd of Hollywood "Influencers".  She has a Rothschild handler who approves the prepared speeches.

Environmental pollution is mainly done by China and India.  Half of Chinese rivers are heavily polluted from dye where blue jeans are made.

I recall a mayor of a Chinese city refused $20.000 to swim in the river for 30 minutes.

Greta Thunberg  DARE not go to those places and ask "HOW DARE YOU" ?

She reckons the sky will fall in exactly 697 days unless we pay HIGHER TAXES NOW.

  • Edited 24 September 2021 5:22  by  Harold27Z
Weasel (poptardo)

From: Weasel (poptardo)

24-Sep

So what happened to "though shall not steal from your neighbors " and all that ancient Moses quatsch? 

     joy 

Sand_Grain

From: Sand_Grain

24-Sep

That was funny, and not so far from reality!  joy

Weasel (poptardo)

From: Weasel (poptardo)

29-Sep

Trying to lighten things up, because a lot of the polical issues are insanely harsh and daft!

Desperate China backflips on Australian coal

A bitter trade dispute between China and Australia helped spark a coal shortage -- and now Beijing has been forced into a backflip.

Andrew Backhouse October 7, 2021 - 6:09PM

China, caught in the grips of a power crunch, has begun unloading Australian coal shipments despite an unofficial import ban. Extreme weather, a surge in demand and strict orders from Beijing to reduce carbon emissions have sparked an electricity crisis in China.

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https://www.news.com.au/finance/economy/desperate-china-backflips-on-australian-coal/news-story/a95b66b707a25dfda11104702bcb63b5

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