In the 19 months since Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back.
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Greed knows no bounds. The interest behind this incursion are simply the same corporations that have effectively taken over the rest of the world. Their influence is immense.
Enough so to even change the Brazilian governments long standing desire to expand reserves and protect the forest.
They must have been offered some wonderful incentives… At what cost to the future of south Americans and mankind in general is easily decipherable.
These old growth rain forest have been around for many millions of years. In that time. they have established the most diverse ecology of life this planet has had in its billions of years of existence.
Its a shame humanity would blindly throw this away for short term monetary gain. When it’s obvious that the same system that promotes this is also the same system that promotes high interest loans, debt procurement and corporate interest that lobby governments to effectively take control of congressional powers.
this is holding humanity back from becoming something greater, then what we are becoming.
This being the 21st century. We should have reached a level of enlightenment and educated greatness that things like whether or not cutting down an irreplaceable forest is the responsible thing to do should be a no brainer.
But instead we live in a world where ultra wealthy corporate interest lobby and manipulate government powers to pass laws in which benefit said corporation to increase their bottom line no matter the cost to life, resources and nature.
What is required is that humanity hits them where it hurts. The most powerful tool we posses against them is one of two things. We either destroy this system of debt accumulation and create one that is based on actual natural wealth and the betterment of mankind and not corporate powers.
Or we send the message every day with your pocket books that you will not agree to, nor except buying products that negatively effect the advancement of humanity and this planet.
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