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Posted 19 May 2016 - 02:32 AM

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The U.S. imperialists simply need to keep the world's people oppressed.
-Muammar al-Gaddafi


After 1815, no one could endure the Pax Britannica's oppressive tyranny, but since 1945 and the superseding Pax Americana, mankind is sinking into even more unfathomable abyss.
In today's americanized (euphemism:globalized) world, we are not easily scared, but such aftermath of Western colonialism should totally flip us out.
Our compassion for these lost Asian human brothers, turned under the yoke of the oppressors into walking deads. :scared:

So sad as the poor Pinoys lost all dignity along their genuine writing and rich culture only to be brainwashed after waves of European invaders destroyed their civilizations. This evil is of course not limited to European occupied Asian colonies, and also plaguing the occupied Americas. :(

Living Among the Dead

Aug 13, 2009

Manilla's North Cemetery is the city's largest, with 70 to 80 funerals a day - and more than a million buried here. For some Filipinos, this sea of tombs and bones, is also home.


Living among the dead in the Philippines’ Carreta Cemetery

October 16, 2015

In the Carreta Cemetery in Cebu City, the second largest city in the Philippines, the dead find little peace. The cemetery is overflowing,with coffins stored above ground — in some places stacked as many as six high. But for many poor Filipinos, the cemetery is home. Due to lack of affordable housing, thousands of Filipinos live, work, play and eventually grow old among the mausoleums and crypts of cemeteries. In this excerpt from America Tonight, Carsten Stormer spends time with a vibrant community of people who sleep — and make a living — on the graves of the dead

Must See Video: Carreta Cemetery


Living Amid Graves & Bones: The Philippines' Cemetery Slums

Published on Jul 22, 2015

Like many of its Asian neighbors, the Philippines has been site of rapid economic growth over the past two decades. Following a period of martial law and strict control over rural provinces, peasants and farmers began moving to the nation's capital, Manila, in the 1980s looking for better lives. However, many of these people remained on the margins of both society and the city itself. As the population boomed, slums began cropping up.

VICE Japan traveled to Manila in order to investigate conditions in one such slum inside Navotas Cemetery, where 6,000 men, women, and children currently live amid the graves and excavated human bones.

Optional Video: Cemetery slum

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 02:36 AM

Poor Indian zombies who lost all sense of dignity :bawling: :scared:

India: 72-year-old woman becomes first-time mum through IVF

Published on May 11, 2016

A 72-year-old woman was seen looking after her newborn baby in Amritsar, Wednesday. Daljinder Kaur gave birth to the boy in April following two years of IVF treatment.


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Posted 19 May 2016 - 03:04 AM

For 70 years, the Pax Americana has been busy turning the entire Planet into a huge cesspool of atrocities. :scared:

Dramatic Rescue: Newborn baby pulled from sewage pipes in China

Published on May 28, 2013

Firefighters in east China's Zhejiang Province rescued a newborn infant from sewage pipe on Saturday afternoon. The infant was found in the toilet sewage pipe in a residential building in the city of Jinhua at around 17:00 in the afternoon. Residents in the building reported to firefighting department that they heard baby crying in the toilet of the fourth floor.


Newborn baby found stuck in toilet sewer of college girls dormitory


A newborn baby was rescued from toilet sewer of the girls dormitory at a college in Linyi, Shandong province in the morning of September 14.

The firefighting department of Feixian County, Linyi city received a call at 5:21 am on September 14, saying that baby cries could be heard from the sewer of a public restroom in the dormitory building of female college students.

The baby, a girl just born, was stuck about 1.2 meter below the toilet in the sewer, which was an iron casting pipe with a diameter of less than 20 cm. The baby kept crying, her head was covered with blood, sewage and used toilet paper.

With the instructions of doctors, the firefighters firstly removed the toilet paper off the babys head so that she could breathe easier. They also prepared oxygen bottles for the baby girl in case the oxygen in the sewer ran out.

The fire fighters then divided into two groups for the rescue, with one group staying at the toilet of the fourth floor, where the baby fell into the sewer, and the other trying to disassemble the sewer pipe in the floor underneath.

After three hours effort, the baby was finally rescued out of the sewer and sent to the hospital. She is now in a stable condition.

It is learned that the mother of the baby was a female student in the college, who was giving birth to the baby in the toilet room when it slipped into the sewer.

Further investigation is underway.


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Posted 19 May 2016 - 03:10 AM

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Pax Americana making life on Earth like a concentration camp!! :bawling:

Police officer rescues abandoned newborn baby from cesspool

16 Mar 2016

Horror Video:

The above video can be expected if clinical abortions are as brutal as in the following below :scared:

Horrific Footage Showing Doctor Beating Patient on Operating Table Triggers Rectification of the Field

March 28, 2016


Local government of Hohhot, north Chinas Inner Mongolia held a press conference recently to update the public about the investigation on a horrific footage in which doctors beat a female patient on operating table.

The footage was confirmed to be taken in Dushi liren (city beauty) Hospital, which has now been halted. The doctor in the video surnamed Zhao has resigned and cannot be reached currently. Zhao is suspected of using forged medical licenses to practice medicine.

The investigation has triggered a citywide rectification in privately operated hospitals. 350 hospitals have been probed, 139 of which have been ordered to rectify, 3 halted, and 7 banned.

The said video has recently gone viral on Chinas social media. In the video, a woman seemed to lie on the operation table of gynaecology department. She and her two doctors got involved in an argument during the operation. A female doctor smashed the patients head with an infusion bag. After the patient lay back in fatigue, the doctor slapped her face continually and shoved her legs.



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Posted 22 May 2016 - 09:43 AM

Pax Americana true to its Roman barbarian forfathers, always hell bent on inventing ever crueler barbarity :bawling:
Sad, as there is no longer any bacterial desease that can't be destroyed with the use of particle accelerators, infectious disease should have been eradicated long ago in today's world.

Necrotizing fasciitis: flesh-eating bacteria

Published on Sep 20, 2015

Duc An was born in 1964, in Vietnam. He developed a strange disease 11 years ago. His face necrosis started to appear 4 years ago.

1 year ago due to his deteriorating condition, he could no longer eat normally, only pureed food poured through the throat.







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Not even Nobel Prize in Physics, experimental particle physicist and researcher at CERN and JINR, or official political opposition leader are longer spared!!
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Posted 17 September 2016 - 04:17 PM

Posted 22 May 2016 - 09:43 AM

Not even Nobel Prize in Physics, experimental particle physicist and researcher at CERN and JINR, or official political opposition leader are longer spared!!
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Eric Allin Cornell

Eric Allin Cornell (born December 19, 1961) is an American physicist who, along with Carl E. Wieman, was able to synthesize the first BoseEinstein condensate in 1995. For their efforts, Cornell, Wieman, and Wolfgang Ketterle shared the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2001.

Personal life

Cornell married Celeste Landry in 1995 mere months before the BEC experiment succeeded. Their first daughter, Eliza, was born in 1996, and their second daughter, Sophia, in 1998.

In October 2004, his left arm and shoulder were amputated in an attempt to stop the spread of necrotizing fasciitis. He was discharged from the hospital in mid-December, having recovered from the infection, and returned to work part-time in April 2005.


Alexandru Marin

Alexandru Adalbert "Alex" Marin (June 25, 1945 November 14, 2005) was an experimental particle physicist, a professor of physics at MIT, Boston University and Harvard University, and a researcher at CERN and JINR.

Marin was born in France and arrived in Romania at 3 months, with his father Gaston Marin, who was Jewish.

He received his Ph.D. in physics from the Central Institute for Physics in Bucharest in 1977. Before moving to the United States in 1983, he worked on high energy physics and astrophysics experiments in Romania, the Soviet Union and CERN. He was Principal Investigator for experiments carried out at CERN and at Dubna from 1974 to 1979, and from 1974 to 1983 was Principal Investigator for the Transition Radiation Experiment on the Intercosmos 17 satellite, and for the ASTRO1 and ASTRO2 experiments on the Romanian Astronaut flight.

After moving to the United States, Marin played leading roles in several large international experiments. He designed and built a laser calibration system for MACRO, a search for magnetic monopoles and other exotic hypothetical particles. He worked on the PBAR and EXAM anti-matter balloon experiments, which contributed to the design of the AMS magnetic spectrometer that was later flown on the Space Shuttle. For LIGO, the sensitive gravity wave experiment, Marin designed and built environmental monitoring systems.

At CERN, Marin designed and built the radiation monitor for the silicon tracker of the L3 experiment on LEP. In 1991, he proposed and developed a muon system concept for the Superconducting Super Collider that was virtually identical to the one later chosen for the ATLAS experiment. Marin was a long-term member of the ATLAS Muon Collaboration, and helped construct and install 81 end-cap muon chambers.

Marin was co-author on 266 publications during his career. He died suddenly in 2005 after contracting necrotizing fasciitis, a rare and rapidly progressing infection.


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Posted 17 September 2016 - 04:19 PM

Posted 22 May 2016 - 09:43 AM

Pax Americana true to its Roman barbarian forfathers, always hell bent on inventing ever crueler barbarity :bawling:
Sad, as there is no longer any bacterial desease that can't be destroyed with the use of particle accelerators, infectious disease should have been eradicated long ago in today's world.


Not only all infectious deseases but also cancer can of course easily and without any pain be cured while continuing normal life, with the use of particle accelerators. Proton beams with carbon primer producing V particles.
Below the quote from Dr Adlène Hicheur, a particle physicist at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN):

Posted 03/08/2016

I had plans to create new courses on sustainable development, new energy, and treatment of cancer using proton beams and carbon ions


And for seven decades now, this is how the Pax Americana via its Paris puppet regime's stooges is crushing anyone who dares reveal this kind of forbiden truth:

Posted 03/08/2016

Hicheur, who has consistently denied any links with terrorists, had told The Wire in January this year that he paid a price for being a highly-educated Muslim in France. People do not understand what it means to be a Muslim or a migrant in France these days. If you are an educated Muslim and doing well, they will bring you down. I was paraded as an example of a well-educated, self-radicalized and net-savvy terrorist. They wanted to punish me for my political opinions, Hicheur had said in the exclusive interview.

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For Other Globalisation by Milton Santos to talk about the wicked characters of globalisation.

Adlene Hicheur supporters at a rally in Lyon in 2011, demanding his release from detention.

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Posted 03/08/2016

How Top Physicist Adlène Hicheur Has Become a Pawn in the Game of Terror

In the guise of national interest, Brazil has deported the former CERN scientist to France, where he has been placed under house arrest.

In February, just three months after a terror attack in Paris on November 13 last year, the Human Rights Watch (HRW) released a report which revealed that the French government had carried out abusive and discriminatory raids and house arrests against Muslims under its sweeping new state of emergency law. France was placed under an emergency by President François Hollande a day after the carnage, which left 130 people dead, to prevent further attacks. But, the HRW report said, the emergency powers had created economic hardship, stigmatized those targeted, and have traumatized children of the countrys minorities mostly Muslims from the former French colonies.

The New York-based HRW was not the only western organisation to expose the abuse of Muslims in France. An Amnesty International report, published in the same week, said that hundreds have been left traumatised as France had put between 350 and 400 people under house arrest, but opened only five terrorism-related investigations. Despite such damning reports from the top human rights groups, only a few media organisations bothered to investigate how Muslims in France were living in the state of emergency. While an Al Jazeera report exposed how the police was placing restrictions on peoples movements so severely that they lost jobs and income, or suffered physically, a TIME magazine article revealed how the new anti-terrorism power allows police to obtain search warrants from municipal officials based on little information, rather than having to go to a judge with specific allegations.

Since November 2015, France has been on a high alert and in a state where a person can be locked up or put under house arrest on mere suspicion of having a link with a terrorist group.

The French connection

Adlène Hicheur has seen this movie before. In 2009, Hicheur was working with a European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) laboratory in Switzerland as a particle physics researcher, when he was arrested and thrown into prison for two-and-a-half years after being accused of association with an Al Qaida terrorist. The arrest of Hicheur, a French-Algerian, caused a global sensation. Big Bang scientist charged with terror ties, said a headline. Hicheur, who has consistently denied any links with terrorists, had told The Wire in January this year that he paid a price for being a highly-educated Muslim in France. People do not understand what it means to be a Muslim or a migrant in France these days. If you are an educated Muslim and doing well, they will bring you down. I was paraded as an example of a well-educated, self-radicalized and net-savvy terrorist. They wanted to punish me for my political opinions, Hicheur had said in the exclusive interview.

It was a controversial case in which he had the support of many renowned scientists and most of his colleagues. After being released from jail in 2012, he had nothing pending against him. Hicheur decided to move to Brazil to rebuild his life and follow his passion: physics. He arrived in Brazil in 2013 as a visiting researcher at the Brazilian Centre for Physical Research (CBPF) with the recommendation of the LHCb experiment at CERN and the director of EPFL at Lausanne, where he was working at the time of his detention. After one year at the CBFP, he passed an exam to be visiting professor at Rios federal university (UFRJ). His life was coming back on track. Or so he thought.

After almost three years in Brazil, Hicheurs ordeal is back to haunt him. Having been deported from Brazil on July 15, he is back in France, living at his parents house in Vienne, a pretty and historic town close to Lyon. But the beauty of the place is hardly an attraction to the scientist as he has been put under house arrest by the French police. He spends most of his time trying to understand the trap set in the process of me being deported from Brazil to France.

In Hicheurs mind, he has been a victim of illegal rendition, a situation where a foreign national is handed over by a country without the permission of a judicial authority to their home country where they could face torture or are held in breach of their human rights. In an exclusive interview with The Wire, Hicheur says he was forced to leave for France against his will, without a right to appeal. Escorted by three Brazilian federal police officers on the plane to Paris, he was delivered as if ordered by the French police, says Hicheur, recalling the day the police came knocking at his door in Rio de Janeiro.

I was sitting at my home, participating in the second Editorial Board reading of a paper I had recently prepared on the search for annihilation decays of Bc mesons. Someone knocked on my door and I interrupted the meeting to see who it was. An agent of the Federal Police told me that on the following Wednesday (July 20, 2016), I would need to go to the police office and that he would leave a paper in my mailbox with the time of the appointment.

As soon as Hicheur went downstairs to check his mailbox, he saw a team of policemen in the building and a second team in the street. One policeman approached me: Sir, have you been informed of your deportation order?. I said to him that it was impossible as my status was regular and legal. Then one of them answered: It is a political decision coming directly from the minister of justice, and my ordeal started all over again.

According to a statement from the Brazilian government, a summary deportation is an extraordinary measure that is done when national interest demands the immediate withdrawal of an individual because of the inconvenience of their presence in the country.

But the deportation order signed by the Brazilian minister of justice Alexandre de Moraes has been described by experts as arbitrary, full of illegalities, and a disguised illegal expulsion without the right to defence. Vanessa Berner, a professor of law at UFRJ and coordinator of the Human Rights Laboratory, says the use of the word deportation is not correct in this case. Under our deportation law, a person is sent to their country of origin or to another as per their consent, and it can only be done if the foreigner does not withdraw voluntarily from Brazil after being duly notified. A person cant be sent to a country where there is threat to his life or freedom on account of race, nationality, religion or political opinion, according to the American Convention on Human Rights, Berner told The Wire. Hicheur was illegally expelled from the country.

It was for a reason that Hicheur did not want to go to France. To him, it was clear that he was in danger of having his freedom restricted because of the emergency laws. I was delivered illegally to France. I asked them to send me to Algeria. My Brazilian visa was granted on my Algerian passport. It was worse than illegal deportation. I was delivered to the French, says Hicheur, talking to The Wire over Skype from Vienne.

Liberty and equality?

At the Rio airport, Hicheur was not treated as someone who was being deported but as a suspect who was being sent to another country on its request. I only found out my final destination about 30 minutes before I was taken in a car directly to the aircraft. I was accompanied by three policemen who were with me until Paris, says the physicist.

Hicheurs Brazilian colleagues, who were present at the Rio airport through the day, confirm that he was treated as if being delivered by Brazil to France on request from that country. I was shocked. It was in practice an illegal extradition without trial, says Ignacio Bediaga, president of the National Network of High Energy Physics, who was at the airport along with the rector of the UFRJ, Roberto Leher, and the university vice chancellor, Denise Nascimento.

Their fears came true as soon as Hicheur landed in Paris. On my arrival in Paris, the French police took me directly from the plane and told me that I would be under house arrest due to the state of emergency.

His freedom was gone in minutes. All my documents have been taken. I only have a temporary identity card. I cant cross the limits of Vienne. I have to mark my presence three times a day at the local police station. I cant go outside between 8pm and 6am. Any deviation from these measures means jail and/or a fine.

France is in panic mode but its the people like Hicheur a Muslim in the crosshairs of security agencies who are also living in terror. There is a feeling of fear in the air. Everybody is scared. The fact that you can be put under house arrest any time or picked by the police is not a very comfortable situation, says Hicheur, speaking from his home in Vienne. Its a terrible feeling to lose all your freedom for nothing.

The Brazilian police have expelled Hicheur from their country for no reason and the French have put him under the house arrest in their territory again for no reason but the scientific world continues to admire him as a brilliant mind that has made enormous contribution to particle physics in Brazil. During his stay in Rio, Hicheur impressed many with his sheer brilliance. In recent days, Hicheur worked on his second academic article in six months a rarity. In an article for the extremely prestigious journal, Physical Review Letters, he wrote about a discovery made on the process of disintegration of a rare subatomic particle, Bc.

When arrested first time in 2009, Hicheur got support from the community of scientists from across the world. Now, as he is caged again, top physicists are standing by him. This week, in a letter signed by more than 40 Brazilian physicists, including Ronald Cintra Shellard, the CBPF director, and Sergio Resende, a former minister of science, the teachers expressed their solidarity to Hicheur. We express our extreme concern with the process of arbitrariness deportation since it was done without any clear justification to UFRJ, the institution with which Hicheur has a valid work contract approved by its various boards, said the letter.

A pawn in the game

The scientists are swearing by Hicheurs research capability but in the bigger game he is apparently just a pawn. On July 15, the Brazilian federal police told him that his deportation was a political decision. But the note from the ministry of justice, says that the decision was based on a recommendation of the federal police, which had dismissed his application for the extension of his work permit in Brazil. This claim ignores the fact that his request for an extension of his work permit is still under consideration of the labour ministry. At the airport, they tried in vain to make me sign a statement in which I accepted that I was illegal in Brazil, says Hicheur.

There were several other indications suggesting that Brazil was in a hurry to hand Hicheur over to the French. At the airport on July 15, even as his colleagues were running around to find his status, the federal police gave wrong information to the UFRJ Teachers Union lawyer who was trying to file a petition in the Supreme Court to challenge his deportation. Before he could move the court, the federal police told the lawyer that the flight had already departed at 10pm, despite the fact that Hicheur was still on the ground. The plane left at 11pm, says Hicheur.

Hicheurs deportation from Brazil has happened in a context. With Brazil set to host the Olympics next week, the new anti-terror law, approved by Brazils Congress just before President Dilma Rousseff was impeached, is coming into play. Widely criticised by human rights group, the new legislation allows anyone who is accused of committing or planning to commit crimes as minor as damage to public and private goods to be charged with terrorism. Its no secret that Brazil adopted this law under pressure from western countries. While the debate on the Bill was going on, Brazils former finance minister Joaquim Levy and other members of the government had claimed the law is needed for Brazil to conform to the rules set by the Financial Action Task Force, an intergovernmental organisation founded by the G7 to combat money laundering and terrorism financing. They had argued that rejecting the law puts future foreign investments in Brazil at risk. This week, Brazils new defence minister confirmed that the law had been enacted under pressure from foreign governments, otherwise Brazil could not host the Olympics.

In this global game of terror, while Brazil seems keen to show its proximity to France even at the cost of violating the human rights of a top scientist, Hicheurs country of origin Algeria is in denial mode. When contacted by The Wire to find out if the Algerian embassy would protest Hicheurs deportation from Brazil, an embassy official in Brasilia said that he was not even registered with them. Mr Adlène Hicheur is not registered in the consular services of the Embassy of Algeria in Brazil and had no contact with our embassy during his stay in Brazil, said the embassy in an email. Its a huge lie, says Hicheur, displaying an official document to The Wire that clearly shows he had registered as an Algerian national at the embassy.

The Algerian embassys response worries Hicheur as, fearing violation of his rights in France, he had requested to be sent to Algeria. ​​You can imagine what would be my situation in Algeria. This is very disturbing. I am afraid worse things will happen in the coming days, says Hicheur.

His fears are not baseless. Hicheur carries two passports but is almost like a state-less person. He has a work permit for Brazil, but has been forced to leave the country. On Wednesday, Hicheurs appeal against his house arrest was rejected by a French tribunal. Now, he will be under house arrest for next six months till the emergency is lifted in France. With restrictions on his movements and living under the gaze of police, he is feeling trapped in a situation where he fears further violation of human rights.

Hicheur seems to be caught in an absurd game where suspicion and fear feed each other. In Brazil, he was seen with suspicion because of his past in France. That also probably became the basis for his expulsion from the country. Now, France is treating him like a suspect because of his deportation from Brazil. That is also the official reason for him being under house arrest. This is a proof that this case was made with the objective of targeting me. It is to finish my future, says Hicheur.

The experience has also made him a bit bitter about Brazil, where he tried to make contribution to teaching and research. I dedicated my whole self to honour my commitments. I had plans to create new courses on sustainable development, new energy, and treatment of cancer using proton beams and carbon ions, he says. And look how I am treated. All my colleagues are witness to my enthusiastic engagement in building something important in Brazil, he adds, with a tinge of sadness in his voice.

But Hicheur is not giving up on his passion: physics. He recalls the words of one of the Brazilian police officers who escorted him from his apartment in Rio to the airport. I do not agree with what they are doing to you. I know you have an important job in our country, the policeman told him on the way to airport.

Now, far from Brazil and under house arrest in France, Hicheur will continue his scientific collaboration with CERN and the UFRJ. They want to destroy my career and my life, but I will not let my passion for physics die, says Hicheur. I cant let them win this game.

An old photograph of his CERN days from Adlène Hicheurs personal album


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