White Negro (MZUNGU MWEUSI) A Poem By JOHAN VAN DONGEN

 

The author

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Johan Van Dongen is a Dutch Micro-Surgeon, Scientist and author. His four decades of research revealed that Aids and Ebola were medical crimes plagued on Africans by Europe and America. The viruses were man-made and engineered from the laboratory as bio-warfare product and tested on Africans to depopulate the continent.

He quickly published a book of his research of the crimes in his native language (Dutch) in Holland. The Dutch government didn’t take his publication likely, since the plot is to cover up those medical crimes. He therefore faced many legal actions and eventually lost his job while he was a lecturer at one of the universities in Holland.

European and American scientists say they are clever, but not clever enough than Johan Van Dongen, because he isn’t coward to speak the truth. 

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

Bullying: How Can We Protect Our Children From This Aggressive Behaviour?

 

Bullying 1Every child deserves to be happy at home and at school, but many times that happiness they are looking for eludes them. At school and on play grounds, it’s very common for a child to experience bullying from other boys, because he or she looks different.

Physical bullying, taunts and calling one funny names happen every day at school and after school, without the knowledge of teachers or parents. The reason is many children wouldn’t like to speak out to the authorities or parents, because they are scared to talk about it. According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, about 160,000 students in the United States, daily refuse to go to school because of bullying.

A married woman with six children, once told me that in her teens at school, she nearly committed suicide. According to her, she was bullied everyday because of her ginger-coloured hair and many called her ugly girl, because she had freckles on her face. Her story was emotional and sad, as she claimed her own brother was part of her misery. He called her ugly too. Despite her ordeal, she summoned up courage to study psychology at the university. That’s one of the best ways to ignore bullying, but how many children have the strength to stand this psychological torture?

On his way to school, a mother kissed her son, without knowing that’s her last kiss to the son, who is being bullied every day at school without her knowledge, because her child never told her. When the child reached a bridge over a busy street, he jumped to his death. Every newspaper in Belgium published this sad story for the government to do something about it. Today the fight against bully is very active in the country.

Children who intimidate or bully other children enjoy doing that. They never stop until the victim has courage to tell his or her parents or put up resistance. It is very important for parents to ask children often, if they are experiencing problems at school. Talking to your child about school is one of the quickest ways to determine if your child is hiding anything from you, for the parents to take necessary actions.

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