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Fractured Country – An Unconventional Invasion (video)


Fractured Country — An Unconventional Invasion (Duration: 40 minutes)

This is madness. This is sickening (and not just figuratively). It makes me feel ashamed to be a member of the human race. Please watch, and share widely. We must stop this….

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  1. I feel you Craig, it’s horrible here, too. Now Mexico is going loco for it. But dude, this is all a part of the plan for us to return to a state of full presence, awareness, and cooperation. We can’t jump there without shooting ourselves in the foot (or at least it just doesn’t seem possible given the fact that we still allow greed to bleed Pachamama).

  2. Thanks for this video, it helped me to know the about CSG and the power of community. It helped me to think and ponder what I need to do as a human being. Thank you. My best wishes and support for the Locket the Gate organisation.

  3. We must please get EVERYONE EVERYWHERE to watch this 33 mins of destructive lunacy then 7 mins of inspirational example of WHAT WE CAN DO with knowing how to get the power to stop it.Well done Australia!

  4. Its time to call it what it is, War crimes against the population and the environment essential to human life…There is no ‘mistake’ about this, it is deliberately malicious forget protests, its time to start making arrests with all the criminals involved with community organization…

  5. “Mission Statement

    ‘Building sustainable communities by assisting people to assert their right to local self-government and the rights of nature.’

    Why this?

    We believe that we are in the midst of an escalating ecological crisis, and that the crisis is the result of decisions made by a relatively few people who run corporations and government. We believe that sustainability will never be achieved by leaving those decisions in the hands of a few – both because of their belief in limitless economic production and because their decisions are made at a distance from the communities experiencing the impact of those decisions. Therefore, we believe that to attain sustainability, a right to local self-government must be asserted that places decisions affecting communities in the hands of those closest to the impacts. That right to local self-government must enable communities to reject unsustainable economic and environmental policies set by state and federal governments…. communities must challenge and overturn legal doctrines that have been concocted to eliminate their right to self-government, including the doctrines of corporate constitutional rights, preemption, and limitations on local legislative authority. Inseparable from the right to local self government – and its sole limitation – are the rights of human and natural communities; they are the implicit and enumerated premises on which local self government must be built.” ~ Community Environment Legal Defense Fund

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