Democracy 3By Joel Savage and Johan Van Dongen

Any developed country that has the power to dominate and capable of influencing international events on less powerful nations is a Super-Power Country. That’s what America stands for, with leaders democratically elected by the people.

Unfortunately, because of abuse of power, grave crime committed against humanity and bad policies, American leaders have generated scores of hatred towards American citizens, even though they didn’t play any role in the crimes they committed against countries in Africa and Latin-America.

Below is a glance of crime committed against humanity under the umbrella of America, a so-called super-power, and democratic country.

  1. Slaves from Africa to America as African-Americans

CottonAmerican slave masters exploited both adults and children to work hours in cotton fields.

2. Medical Apartheid

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From the era of slavery to the present day, African-Americans were abused and used for drug tests at the hands of the medical establishments in America.

3. The sad story of Henrietta Lacks

lacks 3Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. She was a poor black tobacco farmer whose cells—taken without her knowledge in 1951—became one of the most important tools in medicine, vital for developing the polio vaccine, cloning, gene mapping, and more.

4. Apartheid in South Africa: Nelson Mandela

Nelson 4Under the system of Apartheid, in an effort to free his country, America and Britain put Nelson Mandela behind bars for 27 suffering years. 

3. Human Zoo

Zoo 2A small black girl being fed with banana in a zoo. This photograph is from Brussels.

4. Medical crimes against Africa and Latin-America.


Aids, Ebola, Lassa Fever and Zika Viruses, were man-made diseases created by America as bio-weapons. To see how effective, America used them on Africans and Latin-Americans. 

5. Dr. Jeff Bradstreet: The killing of doctors who oppose medicines not good for human consumption.


The American government depends heavily on revenue generated from pharmaceutical companies, leading to the creation of many man-made diseases, including Aids, Ebola, Lassa Fever, Zika virus etc. The reason cancer is on the rise in the country. Anti-vaccine Dr. Jeff Bradstreet was therefore killed for opposing the vaccine against autism and the bias government media reported as an apparent suicide, making America one of the most dangerous countries in the world, followed by Mexico and Columbia.

Opinion and conclusion

The call for every black man, including African-Americans and Africans in the Diaspora to pray without ceasing is necessary because the use of black people for experiments and drug tests aren’t over yet.

In fact, revealing of Aids, Ebola, Zika etc, as man-made diseases and the exposing of the American government using Black people for drug tests, wouldn’t let them give up or reduce the crime. They will definitely increase it because medical crimes sustain the American economy.

The medicines they send to Africa for Aids victims don’t work, it rather kills them fast, yet there are many HIV/AIDS patients in America that got the disease in the 80’s who are still living. This is a warning to Africans or the Black man that: He is the less recognized person among the human race, thus; he should be extremely careful where ever he steps on the surface of this earth.

Jesus Christ The Superstar: Questions To Ask If I Meet Him

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One of the greatest Biblical men ever to step on this planet 2000 years ago was Jesus Christ. From the town of Nazareth in what is now called Israel, Jesus traveled about the region and gained a large followers.

His powers and claims to be the son of God didn’t only give him love, but hatred from an empire of deceitful enemies. After a few years, the religious leaders in Jerusalem falsely accused him of crimes and handed him over to the Roman authorities and he was executed.

His execution didn’t bring to the end of his doctrine. A short time later, his followers preached in the name of Jesus Christ, whom they said rose from the dead. More and more followers were added to this movement which has become the Christian church of today.

Jesus healed the sick, lame, the blind and cast away demons tormenting mankind. He thought about how to love, to give and to forgive, but like many of his followers, I don’t understand some of his teachings.

Jesus said “Bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you. Whoever hits you on the cheek, offer him the other also; and whoever takes away your coat, do not withhold your shirt from him either.” Luke 6: 28-29.

I understand Jesus wants peace and love among people. It’s, therefore, necessary to pray for our enemies and those that mistreat us. But how can the great teacher tell us to do these things when people continue to abuse and mistreat other people, taking their humbleness and submissiveness as weaknesses to dominate mankind?

Above all, the great teacher said: “Whoever hits you on the cheek, offer him the other also.” What about if I collapse and never regain consciousness after giving him the other cheek? I love Jesus with all my heart. He knows it, but I am not going to give the other cheek to anyone who slaps me. I need to slap back in return before he kills me.

Christians all over the world believe in the second coming of Christ. Nobody knows when he is coming. He said, “For you, yourselves know full well that the day of the Lord will come just like a thief in the night.” Whether dead or alive when he comes, I believe I will meet him to explain these teachings I find them hard to follow or obey.

What’s Dominating Us In This Generation

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Original article posted by daniabbott11: (November 1, 2015)

In our time today, a lot of useful things had evolved. Communication, hobbies, studying, and a lot more can all be done easily. Everything is modern in this generation. People are becoming great in their field of work and interests. Great musicians are everywhere, great writers, great poets, great thinkers, great scientists, great athletes, great entertainers, great technologists and a lot more great people. But how are we doing with being a plain person? Are we also doing a great job?

We are living today in a world where beauty and fame is the main measurement of being a person. Notice how all we see today in the television and in the magazines are just pretty faces. Of course, one component of being a celebrity is having a pretty face, but do we take notice of those people who are not that pretty but offer a lot of talent, do we give them an opportunity to make themselves shine? What about those people who are great thinkers but are too shy to make themselves notice?

Do we take notice of them and do we help them express themselves? And notice how cheaters, thieves and liars are dominating us. In school, cheaters are given high marks while those who studied and didn’t cheat sink at the bottom of the class. Look at the cheaters graduating and becoming thieves, liars and forever cheaters. Take notice of the people working hard but still whatever they do seems like it’s never enough. Why? It’s because we take them for granted.

When someone famous gives a shallow and stupid statement it goes trending worldwide and when someone talks about something sensible and intelligent we judge them for being too boring or worse we won’t even care. This only proves that we are letting fame, beauty and lies dominate us. Great ideas are dominated by shallow thinking. Great work is dominated by lies and fame. “Who cares who did this and that? Who cares who said this and that?

They’re not famous anyway.” Why don’t we make them famous instead of those we keep on worshipping when they don’t even contribute to the betterment of this world? I’m not saying that it’s wrong to entertain ourselves once in a while, it’s not wrong to love some artists, it’s not wrong to love what we’re seeing but what is wrong is letting those things we love dominate our society. It is wrong to let those we see, watch, hear and idolize takeover of what we’re supposed to be thinking and doing.

That’s the main reason why we’re getting worse. People are hating each other because they don’t like the same artists, smart people are being stupid because stupid people are becoming more stupid, people are willing to kill just for power and fame, it won’t be long when we’re all acting and living like cavemen. Sensible people are losing hope in living, can we blame them? Can we judge them for being weak?

No, we can’t because the forces of those people who are blinding themselves with greed and nonsense are becoming too strong. Smart people opt to stay quiet instead of being judge. No, they are not weak, some of them are not shy, they just don’t want to stoop down the level of mediocrity and shallowness in thinking of those people surrounding them.

Kicking Away Fear: The Enemy That Prevents Our Success

How to overcome fear

Fear, one of the most basic human unpleasant emotions in the nervous system

The young lady has successfully completed her education, passing out with bright colors as a medical nurse. But due to lack of confidence, she is scared to solicit for a job. Her mind tells her she isn’t attractive enough and therefore going to fail her interview. The aspiring writer has written the best book, which could be the next number one best seller to change the world, but fear has already crippled him because he thought the book may not sell.

Fear, one of the most basic human unpleasant emotions in the nervous system, has attributed to the failure in the lives of thousands of people. When one is gripped with fear, it prevents quick thinking, solutions to problems and one becomes confused and nervous. Many encounters fear in many ways, when ready to take exams, during speech and when to arrest certain situations. In the first place, what causes fear within human beings?

Many times, I like to share my experience when writing articles. I discovered during my youth that I had no fear in me, however; many attempts in things which I wasn’t perfect nearly cost my life. For example, I shouldn’t have gone deep into the sea when I am aware that I can’t swim. Yes till now, I don’t know how to swim. I was carried away by the sea, and those trying to save me gave up because I disappeared when I was pulled into a swirling deep hole under the sea. Then a mighty wave swept me ashore. In a state of shock, I took my clothes and walked nakedly home.

‘Fear’ is an enemy, yet people shouldn’t put away fear to do what they aren’t perfect or do something wrong. For example, smuggling drug to a country, hoping you may not be caught. That is not the right way to overcome fear or to see if you are brave. You may end up in jail. However; there are ways one can adapt to overcome fear. Once as illegal immigrant in Europe, few minutes before noon, without breakfast and not knowing where my next meal is coming from, I took to the streets on foot towards a friend’s house, hoping I might find something to eat.


Fear kills many people hundred of thousand times before their real death.

Over an hour walk and still far from where I was going, I experienced the symptoms of system failure. I felt dizzy and knew would soon collapse. I had no choice than to enter a bus without a ticket. Before the bus reached my destination, controllers caught me without a ticket. This is a very big offence everywhere in Europe, taken thousands of illegal immigrants back to their country of origin. I didn’t  panic or afraid, that gave me enough time to think of what to say.

“I am happy you going to call the police to arrest me,” I said when I noticed they were going near their vehicle to use the equipment to call the police. “Why are you happy we calling the police?”  One of the controllers asked.“Because I haven’t eaten since morning, definitely I will get something to eat at the police station.” I replied. They were stupefied and after looking at each other’s face, they asked me to go home.

According to doctors, fear is normal, because we are human beings. Unfortunately, fear, the feeling of agitation and anxiety that runs through the minds of human beings, preventing them from doing many things, is exactly what people in higher positions, stand on to harm, bully, manhandle and show injustice to the underprivileged in the society. People use their positions to manipulate, cheat, and dominate other people, because they know the person is scared and powerless to defend himself.

How can someone overcome fear? There are hundreds of books at Amazon on how to overcome fear, but one of the great books which I  read,  and changed my whole life consciously and positively  was ‘The power of positive thinking’ by Norman Vincent Peale. It’s a very good book.