December 5, 2015 Ann
Vladimir De Thézier‘s photo.Antonio Sanchez shared Vladimir De Thézier’s photo.
Vladimir De Thézier
Sculpture of a Post human breathing from the last Tree on Earth
”When the last tree is cut, the last fish is caught, and the last river is polluted; when to breathe the air is sickening, you will realize, too late, that wealth is not in bank accounts and that you can’t eat money.”
— Alanis Obomsawin, an Abenaki from the Odanak reserve, seventy odd miles northeast of Montreal
Source : Conversations with North American Indians | Who is the Chairman of This Meeting? A collection of Essays edited by Ralph Osborne | Neewin Publishing Co, Ltd. | Toronto | 1972
New Internationalist Magazine
Yesterday undercover police cracked down on anyone questioning the sponsors of a corporate “Solutions 21” event in Paris.The action was supported by Corporate Europe Observatory, Les Amis de la Terre France, Attac France (Officiel),
Climate Justice Action, JED Is, Solidaire and Friends of the Earth France.
Kandi Mossett from the Indigenous Environmental Network spoke at the event.
For more grassroots coverage from Paris: www.newint.org/live/paris
Read the truth about corporate influence at COP21: www.goo.gl/8eAZFD
I just read that as of last night indigenous and human rights are being omitted from the agreement, you might want to bring that up at press time.
This song was written by Doreen Day at the request of her grandson. She attended a conference about the water in which the internationally known speaker, Dr. Masaru Emoto said, the very least we should do every day, is to speak to the water:
Water, we love you.
We thank you.
We respect you.
It is sung like a lullaby and we don’t use shakers or drums.Doreen and her grandson, Mashkoonce, give permission for everyone to share this song… sing it to the water every day.
Ne-be Gee Zah- gay- e- goo
Gee Me-gwetch -wayn ne- me – goo
Gee Zah Wayn ne- me- goo