What’s Your Role To Make This World A Better Place?

 

While many try to save this world, others too try to destroy it.

Everyone has a responsibility to make this world a better place

The present state of human society is in many ways contrary to our natural desire for a peaceful, secure, and happy life on this earth. Things are falling apart and the society is disintegrating. The society is plagued by diverse problems, including drug abuse, child abuse, domestic violence, crime, child trafficking, sex trafficking etc.

Corruption is so severe that it has gone into governmental institutions, healthcare, and educational systems. Many want to leave this earth, even though it isn’t yet time to die, thus; contemplate of committing suicide. Sometimes I ‘m very scared to listen to the news, because what one hears can ruin your day, sometimes days or even weeks.

Many think life has no purpose, so they don’t value it any longer, but if one realizes how precious life is, he will find out the means to live a better life. Suppose you think the comfort of life is a luxury, so you need  the fastest car, expensive mansion etc, you can have all them and still be miserable because the heart of man is dark and greedy. The man has dominion over all things as a human being but due to pride, greed, power and selfishness, we have abused the planet.

There is no justice without the dollar. The rich getting richer, while the poor getting poorer every day. But since we are still living and part of this generation, we have a role to play to make this world a better place. The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few. Obviously, we can’t solve all the problems of this world, yet we can do something to reduce the problems and bring a little happiness to those unfortunate ones, including children.

 

The Persistent Threat Of Ebola In West Africa: An Open Letter To President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Of Liberia

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The helpless President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Is she scared to tell the American government of the medical crime committed in her country against Liberian citizens?

By Johan Van Dongen (Dutch Scientist & Micro-Surgeon)

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared on Saturday, July 31, 2015, that Liberia’s devastating 14-month Ebola outbreak, which killed more than 4,700 people, is over in the West African country.

The WHO declares: “It has been 42 days since the last confirmed Ebola victim in Liberia was buried. That is twice the 21-day incubation period for the disease to emerge in an infected individual. A national ceremony is planned for Monday.”

But why do outbreaks persist in neighboring Guinea and Sierra Leone? And why did WHO cautioned that this reality creates: “A high risk that infected people may cross into Liberia over the region’s exceptionally porous borders?”

This is very strange because we know by now that the Ebola virus which was discovered in Liberia is totally different from the one which caused the previous outbreaks in Sierra Leone and Guinea! And when they cross the borders they only could insert the contaminated virus with that specific virus and not the newly appeared virus which contaminated the 17-year-old boy!

So, if anyone thinks the Ebola outbreak in Mano River Basin is something that is a trifle, please let me confidently state to you that the ongoing disaster is far from being something to put on back-burner. This is the time for all residents in the badly affected Ebola  countries to unite to fight those who developed the man-made viruses!

World Health Organisation spokesperson, Tarik Jasarevic has now officially informed journalists on what many had suspected was the fearful realization that the new outbreak of Ebola in Liberia, with an index case of a 17 years old schoolboy, was not really ‘new’ after all. The outbreak never really ended in Liberia, something the World Health Organization knew that all along.

“We’re proud of what we collectively managed to do but we need to remain vigilant,” said Peter Jan Graaff, the United Nations Secretary-General, acting as a special representative and head of the U.N. Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER). The virus is not yet out of the region and as long as the virus is in the region all of us are still potentially at risk.”

On Saturday, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, toured health centers in Monrovia, embracing and taking group photos with health workers. She was accompanied by U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac, the Associated Press reported.

But President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, how long do you want to wait?  Is it not about time to open your eyes and stop embracing WHO and other political, military and medical celebrities, who knew and know that the Ebola and Aids viruses were developed in the bio-medical warfare scene before, during and after the Second World War?

Is quietness not a form of stupidity, when many African leaders, including you, do not recognize the real scientific described origin of Aids and Ebola? Are your citizens not more important than power and money? Are you not aware of the fear and uncertainty you’ve placed your citizens into? What about the future, families, communities, your country, and its economy?

How long will you continue to believe in liars and people like Peter Jan Graaff from the WHO, who declared that Liberians are Ebola free? And when he stated that the transition to Ebola-free status was a “monumental achievement,” then President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf , you must read my book “Aids and Ebola the greatest crime in medical history against mankind,” and articles on the blog of the Ghanaian investigative journalist, author, and writer Joel Savage.

Yes! President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, you must do that, because the complete scientifically development of Aids and Ebola viruses are well explained in the book, to bring out the truth and stop the Africans claiming Aids and Ebola are curses from God. Africans don’t deserve any punishment or curse from God, than those who developed the viruses and planted in Africa.

Tolbert Nyenswah

Tolbert Nyenswah, who led Liberia’s much-criticized response to the disease, said late Thursday that finally ridding the country of Ebola was vindication for leadership that had taken such a beating during the darkest hours of the epidemic when critics complained about slow steps taken to halt the spread of the deadly virus. “Today, the same people (critics) are using us as a success story,” Nyenswah said.

In Washington, the White House on Saturday congratulated Liberia on the achievement, but cautioned that: “(we) must not let down our guard until the entire region reaches and stays at zero Ebola cases.” That statement alone confirms Liberia is still not free from Ebola.

The U.S. military, which was quick to respond to the crisis, built 11 clinics across Liberia, many by contract and trained 1,500 health workers. Yet by the time the work was completed in late December, the disease was on the decline. Last month, The New York Times reported that only 28 Ebola patients were treated at clinics built by the U.S. military, but President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf,  they only treated 28 patients for the record, and to ask why does Liberia need thousand soldiers to take care of only 28 patients in the neighbourhood of diamond and gold mines?

Peter Jan Graaff from the WHO

The WHO spokesman Peter Jan Graaff has now confirmed that: “Genetic studies of the virus in the ‘latest’ outbreak in Liberia is identical to the one that used to kill in Liberia few months back and which is the same virus that continues to kill in both Sierra Leone and Guinea.” But that is a lie President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf!

Because none, (I repeat, NONE) of the Liberians now with new Ebola infection in Liberia ever traveled to Sierra Leone or Guinea. It means the virus has been right inside Liberia quietly all this time. Whether new or old virus, they were all genetically engineered in laboratories.

Conclusions

The WHO Spokesman is now saying the infection of the 17 years old boy was likely acquired from a ‘non-identified transmission within the community’ or from a survivor still carrying the infection in other body fluids long after the blood tested negative for the virus. But there is also another possibility, so fearful to contemplate that the virus has now modified itself so much, genetically engineered by men of course, so that it can delay the onset of symptoms in those it infected.

What do I mean by ‘delay the onset of symptoms?’ Let me explain. Viruses can exist for stated periods in humans before they start manifesting sickness in the infected human. For example, the HIV virus can exist for years in a person before it causes the manifestation of clinical signs of HIV-AIDS.

Now, prior to this Outbreak, Ebola was known to manifest symptoms within 2 to 21 days of infection. This particular MRU outbreak had an average of 9 days between infection and symptoms. So, if it is now suspected to be scenario for ‘new index case’ of a teenage boy in Liberia, this MRU Ebola virus is now with the ability to exist for more than 21 days in a human before it manifests symptoms of Ebola sickness, then I can easily say we have a major situation on our hands in the MRU basin, to say the words from Tolbert Nyenswah.

Add to this, if the huge number of survivors living in MRU basin are possible carriers of the dreadful Ebola virus in body fluids like male semen or in the placenta of the foetus in wombs, we might have a serious nightmare unfolding in the Mano River Union basin also in the future.

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

Discovering Creative Thinking

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Does it seem like you’ve tried everything in your power to think creatively; and yet, despite your best efforts, you’re still plagued with: 

• Not knowing how to even get started
• Not understanding even where to start with defining your intent
• Not knowing how to master your creative skills

If this describes you, then you are in luck today…

First, you are NOT alone! Although it may seem like it sometimes, but not knowing how to get started with creative thinking is far more common than you’d think.

I ought to know, because I’ve been in the same spot before…
There are some people who naturally have the skills, while others need to practice and learn about it first before they can take advantage of it. Being able to think creatively is very important, especially if you want to become successful in your career or in your whole life. However, only some people get to realize this fact.

Let me explain…

Creativity can be triggered with specific things, especially when the person involved has the natural ability to do so. For a person with some natural creative thinking skills, it naturally occurs even if he or she is not well aware of it.

And the worst part of all is that the more you don’t know the less you will succeed!
Make no mistake about it…  As a person just like you who has struggled with getting better ideas, I have searched high and low to find the best strategies to fix this problem and I am fully qualified and equipped to help you put an end to your frustration with trying to wade through all the info you need to know to use creative thinking!

What exactly is creativity? Indeed, there are a number of ways you can define the word “creativity”. However, the most modest way to define this mysterious element that is shared by all people is the fact that creativity is the ability of the person’s mind to acquire facts, materials, and/or ideas and distinguish them in a distinctive manner or way. It is a unique point of view, a fresh idea and/or a new way on looking at a certain problem.

And all of this up till now is just scratching the surface!
This powerful book will provide you with everything you need to know to be a success and achieve your goal of becoming a creative thinker. The question is− are you ready to astound yourself with your new creative thinking skills?

The Author

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Pursuing Your Creativity− Cultivating Your Imagination One Creative Thought at a Time”

Have you ever thought about pursuing your creative passions−but never found the courage to listen to your inner voice that keeps on telling you to chase down those endeavors? It’s true that being creative can be risky− a risk that a lot of people are not ready to assume−unless they know how to be creative. In other words, to be successful at being creative, you must learn how to cultivate your inner creativeness.In his books, J.C. Tolbert takes you on a journey to discovering your own unique creativity.
                Unlike other books in this genre, his content is not only focused on practical theories, but also on inspiring people to take action in their daily lives. His books also provide solutions that can be implemented in real-world situations, which is becoming rare to see today. You’ll get information that will truly inspire you to never give up on your journey to creativity! When not writing, J.C. likes to read, exercise, and have fun going on creative adventures with his kids.http://www.amazon.com/Discovering-Creative-Thinking-Conquering-Imagination-ebook/dp/B00YYBWCMK

The Magic Of China, Can They Give Africa One-Tenth Of It?

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Football fan Xu Cong and his friends built a field on the top of a two-storey office building in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China’s Henan province.

“It’s amazing to see China, decades ago, as one of the poorest countries in Asia, now on top of the world, leaving Africa far behind in technology and development. How did China made it? This question should be on the lips of all Third World Country leaders, including African leaders, with inspiration to develop Africa, because development doesn’t miraculously come from heaven. May be African leaders need to sponsor the education of some African students to pursue higher education in China, towards the continent’s development.” – Joel Savage

How China plans to eliminate poverty by 2020

By . Credit to GMA News.
NANNING, China – There is a folk tale among the Yao people of China that goes: The Han people got up early, so they farm on the plains and the Zhuang people got up second, so they plant along the mountains. The Yao people woke up last and so they have nowhere to grow crops but on the mountaintops.

This is less true for 90 Yao and Zhuang households in Du’an County in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China who have been relocated to flatter ground that is closer to the roads of Daxing Township. The move, part of China’s poverty reduction plan, is meant to give residents access to power, water, and markets for their crops and handicrafts.

         According to the poverty reduction office of Guangxi province, the terrain in some parts of the province is too hilly, making it more efficient to relocate the people than to build roads and power lines to reach them.
          Relocation also gave the families an extra source of livelihood. “The flat land is for people and the hilly part is for animals,” the chief of Chihua village says, pointing at animal pens built up a slope outside the small settlement. He said they keep chickens and goats in the pens while corn, sugarcane, walnuts, and traditional medicinal herbs are planted in plots outside their houses.
           The 84-sq.m homes were the last part of the relocation, which included creating a comprehensive plan to support the villagers after the move, designing uniform homes for the villagers, and having the villagers build the homes themselves with the help of a one-time subsidy from the government.
           Part of the comprehensive plan is the government taking responsibility for acquiring the goods from the village and bringing them to the markets.
          “Most of the people support the move from the mountain place to the flat place,” the chief said through an interpreter. He said the relocation in 2010 not only gave them access to roads, power, and water, but also to a health center.
           In nearby Hua Kang, village chief Meng Shaokun said he is “very happy” about the move because “basically, I am out of poverty.”
          The Chinese government sets its poverty line at an annual income of 2,300 yuan (around P16,100) and average income in Hua Kang is from 18,000-20,000 yuan (around P126,000 to P140,000) a year from produce and from subsidies from the government.
Poverty elimination by 2020
        The relocation in Daxing Township is just part of a 120 million-yuan plan to move 100,000 people from the mountains to a “more developed area,” a plan that is also just a part of the poverty reduction plan of Guanxi province, where the average annual income for farmers is 6,971 yuan (P48,797) and around 6.34 million people live in poverty.
        The province has an annual budget of 690 billion yuan for poverty reduction from the central government, private companies, and non-government organizations to eliminate poverty there by 2020.
         Most of the money goes to infrastructure projects. “Roads and electricity and improvement of living conditions. Things like that,” Mo Yanshi, deputy director of the provincial poverty reduction, said.
         The poverty reduction program plan also includes assistance through seeds, fertilizer, and livelihood assistance to increase incomes throughout the province and, because the program is being implemented nationwide, throughout China.
Education subsidies
            The most important aspect of the poverty reduction program is subsidies in education to encourage the youth to pursue higher education.
            The first nine years of school are free and students get yearly subsidies of 1,000 RMB (around P7,000) a year for two years of vocational school and 2,000 RMB a year for two years of university. The central government gives another 1,500 yuan a year for students in vocational schools. With university tuition costing around 6,000 yuan a year, this is a big help for poor families, a student interpreter with Mo said.
No handouts
          Despite the subsidies, an official with China’s foreign ministry made clear that the program is not a cash dole-out scheme. “If we give currency to the people directly, that is not a good way to do it,” the official, who declined to be named for lack of authority to speak on the matter, said.
           China gives subsidies of 200 yuan a year to persons with disabilities and those who cannot work but the rest are expected to work with the tools and help that the government gives them.
         They do not have to do it alone, though. Government agencies are assigned partner communities where they send personnel to conduct surveys and help residents plan the development of their areas. Private companies are also given tax breaks in exchange for helping with the poverty reduction program.
          In some villages, like those near the Tengwang Woven Products Co., residents can earn from cottage industries like basketmaking which the privately-owned company buys from them and sells to foreign companies like US-based Wal-Mart.
        The company, which provides livelihood for around 3,000 families in Duan, Guangxi province sells around 27.1 million RMB of products a year and pays villagers for products made from materials grown in their own backyard.
Progress
         Mo said the poverty reduction program has made a lot of progress in the 30 years since it was launched. Ten years ago, he said, 10 percent of China’s poor came from Guangxi. In 2013, only seven percent of around 100 million poor Chinese came from the province.
         Hua Kang chief Meng Shaokun said that although he is already wealthier than he was when he lived in the mountains—a recent-model Mazda sedan was parked in front of his house—that is only part of the “Chinese dream.”
        His so-called Chinese dream is this: “The improvement of our life, then make much more contributions to society.”  — ELR/KG/VC, GMA News

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Pedestrian Over Bridge Front of Financial Department Beijing, China.