Typical Viewpoint From Wealthy! – Brit who caused outrage over ‘poor people’ comments flees Singapore after losing job

Brit who caused outrage over ‘poor people’ comments flees Singapore after losing job

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Street Democracy writes:

Unfortunately this is to desensitise the masses here in the West, to indirectly promote the ruling elites attitude towards the poor as the new thought of the decade.

It is to advertise what the rich actually believe as they new spirit of the age.

However, it is nothing compared to what the rich really think of the poor, this is still to come out but I am sure it will. 

I know some elites believe the poor are a drain on resources, are a waste upon this planet. They are a financial burden, a social annoyance and a drain also on the economy and that’s just the Tory Party in the UK!

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Squalid living of destitution, severe poverty, mocks the illusion, the lie of a social democracy on a large political landscape across each nation.

Our venal economic masters are guilty of many things but financial disparity is definitely one of them.

They are guilty of failing the ‘trickle down effect’ and taking all the wealth of each nation and manipulating the financial system to produce a corrupt form of capitalism.

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We were blinded into thinking our world could even support a capitalist system.

Poverty is victimhood by force, it is by evil and satanic corporate agents that drains the local economy from all over the globe that inflicts such economic harm and then these ruling elites, the extravagant wealth of the world, demonise those they have robbed.

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A monetary system that is a lie. Money is a man made which is made from thin air. It has no relation to precious metals across the seas, it is just a cashier asleep bank person typing digits onto a screen.

This man knows it. There attitude is, there are those with power and those without and those without are useless eaters only worth enslaving to keep them to a life style they demand. The rest are disposable.

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‘A British businessman who mocked the poor has fled Singapore after receiving death threats and losing his job as a wealth fund manager.

Anton Casey caused an uproar in the country after posting a series of abusive photographs on Facebook where he called a local taxi driver a “retard” and referred to commuters as “the poor”.’

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The Fattening Farms of Mauritania – Force-Feeding Young Girls in the name of Beauty

The Fattening Farms of Mauritania – Force-Feeding Young Girls in the name of Beauty

‘While the whole world is obsessed over getting thin, it seems there are far-flung places in the world today where fat is still considered a thing of beauty. Not in a good way, though. In the West African nation of Mauritania, it is so important for girls to be fat that they are sent away to fat camp – the opposite of the western version – during school holidays, to put on oodles of weight.

According to women’s rights campaigner Mint Ely, girls as young as five are subjected to the tradition known as Leblouh each year. Leblouh is an attempt to groom young girls for potential suitors, involving the consumption of gargantuan amounts of food; even vomit, if it refuses to stay down. Ely says that in Mauritania, a woman’s size indicates the space she occupies in her husband’s heart. So to make sure no other woman can ever have room, girls are sent away for Leblouh at special farms where older women will administer the necessary diet. It’s rather appalling to know that 5, 7 and 9-year-olds are expected to consume a daily diet of two kilos of pounded millet mixed with two cups of butter and 20 liters of camel’s milk. Their daily consumption comes up to a whopping 16,000 calories.’

Read more: The Fattening Farms of Mauritania – Force-Feeding Young Girls in the name of Beauty

The Destabilization of Africa. A Machiavellian Intrigue of Colossal Proportions

The Destabilization of Africa. A Machiavellian Intrigue of Colossal Proportions

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Street Democracy writes:

They want Africa, minus the masses of black African’s.

They are working towards disposing the many African’s but maybe just keep enough to work the cogs of their dirty corrupt, oil corporate machines.

These elites are the whores of Babylon, completely parasitical in nature and foaming at the mouth over profits, wealth creation and mass land take over.

They want Africa for their own back garden as their own lands.

They have been biologically weaponising vaccines for ever to reduce the populations, to disease the people of life and free up the land.

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These sick and twisted ruling elites have no empathy for the black African and have propagandised to create war torn situations of division, civil war and unrest.

Divide and conquer is an old method these psychopathic corporate whores know too well and it never fails.

Manufactured wars are both experimental, depopulation programmes, money making death machines from death squads of governments all over the so called civilised world.

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War clears precious lands so soldiers are the corporate land grabbers. They legalise murder on a mass scale, genocide, to land create for corporate intervention and move in.

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South Sudan, which contains vast oil reserves, borders Ethopia, Uganda, Kenya, Central African ‘Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Spread of its crisis would further destabilize a significant part of Africa. Clearly, Western-style “democratic elections,” the panacea touted by Western agencies such as National Endowment for Democracy, and related Western NGOs, have not only failed to provide stability and enhanced standards of living for many countries where they have been implemented (or imposed, militarily by US-NATO intervention, such as in Iraq and Libya and Afghanistan), but are beginning to appear to be the precursor of ethnic and social violence and disintegration in many notable instances in Africa, and not only in Africa.

On September 20, 2013, at the opulent Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya endured a deadly terrorist attack that slaughtered more than 40 people, including several Europeans. The Al Qaeda affiliated Shabab, the Islamic jihadist group based in Somalia took responsibility for the attack, ostensibly in reprisal for Kenya’s participation in the African Union’s mission to combat Shabab’s domination of large areas of Somalia.’

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For Drug Corporations, Aiding the Sick and Poor Is Bad Business

For Drug Corporations, Aiding the Sick and Poor Is Bad Business

‘A simply-worded headline in Monday’s New York Times crystallizes the often ignored tension between the proliferation of disease among the global poor and the interests of the for-profit pharmaceutical industry by declaring: “India’s Efforts to Aid Poor Worry Drug Makers.”

As the Times reports—much to the chagrin of the “business groups, legislators and drug makers in the United States”— India has increasingly challenged patent protections in order to care for their impoverished population by allowing the production of less costly, generic versions of numerous drugs.

Citing just once example, in a country where roughly half those diagnosed with breast cancer die from it, in part due to the soaring cost ($18,000 per treatment) of one of the most effective drugs, India’s pioneering stance against the world’s largest pharmaceutical corporations has the business “world watching” as the country strives to bring more affordable medicines to its people, especially the poor.’

Read more: For Drug Corporations, Aiding the Sick and Poor Is Bad Business

Nestle to Get Sued Over Slave Labour Claims

Nestle to Get Sued Over Slave Labour Claims

‘Nestle is facing allegations that it used cocoa plantations in Africa that employed slave labor.

Three residents of Mali sued Nestle USA in U.S. federal court in 2009 claiming they were forced as children to work without pay and were abused at Ivory Coast plantations that supplied Nestle with cocoa.

They brought their case to the United States and based it on the Alien Tort Statute (ATS). The plaintiffs, named as John Does, said they couldn’t get justice in the Ivory Coast due to its “notoriously corrupt” court system.’

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You mean This Polio Vaccine?: Bill Gates and Polio: ‘New vaccines can help reduce population by 10-15%’

‘“The mainstream media has been busy hailing the supposed success of India’s polio vaccine campaign over the past few years, with many news outlets now claiming that the disease has been fully eradicated throughout the country. But what these misinformation puppets are failing to disclose is the fact that cases of non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP), a much more serious condition than that caused by polio, have skyrocketed as a result of the vaccine’s widespread administration”’ Read more …

‘In the aftermath of one of the strongest storms to ever strike land, the most dangerous place for children in the Philippines to be right now could very well be the evacuation centers, or living near one.

This past week, the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF began an aggressive program to vaccinate more than 500,000 children with the measles and polio vaccines in the typhoon affected areas of the Philippines. They have already vaccinated more than 30,000 children in Tacolban, one of the worst hit areas.

“It is virtually unprecedented that within two and a half weeks of a disaster of this scale, with this level of devastation and these logistical challenges, that a mass vaccination campaign is already rolling out,” reported Dr. Julie Hall, WHO representative in the Philippines.

The children are being vaccinated for measles and polio, in spite of the fact that measles rates are very low and declining in the Philippines, and that there has not been a single case of polio in the Philippines since 1993.’

Read more …No Polio in the Philippines Since 1993, But Mass Polio Vaccination Program Targeted for 500,000 Typhoon Victims Under Age Five

Normalisation of Child Rape For School Children in South Africa!!!

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Street Democracy writes:

Deeply disturbing, deranged and sickening to the stomach to see educational members of staff normalising the rape of a baby, teaching children of grade 12 this is a normal situation… is shocking beyond words.

There is no mention of these so called educated elites hitting government with sanctions until they clean up the suffering the poor neighbourhoods are enduring.

No these educated puppets, robots have accepted this way of life in the shanty towns of South Africa and are now enforcing this sickening image to normalise it, and standardise it, for these children to grow up in.

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‘A question in the matric dramatic art exam this week, where pupils were asked to describe how they would stage the rape of a baby using a loaf of bread and a broomstick as props, has horrified teachers, parents and pupils.

The Department of Basic Education, however, stood by its decision to include the question, with its spokesman, Elijah Mhlanga, saying that a subject, like the rape of a 9-month-old baby, was “not new” to a Grade 12 pupil.

“By the time pupils are in matric, they have begun to be faced with the realities of adulthood, often beyond the security of their homes and the school system,” he said on Tuesday.’

Read more: South African Education: Uproar Over Matric Rape Question

Bill Gates’ Polio Vaccine Program Eradicates Children, Not Polio

‘In the depths of cyberspace lurks a press release written by the CDC, confirming that the OPV, or oral polio vaccination, given to millions of children throughout the developing world, is causing them to develop vaccine-induced polio.

Instead of banning the vaccination, as one would expect, the CDC has decided in its wisdom that the best way to tackle the problem is to maintain a high rate of vaccination in all countries!

Yes, that is correct. The CDC recommends maintaining a high rate of vaccination, vaccinating as many children as possible with a vaccine that causes polio.’

Read more: Bill Gates’ Polio Vaccine Program Eradicates Children, Not Polio

UN puts Haiyan death toll at 4,460

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A girl runs past debris on the 7th day of Typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban, the Philippines, November 14, 2013.

Street Democracy writes:

There are many dark, sinister and twisted angles to this disaster. One being, is where is all the money for Haiti gone?

Where is it sitting and why are the social structures of the run down areas not being fully funded, re-built and re-stored from the billions raised by good hearted people around the globe?

Why do they sit and live in rubble, derelict buildings? Look at the speed China, South Korea and Chicago were built, with some obsessive speed of erecting buildings almost daily, yet Haiti is so slow it has practically stopped. Why?

Read: Where Did The Millions For Haiti Go Too?

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‘The United Nations says around 4,500 people have lost their lives in Typhoon Haiyan that hit the Philippines, disputing figure announced by the national disaster council.

The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said on Friday that the regional taskforce of the Philippines National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) on Wednesday gave the number of 4,460.

“As of 13 November, the government reported that 4,460 people have died,” the OCHA stated.’

Read more: UN puts Haiyan death toll at 4,460

Where Did The Millions For Haiti Go Too?

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Street Democracy writes:
When our corrupt ruling elite control the airwaves, all routes of communications, travel and see everything going on, suspicions should be aroused with so much money involved being shipped from millions of pockets to one set place.
Where has $9.5 billion dollars gone? Haiti looks as bad as it did when the hurricane first hit. The buildings are damaged still, the infrastructure may have had millions spent, government, governmental policies for future corporations to move in.
But…what about the people, the homes, communities and the social structure?
Now the Phillipines have been hit and I see millions of souls, good people around the world doing the same. Sending money to known charities who may have good intentions but when the money is handed over, it may well disappear as with Haiti’s collections.
If you read the next headline, it makes you wonder if the Phillipines is being forced to re-design by a severe hurricane, maybe as punishment for not wanting the US in!?!
On 5 November 2013, it was reported that the USA and the Philippines are in disagreement about the USA’s wish for a much increased military presence in the Philippines.
In October 2013, US Secretary of State John Kerry cancelled a visit to the Philippines. The USA wants access to Philippine military bases and wants to bring in aircraft, ships and other equipment to the Philippines.
The Philippines Defense Secretary, Voltaire Gazmin, said there is a dispute about whether the Philippines or the USA will control these bases. 
Gamin said: “What will happen if we won’t have access? Those bases will look like their bases.”
The Philippine Senate voted in 1991 to close down major U.S. bases.

Public donors pledged $9.5 billion in relief and recovery aid to Haiti for 2010 to 2012. About $5.9 billion had been disbursed by the end of September, though disbursed does not always mean spent. Figures do not include money – at least $1.5 billion – spent by private groups.

Nearly three years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, uncleared rubble and ruined buildings remain in downtown Port-au-Prince. Vegetable vendors worked amid the debris.

Haiti Hunger Worse Than Ever, Children Especially Vulnerable: Experts

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BELLE ANSE, Haiti — The hardship of hunger abounds amid the stone homes and teepee-like huts in the mountains along Haiti’s southern coast.

The hair on broomstick-thin children has turned patchy and orangish, their stomachs have ballooned to the size of their heads and many look half their age – the tell-tale signs of malnutrition.

Mabriole town official Geneus Lissage fears that death is imminent for these children if Haitian authorities and humanitarian workers don’t do more to stem the hunger problems. “They will be counting bodies,” Lissage said, “because malnutrition is ravaging children, youngsters and babies.”

Three years after an earthquake killed hundreds of thousands and international donors promised to help Haiti “build back better,” hunger is worse than ever. Despite billions of dollars from around the world pledged toward rebuilding efforts, the country’s food problems underscore just how vulnerable its 10 million people remain.

Haiti’s slow road to recovery serves as warning to Philippines

 

Street Democracy writes:

Listen to the presenter lying about the scale of destruction and how difficult it is to build for so many, when the housing projects are at a standstill. That means no one is in a hurry to fund the social program, only commerce awaits with the big corporations waiting to swoon in. It is a corruption at its best.