TED STEINBERG—A day after Naomi Klein’s essay appeared, [basically leaving capitalism off the hook], George Monbiot argued that no one wants to ask the tough questions about the coastal flooding spawned during Hurricane Harvey because to do so would be to challenge capitalism—a system wedded to “perpetual growth on a finite planet”—and call into question the very foundations of “the entire political and economic system.” Of the two choices, I vote for Monbiot’s interpretation.
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Make every homeless tranny
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