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Tidbits #98

Posted on April 18, 2019

L’indigence ne se calcule pas en chiffre près: seuls les riches ont des comptables.

Laws change, but the perspective on an issue lives longer. Stay within the law and keep elaborating on the perspective: daydreaming saves you from the current morass

Je lis “La’ ou’ le temps commence et ne finit pas” par Gisèle Kayata Eid ( la soeur de la récente défunte Emilie Nasrallah). J’adore comme elle décrit l’Afrique: le Togo

“The power of intuitive understanding will protect you from harm until the end of your days”. –Lao Tzu. Does it means reflective knowledge and training your experimental mind?

Since 2006, Israel has become a liability to USA administration. With Israel and colonial powers failure in Syria, Israel has become a total liability. The USA and Israel are living in a Bubble of faked news and misinformation: All the people in the Middle-East, including the leeches of leaders, know by now that Israel is our existential enemy and its survival as a colony is declining quickly.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to turn out for Saturday’s march in London, as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit draws dangerously closeProtesters call for a second Brexit referendum. 

“Votre attitude démontre que vous n’êtes pas totalement soumis: Donc, on impose des sanctions économique pour toute la population”. Mass sanctions on entire people to punish decisions of a few “leaders”

Several notable Democratic presidential candidates will skip the pro-Israel lobby group’s three-day conference, which begins Sunday in Washington.

Italy signs a Belt and Road deal with China, the first major democracy to join China’s global infrastructure plan (meaning Greece is Not that major in the democratic State), despite US opposition and concerns from other EU nations about growing Chinese clout in the region.

Indonesia  Airline Garuda scrapped its massive Boeing order for 49 Boeing 737 Max 8s. (Boeing never deemed it relevant to warn pilots of the deficiency in its computer system that take control over the pilot manual decisions). (And yet, a few months ago, another Indonesia 737 crashed shortly after taking off)

18th- and 19th-century English wives were “sold” for a variety of payments and beer–by the pint, quart, and gallon–was the most common currency. When divorce was off the table, English couples dissolved their marriages with beer.

Urologists report a surge in the “procedure” during the US college basketball tournament, when men can binge watch at home with ice packs in hand: Yes, March Madness is vasectomy month.

The main factor that allowed Israel to be created and survive for a century is that the majority of the illiterate people in the region were still under the culture (habit) of living the day. They refused to take this nascent colonial implant seriously. As they immigrate, they are faced with this shock: Tomorrow is as important as today and then they succeed. Things are turning around: the Syrian people are planning the future in detail.

While a financial multinational threatens with embargo the less developed States, supported by its powerful government, it really don’t give a damn of the citizens of its original country: Money and profit have no restrictive citizens or smelling race. Money and profit  have no standard particular social value.

California suspends the death penalty. Governor Gavin Newsom will grant a reprieve to the state’s 737 condemned inmates. (A coincidence with Boeing 737)?

George Pell, the most senior Roman Catholic leader, found guilty of sexual abuse. He was sentenced to six years for child sex abuse. The Australian cardinal and former adviser to Pope Francis was convicted in December of molesting choir boys more than two decades ago.

Bacteria adapt quickly to their surroundings, like in dry food

One-tenth of the world’s digital ad fraud originates in India. It costs the industry $1.6 billion.

Save the Yemeni people from mass genocide in this insane war and for No reasonable cause.

A vicious armed conflict of landmines and airstrikes has devastated the population, triggering a humanitarian crisis like no others, Not even in the Congo, Somalia, Sudan… and for an entire generation.

As of December, 100,000 children under the age of five are so severely malnourished that they could die if they do not receive urgent treatment.

Take a good look at this picture. This 4-year old weighs only 14 pounds. Starving children don’t cry.

Take Action Now!
A picture posted By Avaaz in their pleas for donations

How many pictures of dying children the world community requires to get off their bureaucratic chairs and get moving and active to remedy to this insane war?

A war launched on one of the poorest countries, even before Saudi Kingdom, US, Britain, France, Israel and Emirates decided to eradicate this people and its civilization off the face of the globe?

We have seen such kinds of pictures in many countries in the world and for many decades, children dying of famine, of degraded quality of water, of lack of available medicines… following “civil wars”, climate change, and forgotten sustainable projects to give remote people a chance to survive.

How many of these pictures must the colonial powers needs to revise their exploitation programs at the expense of people and the degradation of nature?

The tiny bodies of these wasted children can no longer cry. Instead they use every last calorie to keep their organs pumping. But the mothers cannot stop crying for them, the last of the tears that both of them can shed.

Over 17,000 civilians died from bombs (as accounted by world organizations and US, as well as over 100,000 other children in Yemen who starved to death, unable to get enough food or medical care during the devastating civil war.

There are millions in Yemenis who will Not live to maturity, handicapped, life expectancy drastically reduced… when “humanitarian aids” reached them, at the end of the tunnel.

Half of all medical facilities have been destroyed or forced to close, and 80% of the population needs urgent humanitarian aid — including 12 million children.

Take Action Now!
A picture posted By Avaaz in their pleas for donations

Medics, volunteers, and humanitarian groups are trying to fill the gaps. Most probably, these groups are Not allowed to enter this war-zone, or even be allowed to bring in what is necessary to alleviate the miseries.

Even as the bombs keep falling, local aid workers and volunteers are going all out to provide for everyone they can — setting up hospitals, delivering emergency food aid, and life-saving surgery on the very frontlines of a most brutal war.

What kinds of aids are needed right now, immediately?

  • Help fund critical medical facilities in devastated areas of Yemen;
  • Provide life-saving food aid for thousands of desperate families;
  • Ensure thousands of people have access to critical medicines and pay for a fleet of ambulances;  
  • Fund mobile clinics and power medical centres with emergency generators. 




February 2021

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