Category Archives: Civilisation

Invasion

Invasion A race of hunter gatherers Their weapons were made for hunting creatures in the wild and not designed for war Living not for riches that others must acquire to fill a sense of emptiness which keeps them feeling dire … Continue reading

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Farming

Farming At the time the loggers arrived rainforests were still pristine now after a couple of hundred years there’s no virgin bush to be seen They took the best land and clear felled as much of the bush as they … Continue reading

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Deserts

Deserts Flora in the desert is slow growing and fragile A delicate eco-balance with fauna soft and agile Soft-footed native creatures trim the vegetation Using teeth like scissors cause no degradation Natural desert management improved growth because sensible pruning was … Continue reading

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Leisure and Greed

Leisure and Greed I can remember when I was younger everyone used to say “In future we’ll only need to work three or four hours a day” We spoke of the need to educate people to handle leisure It seemed … Continue reading

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Economics

Economics The fundamental tenet on which economics rests is market forces driven by selfish interests Market forces help to make consumer products cheap but side effects are also costs that we all must reap The market does not satisfy the … Continue reading

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Recession

Recession Communist countries have already crashed but capitalist ones can’t gloat Most of them are so debt ridden they are also in the same boat Capitalism will nose-dive unless it is going full speed so ecological warnings are never paid … Continue reading

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Schools

Schools What our children are taught at school is rote learn and regurgitate instead of educating schools indoctrinate Instead of that children learn to survive you must compete they learn it in the classroom to do it in the street … Continue reading

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The Third World

The Third World Dry and dusty deserts or a rainforest canopy People in conditions that might not suit you or me Their lands have now become marginal not due to their tradition because western civilization imposed a selfish ambition We … Continue reading

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Mabo and Wik

Mabo and Wik A leaf was turned with Mabo For some a brand new day because the High Court listened when Murray Islanders had their say It found that those remaining on land from times of old may claim Native … Continue reading

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