I'm afraid we don't have enough campaigners of the ilk of Mr Lerner. For far too long large corporations & governments have been poisoning the world in which we live. The enormity of what they are doing will only be unearthed by future generations. We must ALL stand up and fight, become activists if you like, it's the only way!
posted by amanda wyles
October 8, 2011
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