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Monday, January 22, 2018


After calling African countries 'Shithole' trump now wants Africa's support against North Korea

After calling African countries 'Shithole' trump now wants Africa's support against North Korea

The US is lobbying African governments to sever ties with North Korea, saying the country’s relentless pursuit of nuclear power is posing a global threat to international security.

Addressing an international media conference call from the US this week, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Robert Scott emphasised the heightened importance the US placed on the perceived threat from North Korea.

This follows North Korean leader Kim ­Jong-un’s statement on January 1, in which he expressed North Korea’s commitment to becoming a nuclear power.

Scott said that the fact that North Korea continued to reinforce its declarations of intent to strike the US mainland made the US government treat the matter with urgency.

“North Korea’s words and actions edge east Asia and the rest of the world closer to instability and broader conflict,”
he said.

US President Donald Trump and Kim have threatened to unleash the power of their nuclear weapons on each other’s countries.

They even boasted that they had the button that would launch the nuclear weapons on their desks.

Trump promised that his country’s button was bigger and that it worked.

Scott said the US wanted to enforce maximum pressure through the international community “using all diplomatic and financial tools available” to ensure the complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula.

“Many governments in Africa have long-standing relationships with North Korea that warrant a serious reassessment.

“The passing of four UN Security Council Resolutions on sanctions on North Korea in the past 12 months demonstrates the urgency of this matter and the collective desire of the international community to find a diplomatic solution to the problem,” Scott said.

“In successive annual reports, the UN’s North Korea Panel of Experts has documented multiple instances of North Korean arms-related activities with various African governments,” he said, adding that the US was encouraged by the actions of multiple countries in the past year to disrupt North Korea’s activities in the region.

A number of African countries have taken positive steps to go beyond the UN Security Council Resolutions in promising to sever ties with North Korea, including by expelling North Korean labourers, decreasing or ceasing all trade ties, refusing to renew labour contracts with the country, denying high-level visits from and to Pyongyang, as well as making public statements condemning the country’s unlawful activities.

“All of these actions send a strong message to North Korea and show the global support of limiting the influence of the country’s activities worldwide,” Scott said.

Deputy special representative for North Korean policy Mark Lambert said the US had a number of strong unilateral sanctions that allowed it to financially punish “any person or any company, no matter where it is located” that is involved in serious trade with North Korea.

“The US also worked closely with a number of African countries on a series of UN Security Council Resolutions, but we look at those resolutions as a starting point,” Lambert said.

“In Africa, we want to partner with you.

"We want to work with you to send a clear message to North Korea that the international community is united and has spoken that it will never accept North Korea as a nuclear power,” he said. 

Source: News 24


What does Trump think about African leaders?

Donald Trump wants African leaders to shun North Korea. According to him, the country's relentless pursuit of nuclear power is posing a global threat to international security.

Africans want to know who is responsible for Aids in Africa? Who is also responsible for Ebola in Africa? Both bio-weapons are the hand-works of the US government, not North Korea. 

Therefore, which country pose a threat to international security? Trump is a joke indeed. Just last week he called African countries 'Shithole,' now he tells African leaders to shun North Korea. 

If the US government give aid to Africa doesn't mean that America has bought African leaders or Africans with their money after all African leaders don't care much about the suffering masses. 

If African leaders really want to be respected they must think deeply and act wisely. Which African leader can tell the world that he gave Trump an advice and he accepted it with thanks? 

So why do African leaders always take instructions from European and American leaders? We have said it before and we shall still repeat that before African leaders will gain a little respect they must cease going to Europe and America to beg for food and money. 

Africa has enough, rich mineral resources to feed and employ its citizens.

Sunday, January 21, 2018


Dr. Charles van der Horst, M.D.

Dr. Charles van der Horst, M.D.

An estimated 300 to 400 physicians die by suicide in the U.S. each year

Blood covered me as my colleague plunged a knife into my chest, my arms outstretched to resist. A friend looked on, and my screams echoed in my brain. My wife gently shook me murmuring, “You had another nightmare.” I lay in bed, my thumping heart and rapid breathing gradually easing, the sheets damp, overwhelmed with despair.

Each night for several weeks sleep was elusive. Apprehensive about the night, I felt a claustrophobic pool of ink spread over my consciousness. This psychic pain was invisible to most, even my wife and family. Desperately unhappy at work, after 32 years I was unable to imagine a life other than as an academic physician.

My symptoms and their origin stories were myriad. Quick to anger, I frequently erupted in a righteous rage on behalf of a perceived slight to one of my patients. Anxiety overcame me as I approached clinic each week: would I miss something and fail my patients?

 I had feelings of PTSD from the early AIDS era when virtually all of my patients died despite my best efforts. After all the advances since then, frustration arose when patients didn’t take their HIV medications.

With growing grandiosity in what I could accomplish, I had driven myself at work. First in North Carolina then in Africa. Solve AIDS, no problem. Stop mother to child transmission in Malawi. Why not?

Working harder and harder, I juggled four grants, directed the fellowship program, and took care of patients almost frantically to block the pain. During the Ebola epidemic, in quick succession, I dropped my clinic, gave my grants to junior colleagues and created a team of researchers to work in Liberia. When asked by two people about the manic aspects of my behavior, I reassured them that all was well.

Underlying the anger, anxiety, frustration, and grandiosity was depression, hopelessness, and helplessness. I self-medicated in good ways and bad. By working out daily, swimming and running, I kept my pulse up and endorphins flowing, albeit temporarily. Drinking more than two glasses of wine, a known depressant, each night with dinner became a regular habit, exacerbating my symptoms. Tears came easily.

As is often the case for professionals, I kept silent about my thoughts. That and my constant joking kept others at bay and unaware. As I continued feeling helpless, trapped in my job and not seeing a way out, my thoughts turned from occasional suicidal ideation to making concrete plans.

At first, I stopped wearing a seatbelt. Then my mind began drifting to taking the elevator to the sixth floor of the hospital and jumping to the plaza below.

An estimated 300 to 400 physicians die by suicide in the U.S. each year, a higher rate than the general population for both males and females. Somehow I avoided joining that number. In my rearview mirror, thinking of my daughters helped me look up and begin the move away from my inner torment. I

told my wife and close friends and sought help. As a medical faculty member, I had excellent insurance, providing coverage for talk therapy and a prescription antidepressant. I had the contacts to find the right psychiatrist for me.

 I had the money to pay for what the insurance did not cover. Because my angry outbursts affected my workplace, the Department of Medicine paid for an anger management course and an excellent book, “When Anger Hurts.”

I was otherwise healthy so did not have to deal with other conditions that can complicate the treatment of depression. And I had a wife, two daughters, and close friends who quickly encircled me with a protective and patient healing love.

By the end of the anger management course and final chapter of the accompanying book, I realized that leaving my job as an academic physician was a key part of my recovery. Although it is easy to write about this decision now, three years ago I could not conceive of it.

For me, my work and all it encompassed, research, patient care, and teaching, defined me as a human being. A rather narrow view of self, but it was my reality. Without the crisis of hitting rock bottom, I do not think I would have had the courage to leave.

By participating in talk therapy, taking a daily medication, exercising daily, cutting back on alcohol, restructuring my debt so that I could easily leave work, taking a course on mindfulness to slow down and become more aware of the natural rhythms of the world and yet less driven, my symptoms dissipated. Was I cured? Not by any measure.

I still have good days and bad. But I have become less driven to always be busy or happy. I have become comfortable with my uncomfortableness.

Source: The Herald-Sun- By Dr. Charles van der Horst, M.D., is an emeritus professor of medicine at UNC and a global health consultant. Follow him on Twitter @chasvanderhorst


Donald Trump has been calling CNN fake news but supports WHO and CDC despite the fake information on their websites about HIV-Aids and Ebola

Donald Trump has been calling CNN fake news but supports WHO and CDC despite the fake information on their websites about HIV-Aids and Ebola

Are you health conscious or care about healthy lifestyle? Do you have an active interest in your child's education on medical issues? 

Our advice to everyone across the world is please, stop reading articles about HIV-Aids and Ebola on the websites of the World Health Organization and Centers for Diseases Control because much of them are false.

Donald Trump has been a well known American president openly attacking the media on social media Twitter.  He attacked Wall Street Journal as 'fake news' over his North Korea comments and also attacked the CNN repeatedly of twisting information. 

However, Trump hasn't attacked CDC and WHO for providing false information on HIV-Aids and Ebola to the general public. Since HIV-Aids and Ebola are bio-weapons, WHO and CDC have provided false information about those two diseases to deceive the public and protect the US government.

After it appeared in the media that Rex Tillerson called Trump a moron, in an interview, Trump told Forbes that he has a higher IQ than his secretary of state but is Trump's IQ too low to determine that the Centers for Diseases Control and the World Health Organization have made available false information about HIV-Aids and Ebola on their websites to the general public?

If Trump does trust the autism-vaccine companies he wouldn't have planned to appoint Robert Kennedy Jr. on vaccine safety, thus; why is he not taking away those fake information if he really cares about health issues? Crime doesn't pay, but the US government will pay for the medical genocides they have committed in Africa.

Frankly speaking both CDC and WHO are in a very serious trouble at the moment, finding a way to survive, ever since many people including illiterates from the remotest part of Africa had initial knowledge that the two biggest health institutions have misled and deceived the general public with fake information to avoid the detection that Aids and Ebola are bio-weapons by the US government.

When this health blog became instantly successful, the first challenge scientist/micro-surgeon, Holland citizen, Johan Van Dongen issued was TOP WORLD SCIENTISTS PROVE ME WRONG IF AIDS AND EBOLA AREN'T BIO-WEAPONS

In reality, such a challenge should have been taken seriously by those who believed in proper medical care for everyone, whether rich or poor but it passed unnoticed.

This uncared behavior is not only limited to false news about Aids and Ebola. There are many mistakes and crimes both Western Europe and the US government have committed clandestinely against humanity yet nobody cares. 

You'll only hear the voice of the people when terrorism strikes because these crazy terrorists think they need to pay Europe and the US government for the crimes they commit in Africa and other parts of Third World Countries.

The US government, World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control have misled the world equally like Donald Trump. They are pure evil and a danger to the entire world.

All of them are liers and since birds of the same feathers flock together, Trump is enjoying the fake Aids and Ebola news because any attempt to call WHO and CDC 'fake news' will spell the doom of the US government and the fall of the two medical institutions. 

But then we have an advice for Trump too. He should desist calling any media fake if he is not prepared to tell CDC and WHO to take away those false articles about Aids and Ebola from their websites.


The question is, now that almost everyone knows that US government is responsible for both Aids and Ebola genocides in Africa, while Centers for Diseases Control and World Health Organization are accomplices, how long are they going to keep those fake news on their websites?

We will always try our best to write nothing but the truth about Aids and Ebola, to reveal how dishonest are the US government, CDC, and WHO. We wish our thousands of readers would give us a helping hand to ask the US government, CDC, and WHO to answer these questions: 

If the World Health Organization or the Centers for Disease Control are able to answer the 10 questions above, then we are ready to surrender to the law and even ever ready to serve our time in the prisons.

But if they can't answer, then our accusation of providing false information about HIV-Aids and Ebola on their websites is nothing but the truth because we are confident and we don't beat around the bush.