We, as humans, must adopt a lifestyle that satisfies our essential needs and preserves the planet. Our right to use natural resources must not be abused as an excuse that could negatively impact the environment, lead to species’ extinction, or pollute the air or the water.

The limited right of using the resourcing of this planet is indisputable. That is, every human has the right to use nature to obtain his/her food, clothing, medicine, and dwelling. We also have the right to use the environment and natural resources for our non-vital needs with the strict condition of not negatively impacting the planet. Our lifestyle, which has been shaped by our economy, is harming the planet that we are obligated to preserve. We have no right to destroy the earth because we are not the only habitats of this planet and we are not the only humans that will live on it. A lifestyle that uses clean and renewable energy that does not pollute the air and water and doesn’t harm other species on the planet is very easy to achieve with the current development of science. We have no excuse whatsoever, for continuing our destructive lifestyle.

The greed of corporatism has no limits, governments must regulate and restrain this greed. Large corporations and governments are mainly guilty of polluting and destroying the planet; by using toxic chemicals, destructive agricultural practices, geoengineering, GMOs, and various micro-wave uses. The guilt of corporations, which is driven by their greed, and in some cases by certain ideologies, is the largest. The oil industry is one of the largest polluters on the planet. Minimizing the use of oil by turning it into natural and clean energy and localizing the economy is a goal that must be pursued. This minimization and the search for cleaner alternatives must not harm the people in any shape or form. 

Protecting the environment is not only one nation’s responsibility, but governments from all over the world must also do their own part in protecting the planet. The United Nations could be utilized to provide a space for knowledge sharing and cooperation, however, central planning is usually harmful and controlled by the elitist class that does not represent the people’s interests. 

Protecting the planet and the environment must not be confused by the scientifically invalid claims of the climate change movement. The climate change claims are being used to justify the upcoming totalitarian and authoritarian future along with the biosecurity state. The technocratic future pushed by the globalists resembles slavery, erodes our basic human rights, and radically changes our cultures and values to be compatible with their Fourth Industrial Revolution vision.

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