- There is a price for everything in life; and we have
allowed those that work for the enemy's way of life to set false prices
on everything, including human life! This imbalance has been blatantly
accelerating for the last hundred and fifty years, so that now it is almost
too late to demand the changes that should never have had to be made. The
global-battle in Copenhagen is approaching farce because on one side are
the corporations, the money, all the false power and the language, as well
as the world stage, and the microphones that can so easily be silenced
where and when they are most needed. And on the other there are only people
and the need for justice and balance in a threatened world.
- Raw Capitalism is the enemy of everything that lives
upon this earth-yet there has never been any debate about the viability
of this globally criminal-philosophy which has been unleashed against the
world. If nothing else comes out of Copenhagen at the very least the world
should have a "Most Wanted List" of those corporations that are
blatantly malevolent in their open opposition to everyone and everything
that stands between them and their stolen resources, along with the brutalized
and murdered populations that lie in their plunder-driven wake around the
- This is the real war between rich and poor and the so-called
third world economies we have allowed to be created. We who are not powerful
must begin to be heard from on a global scale; if any of this is going
to be seriously challenged. It is possible but given our non-responsiveness
to greed and power in the past; things do not look good for the underdogs.
- Unchecked-Capitalism has been doing what they do for
thousands of years: And what is that, you might ask? It's very simple really
they have constantly misstated the true cost of everything they make or
sell to anyone 'else.' They have treated everything that is 'natural' as
free to them for the taking' - at the same time as they have charged the
public for the waste that is produced in association with everything that
- Plastics for instance are an artificial substitute for
everything that we could easily and cheaply be making from Hemp (Henry
Ford used hemp instead of plastics in his early versions of Ford cars):
Had that continued, this would have eliminated the non-degradable wastes
that plastics have littered the globe with, and it would have reduced the
costs of everything that is made or marketed using plastics today. In addition,
if the world were to shift its focus from the supremacy of fossil fuels
to energy-efficiency in everything; the world could very profitably employ
every man, woman and child in cleaning up the mess that corporations and
their monomaniacal focus on fossil-fuels have left us with. This is of
course one of the things that will not come out of Copenhagen-because it
would severely cut into the profits of those that are polluting the planet
on a monstrous scale-and it would begin to destroy the plastics industry.
Some will violently object to that: failing to realize that what will be
lost will be nothing compared to the innovations and the progress, not
to mention the increased profits that could be made if the world simply
refused to buy products that continue to use plastics in their packaging.
The same is also true of the fossil-fuels industry: Oil, natural gas and
coal are not sanctified, and they are the least efficient use of energy
and viability for a world that has outgrown this artificial-fixation on
oil and its by-products.
- The only reason that oil has remained "so important"
is because those that own it have cornered the markets on it; and because
we have allowed this to happen we are all now being held hostage to the
needs of those corporations that are murdering the environment and the
planet to guarantee themselves unrealistic profits from a source which
the world has outgrown! In brief with the implementation of the Industrial-Revolution
the world missed its chance to come out of the darkness and embrace the
very real illumination which the machine age should have created.
- This is similar to what happened to the world, except
on a much larger scale, when the Industrial age was born. Those who resisted
innovation then were referred to as members of the Flat-Earth Society or
Luddites: Throwbacks to a more primitive time. But the Industrial Revolution
introduced the world to the most virulent forms of something called Benevolent-Fascism
or Corporatism which was the real purpose behind the Industrial Revolution.
- Today's Luddites are those addicted to oil gas and coal;
and they are every bit as out-dated now-as were those that resisted the
Industrial Revolution. It was not the Industrial Revolution that was flawed,
but rather it was the way in which those that made it possible were treated:
Because at the time this was just another form of slavery that was intensified
by change-rather than something that could lift the society from it's bondage
to the new corporate models for life and existence.
- In the 1950's, the unofficial age of the Gray-flannel-suit,
the corporations tried to quietly make their presence felt. But the youth
of that day and time rebelled in numbers against the corporate-inhumanity
which they could see in their own families. This became possible because
the corporations were simultaneously dumping their lifelong work-force
just before they could achieve full retirement. Even the US military got
in on the act to "save-money" by dumping their "lifers"
before they could get to full-retirement benefits. This tipped the hidden-hand
of the corporations and a Hippie revolt resulted, against this corporate-societal
- The minor rebellion failed of course when the corporations
were able to co-opt these young and very naïve rebels. But some had
noticed what had happened, and chose to continue to fight this blatant
grab for global-power, even then. This battle has reached its final stage
in Copenhagen-because it has always been the rich against the poor; the
elites against everyone else-and if they can be dislodged from their death
grip upon the rest of us then the world really could remake itself.
- One example of what's at stake now comes from something
that is happening in Canada. Here is partial transcription from Naomi Klein:
"Over at the Bella Center a particular model of dealing with climate
change is dying. It is revealing itself before the world as nothing more
than a final scramble for the remaining resources of a planet in peril.
- Here another model is finding its voice. This is a historic
gathering because ~ we are seeing a redefinition of environmentalism which
has always been a kind of touchy-feely movement here in the north where
'we're all in it together - lets hold hands: ~ but the fact is we're not
all in it together in the same way. There is an inverse relationship between
the people who created the problem and where the effects of those problems
are being felt. There's an inverse relationship between those who created
the problem and those who can afford to save themselves from the problem.
In the United States it's not so much about the stealing of resources as
it is about the stealing of people. . .
- In 2004 I remember at the Republican Convention in New
York some First Nation's Activists were in town for those protests; and
as a side mission we went to Moody's. Moody's is as you know a credit agency
~ it gives countries their credit ratings. [One of the delegates had decided
that one way to get Canada to acknowledge their debts] that was owed to
First Nation's people was to meet with the credit agencies that give Canada
its triple-A credit rating, which is the highest possible credit rating:
And explain to Moody's that actually Canada carries a huge unpaid debt
in the form of the lands that it stole, without treaties, from First Nation's
people. So Arthur managed to get a meeting ~ with the person at Moody's
who issues Canada's credit rating. . . All the documents were presented,
the writs, the rulings by the Supreme Court of Canadathat proved their
case. This land was stolen and they were owed billions in unpaid debts.
And they said 'Canada is not a great place to do investment because what
if we called in these debts?'
- It was very interesting because the guy from Moody's
nodded and he said: 'You're right, we've been following these court rulings;
but we have decided that you are not going to collect on these debts-so
it is not affecting our credit rating. And that's a very important thing
for us to remember because 'DEBT' is political. ~ Really what they [Moody's]
are saying is 'you and what army, how are you going to get this money out
of us? You are not powerful enough to get the money out of us.' And this
is where social movements come in. We can talk as much as we want about
debt, and we can talk as much as we want about reparations but they're
going to laugh at us until there is some movement muscle behind those concerns;
behind those 'demands.'" (1)
- This crystallizes the ways in which money continues to
talk while the public continues to slumber in the shadow of death that
waits for everyone that does not begin to make their views a part of this
battle-not just in Copenhagen, but worldwide. Each of us has preferences
about the way we want to be able to live our private lives; but to do that
effectively we must live under a global doctrine that recognizes and labels
the thieves and murderers as what they are, and demands that these criminals
be stopped, not just here but everywhere.
- We have a president that speaks in Orwellian tongues
and he is now the poster-boy for WAR is PEACE, just as he has spent most
of his first year proving that he is a congenital liar: Someone who cannot
ever be believed on any subject that he might either comment on or choose
to stonewall. Obama has delivered Defeat and called it Victory in all these
criminal invasions that the Israel and USA have entered into.
- This is not leadership. This is the absolute corruption
of every basic principle inherent in what his office is supposed to require
of this sock-puppet that has never had a life of his own. Barack Hussein
Obama does not exist, because he has no traceable past, no written record
of accomplishments anywhere - yet he behaves as if he is the Lord of all
he surveys - and we put up with all his missed deadlines and conflicted
doublespeak which includes the lies he continues to spew on every topic
he pretends to touch upon.
- His ignoble 'acceptance of the Peace Prize' for his War
policies is only the latest insult hurled into the face of a wounded world
that is dying by the minute while he continues to play the world's most
famous flop in modern times. We need to stonewall him and his entire administrations
every effort to blunt our every need with yet more secrets and ever larger
- 1) Naomi Klein: Fate of Mass Movement Rests on Climate