This is a sinister time of year. Beyond just the darkness of night, a darker force is incredibly busy at this time of year. Currently, we face a masterful daemon that disguises itself as a friend and idol of children everywhere.
When you think of Santa Clause, do you picture an innocent old man bringing joy and presents to children on Christmas Eve? Think again. In reality, Santa is an agent of petrochemical industries, perpetuating the idea that physical items made from molded plastics are the root of happiness.
It's time to unravel the truth about this "jolly" character and examine how petrochemicals, the formation of desire and Santa Clause are all intertwined. Read on to learn more about this unholy alliance and why Santa is not as innocent as he appears.
In the past few decades, petrochemical companies have been heavily investing in the manufacture and distribution of plastic merchandise. What does this have to do with Santa Clause? Well, Santa is an agent of petrochemical industri…
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