Monetize Me or Dehumanize Me?

Seismic airguns are used to find oil and gas deep underneath the ocean floor. Airguns are so loud that they disturb, injure or kill marine life, harm commercial fisheries, and disrupt coastal economies. These blasts are repeated every ten seconds, 24 hours a day, for days and weeks at a time.

Crazy isn’t it – that money is the most important thing to have…

It’s not even just necessary to live anymore, but needed in excess of a gluttonous, consumable rate.  Also, sadly at the expense of every other earthling – plant, mammal, marine, insect life.  Ultimately at the expense of our Mother Earth – without whom we wouldn’t exist….But sure, let’s go ahead and blast the oceans, rape and pillage land and sea. Mankind is adventurous and a conqueror!  Of what? Ourselves? War seems to already qualify that bizarre question!

Discovery and experimentation for the benefit of survival of all living things is most definitely a necessity, don’t get me wrong.  But destroying our only home for the benefit of gaining money is a totally different story.  Forward thinking has become about bank accounts when it needs to be about human accountability.  Animals adapt to their surroundings, blend in – whereas people force the surroundings to adapt to what they require, causing droughts, floods, contamination.

Humans are the most alien thing to this planet – perhaps we are the ones who don’t belong here…

Kait King 2017

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6 thoughts on “Monetize Me or Dehumanize Me?

  1. Well put Kait. Humans are a virus and will destroy this beautiful planet if we don’t make corporations accountable for the destruction they cause. Never too late to stop the rot and protect the planet xoxo

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