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Earth Celebrating 2007

It is the last day of earth year – 2006. Earthlings’ are preparing to welcome 2007, the new year ahead.

Well, let’s see what’s new.

Millions of people are crowding around ‘happening’ places all over the world, watching the second hand on big giant clock ticks, and do count down. Sadly, what these earthlings do not know at this instance is, that they really are counting down to the end of their planet, sooner than later.

Fireworks! Yay! We had it last year, and the year before last, and the year before the year before last… but hey, we are having it like we’ve never had before! It’s bigger, more colourful, and surely, we are burning more of it. Let’s double… no, triple the amount. This way, even our neighbouring countries can see us, and be very jealous of us. And every country may wish to do the same. What’s the contribution of fireworks to mankind again?

Why can’t they have a peaceful New Year celebration, and pray for more surviving years for the planet?

Party time. It’s only trendy to be seen in a party on New Year’s Eve. There’s nothing wrong with having parties and a good time. But the wastage caused by these parties: thrown-away food, half drunk canned drinks, excessive consumption of alcohol and cigarettes, not to mention the noise pollution caused by loud music.

Capitalists are coming up with “new” ideas, to lure earthlings into more and more consumption: new design, new flavour, new style, new jewelleries, new everything – just for the sake of a new year. Unnecessary consumption.

But human beings need something, or someone to tell them what to do, including what to consume. Anything advertised through the media has gotta be good. Are they really the highest being on earth food chain?

Excessive consumption is definitely an on-going thing on earth, and capitalism and commodity are definitely here to stay. Trading environmental priority and humanity for economy achievements is nothing new. The planet Earth has a lifespan. Gaia has a limited resistance towards constant destruction. But these earthlings do not realise that.

Maybe. Just maybe – their subconscious knows it – that explains why they are celebrating and partying like there is no tomorrow.

Maybe. Just maybe – one day, they will come to their senses. And we shall all pray and hope. That is, after all, why we aliens are here.


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