Read Description. This is Raoni. Clan chief of the Kayapo Tribe in Brazil. This picture was taken after some politicians decided that his tribe and Rainforrest
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This is Raoni. Clan chief of the Kayapo Tribe in Brazil.

This picture was taken after some politicians decided that his tribe and Rainforrest of the scale of the panama canal is going to be destroyed by a new sea wall. Just for some companies to produce less costing electricity. There is a petition which you can sign online for little effort.

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i dont care about thumbs but if you want that this case should get attention then pleas thumb

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Submitted: 02/14/2012
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#256 - wutangnash (02/15/2012) [+] (6 children)
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oh fuck that shit, Thats just not true and the picture isnt related to the story.    
   
The picture is taken at a funeral of a close friend of the clan chief. AND HE is not crying because of  some kind of sea wall or this jibbajabba.    
   
Lamar Smithgot...
oh fuck that shit, Thats just not true and the picture isnt related to the story.

The picture is taken at a funeral of a close friend of the clan chief. AND HE is not crying because of some kind of sea wall or this jibbajabba.

Lamar Smithgot...
User avatar #352 - wtel (02/15/2012) [+] (27 children)
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There are 2 Problems here;

1: TheOH PEEis a blatant toenail clippingwhore, and everyone who toenail clippinged him up is mentally deficient when you take into account the prevalence of whine threads directed towards retoasters, and toenail clipping-whoring Lamar Smithgots.

2: The apparent lack of sensibility displayed by those who honestly believe that signing an online petition could accomplish anything. Let me spell something out to all you bleeding heart liberal asshats. You. Accomplish. Nothing.

Nothing.

Not only is the petition going to be entirely disregarded by anyone who even remotely matters, but the fact that you're increasing power demands to create and run that petition are exactly the demands the all so evil corporations capitalize on.

Do you want to know what you can do?

Turn your power off, even if for an hour every day. Turn your shitty apple products off. Maybe exercise instead of going on your computer. Perhaps (Heaven forbid) sacrifice some of your luxuries.

Now how many of you are going to do that?

None of you.

At the end of the day you all fail to understand that everything you have is sustained by the blood of the majority. Everything you possess deludes you from the ugly truth of the world.

You're all fucking sheep. You soak in your own ego boosting drivel. So long as someone somewhere is telling you that you're making a positive difference, you're content to blindly wallow in your ignorance whilst making a conscious effort at avoiding critical thought.
#23 - eldiax (02/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
#99 - allamericandude (02/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
If there's one thing the internet has taught me, it's to never take stuff like this at face value.

If you took this post at face value, you'd think that a bunch of greedy corporations are destroying these people's homes for the sake of money--just like every environmentalist Disney movie ever made. But what if the electricity is needed to power a hospital that's going to help fight disease in the area? Or a water treatment facility? Or a business development that is going to provide jobs and money for the local area? Or simply to boost the power grid of a nearby city which has frequent power outages, leaving thousands of people in the dark?

And then there's the basic question of what's behind that photograph. What context was it taken in? Also, are they REALLY going to be out of a home, or will they simply have to move a little bit--if at all? How much of an effect is that dam REALLY going to have on their lives?

Don't get me wrong, I do feel sympathetic for these people. But people on the internet--whether they're environmentalists, politicians, corporations, etc.--are notorious for skewing the facts to fit their agenda. So don't expect me to pledge my allegiance to a cause simply because some group told me to. And neither should you.
User avatar #32 - nightmaren ONLINE (02/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
This is fucking disgusting. The people responsible for this, and the heads of the companies who will benefit from it should be murdered.
#19 - anonymous (02/15/2012) [+] (4 replies)
I refuse to sign a petition that allows dirty mudpeople to get in the way of progress. I'm an American god damn it!!!
#137 - anonymous (02/15/2012) [-]
They should curse that goverment with voo doo or something
#51 - concussion (02/15/2012) [-]
i hate seeing grown men cry.
strikes a feel.
#168 - anonymous (02/15/2012) [-]
Save environment by building eco friendly damn, destory rainforest in the process, Love this logic.
#106 - sircool (02/15/2012) [+] (7 replies)
wow, another one of those "BIG CORPORATIONS ARE EVIL" messages. And using a perfectly timed picture as well, so it seems the worst it can be, great. God forbid you people actually signing this remember that the computer you're using to do it is basically running off the same power. Natives moved, progress made. They find a new home easily. I see a lot of funny junkes as atheists, constantly making fun of religion for "being outdated" and "Being in the past and intolerant" but then you guys support the past here and are intolerant of big companies. jesus christ, you don't even care. If you did, you wouldn't sign a goddamn petition or sign up for some web site, you'd book a ticket on a plane to this country and help the people there. but you don't, because you honestly don't care and only feel bad and will forget it later. it's people like you who make me sick, pretending to care and feel bad for these people then forget them the next day.   
   
gif. unrelated. enjoy the jedi turtles.
wow, another one of those "BIG CORPORATIONS ARE EVIL" messages. And using a perfectly timed picture as well, so it seems the worst it can be, great. God forbid you people actually signing this remember that the computer you're using to do it is basically running off the same power. Natives moved, progress made. They find a new home easily. I see a lot of funny junkes as atheists, constantly making fun of religion for "being outdated" and "Being in the past and intolerant" but then you guys support the past here and are intolerant of big companies. jesus christ, you don't even care. If you did, you wouldn't sign a goddamn petition or sign up for some web site, you'd book a ticket on a plane to this country and help the people there. but you don't, because you honestly don't care and only feel bad and will forget it later. it's people like you who make me sick, pretending to care and feel bad for these people then forget them the next day.

gif. unrelated. enjoy the jedi turtles.
User avatar #111 to #106 - msvegeta (02/15/2012) [-]
Okay... WOW I really disagree with you here.
1. "natives moved, progress made. They find a new home easily."- It's like here, you're saying our definition of progress is more important than what these people consider home. It's easy for us to say, "Oh, they can find another home," without thinking that this was their life-long traditional home, which means something to you emotionally. Imagine being told by the government that you had to leave your house, livelihood, and job because some ppl in a distant country want more energy. Doesn't sound like progress anymore, does it?
2. You say that it's hypocritical for atheists to insult religion for being outdated while insulting corporations. Well guess what bro, giant corporations and the push against them is pretty new- this doesn't really have anything to do with history. So you don't make sense here.
3. You say that people who just sign petitions don't care because if they cared, they would go out to the country and help. But what about kind-hearted people, who don't have the money to go traipsing off to another country to help? Signing a petition is a great way to help when you personally don't have the resources to be active about something. Plus, most people care about a lot of things- and we can't go actively help everyone. But with small gestures like signing petitions, we can still make a difference.
TL;DR you have no logic, stop being so grumpy.
#104 - painballwiz (02/15/2012) [-]
This doesn't make me laugh, it makes me mad. Post funny things here. This is the place I go to, TO AVOID ALL THE SHIT IN THE WORLD.
User avatar #56 - bradshaft (02/15/2012) [-]
ill sign the petition if he gives me his hat thing
User avatar #1 - wereking ONLINE (02/14/2012) [-]
that post gave me a feel
#214 - naginatorz (02/15/2012) [-]
problem prime minister? ive already signed it by the way.
#234 - XPurdonx **User deleted account** (02/15/2012) [-]
#225 - anonymous (02/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Signed and shared.
User avatar #227 to #225 - catappotomus (02/15/2012) [-]
I don't know why I was logged out
That was me.
#355 - stubbyftw (02/15/2012) [+] (4 replies)
User avatar #330 - restinglizard (02/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
that aquard moment
when we relieize that funnyjunk is becoming a political force
and we're ok with it
#357 to #330 - ozsassinator (02/15/2012) [-]
**ozsassinator shoots himself**
**ozsassinator shoots himself**
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