DREAM IN THE GREEN

GREEN INSPIRATION

Finding inspiration and meditation in our 120 m2 villa, nested in the green, with a total privacy. Two spacious bedrooms with one king size and one single bed and seating area. Two bathrooms with shower and hot water. The main bathroom include a full size bathtub. The villa offer a 30 m2 saloon terrace with refrigerator, tables, seats and sofas. Private Wifi.

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SOME DETAILS

Surrounded by plants, flowers and trees this cottage, was built of teak and merbau wood. You will enjoy its numerous carving and “old living wood”. Facing the river, you have direct access to our waterfall dominated by a wooden deck. Adults will enjoy natural water massage in the stream, children having clear small spring water pool to swim and play.

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PLANÈTE O PLANÈTE

De nos jours, la population ne cesse d’augmenter avec aujourd’hui plus de 7.78 milliards d’habitants (UN.org 2020). Le nombre de naissances toujours supérieur au nombre de morts montre que la tendance mondiale ne va pas changer d’ici peu. Or, la planète possède un nombre limité de ressources et la surpopulation peut avoir de nombreux impacts sur celles-ci. Certains territoires comme la Chine ou l’Inde possèdent une surpopulation bien supérieure à d’autres territoires et ont déjà dû réfléchir à des solutions pour la réguler afin d’éviter certains problèmes inévitables si la population ne cesse d’augmenter. Préserver notre environnement, notre planète, et les futures générations sont maintenant au cœur des discussions et il est nécessaire de trouver des solutions face à la surpopulation pour les années à venir.

Ne plus avoir d’enfant serait-ce l’acte le plus écolo à l’heure actuelle ?

DISSIDENCE OR EVIDENCE?

According to the WHO, 4,682,000 people have died from the pandemic in 20 months. To date, the number of deaths due to covid-19 is 0.036% of the world population over 12 months. We can only be sad for them, but most of these victims already suffered from comorbidities, obesity, cancer, diabetes, etc. and 65% were over 80, many of them had only one or two years of life expectancy.
The social and economic consequences have affected 99.96% of the world population, confinements, curfews, bankruptcies, suicides, distress, job losses, other illnesses not treated in time, deferred surgeries, psychological shock of young children. Is there something wrong in today’s world? Are leaders aware of the damage caused by their decisions? Are they at the mercy of big pharma, and gafas, big winners of the event and their diktats? Do we have the right to ask the question whether private or superior interests have presided over all this maze of decisions and counter-decisions? Most have spent their time copying each other like bad students. Is it foolish or conspiratorial to think that policymakers are simply not up to the task?

Should large and powerful groups be prohibited from owning more than a small percentage of newspapers and other media groups? Because we must realize that they have played a major role in the struggle of ideas, the “good” against the “bad” … often according to their own criteria, see those of their owners. The populations have been mistreated, their rights confiscated, their opinion ignored, brandishing the specter of their responsibility over the course of the events. They were treated like irresponsible children.
Are there not reasonable voices to question those sometimes inaudible or untrue of those who organize the destinies of women and men on this planet?

Subsidiary question: is it not curious (according to the WHO map) that the people least severely affected are precisely those where malaria is frequent? Would there be a link with the prevention of malaria, chloroquine for example?