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TZ here: I WARMLY recommend this interview. KP’s blog has been a popular one for many years and Louise and Steve’s warm way of interviewing KP and Cobra makes for a pleasant interview: I can imagine that some of you will find it difficult to follow everything that Cobra says because of the voice modulation. I normally have no problem hearing everything he says but it’s a bit more difficult on this one. HOWEVER, as Cobra mentions on his blog he will be adding a transcript of the interview as soon as it is available. PS in case someone might not understand why there has to be voice modulation for Cobra it has been demanded by the Resistance Movement for his safety.
For the first time in US history, more Americans have died of drug overdoses in a single year than all those killed in the Vietnam War. The drug war has been exposed as a deadly and violent failure and the federal government shows no signs of backing down.
For the first time in U.S. History, more Americans died in 2016 of drug overdoses than were killed in the Vietnam War. Let that sink in.
Last year’s death toll in the War on Drugs was 59,000 killed, while during the entire Vietnam War, 1955 to 1975, 58,220 American service members’ lives were lost. And, thanks to the immoral and futile police approach to the drug problem, there appears to be no hope in sight for the tide to change.
Recently, I had the enormous good fortune to enjoy the screening in my local arts movie theater of a most exciting, beautifully photographed and produced, full-length motion picture titled “Inhabit.”
I sat there in awe of the beauty of Nature, plus how humans are learning, and implementing, how to interact more ecologically intelligently with Mother Nature to grow food while incorporating and creating a totally pristine ecosystem, which includes farm animals, geese and ducks, fruits and veggies—all without the use of toxic chemicals!
In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast off the coast of the United States. This had unforeseen and radical consequences on the price of food. Around 2,900 oil rigs were shut down, disrupting 95% of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico — the impact of which lasted several months. While to the casual observer this may not sound terribly remarkable, it had far-reaching consequences that affected millions of people. The price of gasoline, for instance, surged around 40% in a matter of days in some places throughout the U.S.
We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive. ~ Albert Einstein
If you turn on the news, the human species seems to be at a crisis point. Poverty, racism, political division, ecological destruction, social instability and other seemingly ‘unsolvable’ problems appear to be getting worse. And yet, when walking in a forest or looking up at the night sky, there is a sense that we live in a Universe of great balance, mystery, and beauty.
The wise among our species have repeatedly offered very simple solutions to humanity’s difficulties. Walt Whitman and Van Gogh were overwhelmed by the beauty that surrounds us and sought to share that in their poetry and paintings. The Dalai Lama has often said that we just need to prioritize peace, gratitude, love, and wisdom. That the human family’s problems are caused by closed hearts and minds and will be solved as more and more of us open them. Could it be that simple?