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Pollution Kills More People Than War, AIDS, Malaria Combined

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This isn't even including the current and future deaths from environment adjustment, simply actual chemicals poisoning us to death. John Iadarola, Mark Thompson, and Angelo Carusone, hosts of The Young Turks, discuss. Tell us what you believe in the comment section below. Join TYT:

" Air pollution eliminates at the very least nine million individuals as well as prices trillions of bucks every year, inning accordance with the most detailed global analysis to this day, which cautions the dilemma "threatens the continuing survival of human societies".

Hazardous air, water, soils as well as offices are accountable for the illness that kill one in every 6 people around the world, the landmark record located, and also truth overall might be millions higher since the effect of numerous toxins are badly understood. The deaths associateded with contamination are three-way those from Aids, malaria as well as consumption incorporated.

The substantial majority of the contamination deaths take place in poorer countries and in some, such as India, Chad and also Madagascar, air pollution causes a quarter of all fatalities. The global researchers stated this concern is an extremely pricey drag out developing economies." *.

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29 comments

  1. Posted by hermenutic, at Reply

    So we’ve caught the eco-terrorists.
    I guarantee you not one of these killers will go to jail.
    Why is that?
    This is what real eco-terroism looks like
    9 million corpses,
    and no one goes to jail

    • Posted by Jebus Hypocristos, at Reply

      The eco-terrorist wear a suit and a tie, holds a substantial portfolio and is willing to tolerate anything done to anybody as long as their own personal wealth increases.

    • Posted by XHALE303, at Reply

      Alex Sandru how do u think your plastic keyboard you’re typing on was made? … & yet u bought it,
      who’s the dumb idiot now? In short we are all guity & dumb idiots

    • Posted by XHALE303, at Reply

      Where did i take the high moral ground? oh wait i didnt, just showed u the irony that flew right over your head
      Do u realy believe oil & coal will sustain everyone for another 150years?
      But who needs solutions, a clean planet & independable ecomies that aint controlled by corrupt oil companies
      & petrodollar, when u can run around insulting everyone, to feel smart about yourself? …atleast u dont 🙂
      BTW 1 hamburger equals 2months showering with warm water, so hardly the best way to counter polution
      & i never eat there, not for the envoirement, but because it tastes disguisting, so where is your rant against the MAC? Counter productive, ill informed bullies like you chanting for socialism for the rich, are the real joke

    • Posted by Vegas702, at Reply

      That’s why we need to just hang them AND their families in the night… they’ll change their minds and monetary priorities real quick.

  2. Posted by Urhoboman5, at Reply

    My question is this. We know that the modern fossil fuel industry is price gouging, expensive, violence inducing, environmentally toxic and over all dangerous for the future of humanity. What else can we do to get renewable energy out to the rest of planet as fast as possible?

    • Posted by Samantha Muse, at Reply

      Go read up on “Reinventing Fire.” Amory Lovins has one of many plans to get the world back on track.

    • Posted by Vegas702, at Reply

      Start sabotaging/destroying refinery operations and transport vehicles (when empty)… they’ll have no other choice but to give up and look to the sun and greener pastures.

    • Posted by hermenutic, at Reply

      As long as financial interests favor what we have now that change is not possible, and using violence is the most fruitless thing I can imagine.

      Replace congress. They are culpable in the narcotic epidemic which they are building prisons to address.

      The problem is congress and capitalism as it is now managed.
      Replacing one and reforming the other are necessary if any progress in this is to be achieved.
      Congress is completely responsible for every social problem we have from homelessness to unemployment to drug addiction the finger of blame is on congress. Every damned senator agreed to to allow the flooding of the country with narcotics.
      What greater evil is it necessary for them to do before it is understood they need to be replaced?
      And they have refused to remove Trump from office!

    • Posted by Clint Sänger, at Reply

      Reduce your consumption as much as possible.

    • Posted by humboldthammer, at Reply

      What is coming is the Brotherhood of Men. The Globalists 250-year plan (1776-2026) comes to fruition as more educated people, living more abundantly and freely than ever before in the history of humanity, are joined in a shared world wide experience — EweToo(b) — and Wake Up!! We ARE One. The Third, 1000-year day of Heaven since Jesus taught us the Brotherhood of Men, begins 03/22/30, but we are told He comes sooner.

  3. Posted by Toad Jiang, at Reply

    But starvation and malnutrition kill over ten million people every year, half of them are children under 5.

  4. Posted by Jo McKillop, at Reply

    Trouble is you can’t just say “yee-haw” and blow up pollution, that just spreads the pollution. This fact alone kinda leaves America out of options. 😉

  5. Posted by penguins forall, at Reply

    Another reason why advertising is evil.

  6. Posted by flyte, at Reply

    john it’s funny you suggest cnn show solar panel ads i already see them there and i see more solar power/wind power ads now too

  7. Posted by Mike Harrington, at Reply

    Let Scott Pruitt drink his own piss.

  8. Posted by Stacey Green, at Reply

    Hell, there’s people in the west who LOVE IT that the poor and mid-poor countries where their people are dying off is so high. They don’t even care that all life on earth is effected. They’ll be crying when all of the bees are gone and they barely have any food to eat. We’re destined for destruction.

  9. Posted by Brucifer Mephistopheles, at Reply

    Everyone realizes this except corporate America!

  10. Posted by Hue Man, at Reply

    Humans have come so far but will probably cause their own extinction.

  11. Posted by bftb, at Reply

    Attending to the grazed knee and ignoring the cancer.

  12. Posted by elitemathlete, at Reply

    War aids in a time of malaria.

  13. Posted by Peter Tremblay, at Reply

    And in 5 to 7 years pollution will kill 7 billions but i think it is the only solution to the virus we are! Think 5 to 7 years is too long then rejoice Trump might do it earlier!

  14. Posted by Knight Chime, at Reply

    People are still dying of TB?

  15. Posted by KungFuChess, at Reply

    Living in a city is like smoking a cigarette day.

  16. Posted by Vegas702, at Reply

    When we come to hang the capitalists, they will sell us the rope.

  17. Posted by Enfant d'Omelas, at Reply

    Thank you, TYT.

  18. Posted by Sabina Cruz, at Reply

    I want my tax money allocated to stopping pollution and education and health programs… not war and other bullshit…

  19. Posted by heel fliper, at Reply

    That’s capitalism for ya

  20. Posted by Russell Higgins, at Reply

    YES 60s & 70s anti pollution movement was incredibly successful and pissed off businesses who no doubt saw the light in the global warming debate, which is debateable compared to pollution and could well have coopted it as diversion.