If EoP correspondence to MIC: Military Industrial Complex results in EoP v MIC court proceedings; the EoP Legal Submission cases involving EoP scientific and cultural law recommendations to shut down the WiP Ponzi profiteering of resource conflict and misery economy, by ‘turning off the tap’ — i.e. the breeding / consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits — causes of resource conflict and war; by implementing an Ecology of Peace New World Order Social Contract that (a) requires all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool; (b) nationalizes all property and provides all responsible freedom oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.
EoP MIC Summary
“I imagine any rational thinking individual who is a corporate member of any military industrial complex related corporation; would far prefer small sustained profits from cooperating with Pentagon and/or Kremlin officials to provide military support for nations to implement Ecology of Peace orderly and humane depopulation and deindustrialization; to enable them to focus on transitioning their employees and corporations to an EoP low tech sustainable economy; than billions of profits for a few years; that go up in smoke; when the entire world economy very violently collapses; and they find out that American cities and suburbs are no different than formerly nigger and spick only inner city ghetto’s; where mothers, sisters, daughters and babies are gangraped for profits for crack. Then it will be too late for individuals who called themselves ‘white men rulers of planet earth’ to speak about ‘justice’ for anyone that looks like them; let alone everyone.”
If my aforementioned working hypothesis regarding the possibility of rational individuals working for the military industrial complex corporations; being – like US Army Special Forces Michael Martin or Hiram Stonebaker – cognitively green platoon common sense capable of the preference for making procreation, consumption and profit sacrifices to honourably cooperate with Pentagon, Kremlin, NATO and People’s Liberation Army of China; to implement an Ecology of Peace international law social contract; that shall restrict all the worlds citizens, from all races and religions; to breeding and consuming below ecological carrying capacity limits; to enable orderly and humane deindustrialization and depopulation to a future EoP low tech sustainable economy; are incorrect; I have absolutely no problem amending such subjective truth and/or apologizing; verbally and/or in writing to General McChrystal; McChrytal Group and/or Ms. Mendelowitz.
Re: Hiram Stonebaker:
“In this country we build obsolescence into our products. Our national economy is based on waste. People buy because things look good and are packaged attractively. Take toilet paper, for example. We are starting to manufacture it in colour. Our test market hops prove conclusively that pale green sells best in St. Louis while pink is big in Boston. We have editors to snag the public by verbal gymnastics; brown isn’t brown, its tawny brown. We subtly key in sexually stimulating music to back up radio commercials. We know that men like blue-coloured after shave lotion. Sanitary napkins will soon be packaged in boxes of various shapes with striped and polka dot wrappings. So who cares how the motor runs as long as the upholstery has eye appeal and the exterior is junked up with enough chrome?” – Clint Loveless, Whitcomb Associates Public Relations
“Well … its just that I’ve been wiping my ass on plain white toilet paper for almost sixty years and I can’t figure out any difference and I wonder if you really can.” – General Hiram Stonebaker
— Armageddon by Leon Uris
You may wish to consider EoP Axis Military Necessity Evacuation blueprint ideas; with regard to your Sixth Stage of Collapse statement:
“This tragic [— environmental collapse — at the end of which we are left without a home, having rendered Earth (our home planet) uninhabitable] outcome may not be unavoidable. And if it is not unavoidable, then that’s about the only problem left that’s worth solving. The solution can be almost arbitrarily expensive in both life and treasure. I would humbly suggest that it’s worth all the money in the world, plus a few billion lives, because if a solution isn’t found, then that treasure and those lives are forfeit anyway. A solution for avoiding the sixth stage must be found, but I don’t know what that solution would look like.”
EoP Axis Military Necessity Evacuation is the military necessity mutual coercion last resort option of the Ecology of Peace NWO social contract options. It provides a legal blueprint for how to legally, militarily, politically and economically implement an Ecology of Peace international law social contract; to enable immediate orderly and humane deindustrialization and massive depopulation measures.
If humane deindustrialization and depopulation is implemented internationally as per EoP Cop21 Simple Root Cause Problem Solving Recommendation submitted to UNFCCC & Cop 21; and/or EoP complaint to ICC; it would have greater positive effects on re-forestation, biodiversity and climate change than the extremely violent depopulation implemented by Genghis Khan the Green; which only occurred in Eurasia; but resulted in massive reforestation and the plummeting of carbon levels.
Excerpts from: Coupled climate–carbon simulations indicate minor global effects of wars and epidemics on atmospheric CO2 between AD 800 and 1850 study by Julia Pongratz; article: Genghis Khan the GREEN: Invader killed so many people that carbon levels plummeted; Carnegie: War, Plague No Match for Deforestation in Driving CO2 Buildup.
Genghis Khan has been branded the greenest invader in history – after his murderous conquests killed so many people that huge swathes of cultivated land returned to forest. The Mongol leader, who established a vast empire between the 13th and 14th centuries, helped remove nearly 700 million tons of carbon from the atmosphere, claims a new study. The deaths of 40 million people meant that large areas of cultivated land grew thick once again with trees, which absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. And, although his methods may be difficult for environmentalists to accept, ecologists believe it may be the first ever case of successful manmade global cooling.
Genghis Khan and his Mongol hordes had an impact on the global carbon cycle as big as today’s annual demand for gasoline. The Black Death, on the other hand, came and went too quickly for it to cause much of a blip in the global carbon budget. Dwarfing both of these events, however, has been the historical trend towards increasing deforestation, which over centuries has released vast amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, as crop and pasture lands expanded to feed growing human populations. Even Genghis Kahn couldn’t stop it for long.
“It’s a common misconception that the human impact on climate began with the large-scale burning of coal and oil in the industrial era,” says Julia Pongratz of the Carnegie Institution’s Department of Global Ecology, lead author of a new study on the impact of historical events on global climate published in the January 20, 2011, online issue of The Holocene. “Actually, humans started to influence the environment thousands of years ago by changing the vegetation cover of the Earth‘s landscapes when we cleared forests for agriculture.”
Clearing forests releases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere when the trees and other vegetation are burned or when they decay. The rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide resulting from deforestation is recognizable in ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica before the fossil-fuel era.
But human history has had its ups and downs. During high-mortality events, such as wars and plagues, large areas of croplands and pastures have been abandoned and forests have re-grown, absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Pongratz decided to see how much effect these events could have had on the overall trend of rising carbon dioxide levels. Working with colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Germany and with global ecologist Ken Caldeira at Carnegie, she compiled a detailed reconstruction of global land cover over the time period from 800 AD to present and used a global climate-carbon cycle model to track the impact of land use changes on global climate. Pongratz was particularly interested in four major events in which large regions were depopulated: the Mongol invasions in Asia (1200-1380), the Black Death in Europe (1347-1400), the conquest of the Americas (1519-1700), and the Fall of the Ming Dynasty in China (1600-1650).
“We found that during the short events such as the Black Death and the Ming Dynasty collapse, the forest re-growth wasn’t enough to overcome the emissions from decaying material in the soil,” says Pongratz. “But during the longer-lasting ones like the Mongol invasion and the conquest of the Americas there was enough time for the forests to re-grow and absorb significant amounts of carbon.”
The global impact of forest re-growth in even the long-lasting events was diminished by the continued clearing of forests elsewhere in the world. But in the case of the Mongol invasions, which had the biggest impact of the four events studied, re-growth on depopulated lands stockpiled nearly 700 million tons of carbon absorbed from the atmosphere. This is equivalent to the world’s total annual demand for gasoline today.
Pongratz points out the relevance of the study to current climate issues. “Today about a quarter of the net primary production on the Earth’s land surface is used by humans in some way, mostly through agriculture,” she says. “So there is a large potential for our land-use choices to alter the global carbon cycle. In the past we have had a substantial impact on global climate and the carbon cycle, but it was all unintentional. Based on the knowledge we have gained from the past, we are now in a position to make land-use decisions that will diminish our impact on climate and the carbon cycle. We cannot ignore the knowledge we have gained.”
EoP Leg Sub: EoP v MIC correspondence.