Cannnot say I entirely disagree with his main argument either. Though the hypbole regarding a special place in hell is somewhat for the tourists is a bit over the top.
Is there an extra special place for those who responsible for let's say...genocide?
"There's little if any regulation down in Antarctica but, as always, there's lots of money to be made even if it means debasing the last unspoiled place on earth." - Making money regardless of the consequences to the environment or to other humans, sadly sums up mankind I'd say.
Yesterday in the UK, the big supermarkets were fined silly amounts of money for screwing the public. Their ridiculous defence, "it was to benefit the farmers", would have come as a major surprise to the farmers, as UK farmers are more likely to be driven bankrupt by the supermarket's lack of generosity, than to recieve any extra dosh from the customers who were being diddled.