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October 6, 2018 / Fantelius

Black Lady, Red Child


”The most insignificant child
can grow to topple an empire.”
(Dartwill Aquila)

Or an idea.
A simple idea can also grow to topple an empire.

The Black Lady carries a simple idea within her.
The lady represents all the sisters of Captain Kate
impregnated by all the men who love them.
Snippets from Captain Kate on Water:
War without weapons.
Drinking natural water
— instead of processed and chemicalized water
in bottles, cans and plastic containers —
can be seen as a tactic of war,
war against corporate power
war against the pollution and destruction of nature
war against the culture of unnecessary consumption
war against false identities.

The entire process of production, distribution and consumption
of bottled water only in the USA only
pours as much hydrocarbons into the atmosphere
as 400 000 cars.
Every year.

Kate gave seven reasons for
the ”Waterwork” campaign.
Here’s the eighth:
Not only can Waterwork
”win a great battle against the corporate empire”
it can show the people their own power
and what they can accomplish.
It can fill them with confidence and determination
to build a world
where the most insignificant children
can grow up in a garden of beauty and plenty.




The West Bank is now the Judea-Samaria area.

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