This is negligence and disregard for a living beings life. The fact is mother earth is a living being and violations such as burying useless matter into the ground is blasphemy. Their are certain countries that do get rid of waste in professional manner, and I applaud those countries.
...yes...some states can put u in jail for a piece of gum u throw on their streets.... but they themselves dont mind dumping all their toxic wastes in their 3rd world counties neighbors... but who cares about that... its not visible...nobody sees it to spoil their clean view... its all good as long as its not on my front door...
This has bothered me since I was a kid. I remember being like 9 years old, and going to the canal, and at that time, there were still fish there, even an otter or muskrat or two. But even then, I would see all kinds of trash littered on the waterfront, and I thought....what is wrong with people. I remember me and my brother even spent the day picking up all the trash on the waterfront...probably my first real service to the light lol Too bad within a week, the front was littered again. It's a sad thing, and it's even sadder now, in the 13 years since then, now the water is so polluted, there aren't any fish anymore. Before you could swim in there, and we did swim in there alot..now, forget it.
Even in the park right here, kids just leave their trash lying around. I remember one day I decided to pick up the trash, and there was twice as much the next day.
But...as bad as things are here in more developed countries, you should see places like Mexico. The country really is one huge ghetto. Complete with trash all over the place. In rural areas, they have whole mounds of trash, just sitting there on the outskirts of small pueblos...and it really stinks. But I don't really blame them, they don't have anywhere else to put it really, they don't have an organized pick up like we do. At least I never seen it, only in the bigger cities.
But, one thing about them, at least they keep their rivers clean. I remember going to swim in the river there, and it was beautiful...perfect warm water, no pollution at all, tons of fish and wildlife....it was like paradise. I remember wading in the river with my girlfriend...and it was one of the few moments in my life where life really truly felt divine and magical.
thanks for sharing your story brother, touching
In my country we start at a young age, educating our children as early as in kindergarten about waste, I don't think there is a six year old in this country who doesn't know how long it takes for a plastic bag to decompose in nature. We are separating our waste so it can be either recycled, burnt, turned in to biological fertilizers or when it comes to for example chemical waste, stored in a way that supposedly isn't gonna go back in to earth. Our companies offer environmental educations to their employees. There are laws on how to handle waste both for companies and people in general, and there are frequent commercials about recycling or keeping our seas and nature clean.
I do think that my country is clean, but still we do have waste in places it shouldn't be, which I think is horrific since we are so well educated about the matter.
For me it's only natural to keep the environment clean since this is the way I was brought up. I can't say if I would be as conscious if I hand't been educated from an early age, but i doubt it. Some things people do, they don't do out of being bad, they do it because they don't know better. But when people in my country spread their waste, sadly they don't do it because they didn't know better.
Tiamacious.....things are not so bad here in Austria.....It is a small country, but a role model in many ways. All the rivers and lakes are drinking water quality.....they cleaned the rivers years ago and no new pollution goes in. We have trash cans at our house for plastic, paper, organic, milk cartons and then the rest. Much o the farming here is normal small farmers and there is a big move to organic arming and food for the past few years. GMO crops are banned. Nuclear power is banned. Much o the power here is from wind, water, and solar. We get a small percent of our power from France.....this comes from nuclear.... the govmt passed a plan to move away from this French nuclear power within two years. There are no chemtrails that I have seen....and no flouride in the water.
There is a law here that no one can keep chickens in cages.......most chickens run free range. The cows are outside, too.... like a normal farm. There is a huge consciousness shift to organic food and back to nature. I have seen this happen over the past few years. The advertising has been a big factor in educating the people.....when they advertise milk they show how their cows live up in the mountains and eat fresh flowers and herbs in the grass so the milk tastes best. And for the eggs....they show how their chickens are happy and have a good life outside.
Another thing is a move to have your garden/yard at your house organic.....They give you a small sign with a happy hedgehog if you keep your yard free of chemicals. Just another trick to raise awareness. The sign says,,´´what is good for the nature is good for you.´´´´ and the hedgehog is smiling...
All in all things here are moving forward.......one small piece of the puzzle.
so beautiful thanks for sharing FW! Wow, look at the cow picture, so pure, powerful and incredible!
yes i agreewith you, i try not to throw rubbish anywhere but in a bin. As for recycling Australia does a fare bit of that too.
Lets not forget though alot of people think the cabal head office is in Australia though.