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Tear gas !
In Macedonia, Police in Indomedi have now taken to tear gassing men, women, children of all ages, and babies.
Look at this gallerie of images, but at your own risk.
Absolute craziness! And unfortunately in Europe, where few refugees/ migrants have been placed, this is only the beginning.
"Hello? Prime Minister? Don't want dirty migrants in your clean country? OK. How about showing your face in the political world to do what is necessary to bring Peace in Syria? Could you do that? Use all available resources to put pressure on the involved parties, and bring Peace to Syria. Could you do that? All of these refugee problems would quickly disappear. Bring Peace, not warmongering and power plays by the "big guys." Could you do that? These people want to return home to Syria. They have already said so, many times. Could you spend a moment instead of hiding under your desk to avoid, "the refugee problem," and "the Big Guys," ... could you SendThemPeace? Could you do that? And thank you for your time."
Time to get these guys, and a few others, on the line ...
So. Did you call?
Were you told "They're too busy to take your call right now. Please call back..." ?
Press your politicians
to boycott all the products/ industry/ trades/ tourist industry, of all the warmongering countries that are keeping the Syrian war going on and on.
It's more than just terrorism. Are you kidding me? Follow the dollar, and the ruble, and the €uro.
Too busy to do that? Maybe the next canister of tear gas that you sniff will be in your neighborhood.
Who's to tell?
OK. I'm going to go calm down now ... Disgraceful!
Save this collage, paste it on your site, and share widely. Let the world know ...
And how fast are you moving today?
When little things start getting on your nerves,
look towards the sky.
"Sparkling at the center of this beautiful NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image is a Wolf–Rayet star known as WR 31a, located about 30,000 light-years away in the constellation of Carina (The Keel).
The distinctive blue bubble appearing to encircle WR 31a is a Wolf–Rayet nebula — an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other gases.
Created when speedy stellar winds interact with the outer layers of hydrogen ejected by Wolf–Rayet stars, these nebulae are frequently ring-shaped or spherical.
The bubble — estimated to have formed around 20,000 years ago — is expanding at a rate of around 220,000 kilometers (136,700 miles) per hour!
Unfortunately, the lifecycle of a Wolf–Rayet star is only a few hundred thousand years — the blink of an eye in cosmic terms.
Despite beginning life with a mass at least 20 times that of the sun, Wolf–Rayet stars typically lose half their mass in less than 100,000 years.
And WR 31a is no exception to this case.
It will, therefore, eventually end its life as a spectacular supernova, and the stellar material expelled from its explosion will later nourish a new generation of stars and planets."
How about you? "... nourished any new stars and planets" lately?
And here it is ....
Thanks NASA. Thanks Hubble.
Text credit: European Space Agency
Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt
News: Drones & Moans
Read the full story of this craziness here ... let's pitch in and get these boys an X-Box or Nintendo. Quick!
Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo - instability continues.
What can you posssibly do about this where you are ?
- Follow this link to learn what is happening from this interactive map, as though you were there, increasing your knowledge;
- With others, meet The Challenge when Democratic Republic of Congo becomes our Target in a few days.
Just how big a problem is this? How big is the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
Migrants : mise à jour (82 + 190 = 272)
Après 8 mois de débats et déclarations des gouvernements, combien des 850.000 migrants et chercheurs d'asile arrivés en Europe en 2015 ont été transférés de leurs pays d'arrivée pour être déplacés avec le but d'atteindre un emplacement permanent?
En Grèce, 82 migrant ont quitté. En Italie, 190. Ils sont partis pour la Suède, l'Allemagne, la France, l'Espagne, le Portugal, et la Finlande. Cela fait 272 à présent (non, pas de zéros omis après ce chiffre).
Si vous en doutez de ces chiffres, voici un rapport basé sur ceux fourni par la Commission Européenne.