What’s really going on in the Brazilian Rainforests?


To have a healthy co-existence of people and planet, we must create a system and service dedicated to upgrading the ways we receive our news.  For too long, big media has obfuscated what they’ve always known.  Instead of serving the public’s needs, they’ve sold the public out as commodities, instead of citizens–we have devolved to consumers—pushed to buy buy buy to support an economic system that has failed us all for since the creation of contemporary economic systems.

It is time for an information upgrade.  The corporatization of information, communication and the news media has destroyed the public’s ability to truly thrive.  For too many years, big corporate transnational media have consolidated to the point that it’s not even news that they’re talking about.  It’s a ratings game, a game of clickbait, chess, and who can get the most social media followers.  In turn, the public suffers, as people cannot tell fact from fiction, and devolve to the lowest common denominator.

In the words of legendary investigative news reporter and journalist, Edward R. Murrow,

This instrument can teach, it can illuminate; yes, and even it can inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it to those ends. Otherwise, it’s nothing but wires and lights in a box. There is a great and perhaps decisive battle to be fought against ignorance, intolerance and indifference. This weapon of television could be useful.

Stonewall Jackson, who is generally believed to have known something about weapons, is reported to have said, “When war comes, you must draw the sword and throw away the scabbard.” The trouble with television is that it is rusting in the scabbard during a battle for survival.

  • When even with existing laws are not enough to impede ecogenocide and a true tragedy of historical proportions was not covered by mainstream media.
  • A case study of a major river totally destroyed and deprived from life, and why the indigenous consider it the equivalent of having thier mother murdered
  • How corrupt corporate and goverment alliances escape prosecution
  • How the economies of countries on the other side of the globe are the reason for sistemic ecogenocide of rivers and poor communities thousands of miles away
  • Why river preservation and implementation of rights of nature in one region is so important to avoid disease in other parts of the world
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