Abdulkadir Özkan: "They've polluted the world, now they're complaining"

Abdulkadir Özkan: "Theyve polluted the world, now theyre complaining"
Date: 8.6.2019 17:00

Milli Gazete columnist Abdulkadir Özkan writes on World Enviroment Day. Here is the full article.

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According to the statement made due to World Environment Day, 91 percent of the world's population can not breathe fresh air. It is not clear how this ratio is obtained, what the degree of accuracy is, but there is no doubt that it is humanity responsible for this pollution. In other words, we are faced with the fact that technological developments make human life easier and raise the level of life on the one hand and the fact that the world is quickly made uninhabitable. However, it is a fact that it is not the developing countries like Africa and Latin America. As a result of the insatiable ambition of the countries that declared themselves as developed, they first turned the world into an open air dump. When they began to see the damage to it, they took away their garbage and threw it into developing countries.
Pollution of the environment was inevitable in a world where consumption was constantly fueled. However, the air became increasingly polluted. Now, according to their own findings and explanations 91 percent of humanity can not breathe fresh air. In fact, they are responsible for the industrial countries which call themselves developed and civilized. Let me point out that if 91 percent of the world's population cannot breathe fresh air, the world has become uninhabitable. In other words, if the world has become a dump and the fresh air has become breathable, the responsible ones have to pay the price first. However, in this world where the strong stock market is crowded, people who have no contribution to this pollution, rather than those polluting the environment and air, have to pay. In short, greedy people make the world uninhabitable.
Of course, it is not only about environmental and air pollution. Millions of people have lost their lives in conflicts and wars in many parts of the world, or those who have had to leave their countries to survive die on the roads. No one has any doubt that it is the savage capitalists who see humanity as slaves to their command and think they have the right to get what they want. At this point, there is a similar situation in some countries which define themselves with various names other than capitalism. In short, if global capital owners, who have made humanity wage slaves, realize that human beings are pulling their own strings before they are late, maybe these insatiable greeders may come to a certain extent and even if this bad course cannot be prevented completely, it can be lightened. However, considering the developments, it is not possible to expect a different behavior from those polluting the world. For this, first of all, those who make the world a real battleground to earn more must first be forced to lay down arms. The slaves' rebellion needs to be forced to give up, considering that they will not do it on their own.
Otherwise, it is not meaningful to declare one day a year in order to draw attention to environmental and air pollution. Because those who make this decision are the first to be responsible for the pollution of the world. In this respect, it doesn't make sense to expect the disease from the microbe to cure the disease. As such, there is a need for a new understanding of humanity, and an understanding that sees human and environment as a whole. It would not be right to expect the solution of this from the colonists. Maybe they can leave the rest of the world to death to protect themselves from this pollution. What they do is no different.


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