On September 20th, 2019 Millions of young people marched through the streets of cities worldwide to rescue their future and call for action.
Planet Earth, the home of everyone you know and love,
is facing ecological collapse.
Large corporations and irresponsible governments are the single greatest threat to our planet today. Through their ability to act at a global scale these entities use processes that pollute our environment, destroy animal habitat and harm indigenous communities across the planet.
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If they are not stopped our children face a terrible future.
Their operations are causing an irreversible chain reaction of collapsing ecosystems across the planet that not only destroys the precious and irreplaceable biodiversity of the natural world but will soon decimate natural food sources for all mankind.
This will lead to massive cross border migration of peoples and
a global social imbalance that no nation can absorb.
If the adults of this generation simply stand by and let this happen,
it will bring a level of suffering for the next generations
that is beyond anything before seen in recorded human history.
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The concentration of power that corporate entities have amassed includes complete dominance of all major information channels, meaning that they get to decide what the people see and think. As such you are unlikely to have seen public images like the ones on this page, but it is important to understand this is happening.
The people are standing up.
The world's corporate controlled financial and political systems put global power in the hands of a tiny group of people, almost all of whom use that power to create and perpetuate the fantasy of perpetual growth. Consumerism is the disease used to continue making a few inexcusably rich. How rich?
Because of this system the richest 26 people have as much financial wealth as the 3.8 billion people who make up the poorest half of the planet’s population.
What is more, it is the poorest half who produce the food, products
and clothing that the rich use and sell themselves.
That is nothing less than shameful.
Inequality today is so unjust that the global rich have near complete control of the entire economic supply chain. This includes our food supply.
The behaviour of the wealthy and the institutions they
use to act upon the Earth is leading to crop failures all over the world.
This will lead to unprecedented food shortages, which makes
the global rich directly responsible for mass human suffering.
Our planet can easily sustain a well balanced human society, but
it cannot sustain perpetually increasing consumption, inequality and injustice.
All around the planet ecological systems are collapsing. Entire species
are now being wiped out at a rate never before recorded.
We are heading straight for a mass extinction event,
and corporate consumer capitalism is to blame.
The current rate of extinction is over 200 species per day and growing.
That is 200 individual species, completely wiped out, every single day.
We are in the beginnings of a planet wide mass extinction event.
Put down whatever you think is more important, and help your children face the greatest challenge humanity has ever known.
Unless we change this world now, the children have no future.
It will get worse and worse and worse.
Mankind cannot survive a global ecological collapse.
Human civilisation cannot survive this.
We need immediate and radical change.
The global system responsible for this crisis
gives power to the few,
lets them profit from destruction,
and lies to the people.
It is time for change.
Help save this world.
What most people do not see is that we are on the edge of triggering a series of cascading collapses. Cascading collapses occur suddenly and with horrendous effect. Unlike most economic and ecological models presented to date, cascading collapses are completely nonlinear, and once we trigger there is nothing we can do to stop it but watch in horror.
People do not understand the severity of this crisis because they have not been told about it. They have not been told because the reason for the collapses is the same system that controls most of the media influencing world consciousness. How controlled is the mass media?
In 1983 90% of American Media was owned by just 50 companies. In 2011, the same 90% was controlled by just 6.
The system has never concentrated more power in the hands of a few, while allowing them to exercise it globally, than it does today.
The controlled media does not, and will not, tell you what is actually happening because if it does you will not sit idly by and watch it.
So here is what is really happening:
Technology is now being used to manipulate human consciousness at every level. From childhood to old age, humanity is being bombarded with images, words and sounds designed to instil an ideal of existence that serves those who created the content.
Wherever you go, whatever you do, there are entities in this world that continually try to influence and manipulate you.
You did not come into this world to be consumed.
Do not let them consume you.
In the real world, people are beginning to wake up to this manipulation and overcome it. Many of them are young people who still have enough remembrance of truth to know that the world the system sells is a lie.
I am on the streets with some of those young people, and these pictures I captured show what is really happening.
You have not seen images like this in controlled media because they threaten the control of the system itself.
Modern media is controlled.
In highly developed ways.
We must end that system of control.
Soon, millions will realize.
They will be on the streets,
And the system will change.
If ecological systems are allowed to collapse, all modern economic systems will collapse with them. Everything we do ultimately depends upon natural ecosystems. If nature collapses it will not recover for hundreds of years.
After this human civilization will be different.
We will never live in a world like this again.
For those who think economic collapse is a bad thing, let me now share with you a secret that has been hidden until this time:
Only the bad guys serve money.
When money is gone, good people will still do good.
Good people will gather, and we will rebuild.
The evil will be left with the fruits of their ways, having no love from anyone else and not finding supporting communities.
They will starve.
The system will not recover.
The good will outlast them. The good will endure the hardship.
Collapse this system, and we will have a better world.
The best thing we can do is to purposely collapse the worlds economic systems before they cause ecological collapse. A controlled demolition of an incredible dangerous structure is better than being buried by it. The system as it stands is a complete hazard to all life on Earth.
It is time to remove the virus from its host.
We don't need capitalism anymore.
Good people, worldwide, will work for peace.
Good people, worldwide, will work for love.
Good people, worldwide, will serve the truth.
All man is one.
The most do not compete, they collaborate.
If you are willing to do what is needed to rebuild this world and ensure everyone has food and shelter, then join us.
We vastly outnumber the evil and the selfish, so don't worry.
When the economic systems collapse, the mining stops. The drilling stops, and the funding for war stops. Systemic oppression stops. We need only take their resources, and all the ways of mass evil will stop.
We cannot let things continue this way anymore.
It will not be easy, but it's infinitely easier than an ecological holocaust.
For the sake of all humanity, it must be done.
We are ready for change. This world is ready for true leadership.
Leaders who will sail the ocean on a tiny boat for over two weeks in order to stand up to the evil beings of this world and notify them that time is up.
Our patience with you has run out. We outnumber you millions to one, and it is time you learned who is really in charge.
Either join the children and help save this planet for future generations, or stand on the side of the evil.
If we do not begin right now to work in harmony with Earths natural ecological systems, then the consequences will be biblical in scale. Unbreathable air. Famine. Plagues. All of these things will come. Most of humanity will be wiped out well before the ecology. In some places, where the people do not naturally work together, it will be hell on Earth.
A dark and cruel world of ugly entities fighting for survival.
In almost all of the Earth the natural beauty that we today take for granted will vanish. A world where two thirds of animal species are in decline, and the remaining third are soon to follow. A world where the oceans have more plastic than fish, and the rainforests are unable to sustain their rain because they are surrounded by desert winds after raging fires and rising temperatures lead to a critical point of ecological collapse. When the forest can not continue growing and healing at a rate fast enough to stop its collapse, we will watch the unbearable death of 70% of all biodiversity on planet Earth.
We have got to stop this. There is a way.
Unless you happen to one of the few who has been learning about this yourself or listening to the amazing Greta's Thunberg, then this will be the first time you are receiving this information.
Why do we have to change the system immediately? Because if we do not, then in a few short years natural systems will have collapsed to a point that is irreversible. Some linear models of this are estimating it will occur in about 11 years, which is lulling people into a false sense of continued linear trajectory, but that is a mistake. Ecological systems are not linear, especially during collapse. They only appear linear at the macroscopic scale when complementary systems are working in harmony.
In reality everything is profoundly interdependent.
If the pollinators go, everything goes.
This is only one example.
I hate to tell you this, but the pollinators are going.
If we do not wake up right now and bad pesticides and chemical agro practices, they will soon all be gone.
When they go they will take everything we depend upon with them.
Adults are failing to stand up for the children.
The ones who will suffer the most.
But the children are rising
To stand for us all
Over 100,000 stood up London.
Young women took the lead
In calling the world
to rise against the system
that is destroying the earth
And stealing their future.
Today there were 100,000
Soon there will be many more
and they are not afraid
Who are you protecting.
of those who protect
the system responsible
for destroying this planet
They did not come to negotiate
they've come to unite
and save the world
From those who can't see
For way too long, the politicians and the people in power have gotten away with not doing anything to fight the climate crisis, but we will make sure that they will not get away with it any longer.
- Greta Thunberg
Over 70% of world biodiversity is concentrated in just these areas.
Simply banning industrial operations in these areas is essential to protecting our planet, but we must also monitor populations closely and ban the use of all chemicals and practices that are harmful to the ecological recover of our planet.
It is important to take away all restrictions to the people working for ecological and environmental sustainability today. We have to massively increase our funding of wildlife recovery centres and field working teams who manage major reserves and protect them from poaching. These teams will be given the resources to exand their territories every year and given more resources according to the amount of new habitat developed, meaning a fast recovery is given even more resources to ensure it is maintained as rapidly as can be. This will see some miracles of resource recovery that change our perception of how quickly we can rebuild our ecological world.
Africa is an essential part of preserving our natural world and rebuilding the paradise this planet once was. If we are to really change the world, it must be lead by Africa. This crisis many be the biggest mankind has ever faced, but it also offers the incredible opportunity for complete transformation. If we do this right, we can emerge from this crisis into a sustainable and more equal world. With what is relatively little investment for the developed world, but huge investment for African nations, we can help the developing world become completely sustainable from the start, both economically and ecologically. Many are already far ahead of western nations and cities, but for clean energy and scale they will need help. for example by banning plastic.
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15% of the materials used were reclaimed and nearly all steel used in the building was reused.
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Sustainability is the only growth model that can work, because by definition, everything else is unsustainable.
A 27 year study across 63 nature protection reserves in Germany showed that less than a quarter of flying insects remain.
"Our analysis estimates a seasonal decline of 76%, and mid-summer decline of 82% in flying insect biomass over the 27 years of study. We show that this decline is apparent regardless of habitat type, while changes in weather, land use, and habitat characteristics cannot explain this overall decline”.
“Insects make up about two-thirds of all life on Earth [but] there has been some kind of horrific decline, We appear to be making vast tracts of land inhospitable to most forms of life, and are currently on course for ecological Armageddon. If we lose the insects then everything is going to collapse.” -
Dave Goulson, Professor of Biology and specialist in the ecology, behaviour and conservation of pollinators at Sussex University, UK
The destruction of this planet has been enormously profitable for the richest people in the world, according to a study published in Scientific American the top 20% of US households - who own and work for the corporations that carry out this destruction on a global scale, now own more than 84% of the financial wealth. The bottom 40%, over 130 Million people, hold less than 0.3%.
The Walton family, for example, has more wealth than 42% of American families combined.
We live in a world governed by people who are either ignorant of the unbelievable damage they are doing or who are fundamentally evil. No one can understand the consequences of these actions and continue them without being profoundly corrupt within. Such people should never be in a position of power and it is time we removed them. It is time for good people to stand up and do something. To overcome all of the evil in this world. To show them that we have had enough.
“We are essentially destroying the very life support systems that allow us to sustain our existence on the planet, along with all the other life on the planet,” Lister said. “It is just horrifying to watch us decimate the natural world like this.”
“The frogs and birds had also declined simultaneously by about 50% to 65%,” Lister said. The population of one dazzling green bird that eats almost nothing but insects, the Puerto Rican tody, dropped by 90%."
“I don’t think most people have a systems view of the natural world,” he said. “But it’s all connected and when the invertebrates are declining the entire food web is going to suffer and degrade. It is a system-wide effect.”
Here is what we have to do over the next few years.
We have to starve the corporations responsible of any kind of support from the people as a whole. That means no more of your business, none of your money at all, no more of your labour, none of your products, none of your services, none of your help is to go to these large corporates until they collapse. We must collapse them before they collapse the planet.
The planet can hold on for just a few short years longer, but thanks to their unimaginable greed these corporates cannot. Almost all of them rely upon bonds and cheap debt to carry out their horrendous activities. Without our support and funding, they will collapse.
Yes the corrupt banks and governments will support them because they are all together in this evil, but we can starve them too. Take all of your money, and put it into one of the banks that does not support the evil corporations. If just 10% of the population do this, which is much less than the number who are concerned about the state of our planet, then the corporates will collapse very quickly afterwards.
100 million hectares of tropical forest were lost from 1980 to 2000.
Cattle ranching in Latin America cost the planet about 42 million hectares of tropical rainforest.
Palm oil plantations (used mostly in food, cosmetics, cleaning products and fuel) in South-East Asia cost about 7.5 million hectares of tropical forrest.
Nearly 75% of freshwater resources and more than a third of the world’s land surface are now used for crop or livestock production.
The value of agricultural crop production has increased by about 300% since 1970.
Raw timber harvest has risen by 45%.
Approximately 60 billion tons of renewable and nonrenewable resources are now extracted globally every year – almost doubling since 1980.
Land degradation due to intensive industrial farming and the use of pesticides and chemicals has reduced the productivity of 23% of the global land surface.
Up to US$577 billion in annual income from global crops are at risk from pollinator loss.
100-300 million people are at increased risk of floods and hurricanes because of loss of coastal habitats and protection.
In 2015, 33% of marine fish stocks were being harvested at unsustainable levels.
60% of fish stocks are maximally fished, with just 7% harvested at levels lower than what is sustainable.
Urban areas have more than doubled since 1992.
Plastic pollution has increased tenfold since 1980.
300-400 million tons of heavy metals, solvents, toxic sludge and other wastes from industrial facilities are dumped annually into the world’s waters. This, combined with agricultural fertilisers entering coastal ecosystems has produced more than 400 ocean ‘dead zones’, totalling an area greater than 245,000 km2 (591-595) – an area larger than the United Kingdom.
At least a quarter of the global land area is traditionally owned, managed, used or occupied by Indigenous Peoples. These areas include approximately 35% of the area that is formally protected, and approximately 35% of all remaining terrestrial areas with very low human intervention.
Nature managed by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities is under increasing pressure but is generally declining less rapidly than in other lands – although 72% of local indicators developed and used by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities show the deterioration of nature that underpins local livelihoods.
The areas of the world projected to experience significant negative effects from global changes in climate, biodiversity, ecosystem functions and nature’s contributions to people are also areas in which large concentrations of Indigenous Peoples and many of the world’s poorest communities reside.
Regional and global scenarios currently lack and would benefit from an explicit consideration of the views, perspectives and rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, their knowledge and understanding of large regions and ecosystems, and their desired future development pathways. Recognition of the knowledge, innovations and practices, institutions and values of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities and their inclusion and participation in environmental governance often enhances their quality of life, as well as nature conservation, restoration and sustainable use. Their positive contributions to sustainability can be facilitated through national recognition of land tenure, access and resource rights in accordance with national legislation, the application of free, prior and informed consent, and improved collaboration, fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the use, and co-management arrangements with local communities.
“The vast wealth and power of corporations is at the heart of so many of the world’s problems – like inequality and climate change. The drive for short-term profits today seems to trump basic human rights for millions of people on the planet. Yet there are very few ways that citizens can hold these corporations to account for their behaviour. Rather, through trade and investment deals, it is corporations which are able to demand that governments do their bidding.
“The UK government has facilitated this rise in corporate power – through tax structures, trade deals and even aid programmes that help big business. Disgracefully it also routinely opposes the call of developing countries to hold corporations to account for their human rights impacts at the UN. That’s why today we’re joining campaigns from across the world to tell the British government not to block this international demand for justice.”
The majority of plastic waste still winds up in landfills and in the oceans.
69 of the richest 100 entities on the planet are corporations, not governments.
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A network of 94 of the world’s biggest cities, released a report in June estimating how much consumerism drives the climate crisis.
The results were staggering: In just 94 cities, where a combined 700 million live, the consumption of goods and services “including food, clothing, aviation, electronics, construction and vehicles” is responsible for 10 percent of global greenhouse gases. That is nearly double the emissions from every building in the entire world.
Consciousness, not biological systems, is what is evolving within this living universe. There comes a point in the evolution of consciousness that evolution is a choice.
If consumption-based emissions in those big cities continue on their current track, they will “nearly double between 2017 and 2050—from 4.5 gigatons to 8.4 gigatons per year,” the report says.
This means we would not be able to achieve the reductions necessary for the world to stay below 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, which the scientific community says is necessary to preserve a habitable planet.
We must evolve beyond consumerism.