We are the human, who remember our Nature. We embody her, honor her, worship her, hold respect.
We are the unvaxxed, the unrepentant, unapologetic.
We are the First Nations; the Scots, the Palestinians, the unlocked. We are tribes of the Amazon, Sonora, Kalahari; We are the unforgotten: Basque, Hunza, Inuit, Druid, Ainu, Huichol, Menehune. We are Luddites, libertarians, patriots, free.
We reject your schools, your doctrines, your mandatory rules. We hereby unfollow you.
You can ban us but we won’t go away. We recognize your parents, your children. We love your babies too. But we don’t remember you. Where did you come from, and why are you obsessed with taking us all away from our home?
We want to live in peace. We let you do your own thing—isn’t that good enough? Now go away. Leave this sacred place. You are fouling the temple.
Are we too harsh, unforgiving? Forgiveness is after the fact—not before. So take your act elsewhere, if that’s what you desire—to the emptiness of space. Just leave our planet be, please.
Is that more polite? No matter—you do what you will. We persist, resist. We belong here, entrusted with this place, holding its beauty in our heart.
Further reading, pick of the week: Martin Geddes, Decline and Fall of the Meta-Fraud