Can you imagine that when you talk to your grandchildren, and they announce their plans for you (and themselves) that you will go to an institute, which allows you to die painless and at any moment of your (and their) choice? Great, huh? Something to look forward to, I suppose. Or what about this. In the UK, there is the social medical care, and if they decide that you need a ‘assisted suicide’, you die, if you like it or not. And why? Not because you’re incurable sick, or suffer from terrible pains, no, your only ‘crime’ or the only reason is your advanced age of … well, beyond the age to work.
On broad daylight on a public beach, full of people, a girl of 13 was drugged and gang raped by six men. Everyone saw it, nobody did anything, nobody interfered. An Arab father was beating his eleven year old son in front of a store in Texas. Nobody interfered; there were at least forty witnesses. […]
The population of the United States must make a decision now. Or it continues with the direction promoted by President Obama – and ultimately and surely – terror will struck the US in a terrible way or the US must force the President to do his job and make proper attempts to protect the US. Never would I have dreamed that an American President allows the US to be attacked constantly without any form of retaliation. And I never have thought that the American people would allow him to do so. Never was there an American President, who acts so unprofessionally, causing so much mayhem, destruction and death all over the world.
It’s really sad what’s going on in the world and if you read a newspaper, Internet or watch on TV, you might be wondering what’s going on!? We going here on a small journey throughout the world and see where it will lead us, not? But I’m not only showing you what’s in the newspapers, but beyond and behind it as well, till all the gory details.
In the year 2015, there are 2,580 terror attacks by Islamic extremists, resulting in 24,961 dead and 24,376 wounded. Furthermore, there are every day 8 attacks, 75 people die and 75 people get wounded by terror all over the world. Since August 2015, the trend for number of terror attacks decreases dramatically.
The brutal killings in Paris come on top of the downing of a Russian airliner in Sinai, the bombing of a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut and an attack against Kurds in Ankara. About 500 people have been killed in the past few weeks, and many more injured. Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed the first three, and is suspected of the fourth. Since September 2014, ISIS has performed at least 26 attacks, resulting in more then 875 killed, 14 different countries, 8 countries are Middle Eastern (57%) and 6 western countries (43%). And those numbers are not complete; the number of people who have perished because of terror outside the borders of Syria and Iraq is much higher.
When you read this article, hopefully you are at home or work, sitting safely behind your computer or mobile somewhere nice. This is an article about human suffering. When ISIS is beheading a person, it’s not that they are using a sword to behead a person … only one moment of pain and that’s it! No, it takes several minutes when the person is lucky. They take a knife and start cutting the neck. Sometimes it takes up to minutes, or 5 minutes or even 10 minutes! And the victim is aware! The suffering… the pain, the fear, the knowledge that it will be over… under extreme duress!
The UN list of genocides (16 at this moment (August 2014)) with almost 30 million people killed is not complete. I need to note that the large (by numbers) genocides are performed by the Mongols (in the year 1200 and after) where 50-70 million people died and Stalin with hisgenocide, killing 43-60 million people!
We have currently 62 countries in war with each other and 555 Militias-guerrillas and separatist groups involved, and that results into more then 10 million people who died. We have 37 regions and autonomous provinces that are struggling for Independence. Since the beginning of recorded history, around 3600 BC, over 14.500 major wars have killed about […]
37 million civilians and military died during the first World War or as it also was called the Great War. There were 20 million wounded! Those numbers are incredible, unbelievable. As a direct result of the fighting, an additional 30 millions of people died because of hunger and disease. In this war, one battle was […]