The Wrong Target

Today I decided to draw my feelings out.

cartoon for blog

I hope they won’t come after me for that…

Most fossil fuels must remain in the ground to limit global warming/climate change: report/research: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0115/070115-fossil-fuels

People become outraged by the wrong things, invest talent, time and even money in looking at secondary disasters…

Those who have the gift for leading become preoccupied by how they look and do whatever to preserve their hierarchies.

Inclusion is a lie. Sustainable growth is an oxymoron.

You can best serve civilization by being against what usually passes for it.” ~ Wendell Berry

Wake from your sleep
The drying of your tears
Today we escape
We escape Pack
and get dressed

Before your father hears us
Before all hell breaks loose

Breathe keep breathing
Don’t loose your nerve
Breathe keep breathing
I can’t do this alone

Sing us a song
A song to keep us warm
There’s such a chill, such a chill

You can laugh
A spineless laugh

We hope your rules and wisdom choke you
Now we are one In everlasting peace
We hope that you choke, that you choke
We hope that you choke, that you choke
We hope that you choke, that you choke

~ Radiohead (exit for a Film)

You can best serve civilization by being against what usually passes for it.” ~ Wendell Berry

One thought on “The Wrong Target

  1. We live in a plastic world
    Where we drive toy cars
    And eat cardboard food

    We live in a plastic world
    Where we scoop the oceans
    And burn the trees

    We live in a plastic world
    Where we weave plastic lies
    With our sewing lips

    But our world isn’t only plastic
    We can make it stone and wood again
    We can turn the grey to green

    We must stop making our world plastic
    Otherwise we too become plastic
    A little more everyday
    (Danny)

    This was a poem that came from an intervention yesterday…I like the reference to the inhumanity which comes along when we forget the world around us and become immersed in consumerism. It reminds me of Darth Vader, who lost his humanity bit by bit in service of the Empire. I thought you might like to share in it.

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