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Demasking the Torture of Julian Assange

Julian Assange is a whistle blower. It is a travesty of justice what Sweden, UK, Ecuador and the USA are doing to him.

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by Nils Melzer edited by O Society June 26, 2019

UN Special Rapporteur on Torture

On the occasion of the International Day in Support of Torture Victims

I know, you may think I am deluded. How could life in an Embassy with a cat and a skateboard ever amount to torture? That’s exactly what I thought, too, when Assange first appealed to my office for protection. Like most of the public, I had been subconsciously poisoned by the relentless smear campaign, which had been disseminated over the years. So it took a second knock on my door to get my reluctant attention. But once I looked into the facts of this case, what I found filled me with repulsion and disbelief.

Surely, I thought, Assange must be a rapist! But what I found is that he has never been charged with a sexual offence. True, soon after the US had…

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Is Chemotherapy Worth It? Studies Prove That The Chemical Intervention Actually Worsens Quality Of Life And Has No Benefit To Overall Survival

via Is Chemotherapy Worth It? Studies Prove That The Chemical Intervention Actually Worsens Quality Of Life And Has No Benefit To Overall Survival

Fashionable and Environmentally-Friendly? It’s possible.

My husband and myself try to integrate being as green as possible in every facet of our lives. It is not as difficult as one might think. We have just recently moved we recycled, gave to charities and friends in need the belongings we no longer needed when down sizing.

82-Year-Old Woman With Dementia Gets Her Memory Back After Changing Her Diet

Dementia patient reversed her condition by changing her diet

Acetaminophen, asthma and COPD: What you need to know before it’s too late — THE INTERNET POST

An assessment of data out of Nottingham, England from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey tracking 13,500 U.S. adults has determined frequent use of acetaminophen can lead to higher risk of asthma and COPD. COPD, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a potentially fatal progressive obstructive lung disease. (have you been warned by […]

via Acetaminophen, asthma and COPD: What you need to know before it’s too late — THE INTERNET POST

What makes Berberine such a powerful remedy?

Berberine can normalize High blood pressure,  gut bacteria and type 2 diabetes glucose levels. Berberine can replace medications, but it does not have the side effect complications of conventional medicine. I have been reading different articles Berberine health benefits. It has piqued my interest. I am looking where I can buy some to try now.

 

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Happy Easter

The growing trees, the new flowers
And birds that sweetly sing
Whisper to me that it’s Easter
Here is wishing warm for your soul
On Easter and always!
Happy Easter

 

We have had a cold spell with lots of snow and very little sun for months. I had not seen grass for months. In the last two weeks we have been having a warm spell of 2-9 C with snow storms in between. I saw my first snowdrop flowers and crocuses today. Spring is on it’s way. We are expecting two snow storms back to back coming our way. I do not care because today it was sunny 4 C. Spring popped up its head.

Happy Easter!

Reflections about Shades of Grey

Would you change? Thought provoking lyrics that I hope you enjoy as much as I have today.
Honey

Voices from the Margins

Carol A. Hand

Contemplating light versus dark
moderated by infinite shades of grey
sometimes the soft fuzzy colors of fog
or sharply bounded shadows on a sunny day
the pearl-toned texture of morning clouds
shifting hues with changing light
a respite from noontime’s glare or the inky ebony
of a stormy snowless moonless night

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Softening contrasts of gradiating grey
creating a comfortable space
in between light and dark
where too many of us choose to stay

Liberating the colors of rainbows again
requires searching our souls, healing our pain,
letting go of illusions and unnecessary things
courageously willingly to face the unknown
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“Change”
Music and Lyrics by Tracy L. Chapman

If you knew that you would die today
If you saw the face of God and Love
Would you change?
Would you change?
If you knew that love can break your heart
When you’re down so low you…

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