The Life Law: You Can’t Progress If You Wish Someone’s Downfall

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There are storms in every relationship but prepared to forgive and accept your mistake to build a strong foundation

Like the five fingers which aren’t equal so is life, don’t expect it to be smooth; without problems all your life. Frankly speaking, life is very tough and those that understand the aspects of it are those that normally survive in this difficult world.

Life sometimes becomes more difficult if those that you trust and love turn against you. The more disturbing part is when trying hard to succeed in life but others pray for your failure and often set invincible traps for you to fall into it.

How do you handle this situation if you find yourself trapped in families or friends of deceitful enemies? Your own brother or brothers are against you or your own sisters wouldn’t like to see you over issues that aren’t important.

Jealousy drives people to commit horrible crimes they don’t realize how serious it is until finding themselves at the place they don’t belong to. If you don’t love your partner any longer and he/she leaves don’t be jealous if he/she finds happiness somewhere.

Before you pray for his/her failure, remember that  you don’t love her anymore the reason she left, so don’t be jealous and plan her downfall. Your jealousy will draw you behind and place you in psychological turmoil.

We are all human beings and no one is perfect. Always try to remember the good things family, friends, colleagues and people you don’t know did for you. It is better than dwelling on the mistakes they did. That will make you unhappy and unhealthy.

Hate, jealousy, hypocrisy and anger destroy your health and promote your health towards psychological torture. Always be ready to apologize if you are wrong and put away pride because it will never make you humble but arrogant.

The Plight Of Albinos In Africa

AlbinoDr. Scott H. Kozin examines 13-year-old Emmanuel Rutema, of Tanzania. Photo credit:MATT ROURKE/AP

Africa is a place often referred to as the Dark Continent, in terms of colour but there is something more associated to the term dark, controlling the minds of people to indulge in satanic rituals and demonic activities. Woe unto you if you are born albino.

Albinism is a genetically inherited condition characterized by a deficit in melanin production that leaves people in that condition with pale skin, usually light, sometimes reddish eyes and blond hair.

The belief that the body parts of an albino could bring wealth and luck has caused fear in the African communities for albinos, as they are increasingly being targeted by witch-doctors because superstitions feed myths that they are ghosts, sorcerers or demons who have been cursed, thus; when body parts are used for rituals you become extremely rich.

Recently five albino children whose arms and legs were chopped off for rituals were flown to a children’s hospital in Philadelphia to be treated for the horrific injuries they received and also had new prosthetics limbs. The albinos are often ambushed in the night at rural areas and many times have no power to defend themselves.

Some years back in Africa, people with hump were brutally killed and the hump removed from the victim’s back for ritual purposes. Today, innocent albinos are suffering a similar fate.

In recent developments to save albinos from persecution, the Tanzania government has banned witch doctors due to prevent the use of their body parts for magic potions and lotions.

It’s unfortunate that people in such condition suffer such discrimination and even death. Man needs to work hard for his daily bread but not to kill to get rich quick.

Evil Is Powerless If The Good Are Unafraid

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Have you ever wondered why people who are kind and do good never fear any evil? Because when you have a genuine heart and free mind, you will walk in the shadows of death but you will fear no evil.

Politicians and many heads of churches continue to deceive people that money is what everyone needs to be happy, instead of peace and love. Thus; the love of money has brought untold violence and crime in our societies today, bringing fear and uncertainty among people.

Many enjoy committing crime because they think they have the power to do that, but in the long run, their lives end up in a way they aren’t expecting. The world is so cruel that one instantly becomes an enemy if they don’t join the evil things people do.

“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32. Sadly in today’s society, the truth will put you into the biggest problem to find yourself in a very tight corner you may find it hard to free yourself.

Even though money plays an important role in the society, happiness comes from the genuineness of the heart. Do away with that jealousy, hypocrisy, hatred and cultivate the attitude of love and concern towards people you hate.

Normally, people want to be peaceable, honest, and kind. Why, then, do we often see violence, injustice, and cruelty? Horrific news reports are common. Everyone blames Satan for the destruction of the world. The question is: Who is the Satan? They are people among us.

The requirements for a happy life are few and simple, peace and security, loving friends and family. Good health, adequate food, clothing, and shelter. Above all the purpose in life and hope for the future.

Aggressive New HIV Strain In West Africa?: Discussion Of Journalistic And Scientific Lunatics

DEVHIV/AIDS meant for Africa but now a global issue.

BY MICROSURGEON JOHAN VAN DONGEN

“An aggressive new HIV strain in West Africa develops into Aids more Rapidly: What is a ‘Recombinant’ Virus?” This is the title of a feature article published on Nov 29, 2013, by Susan Scutti.

According to her investigations, the new strain is known as a recombinant form of the virus; geographic regions are often dominated by only one or two epidemic strains of HIV, and sometimes a person may become infected with two different strains, usually because they have traveled to or met someone from another region. In such cases, two strains of the virus may meld and form a “recombinant.”

The recombinant discovered by the Swedish researchers, during long-term follow-up of HIV-infected individuals in Guinea-Bissau, is called A3/02 and is a cross between the most common strains, 02AG and A3, found in that region of West Africa. So far, the new strain has only been identified in West Africa.

The above-mentioned article was followed few days later by Angelica Palm. She wrote, “Recombinants seem to be more vigorous and more aggressive than the strains from which they developed.” Angelica Palm, a doctoral student at Lund University, Sweden, explained in a press release, “In this case, the rate of progression, developing from infection to Aids, is up to two-and-a-half years faster than either of the parent strains.”

Almost two years later an article was published by Lizzy Parry for ‘Mailonline’, on the 16th of February 2015 to be precise, called; “New aggressive strain of HIV can progress to Aids in just three years, scientists warn”. Lizzy Parry pointed out in her article as follows:

New strain of HIV found spreading in Cuba is known as CRF19
Causes patients to progress to full-blown AIDS within three years
The average HIV patient progresses to AIDS in around 10 years
Many patients with new strain found to have AIDS at point of diagnosis

An article which drew my attention making the circle round was published by the Laboratory for Clinical and Epidemiological Virology, at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. The title? “A much more aggressive than others” strain of HIV has been discovered by an international team of researchers in patients in Cuba. It can progress to AIDS in just three years, sometimes even before patients realize they were infected.

The new strain was found by researchers at KU. Obviously, all those publications must be a discussion of journalistic and scientific lunatics because all the information is published in my book; “Aids de grootste misdaad in de medische geschiedenis” -Aids The Greatest Crime in Medical History in 2002, through Elmar Publishers and all data written about dates back to the “Great World Wars”.

So, why is it that journalists and scientists don’t publish all those scientific references I described? Especially those scientists from the Laboratory for Clinical and Epidemiological Virology at the Catholic University of Leuven; should have been aware of the data. Not only those data but also about the medical crimes Belgium committed in Africa by allowing criminal scientists like Hillary Koprowski to vaccinate hundreds of thousands of innocent African natives with contaminated vaccines.

Therefore, to make the record straight, my dearest Susan Scutti, Angelica Palm and Lizzy Parry, I would like to answer your articles in the following tone:

LABORATORY AIDS

The biologist Jacob Segal born in Russia, a professor at Humboldt University in the former GDR, holds a very special opinion about the origin of AIDS after. The scientist is convinced that AIDS was created in the laboratory. In a 1986 the pamphlet he wrote reveals; “AIDS: USA Home-Made Evil”, he claimed that HIV was created by two existing viruses to tie up.

That would have happened in the laboratory at Fort Detrick in Maryland, headquarters of the US program for chemical and biological warfare where the virus could be tested in the late seventies on prisoners who had been made available in exchange for an early release. Because it didn’t develop any symptoms within six months, the trials were deemed to have failed and the prisoners were released. According to Segal, few of those released who were homosexual caused the first AIDS infections in the United States.

This historical theory as the course of the disease, is unlikely, although this does not mean that scientists would be unable at the moment to create artificial HIV. Nathan Landau of the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center at the University of New York, for instance, found out that a defect in genes, some people are protected against HIV infection and this protective gene, known as CCR5 gene, is curiously only in whites.

After the First World War, it was officially confirmed by Germany that more than 27,000 horses, between June 1917 and August 1918 have ” ansteckende blutarmut” (Infectious anemia)  a disease that infected more than five thousand animals. According to the Germans, it was accidental infections, but that’s not true because it is known that for the production of biological weapons, as well as for the production of serums and vaccines. Plant for vaccine and serum production herein are specialized and can be used to exterminate a great number of animals.

After World War I, the interest of Germany in ansteckende blutarmut diminished a little but not for long. Because Lührs, a veterinarian at a military academy in veterinary medicine in Berlin, concluded in 1919 after his study with the horse Aids-causing virus, that cause sickness in horses, pigs and dogs could also affect people.

Therefore, they have to provide cooked meat, fried or steamed. A year after that opinion he published an article with the catchy title; “Ist das Wechselfieber Pferde auf der Menschen übertragbar?” ( Horses intermittent fevers, transferable on the people?) In the article, he described the horse AIDS virus can be transmitted to humans. He suggested that this is possible by injections of serum obtained from infected horse blood.

Lührs was taken very seriously because in 1922 the German government officially made known that people must bake, steam or cook their meat very well to avoid AIDS infection. German manufacturers of vaccines were required in order to heat their preparations extracted from horse blood for half an hour up to just below a temperature of 59 Celsius.

In the postwar years, there were virtually no new cases in Germany that registration of “Ansteckende Blutarmut” disease came to an end. The disease affects more or less forgotten. Only examining of a retrovirus by Luc Montagnier, the French researcher in 1983 of an AIDS-deceased young gay French clothing designer, published about the medical doctorate moment.

The malicious virus Montagnier noticed by the electron microscope was exactly the same retrovirus many years earlier affected horses in Germany. That “ansteckende blutarmut” was exactly the same as the virus found to be responsible for AIDS in humans.

Partly due to the finding of Montagnier, the debate about the origins of AIDS between the United States and France became known. Even former President Ronald Reagan and his French counterpart Jacques Chirac were involved in the a quarrel.

Suddenly, out of nowhere, East German couple Jacob and Lily Segal, published an article revealing that AIDS was the result of genetic manipulation. According to them, it was investigated in a secret military laboratory at Fort Detrick in the United States.

The Segals’, made it known were the development of biological weapons. It is reported that an experiment was conducted to develop a new AIDS-causing virus but now coupled with the aid of a sheep AIDS virus to the human AIDS virus. This newly constructed war bio-weapon potentially appears namely in a position to be lethal to be able to have increased in human white blood cells.

Genetically engineered viruses were tested on homosexual prisoners. Shortly after their release, they had the disease. That is first contamination of homosexuals in San Francisco and Los Angeles. According to the Segals’ AIDS was man-made disease provided specially for black people, unfortunately, or fortunately it has become a global problem through unprotected sex.

The pseudo-discoverers of the AIDS virus begin reluctantly admitting that AIDS does not come from the rain forest, but just from a laboratory tube. As Luc Montagnier wrote a publication of what he had discovered, while Robert Gallo was put under pressure, during the presentation of the Paul-Ehrlich Price in 1999. Because one of his horse AIDS’ patients admitted that it was a special ‘US Virus Program “participated under the code name” Project Office.”

Knowing all the afore-explained events do I need to explain which scientists of the Laboratory for Clinical and Epidemiological Virology, at the Catholic University of in Leuven, Belgium discovered this new aggressive strain? Of course not, for they are to amateur for not reading the proper scientific literature!

Again people should know that Aids and Ebola were medical crimes to bring those responsible for those medical crimes to face justice. It shouldn’t be an issue of unconcern because it happened to Africans. Since no one knows about the future, no one knows what comes tomorrow. We live in a dangerous world because some scientists, pharmaceutical companies,and politicians love money more than the life of a human being.

You’ve Got The Power To Liberate Yourself From Depression

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Suicide is not a solution to free yourself from the world’s problems

Everyone has wonderful hopes, dreams, and expectations of their future, but many times what we are looking for never come our way. Some of us have been robbed of our joy through the loss of a loved one and many feel lonely and hopeless when they find themselves in abusive homes and domestic violence.

In such a troubled world, it’s very easy to see the ailments of the society taking its toll on people. The high rate of unemployment and divorce, are also some of the causes leading to depression. It’s not surprised that psychologists have confirmed that the ailments of people can be traced from the homes and environment they were raised.

We understand that as human beings, we are bound to face difficulties in our lives, the important question is: How do we handle those problems we experience? According to World Federation for Mental Health, depression is a significant contributor to the global burden of disease and affects people in all communities across the world.

Today, depression is estimated to affect 350 million people. The World Mental Health Survey conducted in 17 countries found that on average about 1 in 20 people reported having an episode of depression. But do you know that you have the power to overcome loneliness and depression?

Why some people easily succumbed to depression and others able to resist? The happy people we often meet on the street are not super humans. They are only happy because experience in life has taught them that happiness is yourself. Someone can make you unhappy, prevent your success, or do everything to hurt you, but so long as you are a living being, you have the power, desire, inspiration or everything it takes to liberate yourself from that misery, loneliness or depression.

Fear, anxiety, depression and loneliness can easily be prevented than you know. Instead of living on drugs and alcohol, which rather increase your psychological problems, there are some recommended steps which can keep one far from loneliness and depression. Reading interesting books as a hobby can capture your imagination to avoid depression.

If you love to stay at home, please cultivate the habit of taking a walk through the gardens, doing window shopping, joining social clubs. Going to the gym to exercise once or twice a week doesn’t only keep you fit but also psychologically healthy. You may have a hidden talent but you don’t know. Find out what you are very good at, follow it and start blogging to create your happiness.

Another important factor is financial matters, which often wear people down psychologically. When facing financial problems, you need a healthy mind to find your way out not a depressed mind.  I can’t do it, I’m not sure I can succeed, there is nothing left for me in life, are all ‘symptoms’ of depression. Take away the shackle off your body and free mind from the psychological chain damaging your health.

SO LONG A LETTER

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Written by award-winning African novelist Mariama Ba and translated from the original French, So Long a Letter has been recognized as one of Africa’s 100 Best Books of the 20th Century. The brief narrative, written as an extended letter, is a sequence of reminiscences—some wistful, some bitter—recounted by recently widowed Senegalese schoolteacher Ramatoulaye Fall. Addressed to a lifelong friend, Aissatou, it is a record of Ramatoulaye’s emotional struggle for survival after her husband betrayed their marriage by taking a second wife.

This semi-autobiographical account is a perceptive testimony to the plight of educated and articulate Muslim women. Angered by the traditions that allow polygyny, they inhabit a social milieu dominated by attitudes and values that deny them status equal to men. Ramatoulaye hopes for a world where the best of old customs and new freedom can be combined.

Considered a classic of contemporary African women’s literature, So Long a Letter is a must-read for anyone interested in African literature and the passage from colonialism to modernism in a Muslim country.

Winner of the prestigious Noma Award for Publishing in Africa.

The Author

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Mariama Bâ (April 17, 1929–August 17, 1981) was a Senegalese author and feminist, who wrote in French. Born in Dakar, she was raised a Muslim, but at an early age came to criticise what she perceived as inequalities between the sexes resulting from African traditions. Raised by her traditional grandparents, she had to struggle even to gain an education, because they did not believe that girls should be taught. Bâ later married a Senegalese member of Parliament, Obèye Diop, but divorced him and was left to care for their nine children.

Her frustration with the fate of African women—as well as her ultimate acceptance of it—is expressed in her first novel, So Long a Letter. In it she depicts the sorrow and resignation of a woman who must share the mourning for her late husband with his second, younger wife. Abiola Irele called it “the most deeply felt presentation of the female condition in African fiction.” This short book was awarded the first Noma Prize for Publishing in Africa in 1980.

Bâ died a year later after a protracted illness, before her second novel, Scarlet Song, which describes the hardships a woman faces when her husband abandons her for a younger woman he knew at youth, was published.

The historian Nzegwu has contended that Bâ’s life was rich in events. Bâ was born in Dakar, Senegal, in 1929, into an educated and well-to-do Senegalese family where she grew up. Her father was a career civil servant who became one of the first ministers of state. He was the Minister of Health in 1956 while her grand father was an interpreter in the French occupation regime.

After her mother’s death, Bâ was largely raised in the traditional manner by her maternal grandparents. She received her early education in French, while at the same time attending Koranic school.

Bâ was a prominent law student at school. During the colonial revolution period and later, girls faced numerous obstacles when they wanted to have a higher education. Bâ’s grandparents did not plan to educate her beyond primary school. However, her father’s insistence on giving her an opportunity to continue her studies eventually persuaded them.

In a teacher training college based in Rufisque (a suburb in Dakar), she won the first prize in the entrance examination and entered the École Normale. In this institution, she was prepared for later career as a school teacher. The school’s principal began to prepare her for the 1943 entrance examination to a teaching career after he noticed Bâ’s intellect and capacity. She taught from 1947 to 1959, before transferring to the Regional Inspectorate of teaching as an educational inspector.

Bâ was a novelist, teacher and feminist, active from 1979 to 1981 in Senegal, West Africa. Bâ’s source of determination and commitment to the feminist cause stemmed from her background, her parents’ life and her schooling. Indeed, her contribution is of absolute importance in modern African studies since she was among the first to illustrate the disadvantaged position of women in African society. Bâ’s work focused on the grandmother, the mother, the sister, the daughter, the cousin and the friend, how they all deserve the title “mother of Africa”, and how important they are for the society.

Mariama Bâ felt the failure of African liberation struggles and movements. Her earliest works were essays she wrote while at the École Normale. Some of her works have now been published. Her first work constitutes essentially a useful method of rejection of the “so-called French assimilationist policy”.

Bâ advocated urgent consideration and reinvigoration of African life.

This consideration and reinvigoration is essentially founded on the social construct of the relationship between man and woman. Indeed, there is an unequal and unbalanced power in the male/female relationship. According to her, these facts can help us become aware of Africa’s needs for societal change, a change more political than merely making speeches.

As a divorcee and “a modern Muslim woman” as she characterized herself, Bâ was active in women’s associations. She also ardently promoted education. She defended women’s rights, delivered speeches, and wrote articles in local newspapers. Thus, her contribution is significant because she explained and described the disadvantaged position of women in general and especially married women.

Bâ also had vision and determined commitment. She felt African people should reduce the deleterious impact of their culture. Women are plunged both psychologically and financially in a sensual indulgence and complete lack of regard for the consequences of men’s actions on families. They are completely blind. These facts led Bâ to believe in her mission to expose and critique the rationalisations employed to justify established power structures.

She thought that distortions of cultural thought and institutions are made to demonstrate masquerades as “tradition” and “culture”. Men and Women have been seduced into accepting the continuation of these “customs”. People should be “persuaded of the inevitable and necessary complementarity of man and woman”.

Bâ wrote many books openly sharing her thoughts and feelings, including: So Long a Letter (1981), Scarlet Songs (1986), and La fonction politique des littératures Africaines écrites (The Political Function of African Written Literatures) (1981).

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Poverty And Illiteracy Are Causes To Witch Accusation In Africa

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Emotional picture of the little neglected child accused of witchcraft taking some water from Anja

Africa literacy facts reveal more than 1 in 3 adults cannot read.  182 million adults are unable to read and write and 48 million youths (ages 15-24) are illiterate. 22% of primary aged children are not in school, adding up to about 30 million primary aged children out of school.

With such a high rate of illiteracy, coupled with poverty, Africa is much influenced by superstition. Till now many societies in Africa are often immersed in beliefs such as witchcraft, ghosts, spirits etc, putting the lives of many people, including children and old women in danger.

The story of this innocent starved, naked little boy, went viral when accused of being a witch in Nigeria and was shunned by the community as a result. His story has come to light after a picture of a Danish woman  Anja Ringgren Lovén feeding the little boy, now named Hope, went viral.

Anja is the founder of the African Children’s Aid Education and Development Foundation, which attempts to save ‘witch children’ and change attitudes of Nigerian communities towards this archaic and cruel practice.

                         When a child is accused of being a witch by any member of the village, with many times accusations coming from the child’s parents themselves, they are often tortured or killed.
Parents risk being killed if they let their child stay after an accusation. Anja’s foundation is working hard to help educate the local communities, many of which are poor and uneducated, which keeps this practice alive. When she posted this photo of Hope on her     Facebook, she accompanied it with a powerful message.
                       “Thousands of children are being accused of being witches and we’ve both seen torture of children, dead children and frightened children. This footage shows why I fight. Why I sold everything I own. Why I’m moving out in uncharted territory,” she said. “I have chosen to call the boy Hope for right now, we all hope that he survives.”
                        Today he is doing well, with daily blood transfusions and a loving group of volunteers taking care of him.
                          Last year, seven people in the East African country of Tanzania were killed following accusations of witchcraft. They were attacked and burnt to death by a mob of villagers who accused them of engaging in witchcraft.
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Hope, the new name of the child saved by Anja recovering.