Monday, October 28, 2013


We must take the fight on another ground for winning the war against "The Destroyers".

The real bill of right should be such to grant mankind the right to live according to its origin that is Natural. Living according to one's body Natural Laws should preempt the actual Bill of Rights - which itself should be replaced by a bill of duty.

Man has the right to have access to the sun, to fresh water, to untainted food, to the primordial undisturbed nature, and to use it freely for a living, with respect. This should be the ground for a world law that would forbid access and maiming potential to people or corporations that could endanger and damage the natural nest of humanity and grant accordingly to individuals and local populations the right to make a living from preserved natural earth.

The law should protect nature the same way it is supposed to save men - women and children - against the greed of power from other men, and doesn't !!! In reality, the actual law that should protect man from become oppressed do not protect the individual but its belongings, as long as the law do not profit the corporation or the state that has the right to rob you of them.

The fight is to create good laws and not to fight wrong ones. GMO's must be forbidden not because of its effects but because of its origin. The right to use nature for a corporate or state profit must be made unlawful. The right to modify nature must be forbidden by law as soon as one lone voice is raised as a concern. Mankind needs a law to protect access to the sun, blinded today by Chemtrails, by pollution, by insane works under artificial light. Rights to fresh good foods and beverages should also be safeguarded. We must not fight against Coca Cola but have its components made unlawful.

There are products in the natural environments where the majority of mankind lives, the Cities, that are against its well being, that are civil weapons of war. Life is upside down in regard to the freedom of having a natural life for the bulk of us. We must not only fight against the oppression but for the creation of natural environments for humanity, the ones that have been torn apart since a century - and the City rush - ! We must protect and develop the right of living in the countryside - and of making a living in smaller communities, towns.

The only hope is to reverse to a pre-industrialized lifestyle, but with the advantages of civilization on a down scaled type. Hospitals and prisons are not obliged to be crowded as they are. This is the result of a century of an invisible urbanized coercion. Man needs nature to be a man, to be who he is. Man also needs smaller communities. Man needs to feel part of his environment, natural and cultural ... in a sane way. Nature is the nest of happiness for all of us. The only power we need is to grant ourselves and our communities the freedom of being healthy, body and mind, and not oppressed in our natural condition as human beings but helped by the laws, laws against greed of power, profit of blood, red blood or green blood.

"The air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat are gifts of life for all of us
 no matter what our creed or our color. "

Infectious disease specialist Dr. Stephen Hosea
MD in the Santa Barbara Independent

October 31, 2013

 Radioactive Fallout from Fukushima — The World as We Know It Has Changed [...] 

I believe that humanity is standing on the brink of a possible worldwide nuclear holocaust. The world as we know it has already changed as the result of radioactive material that has been released into the air and the ocean. I am not an alarmist, but I am alarmed. [...] 

I know radioactivity has been and continues to be released into the air and ocean. The effects on our health are incomprehensible because the magnitude of radioactivity released and the extent of spread and contamination are virtually unknown. [...] 

In my clinical career, I have had the good fortune to care for the homeless and the disenfranchised and the rich and the famous. When one is lying in a hospital bed with those special gowns that are wide open in the back, everyone is pretty much the same. The air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat are gifts of life for all of us no matter what our creed or our color. I know that these precious gifts have been contaminated. The silence from the media and the powers that be has been deafening. [...]

 We have an opportunity to help the Japanese with the crisis in Fukushima. I want the best and the brightest that money CAN’T buy to be making those decisions. This is not a request–this is an inalienable right for the sake of our children and our children’s children and all of humanity. [...]

 The time to act is now."

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