But who produced those “renewables” in the first place? 
You can’t recycle something that wasn’t made in the first place. 

But who produced those “renewables” in the first place? 

You can’t recycle something that wasn’t made in the first place. 

(via sagansense)

Does anyone else realize how incredible of a time we are living in?

Practically the entire planet, every corner and certainly every civilized continent is a midst protect, culture change, revolution and questioning. Questioning our existence, questioning our actions, questioning authority and questioning our destiny. 

Yet, it seems as if no one is appreciating the beauty of the chaos we live in. We are seeing a time of civil unrest and conscious awakening that’s greater than the revolutionary era of 1776 to 1799 that saw both the American Revolution and the French Revolution. 

The last few years has brought us the Arab Spring, the global Occupy movement, Wikileaks, the dissent and move to third and even fourth parties both here in America and abroad. We are seeing the weakening of political unions and the strengthening of localized, accessible government and even the promotion of self governance. The rise of Voluntaryism. The belief that voluntary interaction is not only better, but best. 

The entire world is changing, at once. There is a global alignment of thought without coercion. 

This isn’t the new world order that conspiracy theorists have feared for decades, this is the new world order that humanity has desperately seeking for millennia. 

thinksquad:

Did you know that there was a successful peaceful revolution in Iceland? It’s true. But you wouldn’t know from watching TV.
In 2008, the people of Iceland forced their prime minister and his whole government to resign. Next, they nationalized the banks & opted not to pay back the fake debt created by foreign bankers. Next, they created a public assembly to rewrite their constitution. And all of this in a peaceful way.
The people of Iceland have proven to the world that there is a way to dismantle the system while preserving peace & democracy.
Learn more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Icelandic_financial_crisis_protests
http://youtu.be/8-SiYQ8s_6I

If this happened 200 or even 100 years ago, it would be the biggest story of the decade. We’d still be learning about it in school and the Icelandic people would be praised as heroes. 
Today, it’s not even discussed on CNN, Fox msNBC and it barely even makes a dent on the radar of the new-age, non-traditional internet media. 

thinksquad:

Did you know that there was a successful peaceful revolution in Iceland? It’s true. But you wouldn’t know from watching TV.

In 2008, the people of Iceland forced their prime minister and his whole government to resign. Next, they nationalized the banks & opted not to pay back the fake debt created by foreign bankers. Next, they created a public assembly to rewrite their constitution. And all of this in a peaceful way.

The people of Iceland have proven to the world that there is a way to dismantle the system while preserving peace & democracy.

Learn more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Icelandic_financial_crisis_protests

http://youtu.be/8-SiYQ8s_6I

If this happened 200 or even 100 years ago, it would be the biggest story of the decade. We’d still be learning about it in school and the Icelandic people would be praised as heroes. 

Today, it’s not even discussed on CNN, Fox msNBC and it barely even makes a dent on the radar of the new-age, non-traditional internet media. 

(via thinksquad)

anti-propaganda:

How to start a revolution: Learn from Iceland! (by THEDUMBPLANET)

‘The people of Iceland forced their corrupt government to resign.
A public assembly was created to rewrite the constitution.
The banks were nationalized, it was decided not to pay the debt that PRIVATE banks created.
All of this in a peaceful way…
What would happen if the rest of the world took this as an example?’

"Loans we never asked for". Exactly.