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A world in a crazy jacket 25/ Going from Sudan to Europe

Police officers from the patrol unit of the Accra police were amazed to discover about two hundred refugees - nomads from Sudan who had crossed on foot 3000 km csrfo from Darfur to the capital of Ghana. The nomads, who a few months ago set out on their way and since then we are in fields or forest areas, said in their investigation that they will go to southern Europe, where they will join relatives who, to the best of their knowledge, "live somewhere in Germany or Denmark"

Yoram Mizrachi

Police officers from the patrol unit of the Accra police were amazed to discover about two hundred refugees - nomads from Sudan who had crossed on foot 3000 km csrfo from Darfur to the capital of Ghana. The nomads, who a few months ago set out on their way and have since left for us in fields or forest areas, said in their investigation that they were headed to Southern Europe, where they would join relatives who, to the best of their knowledge, "live somewhere in Germany or Denmark." The refugees described in gloomy colors the situation in refugee camps scattered in Darfur and across the Sudanese border in Eritrea, Uganda and Ethiopia. The leader of the nomads, who used to be the head of a village that was destroyed by the Arab Jangweed cavalry, told the police and then the reporters, how his native village, a tribal settlement, was set on fire, mercilessly attacked and destroyed to the ground.

"The militia that acted in concert with the Khartoum government attacked us like locusts, everything was burned, there is nowhere to return, in the camps there is a shortage of food, drinking water and medicine, so we decided to go to Germany," he said. The Ghanaian government moved the nomads to a large refugee camp where they joined fifty thousand civil war refugees from Liberia. Representatives of international aid organizations heard from the head of the nomads "that similar groups are making their way to the same destination and have already arrived in Togo" Western diplomats, led by Europeans, tried to convince the nomads not to continue on their way and warned that they would not be allowed to cross to far away Morocco or Mauritania from there they are preparing to cross to Spain "the head of the bridge in the Great Migration" or walk along the Atlantic coast to the Straits of Gibraltar to "take refuge with the rich whites"
A spokesman for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations defined the situation in Sudan, Eritrea, Somalia and Ethiopia as "an unprecedented famine in recent years." According to him, more than three million refugees are staying in camps or near them. The spokesman warned that if an emergency operation is not launched to transfer a quarter of a million tons of essential commodities "as a prelude" to a large-scale influx of food, many refugees are expected to starve. Other speakers said that, unlike in previous years, the international community is finding it difficult to collect enough donations for the economy of all the refugees and explained that "many donors have not yet fulfilled the quotas they promised to treat the victims of the tsunami and other natural disasters" The countries of the disaster, from where the nomads came, are suffering signs of severe drought, which came after the winter floods. Among other things, said the spokesperson of the Relief and Employment Agency of the United Nations, another series of health hazards, the lack of security and order, and the lack of shelter should be counted as "severe blows" to Europe"
New Zealand an end to the phenomenon of "naturalization fanaticism"
The New Zealand parliament, which is dominated by left-wing parties and is known as a liberal elected house, attentive to the plight of refugees of all kinds, has decided to immediately stop a phenomenon known as "naturalization bias", which is an immigration law according to which anyone born in New Zealand is entitled to immediate citizenship. In recent years, the law has resulted in a continuous wave of advanced pregnant women who came mainly from third world countries as applicants for refugee status, or as innocent tourists and within days of giving birth, thus opening a gate for the immigration of the other parent and the children of the family. The parliament also decided on measures defined by the opponents of the law as "a racist initiative to preserve at all costs the Anglo-Saxon character of the country." The new laws extend the waiting period for citizenship from three to five years, allowing the government to prevent, on the grounds of internal security, the issuance of passports and identity cards as well as the use of a will administrative to deport illegal immigrants. The government tasked the immigration and interior authorities to immediately design new passports and identity cards that would be adapted "to the latest computerized technologies and limited to a period of use of no more than five years." The decisions stunned groups and lobby organizations that work for illegal immigrants, or refugees, and have already led to warnings from immigrant groups on the Indian continent that promise "Fight the law in any legal way, from the courts to civil unrest and appeals to the UN"
The judge stated "bullying will not be tolerated in a state of law"
A New Zealand judge from Christchurch, sitting in the trial of Graham Chappell, who is suspected of being the country's most famous pedophile and who was the chairman of the "Christian Identity Party" faction, reprimanded the former boxer who ambushed the accused in the opening of the courtroom where he mercilessly attacked him "Your actions are nothing but Serious bullying that is not tolerated in a state of law" said the judge and sentenced twenty-eight-year-old Daniel McKinley to two years in prison. The judge used the opportunity and the background of the well-publicized trial of the suspect as a pedophile, to criticize in particularly harsh language the phenomena of bullying and taking the law into one's hands. Before imposing the sentence, Judge David Sanders asked to review the defendant's criminal file and found that on the same day the attacker was arrested for driving drunk and without a valid license, all of this following a dense list of convictions, which spans five computer pages. The convictions mainly describe cases of assault. New Zealand's courts are concerned about the rise of the violent crime curve, an issue of concern to the general public. Judge Sanders' decisions, according to him, are intended to "send a clear message that a state of law will not tolerate bullying of any kind"
Amodai organization of the... sewage
A Canadian diver, specializing in the repair of damage to sewage reservoirs, sewage pipes and treatment plants, has taken the first steps to organize several dozen North American divers engaged in the repulsive but necessary industry. Brian Dempsey, known by other Amudians as "shit'-mailer/diver-fee", said that he and his friends in the industry are suing the governments of Canada and the United States or regional governments (in the US a state and in Canada a federal district) to enact special regulations to supervise diving, which is more dangerous than engaging in other industries Other diving. Dempsey and his friends, who work as sewer plumbers employed by the company that operates not only on the continent but also in European countries, held an impromptu press conference, which was held aboard a rig that served as a base for inspecting and repairing a large and clogged sewer pipe, which caused an environmental hazard on one of Florida's beaches. The rig is equipped with equipment that allows constant contact between the diver and the dive supervisor, dual emergency systems for oxygen injection, or "retrieval" from the "muck/feecal mud", special lighting devices and a decontamination team whose personnel wear identity protection kits for anti-tank suits. Amudais raised from the sewers stand on a special washing step, where diving suits and helmets are washed in clean water, different disinfectant solutions and finally brushes are scrubbed with a special soap solution. Before the divers get out of the diving suits they are checked by the diving inspector who decides if the cleanliness is satisfactory. The lack of appropriate regulations creates situations in which there is no appropriate, but only partial, supervision of sewage clarity. The Amudai lists as main risks "skin contact with a polluting bacterial substance that causes serious infectious diseases or exposure to dangerous chemicals that may leak into the diving suit" the Amudai also lists - the sewers, the danger of sinking to the bottom of reservoirs lined with a deep layer of feces and sewage waste and possible malfunctions as a result of the upwelling that prevails in the depths of the sewers, including injury by sharp objects or broken pipes. Hamodai and his friends demonstrated in front of their guests a correct and secure treatment procedure for a sewer blockage that caused an underwater evacuation pipe to explode. One of the observers of the action commented "that the tension in the control room was equal to that which prevails when monitoring the Amudai who handle ammunition or explosives" According to the Amudai there are some who were forced during their careers to engage in the rescue of unfortunates who drowned in the sewers as a result of a disaster or suicide and others who were swept into sewage reservoirs as a result of a flood and other natural hazards.
The "war tax" commando of the Russian army
With the resumption of military activity against terrorism and guerrillas in the Caucasus and the Russian Far East, changes in the tactics of operating special units were announced. The general headquarters of the "Red Army" is a name that has remained intact since the days of B.H.M. Mil. And the headquarters of the FSB federal security units defined as the "successors of the KGB" as well as the Shepar Corps established small units that were trained according to the lessons of the war in Chechnya and Dagestan. The military activity is considered to be the next seasonal following the weather changes and the renewal of the Mujahideen activity. A military spokesman said in Grozny, the capital of Chechnya, that new units make it possible to reduce the deployment of infantry and police forces "because the new tactics are based on precise operations described as a surgical scalpel." At the top of the list is a large commando unit, identified as "Alpha Force" which is a kind of mechanized patrol to Russian, which is trained and equipped to deal with a variety of terrorist incidents or anti-guerrilla warfare. A completely new unit that operates similarly to the undercovers of C. God. The word PENNON is derived from Latin and means "miracle of war" or a battle banner of the type that adorns a cavalry lance. According to the Mujahideen, a third unit equipped with attack helicopters was established. This unit is called "Sterla force" as the name of the N shoulder missile. From SA 7 known as "strella" the meaning of the word is "arrow".
A spokesman for the Russian army corps said that the Mujahideen have also updated their tactics and are operating small and special units led by an "emir/operational commander". These units, which include Arab volunteers, are attached to the "Yarmuk Brigades" as the units that change names and nicknames taken from the list of "martyrs/martyrs of the Mitzvah" one of the units The Mujahideen, defined as "extremely dangerous" and headed by a commander from a Saudi Wahhabi family, is the "Emir Haider Battalion". Preachers and teachers from the Arabian Peninsula came to the Caucasus and settled there at the end of the 18th century and others settled in the Caucasus at the turn of the 20th century
A military funeral after 207 years
Thirty-five coffins excavated from the island of Zaira and Holi, which lies off the coast of Alexandria, were reburied in a British military cemetery. The coffins were discovered by the "Admiral Nelson Society" which is a British historical organization that studies chapters from the history of the great English admiral, who was killed in the 19th century after being mortally wounded in the Battle of Trafalgar, a naval battle that took place at the height of the Napoleonic-Iberian Wars.
The coffins that were uncovered in Egypt by the Military Cemeteries Authority of the United Kingdom, contain the remains of sailors, the bones of several officers' wives and their children, as was the practice of those days, sometimes accompanied by their husbands, as well as the bones of two women who were washermen and seamstresses. A special British team, specializing in locating and identifying corpses from all the kingdom's wars since the 19th century, identified with certainty some of the coffins, including that of Commander James Russell, one of the admiral's assistants, who, like the rest of the corpses whose remains were reburied, fell during the important naval battle that took place in Abukir Bay. The battle ended in a brilliant naval victory for Nelson who managed to eliminate the French fleet that landed a shipping force under the command of the one who within a few years crowned himself "Emperor of the French"
After the fall of the Battle of Abukir, Napoleon decided to escape from Egypt and return to his base of departure in Italy. The expeditionary force, which was in fact abandoned to its fate by the "Great Chechen of France" was forced to surrender to the Turks and the English, an episode that opened a prolonged period of British control in Egypt and Sudan. An Anglican military chaplain presided over the funeral, which was held according to all the rules of the military ceremony. The researchers of the "Admiral Nelson Society" say they have new information, which could indicate the location of additional graves from that era, including "burial sites in Syria" which was the ruling administrative district in the north of Israel. British sailors and soldiers were killed, for example, during the British Turkish defense of Acre. An important port and fortress that managed to withstand a French siege.
He sold a kidney to be released from slavery
A young Pakistani man, who most of his adult life was a serf in the service of a wealthy businessman, sold a kidney to finance his release. The man, 25-year-old Omar Zardari, was "handed over" to his master when he was a 13-year-old boy in exchange for a loan that his parents received as a thug "as a source of funding for the purchase of seeds." Building materials and medicines" his becoming a serf was accompanied by accumulated interest, the sums of which did not allow redemption through his poor parents.
The employment of serfs, in a feudal style that survived from the Middle Ages or Tsarist Russia, is practiced to this day in Pakistan and Bangladesh as well as in various African countries and Latin America where kidney suppliers engage in kidnapping and even murder in order to "harvest" their blood.
The status of serfs, who are actually slaves who can redeem themselves with the equivalent of money and not through manual labor in the service of the employer, is not recognized by Pakistani law, but the legal, political and social system of Pakistan, which is fundamentally a tribal state, does nothing to stop this disgraceful phenomenon.
A senior urologist from Islamabad who decided to take advantage of the phenomenon of serfs as he said "to choose kidneys from healthy and suitable young people" opened a special clinic that serves foreigners or the local rich. The clients receive medical documents that describe the medical condition of the "donor", mainly regarding HIV/AIDS syndrome or addiction to hard drugs.
Serf Omer Zardari is not the first to sell a kidney transplanted into the body of an unknown tourist to a urologist. Another young man, who was also a serf in the service of the same employer, became famous when he sold a kidney to pay off a redemption debt in the amount equal to approximately three thousand American dollars. The young man redeemed himself and by the way tried to rehabilitate himself after ten years of serfdom, fell into heavy debts. The young man informed the urologist that he was ready to sell more organs. An investigation conducted by a Pakistani journalist revealed that what he called "the yield of the human vineyard" came as a collaboration between the surgeon who owns the clinic, an organ agent who locates candidates and the employer who is actually an employer in the full sense of the word.
The demand for "fresh" Pakistani kidneys is increasing against the background of the thawing of the Indian-Pakistani freeze, when among the consumers of the kidneys there are Indian patients who can now come to the neighboring country. The phenomenon of serfdom and the sale of organs in India was banned about ten years ago and offenders are severely punished.
The Pakistani investigator determined that the Indian ban raised the price of kidneys and other organs, which are traded on the black market, and thus it turns out that an Indian in need of a kidney can obtain a Pakistani kidney for as little as half the price on the local black market. Among other things, the entrepreneur - a urologist from Islamabad receives "export orders" from Europe... suitable kidneys are sent to them via balders, all in special packaging.
The phenomenon of selling organs also harms the illegal immigrant communities, for example those from the Indian subcontinent in the UK. A relatively new feature film dealing with the sale of illegal immigrant kidneys operated on by a Nigerian doctor, himself an illegal immigrant who operated makeshift operating rooms in a hotel, has caused a storm of spirits. It was also found that the phenomenon also exists in the United States. Also in North America it is a "harvest" collected from the bodies of illegal immigrants. The Pakistani Zardari said that one of the "agents" approached him with an offer to consider... selling an eye and even one of its sights.

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