Is our planet about to stop spinning?
The hallmarks of a bad fairytale
Oh no, our planet is in trouble.
I mean, it must be. Otherwise why would the French government recruit thousands of “green police” officers? Why would Spain’s "ecology ministry" investigate such serious offenses as a boat party in a lagoon? And why would the World Economic Forum instruct their serfs to wash their clothes less often?
Fear not, gentle reader. Today I will tell you what this bullcrap is all about. But before we start, let’s get something out of the way.
Climate den1er, far-r1ght, consp1r4cy theorist – all those labels are engineered to deter humans from free thought. George Orwell called it wrongthink. Those words act as an electric fence for the mind; their goal is to hinder our mental development.
“ ... the Agricultural Revolution involved downgrading animal’s mental abilities, “ wrote Yuval Harari in Homo Deus. “ ... the second cognitive revolution [...] might do the same to us ...”
Might do. As in, it’s been happening for decades.
Are you fired up yet? Great, let’s get started.
What’s happening to the environment?
Let’s see. Is air pollution a problem? Yes. Are beaches littered with rubbish? Yes. Do we have a landfill problem? We sure do. What about the oceans? Big problem there too.
Are we facing an imminent existential crisis? No, we are not. Is it the first time we are told the world is coming to an end? Most certainly not. Global entities have been playing the eco-pocalypse fear game for decades now. From the Earth Day in 1970 to “An Inconvenient Truth” in 2006 – all they had to do was push their doomsday projections a decade or two forward.
But there is a key difference between the old fear-mongering and the new fear-mongering.
That difference is technology.
The plot thickens.
You’d think that technology has stagnated over the last few decades.
Amazon, Tinder, and Uber made our lives more efficient but they didn’t make them qualitatively better. The average city-dweller celebrates saving 30 minutes ordering groceries online and then proceeds to spend 4 hours binge-watching Netflix. We were promised flying cars and all we got was a TikTok addiction.
Consumer technology has nothing to show for the trillions of dollars their elite oligarchs have piled up. Millennials aren’t any happier, healthier, or wealthier than their fathers and grandfathers.
If the goal of technology was to improve people’s lives then technology has clearly failed.
Unfortunately, however, technology has not failed.
Aside from their digital hamster-wheels, everyday people have not experienced any real technological progress. Behind the scenes, however, technology has been advancing by leaps and bounds.
For decades, the architects of “our democracy” have been perfecting methods of controlling and micromanaging the world. But you won’t see any of that in mainstream news. Why? Because mainstream news is not about reality. More and more people are waking up to this: mainstream media are in the business and science of illusion.
Take a look at weather forecasts, for example. 35 degrees Celsius used to be illustrated as “green” and normal a few years ago. Now 25 degrees is illustrated as “red” and critical.
But here is where it gets interesting – because perception will only take you so far.
Over the last century technology progressed to the point where its operators can make localized weather interventions. Cloud seeding has been around for decades. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Let’s talk about those white lines on the sky. No, they are not caused by higher humidity. You won’t see them anywhere but in large western metros. Those lines are contrived. And if you scratch beneath the surface you’ll find that much of the extreme weather phenomena over the last couple of decades were contrived.
As their technical capacity expands, we’ll be hearing more and more about floods, hurricanes, droughts, and other extreme phenomena over the coming years. Needless to say, those interventions are hurting humanity every bit as much as they hurt the environment. Which brings us to the core of the environmental debate.
The architects of “our democracy” are pitting humans against the environment. They want us to view ourselves as Earth’s pestilence. They want us to stop traveling, stop eating food, and stop washing our clothes. They want us to stop living our lives because human life – and carbon itself – is portrayed as bad for the environment.
This, of course, is an inversion of the truth.
Humans are not bad for the environment.
Humans are the environment.
When humans thrive the environment thrives. And vice versa. What’s bad for the environment is bad for humans.
Plastic, disposable consumer products are bad for humans and the environment in equal measure. Plastic packaging is only necessary for mass-produced, barcode-laden products of inferior quality. Want to stay healthy? Skip the plastic. Buy local, organic, and unprocessed. Environment problem: solved.
Notice how it is the old-school farmers that are paying the price of the climate “crisis”? Especially the small ones who’ve owned and cultivated their land for generations.
Truth is, eating organic, pasture-raised meat is good for humans and the environment, despite what you hear from the media of illusion.
Instead of real food, we should – according to the WEF, the Guardian and their friends – be consuming lab-made food paste. Failing that, we can always eat insects and worms. And if that doesn’t fly either, they’ve got other, more drastic solutions at the ready.
Reality, however, is self-evident:
What’s bad for humans is bad for the environment.
Take those face diapers, for example. They impede our breathing, dehumanize us, and they’re notoriously bad for the environment.
What about the proliferation of “smart” gadgets? They generate harmful EMFs and their Lithium batteries deplete and pollute the environment. They also happen to be extremely flammable, which makes them unsafe for vehicles.
Speaking of which, the overwhelming majority of electric cars are powered by fossil fuels. The conversion waste is subsidized by tax-payer dollars and shoved under the carpet. Also, the manufacturing of electric vehicles creates way more emissions than that of petrol cars. Look into it.
Once again – bad for humans, bad for the environment.
Okay, I’ll give it a rest now. All I’m saying is, you can’t separate individuals from their family, their territory, and their environment. Our interests are aligned.
Don’t fall for the “divide and conquer”.
It’s been happening since the beginning of times. When someone attempts to separate and break things apart, they’re probably not your friend.
Mainstream media makes a boogeyman out of everything that is good for us: healthy families, strong traditions, good food, natural remedies. Even breathing and sneezing are demonized.
Don’t fall for it.
Our natural world is a fractal.
The unit is inseparable from the whole. Our ecosystem thrives when its constituents thrive. It’s so simple, so easy, so natural. Want to help the environment? Then help yourself:
Eliminate plastic from your life. Anything with a barcode relies on plastic, which is bad for humans and bad for the environment.
Say no to supermarket feedlots. Support your local farmers. Failing that, support your local vendors. Get to know the humans who bring you food.
Look at the sky. Notice any man-made lines? Those are not normal – if you can see them, you probably need to move. Those lines are not good for humans and they’re certainly not good for the environment.
Humans cannot be bad for the environment because humans are the environment. Human life is sacred. Carbon is sacred. Our wellbeing is sacred.
The only way to harm the environment is by breaking things apart, by concocting ideological factions (gender, race, diet) and by separating the unit from the whole. Learn to see when that happens and don’t buy into it.
Live life to the fullest. That'll do wonders for the environment.
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