Monday, December 15, 2014
Palm Trees true to Pepsi
Palm Trees "true" to Pepsi
The Pepsi Cola Company is releasing a new product called “Pepsi True” only to be sold on Amazon. Outraged environmentalists have harassed Amazon over this product. It caused Amazon to remove the product then subsequently placed it back for sale.
The objection to the soda is part of the ingredients include palm oil (oil from palm trees). The self-appointed guardians of the planted claim rain forest (jungles) are being cleared to provide the palm oil needed for the soda. In essences these environmentalists are anti-capitalist. The palm tree is a crop just like a corn of stalk. Sure the palm tree requires more time to grow than a corn stalk however it still is a crop.
Also palm trees on private property being to the owner, not self-appointed anti-capitalists. If the palm trees are on government land being harvested than that is an issue for the respective government and the people, not anti-capitalists from countries on the other side of the globe.
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Posted by Tony aka: PropagandaBuster at 7:38 PM
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