Category Archives: Environment

Observing Elites Manipulate Our Fear: COVID-19, Propaganda and Knowledge

By Robert J. Burrowes While humans stand on the brink of precipitating our own extinction, with the prospects of now averting this remote – see ‘Human Extinction Now Imminent and Inevitable? A Report on the State of Planet Earth’ – … Continue reading

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Our Vanishing World: Oceans

By Robert J. Burrowes As the human onslaught against life on Earth accelerates, no part of the biosphere is left pristine. The simple act of consuming more than we actually need drives the world’s governments and corporations to endlessly destroy … Continue reading

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Data governance and the new frontiers of resistance

The 21st century corporation is using algorithmic-based intelligence to accumulate data on a massive scale. Social movements need to grasp this change quickly. By Anita Gurumurthy and Nandini Chami Source: ROAR Four centuries after the East India Company set the … Continue reading

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Omens, Portents, Karma and the Mandate of Heaven

By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds The question of legitimacy isn’t limited to China. what makes humans unique among social mammals? Some say humor, I would nominate superstition: regardless of how hard we promote our rationality and logic, humanity … Continue reading

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PG&E: Monopoly Power and Disasters by the Rich 1%

By Peter Phillips and Tim Ogburn Source: Project Censored The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has diverted over $100 million from safety and maintenance programs to executive compensation at the same time it has caused an average of more … Continue reading

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A Metaphysical Malaise?

By Kingsley L. Dennis Source: Waking Times ‘The real tragedy of our time lies not so much in the unprecedented external events themselves as in the unprecedented ethical destitution and spiritual infirmity which they glaringly reveal.’ Paul Brunton There is … Continue reading

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Humans Love Violence: Gandhi and the World Economic Forum

By Robert J. Burrowes As we approach the 72nd anniversary of the assassination of Mohandas K. Gandhi on 30 January 1948, it is worth reflecting on one simple fact that he did not realize. His efforts to teach humanity that … Continue reading

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Epistemological divide: How we live in two different worlds of understanding

By Kurt Cobb Source: Resilience Epistemology is the study of how we know things. All of us cycle between two main ways of knowing in our modern culture: 1) the rational, reductionist way and 2) the holistic, relational, intuitive way. … Continue reading

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