The wake up call
Hope, the only thing left in Pandora's box is all we have. Who are we handing it to?
What is on their real agenda. These people who talk on your behalf, your childrend's behalf? What are their real motives?
On this site you will learn some truths, about you, your environment and your immediate future.
The good news is: You should not be concerned about the planet. The planet is perfectly all right. It is accustomed to some rough rides. In fact, over the millennia, the planet and ecosystem have thrived on them. So what is all this about saving the planet?
Unfortunately, the bad news is: The planet does not need saving, it never did, our species does! We are the ones ‘peeing in our own bath water’, all of us. It is our atmosphere that needs saving. The very thing that keeps you and me comfortably alive! That fragile thing, the very air we breathe, is taken for granted, treated with contempt. That very delicate, well-balanced thing that stops you and me freezing to death, roasting to death or even choking to death, is being mercilessly polluted. It is only a matter of time before that well-balanced, gaseous, circulatory system is thrown out of sync and collapses, and when it does, the world will never be the same for any of us!
They say ‘a little learning is a dangerous thing’. They say ‘ignorance is bliss’. I say ‘not in this case’. I think you will want to know what will cause the biggest cataclysm since the extinction of the dinosaurs. You will want to know how imminent it is and, I imagine, you will want to know just how long all of us have!
In the great scheme of things I am as significant as a speck of dust. The problem is, so are we all. But as a group, we are having a serious detrimental effect on our planet.
It is said ‘one swallow does not make a summer’. I say ‘one normal winter does not make Global Warming a nonsense'. To be misled by those who have everything to gain short term by denying that Climate Change is a reality, is sealing the fate of your children and humanity as a whole...Cuger Brant.
Is it not fortunate to be young enough to know everything?