For Life on Earth: Hijack of the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space by the depopulationist Club of Rome’s Worldshift organisatiion Message from Claire Edwards, 8 January 2020


Safe Tech International: Uniting to Protect Life on Earth


EMFscientist.org: The International EMF Scientist Appeal serves as a credible and influential voice from EMF (electromagnetic field) scientists who are urgently calling upon the United Nations and its sub-organizations, the WHO and UNEP, and all U.N. Member States, for greater health protection on EMF exposure.


Take Back Your Power: An award-winning documentary by Josh del Sol


Paperstorm: Campaign to Protect the Open and Free Internet



NO MORE CLIMATE CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES (in particular weapons to alter the climatology of OUR planet — HAARP, etc.}, WARS, EMBARGOES, SANCTIONS, OCCUPATIONS, POVERTY, HUNGER, ENSLAVEMENT (SLAVERY), TORTURE, etc.



LET US SAY TOGETHER:

NO

TO THE
ILLUMINATI / ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT DICTATORSHIP thru Massive Depopulation of Human Beings/NEW WORLD ORDER/CORPORATE GLOBALIZATION &
LET US SAY TOGETHER:

YES

TO THE CREATION OF A NEW WORLD DISORDER.

LOVE yourSELF ENOUGH TO RESPECT & SAVE YOUrSelf, LOVE yourSelf ENOUGH TO LOVE/RESPECT/SAVE/SUSTAIN THE WORLD.

PEACE WITH yourSelf, PEACE WITH YOUR FAMILY/FRIENDS, and PEACE WITH THE WORLD/UNIVERSES.

CREATE:

Believe in the Mystical & Unknown, Love, Laugh, Learn, Imagine Creatively, Live, Enjoy, Dance, Sing, Forgive, Understand, Meditate, Listen To Ur Body (Your True Full Self, Your Essence, Your Spirit/Soul, YOU]/Our MOTHER EARTH/The COSMOS, …


ANOTHER WORLD IS NECESSARY
ANOTHER WORLD IS POSSIBLE
ANOTHER WORLD HAS ALREADY STARTED

Michigan Citizen, Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 2005



We are in the midst of a great transformation, not only economically but psychologically, culturally, politically, in our relations with one another, to the Earth, to other species and to other peoples of the world, and in our concept of ourselves and of our rights and responsibilities as human beings.

To an unprecedented degree, as we approach 2006, millions of us are aware that our present and impending disasters are not natural but man-made, the consequence of our limitless pursuit of capital accumulation.

Up to now the main victims of this have been the peoples of the global South. But now the chickens are coming home to roost. In our own countries, the United States and throughout Europe, there are tens of millions who for decades have been marginalized, living how they can, without any social safety nets, unemployed, disempowered, disenfranchised, disengaged, disrespected, and without a perspective of another positive future.

These people in the so-called informal sector are now being joined by those who through centuries of struggle and sacrifices thought they could look forward to a stable and secure future for themselves and their children.

At this moment and under these circumstances it would be easy to despair. But this universal crisis is not only a danger but a promise, an opportunity to advance ourselves and our societies to a new level, based on a new vision, new principles and values:

WHAT DO WE DO NOW? HOW DO WE GET FROM HERE TO THERE?

WE can begin by restoring our relationships to each other and to the Earth

WE can create gardens, for food, health and to create a community as a basis for resistance, for learning and enjoyment of young and old.

WE can create new subsistence skills to grapple with our present problems and the challenges to come.

WE can transform our schools from job-and-career-oriented institutions to places where children and young people can learn the values of teamwork, serving the community, self-reliance and the joys of creativity

WE can initiate discussions in our communities locally, nationally and internationally on new visions, a new perspective, and the profound historical meaning of the great turning during this time in which we live.

WE can share and spread the word of what people are already doing to create a better world.

Grace Lee Boggs, Detroit, Michigan, Boggscenter.org

Maria Mies, Koeln, Germany, Women and Life on Earth (WLOE)

Shea Howell, Detroit, Michigan

Werner Ruhoff, Koeln, Germany

Hilmar Kunath, Hamburg, Germany

Elisabeth Voss, Berlin, Germany

Irina Vellay, Dortmund, Germany

This statement emerged from some of the participants in the International Workshop on Self-Organizing and Common Self-Reliance, Cologne, Germany, October 20-22, 2005.

Please show your support by adding your name, place (and if you wish your organization), circulate to your networks, nationally and internationally, and publish where you find it appropriate.





“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius—and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.”

—Ernst Friedrich “Fritz” Schumacher, from “Small is Beautiful”, an essay, in The Radical Humanist, Vol. 37, No. 5 (August 1973), p. 22; Source: Wikiquote: E. F. Schumacher; License: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)




If you agree with “the Scientists’ and Engineers’ Pledge To Renounce Weapons of Mass Destruction” located below, then sign it here:

________________________________________
I pledge never to participate in —

  • the design, development, testing, production, maintenance, targeting, or use of nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons or their means of delivery;

    or in

  • research or engineering that I have reason to believe will be used by others to do so.

    For more information, check out:
    Los Alamos Study Group
    and
    Los Alamos Study Group What You Can Do

    Thank U☺.






  • The Hunger Site
  • The Breast Cancer Site
  • The Child Health Site
  • The Literacy Site
  • The Rainforest Site
  • The Animal Rescue Site
  • EcologyFund.com
  • Wildglobe.com
  • Care2
  • Lovearth Network
  • The Petition Site
  • Petition Against Cluster Bombs
  • People’s Treaty to Ban Landmines
  • Organic Consumers Association Action Center
  • Open petition for the UN Global Ban On GM-Trees
  • Science in Society Archive: Open Letter from World Scientists to All Governments Concerning Genetically Modified Organisms and the Convention on Knowledge Campaigns

    Both petitions can be signed online






  • Thoughts on Life

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    “If you have come to help me you are wasting your time. If you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.”

    —Aboriginal activists group Queensland, 1970s, Source: Uniting Church Australia: “Let us Work Together”



    “Liberty has never come from government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of government. The history of liberty is the history of resistance.”
    -Woodrow Wilson


    “Understanding is having the ability to see things clearly for what they are and not what they present themselves to be.”

    —AZ, spoken in an introduction to Understanding by Nas



    “If you have come to help me you are wasting your time. If you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.”

    —Aboriginal activists group Queensland, 1970s, Source: Uniting Church Australia: “Let us Work Together”



    “We have the power to change the world. It is not an issue of whether or not can we make a difference. The truth is that we do make a difference. Everything we do, say and think shapes our reality. It is time that we join our bodies, minds, hearts, spirits and voices and call for peace on the Earth and peace with the Earth.”
    -Julia Butterfly
    “If there is light in the soul, there will be beauty in the person. If there is beauty in the person, there will be harmony in the house. If there is harmony in the house, there will be order in the nation. If there is order in the nation, there will be peace in the world.”
    -Chinese proverb

    ”No one who has been thoroughly awake to the real universe would swap it for a “virtual” one. Our deepest urge is to bring our lives into direct contact with elemental life. No matter how clever our works, they will never satisfy our hunger. The likeliest way to achieve contact with life, the likeliest way to recover our senses, is by shutting off our machines, climbing out of our cars, our electrified boxes, walking beyond the pavement to actual dirt or rock, and opening ourselves to the world we have not made.”

    —Scott Russell Sanders




    A perspective not known widely

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    [ Gifting It: A Burning Embrace of Gift Economy ] [ Gift Economy ] [ Barter Today: In the beginning - there was no money ] [ Santa Cruz Barter ] [ The Next Industrial Revolution: William McDonough, Michael Braungart & the Birth of the Sustainable Economy ] [ The Center for Ecoliteracy ] [ Ecological Literacy ] [ Graduati on Pledge Alliance: Socially and environmentally responsible career choices ] [ Plastics Resource: Recycle your plastic bottles… ] [ IT’S YOUR ENVIRONMENT! WDVR 89.7 & 91.9 FM (Princeton, NJ to Poconos, PA) ] [ BioDemocracy and Organic Consumers Association: Campaigning for Food Safety, Organic Agriculture, and Sustainability. ] [ Genetic Engineering and Its Danger ] [ Friends of the Earth ] [ Basel Action Network: An international network of activists seeking to put an end to economically motivated toxic waste export and dumping… ] [ Zero Waste Around the World ] [ ZERO WASTE AMERICA!: Promote �disposal bans� and the recycling of all materials back into nature or the marketplace in a manner that protects human health and the environment. ] [ Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund: The non-profit law firm for the environment. ] [ Your Rights and the Police ] [ the official Boondocks site ] [ The International Office of the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee ] [ American Indian Movement � AIM]



    Africans and indigenous peoples (Black Indians)

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    Present-Day Enslavement

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    Wage Slavery

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    What You Can Do To End Enslavement

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    Shopping and Mega-Stores
    Reclaim the Commons -- a message from Starhawk" & "Travellers’ Tales from Another World: Part One Welcome to Possible (as told to Starhawk)”
    "Travellers’ Tales from Possible: Part Two The Garden of the Commons (as told to Starhawk) "
    "Travellers’ Tales from Possible: Part Three The Children’s House (as told to Starhawk) "
    Reclaim the Commons
    United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS)
    Fairtrade Foundation
    The Fair Trade Federation (FTF)
    Make Trade Fair
    Transfair USA
    Fairtrade Labeling Organizations (FLO) International
    Global Exchange
    Fair Trade in Europe
    The Fair Trade Resource Network
    The People-Centered Development Forum
    Grassroots Globalization
    Labor
    Human Rights
    Equal Exchange
    Global Exchange Fair Trade Store

    Historical Enslavement

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    | Christianity, Islam and Slavery | Did We Sell Each Other Into Slavery? | On Slavery | Slavery: Africa’s Case

    Slavery and London | Blackheath and Slavery |

    Indian Slaves In South Africa: A little-known aspect of Indian-South African relations |

    | Forgotten Story of Indian Slavery | Encyclopedia of North American Indians: Slavery | Encyclopedia of North American Indians: Cherokee Slave Revolt Of 1842 |

    | Bibliogra phy: White Slavery in America | Indian Slavery in Colonial Times Within the Present Limits of the United States by Almon Wheeler Lauber | Genocide of the American Indian Peoples | Bibliography: Genocide and Oppression of the American Indian Peoples |

    | Bibliography: Enslavement and Oppression of the African-American Peoples



    Did the 13th Amendment to the United States of America Constitution outlaw (prohibit) enslavement (slavery)?


    NO! Read for yourselves:



    “AMENDMENT XIII


    “Passed by Congress January 31, 1865. Ratified December 6, 1865.


    “Note: A portion of Article IV, section 2, of the Constitution was superseded by the 13th amendment.


    “Section 1.

    “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. [my emphasis]


    “Section 2.

    “Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.”

    —Source: National Archives: The Constitution: Amendments 11-27: Amendment XIII




    Holocaust

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    Free Hawaiʻi and Free Puerto Rico

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  • Land + Heart Project of Puerto Rico: Restoring Relationships with Land and People
  • Cerro Maravilla Archive
  • Free Puerto Rico: All Out To The U.N.
  • Free Association and Puerto Rico’s Political Status Debate
  • On the 100th anniversary of the U.S. invasion, Puerto Rico still deserves independence
  • What does Puerto Rico’s independence mean?


  • Remember Bhopal, India

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    Personalized Expressional Linksters

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    convictionsoftheheart: We are an informative site to help you and your family become aware of the current environmental problems and personal effects on your health. We provide environmentally friendly products, the all natural alternative to a healthier life.



    Links to Friends

    Rasheeda’s Place

    Quin’s Zone

    welcome to melvaland

    The Enchanted Forest

    The Home Page of one of my favorite professors here at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Dr. Chow

    Summary of ProfScam: Professors and the Demise of Higher Education, by C. J. Sykes, summary written by J. T. P. Yao






    Picture refers to the de-industrialized city of Detroit, Michigan, which is continuing the gentrification of whole communities.