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The Meaning of Word Development – Comments by Ray Songtree on Derrick Jensen Article

By November 22, 2015 True Sustainability
I agree with Derrick Jensen article below, that “Sustainable Development” is a lie, but for very different reasons.
I feel that Jensen is correct in his analysis of word “development” in article.  For that reason, when the word “sustainable” is put in front of it, the expression becomes an oxymoron, an incongruous illogical combination of words.
Jensen did not choose to go into the reasons behind the 1992 Rio Summit in Brazil.  The rich controllers who pushed forward UN Agenda 21 launched their plan based on the rhetoric of Rio Summit, which co-opted the word sustainable, and many other words such as ecology and Mother Earth.  The invitation to indigenous elders to come to UN to speak was expressly to ignore them, and corrupt them, many given large sums of money. I saw this in Bolivia. What justice for indigenous people means is that they will conform to global laws that treat everyone “equally.”  It means indigenous extinction. Indigenous rights means as prescribed by the controllers of UN.
Rachel Carson’s 1964 book Silent Spring scared the elite. They responded with the 1968 book Limits to Growth by Club of Rome and “Earth Day” 1970.
“In searching for a new enemy to unite us [under one world government], we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill.”   – Rockefeller Club of Rome, 1968


The purpose of 1992 Rio Summit was to lay the groundwork for applying UN land use planning to entire globe, to reduce population, and to crowd those that remained into Smart Cities, so the global government and civilization/colonization run by the elite, could survive.  The goal was not to have sustainable protected ecologies, until AFTER the population was reduced and rural people removed to create “natural zones” or wildlife parks for the elite.

Critics have been correct to show the hypocrisy of environmental movement since then, because the elite had co-opted the altruistic sentiments of Rachel Carson. (Silent Spring was book about deadly and persistent insecticide DDT)
When one understands that full spectrum dominance was the plan of the organizers of Earth Day, the Rio Summit and the Environmental Movement, “sustainable destruction” then becomes sensical.  Under this plan, present run away population would be curbed and land use planning would force the construction of ghettos of the managed (all of us), for the benefit of the managers. Please understand that everyone will feel very “lucky and happy” in the Smart Cities that survive. They will be drugged into bliss.
This, incidentally is the blueprint of the Zionists, who are the elite who shall dominate all the Earth, as stated in Genesis. That is not a non-sequitur at all.
“Britain is the slave of an international financial bloc.”         – British Prime Minister David Lloyd George,  June 20, 1934, New Britain Magazine
“International financial bloc” means the satanic Rothschild Banksters and all their plans… including creation of the FED,  IRS,  Hollywood and Music Industry, Bolsheviks and NAACP and ADL, the assassinations of political leaders, the settling of Palestine by Ashkenazi Jews in 1882, and all the wars and other destabilization plans, such as forced migrations, that we see now. Please understand that police tactics worldwide are researched in Israel.
Destablization/consolidation is their plan to insure their own dominance and sustainability. For those who know about the ET connection, you are correct. Please remember that both the Old Testament and Sanskrit (Brahmanism) were channeled from elsewhere.  This splices in with the satanic, which today means criminal rituals of pedophilia and murder to insure secrecy. This also is not a non-sequitur.
Below Satanist Aleister Crowley’s self serving me me me motto promoted by Jay Z, husband of puppet Beyoncé Knowles.
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 Time magazine has been Globalist rag of propaganda since it’s inception. This keeps a lid on us waking up to altruism.
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The present runaway population is indeed unsustainable. Think about it, the population is double what it was 40 years ago. How many readers think it will double again?  It will not. Unsustainable means, “it will die.” This will happen in our lifetimes. Die also will transportation and industrialization. Die also will all the major cities. It doesn’t matter if you disagree. Resource depletion is here, and civilization can’t grow, it must contract.
So “Sustainable development”, would have to become sustainable downsizing to actually be sustainable, and that is exactly what the elite are planning and why vaccinations are becoming mandatory, and dangerous wireless frequencies promoted everywhere. This is why the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funds Monsanto, funds experiments with geoengineering, funds an experiment that paralyzed 47,000 people in India, does not question mercury (Thimerosal) in flu shots, and why retailer Costco (2nd largest in world) was run by Bill Gates Sr., a former Planned Parenthood head, for over 11 years. Does the reader still trust the food at Costco? Does the reader really think that a Rockefeller minion like Gates Sr., just by coincidence, had a son who recieved a non-exclusive computer operating system by IBM?  Is it just a coincidence that IBM furnished the machines to count the slaves under the Nazi’s?  Bill Gates was placed.
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 Underground tunnel boring machine, 1970’s, to connect secret under ground cities.  The tunnels are global.
By waking up to the evil of the Controllers who happen to be Zionists, who happen to control Hollywood, who happen to control the Mossad, MI6, the CIA, NATO, the Pentagon, deep space program, underground cities, the UN, World Bank, WTO, and IMF, we conscious caring people can also wake up to the unsustainability of what Derrick Jensen accurately calls “Ice Cream 24/7.”  That is, our unsustainable indulgent values.
This is where we have power. Our choices.
This is the subject of my books, how are present addiction to candy and sex is intentionally and continually kept in place so that we don’t wake up to our doomed future, and we don’t question UN Agenda 2030 and the Trans Pacific Partnership treaties and the fake Climate Control treaties, all produced by same people to bring destructive development under the elite’s control, so that THEY will survive.
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Sustainable Development is a Lie


Derrick Jensen    November 19, 2015


“Sustainable development” is a claim to virtue. The word “development” used in this sense is a lie.

The word “develop” means “to grow,” “to progress,” “to become fuller, more advanced.” Some synonyms are “evolution, unfolding, maturation, ripeness,” and some antonyms are “deterioration, disintegration.” And here is a real usage example from a dictionary: “Drama reached its highest development in the plays of Shakespeare.”

But here’s the problem: A child develops into an adult, a caterpillar develops into a butterfly, a stream harmed by (say) mining might possibly in time develop back into a healthy stream; but a meadow does not “develop” into white-box houses, a bay does not “develop” into an industrial port, a forest does not “develop” into roads and clearings.

The reality is that the meadow is destroyed to make the “development.” The bay is destroyed to “develop” it into an industrial port. The forest is destroyed when the “natural resources” are “developed.”

The word “kill” works just as well.

Sustainable Destruction

Think about it. You’re going about your life, when someone comes along who wants to make money by “developing” the “natural resources” that are your body. He’s going to harvest your organs for transplantation, your bones for fertilizer, your flesh for food.

You might respond, “Hey, I was using that heart, those lungs.”

That meadow, that bay, that forest were all using what you call “natural resources.” Those “natural resources” were keeping them alive. Those “natural resources” are their very body. Without them they die, just as you would.

It doesn’t help to throw the word “sustainable” onto the front of whatever you’re going to do. Exploitation is still exploitation, even if you call it “sustainable exploitation.” Destruction is still destruction, even if you call it “sustainable destruction.”

One sign of intelligence is the ability to recognize patterns. We industrialized humans think we’re smarter than everybody else. So I’m going to lay out a pattern, and let’s see if we can recognize it in less than 6,000 years.

Greek Sustainable Development

When you think of Iraq, is the first thing that you think of cedar forests so thick that sunlight never reaches the ground? That’s what Iraq was like before the beginnings of this culture. One of the first written myths of this culture was of Gilgamesh deforesting the hills and valleys of what is now Iraq to build great cities.

Oh, sorry, I guess he wasn’t deforesting the region; he was “developing” the natural resources.

Much of the Arabian Peninsula was oak savannah, until these “resources” were “developed” for export. The Near East was once heavily forested. Remember the cedars of Lebanon? They still have one on their flag. North Africa was heavily forested. Those forests were destroyed—I mean “sustainably developed”—to make the Egyptian and Phoenician navies.

Greece was heavily forested. Ancient Greek philosophers complained that deforestation was harming water quality. I’m sure the bureaucrats at the Ancient Department of Greek Sustainable Development responded that they would need to study the problem for a few years to make sure there really is a correlation.

In the Americas, whales were so abundant their breath made the air look perpetually foggy and were a hazard to shipping. “Development” of that resource removed that hazard. Cod were so numerous their bodies slowed the passage of ships. “Development” of that resource fixed that, too. There were so many passenger pigeons that their flocks darkened the sky for days at a time. Once again, “development” of that resource got rid of them.

Do you know why there are no penguins in the northern hemisphere? There used to be. They were called great auks. A French explorer commented that there were so many on one island that every ship in France could be loaded and it would not make a dent. But that “resource” was “developed” and the last great auk was killed—oops, I mean “developed”—in the 19th century.

200 Species a Day

Two hundred species went extinct just today. And 200 will go extinct tomorrow. And the day after that. And the day after that.

Every biological indicator is going in the wrong direction.

And we all know why. The problems are not cognitively challenging. “Development” is theft and murder. “Development” is colonialism applied to the natural world. “Development” is kleptocracy—a way of life based on theft.

Here’s another test of our intelligence: Name any natural community—or ecosystem, if you prefer mechanistic language—that has been “managed” for extraction, or that has been “developed”—by which is meant industrialized—that has not been significantly harmed on its own terms.

You can’t, because managing for extraction is harmful, as we would all recognize if, as in the example above, it happened to us. We would all recognize that if an occupying army came into your home and took your food and a couple of your relatives that your family would suffer.

So why, with all the world at stake, do we suddenly get so stupid when it comes to “sustainable development”? Why do we have such a hard time understanding that if you steal from or otherwise harm a natural community, that natural community will suffer harm?

Enslaving the Planet

Upton Sinclair wrote: “It’s hard to make a man understand something when his job depends on him not understanding it.” I would extend that to read: “It’s hard to make people understand something when their entitlement depends on them not understanding it.”

In the 1830s, a pro-slavery philosopher argued that slavery was necessary because without it the slave owners would not have the “comforts or elegancies” upon which they had become so accustomed.

The same is true here, when we extend the understanding of slavery to the natural world, as this culture attempts to enslave—read, “develop,” oops, “sustainably develop”—more and more of the living planet.

In short, we’re allowing the world to be killed so we can have access to ice cream 24/7. And we call it sustainable development so we can feel good about ourselves as we do it.


The good news is that there are a lot of people who see through the bullshit. The bad news is that this doesn’t, for the most part, affect policy.

A story may help make this clear.

Before the big Rio Earth Summit in 1992 (and wasn’t that a success! Things are so much better now, right?), the US ambassador to the United Nations sent out high level assistants across the country, ostensibly to get public input as to what should be the US position at the summit. One of the meetings was in Spokane, Washington, where I lived at the time. The hall was packed, and the line of people to speak snaked to the back of the building. Person after person testified that “sustainable development” was a sham, and that it was just an excuse to continue killing the world.

They pointed out that the problem is not humanity, but this culture, and they begged the US representative to listen to and take a lead from Indigenous peoples the world over who lived well and lived truly sustainably on their lands, without “development.” (In fact, they lived well and sustainably because they never industrialized.) They pointed out that “development” inevitably forces both Indigenous peoples and subsistence farmers off their lands. Person after person pointed out precisely what I’m saying in this article.

When we were through giving our testimony, the representative thanked us for our support of the US position and for our support of “sustainable development.” It was as though he hadn’t heard a word we said.

Sustaining the Exploitative Lifestyle

Here’s the problem: The word “sustainable” has since been coopted to not mean “helping the real world to sustain,” as in playing your proper role in participating in a larger community that includes your non-human neighbors, but instead to mean “sustaining this exploitative lifestyle.”

Think about it: What do all of the so-called solutions to global warming have in common? It’s simple: They all take industrial capitalism (and the colonialism on which it’s based) as a given, and the natural world as that which must conform to industrial capitalism. This is insane, in terms of being out of touch with physical reality.

The real world must be primary, with whatever social system you are talking about being secondary and dependent, because without a real world, you don’t have any social system whatsoever. “Sustainable development” is a scam and a claim to virtue because it is attempting to sustain this exploitative, destructive culture, not the world on which it depends.

And that will never work.

So many Indigenous people have said to me that the first and most important thing we must do is decolonize our hearts and minds. Part of what they’ve told me is that we must break our identification with this culture, and identify instead with the real world, the physical world, the living Earth that is our only home.

I want to tell one final story. In his book, The Nazi Doctors, Robert Jay Lifton asked how it was that men who had taken the Hippocratic Oath could work in Nazi death camps. He found that many of the doctors cared deeply for the health of the inmates and would do everything in their power to protect them. They’d give them an extra scrap of potato. They’d hide them from selection officers who were going to kill them. They’d put them in the infirmary and let them rest for a day. They’d do everything they could, except the most important thing of all. They wouldn’t question the existence of the death camp itself. They wouldn’t question working the inmates to death, starving them to death, poisoning them to death. And this failure to question the larger framing conditions led these doctors to actively participate in the atrocities.

With all the world at stake, it’s not good enough for us to paste the word sustainable in front of the deceptive word development when what we really mean is “continue this exploitative and destructive way of life a little bit longer.” That destroys the words sustainable and development and, of course, contributes to the ongoing destruction of the world. It wastes time we do not have.

With all the world at stake, we need to not only do what we can to protect the victims of this culture, but we have to question the continuation of this death camp culture that is working the world to death, starving the world to death, poisoning the world to death.

Hi Ray

Maybe you use this one….!

Regards  Ted


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