The planet of the humans

Here is a link to arch-“progressive” Michael Moore’s most recent documentary. Watch soon. This morning I was following on Twitter an aggressive effort to remove it. 1.5 hours. The movie exposes the massive fraud of the so-called environmental/green movement.
I do not agree or support the underlying message on eugenics and anti-capitalism.

About budbromley

Bud is a retired life sciences executive. Bud's entrepreneurial leadership exceeded three decades. He was the senior business development, marketing and sales executive at four public corporations, each company a supplier of analytical and life sciences instrumentation, software, consumables and service. Prior to those positions, his 19 year career in Hewlett-Packard Company's Analytical Products Group included worldwide sales and marketing responsibility for Bioscience Products, Global Accounts and the International Olympic Committee, as well as international management assignments based in Japan and Latin America. Bud has visited and worked in more than 65 countries and lived and worked in 3 countries.
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6 Responses to The planet of the humans

  1. Ron Pavellas says:

    “Strange new respect” for Michael Moore…

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  2. Ron Pavellas says:

    Somewhere inside us we knew, somehow, these things to be true, but we are addicted to our comfortable, fat way of living–we were encouraged to do and be so. I remember The Whole Earth Catalog; I subscribed to it and imagined living simply and beautifully, peacefully. Setting political implications aside (which are really questions of who has the power and what do they do with it), this presentation feels true. I still have trouble regarding the question of “over-population.” If we lived with the earth instead of ‘on’ it, I feel we could support whatever population would naturally occur. It seems a dangerous things for a species to hate itself.

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    • Ron Pavellas says:

      I went to eat breakfast after submitting the above comment, and continued to read my current book while eating: “Tao, the Watercourse Way, ” by Alan Watts (1975). I quote from it: “The biological world is mutual eating society in which every species is the prey of another. But of there were any species not preyed upon by another, it would increase and multiply to its own self-strangulation, as human beings, through their skill in defeating other species (such as bacteria), are in danger of disrupting the whole biological order by overpopulation and thus of destroying themselves. for this reason anyone who sets out to govern the world puts everything, and especially himself, in danger. (And here he quotes Lao-tzu, in translation)–
      Those who would take over the world and manage it,
      I see that they cannot grasp it;
      for the world is a spiritual [shen] vessel
      and cannot be forced.
      Whoever forces it spoils it.
      Whoever grasps it it loses it

      The Wuhan flu, or COVID-19 if one prefers, may be Nature’s way of reminding us of these truths.

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    • budbromley says:

      Yes, we are no where near the carrying capacity of earth for humans. In fact, as society has developed from third world to first world, the capacity is increasing and the environment improves. Lots of studies on that. Malthus was wrong. The environmental movement, as Moore documentary shows, has been sharply regressive. Thanks for reading and your comments Ron. All the best!

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