What do rare minerals and unchecked growth and development have to do with the dead and dying? Quite a lot actually. Fancy technology requires elements found in conflict regions for the most part, and child slaves are used to extract much of it.
Now that some of these minerals have been discovered here (land of the slave, home of the fee), labor can be exploited again. You’ll still get your new Ipad, but it’ll probably cost a bit more. The bogus “clean energy” revolution is far worse then you may think.
Oddly, my previous video (3/1/2017) on cobalt exploitation in the Congo has disappeared off of Youtube. Coincidence? I don’t know. So here is another one:
The truth is, most of the world’s people simply don’t care enough to stop using technology that uses exploited slaves for labor. It’s the same with the world’s fisheries, slave ships operating all over the world producing the world’s daily catch. Nobody really cares. The dead and dying, the diseases and afflicted are the price of “business” in a world gone utterly insane.
Then there is the e-waste of all this electronic garbage that creates even more avenues for pollution, destruction and exploitation.
Described as a modern day Sodom and Gomorrah:
No matter what you may read or hear, the real “solution” is to stop making this shit. If billions simply stopped buying it, it would accomplish the same thing. But that’s a total fantasy, homo sapiens are absolutely addicted to their electronic toys. The hopium these videos contain shouldn’t go unnoticed either, after all, this is something else we are very good at, self-deception.
In the meanwhile, and definitely for as long as the foreseeable future can be imagined, the dead and dying will pile up around the world higher and higher, ignored and neglected, endlessly exploited. There’s always another child slave available, always another desperate and starving set of hands, always another buck to be made off the backs of the invisible.