Inspirant ce jeune homme, ça permet de garder espoir...
Poésie, vérité et coeur sont à la base de ce
message qui mérite d’être entendu et partagé par le plus grand nombre.
Il n'est plus possible de continuer à vivre d’une
façon si peu épanouissante, de promouvoir des habitudes de vie qui détruisent la
santé, l'environnement et/ou les relations. Voilà pourquoi, il y a de plus en
plus d’individus, de groupes et de communautés qui s'unissent et agissent selon
Dans cette vidéo intitulée «Mon appel à l'humanité»,
le communicateur, cinéaste et militant, Jamie Dunmore, nous parle de sa vision
et de son désir de cocréer un monde meilleur basé sur un changement de paradigme.
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Dunmore – My Call For Humanity
when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish
been caught will we realize that we cannot eat money.” – CREE INDIAN PROVERB
here I am, standing alone in the open. I’m here with a message hoping to repair
Nature is struggling, humanity’s not on
track. We’ve got our heads in the sand and our pride intact.
We seek fulfillment through wealth but do we
achieve it? We want prosperity through consumerism but is it worth it?
Have we actually found freedom or have we
lost it, because all we do is follow a system and never really challenge it.
Can you relate to that? Or is the world to
blind to see? I’d always seek the truth but care what my peers thought of me.
I saw a different perspective and struggled
by the hour. See I knew ignorance was bliss, but knowledge could give me power.
So now I call for humanity, not just for one
nation; I’m opposing separation and standing up to segregation.
Whether Religious or Atheist, in essence
we’re the same. Stereotypes are man-made and it was man who created the game.
But are we actually ready to accept this and
wake up? Can we put our naivety on the line? Or are we always going to collide?
Are we ready to make a difference? Do we
venture into the unknown? Or do we stay in our comfort zones and keep on taking
the easy ride?
Because at sea, it’s ships that are safest
at shore, but no, that’s not what ships were made for.
So ask yourself this, why are you really
here? You may find that deep but my question really is sincere.
For my generation, are we mislead as a
youth? Do we rub off our true purpose due to false misleading truth?
Are we prone to propaganda? Are we prone to
wrong information? Are we taught to judge each other based on religion, sex,
race, culture, class, nation? The list goes on.
The moral of this poem may be hard to grasp,
I know it’s not something usually heard and it’s not your average task.
But the point is to stop damaging what we
cannot re-create. We shouldn’t prioritize selfish desires and let them decide
However let me tell you, in no way am I
perfect and in no way am I better than you. I mean yes I wrote this message
myself, but it applies to myself too.
So it’s time to start improving and it’s
time to start speaking. Because resources are lowering and poverty is
We allow cities to get larger, buildings to
get taller, but trees to get shorter and forests to get smaller.
We’re an ingenious species, we could easily
change everything, but we’re made to think different due to decades of
We conform to education to confirm our own
security, yet it’s a biased institution that makes wisdom hold obscurity.
Is it actually correct and does it actually
judge intelligence? Or is it just listening to our elders and improving our
Are possessions an illusion of worth? Are we
tricked in our thinking? Are we trying to buy wholeness and are we trying to
Do they always give joy? Do they distract us
from reality? Do they determine our identity and do they alter our morality?
I mean what are our goals? This really isn’t
Can happiness be superficial and our routine
Do we live for the wrong things, whilst the
right things choke?
Is mainstream TV legit or can it dictate our
attractions? Does it actually bring us together or does it separate us into
categorize each other via a social hierarchy, but status is made by humans, so
who really are we?
Is ego destroying Eco? Are the real problems
disguised? Do we really know the truth or does our society feed us lies?
Are we actually filling our voids and does
money hold any true weight? Could we drop our precious comforts, to renew our
It really is time to stop living our lives
in shells cause nothing for others is the undoing of ourselves.
We are all from the same source so let’s see
it for what it’s worth. We only have one home and that home is planet earth.
So are our laws actually just? Or can power
avoid the prison? Are our governments really innocent or are they flawed in
Do they actually care for all life? Or only
for their own health? Do their motives come from morals or do they just want
power and wealth?
They try to justify a war on terror but it’s
lasted for over a decade. It’s caused a million deaths so don’t you think they’ve
Is patriotism necessary? Can’t we see it’s
prejudicial? Have we forgotten our common grounds and have we forgotten what’s
I mean am I truthfully British? Am I really
European? Am I actually a Western person or am I just a human being?
See the media highlight the smallest of
tragedies in first world countries, but fail to cover that over 90 million
worldwide have died from hunger in 12 years. So where do our priorities lie?
Britain, China, Russia, America, France.
Syria, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Iraq.
Whether Western or Middle East, everyone
deserves peace. No more national wars, no more bodies deceased.
Let’s come together as one and keep humanity
in one piece!
So are we going to be responsible? Are we
going to take a stand?
Are we going to change our ways and play our
cards on the other hand?
I’m not saying I have all the answers and
I’m not trying to force any suggestions.
I’m just saying it’s about time we see
things differently and it’s about time we ask some questions.
So what will you do? How much will you
allow? This is my call for humanity to create a change, and the time to start
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Directed, Edited, Produced and Presented by Jamie Dunmore.
and Directed by: Ryan Ball