* City Atlas … The BLC Group
» City Atlas, Aarne Granlund, Christopher Mims, Pierre Omidyar, Margaret Klein Salamon, Petrograd Soviet, The Blaze, Brad Blanton, Ray Dalio, Glenn Beck, Madeleine Morgenstern, Occupy Wall St, US Chamber of Commerce, Ron Kipling Williams, Carrie Stone, Lee Nelson, Simon Brodkin, Trump Turnberry, Carol Ramsay, Fancourt SA, Gary Player, Rachel A, Healthy Soil Compost, Concerned Scientists, Robinson Meyer, Clean Choice Energy, Jason Hickel, The BLC Group.
* 22 Sep: Centrism dot biz: What if a Movement Stood Still. Centrism: Values. Science Direct: Human and nature dynamics (HANDY): Modeling inequality and use of resources in the collapse or sustainability of societies. Politico: Democrats hold their fire on climate change. Nearly Now: The Last Decade and You. Real News: Reality Asserts Itself: Bill Ayers: 01.02.03. Sir, No Sir: Trailer. The Blaze: ‘First We Ought to Kill Them and Eat Them’: Sights and Sounds from Occupy D.C. New York Times Conf: Ray Dalio: The Culture Principle. SHC Tudors: Brad Blanton. Channel 4: How to Invade Donald Trump’s Speech With Swastika Golf Balls. Tompkins Conservation: The Next Economy. Newsweek: Xi Jinpings’War on Golf’ could leave Donald Trump with no Sports Buddy. The Guardian: Our best shot at cooling the planet might be right under our feet.
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: EoP Cop21, EoP v MK Salamon, LJ v B Blanton, EoP v Ray Dalio / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GM: EoP NTE GMA: Cabinet | EoP Axis MilNec Evac: Lotto: EoP v WiP Academia, EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity, EoP v WiP Psych / EoP v WiP Neg.
City Atlas: @cityatlas; Aarne Granlund: @granlund_aarne; Christopher Mims: @mims; Pierre Omidyar: @pierre; Margaret Klein Salamon: @climatepsych: Petrograd Soviet: @PetroSoviet1917; Alex Steffen: @AlexSteffen; Margaret Klein Salamon: @ClimatePsych; William Ayers: @WilliamAyers; The Blaze: @theblaze; Brad Blanton: @radbrad68; Ray Dalio: @RayDalio; Glenn Beck: @glennbeck; Madeleine Morgenstern: @MadeleineinDC; Occupy Wall St: @OccupyWallSt; US Chamber of Commerce: @USChamber; Ron Kipling Williams: @wheresthemic; Carrie Stone: @papercrete; Lee Nelson: @RealLeeNelson; Simon Brodkin: @simonbrodkin; Trump Turnberry: @TrumpTurnberry; Carol Ramsay: @CRTurnberry; Fancourt SA: @FANCOURTSA; Gary Player: @garyplayer; Rachel A: @madamradams; Healthy Soil Compost: @HSCompost; Concerned Scientists: @UCSUSA; Robinson Meyer: @yayitsrob; Clean Choice Energy: @ChooseEthical; Jason Hickel: @jasonhickel; The BLC Group: @theblcgroup
City Atlas: 21 Sep 2017: 21:48 hrs: While pondering paradigm shifts someone beat us to it. All our questions r now answered: https://www.centrism.biz/ [Centrism dot biz: What if a Movement Stood Still] @DoctorVive @mims @pierre
City Atlas: 21 Sep 2017: 21:53 hrs: @cityatlas @DoctorVive @mims @pierre https://www.centrism.biz/values/ [Centrism: Values] @granlund_aarne @climatepsych pic.twitter.com/oDk2lDmpjH [Optimism: When they go low (point out that neoliberalism can’t solve the problems caused by neoliberalism) we go high (insert a stock photo of solar panels)]
Genevieve Guenther: 21 Sep 2017: 21:55 hrs: @cityatlas @mims @mims @pierre @granlund_aarne @climatepsych I read this site this morning. First-rate satire/critique/culture-jamming. Really brilliant.
Aarne Granlund: 21 Sep 2017: 21:58 hrs: @cityatlas @mims @mims @pierre @granlund_aarne @climatepsych I reserve limited room for actual honesty. It is kind of showing up in rhetoric now in my cultural slot.
Aarne Granlund: 21 Sep 2017: 22:01 hrs: @cityatlas @mims @mims @pierre @granlund_aarne @climatepsych. See how the bottom is never ever questioned in mainstream policy and common opinion is not even at level 3
» Retweet of Erkka Laininen: 21 Sep 2017: 19:03 hrs: @granlund_aarne Let’s begin with the vertical dimension of learning. At what levels should we learn about reacting climate change? pic.twitter.com/icnyteN0kU [Bohm D (1992) Thought as a System. London: Routledge: Triangle: Bottom to Top: Metaphysics / cosmology – Paradigm / worldview – Beliefs / Values – Norms / Assumptions – Ideas / Theories – Actions.]
Erkka Laininen: 22 Sep 2017: 17:59 hrs: @granlund_aarne @cityatlas @mims @mims @pierre @climatepsych What lies in the bottom: dualistic Western thought, ‘root for our ecological crisis’ (Bateson) vs. ecological systems perspective (Sterling) pic.twitter.com/M50yBjQVBW [I-It: decontextual seperation / I-Thou: co-creation in context. Kuva: Sterling. 2003: Whole system Thinking as a basis for Paradigm Change in Education]
Aarne Granlund: 22 Sep 2017: 14:05 hrs: @granlund_aarne @cityatlas @mims @mims @pierre @climatepsych Interesting. Earth System is coupled with human action – why do we call it ‘the environment’ which sounds something external to ‘us’ ? I mean we affect everything it does and now it is beginning to affect everything *we* do. Trump at co. are the last generation 1/ Which can somehow think that nature does not exist or that it should be dominated. Tables are turning on that one 2/ See the rabid destruction and ideological battle with the physics and chemistry of the atmosphere and the ocean. Depth is present here. f/
City Atlas: 22 Sep 2017: 14:39 hrs: @granlund_aarne @cityatlas @mims @mims @pierre @climatepsych Not only a problem of dualism. Without infinite resources, at some point this happens: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921800914000615 [Science Direct: Human and nature dynamics (HANDY): Modeling inequality and use of resources in the collapse or sustainability of societies]
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 18:48 hrs: @cityatlas @granlund_aarne @mims @mims @pierre @climatepsych @PetroSoviet1917 I prayed 4 20 yrs & received no ansa til I prayed w/ my [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za brain] – [EoP Amended] Frederick Douglass pic.twitter.com/XqaTNkTKSC [IG: 17-09-04_eop-bible-eopedenvwipbabylonlaw; 17-03-01_collapsewipenissoc-handy]
Alex Steffen: 13 Sep 2017: 19:03 hrs: This is what comes of not seeing the real politics of climate change. Stand back folks, I feel a thread coming on. http://www.politico.com/story/2017/09/12/democrats-hurricanes-climate-change-242618 [Politico: Democrats hold their fire on climate change] 2. Here is the most important thing to know about American climate *politics* in 2017: It’s not about action vs inaction. 3. When we’re discussing POLICY, of course we need to act, and act boldly and quickly; time is short. https://thenearlynow.com/the-last-decade-and-you-489a5375fbe8 [Nearly Now: The Last Decade and You] 4. But climate POLITICS is almost completely removed (in the U.S.) from climate policy. This is by design. 5. Climate politics here isn’t even about science, tho the need to act is established by findings 99% of climate scientists now agree with. 6. And not only is the politics of climate not about science, the core conflict of that politics has nothing to do with science vs. “doubt.” 7. What American climate politics centers on is predatory delay, and the civic sabotage powerful interests designed + funded to enable it. 8. Climate denialism, Fox anti-environmentalism, Koch radicalization of Tea Party, etc etc have been a massive, intentional act of sabotage. 9. The target of that sabotage is our Republic’s civic process—our ability to debate issues, agree on facts, negotiate policy responses. 10. Sabotage is needed, because if civics worked at all in 2017, the planetary crisis we face would be a central concern of our civilization 11. If we had even a half-working civic sphere, climate change would be the most important issue in America, day after day. Because it is. 12. CC threatens us more than Nazis did in WW II; responding will define the US economy; how we act will measure the justice of our nation. 13. Climate change is the great practical and moral question of every generation now alive, and will be for decades. That is a plain truth. 14. You know who knows this full well? Those who’ve created a movement designed entirely to prevent citizens from engaging with that truth. 15. These interests (mostly investors in fossil fuels/dirty industries) have seen for decades that Americans engaging with that truth… 16. …in the civic sphere will inevitably mean widespread change—change that will cut into the massive profits (and subsidies) they reap. 17. They’ve also understood that they will, in the end, lose. There is a 0% chance that we will live in a fossil fuel economy in 50 years. 18. But they don’t have to win forever, they just have to lose slowly. If they can delay action (by delaying engagement) they get $billions. 19. This Carbon Lobby, and their successful efforts to sabotage America’s civic machinery ARE climate politics. They are the issue. If Dems want to be the party of climate, they need to make the Carbon Lobby the enemy of the American people (which is easy ’cause it is). 21. Not argue with denialist dupes and lackeys, not discuss what tiny progress might be made despite sabotage, not hand-wave on Earth Day… 22. …not quietly bemoan that sabotage has happened, but make the fact it has happened—and why—a central, driving issue in our politics. 23. Only two choices: put the Carbon Lobby’s attack on America at the core of our politics, or watch the US be destroyed by planetary chaos. 24. But not only is it needed politics, it’s *good* politics. The people we’re fighting are almost clownishly evil. 25. There has never been a less sympathetic bunch, with less sympathetic goals, that the owners of these industries. 26. American climate politics is about whether Americans will accept this small group of powerful people sabotaging democracy, or not. 27. We must reject the frame that climate politics is about a divided nation trying to make future decisions based on uncertain science. 28. It’s not. It’s about a small group using their wealth to manufacture opposition to needed, immediate action based on clear science. 29. Climate denialism itself is a disinformation product. It was designed. We have the paper trail. 30. No amount of refuting denialism will lead to us winning, because we lose just by agreeing to have the argument. [Idea that climate reporting/discussion should aim to reach people who’ve tribally embraced denialism is itself a major problem in the field] 31. When we foreground the supposed debate on science and the cultural divide on action, we background the real story: predatory delay. 32. Predatory delay—the knowing choice to worsen a planetary crisis thru delay in order to get even wealthier while they can—is the story. 33. Predatory delay is the very heart of the story, the pulse that drives every other aspect of the crisis we face—and we barely discuss it. 34. Because we barely discuss it—and because most media coverage of climate is abysmal—many Americans don’t even know it’s happening. 35. If we want to win with enuf time to stave off global catastrophe, Dems can’t avoid making this not just a central fight, but a loud one.
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 19:46 hrs: @AlexSteffen If citizens provide officials w/ responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za mandate, it enables them 2 negotiate 2 adopt EoP intl law & bypass predatory delay! pic.twitter.com/tySRp7ns51 [IG: 17-02-28_eop-rcpss-cop21-cpac17; 17-08-05_gsoros-drainswampponziecon-forpol]
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 20:04 hrs: @AlexSteffen How much %? of predatory delay is b/c predators know WiP CC ‘solutions’ r fake BS PR; not real EoP root cause problem solving solutions? pic.twitter.com/vTkg7Jojys [IG: 17-07-23_godsmustbecrazy-nyt-climatedealstick-polpot]
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 20:09 hrs: @AlexSteffen For ex: An ego/eco illiterate @ClimatePsych pretending 2 want 2 solve CC; but addicted 2 industrial civilization; silent about overbreeding? pic.twitter.com/w1QNFjfehP [IG: 17-08-30_garrettmurtaugh-cnfamplanning]
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 20:17 hrs: @AlexSteffen @ClimatePsych Steve Biko & Malcolm X said the biggest obstacle to black liberation was fuck honour pretend we give a fuck about niggers white liberals!
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 20:19 hrs: @AlexSteffen @ClimatePsych Its quite possible: biggest obstacle to solving climate change is fuck honour pretend we give a fuck about climate change WiP liberals ..
EoP MILED Clerk: 22 Sep 2017: 20:38 hrs: @AlexSteffen @ClimatePsych Lessons from nothing left 2 lose liberals – ex @WilliamAyers – & GI’s on ending Vietnam War https://youtu.be/yRCxNa8G1qU [Real News: Reality Asserts Itself: Bill Ayers: 01.02.03] https://youtu.be/UIQHZF-2osc [Sir, No Sir: Trailer] pic.twitter.com/u6VWJeSwIs [IG: 17-09-16_scotus-alienpbdot-rcfp]
TheBlaze: 07 Oct 2011: 02:40 hrs: ‘First We Ought to Kill Them and Eat Them’: Sights and Sounds from Occupy D.C. http://tblz.us/6PXXC [The Blaze: ‘First We Ought to Kill Them and Eat Them’: Sights and Sounds from Occupy D.C.] via @theblaze
EoP MILED Clerk: 23 Sep 2017: 15:34 hrs: @theblaze @radbrad68 @RayDalio @glennbeck @MadeleineinDC @OccupyWallSt @USChamber @wheresthemic https://youtu.be/h2KHec3KNyQ [New York Times Conf: Ray Dalio: The Culture Principle] https://youtu.be/Gx-OVdTkwvA [SHC Tudors: Brad Blanton] pic.twitter.com/nLHiJ3jbcX [IG: 17-09-23_donaldtrump-golfswingbblanton; 17-08-05_gsoros-drainswampponziecon-forpol]
EoP MILED Clerk: 23 Sep 2017: 16:06 hrs: @theblaze @radbrad68 @RayDalio @glennbeck @MadeleineinDC @OccupyWallSt @USChamber @wheresthemic @papercrete Ready 2 walk EoP Radical Honoursty responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za Walk; or prefer 2 b cattle-slaves in WiP KKKI$$er Cannibal Economy? pic.twitter.com/txtbTkjIzk [IG: 17-09-12_eop-v-wip-wealthtransferoptions; 17-09-07_fewgoodmen-handlethetruth]
EoP MILED Clerk: 23 Sep 2017: 17:11 hrs: @theblaze @radbrad68 @RayDalio @glennbeck @MadeleineinDC @OccupyWallSt @USChamber @wheresthemic @papercrete @RealLeeNelson @simonbrodkin @TrumpTurnberry @CRTurnberry @FANCOURTSA @garyplayer Sorry Up’d https://youtu.be/Y8Ju8wZukYQ [Channel 4: How to Invade Donald Trump’s Speech With Swastika Golf Balls] pic.twitter.com/OcjhyoHppE [17-09-23_donaldtrump-golfswingbblanton; 17-07-23_godsmustbecrazy-nyt-climatedealstick-cnposters]
» Retweet of: EoP MILED Clerk: 07 Aug 2017: 14:27 hrs: @Ingster_ @yourgolftravel @ArabellaEstate @PinnaclePEstate @FANCOURTSA @_yungmao eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za @UN law will convert Golf courses 2 @TompkinsConserv https://youtu.be/Jv-JXrSLsWE [Tompkins Conservation: The Next Economy] parks http://www.newsweek.com/xi-jinping-donald-trump-golf-meeting-mar-lago-china-576636 [Newsweek: Xi Jinpings’War on Golf’ could leave Donald Trump with no Sports Buddy] pic.twitter.com/k02yspsMTF [IG: 17-05-29_eopscientificculturallaw]
Rachel A!: 12 Sep 2017: 22:19 hrs – 12 Sep 2017: 22:34 hrs: For everyone feeling nervous after the brilliant climate change xkcd comic floating around, this article is great! https://www.theguardian.com/global-development-professionals-network/2016/sep/10/soil-our-best-shot-at-cooling-the-planet-might-be-right-under-our-feet [The Guardian: Our best shot at cooling the planet might be right under our feet] There are many, many, many reasons to be simultaneously realistic AND have that realism lead to very real optimism. It’s very important to be informed- and, frankly, mourn and lament what we’ve done to this planet- but there’s also SO MUCH hope to be had. So many people are doing so much good. And our planet can heal itself if we give it breathing room. We will not end up with the same climate or biodiversity we might have, had we made better choices and been more respectful of this planet. But this is survivable and mitigatable and we can still share this beautiful world with generations to come. If you are looking for a few tangible things you can do with your restless hands and hearts: might I make a few suggestions? -Compost with a local provider. May I recommend @HSCompost, Chicagoans! -Donate to @UCSUSA -Subscribe to @yayitsrob’s “Not Doomed Yet” -Switch to a sustainable energy supplier in a deregulated states ( Illinois!). I really like @ChooseEthical but there are many options -Get in touch with your alderman and other local representatives to help make climate change a priority locally. -Look at your grocery habits! You don’t gotta make big changes. Cut grocery trips in half, so you end up throwing less out when life happens -Or consider how much you enjoy and need high-carbon foods like lamb, beef, and imported or out of season produce. One big mistake I made when starting towards being more sustainable was trying to shop my way out of it. Use what you’ve got… and when it needs to be replaced, whatever it is, look for a more sustainable alternative. Don’t buy a Tesla. Just drive your old car less. Mostly, know that this is something that you can’t fix on your own. You can’t shorten your showers enough to save the planet: So. Connect with other people. Tell everyone how you feel, what scares you about climate change. What excites you about solutions. That open and honest communication is the most most most most most important step. ever.
EoP MILED Clerk: 23 Sep 2017: 20:26 hrs: @madamradams Good list: Also: sign responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za oath; 2 support implementation of eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za intnl law 4 humane de-indus/pop’n. pic.twitter.com/CtYvQX10Kb [IG: 17-08-30_garrettmurtaugh-cnfamplanning; 17-02-28_eop-rcpss-cop21-cpac17]
EoP MILED Clerk: 23 Sep 2017: 20:43 hrs: @madamradams @HSCompost @UCSUSA @yayitsrob @ChooseEthical Clean energy won’t save us – only a new economic system can – @jasonhickel @theblcgroup ☮️🐾ℹ️ pic.twitter.com/uBXo49u4T0 [IG: 17-08-05_gsoros-drainswampponziecon-forpol; 17-08-21_jbrent-humansendspecies-1child]