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Playing games in the backyard of USA…

In Afasia's corner... on August 27, 2013 at 9:09 am

Just like a theater.. Even if it´s a real story sometimes hard to believe in what and how. They call their friends and play games in their backyard called middle east. They try new generation weapons. They satisfy their soldiers of hunger. They can play this game over and over and always as joyful as the first time they played. Even the dumbest can smell their sweat from miles.

But when there is no confirmed reality, how can someone take an action. On whom you attack when you don’t even know who has used chemical weapons. I know only one country who uses chemical weapons in history. Why don’t we blame on them providing some to the oppositions. Neither we know about such a thing but we are in a world of fake informations and manipulations by media. To whom can we believe? Even so respectful people, politicians, medics are bought by them. We see each time what happens to you when you say the truth. From who you expect to hear the truth. Really? All I know that you die when you say something real, because truth is hurtful.. But only to the one, who mentions it.

In conclusion I don’t support such an operation again to middle east. Less in an enviorement where all arround politicians mentioning about big middle east project which we “don’t” know the details yet. Iraq is done, Afghanistan is gone, Libia, Lebanon, Egypt etc.. How many Middle East and African country they left and set free after those amazing and “sucesfull” operations? I don’t even know 1 of them…

I know they wont listen people’s opinion, but we rise our word just not to shot our mouths. Even if we cannot change a thing.

I only beg for one important thing, leave innocent children out of your dirty business!

I only beg for one thing, leave innocent children out of your dirty business!

I only beg for one thing, leave innocent children out of your dirty business!

I BEG FOR IT!..

Thanks for reading!..

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SHAME IN ISTANBUL..

In Afasia's corner... on May 31, 2013 at 7:27 pm

Old man cutted ear by police!..

Everything started because AKP Current Government wanted to build a Commercial Center in the middle of Istanbul, instead of a little park. They wanted to cut down all trees and build a reinforced concrete fancy building.

When people went out to protect their rights to avoid this massive demolition on nature, they found police beating them. And the fire started…

Now the shame on Tayyip Erdogan President of Turkey, instead of protecting the right of people, he ordered police to beat their people, throw tons of pepper gas and plastic bullets on them.

After seeing all protests in europe like Spain, Portugal, Ireland and some Arab countries like Libia, Egypt etc. now they got a generation who hates politicians and police. Its a big shame to see police beating old people in the street. I have no much words to say. I just feel sad on their behalf that they have no hearth!!!…

Thanks for reading…

OLD MAN LOST HIS EAR DUE TO POLICE BEAT AND WAITING FOR AN AMBULANCE. THE PHOTO HAS BEEN TAKEN FROM MUJDAT GEZEN´S FACEBOOK PAGE…

BELOW PHOTOS TAKEN FROM http://occupygezipics.tumblr.com/

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dream unusual!..

In Afasia's corner... on March 29, 2013 at 9:11 pm

And Zimbabwe found an offical hangman!..

In Afasia's corner... on March 28, 2013 at 4:25 pm

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https://newspool.wordpress.com/?s=zimbabwe

I wrote this article on April 2010. 3 years later finally Zimbabwe could find a professional hangman for this position.

By newspool blog we want to celebrate president Robert Mugabe and we wish luck to the new guy.

Sorry for my sarcastic way of writing but, I want to see a different Africa which want a real change for their good. Not one who is a slave of other´s guidence.

Thanks and Best Regards

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-21384595

CONSEQUENCES of the ZERO TOLERANCE APPROACHES

In Cuerbitch on February 14, 2013 at 11:35 am

It’s been four decades since the president of United States, Richard Nixon, declared war on drugs in response to the high rates of heroin and marihuana consumption, always following the position of “zero tolerance” encouraged by the conservative vision of the period. Seven more presidents have taken the position since then, but the approach to face this problem hasn’t changed, the consumption is still being criminalized, spreading the message through moralist propaganda, which is far from being effective, puts in evidence the lack of knowledge from the authorities in the matter.

Undoubtedly, the drug topic is multifaceted and extremely complex, but there are facts that we cannot overlooked. Nowadays exists a 230 millions market of drug consumers, the demand is clear; therefore the “drug free world” idea is simply utopian. But, which are the implications or collateral damages of this consumption being illegal?

Let’s start with the production, it’s not unknown that the so-called “developing countries” like Peru, Bolivia or Afghanistan (to name a few) are the producers, countries with a agricultural  heritage, countires who has been poor for centuries, countries where people grow “anything” that earns them a profit that sustains their families needs, in consequence, the eradication of  these income sources increases the economic and development gaps and increases social inconformity, turning these groups vulnerable and susceptible to become part of criminal circles, and of course enhancing the cycle of drug trafficking.

The next step is trafficking, which in 2005 already generated 320 million usd, representing 50% of the revenues linked to criminal acts, and that in countries as Colombia, generated social phenomenon such as Pablo Escobar, or Mexico, who’s actually living an unprecedented panorama since Felipe Calderón’s war on drugs declaration in 2006, who has “achieved” 47 000 deaths related to this “war”, an expense of 1 billion usd per year, and levels of insecurity, corruption and fear among the population never seen before, and it goes without saying that drug trafficking continues smoothly.

Finally, the retail distribution symbiosis in which drugs dealers and “junkies” (90% of the consumers are considered NON problematic, namely they use drugs for recreational purposes) fight to sustain a profitable interaction without compromising their freedom and public image, as of the other 10% (the problematic ones), is well known that keeping up with a drug addiction is, in average, 10 times more expensive than and alcohol or tobacco addiction, which causes economic pressure among addicts, bringing more problems such as HIV, prostitution and gun trafficking and a community decay.

Evidently the judgmental /conservative/moralist approach that has been taken for this problem is not working, it is time to rebuild our general vision of the problem, in first instance the consumers who are addicted to any kind of drugs are, before criminals, are in fact patients with a curable disease, the government must offer aid through support groups before criminalizing them. On the other hand, drug trafficking is a consequence of prohibition, a legalization scheme offers not only monetary benefits (capital infusions through taxes, new occupations, monumental savings due to anti-drug campaigns desist) but it would eliminate criminal and corruption circles, lowering the human capital casualties, regaining social stability and opening new possibilities of improvement by re-orienting these resources.

A regulated production and consumption, hand in hand with smart campaigns that, more than judge, educate consumers, it’s my opinion, a feasible way to the face a changing society that demands a paradigm shift, a more responsible and creative one.

For more information visit
www.breakingthetaboo.info
Special thanks for the statistical data

IS IT REALLY A DREAM EVEN TO DREAM “UNITED STATES OF AFRICA”?

In Fanny Lulu's diary on February 9, 2013 at 4:06 pm

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I am quite confused to write or not to write about permanent crises in many African countries. You may say that i don’t have to but i feel that i have to emphasise at least some remarkable titles…

The never ending problems in Africa are mostly about political dilemmas of military based regimes as can be seen on television, in the newspapers and through other news sources such as online journalism.

Kindly think that the idea of ‘United States of Africa’… It sounds unrealistic when you visualize all that chaos, doesn’t it? In most of African countries those who have power first visualize what they want and then materialize it .  Actually i must say that “those” who hold the armed forces have also direction to change the socio-politic route to instability, conflict and lost generation without future.

Civil wars seem as a fated destiny for ‘Dark and Beautiful Continent’  by the hands of  Western civilizations and their armed puppets who has nothing to trust but their weapons against civils.

Like or don’t…It’s not the point but Former Libyan leader Muammer Gaddafi who was executed without any judgement by Nato troops was the most well known leader to mention this expression in African Union Summit.in 2009. His dream was to discuss the remained issues of colonialism which divide Africans into hundreds of etnic groups which have been in controversy with each other from the times of  “geographical discoveries.” He knew that the conflicts were the obstructed veins of the undeveloped countries and there wasn’t any possibility to talk about circulation, wealth, peace and stability… I hope that the new chairperson of the African Union Hailemariam Desalegn can make a progress to spread this dream to the members of the Union.

As Turkish poet Onat Kutlar says:

“I asked myself what is made of mud? The Statue.

And made of pains? The love.

Even you can make a revolution with poverties.

But nothing can be made from disunities.”

Instead of struggling with hunger and drought they have been fighting for their seperations.

Instead of keeping their natural sources from the modern colonial interests,

Instead of keeping their children from their own men who work for colonial interests to earn a living from bloody and illegal ways.

Instead of preventing  them to be “child soldiers who are a part of  any kind of regular or irregular armed force or armed group in any capacity.” (for more:

http://www.amnestyusa.org/our-work/issues/children-s-rights/child-soldiers)

Besides general issues relating to many African countries, Mali is a biggest question mark for me to comperehend for a very long time… It is reported that there is radical islamic groups in the north of Mali and people are living under the pressure of these armed groups. On the other side there is a military construction which seized power with the Western support in 2012.

Last year European Union decided to stop financial aids  to the military based government in Mali. However this year when Malian government asked for support from EU to eliminate the armed groups in the north and United Nations have never hesitated to give permission for the military intervention of France. Thus, France started to bomb the villages and towns in the northern Mali. It is very simple to write this in words but quite saddening to think how many innocent civilians were killed and will be killed in bombardments.

Who will be responsible for the civilians from systematic killings? Who will be judged for the children whose lives were taken in the air strikes?

Who will help to the people fled from the northern Mali?

What was the real reason of UN to allow France for the operations in Mali?

(What if it is all about rich underground resources of the country or to protect the interests of French companies in Mali or to deport Muslim population from Mali?)

Why didn’t they show any interest to constant civilian casualities over 2 years in Syria as being very interested in Libya?

Why they still don’t…

Why no action for the conflicts in Middle East and the other places where Muslim population mostly live.

What a grave contradiction!

Unfortunately, UN and NATO are the question itself  in this story that i can not solve easily…

2012, A YEAR OF FAKE REVOLUTIONS!!!

In Afasia's corner... on January 18, 2013 at 11:02 am

ImageA chaotic article reflecting the year of chaos!!!

A real wild year as it has been posted by msnbc.com. A wild year by many springs. Springs in summer and springs in winter since 2011. Lots of question marks in our heads. Armageddons and last days of our planet. Most of lies and many honest screams in the hearth of little children. Little children´s scream which disturbed some ears in Asia. And again some little children was the name of terror in deep Eastern scenes. Cowboy’s soul was back in shape of a child and spilled as bullets. That was the decision of human. That was the way to protect their child from danger and the danger was hidden inside their plan. They forgot about the real terrorist hidden inside their minds while they were gone for hunt of terrorists all over the world. They created terrorists and they destroyed terrorists. It was a year of ruining countries. A year of ruining families without thinking in consequences. A year of planting grudge and harvesting hate. Planting grudge for next hundred years and planting reasons for new wars. Year of trying medicines in Pakistan and again killing about 150 people. And the year of refusing our human sense by the votes of Russia and China to name Syria ´s massacre. They said that there are more important things than saving some lives. 40.000 death were not sufficient to react!!! Pirates were back again in 2012. Pirates from Somalia were hunting food. Everybody was against them but no one asked the reason behind! HUNGER is something that you can do anything to avoid your child´s death!. 2012 was a year of dying in hunger in African continent. Israel didn´t stop murdering in 2012 neither. Israel, the murderer of the year 2012 with United States. EU´s embargo against Iran for the use of nuclear sources made us understood that nuclear use was forbidden only for Arabs. Anyhow, we are against nuclear sources anywhere in the world and the use by any race!.. Sadly Encyclopedia Britannica stopped printing more editions. Unfortunately hurricane Sandy killed about 209 people in Caribbean, Bahamas, US and Canada. 2012 The year of crisis, hunger and losing jobs in Europe. Economists believe that the situation will change by 2014. Mortgage fail in Spain and Portugal was very damaging for many families, due to high taxes many people had to leave their houses to the banks. In 2012, again humanity lost and the RICH WON!..

Also happened “real important” stuff this year in the media. Some royal marriage. Royal elephant hunting. All conversation was between some royal people and some soldier dictators. Nobody wanted to listen the village. They never wanted to listen the village and it was the main problem very clearly understood. But it´s just behind a thin line which people may take the control over again against all those thieves.

CERN was the one of the most important progress all over 2012. Made us remember the importance of science once again and not guns. Curiosity landed over Mars to find out other planets with life. We only hope that it’s for science and not to conquest and slave more species all over  the galaxy. Felix tried an historical downfall. Greenpeace won against many companies which were using dangerous chemical material in production of textile or companies were contaminating the environment(Levis, Nike etc). Happily, KYOTO Protocol extended until 2020.

After all those BAD and some good news, we as NEWSPOOL family wish you a really nice, happy, healthy 2013!!

Thanks for supporting us in previous years and thanks in advance for the oncoming ones!..

image taking from http://codemilabe.blogspot.com.es/2012/12/mambo-ya-mwisho-wa-dunia-leo-hii.html

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