Thank you, Rima.
This article provides examples of how indigenous, often isolated peoples and their cultures are being destroyed.
It is easy to consider that this is happening by a series of independent events. I disagree. The article uses the term “Globalised Civilisation”, and I think it is important and provides a hint as to how and why this is happening.
In my view, those who run our planet have been out to control this planet and all upon it for their own ends for centuries, and the destruction of the American Indian and their culture or the Australian Aboriginal or the African Zulu – it’s the same story, the same pattern. In their model, there is no place for the evidence of another value set, another understanding of life, another experience of life to exist, because it represents a threat. For example, the mainstream media will never publicise this story of Australian aboriginals using the cooperation of dolphins and killer whales to fish. How could man be cooperating with apparently wild animals for mutual gain? It does not fit the paradigm that is carefully constructed about what it means to be human, and such evidence is being systematically and ruthlessly destroyed. If you stop and reflect upon this story, you cannot see nature and humanity the same way again.
And so, the destruction continues. In my opinion, we are not a species with amnesia, as Graham Hancock describes it, but rather a species whose history, both prior to 12,000 years ago and as contained within indigenous cultures, is being destroyed as far as possible. But their boat is leaking. Göbekli Tepe, for example, will not go back under the Turkish sands which hid it for so long, nor will the likes of Steven Strong be quiet about Australia’s past. But, in isolation, it will not be enough to stem this onslaught. The scope of their control and their planning is far beyond the imagination of most people.