I wish you all a very Happy and Peaceful Christmas.
- Let us hope that the New Year will bring Peace and Justice to the WORLD and that 2009 will bring a very special Peace to all Mankind.
- Let us say :
- War is over let us Feed the World and let us Love our Neighbour as Ourselves.
What a Shame…It is a shame on us all…Why..because we are letting this go on…What a shame on the World for letting a mad evil man called…
Robert Mugabe get away with this:
The “grim” discovery was made at a government-run cholera treatment centre in Chegutu, south of Harare, by the aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres, which found patients with no supply of food or even water.
“Dead people were lying everywhere,” said Luis Maria Tello, MSF’s medical co-ordinator in Chegutu, which has one of the highest cholera fatality rates in the country.
According to the latest UN figures, 1,123 people have died, with almost 21,000 cases recorded.
Shame Shame Shame on us all.
Write to your MP, Write to your Church, Write to your Friends,Write to THE UN, Write to the African League
TELL THEM THIS HAS TO STOP.
Stop this Mad Man Robert Mugabe.
Make it your pledge this week to write to people in power and say enough is enough please stand up to this man and give Zimbabwe back to it’s People.
Please Please take time to do this…. it could make such a change to tens of thousands of people in Zimbabwe and help save many lives.
Please leave a comment if you are willing to write to someone soon to try and help the people of Zimbabwe
They are at it again…when will Japan realise that there is no need for Whale hunting…..Why are they allowed to kill these majestic Animals…….They need to be stopped and stopped now!!!…..
What do you think!!!
Japanese whalers have been accused of violating a whale sanctuary by hunting in an Australian marine reserve.
Environmental organisation Sea Shepherd claims to have located the Japanese whaling fleet operating within the Australian Antarctic Economic Exclusion Zone.
In Tokyo, officials in the Far Seas Fisheries Division of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries could not be contacted, while calls to the Japan Whaling Association were not returned.
Let us tell them Loud and Clear
Stop killing Whales!!!
Two young gay men about to be hanged in Iran.
This was from the blog Will and Testament http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/ni/
Homosexuality is illegal in nearly half of the world’s nations. In most of those countries which ban consensual adult same-sex relationships, the penalties range from a few years in jail to life imprisonment. But in the case of seven countries, all governed by Islamic law, the sentence is death.
Two of those countries, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria, will sit on the U.N. Human Rights Council in 2009. The picture here shows two young gay men about to be hanged in Iran.
The most complex, “mind-boggling” crop circle ever to be seen in Britain has been discovered in a barley field in Wiltshire.
The formation, measuring 150ft in diameter, is apparently a coded image representing the first 10 digits, 3.141592654, of pi.
It is has appeared in a field near Barbury Castle, an iron-age hill fort above Wroughton, Wilts, and has been described by astrophysicists as “mind-boggling”.
Lucy Pringle, a researcher of crop formations, said: “This is an astounding development – it is a seminal event.”
Who Put these up?
The officer was sent to open the building at Waltham Abbey, Essex, but fled after spotting the tiny creatures and refused to start the night-shift.
The station was closed for two hours on December 5 until the firefighter was ordered back to work by bosses.
Waltham Abbey has a single fire engine and is crewed by regulars during the day but at night retained part-timers take over and answer any emergency calls.
A fire brigade insider said: “He may have a phobia about mice which is odd because firemen have to deal with all sort of animals in their work – including things like angry bulls – so a mouse should not have been a problem. “
Two teddy bears have been sent on a space mission, propelled 100,000ft into the stratosphere on a weather balloon.
The toys, named MAT and KMS, were decked out in custom-made space suits and launched more than 18 miles above the Earth in the four-hour expedition.
A laptop attached to a webcam captured these stunning images of the bears looking down on Earth from nearly 100,000ft.
Pupils from nearby Parkside and Coleridge community colleges assisted scientists by creating space suits to stop the teddies from freezing solid
Thia Unsworth, 12, from Parkside College, helped to design the spacesuit for MAT.
She said: “It was unbelievable to see the balloon take off and it’s incredible to see the pictures of the teddy bears in space.