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Ecology of colored vision. And types of Dalton color deficiencies

James C. Maxwell wrote: “All vision is colored: It is through different colors that we distinguish the forms of objects…” (Including black and white, shades of blacks and shadows at the boundaries)

Alfred Russel Wallace wrote: “For the ancient schools of naturalists, color had a trivial character, eminently capricious and undignified in the determination of species…”

Paul Cezanne wrote: “Color is where the brain and the universe meet

Mary Cassatt wrote: “If painting serves nothing, why many of us have this passion for light and color?”

Jack Parker Hailman wrote in 1977:

“Since mankind is one of the animal species, he is not entirely free of the factors that dictate the model and the signals of the other animals…”

Mankind utilizes the same principles that animals communicate with colors, since color is anterior to culture, and fundamental in the behavior of living spaces.

Identical objects are discriminated in their colors, as the same forms and heights between two visual fields lacking structure, are differentiated…

Kurt Nassau identified 15 physical causes of colors in the determination of the physico-chemical constitution of objects, which give the impression of living in a physical space.

Species have colors that warn of dangerous situations and their level of toxicity, like yellow, red, mauve…

The animal kingdom “says it with color“, coded messages like dissimulation, fading within the environment, ostentatious positions, and imitation…

“By inverting the principle of dissimulation in the animal species in the colors, we can deduce the principle of ostentatious exhibitionsJack Hailman

For example, a light blue color in the abdomen is a simulacrum of colored shadow in the snow

For example, you see a picture of people walking in a covered souk and wearing long tunics, stripped in black and white. Are you looking at gandouras with large black stripes? Or this is the reflection of the trellis of the roof projecting over white robes? Only the context can decide us which is the correct interpretation…

Rigorous geometric lines inevitably send an impression of an undulation of a plane surface by nature

Dots that have a black center and surrounded with clear colors simulate the iris of an eye.

Objects reflected by a glass are mentally eliminated, though they look as real as the objects…

The color perception is stable. When part of the uniform and colored picture is unequally lighted in the sunlight and the other part is in the shadow, the two parts differ for the eyes in clarity and tonality.

Many painters, leaders, artists, scientists… had deficiency in color perception

John Dalton described his condition in the book “Extraordinary facts relating to the vision of colours, with observation

“(For me) the colors rose and blue are pretty close, where as Red and rose have no connection. The colors white, yellow or green have appropriate names. Blue, purple, rose and carmine are less distinguishable, being fundamentally assimilated to blue.

The color rose of geranium zonal looked sky blue during the day and red at candlelight at night…

Normal vision people distinguish 6 colors in the solar specter (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple). I could barely differentiate only 2 colors, three at best…”

Patrick Schulmann said:

“I have an orange colored cat. When my cat is lying in the green grass I can’t see it. Now multiply by 10 the size of the cat and the grass and I wouldn’t be able to see a tiger. Probably, I will be quickly eliminated by natural selection…”

Note 1: Post extracted from the amazing book “Natural history of colored vision” by Philippe Lanthony. The book is divided into 5 chapters:

1. Ecology of colored vision

2. Nature and painting

3. Related to Dalton

4. Daltonism and cultures

5. The Daltonian painters (and false Daltonians)

Note 2: Abraham Lincoln had a slight Trichromatism anomaly: The proportions of the 3 primary colors are significantly different from what normal people see.  His wife claimed that she noticed this anomaly early on as Abraham barely differentiated a rose colored object.

The two subcategories are:

1. Protanomalie: an anomaly of the receptors for the long wave lengths (Red)

2. Deuteranomalie: An anomaly of the receptors for the medium frequencies (Green)

Achromatopsie is a hereditary anomaly of total absence of visual color: Monochromatism

Earth Day? Doing what in those celebrations? What are your priorities?

April 22 is back again. This Sunday will be observed by over 1 billion people to participate in Earth Day activities. Is it the largest civic observance in the world according to Earth Day Network?

Where would you like to start from? I have the impression that my list will have no end to it, enumerating the ailments that mother earth is suffering from, particularly, how mankind is coping in this desolate landscape and reduced imagination and pragmatic resolutions to world problems.

Never mind how the animal species are fairing:

If mankind maintained intact the environment of the animal kingdom, animals are well adapted than us to survive and thrive…

What could be your priority of promoting in Earth Day?

1. Working toward clean and fresh potable water?

2. Demonstrating and struggling for dear clean and healthy air?

3. Confronting nuclear waste disposal systems, chemical waste, toxic rare dirt exploitation…? (See note 3)

4. Cleaning beaches from frequent and abundant oil spills?

5. Stopping massive deforestation for the agro-industries that mankind never get a share in it?

Five years ago, my niece Joanna and future husband Yuhanna donned white overhaul to clean up the beaches in Lebanon that were polluted by oil spills generated by the bombing of Israel to our refineries by the coast in 2006. Why the overhaul had to be white? Is it supposed to be a once wear before being discarded, so that thousands of workers in the garment industry in China, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Viet Nam, and India faint en mass? (See note 2)

The UN demanded from Israel reparations, but Israel considers all UN resolutions as not of its concerns. The US didn’t exert any pressures on Israel, as usual. And the pseudo-State in Lebanon is not following up on this issue…

During our long civil war, Italy and other European States dumped hundreds of containers containing toxic materials and paid the militia leader “overseeing” the Jubail district.  The government knows the location, but refuses to touch and approach the matter.

Two years ago, the government bought two jets for “sprinkling” man-made “wild fires”. The machines are not functional: Well, they were not been put to any use yet. Wild fires are politically supported to manufacture charcoal in the cheapest way.

There are many politically backed families that operate illegal carries. One family saw its business stopped by one government. The next government awarded $400 million for damages and permitted the family to resume operations. Go figure.  Shall I go on?

Erica, a staff at disseminated the links to 8 blogs that deal with Earth Day:

I haven’t checked any of these blogs yet. I have no idea when I’ll start finding the credible and valued blogs.  Would you forward other links from outside the US, even written in French or Arabic?

How do you celebrate Earth Day? Picnic for the Planet, or plant a tree?

Note 1: You may check the collection of Recommended Blogs, and add topics like Nature and Earth Day to follow in your Reader?

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Is Earth exhausted? Is mankind immune to “endangered specie” category?

I attended a local TEDx meeting in Awcar (Lebanon), and two talks, seemingly contradictory, were shown, and a heated intelligent discussion ensued.

Paul Gliding said that mankind is currently consuming 1.5 times what earth can sustain and regenerate naturally, and that by the year 2020, mankind will consume twice what nature is able to naturally deliver. By the year 2050, when mankind has reached 9 billion, the cycle will be irreversible if no serious actions are implemented at a global scale.

The global problems for the ecological disaster (CO2, polluted water sources,…) have been known for 3 decades, but political actions have been delayed and the problems are steadily deteriorating.

Gliding said “EARTH IS FULL and fear should get us acting strongly. It takes a good crisis to get us going. When we feel fear and we fear loss, we are capable of quite extraordinary things”

The other speaker was Peter Diamandis. Peter said: “Creating abundance is not about creating a life of luxury for everybody on this planet; it’s about creating a life of possibility.” Diamandis view is that current technology can feed every single one, cloth every single one of us, cure all kinds of diseases, provide potable water to every one, generate plenty of energy to every one of us. Peter is forecasting that in 2020, 3 billion individuals will be directly connected to internet and sharing knowledge, information, pieces of intelligence, alternative resolutions, new technologies…

Think of this vast network of interaction among people, this powerful force for change among very learned and engaged people…

My reaction is:

1. If current technologies can extend all these feats and miracles, then why a kid die of famine every 7 seconds? Why million die of curable diseases and can be cured with effective 3-decade old antibiotics?  Why epidemics that we thought were eradicated are returning with savage vigor and new antibiotics are helpless to fighting them?

2. If nanotechnology is showing good prospect of cleaning up contaminated soil and water sources, how much scientists know of the long-term effect of nano particles on human and living species?  Didn’t pesticide use follow the same process of heavy applications, only to discover that it is lethaly harming the living species?

The amiant based products, used in insulated product for many generations and labelled the “white gold” in Canada (first producer in the world) harvested million upon million of users in lung cancer before the authorities banned it.  And yet, the current Canadian government is reopening the excavation fields and exporting the product to India …

3. If current technology can recycle polluted water, how much can it recycle for irrigation purposes? And the list is long and stretching in length by the year…

Suppose we have 3 billion well-connected in the internet and sharing ideas, you can bet that 95% of them will never generate any profit for their “ingenious” ideas and will suffer the “trickle-down” effect before they enjoy any relief.

It is the kinds of people in TED, members owning companies, registering their patents, and enforcing the “capitalism patent rights” with the support of their powerful government, and enjoying the necessary funding to executing the ideas that will reap all the benefits…

Those 3 billion well-connected in the internet will not even be able to cross the physical borders to get physically in touch with the potential movers and shakers. If they surmount the indignities and humiliations of obtaining a lousy visa, they’ll have to submit to colon search at airports…And their expenses in the hundred of dollars will not be refunded if visa is denied…

The technology is there.  The insurmountable problem is political in nature.  Thinking global will be much easier to reach, but how acting locally is to be executed?

The main task of the 3 billion well-connected on the internet will be to educate the “most advanced citizens” on what is feasible and possible to activate in their local communities. Otherwise, the “advanced NGO’s” , ignorant of the sociopolitical structures in the third world, will be exporting what they think is most modern, efficient, and promising technologies and methods, and out of context,  for the third world people…

Well-connected internet users must be politically oriented and engaged, and they must read local dailies to pinpoint local difficulties.  Comprehending the multiple interactions of a problem is a first step, and selecting what is possible and feasible is another serious endeavor in order to applying good ideas and methods on the ground.

Most probably, when earth experience cataclysmic periods, it is the third world people who will survive: They have acquired their natural survival kit.  They can share a piece of bread, pick fruits from trees, slaughter a bird, extend help among their small closed-net communities…

On social platforms I read: “What is more efficient for mankind: Fear or hope?” I think this dichotomy is out of the subject matter.  Of course, hope is far more effective is sustaining survival, given that the sociopolitical environment tend toward equitable deals among communities and class structure.  Is it the inequity and blatant discrimination among classes that ruins confidence in development and the re-starting of a sustainable economy.

The issue is not technology or economy, but mainly political in nature. Occupy movement should be kept alive and spread again, with new pragmatic feasible programs that politicians can associate with and promote…

Note: You may read on the Singularity University club of elites

Worst ecological disaster: Who is Pablo Fajardo Mendoza?

Texaco started oil operations in the State of Equator in 1964.  The location was in the Amazon provinces of Sucumbios and Orellana; the main towns are Largo Agrio and Shushufindi up north.  Texaco dug around 356 oil wells.  For every well, Texaco constructed five open-air basins for storing toxic waste and polluted water used for the operations of the wells.  All these basins were located by the river Rio Victoria so that the wastes are conveniently emptied to save on the safety requirements.  Roads were drenched with oil instead of asphalt.  For five decades, water, air, soil smelled and tasted oil. Texaco had built a 550 km pipeline to the pacific shore.

Texaco claimed that oil does not pollute, that the Amazon basin is an oil land and nobody should be living there, that oil is biodegradable and its effects disappear within weeks, that cancer cases were related to the hygiene standards in the region…

Two of the five indigenous tribes in the region, the Tetete and Sansahuari, are extinct.  The other three tribes were forced to join the cheap labor force for lack of fishing and surviving of the forest bounties.  An ecological catastrophe devastated the entire region,  a calamity 30 times larger than the Exxon Valdez in Alaska.

Pablo Fajardo Mendoza was 14 of age, and the fifth of ten kids, when his parents moved from the province of Manabi to the town of Sushufindi, two decades ago.  At the age of 16, Pablo was leading groups of contestants to the ecological catastrophe: He was fired.

Pablo continued his education with the help of catholic Capuchin priests and obtained his law degree by correspondence at the age of 32.  Every time Pablo and his groups file suite, the Equator government would require a lawyer to represent them. Consequently, Pablo figured out that he will be the lawyer.  Pablo was under the strong impression that the government did its best to facilitate Texaco businesses.

As Pablo was resuming his high school education, the lawyer Judith Kimberling published “Amazon Crude” that made a long fire. In 1993, three separate US lawyers filed a suit in New York tribunals.  The US tribunals claimed their incompetence in the matter and suggested that the lawsuit be presented in Equator. In 2002, nine years later, the court of appeal decided that the case can be carried out in Equator.

By 2003, Pablo Mendoza lodged another lawsuit in the province of Sucumbio. 106 expert reports were presented, among them 56 of them financed by Chevron.  The cost of the 30,000 Equatorian plaintiffs was covered by the Philadelphia law firm of Kohn, Swift, and Graf.  The US law firm estimated the victims will cash in $28 billion in damages.

In 2004, 8 days before the start of the expertise phase in the judicial process, Pablo’s brother (28) was savagely assassinated.  Pablo escaped and scattered his family members for security reasons.

In February 2011, the tribunal in Lago Agria issued its verdict: Texaco-Chevron will pay $8.5 billion in damages, the saving that Texaco generated by flaunting the safety and health standards in the oil production.

The US judge Lewis Kaplan of South New York district declared that the verdict cannot be executed in the USA.  Texaco-Chevron have interests in 50 other States around the world, and damages will be collected from everywhere Chevron is doing business.

Note 1:  This article was inspired by a piece published in the French weekly “Courrier International” number 1078

Note 2: Texaco was purchased by Chevron in 2001.  Texaco was replaced by the State operator Petroecuador in 1990.

Note 3: The irony is that Texaco-Chevron invoked in 2010 the Federal law of “Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act” to dismiss the case.  The plaintiffs are members of an organized criminal association!

Japan is hosting the representatives of 193 States that signed the 1992 treaty for preserving biodiversity in Rio de Janeiro’s “Summit Earth”.  It was agreed in that summit in 1992 for protecting 10% of natural spaces in every signatory State in order to diminish the rate of extinction of species.  The Indian economist Pavan Sukhdev estimates that $3 trillion could be saved each year if the rate of deforestation is reduced by half.

The vast Brazil atlantic forest has been reduced to 10% for demographic expansion; many animal species are not able to survive on these remaining patch work virgin spaces.  Reforestation will be financed out of the CO2 credits.

So far, funds allocated to protecting biodiversity have dropped to less than $3.3 billion in 2008 from almost $4 billion in 2007.  However, surface dedicated to sustainable forests has climbed to 4 million square kilometers in 2010 from almost nil in 1995.  Earth lands occupied by protected species has increased to over 25 million square kilometers in 2010 from almost nil in 1970.

Norway has set aside one billion dollars to rehabilitating humid tropical forest in northern Indonesia.  Fractions of that aid will be paid out as the Indonesian government show concrete realizations in preserving the ecosystem.  Indonesia hosts 10% of vegetable species, 17% of reptiles and birds, and 12% of mammal species.

San Diego Zoo is freezing specimen of skin species doomed to extinction so that to reconstitute the species later on using cell stump techniques.

The most promising activities are coming from private enterprises.  The new motto is to prove to people that they can make profit protecting species instead of just forbidding hunting.  For example, the poor and vast country of Namibia (Africa) is generating huge profit from “Hunting Sport” of the well-to-do; Namibia is employing 250,000 citizens protecting wild life population that increased 60% since 1960.

Africa is reaping $200 billion from hunting sport activities that are turning to luxury safaris costing $1,400 per night (excluding all other expenses).  Tourism revenue from visitors to the preserved land of Camp Selinda (Botswana) climbed to $3 billion.  The private South African association African Parks Network is administering national parks in Africa; for example the reserves of PN Garanba (Rep. Dem. Congo) and Ol Pejeta Park in Kenya.

The US and Russia signed a treaty for a project to reserving the strategic lands on both sides of Bering Straight in the arctic.  infrastructure will be developed to encouraging tourism and thus, protecting whales and polar bears.

The Pentagon spends 56 million to preserving the 15 million hectares of virgin lands used in the various military training grounds.  For example, commanders are trained to applying the “Endangered Species Act” in the training centers of Fort Stewart and Townsend Range (Georgia); Eglin in Florida; Island San Clemente and Twenty-Nine Palms in California.

It appears that virgin lands in Africa are ideal for relocating extinguished species living in zoos:  There is no way of measuring the “spiritual value” of intact virgin lands still in existence.  The greatest hope relies on the rich Chinese and Indian investors for protecting natural life in Africa.

It appears that the Nagoya conference was not a success.  No specific regulations were demanded on particular countries and the final resolution paper was delayed for publishing several days.  Only two third of the 200 States sent representative of lower echelons; only five small State Presidents showed up.  If the conference was related to banking or finance you would have witnessed all world Presidents hurrying up to have their photos taken.

What future for our kids? Hang on buddy! (November 8, 2008)

            Regardless of a scenario or a combination of scenarios, there are trends that have definite paths in the foreseeable future. For example:

1.              Population on Earth will continue to increase; it might or might not reach a plateau.

2.              Potable water will dwindle and its quality will deteriorate fast.

3.              Quantity of water for irrigation will diminish.

4.              Degradation of the soil for agriculture will resume its fast pace because of intensive methods and increase in fertilizers and pesticides and deforestation and acid rains…

5.              Cultivable lands will shrink to make rooms for increased infrastructures and habitable estates.

6.              The virgin forests in the Amazon, Canada, and Africa are disappearing much quicker than reforestation policies.

7.              The concentration of carbon dioxide is increasing exponentially and there are no effective policies to make do without oil and increased coal mining.

8.              Cheaper car productions in China and India will saturate the highways and deplete even faster the oil reserves.

9.              The prices of medicines and chemical products will shoot to the roofs because of lack of oil and the necessary ingredients in the equatorial forests.

10.           The ozone layer will continue is depletion process.

11.           Biological diversity will no longer be that diverse.

12.           Maritime sources of protein are already scarce and polluted.

13.           Renewable sources of energy will not match the ever increase in demands on energies.

14.           Concentration of people in mega cities; since China joined the free market economy 150 million Chinese peasants flocked to the major cities and the same trend in India and everywhere.

Shall I go on?  There are several scenarios to remedy to this bleak future; not necessarily to stop the trends, but just to maintain the survival of human species a while longer. There are at least four scenarios. First, we might very plausible maintain the free market economy, consumerism, multinationals and higher rate of growth.  This policy has proven its catastrophic effects but no alternative economic policies are studied seriously.

            The second scenario is security first for the rich nations; the poor immigrants would be warded off these “islands” of prosperity and affluence and let the third world go to hell.  This scenario is gaining ground in Europe and the USA and tighter measures to exclude the other non-developed populations have been in place for some time.

            The third scenario is for the western nations to coordinate political policies through financial incentives and tax cuts and centralized planning with fixed objectives. Obviously, these centralized policies will be heavily biased toward the life-style of the developed and rich nations.

            The fourth scenario can be summarized by Gandhi’s statement: ” True civilization is not the multiplication to infinity the wants of man, but their deliberate limitation so that to allow each individual to share what is essential for survival”.  It is fundamentally a strategy of long term durability to maintaining the survival process by relying on the basic necessities.  This scenario screams for drastic cultural change in our behavior and consumption and the quest for renewable matters and sources of energies.

Well, we cannot expect the western civilization to make a dent in the fourth scenario; not because they lack moral character but because of the daily pressures to fit in a well established consumerism society.  This is basically the lesson of history that the vast majority has to sacrifice so that the very few could enjoy life to blotting!

In the meantime, there are these rarest of events or natural cataclysms that re-establish equilibrium to Earth survival and rejuvenation.  This time around it is man that would have been the catalyst. Human spices might or might not survive.  One thing is certain; if human kind survives the same cycle of development will recur, unless the fourth scenario culture has been inculcated deep in our psychic or animal instincts.

Have I increased your doze of pessimism? Anyway, we are all living a worried life to the benefit of the entertainment industries.  No wonder that terrorist activities are increasing; that mass destruction philosophies are common policies; that vast “collateral damages” are acceptable; that extreme, salafist behavior are widespread among all religions and sects; that mysticism is gaining wide disciples, and that patience for rational discussion is dwindling!  I would not kill your grain of hope.  Hang on buddy.

After Iraq: Any good news in and out? (December 7, 2008)


Let me offer new facts and then older facts that were not disseminated; then I will ask the question “Why the Bush Administration needed a major war?” then the follow up question “Why Iraq specifically?” then the resolution question “What where the results of this pre-emptive war and what after Iraq?”.

Since the Wall Street crash the USA has lost over 550,000 jobs and as many in the developed States and there is no end to that trend.  In 1989, the world experienced a nasty financial crash that destabilized the Asian markets and then Latin America and its ripple effect hit the US as Bush was being inaugurated.  Thus, before the Twin Tower disaster the US was financially unstable and the joblessness rate was very high and increasing.  After the 9/11 attack the stock market in the US hit its lowest and the rate of decrease was about 36%, almost as bad as today.  The major difference was that the financial disaster then was not publicized and the whole affair turned to the necessity of preventing further terrorist activities and defending the “Nation”.

The US needed badly a major war; first, to absorb the unemployed, especially the Latinos, and second, to divert attention from acute economical and financial problems that the Republicans were not equipped to handle under their free, non controlled capitalist policies.

Why Iraq then?  Afghanistan was a non entity and very poor to launch a major war and invest so much on it.  Iraq had no Qaida elements within its territory, simply because Dictator Saddam Hussein was a Sunni leader and would not permit other Sunni organizations to eat from his own dish.  Iraq had no nuclear weapons; the Nuclear Control Agency said so; the European leaders said so; the UN said so and refused to support this foolish pre-emptive war.  The Bush Administration went solo against the World community. Why?

  Iraq was a State with the highest reserve in oil and second to Saudi Arabia in potentials for production. Iraq was strategically located amidst the oil producing countries in the Middle East.  Saudi Arabia is a staunch ally to the US.  Iran is too big to swallow.  Iraq was about right since it had been seriously weakened after 10 years of economical embargo by the Bush Father and Clinton. (Over 2 million babies died in Iraq in that period of embargo for lack of powder milk and basic medicines).  The neighboring Arab States were easy prey for frequent financial blackmail to invest in Treasury bonds and other financial gifts such as purchasing redundant military hardware at the highest prices. For the long term, the US planned to blackmail powerful China, avid of oil, by controlling directly the distribution and production of oil.

When the US forces entered Baghdad, Bush Junior declared “Victory”.  Two years later Bush Junior revised his declaration “Victory was way premature”.  Recently, Bush Junior was begging the Iraqis to accept the “Security Agreement” to save face for the retreat of his troops.  What would you expect from an Iraqi government, appointed by the US forces, but to obey its Masters?

What were the results of this long pre-emptive war?

First, over one thousand Iraqi scientists in all fields have been systematically assassinated by the CIA and the Israeli Mossad.  The names and professions of these scientists and professors are published on the internet. Israel was greatly relieved: The huge brain potential of the Iraqi people was a nightmare for tiny Israel; and backed by huge oil reserves and fertile lands and prosperous industries.  It is said that the Egyptians write books, the Lebanese publish and the Iraqi read the books.  For over ten years now the “Arabs” have not been reading their published books!


Second, a catastrophic ecological situation has befallen Iraq: the oil that could not be processed or distributed was re-directed to be dumped in valleys; vast areas are lost for ever and ever to any reclamation.


Third, over one million Iraqi civilians died and three fold that number crippled.

Fourth, oil production never reached the level of ten years ago.


Fifth, the US has stolen, highway robbery, the oil produced in Iraq with nothing to show for it but destruction, miseries, and sectarian warfare.  Security in Iraq is the last thing in the mind of the Bush Junior Administration; the Iraqis can go to hell and why? Why?


Sixth, China re-directed its investment for oil fields toward Africa and the US is totally impotent.


Seventh, China has struck deals with Russia and India and the oil pipelines are almost finished and freed from maritime transport and US blackmailing tactics.


Eight, the hatred and animosities against the US policies in the Arab and Moslem people has reached the zenith and no public image gimmicks would do.


Nine, Russia has checked the US-NATO expansion toward its borders.

Tenth, the US is totally bankrupt and humiliated economically, financially, and militarily.  Shall I go on?


The cycle is back from where we started.  The financial conditions are worse than in 2001 and unemployment rate even worst.  What then?  Which country is now ripe for another pre-emptive war in order to suck in the jobless population and blackmail the Arab State for financial secure?   Saudi Arabia is ideal: nobody like this savage, ignorant, narrow minded Wahabi sect of this theocratic monarchic family.  The world can do without this hotbed of terrorist, salafist, wahabit sect which is the source of the Al Qaida and its numerous branches; except the USA obviously.


Don’t you hate this hypocrite of a monster claiming that he was against war but the CIA lied to him?


The case is to be handled by the International Tribunal of war crimes and perpetrators of genocides on a wide scale.  If the International community fails its duty towards this massacre of the decade and persists in acting biased toward the developed nations then the underground organizations will take over in the name of justice and for a long, long time.

Yesterday, when we were born Earth didn’t lack anything; when we died Earth didn’t lack anything.

Today, when we are born Earth did not to lack anything; when we die Earth lacks a little of everything.

Tomorrow, when we are born Earth would lack a little of everything; when we die Earth would die with us!




March 2023

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