Puerto Rican’s know, we lived it! … ‘there will be a fight for a better tomorrow’! You can bet on it!
A bomb was found in Puerto Rico this past Sunday, Nov. 2 . It was just a few hundred feet from the protesters, who are opposing the dumping of coal ash Peñuelas.
The FBI quickly implied that the protestors had planted this bomb. But common sense suggests that people who are protesting to protect their own health, would be unlikely to bomb themselves…
The protesters have ample reason for concern. Over the past ten years, over 2 million tons of coal ash have been dumped in Puerto Rico. That comes to 4 billion pounds…more than 1,000 pounds of coal ash per every man, woman and child in Puerto Rico.
This coal ash is extremely toxic, and sometimes even radioactive. Given the link between coal ash dumping and birth defects in nearby Dominican Republic, the public resistance to it in Puerto Rico requires no apology or explanation.
For the sake of…
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