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Re: Intentions are good (Score: 1)
by RedPill on Wednesday, April 23, 2003 @ 16:12:00 EDT
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I think there intentions may be good but I agree that you shouldn't make a specific country's citizens suffer because of a few bad politicians or businessmen/women. I also think that they meant well with the moving of the device from one country to another to stop countries seeking cheap labor outside their own and exporting it. Specifically in the US where manufacturing jobs have declined significantly. I think they want to prevent their technology from being used as a political toll which is why they prevented the US government from licensing it. We all know the US government would use it as a tool for political purposes.


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Re: GWE is a tad scary! Wanting to take over the world? (Score: 0)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, April 23, 2003 @ 16:28:36 EDT
I noticed that about GWE right at the beginning, but I don't see it as scary. I also don't see it as window dressing. They didn't need to insist on those terms since (if what they say is true, and after much deep consideration I've concluded it must be), everyone would want what they have and why would they limit the amount of money they could make for the sake of window dressing? I see their position as positive. If you think about it, what's wrong with insisting on people being treated fairly and ethically? So much of world policy revolves around the need for energy. Who has it, who needs it, and what countries will morally compromise to get it. To me it's kind of refreshing to see people with the courage to insist on making life better for the average people of the world if governments want to benefit from something private individuals have created. I APPLAUD GWE. All of humanity would have owned the technology if world leaders had got together responsibly to solve the world's energy and environmental problems. GWE did it and it rightfully belongs to them with my sincere thanks and congratulations.


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