K. Joe Schrott

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K. Joe Schrott
Posted over 1 year ago
Would you rather want economical improvements or environmental protection? Or both?
Give you self a chance to graduate first, then look for a good group to support. Maybe you could even make a career out of it. It's going to require millions of young people like yourself to contribute their time and energy into this endeavor. It's a big, big deal. It's our Mother we're talking about. I don't get the governments, the environmental groups, the wealthy elite, the Big Business, the Petroleum industry. All everyone wants is profit and to win the argument. Every politician only cares about getting reelected, they don't care about the people. Governments and Big Business should act like responsible parents, but instead, they act like little brats.
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K. Joe Schrott
Posted over 1 year ago
Would you rather want economical improvements or environmental protection? Or both?
You are wise to be so young, and I like your expression, "Modern technology owes ecology and apology." I've tried to imagine a smarter technology whereby it complemented Mother Earth, instead of ignoring her needs. In this exercise of learning, I was brought to the depth of what really ails mankind, and it is mankind "Himself" as in male dominance. All of our troubles are steeped in a patriotic fervor; country against country, community against community, family against family, brother against brother. This has been a rhetorical pattern of behavior that must stop before we can focus on the needs of Mother Earth. Mother Earth comes first, something that the fast paced world has overlooked. Patriotic fervor is the creation of Man's desire to make war, not peace. The simple fact that war is profitable, peace is not, resonates clearly in every judicial and political acts performed by those in power. The real power still goes to the people, but the people are not organized. However, we are at a decisive precipice now in our history. With the Internet the people have the greatest chance of organizing in the history of mankind. The question is, are there enough of us with our heads out of the sand to make a difference?