Categories Archives: The Problem: Civilization

The Gender Identity Industry, Transhumanism and Posthumanism

Written by Jennifer Bilek. This blog piece draws together analysis on gender identity and post-humanism ideology. By Jennifer Bilek/The 11th Hour Blog The massive rearranging of western societies at warp speed, purportedly to address a human rights issue for a miniscule part of the population with identity issues, is the height of absurdity. That so … Continue reading The Gender Identity Industry, Transhumanism and Posthumanism

The Cult Of The Goddess Kali

In this excerpt from her book Matriarchal Societies, Heide Goettner-Abendroth describes her journey to the shrine of Kali, which is at the meeting place of two streams. Heide’s writing brings to life the sacredness of both nature and women.  When they talk about her at all, Europeans describe the cult of Kali, India’s ancient great … Continue reading The Cult Of The Goddess Kali

Researchers Urge Better Protection As Wetlands Continue To Vanish

This article was written by Morgan Erickson-Davis.   Morgan describes how biodiverse wetlands are, she asserts we need a change in law to restore them begin to look after and to recreate balance between people, wetlands and biodiversity.  By Morgan Erickson-Davis   Wetlands provide many benefits to ecological and human communities alike, from nutrients and … Continue reading Researchers Urge Better Protection As Wetlands Continue To Vanish

Brazil: Indigenous people fight Covid and Bolsonaro

In this article Survival International draw attention to the impact of the corona virus on indigenous people, compounded further by persecution from President Bolsonaro. Survival International seek to amplify the voices of indigenous people, protecting their land and heritage.  Featured image: Jair Bolsonaro, President of Brazil © Agencia Brasil CC-BY-3.0-BR Brazil’s indigenous people are being … Continue reading Brazil: Indigenous people fight Covid and Bolsonaro

India’s Farmer’s Protests: This Is History In The Making

This article was written by Sarang Narasimhaiah and Mukesh Kulriya and published on Roarmag.org in the 5th February 2021. Sarang and Mukesh offer the reader a detailed acount of the protests, why people are against corporate rule and what the protests may lead to. Featured image by Mukesh Kulriya. Amidst the months-long, farmer-led protests on … Continue reading India’s Farmer’s Protests: This Is History In The Making

How Climate Change Is Reducing Numbers Of Humpback Whale Calves In The North-West Atlantic

Written by Christian Ramp and originally published in The Conversation. This article highlights evidence linking reduction in reproduction of the humback whale and climate change. Climate change is having a serious impact on the world’s oceans in various ways, ranging from its devastating effects on tropical coral reefs to melting polar sea ice. But until now, it wasn’t … Continue reading How Climate Change Is Reducing Numbers Of Humpback Whale Calves In The North-West Atlantic

Lithium Mining Ain’t Green, with Kevin Emmerich

Voices for Nature and Peace podcast features Kevin Emmerich, who was interviewed by Kollibri Sonnenblume about lithium mining. They talk about the harms caused by such mining on the unique ecology in the Thacker Pass area.  By Elisabeth Robson | Feb 17, 2021: Kollibri Terre Sonnenblume interviews Kevin Emmerich from Basin & Range Watch about lithium mining, … Continue reading Lithium Mining Ain’t Green, with Kevin Emmerich

Indigenous Leaders Killed In Philippines Were ‘Red-Tagged’ Over Dam Opposition

In this article, written by Jun N. Aguirre and published in Mongabay on February 8th, 2021, he describes how nine environmental activists were killed by the authorities due to their opposition regarding the construction of dams. Featured image: Project description from the government homepage.  Image courtesy of the National Irrigation Administration JRMP Project Stage II  … Continue reading Indigenous Leaders Killed In Philippines Were ‘Red-Tagged’ Over Dam Opposition

Chemical Screams

A beautfiul description of Thacker Pass by Will Falk | Feb 7, 2021 If you look across Thacker Pass from the shoulders of the Montana mountains, the land looks like a quilt the Double-H mountains in the south pulled up to their chin to keep warm during the cold winter nights. The hills that roll towards the … Continue reading Chemical Screams

The Psychology of Empire

This is an excerpt from Garden Planet: The Present Phase Change of The Human Species by William H. Kotke. AuthorHouse, 2005. 146 pages. $11. Available from the Barn. Fear is the fundamental of this cultural form. The assertion is that the basic spiritual shift in consciousness was from a reality-view that saw the entire cosmos … Continue reading The Psychology of Empire