A great myth/deception which has been propagated against our Human Collective on Earth is that the existence of Countries is beneficial. There is nothing beneficial about countries and their corresponding borders on Earth. All countries are internment camps. They exist as a means to divide and conquer our Human Collective while enabling a small minority of members to divest the majority of land, resources, labour and so very much more that is meant to be shared equally. Countries are the primary reason why atrocities such as wars and ethnic cleansing continue to exist on Earth. These Countries are the great delusion since none of them actually provide for the citizens they are supposed to serve. Just open your eyes and witness the situations of disparity expressed through education/training, shelter, potable water, healthy food and healthcare. On no country will you witness these things as guaranteed rights to provide security for their people.
“The Earth is your home!” All members of the Human Collective on Earth are sovereign citizens of Earth with the right to travel, live and work anyplace upon the Planet unhindered; yet we continue to witness the internment of our Human population to the detriment of the majority of them. Too many Humans have been deceived into believing that they live on “Postage Stamps”. They say things such as “Not on my Postage Stamp!” While expressing no concern about what happens to the rest of the World.
Please believe that anything that happens upon this Planet will have an effect upon you no matter where you reside. We witness so many absurd laws being created on this World that do not serve the greater good in any way. You have even permitted such evil entities as Corporations to exist (based solely to exact profit) to destroy the very Planet you live on and upon which all life depends.
I am including below a series of articles written by others that help to demonstrate the need for the Human Collective on Earth to set themselves free from country internment by eliminating all borders, establishing independent City-States, abolishing the vapid United Nations and establishing the first Planetary Council of Earth.
There have been very many examples of ethnic cleaning throughout history on Earth. As members of the Human Collective; it is your free will that permits these acts to continue. Just as you voluntarily commit yourselves to internment. Today we can witness this act taking place in Myanmar. Read it here or below.
Myanmar’s Rohingya: a history of forced exoduses
Around 300,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh, escaping violence and persecution in their native Myanmar. It’s not the first time they have been forced from their homes.
1940s – 22,000 Rohingya are believed to have spilled into Bangladesh, then British-controlled Bengal, after Japanese forces invaded Burma in 1942 during the Second World War.
Thousands more crossed over following Burma’s independence in 1948 when tensions grew between the Burmese government and Rohingya.
Read more: The Rohingya people in Myanmar: what you need to know
1970s – 200,000 – Rohingya fled to Bangladesh after Burmese authorities launched a drive to register citizens and screen out foreigners. The refugees said they were forcefully evicted by an army that indulged in widespread brutality.
1991-92 – Hundreds of thousands flee to avoid repression
Bangladesh has been hosting Rohingya Muslims for decades, with the earliest recorded arrivals in 1948, according to the UN. But the biggest influx in recent decades took place in 1991-92, when more than 250,000 Rohingya arrived in the country to avoid repression in Myanmar. The army was accused of rapes, forced labor and religious persecution.
2012 – 2015 –Waves of deadly violence hit Muslims
Widespread rioting and clashes between Buddhists and Muslims, the majority of them Rohingya, erupted in Rakhine province in June 2012 after the rape and murder of a young Buddhist woman.
Following the sectarian violence, government authorities destroyed mosques, conducted violent mass arrests, and blocked aid to displaced Muslims, according to Human Rights Watch (HRW) report published in 2013, which accused the Myanmar government of engaging in a “campaign of ethnic cleansing.” Buddhist mobs attacked Muslim communities, razed villages and killed hundreds of people. HRW said the security forces “stood aside or assisted the assailants.”
The attacks were followed by several incidents that sparked off violence against Rohingya over the next three years.
Read more: United Nations has plan to help 300,000 Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar
According to UN data, about 125,000 fled Myanmar between 2012 -2015, most of them making the perilous sea journey to Malaysia. Hundreds perished en-route, mainly due to smuggler abuse and deprivation.
2016 – Violence erupts after deadly assault on border guard posts
In October 2016, large coordinated attacks hit three police posts along the border with Bangladesh. Nine policemen were killed in the attacks carried out by at least 250 Rohingya assailants, according to the Myanmar government.
The incident brought the tensed relations between Rohingya and the security forces to the fore. It triggered a wave of violence across Rakhine state, the home to majority of the Rohingya people. A major security operation was launched by the Buddhist-majority government. Women were raped by soldiers, men in detention were tortured, hundreds of unarmed Rohingya men were killed and more than 100,000 were displaced after their villages were set on fire.
More than 74,000 Rohingya refugees fled to Bangladesh over the next few months, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). Most of the refugees, interviewed by UNHCR, said their homes had been looted, burned, or demolished.
The Deaths of so many Yemeni people! Read it here or below.
‘Manmade catastrophe’: Yemen conflict has killed 1,100 children, says UN
The UN human rights office urges international investigation as new figures reveal an escalation in hostilities, with children as young as 10 recruited to fight.
More than 1,100 children have been killed in Yemen, most in airstrikes by the Saudi military coalition, while some as young as 10 have been recruited to fight, according to the latest UN figures on the three-year conflict.
Based on interviews with survivors, witnesses and family members as well as site visits, a report by the UN human rights office reveals an escalation in hostilities in the country, with more airstrikes in the first half of this year than in all of 2016. Human rights violations and abuses continue unabated, with at least 5,144 civilians killed and 8,749 injured in what the UN describes as an “entirely manmade catastrophe”.
Yemen conflict: human rights groups urge inquiry into Saudi coalition abuses
The new figures were published after the head of the World Food Programme, David Beasley, called on Saudi Arabia to fund 100% of the humanitarian needs in the war-torn country.
At least 3,200 civilians were reportedly killed by coalition forces, according to the UN, although the numbers are likely to be higher. The Saudi coalition receives backing and weapons from the UK and the US.
Children account for 1,184 of those killed and 1,592 injured, mostly from coalition airstrikes, the report said. More than 1,700 children, some as young as 10, have been recruited for use in hostilities, 67% of them by the popular committee forces affiliated with the Houthis and their allies, army units loyal to former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. The UN said its observers have “frequently” seen children who were armed and uniformed manning checkpoints.
Information gathered by the UN human rights office shows apparent indiscriminate attacks on civilian populations by both sides to the conflict, with civilians directly targeted by airstrikes and shelling.
The war began when the Saudi-led coalition launched a campaign in support of the president, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, after Iranian-backed Houthi rebels seized parts of the country including the capital, Sana’a.
Last week, human rights groups urged the UN to establish an independent inquiry into abuses during the Yemen conflict. The past year has seen widespread airstrikes against markets, hospitals, schools and residential areas as well as on funerals and small civilian boats. The deteriorating situation in Yemen is now the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, with close to 18.8 million people in need of humanitarian aid; 7 million on the brink of famine; and an estimated 540,000 suffering from cholera.
“In many cases, information obtained … suggested that civilians may have been directly targeted, or that operations were conducted heedless of their impact on civilians without regard to the principles of distinction, proportionality and precautions in attack. In some cases, information suggested that no actions were taken to mitigate the impact of operations on civilians,” the UN report states. It also said those opposing the parties to the conflict have been harassed, detained and, on occasion, tortured and killed, raising further concerns over human rights abuses.
Blame the Saudis for Yemen’s cholera outbreak – they are targeting the people
The UN high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, said it was crucial for an independent inquiry to be established on the conflict.
Hussein said: “I have repeatedly called on the international community to take action – to set up an independent, international investigation into the allegations of very serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law in Yemen.” He said this would help put the parties to the conflict on notice that “the international community is watching and determined to hold to account perpetrators of violations and abuses”.
He also voiced serious concerns regarding the rise of new armed groups affiliated with al-Qaida that are exploiting the security vacuum in Yemen.
“I appeal to all the parties to the conflict, those supporting them and those with influence over them to have mercy on the people of Yemen, and to take immediate measures to ensure humanitarian relief for civilians and justice for the victims of violations,” he added.
Attacks on civilians have extended recently into the waters off the western coast of Yemen, where fishing vessels and boats carrying migrants have come under fire.
Just look at the horrors in such beautiful places such as Afghanistan, Iran, Libya and Syria! Read about recent activity in Syria here or below.
Syrian War Daily – 4th of September 2017
SEPTEMBER 4, 2017 ~ ALEX TORRELL
Hello and welcome to the 201st instalment of the SWD.
Military events/news are listed below by the governorates:
The Syrian Democratic Forces clashed today with ISIS in Tal Abiad street in the city centre of Raqqa. Apparently, SDF took control, or at least fire-control, on the street. At the same time, ISIS tried to counter-attack different times, but all of them failed so far. Moreover, SDF shelled ISIS position with heavy artillery. YPG reported at least 1244 ISIS terrorist have been killed since the beginning of Raqqa offensive; also reported that 101 YPG fighters have been killed in August 2017.
Additionally, according to Operation Inherent Resolve spokesperson, SDF captured the Old city of Raqqa and the Great Mosque. Thus, the US-backed group began to evacuate thousands of civilians trapped in the crossfire.
Later today, Russian and Syrian Air Forces bombed the villages of Ma’adan, Khamisiya, Taes and Swediya in south east Raqqa. At the same time, heavy clashes took place between ISIS and SAA troops near Sabkhah.
Clashes were reported between SDF and rebels in Atmnah area, in the Idlib-Aleppo governorate limits. Moreover, SDF shelled with artillery the town of Daret Ezza, west to Aleppo city.
The Syrian Arab Army continued its offensive against ISIS inside the central Syria pocket. The Islamic State forces launched another night counter-attack on Uqayribat, the attack was apparently repelled by SAA. By midday, government forces captured Massoud and Umm Rammal in eastern Salamiyah countryside. Hamada Al-Amar village and Qanbar village were captured by government forces by early afternoon. Thus, the central Syria pocket is being slowly reduced.
The situation remains unclear over if there is any ISIS presence north of Uqayribat either in form of corridor connecting two potential pockets, if there is a proper pocket north to Uqayribat or if the whole northern area of Uqayribat is under SAA control.
Syrian Arab Army troops and National Defence Forces captured an intact ISIS SVBIED with more than 300 kg of explosives and oil barrels. Additionally, unconfirmed reports suggest that approximately 100 ISIS fighters that were transported by the past week’s west Qalamoun convoy defected to SAA.
According to the Telegraph, the British government has withdrawn its last troops in Al Tanf and “quietly halted its training of Syrian rebels”. You can read the whole article here.
Clashes between government forces and opposition forces continued in Jobar. The FSA group Faylaq al-Rahman disabled a government tank and detonated a tunnel bomb under a government-held building. Meanwhile, government forces continued heavy shelling in Jobar and Ayn Tarma areas, with at least one civilian killed and 10 injured.
Jassim Military Council, in opposition-held Daraa, raided an ISIS cell and found lots of IEDs and equipment.
Government forces are about to reach the city of Deir ez-Zor. Despite the mistaken rumours and hoax spread yesterday by midnight, no government troops reached the city, yet. Although, late reports suggest that government forces are very close to the besieged troops inside Deir ez-Zor northernmost pocket. One video uploaded by pro-government sources show the Syrian Republican Guard General Issam Zahreddine, who is in charge of Deir ez-Zor defence, talking to the Tiger Forces. The location of the SRG General is the Brigade 137, the current front line between ISIS forces and SAA garrisoned in Deir ez-Zor.
Regarding today’s military events, ISIS put an effort to stop government troops advances by sending over a dozen of VBIEDs against SAA troops. Most of them were destroyed by the Russian Air Force, while the others were destroyed by SAA infantry. Reports suggest that government troops reached and captured Ghazi ‘Antab, but that the siege is not broken.
The Islamic State also counter attacked on the northern flank of the SAA Tiger Forces offensive by launching an attack on al-Karratah oilfields. The terrorist organisation claims to have destroyed one technical vehicle with a heavy artillery and another unknown vehicle. On the other side, SAA units captured an ISIS T-55 with its turret removed and prepared as a SVBIED, although, it could not be used by IS forces.
On the southern flank, the Syrian Republican Guard 800th Commando Battalion reported to have reached Kabbaj Village and to have started heavy bombardment on the city. A possible assault on the city can be expected in the upcoming hours. Meanwhile, ISIS sources claim they destroyed one BMP, one military truck, and three technical vehicles. Moreover, pro-ISIS sources claim that terrorist organization’s forces managed to get behind SAA forces in Shoula area and to have ambushed some of its troops. Very contested reports suggest that ISIS killed 200 SAA soldiers, which is, again, very unlikely. Other reports suggest that ISIS withdraw from Kabajeb and Sholah.
Reports on the situation around Deir ez-Zor are confusing and not clear, although, ISIS seems to be attacking the 137th Brigade, and to have sent reinforces to the southern entrance of the city while mobilizing inside the city. At the same time, SAA forces seem to be pushing ISIS forces back from the Palmyra-Deir ez-Zor highway. Pro-government SDF reported from the fuerther south that SAA captured the gates of Al Tayyim Oil well.
More reports suggest that SAA soldiers in Deir ez-Zor are trying to open loopholes in the northern minefield to secure the area for the arrival of ground units. Apparently, the Syrian Army sent dozens of trucks with food and medicine, which have been delivered with airdrops since the past year.
As a summary, the situation on the ground is inaccurate, it’s possible that SAA breaks the siege of Deir ez-Zor in the upcoming hours or days. The distance of the northern Tiger Forces push from the city is 5 to 2 km long, while southern push ranges from 25 to 20 km away from Panorama junction.
On the 3rd of September 2017, CJTF-OIR has conducted 25 strikes in Syria. CJTF-OIR‘s main focus in Syria is Raqqa region where they did 21 strikes supporting SDF‘s operations against IS destroying 13 fighting positions, two pieces of ISIS communications infrastructure, two vehicles, a VBIED, a command and control node, and a logistics node.
Other areas where four strikes occurred are Abu Kamal and Deir ez-Zor destroying 30 ISIS oil barrels, 13 ISIS oil stills, a well-head and a VBIED.
Do not permit yourselves to be deceived into thinking that “sovereign Citizens” are people who desire to be Sovereign within a country. This is impossible! All countries are bad and all of them must go.
Isn’t it time for the Human Collective on Earth to accept that they all live on the same planet, share the same resources and are all a part of the same Human Family? Hopefully we will witness the awakening of Humanity to it’s own self-created misery soon. For surely as you have created such horrors as country internment and currency slavery; it is possible for you to rid them from your beautiful planet.
Are you awake yet?