We ignore the thousands of trees felled each year, to make way for bio fuels, cattle and cheap beef burgers.  Our oceans are dying from over fishing and pollution, radiation is spewing from Fukushima, oil spills abound and the fracking of shale gas has got the green light from the masters of this world… and as the chemicals injected into the Earth, poison our rivers and streams, our planet dies…and we die with it.

We are all hypocrites, slaves to the reptile mind, held in a stupor of unreality, so absorbed in the struggle to survive, and the sensual comforts we have in life, that we have sold our souls to darkness along with our planet, and instead of confronting the truth, we sweep our fears under the carpet and carry on….

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  1. Pingback: Happy Earth Day ? Really ? — geoengineeringcrimes – elricou's

  2. In 1970 I attended the first Earth Day celebration.
    During the weeks leading up to that first event the “whose who” of campus radicals were reminding us how important it was to stand up and be counted and included among the educated youth that were going to do our part to preserve this world.
    We gathered on campus and marched through the streets to assemble at the Santa Monica, California City hall with its grass, trees and rows of flowers along the walkway. Speaker after speaker talked of a turning point and bright future for the word we lived in. (I think they also planted a symbolic tree or something). gosh, those campus leaders made me feel good about the earth’s future.

    Maybe two or so weeks later the same “whose who” of campus radicals were back on their soap boxes, but this time, reminding us how important it was to stand up and be counted and included among the educated youth that were going to do our part to preserve this world by ending the war in Viet Nam.
    As last time, we gathered on campus and marched through the streets to assemble at the Santa Monica, California City hall with its grass, trees and rows of flowers along the walkway. Speaker after speaker talked of a turning point and bright future for the word we lived in. However this time they trampled the grass, broke and ripped out that symbolic tree and pretty much decimated the grounds that were so important a few weeks before. gosh, those campus leaders made me wonder about the earth’s future.

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