To start the day …. “Desperate Journeys …. Why do people migrate?”!!


~~September 8, 2015~~ 


Refugees are the Victims of US-NATO led Wars

*Background: The European Refugee Crisis*

by Stefan Bauschard

More than 350,000 refugees have arrived in the 28 nation EU this year. There were 626,000 applications for asylum in 2014. This is in addition to the two million that Turkey has taken in.

Europe is “ground zero” for the refugee crisis.

Frontex, the agency in charge of guarding the EU border, estimates that about 340,000 migrants have tried to sneak into Europe in 2015 so far, almost three times as many as in 2014. Along with the surge in numbers, the demographics of the travelers have also changed.

These days, the bulk of them are Syrians fleeing violence at home, Afghans escaping their own ongoing civil war, Roma from Kosovo looking to avoid discrimination, and Eritreans fleeing a dictatorship comparable to the one in North Korea. Whereas in 2014, the bulk of refugees came to Europe through Italy from Libya and Tunisia, now more people arrive in Greece after crossing Turkey and the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Macedonia and Hungary have also seen a surge in traffic.

Although the reason for this shift remains uncertain, it seems likely that reports of frequent drownings on the long journey from northern Africa to Italy, and the increasingly volatile situation in Libya, have convinced many refugees to try their luck over land. (Kaelin)
Most of these are fleeing the civil war in Syria, but many others are also fleeing conflicts in Iraq, Nigeria, Somolia, and Sudan.



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Five issues have recently brought the issue to the forefront of media attention

ONE: a growing number of people have drowned attempt to cross the Mediterranean Sea with the support of smugglers in boats. The humanitarian plight was highlighted by photos of a fully-clothed three-year old boy who drowned and whose body washed ashore. Photos of the dead boy laying on a beach were widely distributed across the Internet.

TWO: many refuges who had made their way into Hungary (Hungary is the primary entry point in the EU for refugees) became stranded at the Keleti train station when Hungarian authorities were not letting trains pass to Austria because the refugees hadn’t registered.

THREE: the situation between police and the refugees has turned violent.

FOUR: 71 people were found dead in a smuggler’s truck Southeast of Vienna on August 27th.

FIFTH: there are daily complications from the flow of refugees.


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I must say that I wasn’t totally informed about this situation until the picture of the three year old flashed through the internet.

I had heard rumblings about refugees crossing and drowning in the Mediterranean Sea but wasn’t really following the events in that corner of the world.

I’m looking into it now.

What I see is nothing short than massive human suffering caused by conflict, war and major disregard for human rights.

I’ve read that these refugees are victims of US-NATO led wars.


Where is humanity heading?

This senseless violence must stop.

This is the perfect example of “what touches one, touches all”.

As these refugees “move” from home, so many other countries are “affected” as they either ignore the issue or try their hand at compassion.





~~This Is Why People Migrate~~

AJ+ YouTube Channel

~Published on Aug 3, 2014~

Immigrants, migrants and refugees are often in the news — but why do people get up and leave their homes in the first place?

AJ+ host Dena Takruri explains the root causes behind migration around the world.

Three main reasons of major Global Migration

War and persecution

Economic opportunity

The environment


United Nations International Migration Report 2013:…


“Changing Patterns of Global Migration and Remittances”:…

“Mexican Immigrants in the United States”:…

“International Comparisons of Hourly Compensation Costs in Manufacturing Industries, by Industry, 2008-2012”:

“Labor Migration in the United Arab Emirates: Challenges and Responses”:…


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Something to think about ….. “White Rhinos under guard 24 hour”!!


~~May 20, 2015


With 1 male left worldwide, northern white rhinos under guard 24 hours

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya (CNN)

At first glance, Sudan looks like any other northern white rhino: stout and agile, with square lips. He grazes under the hot sun, his massive head lowered to the ground, at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya.

When he’s not wallowing in his enclosure, he waddles around the sprawling savannah, stopping briefly to drink water from a concrete hole. But Sudan is not just any rhino.

He’s the last known male northern white rhino left in the entire world.

For an animal on the verge of extinction, the fate of the subspecies rests on his ability to conceive with the two female northern white rhinos at the conservancy.

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~Rhino receives armed guards~

~Published on Apr 16, 2015~

The last male northern white rhino in the world is being protected around the clock by armed guards in Kenya.


The northern white rhinoceros, or northern square-lipped rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum cottoni), is one of the two subspecies of the white rhinoceros. Formerly found in several countries in East and Central Africa south of the Sahara, it is listed as Critically endangered. This subspecies is a grazer in grasslands and savanna woodlands. As of December 2014, there are only five rhinos of this subspecies left. They all belong to the Dvůr Králové Zoo in the Czech Republic.

After 2000, six northern white rhinoceros had lived in the Dvůr Králové Zoo in the Czech Republic but four of them (which were also the only reproductive animals of this subspecies) were transported to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, Africa, in 2009, where scientists hoped they would successfully breed and save this subspecies from extinction; one of the four died in October 2014. One of the two remaining in the Dvůr Králové Zoo died in late May 2011, making Nabire the only rhino there. Another rhino lives at the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park in California. A second rhino, Angalifu, also lived at the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park and died in December 2014.

Following the phylogenetic species concept, recent research has suggested the northern white rhinoceros may be an altogether different species, rather than a subspecies of white rhinoceros, in which case the correct scientific name for the former is Ceratotherium cottoni. Distinct morphological and genetic differences suggest the two proposed species have been separated for at least a million years.



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