Archive for the ‘Bits of Blue’ Category


There is a “Plan B” … and it needs our attention.

If you disagree with the severity of any of the “Spending Cuts” then there is a Plan B that is worth investigating. You may not yet realise how much you disagree with the planned cuts. We are being asked to give up libraries, NHS facilities, care for the elderly, care for the young, care for […]

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Extinct Animals of the 20th Century

Things we don’t have to be proud of as humans… Don’t always believe people if they tell you big business or commercial interests won’t harm the environment or wildlife, they just might not be right. And next time you consider buying items not sourced from environmentally friendly sources, maybe give it a second thought and […]

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Indian Sacred Mountain Under Threat

By Forests.org Forest Protection Portal a project of Ecological Internet July 13, 2010 Vedanta Resources, a British mining company, is set to destroy the forests, wildlife and way of life of the Dongria Kondh people. The Dongria Kondh have been struggling with all their might to protect their mountain but are being overpowered by the […]

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The Bleeding Earth

(A Little Rant on Behalf of the Millions of Voiceless Creatures Dying a Cruel and Unneccessary Death Because of our Greed) The story they tried to sweep under the carpet continues and has become the worst environmental disaster in American history, and it is only just beginning. We are still reeling from the tearing recession […]

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Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill – Experts Testify – It’s not 5000 barrels a day – more likely 76,000 +

News Just Breaking on Thursday 20th of May… Independent experts testifying at the House of Representative’s commerce and energy committee hearing on the Deepwater Horizon Well oil spill have said that whereas BP and government agencies have been using the figure of 5000 barrels of oil a day leaking from the damaged pipeline, the real […]

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The Red Telephone Calls

The South African government are threatening to “declare all agricultural land a national asset”,  which would effectively mean nationalising it… Some of the responses in the South African Mail and Guardian Newspaper make very enlightening reading: ——– ” LAND must be a NATIONAL ASSET!!!!! ” Pan Africanist on March 15, 2010, 10:22 am ——— “Land […]

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