Topic: Sea of Oil
According to the wikipedia, the word “Humans” commonly refers to the species Homo sapiens (Latin: "wise man" or "knowing man"). Based on this definition, I believe there are only handful of “humans” around us, and rest are not worth calling by this title. However, for this post, let us assume we all are knowing man. We so called humans have tendency to speak up when we believe something is against our rights, and we stand up for our freedom. We humans practice our first amendment, freedom of speech, and most of us even practice second amendment, right to keep and bear arms. We use this to protect our rights / freedom. We humans can walk hundreds of miles to White House and protest when we don’t like what our president is doing, but what about those who can’t speak, write, or use weapons to protect their freedom? Who is to blame of when those who can’t speak up lose their freedom? I believe humans are very close to paying a huge price.
The April 20 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig off Louisiana triggered the worst oil spill in U.S. history. I am going to share few pictures of those birds that cannot enjoy their freedom anymore, and no, the nature is not to blame for this problem, I believe humans are to blame once again.
Let us think about these questions,
If these birds can talk, what would they say?
If these birds can pray to God, what would they pray for?
If these birds are capable of causing harm to humans, would we be able to survive?
Who is speaking up for them? My this post is not doing any justice to them, it is only making us aware of what we already know. This world started out with birds, animals, and then humans and our actions are causing many rare animals and birds to die, what do you think is next?