A short video can change your way of seeing things
and can make you transform you into a more
conscious and reasonable person.
Friends of Socialphy.:
This post is intended to do a little awareness about the world we live in, and draw conclusions themselves on phrases we often hear: "the human species is inherently bad."
This documentary demonstrates, among other things, that the human species is not bad per se, but rather the opposite: we are a race destined to give and receive love, we are peaceful, kind, friendly, supportive and essentially good people.
What we end corrupting the system in which we live and the lifestyle imposed on society where values and principles of decent living no longer exist or are totally trampled.
It invites us to think, well, what would become of humanity if the Spanish conquistadors led by Christopher Columbus had come with a different attitude: if instead of coming with the Bible and the sword to conquer, corrupt and extinguish native peoples, had been with kindness, peace, willingness and good faith with the sample Dutilleax in this documentary. Really interesting and recommended.
Summary of the documentary.
This, which is the first of the videos, is a kind of summary of the documentary, which lasts 14 minutes. Take the 14 minutes and see the full video, it's just a compilation of images with background music. I assure you that after seeing it, you can not avoid seeing the full documentary.
Complete Information and Documentary.
In the twentieth century the team of Jean-Pierre Dutilleaux (explorer and ethnographer) had the privilege of contact, after many obstacles, with "Toulambis" a tribe that had never seen a white man and never been linked with the outside world.
They, the Tulambis did not believe in the existence of the white man when they saw Jean-Pierre thought it was a living dead, a spirit of their ansentros. They believed that their skin was painted white, and it was a ghost.
In its most pure and living primitively in prehistory (stone age), they do not know the wheel or anything other than the environment around them. They live by hunting in the jungles of Papua New Guinea.
For the first time in their lives tasted the rice, as shown in the film, liked only with salt. The pounding in your head (you'll see in the film), it means they like the food.
It's incredibly moving to see their faces in fear, distrust and astonishment at the absolutely new and strange things they discovered, like metal, mirrors, plastic, film crews, recorded music and hearing their own voices on the recorder .
Documentary Part 1.
Documentary Part 2.
Documentary Part 3.
Documentary Part 4.
The man who made possible the meeting of two worlds.
Jean-Pierre Dutilleux was born in Malmedy, Belgium, is a director, anthropologist, explorer and advocate of Indian rights. In 1973 he made his first contact with the hostile tribe Txuccaramaes (who beat to death with sticks) of the Kayapo, the savage heart of Matto Grosso. They almost lost his life in the hands of the tribe, but the chief Raoni saved him. Since then Jean Pierre was dedicated to saving the territory of the tribe of the government of that country, making a world tour with the chief Raoni. They were received by senior leaders, the nobility and Pope John Paul II. The message was :
"My name is Raoni, I am the chief of the Kayapo. People are destroying the forest, are wiping out wildlife, fatally wounding my people, killing the Earth. Help me before it's too late".
Dutellieux visited the most remote places in search of primitive tribes, such as Toulambis living as they did in the Stone Age and are being decimated by the logging of their forests and diseases like malaria. He will take charge of drugs and help them protect their rights and tribal lands.
Really wonderful. A man who deserves much more recognition than it receives, a man she never heard about before but was on youtube and the internet. A person who is not even mentioned in the news.
To visit the website of Dutilleux, click the aboriginal, which translates as ab-origine and whose meaning is "from the origin". A greeting!
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