Article copyOn one side, there are those whose only achievement is to gather here and there with no other program than:
"I hate my Mom, I hate my Dad, I hate my school, I hate my work, oh wait, in fact, I hate to work, and even if I didn't, I grew so incompetent that there's now way I could get one anyway consequently that's the proof it's an unfair World, I hate it as well and therefore it has to change".
"Let's exchange something for nothing" yells the Great Rabble of Naught while devastating the French countryside to demonstrate its inability to get anything organized and working.
On the other side, there are those who create and move our species a bit further on the wheels of progress everyday.
Last April, while the aforementioned Great Rabble of Naught was already so vehemently fighting for the safety of the Ba'athist nazis in Iraq that we could hardly hear the rest of the news, Shell, another one of those big bad oil corporations, opened the first Shell-branded hydrogen station, showing once again what everybody but the Great Rabble of Naught observed so far: the more an industry develops, the more environmental friendly and efficient it gets.
It's been like that since the first coal fuelled steam engine on the eve of the Industrial Revolution.
The ditch between that steam engine and the hydrogen station is and has always been filled by that other wonderful engine, fuelled by human creativity and known by the name of Capitalism.
It's nothing more than the way this system works.
That said, it will take more than Capitalism to fill the gap between the Great Rabble of Naught and the people who work and create.
I found the Shell hydrogen station info via a cool blog I never knew before. Unfortunately, some circumstances prevented me from bookmarking it.
However, I do believe the dissident frogman was in his/her blogroll. Consequently, if you're reading me and know who you are, please, er, tell me who you are okay?