Paris

Paris

“Politics in any country in the world is dangerous … politics had better be disguised as poetry.”
Langston Hughes

Electromagnetic pulse weapon, the encrypted iPhone,
Smart Death, clandestine shock and awe,
WhatsApp delivers bullets and bombs now,
AK-47s and suicide bomb blasts, black mask,
Oh the beauty of seeing a Parisian nurse holding,
An undetonated suicide bomber, looking into his eyes,
And seeing Gaia’s Arab children, wolf green eyes,
The cry of the desert wolf, the world will not be saved,
Electric blanket, the Shock Doctrine brings his home,
F-117s and B-2s, stealth assassins trained to deliver,
Smart Death from the sky, American pussies afraid,
Afraid to face the wolves face to face, man to man,
Woman to woman, eye to eye, hand to hand,
Instead they fashion, Smart Death, Smart Death,
Oil pipeline to $2 gas, and you wonder,
Why did those towers fall?

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About kayaerbil

I am a Berkeley educated chemistry Ph.D. who is moving into the area of working on developing appropriate technology for communities that are subjected to socio-economic oppression. The goal is to use simple and effective designs to empower people to live better lives. Currently, I am working with Native Americans on Pine Ridge, the Lakota reservation in South Dakota. I am working with a Native owned and run solar energy company. We are currently working on building a compressed earth block (CEB) house that showcases many of the technologies that the company has developed. The CEB house is made of locally derived resources, earth from the reservation. The blocks are naturally thermally insulating, keeping the house cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Eventually, a solar air heater and photovoltaic panels will be installed into the house to power the home and keep it warm, while preserving the house off the grid. A side project while in Pine Ridge is a solar computer. I hope to learn about blockchain encryption software for building microgrids. In addition, it is an immediate interest of mine to involve local youth in technology education.
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