I did drink me under the table for years. I understand now why many men are alone and, many girls and women don’t want alcohol into their lives. I drank so much that in the last year 2009/10, in particular, was nine times for rehab and three hospital stays in one year.
What we witness g20 summit on Global warming is politicians’ egos, a sort of disgust that denies people a happy life. The five conceptual emotions produced by the ego that comes to mind watching the behaviour are pride, attachments, dullness, and jealousy. How can these leaders arriving with an army of private jets create heroes for somebody who hardly affords a bus ticket?
The suffering of birth, old age, sickness, and death only made the prison walls thicker. The only thing to do was to seize the jail-keeper and see his true face. The jail keeper was ignorance.
Green activism poems and writings on the g20 summit 2021 Global warming. Stop politicians’ narcissis
Stop politicians’ narcissism. What is it that makes a person believe he is responsible and that everything is put on his shoulders to save the world?
Global capitalism tremendous ability to produce monetary wealth while at the same time an integral part of the so-called negative externalities poverty, insecurity, ecocide, resource-demanding are manufactured. The destiny of capitalism is to destroy everything beautiful,
Green activism poems and writings on the g20 summit 2021 Global warming. A voice from a different place
Global warming is caused by capitalism struggle to survive and forcing the majority, whom it exploits and define the capitalist sick own interest as narrowly as possible. And that it continues to grow into the developed world by imposing false standards of what is and is not desirable.
“Right now, inside me, it feels like something is somehow dying. I think if every one of us stopped for a minute, we might feel empty and afraid. Instead of listening to the silent voice inside each and one of us, this voice is our compass, which makes us who we are, what makes us human.
Requests a statement from Prime Minister Jonas G. Støre regarding Julian Assange’s extradition from the United Kingdom to the United States
On behalf of Julian Assange’s family, friends and all freedom fighters in Norway and the rest of the world, I urge the Norwegian government to issue a public statement on Julian’s case and ask the British government for release without further delay, as well as block extradition to the United States – a measure that saves Assange’s life and preserves the freedom of the press that Norway has committed to fight globally.