APPALLING DISCONNECT IN THE FACE OF TRAGEDY !
2014 BROUGHT US UNIMAGINABLE HATRED AND DISCONNECT IN TIMES OF TRAGEDY AND DISASTER; AS SOME PLAYED RUSSIAN ROULETTE WITH PEOPLES LIVES
By John R Hernandez@NDMH-2015
“War, poverty, decease, indifference, homelessness, dejection, disconnect. Are all the results of our refusal to accept the truth about; evil, prejudice, hatred, and racism!” JRH-2015 NDMH
Why is it that the global community’s response to ISIS, Ebola, and Anti-Semitic attacks have seemed to have waned over a period of the last 24 months. It’s as if there was some kind of disconnect. Looking back at the chronology of events during the Summer of 2014 when Ebola, Anti-Semitism, and ISIS were each at a peak, the response by the global community was like that of spectators at drive in movie.While hundreds of rockets, assaults, and even murders of Jews; the numbers of those infected by Ebola kept rising, and Anti-Semitic events were spreading.
The lack of outrage and demand for immediate attention could draw only silence from the global community. In fact with Ebola there was a continued outcry but, only by those in ground zero at the peak of the outbreak. Almost begging at times for medicine, equipment, and other support which, unheeded, caused this tragic epidemic to spread further. We know that every so often these types of viruses are able to mutate, to cross borders, to find temporary safe havens in deceased host tissues or living organisms. Often entire families; men, woman, and children are emaciated by the spread of these deceases.
We saw aid workers having to be transported to health clinics as far as those in the US as a result of the pathetic disconnect between members of the global community and those crying out for much needed assistance. That we are now looking back and thanking our lucky stars that this epidemic has been finally placed under control. In the face of the lack of adequate response and the tragic conditions by which some medical providers had to work under. Those equally tragic circumstances need to be reviewed in order to not let another tragedy such as this unfold in the future with graver circumstances.
Looking at Israel, we can see HAMAS hiding behind civilians, provoking Israel to attack and Israel holding back its offensive responses. As HAMAS continued to fire off continuous rockets into civilian areas unabated. This continued all year long and onto 2015 without any outrage from the UN, global leaders, or members of the global community? Yet, HAMAS was allowed to file criminal charges against Israel at the UN International Criminal Court. While pope Francis, President Obama, John Kerri and others where talking about those Occupiers; that Israel needed to be more restrained, and what perfect peace partners HAMAS and Abbas are!
With regard to Israel it has taken Amnesty International an infinitesimal amount of time to decide that Israel actually is now the victim here. The UN also has now decided to admit that Israel was the victim of war crimes by HAMAS with other plaintiffs in the so-called occupied territories. As Jews were being massacred in France and elsewhere. By terrorists connected with the same cause of wiping Israel and all Jews off the face of the Earth; that HAMAS and Iran have trumpeted throughout the world! Below we find an interesting peace of information concerning the lack of immediate response during the peak of the Ebola crisis.
“The World Health Organization has been criticized for its delay in taking action to address the epidemic. By September 2014, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), the non-governmental organization (NGO) with the largest working presence in the affected countries, had grown increasingly critical of the international response. Speaking on 3 September, the president of MSF spoke out concerning the lack of assistance from the United Nations member countries saying, “Six months into the worst Ebola epidemic in history, the world is losing the battle to contain it.” In a 26 September statement, the WHO said, “The Ebola epidemic ravaging parts of West Africa is the most severe acute public health emergency seen in modern times” and the Director-General, Margaret Chan, called the outbreak “the largest, most complex and most severe we’ve ever seen”. In March 2015, the United Nations Development Group reported that due to a decrease in trade, closing of borders, flight cancellations, and foreign investment and tourism activity fuelled by stigma, the epidemic has resulted in vast economic consequences in both the affected areas and even throughout African nations that experienced low or no cases of Ebola.” en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_West_Africa_Ebola_virus_outbreakCached
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