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The Shuar Arutam community defends its anti-mining position in an open letter to President Rafael Correa


Januay 25, 2017  By the Shuar Collective

In law, the Shuar Arutam People of Ecuador’s Amazon control their ancestral forests. But the government has allocated more than 38% of their territory to large-scale mining, and a gigantic hydroelectric dam is about to be built. Peaceful resistance has been met with a violent military occupation against a People whose only demand, set out in this Open Letter, is peace and justice. Read ON

The Pyramid marches on like a giant robot gobbling up all humanity.


(In Ecuador)Why it will be so hard for conservatives Lasso or Viteri to win the presidency


January 23, 2017  by Sylvan Hardy

The circumstances appear ideal for a conservative to win Ecuador’s presidency in 2017.

The economy is in its second year of recession. Unemployment is up, as is the broader-reaching rate of under-employment. Support for President Rafael Correa has dropped below 40%, the lowest point of his 10-year administration. Complaints about government policies on taxation, mining, business regulation, and human rights are on the uptrend. And then there are the two bribery scandals that have put corruption front-and-center in the minds of voters. Read More

Historical Review of Satanism in 2016 on World Beyond Belief

Published on Jan 7, 2017   by Pinecone Utopia

This is a video of the process of the Apocalypse (the unveiling) as it unfolded during 2016. We lay out in chronological order major high profile events that led us to the degree of Satanic (Luciferian) exposure that we are subject to today. From Bowie to Pizzagate, we look back at a HELL of a year!
To see the Open Scroll(List of Satanic Holidays) use this link:…
For all the sources used in this compilation visit the Shownotes at our blog:…

Ecuador’s Standing Rock is Happening Now – Can the World Save the Shuar?


Dylan Charles, Editor   December 21, 2016
Waking Times

With so much attention on this year on the struggle of the Standing Rock Sioux people in their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline project in North Dakota, it’s worth asking the world if the concern for indigenous people, water, nature, and sacred lands is great enough to extend to the land and people of the Amazon.

In what represents the greatest and most dangerous escalation of tensions between indigenous Ecuadorians and the government approved corporate business model of resource extraction across the continent of South America, the Shuar people in the southern region of Morona Santiago Province, Ecuador are locked in a desperate struggle with the military over mining licenses granted to a Chinese.  read more

“Run On Banks” As 72-Hour Mandate Forces Venezuelans To Turn In Large Bills: Strict Cash Controls


December 14, 2016  By Mac Slavo

In the ongoing saga of Venezuela’s sad economic slide into hell, it came as a strong arm move on the part of President Maduro.

Bank runs are happening in Venezuela, but not to pull money from the banks; rather, to get their 100 Bs. bills into the banks before a 72-hour time limit expires and the notes become outlawed currency that is no longer officially recognized.

Long lines once again, and this time for the opportunity not to lose all the money that these struggling people have been saving up and safeguarding amid this insane and chaotic world of Venezuela: Read More

Help Protect Our Food Sovereignty


PleasePlease join in solidarity with the Human Family to unite in this Global Peaceful ART ACTION on October 22–by coordinating making mandalas of seeds in your most public plaza.
         Invite the press & publish widely on social medcoordinatingia.

This is the work of the Condor and Eagle flying together. 

Currently there is a proposed law before the national congress of Ecuador that would disable the existing constitutional law which prohibits Genetically Modified Seed (GMOs). Ecuador inspired the world with its protection of nature’s rights and prohibition of GMO’s in it’s constitution in  2008. That makes it one of the most GMO-free countries in the world. Since much of the world has suffered contamination with Genetically Modified Seed, we are asking for help from our global family to protect the existing Ecuadorean ban on GMOs. Ecuador’s extraordinary biodiversity is a living seed bank!!! Saving the seed heritage in this small Andean country is very important in the unfolding of current global events. Ecuador did not sign the UPOV 91 trade agreement, which means that Ecuador is providing a model for other countries in terms of  protection of food sovereignty, including saying no to the TPP–up until now. These facts, plus the impending Bayer-Monsanto merger makes it timely for the Human Family to unite in this global action.    We are proposing that people everywhere get onboard and organize community events to make Mandala Seed Art Actions everywhere–in small pueblos, large cities, nationally and globally on October 22.October 22
Please join in our peaceful global action to protect human rights to own, share and plant seeds, and to give a loud and clear message to governments and business around the globe– we believe that the Government and business do not need to control what nature already manages very well.This new law, currently being considered by the EC national congress,  would make all seed illegal that is not “certified seed”. Under the guise of “protecting biodiversity” and “improving genetics”, this law would dismantle the GMO prohibition. The proposed law directly threatens the country’s extraordinary biodiversity, access to healthy food, and the health of its citizens, putting the best interest of the entire country in the hands of corporate powers.In Ecuador, over 500 organizations are working in collaboration to this threat to our seed freedom. From their inspiring platform: Seed is a common good that belongs to humankind. It can not be an object of appropriation on the part of private interests, nor on the part of the State. Similar to the air, the sun, or the smile of our children, our seeds belong equally to every human being on the planet, and not can be treated as a strategic resource from any nation or interest in particular. Access to seed is a basic human right, and includes the right to acquire, adapt, enhance, multiply, exchange, give away and sell the seeds. …Food sovereignty and the future of our species today depends on this right.”
For more We support  free exchange of natural and ancestral seed that has brought Ecuador and the Andes to a brilliant level of biodiversity and has served life very well over the centuries. “Certification of Seeds” speaks of control by transnational companies that will limit the basic human right to grow, own, exchange, give and receive seeds freely. The plan: this is our global plan. We need you – Yes, you who are reading this – to organize (or help to organize) this event in your area. We are the ones we have been waiting for! Simply call your friends and begin to organize this event wherever you are.
Saturday, October 22, 2016, at 11 h 30
Walk in gratitude for our ancestral seeds. We support creation in its natural perfection.
We act to protect the lives of our children and grandchildren.

For simple steps for
How to create a Seed Mandala Art Action Event. 
 English:     Spanish:  Facebook: proteccion ancestral semillas

‘Brutal and cowardly murder’: Bolivia says minister beaten to death by striking miners


August 26, 2016  by RT

A senior Bolivian politician has been beaten to death by an angry mob of striking mineworkers, officials say. Rodolfo Illanes was reported to have gone to try to negotiate with the protesters, who subsequently kidnapped and killed him.

The alleged murder took place on Thursday evening in Panduro, which is 160 kilometers from the Bolivian capital of La Paz. Minister of Government Carlos Romero said that Illanes had gone to talk to the demonstrators, but was kidnapped by the striking miners.

“At this present time, all the indications are that our deputy minister Rodolfo Illanes has been brutally and cowardly murdered,” he said, as cited by Reuters. Read More

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