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How about the fact the

"How about the fact the corporatacracy rapes and pillages Earth simply for profit"


"without a care for the fate of humanity or this precious environment."

First, erase the superfluous language (read: the fact that; simply) and misused language (read: corporatacracy; simply), leaving: How about corporations and governments alone and together raping and pillaging Earth for profit?

Really? For profit? Not for domination, but for the conclusion drawn since the inception of the US government and that has been uttered in every commercial avenue since then, for profit? For profit?

Am I the only person who sees the profit people such as woman in this video talk about is illegitimate and because of it is how to generate and -- oh, how I loathe this word -- sustain control?

Projecting the idea that selling and buying whose result is or should be mutual (determined by the seller and buyer) and is income, is profit, for the seller as nefarious is old, dull and wrong. Ohhhh, scary. Ohhhh, making a living, scaryyyy. Self providence, sCaaAAaarrRRRrrRRryyyYYyy.

Then the disconnect between taking care of Earth and freedom. Ahh, this disconnect is a nuisance and, I think, deliberate.

Don't forget about "...the establishment pushes religion...." Is she saying the US government mandates religion? If she doesn't mean that, she should say what she means. Not one person in my life has forced religion on me and I know no one who has been forced into a religion. What is this woman talking about? Note to female talking head: Say what you mean.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.