March 14, 2009

Orangutan Orphan, Borneo

Photograph by Mattias Klum

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Clinging to the hand of a human protector, six-year-old Mugi is one of some 500 orphans cared for at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rescue Center in Indonesian Borneo. The island's orangutans are endangered: The population has fallen by more than 50 percent in the past 50 years.

See more photographs from the November 2008 feature story "Borneo."

Orangutan Banana
Orangutan Banana

The Subud beneficiaries do not care about all of this, because they are well compensated by the high market prices of their raw material. The benefit is high enough to be charitable, therefore Subud can act like a caterer mother and from their mega high benefit it is definitely easy to give some little presents back to the Dajaks, but in truth Subud only exploits their really cheap manpower.

Yayasan Tambuak Sinta -

Subud creates in the field of the cutting forests not only plantations but cities as well, like Palangka Raya Kőzép in the island of Borneo. Statehood is represented by the Subud, actually they totally govern whole Indonesia. They do own the chains of hotels too. PRACTICALLY everything is owned by the Subud.

Rungang Sari Resort and Meeting Center -

Not only the newly born cities and plantations, but the outside poisonous copper and gold mining destroys the rain forests. This huge mining companies are for example:

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