Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Philosophy


If we want our world to change, then we need to change our thinking. In this way we are creators, creating our own futures. In other words, if we think we are failures we will fail. We draw to us, what we think about.

What we think about really, is according to our consciousness level. We should all be reaching higher, trying to understand the same old things at an ever higher level.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Human Kind

Energy-production, meat-production (18% of the world's total greenhouse gas emissions), heavy traffic, addictive drugs, exploitation of scarce natural resources, money, prisons, weapons of mass destruction, mega-cities, fast food, war.

And everyone dies in the end, leaving a more messed up planet behind.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Atomic Mushroom

There were 2053 Atomic Explosions between 1945 and 1998.

The biggest explosion ever was the "Zar" launched by the Russians - the shockwave went 3 times around the planet. 



Friday, November 25, 2011

Banks

Why not change to a green bank?

Don't give your money to the Oil drilling helpers that destroy our planet.

Careful when you close your bank account at Citibank cause they might have you arrested by undercover police:


Thursday, November 24, 2011

Lex Oppia

The roman republic released the Lex Opppia in 215 B.C. this law banned purpure robes and expensive jewelery.

Today material luxury is something so common that if one country would release such a tax - wealthy people would just get their luxurious goods from another country.

In 1562 the Doge Gerolamo Priuli released a law that gondolas should only be black in order to prevent pomposity.
 

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Oil about 230 miles away from Rio de Janeiro

Oil giant Chevron Corp. has admitted that the company was responsible for the oil catastrophe off the Brazilian coast that began on November 8.

Around 200 to 330 barrels of oil seem to have leaked per day between November 8 and November 15.


Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Modern Slavery

 "free media"       - controlled by the banks
"free elections"    -rigged by the politicians
"free animals"      - caged in by modern slavery

Monday, November 21, 2011

The Princess and the Pea


Crazy isn't it? When we are healthy we do everything to stress our bodies and once we're sick we do everything to relax or are too tired in order to properly relax.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Extraterrestrial Lifeforms

This picture of an extraterrestrial fife form exists in the Universe, but we most likely are  alone with our lifestyle in the universe.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Underground


In Madrid they have Poems and Art and no advertisement in their trains.

The public transport in Berlin is full of advertisement.

Why, because the transportation advertisement is the most effective outdoor advertisement.  Buses even  reach the farthest destinations, transporting the adverts where they have no  stationary media.

The German transit advertising webpage goes as far as telling you that the advertisement posters are not as badly received as the usual media and that people are actually taking pictures of the posters.

... i took a picture of a poem in the metro of Madrid.


Adverts are poison and you know it. Poison put into our minds by the huge cooperations.

       ... no wonder people are pushed onto the rails  or beaten to death in Berlin - these Adverts are often sexist or racist.
 

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Words


"Silence doesn't serve us after today.We don't want a country where we get imprisoned for uttering a word. We  want a country that embraces and welcomes words."Hussein Ghrer

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Ninja

   In contrast to the Samurai who had strict rules about honor and combat, the ninja included espionage, sabotage and infiltration to achieve their goals.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Friday, November 11, 2011

Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

 The rainforest, adaption required.

Adjusting to the forest, the hummingbird is small and fast and has a specially adapted beak in order to get its favorite nectar.

From the1860s until1910 hummingbirds were hunted to decorate living rooms.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Fishy

    Food production in the agrarian-sector is highly dictated by the four major multinational corporations:

  Syngenta (Switzerland)
Bayer AG (Germany)
Monsanto (USA)
DuPont (USA)

 Monsanto is using child-labor in India, paying less than half a dollar a day.
Also thy dumped toxic waste near Wales or bribed Linda J. Fischer first administrative assistant at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the U.S. for the avoidance of pesticides and environmental toxins, to then make her the Vice President of Public Affairs at Monsanto.

  The list goes on without end to it.

And its not just Monsanto, other chemical companies have also been consumed by the capitalized Globalization.

To me its just one huge market fish being eaten by another bigger market fish. And the deadliest fish illness  is corruption.



(Greenpeace info on Monsanto: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/Global/international/planet-2/report/2008/3/7-deadly-sins.pdf)



Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Pharmaceutical Companies

     Health is all about marketing today and the pharmaceuticals industry has long lost its way of : "the best doctor knows when there is no need to treat a patient."-philosophy.

All we need is a new law: every new pharmaceutical product has to be better than an existing one.

Otherwise the  pharmaceutical companies will just keep on making up new sicknesses for already existing products.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Shopping mall


   The concept of the mall is always the same: a tube-like architecture that sends people down an enclosed runway with shops on either side, it is no easy task to find the exits. The consumers don't seem to notice that they are being sent through a system like cows.

Malls take away the customers of  small local shops. Studies prove that the loss of local business' profit reaches up to 39% after a mall has been constructed.

Most jobs at the mall are of the lousy € 400 kind (no insurance, no benefits) in Germany, cornering the poor into little boxes.

Mall investors buy the local politicians in order to establish a mall and only to maximize their profits. Whenever politicians say they are going to establish jobs with a new shopping mall, they are probably either stupid or corrupt because malls are everything but citizen friendly, not to mention their poor artificial  light, bad air but good parking spaces.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Single-crop farming

    Jungle was yesterday. In the past decade the import of palm oil to Germany has almost trippled. According to the EEG-Monitoring of the German Biomass research center, a total of 385 million liters of palm oil have been used to create heat and electricity in German cogeneration power plants in 2009. This amount of imported oil requires a palm oil plantation of the size of 110.000 hectares, which equals the size of the living habitat of some 1000 orangutans. Palm oil producers for Germany are Indonesia, Columbia, Malaysia and Papa Neuginea.

Our politicians are more concerned with encouraging the economy's and consumers' spending habits than in saving energy and conserving the environment - for humans and animals, alike.
 

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Scrap Metal

     Year after year our old computers (when not disposed of properly) are sent to Africa, polluting the groundwater and causing diseases.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

City Deer

   Just imagine a city without cars where deer are walking around and nobody has to be afraid of being killed by a metal box.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Saving Time and Energy

   Old fashioned systems we are stuck with, ironing. People iron their clothes to make them look different. There is no need to iron anything, only for job requirements.

In my opinion it is a waste of time and energy ( One hour of ironing costs about 0,17€ in Germany, one hour of blow drying 0,14€ )

Like with many things, it is a question of revolutinary spirit. Someone got to stop ironing and spread the message of new ways to save energy.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Executives

   Zombies are walking in the streets, its just not always that obvious that you can see them.

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Zeitgeist

   World history should be perceived as history and present combined. Perceiving the past is inevitable, since time, in its flow from past to future, is conected.  We see the past, feel the past, but time will remain just a word.