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Ridding the World of Megacorps
Reviving Intuitions of God
Sacred Animals Party Campaign Arsenal

A suite of immuno-activist campaigns & projects to reassert human control of our countries, cultures and consciousness; rid the world of corporate cancer; and re-enchant our lives

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2012-04-03 Administrator The Issues Kubiak starts about 6 min in and runs for about 15 minutes, but the two beginning folks are also worthwhile.

Slamming Big Bods on CSPAN Alternative Candidates Debate

In 2000, Wlad repatriated from Japan and won the New Hampshire Democratic VP Primary on an anti-megacorps platform...

2012-04-05 Administrator The Issues A Brief Intro to the Powers of Attention (For the full monty click here.)

Paying Attention to Attention (ki) is the Key to Re-evolution

Attention, or what the Japanese call social ki, is our greatest evolutionary energy and the key to understanding s...

2012-04-10 Administrator The Issues   Recognizing and Resisting a Low T Corporate Culture

Anthroculture: Conditioning Us for Terminal Incorporation

Big corporate bodies don't just crave profits and resources. They need a constant supply of small subservient memb...

2012-04-02 Administrator The Issues   Understandingthe Corporate Takeover Existentially  

Diagnosing Corporate Cancers - Hint: Learn to see 'em first

Though big corporate bodies undeniably run our body politic and consume us and our planet as heedlessly as tumors ...

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Cash Of The Titans: Against The Noxious Fantasy Of Limitless Growth

By Phil Rockstroh
greanvillepost.com
Feb 23, 2012

Cancer, if given voice, would proclaim itself to be a believer in “free market values”"devoted to the principle of endless growth”until, of course, it would silence its own voice by killing its host. [Meanwhile] as the world races toward the point of no return, squeamish liberals are devotees of the cliché-worshipping temple of incremental change.

On thin iceThe concept of endless economic growth, accepted as sacrosanct by both U.S. mainstream political parties, and internalized as the dominant mode of mind by the general population of the corporate/consumer state is mirrored in the exponential mathematics of a malignancy.

Cancer, if given voice, would proclaim itself to be a believer in “free market values”"devoted to the principle of endless growth”until, of course, it would silence its own voice by killing its host.

Likewise, all life seeks limits or prematurely dooms itself.

The same holds true with addiction to unlimited economic expansion”the craving for incessant ascension is, in fact, a doomed Icarusian flight.  

In our time, politics as usual has failed to address the most pressing issues of the age: The manner by which neoliberal economic agendas exploit the masses in the service of a corrupt elite, and in so doing, decimating individual hopes and aspirations, as, all the while, the environmental dangers, endemic to the unchecked system, imperil the survival of humankind.  

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Big Agro-biz Toxin Lobby Print E-mail

Chemical Agriculture Goes to the Mattresses

enviroblog.org
May 8, 2012

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture began testing fruits and vegetables for pesticide residues in 1991 after the public became concerned about their potential risks to children. Remember Alar? In 1993, at the request of Congress, several top public health experts released a seminal report, Pesticides in the Diets of Infants and Children. Three years later, Congress responded by passing unanimously the federal Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA), which required the Environmental Protection Agency to implement health-based standards for all pesticides used in food, with special safeguards for infants and babies.

This flurry of activity grew out of one overarching conclusion embraced by scientists, physicians, policy makers, parents and the public interest community: Pesticides used in the cultivation of fruits and vegetables can cause serious and lasting harm to young children.

That didn't stop conventional agribusiness interests from trying hard to water down or remove provisions of the proposed law designed to protect infants and children. The industry argued that it would cut into their profits if they had to take children's health into consideration.

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Big Blighters Grow Bolder

Global Corporations Undermining
Democracy Worldwide


Instead of Chevron paying for its pollution of the indigenous lands in Ecuador, last year the government of Ecuador was forced to pay fines of $78 million to the US oil company after it claimed that the country’s efforts to protect the Amazon from polluters have negatively affected its business.

by Isolda Agazzi
Inter Press Service
May 7, 2012

GENEVA - In a world where governments are increasingly subservient to global finance capital, multinationals are gaining ground in the fight against state regulations that aim to protect the environment, public health or social policies.

According to the most recent data released by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the number of lawsuits brought against governments by companies evoking clauses in bilateral investment treaties (BITs) was 450 at the end of 2011.

These are only the known cases; most are kept secret.

In the many instances in which these lawsuits have been successful, governments have been made to pay fines amounting to tens, sometimes hundreds of millions of dollars or euros.

The highly controversial BITs – which establish the conditions for investment by companies of one country in another state – have handed multinational corporations an arsenal of clauses with which to fight state regulations against harmful investment.

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Spill from Hell: Diluted Bitumen

Poisoned air. Sunken gunk. A clean-up nightmare. What we're learning from the oil sands 'DilBit' dump into the Kalamazoo River.

By Mitchell Anderson
TheTyee.ca
5 Mar 2012

On a July morning in 2010 in rural Michigan, a 30-inch pipeline owned by Calgary-based Enbridge Energy Partners burst and disgorged an estimated 843,000 gallons of thick crude into a tributary of the Kalamazoo River. This was no ordinary crude -- it was the first ever major spill into water of diluted bitumen from the Alberta oil sands.

Clean-up effort, July 2010, in Ceresco, Michigan. Kalamazoo River remains closed to even wading, 20 months after spill. Photo by Mic Stolz, Creative Commons licensed.

The cleanup challenges and health impacts around Kalamazoo were unlike anything the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had ever dealt with, and raise serious questions about the preparedness in British Columbia to respond to such a disaster on the B.C. coast -- or the Vancouver harbour.

Each year, increasing numbers of tankers filled with diluted bitumen leave Vancouver loaded from the existing Kinder Morgan pipeline from northern Alberta to a terminus in Burnaby.

Tankers exiting Vancouver harbor must transit through the shallow Second Narrows channel during "high slack water" -- a short tidal window of about 20 minutes that provides loaded tankers with less than two metres of under-keel clearance.

Citizens concerned about these shipments have been assured that extensive preparations have been made to respond to an accident, and that an array of skimmers and floating oil booms are on-hand to contain any spilled oil. But what if the "oil" in these tankers doesn't float?

Unlike conventional crude, diluted bitumen or "dilbit" is a mixture of unrefined tar that is often heavier than water and "diluent." This is usually a cocktail of volatile solvents like naphtha or natural gas condensate that allows the thick bitumen to be pumped through the pipeline.

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1) The fabled forces of truth, justice and the American way are getting eviscerated now. Given the eco-social tipping points awaiting us, we now face our last hurrah.

2) Huge corporate bodiescommercial, financial, military, etc—have hijacked our governance and now are raping the Earth.

3) We can't beat them with the thinking that got us here or single issue activism that targets symptoms, not their cause.

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