Manifesto For a Rainforest Defenders International 

Surely a “global system” must include everyone. But the words “global system” usually refer to the G8, or maybe the G20. They don’t refer to us, The People. One thing for sure is that rainforests and all the species that dwell in them won’t be protected if the human rights of their Indigenous inhabitants—the 5% of the world’s population who care for 85% of its biodiversity—aren’t included in the project of saving the rainforests.

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‘The Big Scary “S” Word’: Documentary film viewers of the world, unite! 

As its popularity soars, socialism’s secret sauce is explored in this never pedantic, feel-good movie manifesto that will make you want to march out of the theater and own the means of production. The perfect film for Labor Day weekend is opening in Los Angeles.

Source: ‘The Big Scary “S” Word’: Documentary film viewers of the world, unite! – People’s World

An ‘eonic history’ manifesto

Not a single scientist, historian or philosopher has been able to elucidate world history which remains a mystery. But the mystery was awaiting sufficient data to reveal a hyper-complex but strangely intuitive solution. The eonic model is finally a range of data and that empirical field shows where we go wrong. We cannot fully complete a full depiction (the data range is vast, and still a void) but we can as with a puzzle which often make sense in its parts detect and deduce a rough idea of what we call the eonic means.
The theory is therefore problematical, but the data itself can transform our sense of the meaning of history.

The enigma of world? Historians are notable for organized stupidity and are determined it seems to be blind to the real dynamics of world history. Can we at least recommend a look to these ostriche…

Source: An ‘eonic history’ manifesto: can we at least recommend a look at the eonic effect? – Darwiniana