The Voice of Souler Energy
This is Jerry Jemmott and Frank Melli Co Founders of Souler Energy, a nonprofit corporation, devoted to the survivability of Mother Earth and her inhabitants, and you are receiving the Fifth Anniversary edition of our newsletter, “Naked”. We encourage you to unite with us on the course of freedom and justice for all on the planet. There are only so many choices to make in line with our goals, so we must choose wisely. An African proverb states: “You can go fast by yourself or you can go farther, together”. Be sure to come back for updates and new events.
The state of us being Human Livestock, it’s gaining strength again; now that the protection that Roe vs. Wade has been removed; any State can now claim possession and control of any fertilized egg and its carrier if they choose to do so. Like Aretha said, “Think”, and the Rascals echoed “People Got To Be Free”, this is a vicious assault on women’s rights; just as we continue to victimize Mother Earth and it’s other inhabitants.
So much violence going on in the world, sparked by devils and demons that reside with us. Expired ideologies that shape our thoughts and actions into negative effects, enslavement of African Americans as witnessed by the massacre in Buffalo. The shooting in Uvalde and the surge of mass shootings over the last 10 years since Sandy Hook and with an inconclusive motive that held Remington Arms liable for 73 million dollars in damages for the 28 lives lost and other computations. This is not a debate on reparations but a connection of the dots of hate whether personal or systemic whose value is exponentially incalculable. The Grandfather of a friend of ours captured the moment of discontent that he had when he was but eleven years old and refused to salute the flag in 1916 and tells his story here, once again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unfw9mEIN4g
The January 6th committee has done an excellent job in recounting who, what , why,how, where and when everything went down. It is astounding to see and hear the time line of events and the escalation of pressure by Trump and the resoluteness of the DOJ officials to stop him.
Let’s take this time to acknowledge what we can do to make a difference.
Get out and VOTE!
We have lost so many during these challenging times, in an already defiled and corrupt world, where the murder of its citizens and the environment goes unchecked and often times rewarded. It's a story as old as time, but the law of cause and effect is timeless and has no limits.
The planet is on track to being its hottest over last seven years; and we are still struggling with making the necessary changes.
Some have become more emboldened with their animalistic views and behaviors, and more are being exposed by courageous individuals; people are actively documenting their experiences and give voice to the truth; that is so often hidden. The heavens respond to our disruption and corruption that is accelerating the end; of what we call home. We need to clean our collective karma.
Russia’s murderous invasion of Ukraine is in its fourth month, as we celebrated Juneteenth which is now a National holiday marking the end of slavery on June 19th 1865; as well as the commemoration of the Black Wall Street massacre beginning in May 31st 1921.
Check out the recent Enviro Close up series produced by Souler Energy Co Founder Frank Melli.
Enviro Close-Up Don’t Look Up Pt.1
The ramifications of the blockbuster movie Don’t Look Up—especially as they concern the climate change crisis and the dangers of nuclear power—are focused upon in this Enviro Close-Up. Discussing the movie, which host Karl Grossman calls the “Dr. Strangelove film of our time,” is a panel that includes Harvey Wasserman, Peter Hart and Libbe HaLevy. Wasserman has for decades challenged nuclear power; he coined the term “No Nukes.” He wrote the book and hosts the podcast both titled Solartopia. Hart is the national communications manager of Food & Water Watch and previously was activist director of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting. Libbe HaLevy is author of Yes, I Glow in the Dark and producer and host of the podcast Nuclear Hotseat. Adam McKay’s superb film, about a comet heading to Earth and people in government and media not taking the deadly threat seriously, has its parallels, say Grossman and members of the panel, with climate change and nuclear power. Numerous examples are provided.
Enviro Close-Up Don’t Look Up Pt.2
The discussion continues about the blockbuster movie Don’t Look Up and the parallel to climate change and nuclear power in how the film depicts government and media not taking seriously the threat of a planet-killing comet heading to the Earth. Peter Hart, national communications manager of Food & Water Watch, speaks of “established power” continually advancing schemes “based on a techno-fantasy” instead of coming to grips with “what kind of energy is truly clean, truly renewable, and achievable.” Scenes in Don’t Look Up are “all too real,” he says. About mainstream media sensitivity to failures reporting on nuclear power, Wasserman tells of Walter Cronkite exploding at a party when Wasserman commented to the CBS Nightly News anchor that “I thought media did a poor job of covering” the Three Mile Island accident. Cronkite “started yelling at me.” He “couldn’t handle” the criticism. And, says Wasserman, when interviewed by anchor Bryant Gumbel on NBC’s Today program about the book he co-authored, “Killing Our Own: The Disaster of America’s Experience with Atomic Radiation,” which documents people dying as a result of the Three Mile Island accident, Gumbel said, “that’s interesting.” This led to a two-page nuclear industry blast demanding Gumbel issue a “retraction” and an accusation that Gumbel was “anti-nuclear.” Libbe HaLevy, producer and host of the podcast Nuclear Hotseat, details how the dangers of nuclear power are “minimized” and refutes the claim of it being carbon-free. The nuclear power cycle is “hugely carbon-intensive,” she says. And now, billions of dollars going to the development of “small nuclear modular reactors” are “siphoning off” funds. With “all those billions…we could have solar on every rooftop in America…” View Full Program Here
Enviro Close-Up -- Dr. Mustafa Santiago Ali, Part 1
Mustafa Santiago Ali is Vice President of Environmental Justice, Climate, and Community Revitalization for the National Wildlife Federation. Highly articulate, enormously knowledgeable and thoroughly committed, Dr. Ali is a giant in the campaign for environmental justice. For 24 years he worked at the U.S Environmental Protection Agency joining the agency at 16 as a student. He became a founding member of its Office of Environmental Justice. He served as EPA’s senior advisor for environmental justice and community revitalization, and assistant associate administrator. He resigned from the EPA when, as he describes in this Enviro Close-Up, there was a major “roll back” of EPA’s mission and activities under the Trump administration. He then became senior vice president for the Hip Hop Caucus, a national non-profit and non-partisan organization. And he founded Revitalization Strategies, a business focusing on moving “our most vulnerable communities” from “surviving to thriving.” As a vice president of the National Wildlife Federation, he is a leader of a green organization with six million members.
Enviro Close-Up -- Dr. Mustafa Santiago Ali, Part 2
In Part 2 of Enviro Close-Up with Mustafa Santiago Ali, Vice President of Environmental Justice, Climate, and Community Revitalization for the National Wildlife Federation, he speaks of his college students. “Young people are hungry not just for information but also for change and being part of that change,” he says. Dr. Ali adds, “they also understand that the climate crisis is something that they will have to deal with through their entire lives.” They are “hungry to bring their innovation and ingenuity” to the struggle. He speaks of projects of the NWF including its Eco-Schools program and how “millions and millions” of young people “participate in it every year.” As to whether he is optimistic in the long-term about environment success, he says “I am” because “usually when are faced with a serious challenge, we find ways to come together.” Still, “I also understand that tied to that optimism is a huge amount of hard work.” Dr. Ali says “there’s a brighter day—if we determine to make it that way.” He details the many leaders of “front line organizations” and the “transformative work” of their initiatives and groups “moving forward” and making change. As to racism being pivotal to environmental justice, Dr. Ali says this is “not only true but apparent.” View Full Program Here
Just as flowers open up and bear fruit, just as the moon appears and invariably grows full, just as a lamp becomes brighter when oil is added, and just as plants and trees flourish with rain, so will human beings, never fail to prosper when they make good causes. Nichiren Daishonin 1222- 1282
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Let’s look forward to the opportunities that 2022 will offer us; as we continue to raise our voices and elevate our actions to defend and protect Mother Earth and seek justice for all of her inhabitants.
The path of Justice has always been blocked by prejudice hate and racism. We must rise to the challenges and you fight in the name of freedom and justice for all. With the unity of many bodies but one in mind united for the sake of all living beings. We have always been surrounded by devils and demons; eager to lie; jump in and undo the work of the mighty few. The world is too messed up for us to go it alone.
We must read, and recognize within ourselves as the author, of the truth unfolding, and recognize this opportunity to change. If you’re not part of the solution, you are part of the problem.
Get involved and exercise our right for justice and equality for all of our planets inhabitants. It all comes down to UNITY.
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Data For Better Schools
Starving Emaciated Polar Bear
Lack of sea ice due to global warming as the water absorbs 1000 time more of the suns heat trapped by the Green House gasses.
The Raping of the Amazon Jungle
The Kayapo tribe has protected the rain forest from outsiders for centuries , but they are now overwhelmed with technology and other resources, to decimate the forest for financial gain. Including building dams to control the environment with no regard for the natives.
Living in a coal town
Here we have tradition, but in poor neighborhoods we have modern genocide.