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Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, It Has Been Said

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La Paz Group

One of the myriad arguments in favor of wilderness conservation is that we do not know what we are losing when wild places are lost to development. Case in point with this story and image via National Geographic newswatch service:

Six months ago, visitors to the Peruvian Amazon discovered a mysterious picket fence structure nicknamed Silkhenge. Despite watching the structure for several days, naturalists at the Tambopata Research Center couldn’t figure out what type of animal (or fungus) was building it.

When scientist Troy Alexander first announced his find, all he had to show for his discovery was a series of intriguing photographs. He had no idea what Amazonian critter could have created the circular hideaway with a spoke-like outer wall.

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Benjamin Fulford 12-31-13, FULL ARTICLE…

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Kauilapele's Blog

benjamin_fulford_popple_120911_snip50Final offensive against cabal continues, resistance fading but nasty incidents still possible

In order to make the year 2014 the year of final defeat for the fascist Sabbatean cabal, relentless pressure has to continue to be applied until their final defeat is certain. Over the New Year’s holidays US militia types, Italian P2 lodge honchos, pentagon officials, CIA officials and others made it clear in contacts to the White Dragon Society that they intend to do just that.

The problem many face is that they do not know specifically where to direct their anger or legal action. For that reason the first newsletter of 2014 will try to pinpoint some specific individuals and organizations that need to be removed from power and influence.

For example, one obvious soft target is the Sulzberger family that owns the New York Times. By refusing to write the truth or let their reporters write…

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Veronica Keen responds to comments here on my blog. . . let’s give her a helping hand, shall we? ~J

Thank you for sharing this, Jean. It is a sad trend that people have become so entrained to hierarchy that almost everyone is now helpless without a parent, teacher, guru or boss to give instructions.

Often people like me who just go off on our own and start things as we see a need are either ignored or considered weird, crazy or attention seeking which is disheartening and serves to discourage the attempts.

Horizontalism means we are all leaders. Every one of us has the mind and creativity to contribute and make a difference instead of demanding others do it for us.

Please let Veronica know that her efforts are appreciated. And everyone who is taking action no matter how small-you are all appreciated! We are greater than the sum of our individual parts when we work together.