To the Editor:

Once upon a time there was a state called South Nopolis. Most of the state used to be agricultural, until some New York slicksters came in to save Mother Earth from global warming. They came in with such scams as global warming, windmill easement and now carbon capture, where you are paid to take land out of use in a hungry world, some parts of which are afflicted by famine.

Some of the slicksters are very imaginative. It is not known if Senator Tho-nothing, had anything to do with this, but it seems there was a proposal to shift South Nopolis into textiles and specialize in making fancy clothes for the somewhat overweight wealthy hunters coming to hunt also overweight pheasants (so fat they can hardly outrun and overweight hunter let alone a bullet).

More schemes for reviving the economy of Nopolis:

  • Destroying the most efficient “solar” plants in the world (crops) and covering the land with 10 percent efficient and polluting solar panels;

  • Installing expensive, unreliable and intermittent windmills (relying on expert advice from Texas on this matter), which will triple the price to the consumer (like in Denmark), and create subsonic noises and flickering and mysterious illnesses in people and animals, while killing birds and bats.

  • Taking 30 percent of federal land out of production by 2030.

  • Making transparent suits for emperors without any clothes.

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Lyndon LaRouche and I have been warning about these things: don’t chase will-o-the-wisps; we need hard commodities and more food.

We need 1,000 nuclear plants for cheap, reliable electricity ASAP in the USA and many more world wide.

We need canals and pipelines to bring water down from the Yukon and Alaska to the rest of the country and to funnel water into the Ogallala aquifer during flooding to fuel the most massive industrial and agricultural expansion in world history. JFK was the last president we had going in this direction. That means Glass Steagall and parity prices for farmers.

Then we could increase the population and secure a future.

Ron Wieczorek

Mount Vernon