Archive | August, 2011

Eyes Wide Shut | The Tar Sands Action Protest & The Paralysis of a Movement – Excerpt

August 30, 2011


Eyes Wide Shut | The Tar Sands Action Protest & The Paralysis of a Movement August 30th, 2011 Cory Morningstar Following is an excerpt from Ward Churchill’s Pacifism as Pathology, first published in 1986. For anyone interested in mitigating the global collapse of all ecosystems and deterring planet-wide and species-wide genocide, this is essential reading. […]

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The Great Rainforest Heist: Greenpeace, WWF, RAN, FSC and REDD+ Conspiracy to Log Earth’s Last Primary Forests for Their Protection

August 29, 2011


August 10, 2011 By Earth Meanders, a project of Ecological Internet CONTACT: Dr. Glen Barry, glenbarry WHEN GOOD RAINFOREST GROUPS GO BAD you get monoculture and secondary forest plantations where ancient intact primary rainforests once stood, called sustainable forest management and carbon forestry, by BINGO’s (big NGOs) and United Nations greenwashers, paid for with your […]

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The Commodification of Tim DeChristopher

August 29, 2011


The Commodification of Tim DeChristopher by Gregory Vickrey Tim DeChristopher, otherwise known as “Bidder 70” and any number of other marketable terms, was recently sentenced to two years in prison and required to pay a large sum in fines as retribution for his actions at an auction for 130,000 or so acres of land in […]

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Whether Media or NGOs – The Funding of Silence is Destroying Us

August 13, 2011


“When truth is replaced by silence, the silence is a lie.” The strange silencing of liberal America – by John Pilger 7 July 2011 How does political censorship work in liberal societies? When my film, ‘Year Zero: the Silent Death of Cambodia’, was banned in the United States in 1980, the broadcaster PBS cut all […]

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An Open Letter to The Nature Conservancy

August 10, 2011


Image courtesy of Unsuitablog Dear TNC people: This is a letter I sent to my lists some months ago. I would ask you to consider distributing it among yourselves and to the conference planners. I just read of your October conference where business leaders will once again pretend to address the global ecological crisis. I […]

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Somalia & Disaster Aid | A Multi-Million Dollar INDUSTRY

August 5, 2011

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  Image from the article Somalia: the Real Causes of Famine Famine in Somalia – The story you’re unlikely to hear any time soon By Rasna Warah 2011-08-03 cc Oxfam In the absence of a well-functioning central government, Somalia is in effect being ‘managed and controlled by aid agencies’, writes Rasna Warah. But it’s a […]

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A Tar Sands Partnership Agreement in the Making?

August 3, 2011


By Macdonald Stainsby Canadian Dimension August 1st 2011   Campaigns against tar sands production have grown rapidly over the last four years. From the relative obscurity in Alberta to an international lightning rod for people trying to address all manner of concerns from indigenous and community self-determination to peak oil and climate change – criticisms […]

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