Eco-communities as a social vision

Eco-communities as a social vision
Egalitarian and ecological communities, like the pictured East Wind (, are very close to our vision of an ecological society

16 June, 2009

Soliradity to the fight for survival in Peruvian Amazon

Three songs by Sepultura about struggle for survival and Human Rights all over the world, dedicated to peruvian indigenous people for their fight to death to protect their land from invasive capitalism. From Palestine to Amazonian territory, the violent authority is the same, supporting destructive and predatory economical policies against local societies and natural environment

Peru is witnessing violent clashes between indigenous groups desperately trying to protect the Amazon and the government, which has pushed through legislation allowing intensive mining, logging, and large scale farming in the rainforest.

If the government and extractive industries have their way, the Peruvian rainforest and its people will suffer massive devastation, with disastrous consequences for the global climate.

Sign the urgent petition below, and support the courageous struggle of the indigenous peoples to protect the Amazon -- a prominent and well respected Latin American politician will deliver it to President Alan Garcia on our behalf.

Petition to the President of Peru, Alan Garcia:
We urge you to immediately cease the forceful suppression of indigenous protests, to suspend laws that open up the Amazon to extractive industries, and to engage in a genuine dialogue with indigenous groups to end the conflict and address their legitimate demands and rights.

sign the petition


Lalù said...

Καλημέρα - περνα από το blog μου να παραλάβεις το βραβείο σου!

candiru - stratis aigaiopelagitis said...

καλημέρα! Ευχαριστoύμε, μια και εδώ δύο είμαστε, ο ένας εξ αυτών ο Tyler Durden/candiru

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It is a hard fight, I hope that something could be done to avoid that kind of thing that they are doing to them.