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The caveman of old lived in fear mode the predominate factor in the duality of our reality love being its polar opposite.
There is a scenario in the grids about aliens coming here in the place where the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers meet, which is a dried up river bed today.
Humans came out of the caves millions of years ago and slowly started their way back to en(light)enment. No matter what we think about our government and its leaders, the average person used to feel it would always be there to protect us - the patriarchy - father figure - leader - who protects. In the so-called matriarchal years, now in play, we move toward balance and self empowerment. Build Your Own Ultimate 27-Pound Bug-Out Bag With Nothing But Inexpensive Items: Download Your Free Guide Here! If you want to know how to survive in the woods or wilderness, then the first thing you need to know is this: always be prepared. Unless you are injured or sick, there are just 4 things that you need in order to survive in the wild.
Hopefully you will have survival supplies to help you get these 4 things  – like having emergency food and water rations, a tent for shelter, and matches so you can make a fire to stay warm. Follow Ants: If you see a train of ants going up a tree, it is probably because there is a cache of water in a groove in the tree.
Dig for Water: If you dig, do so at places like dried-up streams and areas with a lot of lush foliage.
And remember that water from lakes, streams, and rivers should always be purified before you drink it, even if it looks clean! My favorite shelter for how to survive in the woods is the “fallen debris shelter.” You just need to find a fallen tree. There is actually lots of food in the wild – so long as you know where and how to look for it. Sorry to break it to you, but catching a wild animal for food is a lot harder than it seems. Best Survival Water Filters and PurifiersWater is by far the most important thing you need for survival.
The plight of the fisher-folk in Durban (South Africa), their struggles against the state-corporate restrictions and denied access to their 'hunting-gathering' food spots forms the basis of this story. A battle for food against players with high profile power and socio-economic status is truly unfair; the subsistence fishers have to take on a centre of wealth and power, the National Ports Authority.
This article is part of the script excerpt from the activist film 'Baited: Fishing for Food', which is based on subsistence fishing rights and the 'Inequality of Survival' set in Durban, South Africa, with several layers delving into historical traditions, untold 'Voyages of Discovery' that predate colonial 'truth', overfishing versus fishing for food, green fishing, biodiversity, environmental protection, corporate power, poverty, human rights, parallel inequities from apartheid to post. In 1953, the Reservation of Separate Amenities Act, allowed for the reservation of municipal grounds for a particular race, creating amongst other things - separate beaches, buses, hospitals, schools and universities. The economic and social inequalities from apartheid are still being perpetuated with a playing field that is still dominated by white commercial fishers and the fronting of black tokens by international trawling fish companies further veils the truth behind the inequality. The Group Areas Act forced the relocation of South African-Indian-Descendents farther away from their traditional fishing grounds, 30 km in Townships such as Chatsworth. During the years of slavery, slaves were brought in from Indonesia, Madagascar, Somalia and India.
Due to the continued disputes with the locals, from the 1860 indentured labourers were brought in to serve the labour needs in the sugar plantations. The Natal Bay was once thriving ecologically with abundant wildlife such as lions and elephants roaming freely.
The Island View Tank Farm or Cutler Complex is one of the most toxic and hazardous storage facilities and the largest of its kind in Southern Africa with over 190 individual corporations spread out along the harbour. While the poor subsistence fishers are closed off from the food grounds, some of the most toxic polluters are allowed to operate unabated not only killing off fish species and other marine life but creating a constant stream of toxins which bioaccumulation in the fat cells of fish and are passed down the food chain. The Durban Port Authority had been criminalising the desperate subsistence fishing without alternatives to the poor, which have left families starving.
In addition, toxic pollution being spewed out unabated within the jurisdiction of the Durban Ports Authority by the very big businesses within their perimeters causing severe impacts to the water quality within the harbour and the Indian Ocean; affecting aquatic species both floral and faunal and leading to a range of impacts, condoned by the default non-action and penalisation by the corporate sector and the state. The Authorities response to the plight of the fishers is in fact the criminalising the legitimate search for food. The 1948 Universal Declaration on Human Rights, states that the right to food is not an option but a moral and legal obligation for States.
The World Food Summit in 1996 assessed the number of undernourished people in developing countries to be about 800 million and targeted to halve this number by 2015. Recreational fishing permits have increased between 195% - 489%, which has outraged fishers.

The whole status or lack thereof, of subsistence urban fisher-folk in the Marine Living Resources Act which only addresses traditional-rural subsistence fishers.
In SA, IUU was blamed for the collapse in traditional line fishery, abalone and Patagonian fish stocks.
The ocean was once thought to have an infinite bounty of fish stock and so humans have irresponsibly depleted some species. Fishing is an activity of catching fish and other marine animals such as molluscs (shellfish, squid, and octopus) through hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping. Trawling - is a dragging method most widely used by industry and causing immense damage to the ocean.
The problem as with most net methods is bycatch, which is the catching of non-target species. The WWF and Department of Environmental Affairs through their South African Sustainable Seafood Initiative to enable citizens to become conscious about the fish species they eat with the aim of reducing the impact on threatened overfished species. Green Species - these are healthy population levels and regarded as sustainable fish species.
Orange Species - these may only be legally sold by registered commercial fishers and retails. Fish species can only recover if overfishing is regulated strictly so that the species have time to breed and recover in numbers.
The KwaZulu-Natal Subsistence Fishers Forum (KZNSFF) is a grassroots organisation formed by the poor fishers in response to their oppression and access to food.
The Australian spiders seem as distinct as the rest of their flora and fauna, with colour the distinguishing mark in this case. We regard the most impressive living things as large animals, such as extinct giants, but to consider the life and influence of great trees or the efficiency of a spectacular army ant raid, killing everything in its path, canA’t be disregarded. When dolphins are 'rescued' in various countries, the car given seems to be ill-considered. If you are paranoid, fear will take over, and you will be reconciled into consciousness source. Gradually we left behind the caveman mentality, survival, fear base emotions yet are programmed as survival instincts should we need them. Most of souls were in a state of 'suspended animation' especially those who were there, for weeks after the event as our frequencies adjusted to this program insert. Take the case of Autumn Veatch, the teenager who survived a plane crash and then days in the wilderness – despite having no supplies and being injured. You can only go 3 days without water before dying, but you’ll be extremely dehydrated long before those 3 days are up. Drag a piece of cloth behind you (or wrap it around your legs and walk through thick brush). Mountains usually have streams going down them so you are likely to come across one eventually.
A shelter can also help protect you from some wild animals as they are more likely to attack you if you are in the open. But, if you are lost in the woods without matches or a lighter, then this is going to be problematic.
Yes, I know this probably seems gross to you, but most bugs are edible and actually very nutritious.
If you eat an inedible plant, you could end up with diarrhea, and that will kill you a lot faster than hunger! The denial of access to the subsistence fishing spots by the Durban authorities has impacted gravely on lives of Durban's subsistence fishers, a definitive case of 'The Inequality of Survival'. The gap between the rich and the poor has widened in the context of neo-liberal economic agendas, exacerbating hunger and the battle to survive in the Urban Jungle, where natural food resources are limited, not free and finding natural 'hunting-gathering grounds' with 'free food', extremely rare.
The extreme polarity of the fishers and big business-industry sets the basis for an unfair battle, the former struggling for basic resources such as food, water and shelter and the latter having all the wealth resources to restrict, deny access and criminalise legitimate poverty struggles.
During the Apartheid Era, fishing like all socio-political sectors was controlled by and for the benefit of the white minority where racial quotas were applied.
Fishers fighting for their rights in present day South Africa have descended from indentured labourers. Many farmers engaged in slave labour and when slavery was abolished in 1833 by the British, this angered farmers and ignited the Great Trek. However, Indian entry into South Africa, happened by misfortune when slaver-ships rounding the coast were shipwrecked. Durban was seen to offer industrialists an abundant supply of coal, water, labour and manufacturing land, the Harbour being the hub as trading port and industrial site.

The Harbour's industrial complex makes one of the most sensitive ecological zones a pollution hotspot with water and air pollution, resulting in recent Harbour Fish Kill in 2007, several toxic clouds of gas impacting on adjacent residents in Bluff and the 2007 tank explosion leading to evacuations of residents. So the legacy of pollution is passed onto the poor who can't literary afford to deal with the medical costs of poor health from pollution but fishing is the only free food source. The whole human rights agenda and the constitutionality of the 'Right to Food' and the right to dignity come to the fore. These double standards make no sense when the poor fishers are criminalised and policed with such brutal force in access and removal. Can the sale of the portion daily fish catch by the poor to fund other survival costs such as water bill, rent, other daily survival resources such as milk, bread, rice, vegetables, hygiene items be regarded as commercial sale? Unregulated and Illegal Fishing in South African waters is estimated at R 6 billion per annum.
It is estimated that fish stolenby poaching abalone, Patagonian toothfish, hake, small pelagic, shark in SA waters may be as high as R6 billion annually. It entails the dragging of large nets across the seabed or through the water to catch fish like hake, sole, prawns. The bycatch impact from trawling is extremely high with species such as turtles, sharks, whales, dolphins, seabirds falling victim at a rate of over 70%. KZNSFF is committed to sustainable fishing and livelihoods but will continue to fight for the Right to Food and their Right to Equality.
Despite their tiny size, these males manage to get noticed by the girls with their fabulous blue scales which amplify reflected light and never fade!
Life seems more secure, though they are still endangered, but is there a future for any oceanic life if we turn a blind ear to the noise we emit, and all the rest of the pollution we dump on the sea?
Maybe we have to have seen these species, or be taught about those that are extinct, to be able to appreciate how significant they have been Just hope they survive long enough for us to be able to see at least some natural wonders like these. Never go for even a “short walk” in the woods without bringing a fire starter, knife, water, and rain jacket. Or you might get abducted by a nutcase and have to escape your abductor through the woods (yes, this has happened many times).   The bottom line is that you need to be prepared for anything by knowing how to survive in the wilderness.
Unless you are some sort of wilderness MacGyver, don’t even bother trying to rub two sticks together. In desperate situations, you can use the universal edibility test to tell if a plant is safe to eat.
One of those few natural hunting grounds for survival food has for decades been the Durban Harbour and its Piers, which have since been closed off to subsistence fisher-folk. The Piers were also racially segregated into numbered zones with White Fishers getting access to the best fishing zones. This provided the impetus for Durban's rampant industrialisation at the expense of traditional livelihoods and the natural environment. If a state puts in place excessive taxes on fish trade, it could severely diminish the income of subsistence fishers and affect their economic accessibility for purchasing food.
Overfishing not only impacts on a species but on the entire aquatic food chain and marine ecosystem.
They could even end up in commercial aquarium shows, but they certainly rarely make it back to the sea.
Even if you don’t plan on going into the wilderness, you still need to be prepared with survival gear. Indian slaves were also integrated and this predates Indenture, making Indian slaves the first Indians to arrive on the coast, just one of many hidden histories in South Africa.
Together with horrific commercial fishing methods the ecological diversity of the ocean are being decimated daily. Or, if you absolutely must make fire, then try these methods of making fire without matches.
Fish has been relished for centuries being an important component of food for both the rich and poor.
This fear has created a strong pulse of paranoia unlike anything I have seen in the US for years.

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