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The takeover of the GREEN movement by capitalism is complete.
Not only in the United States.

Jeff Gibbs’ film, produced by Michael Moore, takes a pop at green, liberal A-listers such as Al Gore – but even the Koch brothers or Richard Bransons “green sustainable” investment in solar and windparks or biomass power plants feeded by the trees of the forests around.

The cinemas are closed, so MM decided to release this documentary directed by his friend Jeff Gibbs on YouTube free for all. MM is an independent producer. So he didn’t ask Netflix to drop a bombshell on the illusion of a green energy production without being trapped in the existing fossile network of philantropic capitalism.

Nach Prognosen der Internationalen Energieagentur (IEA) wird der globale Verbrauch im April um 29 Millionen Fass pro Tag niedriger sein als im Vorjahr. Das ist fast dreimal so viel Öl, wie die Opec und ihre Verbündeten wegkürzen wollen.

“A person in this area is more isolated when on the street than when indoors because we are all crammed into one shack. With more than five of us in a shack, how is 1m or 2ms apart possible? Even if we want to isolate … how [can we do so]?”

Since 12 days I’m 73 years old and not physically affected by the crisis caused by Covid-19. Nevertheless it’s cultural, social and economic impact on global society and the geopoltical repercussions in the digital age start eating up my soul. Edward Snowdon portrays the digital prisons our smart phones may become in the years coming, while we still try to contain the virus. If you’re not used to worst case scenarios please press the escape key before you get traumatised.

Twenty million people lost their jobs with no sickleave payments in a nation ruled by a genius? How can it be? An Englishman tells you why it is as it is in the USA.

Hundred years ago our future looked funny. But today we are on our way to settle planet Mars. A dream which goes back to H.G. Wells who on the climax of the British empire fantasised settling the moon. He even forsaw the invasion of our planet by the Martians which is still in the making.