CORONA VIRUS 4
TOTAL DEATHS UP TO 14/MAY/2020
SOUTH AMERICA 19121
NORTH AMERICA 95770
34 MILLON TOURISTS LAST YEAR
The links below will have an explanation at the end of the story
The tension between Turkey and Greece is beyond the control
We wrote an article in 2015 about Syria. We know then the problem that was coming but we did not emphasize to the full extent the situation to sent the people to panic. We wrote the following:
(The purpose of this posting is not to try to solve the issue but to see the effects.)
In addition, we made a comment about an English man by the name of Eric Kempson by saying:
At least 35,000 have washed up on the 10 miles of coast near Eric's home.
Most of them are Syrians fleeing the war and chaos in Syria. In the absence of any aid agencies, help from the Greek authorities or the European Union, Eric and his wife Philippa along with their musician daughter Elleni, in addition to a handful of other volunteers and tourists, spent every day helping the thousands of vulnerable refugees and migrants who have landed near their home.
Within the article, we notice a German politician mentions the following on public television.
We recommend clicking here to read the article about Syria
Mr. Philipp Missfelder clearly stated twice in the video the verification of his religious preference in favor of Christian refugees.
He ignored altogether the big picture and the problems in the Middle East. This is not a religious issue.
This was a humanitarian issue and as human beings, we should try to assist the refugees to find their way through life. Mr.Philipp Missfelder broke every rule of the (Goudasism)
1. Respect for all religions
2. Respect for all colors
3. Respect for all cultures
4. Respect for all traditions
5. Respect for all ages
Soon after that statement, his name was in the news.
"The German conservative politician Philipp Missfelder died on Monday 13 July 2015, at only 35 years old," CDU-parliamentary leader Volker Kauder said in Berlin.
The cause of death is believed to be a pulmonary embolism.
Doctors usually treat pulmonary embolism with medicines called anticoagulants.
They are often called blood thinners, but they don't really thin the blood. They help prevent new clots and keep existing clots from growing. Most people take a blood thinner for a few months.
The article below was created in 2014 / 2015 to help the Syrian people who really needed help at the time.
If anyone wishes to read and view the Syria article please click here
In the videos below, anyone can see the stage that Greece is now.
As time passed by, the new government got paid from certain countries of the European Union to the point that the number of illegal immigrants became astronomical.
They did not immigrate from Syria anymore, from Afganistan, Pakistan, Irak, Jordan, Libia, Kenia, Algeria, Cameroun, Ghana, Ethiopia, Eritrea, and others.
Problems with the economy, immigration big issue, huge unemployment numbers, uncertainty for the future, fears of the war with turkey, fights among the politicians,
Greece’s economic nightmare
Greece Hoping for 30 million tourists as a potential solution
The coronavirus is HUCH issue.
Tourists usually come to Greece from Europe, while they themselves, are still struggling with the virus.
TOTAL DEATHS UP TO 12 May 2020
ITALY 30911 60.36 million
FRANCE 26991 66.99 million
SPAIN 26920 46.94 million
BRAZIL 12461 LOOK CORONAVIRUS # 3 to see what happens after the carnival 24 Feb 2020
GERMANY 7738 83.02 million
TURKEY 3894 82.00 million
SWEDEN 3313 IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DEATHS LOOK CORONAVIRUS 3
INDIA 2415 1.353.000 billion
PAKISTAN 737 212.20 million
COLOMBIA 493 49.65 million
NIGERIA 158 195.60 million
GREECE 152 10.72 million
PHILIPPINES 751 106.70 million
UGANDA 0 42.72 million
SWEDEN 15/MAY/2020 DEATHS 3646 NEW DEATHS 117 SOME PEOPLE NEVER LEARN
The following links are in the Greek language
A FRIENDLY REMINDER THE CORONAVIPUS IS STILL HERE
Greece: Thousands protest against refugee
Sweden Deaths climb in the country that didn't lockdown
DARWINISM RULES ARE BULLSHIT
May 16, 2020, The impact on Canada’s airline industry
Canadian fruit and vegetable growers already suffering losses amid the pandemic are now being hit by a labor shortage. As David Akin reports, seasonal farmworkers are choosing to stay home and receive Canada's Emergency Response Benefit.
Ricky Bobby Put Air Canada on hold and forget about them. That's what they do to their customers.
Denise Weideman Canadian Taxpayers have bailed out Air Canada too many times over the last few decades. Let them take out loans but NO bailouts
Coronavirus: Brazil's daily death toll hits 1,000
The Brazilian carnival of Rio Janerio was one of the best in the world.
Up to the end of the Carnaval on 24 of Feb 2020 there was no even one death.
The number of tourists was millions. Two days later the dancing fever from the tourist still continuous and on 27 Feb some coronavirus deaths were reported.
Today 23/May/2020 the total deaths are 22.013 and the statistics telling us will escalate to 30.000 very soon.
The Coronavirus attack strategi of Brazil can easily have a mirror image of the catastrophic results in another country and there no other than GREECE.
Let try to understand the situation.
Early this year with the coronavirus situation the politicians decided to put the country on the lockdown. This was not a normal lockdown bud a money-making project.
No one can go out of their home unless you had a permit from the authorities, all stores were close accept the pharmacies unless you had a request from your doctor along with his certificate with all he's credentials.
Some grocery stores were open, bud no grocery inside, that means nothing to buy.
The traveling from province to Provence was prohibited unless you had a special permit. Some people try to break the rules and instead of taking the main road, express highway who the police patrolling all the time, they decide to take the old road before the highway was built. That was a brilliant idea, the trip was a little more expensive bud was worthing to try. So 5 or 6 passengers to share the expenses and bon vualla.
The trip becomes wonderful, stopping every so often to cut some watermelons or other fruits and fresh vegetables from the farms sins the farmer was not there.
What beautiful trip, until 50 or 60 kilometers after several curves on the country road a policeman out of nowhere signaling us to stop. Accompanying him was some from the fire department some from the ambulance department, few army members along with the airforce and the navy soldiers as well as few tow trucks,