Out of the suffering of others, many take the advantage to make profit, used the people to test drugs and commit every medical crime they find it hard to execute in Europe or in America. You must have noticed that the war in Syria has stopped for a while. Unicef is bringing food… And the World Health Oranization? They are starting a vaccination campaign.
There are hundreds of scam mails inviting people to world conferences floating on the internet, with the intention to defraud those that may be interested. Such mails target people from Third World Countries, desperate to enter Europe or America.
On behalf of Economic Development and Human Rights Organization, I am pleased to invite you to our conference that will be held from April 25th to 30th, 2016 @ the conference place in Dallas Texas USA. The conference meeting will contain various talks and mini workshops related to the issues of Challenges to Economic Development & Human Rights in our society
The topic of the conference is “Promoting Human Rights through Economic Development” the sponsors of this event shall cover your round-trip air tickets from your country to the USA and back to your country and we shall also provide visa assistance with the U.S Embassy in your country of residence and your ground transportation from the airport to the conference venue.
We look forward to your confirmed presence at the conference.
Dr. Jennifer Richmond,
By Johan Van Dongen and Joel Savage
When Johan van Dongen started as CEO at the Micro-surgical Educational Institute, as well as co-founder and secretary of the Micro-surgical Development Foundation MD, he was placed under many responsibilities. It was his engagement to working with artificial devices ‘MD PVC Rat and anastomosis simulator,’ he knew wouldn’t be long in the medical and pharmacological establishments, because he considered many activities there as crime.
Fraud, plagiarism, theft of intellectual property, intimidation, threats and dismissal, are some of the challenges one couldn’t avoid in the medical and pharmaceutical business. It’s possible to survive if one pretends whatever crime he commits is normal. Even in a well respected country like the Netherlands, to choose between integrity and crime had been no problem, thus; he chose integrity even though he knew it would be an uphill battle in his career.
Micro-Surgeon Johan Van Dongen, was probably the first whistle blower in the Netherlands at the age of 32. At 43, he works inside the pharmacological and medical establishments and at 48, he was dismissed at the University of Maastricht, the Netherlands, because he wouldn’t like to take part in crime other laboratory technicians believe was right. Johan obviously was a man with a clear mission.
Due to his experience in immunology, surgery, pharmacology, anatomy, biochemistry, microbiology, cell biology, pathology, physiology and animal science, he did research on the origin and spread of Aids and Ebola, and discovered that the diseases were caused by man. These crimes remain secret to common people but not to scientists. Either you support them or shut your mouth, but Johan wasn’t ready to shut his mouth.
All experiments he carried on animals, seemed unnecessary and served only as cloak for tests on people in Third World Countries, especially in Africa. Of course; there are white people who are paid to carry out testing of drugs and vaccines by the pharmaceutical industry, but in Africa it is easy to buy the military and government officials to do the job, because it is a large continent, corrupt, with diverse people, where unrest and civil war continue without any possible control.
Within this autobiography and with the help of writer and investigative journalist Joel Savage, Johan tries to give the readers an overview of his books: ‘Pleading For The Monkey. The truth behind HIV/Aids and other infections (1997),’ Dutch title: ‘Pleidooi voor de aap. De waarheid achter aids en andere virusinfecties’ and ‘Aids The Greatest Crime In Medical History (2003), Dutch title: ‘Aids de grootste misdaad in de medische geschiedenis.’
In Johan’s opinion the aids establishment and media want you to believe otherwise but there are several scientists like him who doubt the HIV/Aids-theory. As far as the Netherlands is concerned, yes, Johan is the only one, who wouldn’t like to remain silent but the reality is a different story.
There is a list of notable people in Africa who have doubts over the origin and spread of aids, and also famous writers and Nobel Prize winners who believe the two tied diseases were man-made. Aids, like Ebola is a fire intentionally set on African soil to destroy and depopulate the continent of Africa, unfortunately or fortunately, it has spread globally for those responsible to have a taste of the evil they planted.
It is only a woman that can tell the pain she goes through during child delivery. Some women take rings off from finger to throw at husbands, because of the pain they go through during childbirth. After delivery, they take back the ring and put on the finger again. Giving birth to a child isn’t easy, yet there are so many motherless and fatherless children roaming the streets, especially in Third World Countries, including Africa.
If one does not really need a child, why should parents bring them into the world to suffer? Training and caring for children, in terms of feeding, clothing, education and health care, have never been a simple task. It is better for parents to prevent an unwanted pregnancy than to give birth to a child to become a menace to society. How can a child learn how to read when he or she is far from the classroom?
An Eastern University in America conducted a study on the impact made on children by various forces in the society. The study revealed that 31 percent of the influence on a child was attributed to his years, 16 percent came from his school and other organizations. While 53 percent of the impact on his life came from his home.
The duty of bringing up a child is surely the toughest task in the world and quite frankly, it takes knowledge and wisdom to raise up a child. The inability of parents to take proper care of their children has caused many children roaming the streets. The neglected children sometimes grow up to be juvenile criminals and delinquents.
One of the roots to lack of reading in Africa is child labor
Parents that did not get the opportunity to be educated, may feel education is a waste of time, and therefore the child should be engaged in parents trade. In Africa and Asia, hundreds of children are said to be under bondage, working as slaves to defray the debts of their parents. Under some hardships, children are even forced to sell part of their body parts, such as kidney, to raise money for their parents.
In Brazil, children are sprayed by bullets, for the government to come and carry the dead youths from the street to reduce the child menace population. Is this a logical way to help a country to reduce street-child explosion? It shouldn’t be a sort of embarrassment to Africans when someone says that “The reading standard in Africa is poor.” It should rather be a challenge to us to remove that illiteracy affecting the growing children.
When children are thought how to read from the initial stages, they become interested in books. However poor a child’s reading ability is, his interest in reading would improve his knowledge. Things go wrong for children these days like people don’t know their value in this world. The world must help together with the United Nations to alleviate them from slavery, poverty, and oppression, for they are assets to national development.
Another problem which has triggered lack of reading among children in Africa is ‘Child Soldier.’
Jamaica, that wonderful Island in the Caribbean, for many years has established its name as one of the best countries in the world, in the fields of tourism, and above all the “Home of wonderful reggae music.” Jamaica is the birth place of great reggae stars, including Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, Gregory Isaacs, Joseph Hill-Culture, Desmond Decker, Beres Hammond, Burning Spear, Toots and the Maytals etc.
Apart from the reggae stars, Jamaica has produced great sprinters in the past, such as Merlene Ottey, Asafa Powell etc, yet in athletics, comparing the country to other great sports countries, such as America, Jamaica wasn’t classified as a great country in sports, until the emergence of unknown sprinter, Usain Bolt.
Usain Bolt’s unique and charismatic performance, along with team mate Yohan Blake, have established firmly that Jamaica is not only good in music but also in athletics. The 2012 Olympics games which place in London confirmed it all.
After winning the 100-meter race in 19.32 seconds, Usain became the first athlete to win two Olympic medals in the event. Yohan Blake, his training partner also claimed silver in the event and bronze for Warren Weir. There is no doubt that Jamaicans are now doing better in sports than the United States of America, which has produced great athletes in the past.
It seems underestimation of athletes from ‘Third World Countries’ is gradually coming to an end, because the Jamaican sprinters are “Coming in hot! hot! hot! and firing some shot! shot! shot!” Sings reggae legend late Peter Tosh.
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.
A suffering street-child
The global economic recession and poverty, which have affected Third World countries most, have resulted in the rampant abandoning of babies in gutters, pit latrines, bushes and remote places. Many mothers are giving up their babies for adoption. Some end up selling their babies or deliberately kill them. This inhuman act shows that some children are born into incapable hands.
If one does not really need a child, why should parents bring them into the world to suffer? Training and caring for children, in terms of feeding, clothing, education and health have never been a simple task. It is better for parents to prevent an unwanted pregnancy than to give birth to a child to become a menace to society.
Parents who did not get the opportunity to be educated, may feel education is a waste of time, and therefore the child should be engaged in parents trade. In India, hundreds of children are said to be under bondage, working as slaves to defray the debts of their parents. Under some hardships, children are even forced to sell part of their body parts, such as kidney, to raise money for their parents.
In Brazil, children are sprayed by bullets, for the government to collect the bodies from the streets, as a measure to prevent street child explosion. Is this the best solution to prevent street children? When children are thought how to read from the initial stages, they become interested in books. However poor a child’s reading ability is, his interest in reading would improve his knowledge.
Things go wrong for children these days like people don’t know their value in this world. Many organizations are all over Africa to improve children’s education, but the harvest is plentiful, while the labourers are few. It’s an enormous task. Education for children is not a choice, it’s their right and the only way to give these children a better future is through education.