Determining human evolution

New viruses like the one in China, currently threatening humanity, can be man-made and used as a terrorist tool. I got this idea from the Trump book, I’m currently reading when I’m waiting in doctors’ wating rooms for my appointments.

Terrorism is not depndant on the size of the country or their resources it depends on their ability to innovate.

Threats like viruses are the hardest to detect, prevent, determine and stop.

But then humanity right now channels human evolutions into the have’s and have-nots and those able to afford medical treatments get the chance to carry their human genes into the next generation, whilst the poor bastards are left to die.

That is what the current system implies in brash terms.

Governments have to invest in general happiness and not in productivity. Where democratic processes are prevented either through outright repression or monetary pressures, the danger of niche terrorism becomes louder.

 

 

It is the point

Just been warned by Facebook because I used an emotional word in reaction of the newsthat a plane crashed in Iran with the deaths of 176 and 3 Britons amongst those victims. I made a comment that obviously crashed out because Facebook seems to have a filter, which automatically prevents some words from being published.

I have been warned that if I ever use another word that is not acceptable by their filters my account may be restricted. I accepted that decision. Politeness is important but that politeness is the demise of Jeremy Corbyn. I am quoting Yahoo News here who published the following comment of J Corbyn: ““Soleimani is the head of special forces of Iran. They obviously operate in all kids of places that you or I would not agree with or want. That is not the point.”

Unfortnately for Mr Corbyn it is the point. The operations of any military force against whoever is the point.

The same article also states that Corbyn was paid by Iran to appear on their state TV.

It seems that Jeremy Corbyn’s naivity is beyond comprehension. He seems to argue like a school-child making points that bullying is always wrong and that heads of state should never bully another.

I think he doesn’t understand the concepts of political violence or not even the concept of indidvidual terrorist violence and how states or their employees can be involved in all of that. Whilst Jeremy Corbyn has criticised the Iranian record on Human Rights, that is not a free pass for all that happened or for his defence of that regime to be acceptable.

Whilst it is a commendable strategy by a publisher like Facebook to wipe out hate speech by using filters against certain words, it makes it a much longer process to proof nuisance politicans are actually useless because of their continued use of elaborate wordings makes it harder to proof the point.

I don’t even understand why Crobyn sees himself as judge and jury of recent American military actions.

 

Magnificent seven

selective focus photography of cowboy holding revolver pistol statue

Photo by Amaury Fernando on Pexels.com

Watched this film recenlty and the scenario in Mexico, where the crime lords attack the farmers for their crops, to feed those gang members, and then the cowboys fighting the attacking marauding gangs to obliterate them and secure the freedom of the village farmers and their families made me think.

Not so different those Mexican gangs with today’s Taleban. If Cowboys, like the Magnificent Seven hadn’t fought those crime gangs, we would today have a similar society to those of the Taleban.

Repression of civilians by crime gangs who extort local farmers for the purpose of controlling regions, driving locals into slavery and forcing women into slavery of gangs is the result of serving the criminal gangs.

The ultimate result is sexual expoitation of girls from the age of 9 and no freedom of choice to develop a civilisation.

Repressive societies do still exist and the atrocities being carried out there are ongoing.

The freedom of any culture needs to be preserved and for us, who are cultivated to accept freedom of expression and from slavery, we are constantly fighting off attempts to impinge on our freedoms.

Jeremy Corbyn is far removed from reality when he writes this letter asking whether the US informed the UK in advance about the neutralisation of Qasem Soleimani. It is something a child would do as part of a history exam.

The Labour Party needs to make a clear choice of cultural affiliation to get any serious following in this country.

Unfortunately an economic strategy must be aligend to a clear cultural affiliation but it seems that with Labour everything is mixed up and confusing. That will not win any elections.

how about the knife?

He was able to bring that very large knife into the conference

Watched a few programs now about that unfortunate event at London Bridge and it appears that the perpetrator had his unlimited sentence changed to a fixed sentence,  because of a Court of Appeal ruling, which allowed Khan’s release after half-time served and then be released on parole.

Under supervision, he applied to attend the conference near London Bridge and he was tagged.

He was able to bring that very large knife into the conference.

Why was he not stopped and searched or searched prior to entering the conference.

At another program someone said,Usman Khan would have attacked someone regardles of how long he was imprisoned for.

Obviously I have to agree that psychopaths will always pretend to be rependant and harmless for the purpose of comitting further offences. But simple searches or knife arches at the entrance of events, will help reduce the risk for those attending.

It is not really a matter of what law was better, it is a simple matter of reducing risk and searching for weapons on those in the premises.

Hurray, Baghdadi is dead

Very happy about this.  The oppression, repression, hate and violence that man embodied, has now been neutralised.

baghdadi-house

Picture from Msn

See latest MSN article about this.

Having read the harrowing witness statements of female hostages who were held by him, I could not feel good ’til this day.

One of the woman had her fingernails pulled out so that Bathdadi felt safe whilst he …..her.

I watched the Trump interview and he mentioned that he warned about Osama Bin Laden, prior to the attack on America’s Twin Towers and now I have bought the book.

 

Sectarianism

Sectarianism never works. It is, in my definition a violent pressure group, with specific cultural traits, that pressures an established government to allow those specific traits to prevail and if resisted fights for independence.

The Irish Sectarian movement have become clever and since they lost material support from the likes of Gaddafi they hush.

With the Kurds there is a peculiar problem, they have been used to fight Daesh – with US support – but now get hammered. But if the Kurds were clever, they would offer a truce to Turkey, let Turkey take over their land, occupied in Syria and then negotiate Syria’s Assad together with the Turks. Obviously the Russians wouldn’t support the Kurds because the Russians alrady support Assad. And fighting Syria and Russia v Turkey and the Kurds would attract international support, but as it is, the world just watches as Turkey hammers the Kurds. There have been escapes of Daesh prisoners already and it seems the previous problems are going to flare up again, which is quite unfortunate.

All Secterian movements are completely unflexible to other lifestyles. Of course that can be said about many cultures but what makes a group of people sectarian is, if they do not have the country to go with the lifestyle.

I suppose it is easy to manipulate any sectarian group anywhere in the world to cause trouble for the country or government they reside within. Any foreign power can supply the Resistance with weapons and get them to harrass the hated government.

I think it needs a world solution to this problem. With the ongoing climate change agenda, countries will need to learn to work together on that basis, perhaps they learn to put carbon footprints on the forefront of their thoughts, because wars are environmentally very damaging.

Perhaps we need a new world council, which decelerates wars. You can argue that nations have a right to defend themselves. This needs extraordinary amounts of weapons all around the globe. Weapons can be a deterrent but they also get used and inevitable cause immense destruction.

Here, we are back to sectarian groups who all think they have the right to be better and bigger.

 

Not Muslim

Muslims distance themselves from the atrocities that were carried out against a British soldier near the Woolwich barracks. Indeed when I first watched the gruesome scene, I thought that seems to be the action of some blood thirsty, depraved individual that perhaps belongs to some weird African sect rather than a Muslim.

Father Alan does some great work here in East London, where we had no reprisals against the Muslim community because of some idiot who wants to disguise witch doctor killings with Islam.

I think the men who did this bloody killing also tried to appeal to woman to understand them and have sympathy by apologising to woman that they had to watch this. Those men just looked for an excuse to be cannibalistic.  I think their behaviour was very tribal and completely out of context of modern thinking.

I think it is really good that Muslims distance themselves from this terror act, Muslim from the big Mosque in Whitechapel East London. Also the Woolwich Mosque condemns the attack.

But what some reactions show from further afield. is that there are elements in society that do not shy to attack religious groups because some deprived individuals pretend to act on their behalf. We must give the Muslims a chance to first publicly declare their reaction before we charge like Elephants in a porcelain shop as reaction to mad men. We cannot allow society to disintegrate into anarchy because it would not benefit us at all.

 

Where were the good guys?

In the meantime, the National Rifle Association of the USA better known as NRA, held a press conference about the Newtown shooting, with Wayne LaPierre, NRA saying: “Good guys with guns stop bad guys with guns”.

That statement followed the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school, that saw 20, 6-year old’s killed by a lone gunman who suffered from a personality disorder.

Of course in principle it is correct, that good guys stop bad guys, that’s why we have armed police and the army. But where were the good guys with guns?

Even I have called for more armed police officers in Britain to stop rogue shooters after a lone taxi driver went on a killing spree and for lack of armed officers he could not be stopped for a considerable amount of time. Here in the UK we already have strict gun laws, which practically forbid gun ownership for most of us.

Lets be practical to have good guys stop the bad guys, we would need a good guy with a gun, meaning an army soldier stationed at every street corner. Only army soldiers have he mentality to even recognise danger when it comes and are ready to respond in good time to stop those bad guys.

Even if you put armed guards in every school, then the bad guys are likely to just pick on some other soft target that hasn’t gotten an armed guard. But to properly protect all equally well we would need armed guards everywhere.

We would need an army run country without democracy and end up with a Military state. We are using our own army to dismantle other military states by stating that they are not democratic enough but in our own quarters the NRA practically calls for the setting up of one. At least that is my very own interpretation of their words.

Indeed in this very particular case Adam Lanza’s mother was the good guy with the guns that would have stopped the bad guy if the bad guy would not have taken her weapons to shoot her with them first. Showing that only specially trained good guys are able to prevent being killed with their own guns, leading further into the discussion of widespread military deployment to stop those bad guys everywhere.

Can a court order the military to take down missiles?

It is of quite significant importance that today an application will be heard before the High Court that challenges the right of the Army to deploy missiles within a residential area when they deem it necessary. The reasons given are Articles 1 and 8 of the Human Rights Act, reports the BBC.

If the application for Judicial Review is successful, then the army will have to take the missiles down until the review has been made, which is never going to happen prior to the Olympics.

Campaigners argue it stops a person’s right to a private and family life if missiles are on top of the roof, which is quite illogical as the army does not come into your flat at all. Also I cannot see the point on consultation as military decisions often have to me made in the spur of the moment and developments come along rather rapidly and situations are not always the same.

If campaigners win that application than theoretically the army would have to conduct public consultation  before engaging in any war or military action. That would be a great victory for the Anti-war coalition who would of course not want any military deployment from our side.

10 July 2012, the court rules that the residents are not entitled to a Judicial Review.

Are we being duped?

I think there is a real dangerous tendency happening in the UK to scrap policing and military in favour of banking and civil law enquiries and changes. It must be hugely expensive to carry out all the enquiries into banking, publishing and now also social care for youngsters among others numerous enquiries going on.

It is quite serious how policing is dismantled, army being reduced quite considerably and that all over the UK loses a lot of internal and external power to defend against foreign powers and internally against crime.

Amazingly though Labour and Conservatives and especially Liberal Democrats work hand in hand to reduce those law enforcement agencies.

It is remarkable how our external armies are slowly eroded, our internal police force gets constantly reduced and that defences are now placed on our buildings instead  of producing an overall better international defence through a well developed army.

We are getting the Syria effect in our own towns. I think our town would look like a Syrian one, should one of those missiles need to be fired in defence of attack. But it is good to know that the army has sorted out the defence problem against attack and found the best places to put those rockets. Our towns would look even worst if we would not have the missiles and allowed others just to drop bombs on us.

It is a stark fact of life that terrorists show little sympathy for their victims, they just want to cause carnage and I have not heard any criticism of terrorist attacks when I watched one anti-missile meeting on Youtube but only criticism of the army for putting defensive weapons for our protection.It’s nice to know that a protective cocoon has been put around us and the stadium so that our visiting athletes also can feel safe performing here.

I was disturbed when our vicar encouraged church goers to join the missile protest but was assured that the church does not have a common policy, but what individuals do within it is not binding on the whole congregation. Even the BBC remarked that the protest was relatively small and only few people marched at the most recent protest. But as the BBC also reports on 7 July 2012, there is now a legal challenge before the High Court to allow a Judicial Review into the matter.

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