Illuminati, Pyramids, Serpents and the Truth of this World. Part 1 (Video)
Illuminati, Pyramids, Serpents and the Truth of this World. Part 1 Video
Telling the truth has always been dangerous. Throughout recorded history, many good people have been murdered, incarcerated, committed to mental institutions, lost jobs, family, friends, homes, belongings, and been harassed to the point of staying quiet.
All the problems of the middle east, Africa, and Muslim countries stem from overpopulation and getting those numbers down. The underlying cause for the Arab Spring, beginning in 2010, was- food shortages.
“In Algeria, discontent had been building for years over a number of issues. In February 2008, United States Ambassador Robert Ford wrote in a leaked diplomatic cable that Algeria is ‘unhappy’ with long-standing political alienation; that social discontent persisted throughout the country, with food strikes occurring almost every week; that there were demonstrations every day somewhere in the country; and that the Algerian government was corrupt and fragile”
There are no government run safety nets, in these countries, for people unable to get employment. For example consider the following:
“The catalyst for the escalation of protests was the self-immolation of Tunisian Mohamed Bouazizi. Unable to find work and selling fruit at a roadside stand, Bouazizi had his wares confiscated by a municipal inspector on 17 December 2010. An hour later he doused himself with gasoline and set himself afire. His death on 4 January 2011 brought together various groups dissatisfied with the existing system, including many unemployed, political and human rights activists, labor, trade unionists, students, professors, lawyers, and others to begin the Tunisian Revolution.”
The people rebelled against the thought of being the next, Mohamed Bouazizi. Yet this man, in the worst of all situations, would not qualify for Asylum, because “Asylum seeker” means a person who has applied for asylum under the 1951 Refugee Convention on the Status of Refugees on the ground that if he is returned to his country of origin he has a well-founded fear of persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, political belief or membership of a particular social group.
Over-population is a sensitive subject and is never discussed in connection with the asylum seeker, and with good reason, as that would enable the public to equate mass immigration of asylum seekers, from overpopulated countries, to the same problem being a feature in the lives of their children or grandchildren and what country has enough brave citizens willing to live under that dark cloud. People could be excused for not knowing that the underlying cause of the conflicts in Syria, Afghanistan, and Yemen is not the differences that exist, between the people there, but is due to the over-population that exacerbates those differences, what with, food shortages, lack of opportunity, injustice, ect