Human Rights in the UK, Dr. Bijlani defends justice

United Kingdom. Unlawful judges breach human rights of top London barrister

by Aisha Bijlani - Barrister, Doctor. Dr Aisha Bijlani, of Indian origin, is the first UK barrister to have sued her workplace, 4 New Square, for race discrimination in 2008 and 2013, and the Bar Council for contempt of the Bar’s Code of Conduct.     UK courts have been “party to improper conduct” each day since … Continue reading United Kingdom. Unlawful judges breach human rights of top London barrister

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SOMALIA. Six-foot stalks of corn. Somali transplants

by Brian MacQuarrie - reporter. NEW GLOUCESTER, Maine — Six-foot stalks of corn crowd a small rise at Intervale Farm, a 19th-century spread of rolling fields that lead to the Royal River.     It’s a picture of vintage Maine, but there’s something new: farmers clad in swirling, vibrant, dazzling colors rather than grass-stained denim and John Deere … Continue reading SOMALIA. Six-foot stalks of corn. Somali transplants

PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Clandestine radioactive experiments

PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Clandestine radioactive experiments in Australia and Papua new Guinea

by Johan van Dongen - CEO at Microsurgical Educational Institute and Secrets of Aids and Ebola Blog. Netherlands Medical research and investigation reveal that Germany, Belgium, Canada, Australia and the Netherlands, were actively engaged in human experimentation, however, there is more evidence that the ingenious natives of Papua New Guinea, were also used for experimentation. The arrest … Continue reading PAPUA NEW GUINEA. Clandestine radioactive experiments in Australia and Papua new Guinea

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BELGIUM. Black Belgian AIDS patients and depleted uranium

by Johan van Dongen - CEO at Microsurgical Educational Institute and Secrets of Aids and Ebola Blog. Netherlands German SS doctors who had infants with radioactive cow's milk contaminated with microorganisms during the Second World War are, of course, suspicious, even though they only stayed until after the war.   We know about black Belgian Aids patients … Continue reading BELGIUM. Black Belgian AIDS patients and depleted uranium

Babies and children were used as subjects for medical experiments

NETHERLANDS. Aboriginal children used as lab rats for medical experiment

by Johan van Dongen - CEO at Microsurgical Educational Institute and Secrets of Aids and Ebola Blog. Netherlands The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon the rights of foreigners.   “During the twentieth century, babies and children in orphanages and Homes, mainly made up … Continue reading NETHERLANDS. Aboriginal children used as lab rats for medical experiment

SOUTH AFRICA. Xenophobia

by Elena Botts - Lawyer for Human Rights Washington, District Of Columbia The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon the rights of foreigners.   The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon … Continue reading SOUTH AFRICA. Xenophobia

On this day of reflection on the life of Martin Luther King

USA. On this day of reflection on the life of Martin Luther King

Martin Edwin Andersen - Writer. Historian. Strategic Communications Specialist On this day of reflection on the life of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., @ADMKurtWTidd should be asked how U.S. Southern Command squares respect for Dr. King's work with a continued preference for certain "older (much older) white males." (Please read to the end ... ) Racist … Continue reading USA. On this day of reflection on the life of Martin Luther King