Commentary by Captain Paul Watson
How many more wake-up calls do we need before the human race actually wakes up if we ever do?
A thousand kilometres of Australian coastal mangrove forests have died and once again we hear another expert say it’s a ‘wake-up call for humanity.’
“The Gulf dieback has been a wake-up call for action on shoreline monitoring,” says Dr. Norman Duke, head of the Mangrove Research hub at James Cook University.
The ice has disappeared from the Gulf of St. Lawrence – another wake-up call for humanity.
Fukushima, mass fish die-offs in Chile, whales dying with stomachs full of plastic, groundwater diminishment, major droughts, superstorms, a 40% diminishment in phytoplankton populations, on and on and on it goes, one bloody ‘wake-up’ call after another and yet we don’t wake up.
We’re wide awake if Kim what’s her name gets robbed in Paris. We’re wide awake when…
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