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    • karen Vaughan
    • 05.04.13 | 08:22 (IDT)

    This must be seen in the light of international conditioning and brainwashing, that people are, "subsisting" (taking care of their own needs - living with their own means) are prevented from doing so. Many examples all over the world in history which eventually led to big wars, can be explained; outside Mossel Bay, South Africa, a farmer, looked after a small herd of sheep, very succcessfully but over and over again, theives came in the night or in the day when they were in town and the carcasses were sometimes found, just with the throat cut, half skinned, sometimes all the meat taken, at various stages of their growth. I know this is a deliberate attempt to starve these people out, and if you make a spider map, then you can see that previously healthy people are then sent to a clinic, to take care of needs, which obviously, will never be taken care of there. Work, food, exercise, health, autonomy, self esteem, is nothing that these people can give back to this person. I would not be surprised if this old man is now, lying in a bed, not doing anything with his day - everyone must work to the last day. I tell you another story - There was a man in Portugal with his shop and his field, and one day, comes into his house to drink coffee after looking after his field, sits down and dies. His nephew in Zimbabwe, gets the message, and he is crying, but against everything I could not help laughing and thinking that this called for a celebration, someone dying, on their own time, in their own place. the only real example I have!

    from the article: Palestinian shepherd, 80, beaten unconscious near settlement
    First published 21:07 03.04.13 | Last updated 21:07 03.04.13
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