Certain Mails Can Give You Tears Of Joy

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I’m sure every writer, once or many times in his or her life time may receive a mail from someone interested in his work or articles. I have received hundreds of mails of admiration over my writings. One of the mails I received recently touched me after reading. I decided to publish it…

As writer, there are certain things you need to keep in mind. You can’t please everyone. Many will like you and others will hate you, but don’t let those little impediments distract your attention or hurt your feelings.

Many writers or bloggers avoid getting into conflict with readers or try to write articles not to offend others, but at times your article will spark controversy, arguments and hatred, when you aren’t expecting it.

I had a big problem on LinkedIn’s platform when I wrote an article entitled ‘Why many Africans are allergic to reading? The aim of the article is to encourage reading, but it turned out to be an article which nearly caused my crucifixion or lynching by some Africans that find the article unsavory.

When you find yourself in such a situation, don’t lose your temper, remain calm and try to explain the significance of the article. You may receive negative comments, yet still be positive. You may lose some followers, but don’t let that bother you, because those that aren’t ready to learn, aren’t also ready to accept any explanation.

This one of my favorite mails last week.

Hi Joel

Just extending my appreciation of your work.  I have read some articles of yours and your interview with Magda Cristina Butucea.  It was poignant!  To know that we still have those who believe in the truth among the profession is consolatory.  I am what you will call a misdirected man (turning 50 soon).

I spent time chasing something I never believed in but thought it was the means to an end – the empowerment of Africans in Europe.  It was a delusion and spent time in prison through malicious prosecutions.  Like you, I loved writing since I was in my primary school years.  I helped write letters for those who could not read to their families who where faraway from their places of work.

I neglected this part of me.  I have decided to spend time doing it now and set up a publishing company with a focus on selling African literature and the creation of educational projects in the form of publications to help spread the truth about our history.  Once again, I am inspired and honoured to read about you.

Best Regards Chez Winakabs

NB. I give thanks to Chez Winakabs. I wish this article will encourage other bloggers or writers experiencing many obstacles to continue writing without ceasing. 

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African Children Exposed to Violence, Brutality and Victimization

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What a shame? A defenseless African child being beaten by ‘law enforcement’ agents

There are problems brewing in Africa against children, that need attention. Africa is not only known for its rich mineral resources but one of the brutal continents in the world. Lack of education and corruption have weakened the continent’s economic infrastructure without remedy. The result is often ethnic conflicts, political unrest, crime, and brutality against children.

If children are not forced into child labour and soldier, they become victims of political unrest and abuse.  It is estimated that tens of millions of children worldwide are street children, according to UNICEF. For example, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, over 100,000 homeless children can be found living on the streets.

Neglected, unwanted, abused and many as orphans, children get entangled in African conflicts they didn’t call for. They are beaten mercilessly by adults, while the so-called head of states, sit without any efforts to save or help the children, all because Africa’s politics is not for the people but for greed and corruption.

It’s normal for every country to have a leader, that’s the reason we have world leaders, but if one sees the problems children pass through in certain countries, including African countries, you may wonder if that country has a leader. Without proper care, many street children turn to glue sniffing, affecting their health badly, while many become juvenile criminals.

Years after independence, despite all the abundant resources, many African countries still wallow in poverty, feeding on a bread of sorrow. State funds are secretly deposited at Swiss banks, while the common Africans, including children, continue to suffer, due to poor educational and health facilities.

Deng Xiaoping

Deng Xiaoping, ex-Chinese leader, once said “We should give Africa technological know-how, so that African governments can transform their resources on the spot and create jobs and markets for their people locally, regionally, at the continental level and internationally.

Africa must cease to be forever the provider of raw materials to other people. Africans must never sell their land. They should say no to land grabbing by big agro-business multinational companies that displace African natives.”

These great statement towards Africa’s development was made years back, when China was crawling like a baby learning how to walk. Today China is rubbing shoulders with great countries including America and Japan, leaving Africa far behind.

If Africa can’t do it today, they can never do it tomorrow, because, for ages, we are like fools, living in abundant of water, yet we are still thirsty.

Be Strong Professor Johan Van Dongen: A Scientist’s Ordeal After Revealing Aids And Ebola Are Medical Crimes

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“A lot has happened but I am safe for now, for no reasons I have been removed from LinkedIN social platform, losing almost all my contacts which I have build up in no time,” said Professor Johan Van Dongen, after I managed to get him in Holland.

This is the punishment meted out to the Dutch professor, Johan Van Dongen, formally at Microsurgical Educational Institute in Holland, for revealing to the world that the Ebola virus is human made and tested on black skinned people in Uganda and Zaire in Africa, in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.

It will be recalled that on October 10, 2014, Diplomatic Aspects Newspaper’s journalist, Joel Savage, published the theory about the origin of Ebola in Africa, by Professor Johan Van Dongen, which research dates back as far as 1972. The professor wouldn’t like to tell me those against him for speaking the truth, but we all know. Without his knowledge I decided to publish this article. This is the kind of world we live in, world that one instantly becomes an enemy for speaking the truth.

In that publication, the Dutch Micro-Surgeon, Johan Van Dongen challenged Belgium’s professor Van der Groen’s over his claims that Ebola was invented in the 1960’s in Fort Detrick. How did he know that? Dongen asked. Was it because he knew Marburg virus experiments have been carried out in the former Belgian Congo, now Zaire, in Africa?

“ Vaccines which have been made by American, English, German and French scientists within the Yellow Fever Research Institute in Uganda, funded by the English Government and the Rockefeller Foundation, where also the with Marburg virus contaminated green monkeys came from” He added.

“I can’t live with this crime for the rest of my life. I’ve lost my job, my house and they stopped selling my book four years ago. The only thing I have strongly behind me is my wife,” says Professor Dongen. One thing people who like to cover up scandals and truth have failed to realize is, “It’s not everyone who is ready to join them in living that life of dishonesty and lies. Whatever a man sows that’s what he shall reap. I consider Professor Johan Van Dongen a hero.

I don’t think those making his life miserable for speaking the truth are genuine people. They are people far from God and truth, the reason they promote evil in the society. Good people don’t punish people for speaking the truth. That’s the same experience I am facing ever since I came to Belgium fourteen years ago, because I don’t praise their chocolate and waffles, instead, I speak about the heinous crime committed in Africa; crimes which they have praised, applauded by building statues, naming streets after the criminal King Leopold II, and the cowardly acts of most of their journalists that twist facts and cover up the truth.

For the benefit of building a healthy nation and for the sake of our children in the future, every faithful person on earth, should stand firm and support Professor Johan Van Dongen. As for me, if I die today, I will be happy to go down happily in my grave, because I’ve made them uncomfortable, by changing the landscape of journalism in Europe. They have secretly banned all my books in Belgium, but they can’t touch my soul, because that belongs to God.

NB. BELOW IS THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE WHICH HAS BEEN TAKEN AWAY FROM THE WEB WITHOUT ANY TRACE; AFTER PUBLICATION AT DIPLOMATIC ASPECTS NEWSPAPER.

Professor Johan Van Dongen’s Authentic Theory On The Origin Of The Deadly Ebola Virus

“The virus is human made and tested on black skinned people in Uganda and Zaire in Africa, in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.”-Professor Johan Van Dongen.

Whenever there is epidemic or research on the origin of something, scientists come out with different theories that many aren’t accurate. We must ask ourselves, why is Darwin’s theory about human evolution now sits in a center of controversy? Today there are scientific facts proving Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is far from the truth.

Since the outbreak of the deadly Ebola this year in Liberia, Sierra Leone and the Republic of Guinea, in West Africa, various inconsistent theories over the origin of the deadly virus are appearing in the newspaper daily. Holland’s professor Johan Van Dongen of Microsurgical Educational Institute in Holland shares his theories about the origin of Aids and Ebola, which his initial research began in 1972.

“How did the Soviets manage to get the Marburg virus only a few months after the outbreak in Marburg during the Cold War and lying behind the Iron Curtain? And how could there be an Ebola outbreak in Belgrade, also lying behind the Iron Curtain, at the same time happening in Marburg? “Asked Johan Van Dongen, the former Dutch Bio-technician, Micro/surgeon and coordinator of the National and International Experimental Course in Microsurgery and the author of ‘Pleidooi voor de Aap’-The truth behind Aids and other virus infections.

According to him, there are other strange data about the investigation of Ebola as a biological weapon in the United States. Because the American biological warfare effort was terminated only 2 years after the first Marburg outbreak which means they stopped in 1969. Since the discovery of MARV on the 22th August 1967 the virus is first identified on 20th November of the same year, three months after the outbreak had begun.

The successful isolation of the virus were first reported to the scientific community at the Fourth Congreso Latinamericano de Microbiologia in Lima, Peru on the 26th of November 1967, six days after the identification, So if Ebola came from laboratories of the US Army then, what is the connection of the presence of US Army and World Health Organization WHO and the Centers for Disease Control CDC facilities in the Philippines?

How is it possible that people from the World Health Organization examined Ebola contaminated pigs and a worker in a pig farm in Bulacan, before the outbreak in Reston in 1976? It is only the WHO and some elements of the US Army in the Philippines that have the capability to transport, spread and identify the Marburg virus in the early sixties. So who carried out the transport throughout the United States in the sixties? Asked Dongen.

The Dutch Micro-Surgeon challenges the Belgium’s professor Van der Groen’s claims that Ebola was invented in the 1960’s in Fort Detrick. How did he know that? Dongen asks. Was it because he knew Marburg virus experiments have been carried out in the former Belgian Congo, now Zaire, in Africa? Vaccines which have been made by American, English, German and French scientists within the Yellow Fever Research Institute in Uganda, funded by the English Government and the Rockefeller Foundation, where also the with Marburg virus contaminated green monkeys came from?

How is it possible that, following after the Fourth Congreso Latinamericano de Microbiologia in Lima, Peru on the 26th of November 1967, an article in German language could be published in; Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift on 22 December 1967? And one of the least but not the least question is: If Ebola came from laboratories of the US Army then; what is the connection of the presence of the US Army, the World Health Organization WHO and the Centers for Disease Control CDC in Ebola facilities in the Philippines in the sixties and seventies?

Firstly, as the Marburg virus before the outbreak in 1967 has not existed then, how is it possible that worldwide everybody works with the Marburg virus without Leve1-4 laboratories, and secondly how could they act without legal permission or official guidelines as I stated: It is noteworthy to remember the signing of the Geneva accord by Nixon in 1970?

Conclusion:
According to all the aforementioned tracks, namely; involvement of national military, medical and pharmacological institutes, track of the green monkeys, the outbreak of MARV in 1967, its discovery, its detection and isolation as well as to publish about the virus at the Fourth Congreso Latinamericano de Microbiologia in Lima, Peru on the 26th of November 1967, only six days after the identification, then it is almost impossible that all those things happened within such a short notice of time.

In fact it is not possible and I think not even one single black skinned person in the most isolated part of Africa does believe that. Whatever the Marburg or Ebola virus may be it must be created long before its first outbreak in 1967. The virus is human made and tested on black skinned people in Uganda and Zaire in Africa in order to find vaccines against it for military defending purposes.

Biography

Professor Johan Van Dongen is a Dutch Micro-Surgeon at Micro-Surgical Educational Institute. From 1989 to 1997, he served at Maastrcht, Holland, writing and publishing of the “Manual of Microsurgery on the Laboratory Rat,” as a senior lecturer and co-organizer of the course of micro-surgery.

Besides this function he worked especially on the development of Alternatives in Animal Surgery in order to diminish the use of animals. Therefore he developed the “Anastomosis Simulator” and the “Artificial Rat” (Kunstrat) For these inventions in the field of Alternatives in Animal Experiments he received the “Price Alternatives for Animal Experiments” from the “Ministry of Health” of the Dutch Government at the Annual Congress of Animal Technicians

Under his administration at the Departments of General Surgery and Immunology, Johan Van Dongen at the Maastricht University As an all round experimental microsurgeon Johan van Dongen carried out thousands of heart-, kidney-, liver-, small bowell and Islets of Langerhans transplantation, as well as vessel-, nerves-, testes-, stomach- and spleen transplantation for immunological investigation of rejection. Furthermore he developed tissue suspensions and vaccines in order to manipulate the immunity of animals.

In 1977 He presented a new cardiac transplantation model, the so called “Extra Corporeal Cardiac Transplantation Technique”, in order to manipulate the graft extensively because of the subcutaneous position, at the Transplantation Society Meeting Helsinsinki Finland. At the same congress he also presented a new Cardiac Transplant Technique with Portal Venous Outlet and Local Per-fusion.

From October 1981 till May 1983 he organizes a National Courses in Microsurgery at the Department of Experimental Microsurgery at the Bio-medical Center Medical Faculty Maastricht the Netherlands. During the above mentioned period he also organizes Courses in Microsurgery at the Universities of: Stuttgart, Heidelberg and Mannheim Germany, University of Aarhus Denmark as well as the University of Mexico City Mexico.

Furthermore, Johan van Dongen gives technical assistance in the completion of sixty three Theses in the field of Immunology, Anatomy,Surgery,Biochemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Physiology and Animal Technology. Professor Johan Van Dongen is the author of “Aids de grootste misdaad in de medische geschiedenis”. (Aids the Greatest Crime in Medical History) “Pleidooi voor de aap”. (Pleaded for the Ape) and Manual of Microsurgery on the Laboratory Rat.

http://www.shout-africa.com/bottom-story/opinion-origins-of-aids-a-new-view-on-the-origin-of-the-world-wide-aids-problem

Photo: Johan Van Dongen, the Dutch Micro/surgeon and coordinator of the National and International Experimental Course in Microsurgery.

http://www.amazon.com/Greatest-Medical-History-Against-Mankind-ebook/dp/B016W89W1G

Culture: White People Learning What It Takes To Be An African

 

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Did curiosity really kill the cat? Why so many white people now interested in the diversity of culture, leading them to Africa, the continent the Western and American media never write anything good about, than Aids, Ebola, war, famine, and crime?

The media plays an important role in the society; unfortunately many don’t see it in that way, because of the type of news they disseminate to the public. I was quite impressed and amazed when I met a white man telling me about his visit to Sierra Leone and Ghana. The fact that he could even speak some of the languages inspired me to find out his reasons for leaving his continent of luxury, to a strange hard living continent like Africa.

“If a white man comes to live in Africa for six months or a year, the Western media hails him  brave and adventurous, with publication appearing in the newspapers, but the same places I visited are where Africans have lived from generation to generation but the media fails to praise them on the same issue,” said the white man. He is right. There is crime everywhere in the world, especially Italy, Britain, Columbia, Brazil, and America, but the media has made South Africa the most dangerous country on earth.

Every year thousands of Europeans travel to Africa, just because they want to know how Africans live, despite the lack of electricity in many villages, medical facilities, water shortage and poor sanitation. It is amazing to see many white people on African streets, with families interacting and learning many things including how to make African meals. Surprisingly some participate in cultural and festival activities dressed in African fashions, especially in Kente cloth.

Despite the lack of teachers and poor educational facilities, an African child can be able to tell one geographically, the capital city of every country in the world, yet ask a white child of the same age, the capital city of Ghana, Sierra Leone, South Africa or any African country. He will tell you “I don’t know,” with quick remarks “Africa is poor,” because that’s all that his geography teacher has taught him.

I am hundred percent sure that if African and European children meet in a quiz competition, the African children would win because they know much about Europe and America than what European and American children know about Africa. This is not an exaggeration but facts based on research I did. Imagine an African student of fourteen in a Belgium school, who doesn’t even know who Patrice Lumumba was, even though her parents come from Congo. This is a tragedy, not sadness. I didn’t blame her because teachers have failed to teach European students enough about Africa.

I wish exchange of program in education and on moral issues, would take some European children to Africa, to learn the reason why despite immense poverty in many parts of Africa, students don’t smoke, commit suicide, no teenage pregnancy, no shooting, stabbing and above all the reason why respect exists in African schools than any school in Europe and America.

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The Harm Is Already Done: The African Continent Is On The Verge Of Total Collapse Without Remedy

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By Joel Savage and Johan Van Dongen

“Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it.” The truth in this axiom can’t be ignored, since African politicians and leaders failed to protect Africans and Africa, after the horrifying events of colonialism and medical crimes in the continent of Africa. Africa is a continent citizens are used as Guinea pigs and rats to test all dangerous drugs manufactured in Europe and United States of America.

Whatever medical crimes during and after colonialism, that took place in Africa, is just the tip of the iceberg, the entire African continent is on the verge of total collapse, which will destroy its economy beyond remedy. Lack of education, expertise, and poverty are some of the causes which have rendered Africa, remote and helpless, to depend on the West and America for miraculous solutions, giving them the free license to continue harming Africa in a ‘friendly’ manner with impunity.

Despite all the raw materials Africa has, the economy, health system and educational institutions, still remain weak and fragile. Years after colonialism, Africa still depends heavily on former colonial masters. Many times I asked, the significance of independence in Africa, when leaders still bring their pans, begging for food and financial aid in advanced countries.

Since African leaders heavily depend on the West and the United States of America, whatever economic or financial crisis Europe and America faces, affects Africa. Aids is a disease killing thousands of Africans each day, yet there are HIV/Aids patients in Europe and America, who are still living after got the disease twenty years ago.

So what kind of medicines are Europeans and United States of America supply to Africa to deal with its HIV/Aids and Ebola patients? One thing African leaders need to realize now is, the more they depend on the West and America, the possibility to face more economic and medical crisis, because the use of Africans as rats to test drugs will continue unabated.

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In the past, America used homosexuals, mentally handicapped and homeless people to test their evil drugs. Ex-president Bill Clinton has apologized; promising history will not be repeated. That means Africa is the only continent easy to penetrate to commit their heinous medical crimes.

If Ebola is not a medical crime, why should Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia experienced it at the same time in West Africa? How long will African leaders sit aside and look while Africa becomes a dumping ground for all unwanted stuff from Europe and American and Africans used to test all dangerous drugs?

On many occasions African leaders participating in conferences and forums in Europe and America, will do everything to avoid being interviewed by an African journalist, because they are scared to face the reality, questions they aren’t prepared to answer, but ignorantly they don’t know that most of the questions from European or American journalists were taken from African journalists they collaborate with.

This is the time for African leaders to hold summit in the interest of the continent and find solutions for its porous and weak economy, because the world’s banking system is on the verge of collapsing. It’s always starts from Greece. Despite the European and U.S. governments’ efforts to bail out Greece and prop up the stock market, the global banking system came tumbling down like the Berlin wall in 1989. Now it’s clear history wants to repeat itself.

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The votes of African citizens bring politicians into power. They should therefore protect, improve the educational and health institutions for the benefit of the citizens, including children. If Africans, African-Americans or Africans in the Diaspora, continue to face abuse of human rights and injustices, then African leaders aren’t special. They are just a laughing stock in the eyes of European and American leaders.

http://www.amazon.com/AIDS-AND-EBOLA-Greatest-Medical-ebook/dp/B00QZCYMSS

Child Soldiers: Children Who Don’t Know What Classroom And Education Are

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Young boys are often lured by some African leaders to fight for ‘freedom’

Third World Countries are plagued by crisis. Among the most critical is poverty, which has taken hundreds of children out of the classroom. Children are the world’s greatest resource, future leaders, and assets to national development, thus; it is, therefore the right of every child to be educated; unfortunately, worldwide many children aren’t aware of what education is, instead serving as slaves under child labour and serving as child soldiers in fields and wars.

As a child growing up in Africa, I find myself in an environment witnessing how many parents struggle to educate their children. Every weekend, I go hawking as a trader with banana, eggs, and bread, just to make some extra money to help my parents to keep me in the classroom. In the early hours of the morning a friend of mine sells newspapers as a vendor, before coming to school at 8 A.M. Despite the global assistance and benefits from advanced countries, many children in poor countries have no access to education.

There are no words to describe the plight of children roaming the streets in Africa, Asia, and South America, due to poverty. In the rural areas, imagine a school without a roof, as children sit and learn under shady trees. Imagine a child who carries his table and chair to learn and after school carries them back home. The classrooms haven’t any tables and chairs thus; the parents struggling to educate their children must provide those tables and chairs, with difficulties sometimes of buying textbooks.

Poverty hasn’t only taken children out of school but has also brought misery, sickness and exposing them as prey to physical or sexual abuse, having a devastating impact on families and communities. Due to poverty parents engage children in child labor, in order to improve their chances of attaining basic necessities. Extreme poverty statistics in parts of Africa, Asia, and Latin America has pushed many children there to become child laborers.

How the European Union is making a difference in Somalia

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim, once told a Georgetown University student that he experienced racism as a young Asian-American growing up in Iowa, but that he learned the true meaning of his identity when he began working to end poverty in Haiti, one of the world’s poorest nations. The stride to end or alleviate poverty is a costly and long-term process; it has therefore become illusion than a reality and also loan was given to poor countries to fight poverty, often lands in the pocket of corrupt government officials. However, many foreign agencies, foundations and private associations are supporting and financing educational projects in Africa.

In Somalia, the European Union and its member states are collectively the largest donors in its educational development. The country has the weakest educational structure in the world and will not achieve any of the Millennium Development Goals on education by 2015. The European Union support focuses on creating primary and secondary education opportunities, vocational training and boosting employment.

The United Kingdom as part of the donors assisting Somalia launched Girls Education Challenge, worth £21.3 million to get girls into school and ensure that they receive the quality education and the new government-run program called Go2School  to give a free elementary school education, has been successful putting  at least 1 million children into the classroom.

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