Syria released Berjas Aweidat, 47, of Majdal Shams on Monday after 13 years in jail. His brother has spoken to him by telephone. 'I asked him how he was, he says he's OK.'08:31 05.05.16 | 0 comments
Use community centres & in rehabilitation all over to tell people the truth about these international limitations which prevent a government from each person having everything on the Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of Needs. Richard Holbrook did some legislative work making work home & food a security issue. Speak about this maybe then you will begin to believe this & find a completely new solution at the same time for everybody in the middle east. The only way to stop this is to keep people working until you have all of these things. The torture by devices which have been advertised in the time magazines including stun guns on your own front page to stop people speaking is a reality. There is nothing really such as psychaitry actually; it ends up being a whole lot of experimentation on a perfect system made by God as Solzenitsyn says in "Candle in the Wind". To stubbornlu hold to this even if the whole world goes on with these definitions of a person's condition is to be solving the wrong problems & how much of the South African Budget is spent of imaginary diseases, when our body's right down to the very cells are being destroyed by sonar & electricity & we all knew this in Zimbabwe. Infertility easily results living under electricity lines & now the telephone lines also have electricity in them; this infertility is a result of breakdown of the original DNA which might have made a child. This makes sense! Stopping people from dying peacefully when there is nothing to be done to stop this torture & the people themselves know the pain & lethargy has now taken them beyond the present does not make sense.