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Mother Nature Gets Equal Rights Enshrined In UN Law: Worms Rejoice

by | 14th, April 2011

TO Bolivia, where Gaia, aka Mother Earth, has the same rights under law as humans. In Bolivia, the insects, trees and all living things enjoy equal rights. Under Bolivia’s Law of the Rights of Mother Earth, which Bolivian President Evo Morales enacted in January, the old lady who swallowed a fly had best not die until the spider’s lawyers have got to her.

The UN likes this law and would like it extended to all places on God’s Earth. Know that humans (that’s you – you scumbag) have sought to  “dominate and exploit” Gaia so that the “well-being and existence of many beings” is threatened.

There is to be a Ministry of Mother Earth and an ombudsman to record nature’s complaints. The Recorder is unabel to converse directly with Gaia but hopes that enough human groups and organisations will grass up other humans.

The guilty will be taken from this place and turned into worm food by way of recompense for lawn sprinker systems and fishing that causes million of worms to be maimed and injured every year.



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