NB Commentary: After reading this article, I began to think that this whole election hoopla is just another false flag psyops. Something to keep us from looking at what is really happening in our world, and to this planet. We are more oblivious to what is going on around us than ever before. Maybe the hysteria and mania gives us some kind of solace, some kind of euphoric outlet so we can stay in denial that our planet is on a collision course.
Well, it won’t be the first time this planet has had dire consequence. The sad part about all this is that instead of it being due to Natural causes, it’s because the human species is doing it. Not that it’s fair to blame all of humanity, but the so-called leaders of the world are doing it in our name.
I have been noticing a decrease in insects for the past several years, and while I don’t necessarily care for mosquitoes I have also noticed a decrease in the simple fruit fly.
Of course, the lame stream media will not report on these things. It may wake people up and cause a stir. So they continually read their scripted narratives and engage in the mass mind control machine with impunity. It makes you wonder, if they even know what’s really going on.
By now we should be able to acknowledge that the election is rigged and that none of the current candidates represent the deepest interests of the American people or the human race. Never the less a sea of human energy and resources are being dumped into the phony contest, all the while, critically important issues go undiscussed with no plan what so ever. The amount of vitriol, anger, and hate in the election debate this year is suffocating, leaving one to wonder what would happen if this much energy were directed toward solving our most pressing collective problems.
Nothing is more important to life on earth than the condition of our global eco-systems, and in the 2014 edition of World Wildlife Fund’s Living Planet Report, it was reported that 52% of the world’s marine life has disappeared since 1970. Staggering.
“WWF’s Living Blue Planet Report tracks 5,829 populations of 1,234 mammal, bird, reptile and fish species through a marine living planet index. The evidence, analyzed by researchers at the Zoological Society of London, paints a troubling picture. In addition to the plummeting number of marine vertebrate species, populations of locally and commercially fished fish species have fallen by half, with some of the most important species experiencing even greater declines.” [Source]
The latest developing mystery on the west coast is a newly discovered type of cancer, which is supposedly contagious and now killing millions of mollusks and clams. When coupled with numerous reports of cancerous tumors being found on sharks, whales and fish in the Pacific, it leads to the hypothesis that radiation is in fact causing severe damage to the chain of life in the Pacific. With no mention of the animal die-offs or the ongoing catastrophe in Fukushima among our leadership, it is clear that no politician or government agency dares address such a frightening issue, leaving the fate of the world’s largest ocean in the hands of TEPCO, the inept Japanese power company.
Additionally, massive, continent sized gyres of plastic continue to swell around the world with little to no attention, choking out marine life and birds by the millions, contributing to acidification of oceanic waters and a broad increase in ocean temperatures. Around the world, reports of fish and marine life die-offs continue to roll in, and it is no longer shocking to see photos of hundreds of thousands of fish, squid, or mammals lying dead on some public beach.
The damage to life in our oceans is not inevitable, as much of the harm being done would be relatively easy to curb if only the political will could be mustered to do so, however, it appears that government complicity is at least partly to blame.
Priorities in our society are driven by mainstream news agencies, all of which are owned and operated by a mere 6 transnational corporations. Their agenda is set by their corporate backers and influential political entities, meaning that the public’s attention will always be directed toward issues which serve the interests of the corporate and political elite, and away from issues that really matter. For some reason, a healthy marine eco-system is apparently a non-issue for the elite, and while we fall into the trap of divide and conquer, bickering over which andidate is the worst, nothing is done to address the ominous catastrophe developing in our unhealthy oceans.
Published on Jul 28, 2016
We all knew Hillary was coming, but watching this all happen in real life is like going to see the movie Jurassic Park at the theater, then getting eaten by a velociraptor on the way to your car afterward.
For a comprehensive list of global animal die-offs, see the annual lists compiled by End Times Prophecy.
All to often we forget about the vastness of this globe and its people who live in what we modernists call primitive. But in observing them, you find an ancient peace, a sacred wonder, an intense appreciation for the Earth. Take a moment and view this video that shows us the almost extinct Ancient Aboriginals living in the land the white man calls Australia. Take a journey into the timelessness of those who live in DreamTime. A must watch.
The aboriginal culture of Australia, includes a large number of tribes inhabiting the oceanic continent before the arrival of the white man. But all that rich culture is doomed to survive in stocks in which its people are destined to extinction.
In this episode one of the elders that preserve aboriginal culture will show the most important elements of a culture that struggles not to disappear.
Know his rituals in which contacts the parallel world in which the gods, spirits and men live together. We will see the role exerted by the digeridu, a musical instrument employed in these rituals. We’ll see how it is manufactured by the musicians themselves, who will address the complex technique used to make it sound.
The cave paintings of Ubi Rock opened the door showing the spirituality of these villages that are sacred totems direct reference the natural world around them. Analyze the paintings today continue to make to represent their dreams and the importance of this painting.
Participate with them in making the famous boomerang and the banquet to which fishing leads a giant turtle. But the aboriginal community also show us the bitter side of life: the reserves in which its people seem destined to a slow extinction.