Black Friday-Day of the Zombies

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Governments have built values around material wealth, no value is seen in  ecological wealth which is what keeps life on this plant sustained. The only way to save ourselves and the planet is by putting financial value on ecological wealth, yet to some, this is an  invisible or an abstract concept in terms of human understanding of how much work and production goes on in the mechanisms of ecosystems in nature. We pay no attention to it we are so disconnected from nature we don’t think about the consequences of how much rubbish we gernate each week or where that goes, if we treat the Earth like one big garbage disposal, its going to come back to us with severe consequences on the future of our lives and health as well as the future of the planet. What we do affects the mechanisms of nature or ecosystems. Our anthropogenic impact,  how we live has immediate impact on nature to a monumentous scale where environmental scientists or ecologists have no time to measure our impact efficiently on each ecosystem or species,  though the signs point to warning signals for the future of all species, where both plant and animal species are going extinct at a rate of 200 species per day disappearing forever from this unique planet.

The environmental crisis is a crisis of human understanding, the outer manifestation of this destruction is an indication that we need to change. We are living in a time where we need to re-establish our lost connection with the Earth.

“At a deep psychological level, convincing young people that they will get the respect, admiration, and love that they are looking for, through consumerism, is a manipulation of a deep human instinct to want to belong. Advertising and the media reinforce this message, in the process, destroying the community structures that provided people with the affirmation that they need. We have evolved in groups – deeply interdependent and connected – the separation and competition of the modern world is antithetical to our deepest needs.” – Helena Norberg Hodge

Helena Norberg Hodge is an ecological pioneer and author of Ancient Futures, she studied with Noam Chomsky, Founder of the Society for Ecology and Culture and she believes that those running the global economy are imposing structural violence on our world.

Over the last 60 years, an ecological imbalance has emerged  due to the monopolisation of natural resources and energy, a monopoly that overlooks a need to create a more sustainability based economy that is within the bounds of the Earth’s natural carrying capacity. Centralised control of natural resources in the ‘free market’ causes imbalances such as socio-economic problems in the countries where these valuable natural resources are based. The result is deforestation, famine, debt, homelessness and problems for local food growers and indigenous producers. How is it justifiable that a wealthier country has helped itself to local resources of developing countries, leaving the natives with nothing? We need to focus on localised sustainability, basically going back to the traditional ways of farming and managing local agricultural practices. People in the west hold a lot of personal power by choosing ethically the products they buy, if people were more aware that their consumerism perpetuates injustices around the world then everyone would be more conscious about what they buy and who they buy it from.  However, most people that live in priviledged countries, rest on the poverty and injustice of slave continents such as Africa and parts of Central and South America and Asia for minerals, raw materials, fuel, cheap clothes and electrical goods.

It is definitely a fundamental truth that ‘needing and having’ are the current basis of what drives Capitalism.

Our over-reliance on technology is driving this unfolding ecocide, with emphasis conveniently on emissions from cars and industry rather than focusing on reducing the consumption of oil which is at a record breaking high of around 96 to 100,000 barrels a day this year, 2016. There is no excuse now to keep ignoring the Water Fuel cell car which Honda and Toyota and Genopax have already made available on the market but that the governments and corporations conveniently ignore by not supporting these clean energy systems by providing the infrastructure of rechargeable stations for Waterfuel cell cars and other clean energy cars.

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The consumerism of electrical goods such as ipads, tablets and android phones all rely on a highly unethical mining industry that relies on slave labour to mine and assemble electrical products in inhumane conditions, in addition to driving the destruction of the last cloud forests home of the highly endangered Silverback Gorilla populations in Africa. This is well illustrated by the story of the Silverback Gorillas in the African Congo. The mining of Gold, Diamonds and Coltan, (geological name – Columbite Tantalite), a mineral used in the microchips of every single new electronic device, cell phone or tablet and laptop, comes from the African Congo, Virungas National Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A biodiverse ecosystem where a small group of the world’s last remaining Silverback Gorillas are critically threatened with extinction from poaching and continually reduced habitat due to these existing ‘Conflict Minerals’ being extracted in the area, that the world is responsible for plundering.

Coltan can only be found in a few places in the world, one of which is in Australia, which was the world’s largest producer at Wodinga Tantalum mine in Western Australia, however they closed their mine in 2012 because it is cheaper to mine it using slave labour in inhumane conditions in Africa’s Democratic Republic of Congo. To make matters worse for the Silverback Gorillas, the SOCO International energy company are pushing to extract gas and oil reserves from under Lake Edward in the National Park, all this, at the cost of one of the last greatest African forests and majestic Gorillas which have only been given an estimated 15 years of survival amidst the adversities they face and through our lack of global responsibility to better manage conservation of such situations, because minerals, gold, diamonds and oil are far more important than saving the Silverback Gorillas and their forest home.

The fact that a mining company can cut corners to make a bigger profit at the expense of an entire endangered species such as the Mountain Gorilla and at the expense of hard working African miners that are virtually slaves, shows that international environmental and human rights laws are far too flimsy and the Western world conveniently lacks ethics in business that feeds and perpetuates slavery, species extinction and ecocide.

The current psychology behind what drives capitalism cultivates a certain emptiness and spiritual deficit that leads to severe depression and lack of self-worth, when people feel that they have failed society and in societies view have not achieved a desirable status. For some, this leads to severe depression. There was an element of not feeling useful to society or the  community in the Western world if one is not successful financially, having access to community services and communal areas that include tending nature and growing food all provide a healthier sense of self worth, as human beings we need to feel a sense of belonging in our local communities, connecting with nature helps fill this void. If we had stronger communities in the West. Last year in the UK at least 12 men under the age of 45 committed suicide in the UK per day, perhaps the numbers of those suffering from depression could be reduced if we shift our values from status, financial worth and material wealth to values that focus on connecting with each other in our local communities and with nature .

Depression is an indication that human consciousness needs to change, the current social environment does nothing to remedy depression, it does everything to cause mental illness and disfunction. We need to change our psychological and status values in Western society to values that have more depth and meaning for the human spirit. An ecological economy would influence and cultivate healthier values for individuals as well as stronger communities, people could cultivate a self-worth that can be attributed to feeling part of a community and caring for the environment, values not based on status, or on consumerist needs and wants that are never deeply fulfilling.

Being as honest with one’s self and others as is possible is important, we are not robots, and we are not machines, we are human beings that have lost our humanity in the distraction of false value systems. Being in nature, being creative, painting, writing, singing, and making things; developing projects that could contribute to a better and more harmonious world, playing music or getting involved in a community project or doing something that aids deep relaxation, meditation or trance, all of these things can help bring feelings of deeper fulfilment and bring us more into the moment, reconnecting us with the joy that comes from just being and connecting with others on a deeper level. Reaching out as much as possible to friends and family, without feeling humiliated or the stigma that is carried with the label ‘depression’ and the negative stigma that go with it such as the words ‘mental illness or mental disease’. Inner work is really important for all of us, not just those of us suffering from depression, but those of us suffering from denial which seems to be the greater problem in human society.

William Manson explains that in 1968, Erich Fromm prophesied The year 2000, might be the beginning of a period in which man ceases to be human and becomes transformed into an unthinking and unfeeling machine”. -In the context of a prevailing dehuman syndrome, spontaneous human expression becomes pathologised: Being open in speech; being unashamed of one’s body; relating to nature; hugging, touching, feeling and making love with other people; refusing to serve in the army and kill; and becoming less dependent on machines are generally considered ‘disturbed behaviour’ by a society of robopaths”. Of course, behavioural modification is facilitated through ideological training, expanding law enforcement, and emotional anaesthesia (psychopharmacology). In my view, revitalisation of one’s desiccated human-ness first and foremost requires a renewed contact with the web of evolved life, with Walt Whitman’s ‘primal sanity of nature’. Transcending the blinkered, bourgeois-utilitarian (mechanistic-industrial) world-view, one can embark on a purification of consciousness, a purging of the detritus of cultural pollution (and a recovery of emotional innocence). Withdrawing from the world of urban commerce (and its mind-numbing “messages”), one severs the flow of media propaganda and ceaseless “information” (relating to the ubiquitous ‘buying and selling’). Compulsive ‘having’ is the pathology of deficient ‘being.’ Aesthetic simplicity means disconnecting from repulsive superfluity. Seeking sanctuary in wilderness surroundings, one rediscovers the gentler rhythms of low-cost rural living: walking instead of driving, and prevention of disease through a style of living consonant with ecological wisdom.’’-William Manson.

by Carlita Shaw

Ecologist and Author

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The Water Fuel Cell Car vs Oil, Terrorism and Climate Change

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I will never forget how an editor from a well known publishing company scoffed at me when I explained the world economy is based on oil, most people are not ecologically literate and that really needs to change, if we have any chance of survival. This environmental crisis is driven by the world´s dependence on oil, it is a subject that affects everyone on this planet.

While the world is on terrorism alert and certain countries are trying hard to foster a political climate for  World War III via Machiavellian tactics, while Paris is gearing up for the COP21 Climate talks and unbeknown to most, there will be a global Carbon Tax implimented as a result of these talks, because governments and banks gain around 33 trillion a year from trading carbon and taxing emissions.  This system does not remedy the root of the problem, while the emphasis is on emissions instead of consumption of Oil. The root cause to these critical environmental problems are blatently ignored, it is the consumption of oil which is the true cause of ecocide on the planet, because oil consumption is the highest it has ever been in human history, in 2010 the world oil consumption was at a rate of 87 million barrels of oil per day, which has currently increased to 97 million barrels per day by 2016, that is almost a 100 million barrels per day drained from the Earth!  How much more do these world oil barons think they can bleed out of the Earth?

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Aside from the fact that the climate has always been changing, that is what its role in ecology is, to change, it is not global warming or emissions environmentalists and politicians should be focusing on, this is all an astroturfed distraction, because they are all too afraid of having their multi-billions taken away from them. The climate change debate on emissions is solely designed and engineered for reasons that provide political control and unfairly repressive sanctions over developing countries such as Africa and other countries that have been made to submit, so that more powerful countries gain access with emission cuts, whilst the Western world can exploit their natural resources and make trillions from trading carbon and carbon taxing.

This is what Obama said at a talk in 2013, just to give you a clue of what is really driving these wars on Middle eastern terrorism and the problems we have been seeing unfolding in the Gulf of Mexico, Tar Sands and other pipelines, its all connected to the globally manufactured war on terror.

 I’ve come to Cushing, an oil town — (applause) — because producing more oil and gas here at home has been, and will continue to be, a critical part of an all-of-the-above energy strategy.  (Applause.)

Now, under my administration, America is producing more oil today than at any time in the last eight years.  (Applause.)  That’s important to know.  Over the last three years, I’ve directed my administration to open up millions of acres for gas and oil exploration across 23 different states.  We’re opening up more than 75 percent of our potential oil resources offshore.  We’ve quadrupled the number of operating rigs to a record high.  We’ve added enough new oil and gas pipeline to encircle the Earth and then some.

So we are drilling all over the place — right now.  That’s not the challenge.  That’s not the problem.  In fact, the problem in a place like Cushing is that we’re actually producing so much oil and gas in places like North Dakota and Colorado that we don’t have enough pipeline capacity to transport all of it to where it needs to go — both to refineries, and then, eventually, all across the country and around the world.  There’s a bottleneck right here because we can’t get enough of the oil to our refineries fast enough.  And if we could, then we would be able to increase our oil supplies at a time when they’re needed as much as possible.

Now, right now, a company called TransCanada has applied to build a new pipeline to speed more oil from Cushing to state-of-the-art refineries down on the Gulf Coast. And today, I’m directing my administration to cut through the red tape, break through the bureaucratic hurdles, and make this project a priority, to go ahead and get it done. (Applause.) ´´ – President Obama, March the 22nd 2012.

´´Cut through the red tape´´ means take several years to bypass respectable environmental laws that protect national parks and oceans from oil drilling and refining and foster a war on terror to make the world bend to America´s oil processing and refinery needs.

It is interesting that everytime the Water Fuel Cell car has been close to being publically unveiled or featured in mainstream media newspapers, not long afterwards a major event occurs that totally distracts the world media. Japan was about to launch a water fuel cell car in 2011, a company called Genepax, they unveiled a car that can run on river, rain or sea water, and even run on Japanese tea. Then Fukushima occurred as a result of the earthquake activity and tsunami before the car could be made available to the world market. Since then, we have had the radiated pollution of the Pacific ocean sea life and thousands of marine species have had mass die offs as marine ecosystems collapse, rather disconcerting when it is the oceans microbial and algal life forms that produce around 80 percent of our oxygen requirements.

This year it has been announced in mainstream media newspapers that Honda will launch the Water Fuel Cell car in 2016 and this Water Fuel Cell system has been demonstrated to also be able to support a domestic household with all the power it needs. Alternative energy solutions exist, the Water Fuel Cell was invented by Stanley Meyers back in the 1980s, he was poisoned in 1998 at a restaurant, probably by oil barons. A few years before Stanley was murdered he gave a presentation on his water fuel cells, in the presentation, Meyer describes a molecular, chemical and electrical level of  how water can be used as fuel — not just as a gas, but for domestic and industrial electrical generation. Meyers was also the holder of  40 patents.

Ten years later Honda launched a water fuel cell car that also has the capability to provide domestic power for a house, this probably evolved from Stanley Meyers original design.  Honda made this car available to the Hollywood elite in 2003, now they claim to be launching this water fuel cell car to become available in 2016 to the public. However, they are saying that the current lack of infrastructure worldwide to support Hydrogen fuel cell technology will need to be worked on. What this actually means is not something a mainstream newspaper will publish, it means that the oligarchy, the politicians and oil company CEOs and shareholders will not take kindly to the Water Fuel Cell car that can also provide domestic power to the home to finally become available to the public market, therefore they will make it difficult for hydrogen processing plants and Water Fuel Cell stations to emerge as part of this supportive infrastructure while those that hold the oil monopoly cards also hold places of decision making that stop the emergence of alternative emission free solutions that are also solutions as alternatives to consuming oil, stopping ecocide and the current mechanisms behind war.

Think about the economically devasting implications this would have on the current oligarchy monopoly on grid electicity power companies and oil stakeholders, when oil companies presently rake in 100,000 dollars per hour in profits. An astronomical amount of fortune that the world powers will defend with severe vehemency to protect its domination and fortune, the war on terror is being used to protect this fortune. These figures can easily be found in Forbes and Business insider and various geopolitical newspapers. Most people do not think about the simplicity of the expression ´´follow the money´´ but it does yeild the true motives of war, let alone bypassing environmental legislations and environmental agreements.

Most people do not realize there are currently clean energy solutions available, there are solar powered and water fuel cell cars that can travel thousands of kilometers before needing to recharge. These are the most advanced alternative vehicles we have so far to oil, yet these technologies are being ignored by politicians and NGOs at the Climate Talks that just focus on emissions rather than stopping oil consumption altogether by bringing this technology to dominate the world market.  What better opportunity to display such cars at these events for the world to see at the sustainability exhibition event at the Paris COP 21 Climate talks, these should be the solutions presented or point to the question ´why´ are these vehicles not available to us now, why is the consumption of oil not made obsolete on the basis of the current environmental crisis?

How can world leaders discuss cutting emissions without stopping the root cause of the problem when oil consumption is at a record breaking high worldwide?

If the global world leaders genuinely cared about the planet, government representatives at the Paris COP talks would focus on putting an end to the environmentally destructive oil industry, stopping the consumption of oil, not constantly focusing on emissions, which is a debatable unsettled science for climate change. Despite this, the environment is still in severe crisis with 150 to 200 species disappearing each day due to oil and gas extraction on terrestrial and the ocean environments. Rainforests occupy around 5 percent of the Earth’s terrestrial land, yet rainforests contain over 50 percent of the world’s plants and animal species (biodiversity). There is no accounting for the number of plant and tree species fast disappearing, especially from the rainforests, which are being destroyed at a rate of 60 square kilometres per hour. That is the equivalent of 4,000 football pitches per hour, every hour of every day that passes, with an exponentially rising rate of biodiversity loss.

As we already have proven solutions such as the Water Fuel Cell and Solar Powered cars that have been test drived over thousands of kilometres are efficent form of emission free these cars are available for use to the world now, why are these wonderful technologies not available now to the public and why have they not been put into immediate production use?

For the obvious reason that the oil monopoly has bought its way into politics because oil production yeilds 100,000 million dollars per hour per oil company. These are the issues that should be highlighted at the Paris Climate Talks, not debating emissions or whether CO2 is a natural pollutant or whether the climate is heating up or cooling down. The fact that the Water Fuel Cell car and Solar cars are available for use but being ignored as alternative solutions is a question that should be on everyone´s mind for this climate change conference. These and other various forms of current solutionary energy systems that are breaking the mold of mainstream energy monopolies right now, but that are conveniently being ignored by world leaders, who are solely interested in perpetuating war for oil whilst destroying the planet in the process.

 

By Carlita Shaw

Ecologist and Author

 

Oilgarchy vs the People and Planet

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Consider the disparity of evolving technologies in terms of comparing how far we have come with computer technology, wireless internet, and solar power and yet we are still driving around fossil fuel-guzzling, heavy clunking bits of metal spewing out carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and other pollutants that are driving ecological collapse.

Alternative energy solutions exist, the Water Fuel Cell was invented by Stanley Meyers back in the 1980s, he was poisoned in 1998 at a restaurant, probably by oil barons. A few years before Stanley was murdered he gave a presentation on his water fuel cells, in the presentation, Meyer describes a molecular, chemical and electrical level of  how water can be used as fuel — not just as a gas, but for domestic and industrial electrical generation. Meyers was also the holder of  40 patents.

Ten years later Honda launched a water fuel cell car that also has the capability to provide domestic power for a house, this probably evolved from Stanley Meyers original design.  Honda made this car available to the Hollywood elite in 2003, now they claim to be launching this water fuel cell car to become available in 2016 to the public. However, they are saying that the current lack of infrastructure to support Hydrogen fuel cell technology will need to be worked on, what this actually means is not something a mainstream newspaper will publish, it means that the oligarchy that own the oil and energy companies, will not take kindly to the Water Fuel Cell Car that can also provide domestic power to the home to finally become available to the public market, therefore they will make it difficult for hydrogen processing plants and Water Fuel Cell stations to emerge as part of this supportive infrastructure. When an oil company earns 50 million dollars in profit per hour, they will continue to vehemently repress anything that is threatening to their Oil and Energy Monopoly, it has been clear that the oligarchy wish to control the world’s water supplies too, this could be one reason why.

Whereas, we the people would like to see a technological harmony in our vehicles and transport that would bridge the gap between the current disparity in modern technology, allowing sustainable solutions to emerge onto the public market without being vehemently repressed by those controlling patents or that have the monopoly of power.

Since Nikola Tesla’s discoveries of how to use the Aether to tap into the Earth’s electrical field, to achieve overunity and after his death, humanity has unknowingly endured over a century or more of this unjust repression of science and monopolization of electricity by the oil-garchy, electricity which should be free and wireless, yet we are not taught the real fundamental laws of physics, a large portion of science involving the fifth element, the Aether is hidden and repressed from human knowledge. It is important to highlight the fact that mainstream science taught in schools and universities  is only a tiny segment of a larger science that continues to be kept hidden from humanity.  This tiny part that we are familiar with, is used as a propaganda tool to keep the governments in power and people from believing that electrical energy already exists all around us via the Aether it does not need to be generated, it is also known as Chi, Orgone, Prana or Kundalini energy, it has a different name in every culture and what is clearly fascinating is that the Aether has been known to exist by ancient Asian civilizations for over 8000 years, this knowledge forms the basis for the health of Chinese natural medicines and Qigong and Yoga, it is also a lost knowledge in many other great lost civilizations.

Those that benefit from this scientific illiteracy are the 1 percent global elite and their oil companies, so they may continue to destroy the rainforests and oceans in the process of petroleum extraction with the constant spilling and polluting, causing global ecocide.

British Shell Petroleum, which is just one of dozens of different oil companies, makes a net profit of about one hundred million pounds an hour.  That is, every hour of every day of every week of every month of every year, they earn an extra one hundred million pounds to play with.  Governments, political stakeholders, oil investors and oil companies alike don’t feel comfortable with us knowing this, and they would be quite upset if an inventor comes along and says ‘’hey wouldn’t you like to buy this water-fuel powered car or domestic power generator run by magnets, which will only cost you a few thousand pounds and produces all the electricity that you will ever want, no fuel needed, wouldn’t that be great?”  The answer is that the oil companies would not like it at all and the people who would like it even less are the government who take in around 85 percent of the cost that we pay at the fuel pump as tax.  The executive oil directors and governments will do what they can to prevent any one of us owning a car that runs on anything but oil-based fuel.  This power and profit-driven suppression of new alternative technologies for energy efficient vehicles, is the reason why we do not see them offered for sale at an affordable price to all.  It is also why many are not granted patents or given the opportunity to be made available for public sale on the ‘free market’.

Some key government figures are arm in arm with oil companies worldwide.  Politicians and oil barons are often one and the same.  Just take a look at the Bush family, while Tony Blair is deeply involved with Egypt and Israel’s gas industry as an energy advisor, it was recently revealed that they are involved with plundering Gaza’s gas ocean-based reserves, which Israel is planning on selling to Egypt.  The Labour Party had received up to 2.5 million pounds in donations in less than a year from energy giants as a means to influence a privileged few in their environmental policies to become more flexible for energy industries. The same thing happens in the USA, Oil companies pay politicians through lobbying agencies to influence their policy making decisions, its really a legalized form of bribery so that corporations can own politics and bypass environmental protection laws, this is why we are seeing ecocide and mass extinction at an unprecedented rate between 150 and 200 species are disappearing per day. Brazil’s supreme court has just banned Corporations from donating money to political elections. This is a great example of how to deal with this high level of corruption and should be made an international law.

You could say that the most powerful government positions are mostly filled by those who either run oil companies or are connected to the families of those who run oil companies.  Their goal is to make sure that our society stays in a kind of stasis, dependent on oil and gas, as it keeps the present governments in power, and generates for them a huge financial profit at a cost we all are paying for, by global environmental destruction.  This addiction to power and money through oil sales, is an addiction each of us are a part of, even if it is involuntary, but it is costing us the very Earth on which we live.

Four years ago Scott Brusaw from California, USA, gave a talk with Ted Talks, (an organisation, that sponsors people to talk about their ideas and projects), presenting the ‘Solar Roadway Project’, which is a project where ‘green’ engineers have been working to produce solar-powered roads and cars that could even help power homes and businesses.

The 2013, 3,000 km World Solar Challenge recently took place in Australia and was won by a Dutch Solar company named Eindhoven, which has built a solar-powered vehicle called ‘Stella’ and which is designed for families, they will perform the same challenge in October this year (2015), why again? It is important to keep demonstrating that solar and water cars can run as efficiently as the conventional car, as with many alternative fuel cars, it is possible that in a few years’ time, we will probably see these car fade into the background, a fate that has already been the case of countless other green vehicles produced over the past decades.

Since Stanley Meyer, invented his Water Fuel Cell car and was granted patents in 1989, other water-fuel cars have been built by other inventors.  Just last year, members of the Pakistani parliament, scientists, and students alike watched in awe as Waqar Ahmad, a Pakistani engineer, successfully demonstrated a water-powered car in Islamabad.  With just one litre of water, Ahmad claims that a 1000 cc car could cover a distance of 40 km, or a motorbike could travel 150 km.

In 2011, Japan invented a powerful water car produced by a company called Genepax, a Japanese company that unveiled a car that can run on river, rain or sea water, and even run on Japanese tea.  It is interesting to note that the Fukushima explosion that devastated Japan and the Pacific ocean was also in 2011.

The first compressed air car model to get media attention was in 1996, though there have been much earlier models in existence, in 2003, the French produced the Compressed Air Car, Moteur Development International, and Peugeot Citroen both have compressed air cars which they plan to market to the public in 2016.

With this in mind, we can consider that we no longer need oil from the rainforests or the oceans.  What we do need is to keep the forests and oceans preserved, perhaps via an international law that overrules political and corporations to bribe political decision makers, we need transparency and truly ecologically friendly laws to protect the environment from Ecocide.

The conservation of our environment could be seen as a matter of international security since  destroying our environment in turn destroys the future of human survival.  Is not the future of the world’s rainforests and oceans, a matter of human survival?  With our growing awareness, we each individually have a pressing responsibility to push for a transition from an oil-based economy to an ecologically-sustainable economy.

Free Energy is the only solution to ending the destruction of our environment, there are already many advanced solutions in the form of alternative technologies.  Solutions that should have been available to humanity a long time ago, and yet these are conveniently overlooked by global decision makers, which leads to the simple question “why?” – to protect the oligarchy and their precious monopolies being the obvious answer, however it appears their days are numbered as the ruling monopoly as progress and demand of clean energy technologies are pushing through the adverse barriers set before them because we the people are waking up and demanding cleaner energy. The shift in consciousness is taking place and nothing can stop it unfolding.

By Carlita Shaw, an ecologist, writer, teacher and rainforest campaigner that lives in Ecuador.
Author of the book  The Silent Ecococide-The Environmental Crisis is a Crisis of Human Consciousness.

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Photo-Boy holding a pilot whale featus from the Faroe islands killings that took place over the last few days…

The year is 2015, there is a divided race of bipedal apes that walk the Earth that call themselves ”civilized”, they think they have earned the right to plunder the Earth and kill other creatures or make them suffer, this is what some of them teach their children to do, others are teaching their children to care and love the Earth and her creatures, there are not enough of the empathic kind however, the caring human is in danger of extinction, as those that dominate are those that are the most destructive and biophobic. They are destroying the Earth and her creatures because they cannot see that they are her and she is them, therefore they are destroying themselves and the rest of us will either vanquish with them or find a way to survive at all odds, humans can do as they will, If only Earth and her other creatures were spared the suffering and destruction in the process…..Heartbreaking this war on consciousness, what a war it is that ensues…..to see it all. The Silent Ecocide unfolds…- Carlita Shaw

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Become the Author of your own World and Words

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Become the author of your own world and words, write your own story.

Let us look at this word ”authority” (n.)  Traced back to early 13th century, derived from autorite of a book or quotation that settles an argument, from Old French auctorité  meaning permission, the Scriptures 12th century; Modern French autorité, from Latin- auctoritatem (nominative auctoritas) “invention, advice, opinion-from auctor “master, leader, author.  Meaning “power to enforce obedience” is from late 14c.; meaning “people in authority” is from 1610s.

So, basically to break the word authority which casts a spell on humanity, let us break this illusion down, authority is just a fiction written by the authors that desire to control humanity because that is where the authors gains their power, from feeding off of a true power source in us, human beings we have the  truer power and authority in our world among our  communities, our families and tribes where we are the sovereign beings with our own free will, thoughts and power.

We are not persons or corporate fictions owned by the Crown corporation, which is simply another author that desires control through illusions because it has no genuine power source of its own, the same with every other authority that exists in civilization.

Reclaim your freedom and break down your illusion of this spell of ‘authority’ that humanity is under . Without us, the author of authority is nothing, we do not have to read or endorse their book of rules, especially as theirs is destroying the Earth and driving ecocide, let us write  and define our own reality in our own words and in our own imaginations and hearts.

Who do you think has true power here, authority or us, humanity? Authority has nothing to do with true power but everything to do with control and feeding off of humanity, almost consuming us as if we were the food of this fictitious illusion of authority, humanity is the true power, why do you think we are being fed off via taking our attention, our taxes, energy, health, natural resources and our time? We are the ones that have the  power, that is why.

We have been giving authority our power continually and we do not  know it, until we start waking up, authority tries to control us because we are the power source, we have the true power.

Why do you think authority uses violence to control us? We have the true power!

Why does authority use mind control? Again, because we have more power than we realize.

We have the power to co-creating our own version of reality by using our own kingdom of Imagination, I-magic-nation, I- am the- magic- of my own (eye)- i- nation, the kingdom of my soul, heart and mind are my nation. I am my own sovereignty, the consciousness that flows through me is connected to the consciousness of our God source  and therefore  my consciousness and your consciousness co-creates with this God source, that is why we have imaginations, the gift and magic of seeing in our own inner nations as a tool to create our own dreams and desires into a perceived  and experienced external reality.

We can magically create what we want to see manifest in our world, if we use our hearts and our intelligence to define our own reality without the consensus reality that is dictated to us by authority.The  authors of authority are without an inner power source of their own, this is why they have written a fictitious construct that is no longer beneficial to humanity or Planet Earth.

Authority as it stands, is a destructive construct that is feeding off of the genuine power of humanity and we need to realize this in order to empower ourselves and break down the destructive construction of this illusion, of this authorized consensus illusion.  Authority is not all powerful, when we remove ourselves from agreeing with that illusion, authority no longer has power.

Why do you think the media and film industry is a multi-dollar industry? Not just because they are part of a propaganda machine but because they are trying to occupy your mind and own the power of your  imagination.

Your own power is worth far more than any old archaic wizard behind a curtain…… Realize you, me and everyone of us is powerful if not more so than any authority combined, we are far more powerful as sovereign beings and as global and local  communities or as a tribe.

Use your own power wisely, live life on your own terms, not on the terms dictated to you by fictitious authorities that are a parasitic entity and nothing to do with allowing humanity our own true power or freedom, self expression or sovereignty.

We do not need authority to have permission to be free sovereign beings, we do not need authority to choose to live sustainably or to take care of planet Earth for future generations, we do not need authority to choose what kind of healthcare or medicine we give ourselves or our children, we do not need authority to choose our or our children’s education, and we do not need authority to create a peaceful world, peace is only achieved when violence is not used to impose authority on civilizations.

Authority needs us, so herein lay the answers of who has the true power and control here, you and humanity. Live your life, dreams and desires on your own terms, and never give up hope as we have the power together to redefine our choices for the future, a peaceful vision for Earth and a Freer Humanity. —

Carlita Shaw – author of The Silent Ecocide

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Kingsley L. Dennis endorses The Silent Ecocide

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The Silent Ecocide

Carlita Shaw’s The Silent Ecocide is a brave call that challenges humanity to stand up and take responsibility for our future on Planet Earth.

It is a book to make each of us aware that the ecological crisis in the world today is not a simple black & white picture – it is a much broader canvas that involves our relationships to energy, economics, politics, human resources, and ultimately to our very selves.

Shaw does not hold back in pointing out our human frailties and failings; yet in the end there is hope, if we can rise to the responsibility of being conscious agents of change. As Shaw says, “Saving the world and humanity is now an inside job.” I couldn’t agree more.

The ecocide on planet Earth can no longer remain in silence. This book is a clear and loud voice on the planet’s behalf – and we should listen.

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The Secret Story of Oil

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Oil pipelines through the Amazon

Perhaps each of us has more responsibility regarding our unnecessary reliance on oil; each of us would feel this if we all knew the bigger picture. For example, not many know that the earliest cars were in fact built to process hemp bio fuel in their engines. In the 1930’s Hemp Bio fuel was to be used instead of oil as a fuel for Ford’s cars, this is one of the reasons among many why Cannabis is Illegal, for the sole purpose of corporations and banks in the 1930s to make millions from oil and oil by-products.

Fords hemp car

In the 1930s, Ford opened a plant in Michigan where they successfully experimented with biomass fuel conversion, proving that hemp could be used as an alternative to fossil fuels. They extracted methanol, charcoal fuel, tar, pitch ethyl-acetate, and creosote all from hemp. What this meant for Ford was that he could now not only produce their own raw materials to make cars, but he could make the fuel to run them as well. The discovery was horrible news for a man by the name of Andrew Melon, whom owned the sixth largest bank at that time in addition to much of the Gulf Oil Corporation; a company which had just recently opened their first drive-through filling station. Melon and DuPont teamed up to create a propaganda campaign to make hemp and all its material paper, fabric, crops, building materials, proteins, rope, fuel and medicine production illegal” – Zach Reichard.

This is just one example which illustrates clearly that from the outset of early car manufacturing, the economic foundations of the most powerful countries was consciously based on oil, any other products that threatened investors and stakeholders were promptly removed and this is a pattern that has continued for a century and will continue unless we, ourselves, take action to adopt a more sustainable energy usage.

When you learn about some of the solutions available to mankind, one sees it is as even more of an insanity that drives oil companies and government agreements to destroy the last of the Amazon rainforest.

You may think that all this does not affect you, everything from politics to economy is based on oil, our whole way of life is based on oil, if you are buying imported food or products from a store or supermarket or using public transport or your own car to go to work or school, you are still fuelling the destruction. Whether you like it or not, each of us is responsible, even if we see it as involuntarily responsibility, the environment is each of our responsibility, yet the majority of people think of themselves and a world separate to the natural world that they live in and are ecologically affected by, this is what can be described as a biophobic mode of thinking, a person whom is psychologically removed from nature and is almost afraid of the natural world, they have forgotten about the bigger ecological picture and how they are part of it. The earth is silently perishing as a result of our paradoxical biophobic world; this indicates that if we continue to ignore nature and our negative impact on natural ecosystems and species, we shall inevitably cause a faster degeneration of the planet.

We must start making an effort to accommodate a more ecologically-based approach to everything from industrial business, agriculture, economics, and politics to food production and sustainable architecture. We could create a sustainable economy and a fruitful one if we gave value to invisible natural capital, such as oxygen and water generation, pollination, photosynthesis and biodiversity, we would then have a better chance of survival and the Earth has a good chance of recovering from the current damage. – by Carlita Shaw, author of The Silent Ecocide-The Environmental Crisis is a Crisis of Human Consciousness

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