Sunday, December 4, 2011

From the 99% to the 1%: Osborne bails out the energy fat cats | Damian Carrington | Environment |

From the 99% to the 1%: Osborne bails out the energy fat cats | Damian Carrington | Environment | "The chancellor is showering yet more taxpayers' money on energy-intensive mega-businesses, who create just 1% of GDP. Worse, those businesses already crippled and then profited from the very carbon taxes they attack"

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Saturday, December 3, 2011

The more we evaluate everything with money, the less we are worth

Not only have we already evaluated everything in nature with money, the entire planet, then the human, now we are also evaluating individual countries and even the time that we would need to solve all the problems that are linked to money.
We evaluate things that cannot be evaluated. It’s abnormal. It’s sick. We are sick, addicted to money; a drug that is running short. Where this is all going, we can see on TV day after day. And it’s going to get worse.
Governments will be declaring state of emergencies, dictatorships will again begin to rise. With the help of military and police, the empire of capital will take over the world. The 1% will rule while the 99% will work and kill each other. And all of this will happen sooner than the bill that nature has yet to issue. The bill that we won’t be able to pay with money because nature doesn’t know money. Nature will not bargain and debate — it will act.
That’s why I write about ecohumanism. So that our agony with money comes to an end. So that we could avoid violence and misery. So that we begin to work for ourselves and no longer for money. So that all of us would live in peace and prosperity.
That’s why need to demand a new social order, a new world. We need to build an ecohumanist world. We owe this to our children and grandchildren. It is on us to build a world of content people who respect themselves, others and nature.
Posted on | November 28, 2011 by Benjamin Dovecar