Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Marshall Islands Nuclear Atrocities & the United Nations – The Human Perspective w/Desmond Delatram of REACH-MI – #313




NUCLEAR HOTSEAT #313

This Week’s Featured Interview:
Desmond Doulatram of the Marshall Islands is Co-Founder of the NGO REACH-MI (Radiation Exposure Awareness Crusaders for Humanity – Marshall Islands). Desmond has seen the devastating effects of the testing of 67 nuclear bombs in the Marshall Islands within his own family. He is currently at the United Nations helping to showcase the little known side of history and humanity from the Pacific, and human rights abuses by colonial super powers.


Friday, June 16, 2017

Seems like love that was drawn on me was erased

Image result for soylent green
Taking down
the steps of hate
riding on the 
zodiac of love
I went to places
no sea
could possibly
turn the tide
but still I won
and got flowers
and certficates
and love
but at the 
coffee shop\
the robots
said
dream on human
you can not produce
the most
simple latte

So I walk the streets
and the robo cops
come out to make
sure I got no
resistance
to the new
order
where we
eat solyent
green because
some part of the first
class
still consider
war crimes
to be criminal


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Thursday, June 1, 2017

Trump Daily Diary Humans have no part of Human extinction day


Trump pulled the plug on the swap 
that is humanity today
not that the Paris accords
were going to save the day
but they held the hope of '
delay that could be
mitigated successfully
now
we are going to see great
geo engineering projects
that will have unforeseen
consequences that will
make nuclear energy look
like a LED light.

We always have time
we are humans
but filtering down
the options
is not biz
like

All dat Cream makes ya wannbe SEASICK, Steve