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Monday, June 3, 2013

NC Bill 774: Sustainable Security of Turtle Island: Scarcity-Conflict Justifications for Supporting Primitivist Living Skills



NC Bill 774: Sustainable Security of Turtle Island: Scarcity-Conflict Justifications for Supporting Primitivist Living Skills

Urgent Environmental Security Issues currently facing Humanity as a result of our failure to protect our Planet’s Natural Capital, all three of which require citizens to urgently Learn to ‘Walk their Talk’ of ‘Supporting the Troops’, by reducing their impact (I=PAT) on their nation’s Natural Capital: (A) Peak Non-Renewable Natural Resources (NNR); (B) Ecological Biodiversity Crisis and Destruction of Renewable Resources; (C) Climate Change

Andrea Muhrrteyn | TYGAE | 04 June 2013


Correspondence to NC Senators; NC Military Base Commanders, NC Rep's, Turtle Island, GMACCC, Security Experts: RE NC Bill 774: Military Necessity / National Security Justifications for Legally Supporting Turtle Island to continue teaching De-Industrialized Primitivist Living Skills

I hereby request North Carolina Senators and Military Base Commanders to show your support for the National Security Imperative of Educating US Citizens to urgently Learn to ‘Walk their Talk’ of ‘Supporting the Troops’, by reducing their impact (I=PAT) on their nation’s Natural Capital; by ensuring that Primitivist Educational Camps like Turtle Island (and others) stay open, by legally supporting Bill 774.

Turtle Island comes from a common Native American legend and is the name they gave to the North American Continent. In their lore, the earth was at one time all water. The land animals had no place to live until a giant tortoise arose from the water and offered its shell as a home.

Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2013 1:19 AM
To: 'NC: Dan Soucek'; 'Camp Lejeune: Gen James Amos'; 'NC Mil Fnd: ExDir: Lance T. DeSpain'; 'Fort Bragg: Major General Jeffrey N. Colt: co DHS'
Cc: GMACCC: RNLMC Kees Homan; GMACCC: NL: Maj. Piet Wit; GMACCC: BIPSS: Maj.Gen. ANM Muniruzzaman; GMACCC: Nepal: Lt General Bala Nanda Sharma; JAG: Dep Judge Adv Gen; 'NC: Jonathan Jordan'; 'NC: Chuck McGrady'; 'NC: Nelson Dollar'; 'NC: Pricey Harrison'; 'TurtleIsle: Eustace Conway'
Subject: NC Bill 774: Sustainable Security of Turtle Island: Scarcity-Conflict Justifications for Supporting Primitivist Living Skills

North Carolina Senators
c/o Senator Dan Soucek
NC Senate: 300 N. Salisbury Street, R 310, Raleigh, NC 27603-5925

NC Military Base Commanders:
Camp Lejeune: Gen James Amos; Ft Bragg: Maj Gen Jeffrey N. Colt;
Seymour Johnson AFB: Col Jeannie M. Leavitt; Fifth Coast Guard Dist: Rear Adm Steven H. Ratti
c/o: North Carolina Military Foundation: Lance T. DeSpain, Executive Director

CC: North Carolina Representatives
c/o: Rep. Jonathan Jordan, Chuck McGrady, Pricey Harrison & Nelson Dollar
NC House of Representatives, Raleigh, NC

CC: Turtle Island: Eustace Conway
Turtle Island Preserve, Boone, NC

CC: Global Military Advisory Council on Climate Change (GMACCC)

BCC: Global Security Experts: Climate Change is a Global Security Threat

Please find attached PDF: Military Necessity / National Security Justifications for Legally Supporting Turtle Island to continue teaching De-Industrialized Primitivist Living Skills

I hereby request North Carolina Senators and Military Base Commanders to show your support for the National Security Imperative of Educating US Citizens to urgently Learn to ‘Walk their Talk’ of ‘Supporting the Troops’, by reducing their impact (I=PAT) on their nation’s Natural Capital; by ensuring that Primitivist Educational Camps like Turtle Island (and others) stay open, by legally supporting Bill 774.

Turtle Island comes from a common Native American legend and is the name they gave to the North American Continent. In their lore, the earth was at one time all water. The land animals had no place to live until a giant tortoise arose from the water and offered its shell as a home.

Table of Contents:

[1] Statement of Facts: Bill 774 and Turtle Island Primitivist Educational Camps

[2] Sustainable Security Imperative for Primitivist Living Skills Argument:

[2.1] Natural Capital: Nature and its resources and biodiversity are the source and sustenance of all of life.

A. What are the Trillion Dollar Costs of Destroying Natural Capital?

B. How Does Advanced Technological Use Contribute to the Destruction of Natural Capital?

[2.2] Reducing Our Destruction of our Nation and Planet’s Natural Capital: IPAT: Reduce (a) Population, and our Thermodynamic Footprint: (b) Affluence and (c) Energy Technology

A. I=PAT: Reducing Human Impact on the Environment requires population and consumption reduction.

B. Thermodynamic Footprint: A x T’s Damage to Natural Capital. (Thermodynamic Footprint of Germany’s 31 Richest Billionaires: Scarcity-Conflict equivalent of 941 million hunter-foragers.)

[2.3] Urgent Environmental Security Issues currently facing Humanity as a result of our failure to protect our Planet’s Natural Capital, all three of which require citizens to urgently Learn to ‘Walk their Talk’ of ‘Supporting the Troops’, by reducing their impact (I=PAT) on their nation’s Natural Capital:

A. Peak Non-Renewable Natural Resources (NNR)

B. Ecological Biodiversity Crisis and Destruction of Renewable Resources

C. Climate Change

[2.4] The Scarcity-Conflict Death Spiral: Difference between Sustainable Peaceful Procreation, Consumption and Production and Unsustainable Scarcity-Conflict Procreation, Consumption and Production

[2.5] Military Doctrine: Non-Renewable and Renewable Resource Scarcity and Conflict

[2.6] Scarcity-Conflict Death Spiral on Steroids: Military Doctrine & Academic Theory: Climate Change & National Security: Climate Change acts as a Scarcity and Conflict Threat Multiplier of oil, water and food resource wars and mass migration

[2.7] Military Appeal to American/World Citizens to ‘Walk their Talk’ of ‘Supporting the Troops’, by massively reducing their energy consumption, by – for example - “planting victory gardens, cutting down on fuel use, saving scrap metal and old rubber, sacrifices, or maybe just examples of common sense and prudent lifestyle changes.”

Dated at George, South Africa, Pale Blue Dot: 03 June 2013

Lara Johnstone
MILINT Earth Day


The Story of Turtle Island:

Traditional Story of Onondaga: The Earth on Turtle’s Back:

Long ago, before the Earth was here, all was water. Many creatures lived in the water, swimming about.

Far above the clouds, there was, however, a land where lived a powerful chief. His wife was going to have a baby.

In that Sky land was a great tree with four large roots, stretching out to each of the four sacred directions, and bearing many kinds of fruits and flowers. One night the chief's wife dreamed that the great tree had been uprooted. The chief perceived that this was a dream of great power, and thus must be fulfilled. With great effort, the tree was uprooted, leaving a large hole in the sky. The chief's wife leaned to look through the hole, but lost her balance and fell. Grasping at the tree as she fell, she only managed to hold onto a handful of seeds. The water creatures below saw her falling. They realized that she was not a water creature and tried desperately to think of a way to help her.

"I have heard," said one, "that there is earth far below the waters. Perhaps we should try to get some for her to stand upon." One by one the animals tried to dive down far enough to retrieve land, but one by one they failed. Finally brave little muskrat tried one last time.

Deeper and deeper she dove until her little lungs almost burst. Suddenly she found a bit of land. Scooping it up, she frantically swam to the surface. But alas, where to put the land?

Turtle said, "Put it on my back. I will hold up the Land and the Sky Woman."

And so they did. Sky woman landed safely on Turtle's back and was very thankful. She cast the seeds about. The Land became ever so beautiful. Some people call that land "America."

PDF Copy at: MILINT Earth Day








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