Analyze all the charts! Probably, when you've made it your mission to explain eco-sustainability, it sometimes makes sense to also provide an example of something UNSUSTAINABLE.

Newscasters saying something like it has been 120 years since the last big megafire season in Oregon, and this year we have already six megafires. California and Washington have had a rough start of season, too.

Tangentially, the corrupted colonist money system wants the world to think it's doing just great.

Let's watch in awe how devastating the drop will be, as that unsustainable system leans into the burning hot wires... Read the caption for extra analysis of the , further details, etc.

Taking a weak system and injecting it with toxic anything... actually makes the overall system _weaker_ and less able to recover.

Colonist cash is incredibly weak globally... the other countries are laughing at this crazy nuthouse gov't trying to convince everybody everything is "great" right now and there we have something to be proud about the last 255 years of colonization. From the perspective, there's absolutely nothing about colonization to be proud of, except stopping it and preventing others from being exploited by it.

Read this moring on one of those church-sponsored "genealogy" sites that oh yeah... the war between the British and the French in Wabanaki territory (damn, where is Bashabez when we need him!), which resulted in what's basically the first parcelling of land like colonist spoils. In 1765, 255 years ago.

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Melg'puguasit, we stand with Wet'suwet'en. Decolonize: "Traditional Ecological Knowledge" (TEK) is the only thing that can help humans as a colonized planet continues to sink deeper into the chaos and destruction of broken, inequitable, and faulty systems that value money over Earth's many forms of life. European place names, words and languages and accounting systems don't belong on Turtle Island. . #LivingWalls, not border walls.