Monday, 23 March 2015

brad warner prefers unreal godzillas !


  1. The corporate conglomerate and post-industrial capitalist is worse than anything godzilla can dish out. Run off into streams making it into some purplish color, oil spills, nuclear spills, deforestation, dying out of biodiversity of animals in general, dying out amphibian biodiversity ( which made a part of big biomass in ecosystems, and so forth.

    It's a wonder how mankind could keep making babies in the middle of this chaos.

    Maybe a Godzilla would bring people together, to work together for once for something other than profit... Making the advent of godzilla.

    Just read this guy's poetry:

    He committed suicide after being pressured to work too much. His poetry is very beautiful though.

    People are being murdered and killed in the corporate system of today's world, getting cancer rates through the roof, obesity, depression, all affecting millions or even billions, including in western countries. It's all happening because they are low on the socioeconomic ladder. Slave labour, living 10+ years less at least. It's the one single, hugest issue of our time.

    Furthermore, processed foods, pesticides, aluminum exposure, and etc. are correlated to the risk of neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's. Also, the dark and disturbing stuff like factory farming animals...

    Modernized capitalist countries depend on an inflationary fiat money system that demands exponential growth in all human activity just to maintain the status quo, and this will lead to eventually collapse or an unrecoverable recession. I think a value-based economy tends to be better.

    The belief in a progressive movement towards pinnacle point of civilization is destructive.

    "Mongolian pastoral herders make up one of the world's largest remaining nomadic cultures. For millennia they have lived on the steppes, grazing their livestock on the lush grasslands. But today, their traditional way of life is at risk on multiple fronts. Alongside a rapidly changing economic landscape, climate change and desertification are also threatening nomadic life, killing both herds and grazing land. Due to severe winters and poor pasture, many thousands of herders have traded in their centuries-old way of life for employment in mining towns and urban areas. The ger (yurt) camps that ring the capital city Ulaanbaatar house a permanent population of displaced nomads. There, they live without running water or a tangible use for the skills and crafts that were practiced on the steppes. The younger generation is no longer learning these essential aspects of their nomadic heritage."

    Watch the film Bird People in China directed by Takashi Miike to understand the tension between harmony with the land through tradition and modernization's conveniences:

  2. this age is more like Nosferatu rather than Godzilla.

    Also, I meant to say "making the advent of Godzilla a blessing"