If you don’t participate in the politics of your city, state and country, you get penalized being led or ruled by someone inferior to youHOLY LAND MAN
Don Karl Juravin
Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whisper back. Those who wish to sing always find a song.
Holy Land Man explains: you can be happy on your own but not completely happy. When you find your soul mate, your song becomes complete. Yet, don’t wait for the love to find you. You start singing (being happy) and you will find love.
Brides haven’t always worn white wedding dresses.
Don Juravin reveals that Queen Victoria, who wore a white lace and silk-satin gown when she married Prince Albert in 1840.
The dress outraged English aristocrats as white was traditionally the color of mourning.
In the years that followed, it became fashionable for brides to wear white.
A wedding dress or bridal gown is the dress worn by the bride during a wedding ceremony. The color, style and ceremonial importance of the gown can depend on the religion and culture of the wedding participants. In Western cultures, the wedding dress is most commonly white, which fashion was made popular by Queen Victoria when she married in 1840. In eastern cultures, brides often choose red to symbolize auspiciousness.
No one loves my
What will be tomorrow?
I’m going to be sick
Does GOD love me?
What I’m going to attack next?
I want a family
I’m in the opinion that women are stronger, smarter more beautiful and therefore need no protection of the law. Accepting the protection of the law just makes women seem weaker, which they are not.
A man is talking to you in an undesirable sexual way? As a woman, you are smart enough to confront him and make him understand that it’s not proper.
He does it again? Shame him! You don’t need to go and ask for protection or complain which makes you look weak.
What comes to your mind when you see this?
It is only when a mosquito lands on your testicles that you realize there is always a way to solve a problem without violence
There are 39 books in the Bible, also known as the Old Testament. There are 27 books in the New Testament but only 5 are recognized by the Vatican and 22 as “letters”.
Enjoy the first video. A very simplified Bible video for adults and kids. Watch as many times as needed to absorb, feel and understand it.
Thanks to the Bible Project team.
Mortality Due To Air Pollution
per 100,000 population | lower is better | 2018 report
Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel
- USA’s mortality due to air pollution is 1.04 times better than the world average
- USA’s mortality due to air pollution is 1.02 times better than Europe-top
- USA’s mortality due to air pollution is 1.16 times better than Israel
Assuming the population of USA 321 mil, Israel 8.4 mil, Euro-top 210 mil (Germany 82 mil, France 67 mil, Italy 61 mil):
Important Key Facts
- Air pollution affects all regions of the world. However, populations in low-income cities are the most impacted. According to the latest air quality database, 97% of cities in low- and middle- income countries with more than 100,000 inhabitants do not meet WHO air quality guidelines. However, in high-income countries, that percentage decreases to 49%.
- Air pollution kills an estimated 7 million people worldwide every year from exposure to fine particles in polluted air that lead to diseases such as stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and respiratory infections, including pneumonia.
- Data show that 9 out of 10 people breathe air containing high levels of pollutants.
- Air pollution is closely linked to climate change – the main driver of climate change is fossil fuel combustion which is also a major contributor to air pollution – and efforts to mitigate one can improve the other.
- As air quality declines, the risk of stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, and chronic and acute respiratory diseases, including asthma, increases for the people who live in them.
- Ambient (outdoor) air pollution in both cities and rural areas was estimated to cause 4.2 million premature deaths worldwide per year in 2016; this mortality is due to exposure to small particulate matter of 2.5 microns or less in diameter (PM), which cause cardiovascular and respiratory disease, and cancers.
- People living in low- and middle-income countries disproportionately experience the burden of outdoor air pollution with 91% (of the 4.2 million premature deaths) occurring in low- and middle-income countries, and the greatest burden in the WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific regions. The latest burden estimates reflect the very significant role air pollution plays in cardiovascular illness and death. More and more, evidence demonstrating the linkages between ambient air pollution and cardiovascular disease risk is becoming available, including studies from highly polluted areas.
- In children and adults, both short- and long-term exposure to ambient air pollution can lead to reduced lung function, respiratory infections, and aggravated asthma.
- Maternal exposure to ambient air pollution is associated with adverse birth outcomes, such as low birth weight, preterm birth, and small gestational age births.
- Emerging evidence also suggests ambient air pollution may affect diabetes and neurological development in children.
- Considering the precise death and disability toll from many of the conditions mentioned are not currently quantified in current estimates, with growing evidence, the burden of disease from ambient air pollution is expected to greatly increase.
- In addition to outdoor air pollution, indoor smoke from household air pollution is a serious health risk for some 3 billion people who cook and heat their homes with biomass fuels and coal. Some 3.8 million premature deaths were attributable to household air pollution in 2016. Almost all of the burden was in low-middle-income countries. Household air pollution is also a major source of outdoor air pollution in both urban and rural areas.
Registered research DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2551844, 10.5281/zenodo.2567780
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We don’t appreciate enough the teachers that educate our kids.
While Germany chooses penalties to force vaccination, Israel chooses education
HOLY LAND MINISTRY found that across the globe, vaccines are not as common as you think. Almost no country has reached the 95% participation rate necessary to achieve the “herd immunity,” except Israel. The anti-vaxx movement has successfully planted roots in many countries in Europe as well as the United States.
What country is the most successful in vaccinating?
VACCINES AND VACCINATION WORLDWIDE FACTS
- Canada has been heading towards mandatory vaccinations.
- 66 percent of Canadians agree that children should receive all of their vaccinations before going to school.
- 88 percent of Canadians believe vaccinations are key to preventing disease.
- 28 percent of parents in Canada believe that vaccinating comes with serious side effects.
- Penalty way: Germany just passed a law that would fine parents $2,750 if they do not vaccinate their children.
- France also passed a law that mandated that children receive 11 vaccines before starting school.
- Israel is leading with more than a 95 percent participation rate in vaccines.
On the heels of the news of a little unvaccinated boy in London, Ontario with tetanus, there has been much fuss on the internet about “forced vaccination.“ Vaccinations, it seems, are a very contentious issue. According to Juravin, many feel they are dangerous and thrust upon us for the wrong reasons. Others feel that not vaccinating places the public at risk and that is should be mandated.
Other countries are moving ahead of us in progress. According to Juravin’s research, the United States has been slow to respond to this epidemic of measles and other preventable diseases in terms of legislation.
🇨🇦 The Candian Way To Vaccination
In February 2015, a poll by the Angus Reid Institute revealed that two-thirds of Canadians believe that children should not be allowed to attend school or daycare if their immunizations are not fully up to date. Interestingly, the country is divided.
In Ontario and Alberta, parents strongly support mandatory vaccination by four to one, whereas citizens of Quebec are firmly divided one to one. Across the country, parents of older children are more in favor of mandatory vaccination, and parents of young children more supportive of voluntary vaccination.
Does this suggest changing times and a movement towards less complete vaccination across Canada? Why is there more doubt about vaccination safety then there was 20 years ago? Perhaps public health needs some better PR.
According to the survey, 88 percent of Canadians think vaccination is effective in preventing disease, with the skeptical 12 percent mostly falling in the younger age categories.
An American Example
This kind of skepticism is the same as we see in the United States of America, where some communities demonstrating only 82 percent vaccine uptake, 10 percent less than that required to prevent outbreaks (herd immunity). Measles was able to spread quickly through California this past year as so many children visiting Disneyland were un- or under-vaccinated.
🇩🇪 The German Way Of Penalties
Parents who refuse to vaccinate their children against measles in Germany could be punished with fines of up to €2,500, (which translates to $2,750 in American dollars) according to a draft law presented by the health minister, Jens Spahn.
The law, which is set to come into effect from March 2022 if it passes through parliament before the end of this year, would make vaccination against measles mandatory for all children attending nurseries and schools, as well as teachers, educators and medical staff at hospitals and surgeries.
No Vaccination, No Kindergarten
By July 2020, parents signing up their children for kindergartens or schools would need to either provide evidence that their children have been vaccinated or proof of a medical condition that prevents their offspring from getting the jab.
According to estimates by the health ministry, the law would also affect about 361,000 non-vaccinated children already attending a school or kindergarten, as well as about 220,000 adults.
“All parents should be safe in the knowledge that their children cannot be infected with and endangered by measles,” Spahn said.
Juravin reports that this may not be unwarranted. Governments worldwide have in recent months been forced into action by a rise in the number of measles cases and a growing trend towards “vaccination hesitancy”, driven partly by anti-vaccination scare campaigns. Germany’s disease control agency, the Robert Koch Institute, recorded 170 new cases of measles in the first two months of 2019 alone. Measles, while seemingly innocuous, can lead to complications such as pneumonia and inflammation of the brain. These complications can lead to death.
many’s disease control agency, the Robert Koch Institute, recorded 170 new cases of measles in the first two months of 2019 alone. Measles, while seemingly innocuous, can lead to complications such as pneumonia and inflammation of the brain. These complications can lead to death.
Don Karl Juravin Finds Lower Vaccination In Germany
The measles, mumps and rubella vaccine (MMR) is a particular focus of the “anti-vaxxer” movement. In 1998, the discredited physician Andrew Wakefield published fraudulent research in the Lancet that suggested the vaccine had a role in causing autism.
Measles can cause debilitating or fatal complications, including encephalitis, pneumonia, and permanent vision loss, to which babies and young children with weak immune systems are particularly vulnerable.
In Germany, coverage with the first dose of the measles vaccine has in recent years stalled at 93%, short of the 95% coverage, the World Health Organization states is required to prevent mass outbreaks. In 2017, only the two formerly East German states of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Brandenburg met the WHO’s “herd immunization” requirement, with only 89% coverage in Baden-Württemberg in the wealthy south-west of the country.
“I want to wipe out measles,” said Spahn, a former candidate to succeed Angela Merkel as leader of the Christian Democratic Union, hailing vaccinations as “one of humanity’s greatest achievements”.
The minister’s initiative was praised by members of the Social Democratic Party, the junior coalition partner in Germany’s “grand coalition” government. “Individual freedom finds its limits where it endangers the health of others,” said the SPD leader, Andrea Nahles, who signaled her party’s support for the draft law. “That’s why I consider it important to make vaccination against infectious diseases like measles mandatory.”
Some Green party politicians have voiced reservations about the proposals, arguing that mandatory vaccination would be more likely to increase distrust among skeptics. “Spahn should focus on convincing people … instead of coercing them,” the Green politician Kordula Schulz-Asche said.
🇫🇷 The French Way Of Mandatory Vaccination
In France, in 2017, laws were passed by the government making 11 vaccines mandatory. Previously, only three vaccines were required by law. The French are more opposed to vaccines than in other countries. A poll in 2017 noted that 41 percent of French parents are anti-vax.
The country has been subject to some small scandals: in 1998 a Hepatitis B vaccine was canceled due to some unexpected side effects.
The anti-vaxx community in France responded to these incidents and rose up. They created large, powerful online groups to affirm each other. Government-run websites have attempted to counteract the propaganda online but to little effect. Videos on YouTube describing the necessity of vaccines fall short of reaching the audiences desired.
When it comes to measles, a disease that should have been wiped out years ago by vaccines, France has the lowest vaccination rate in the European Union.
The government has also tried to equip family doctors with the resources they need to explain to patients the necessity of vaccines. According to Juravin, only 51 percent of doctors in France feel comfortable explaining vaccines to their patients, because of a lack of knowledge and resources.
🇮🇹 The Italian Way Of Vaccination
A case of what not to do can be found south of France. In Italy, anti-vaxx communities are having a Renaissance, in part because Italian politicians have encouraged and embraced the movement. A group called the Five Star movement refers to HIV as a hoax.
Italian legislators ended mandatory vaccines for children going to school, making Italy some sort of promised land to the worldwide anti-vaxx community. The measles have broken out, and are infecting thousands of people in Italy.
Candidates for office have been pushing “measles parties” as a way to infect children with the measles so that somehow they build an immunity to it. Obviously, according to Juravin, this has backfired tremendously.
The World Health Organization has personally called legislators in Italy out, blaming the epidemic of contagious diseases in Europe on them and their actions.
Only 82 percent of people in Italy have been vaccinated for measles and rubella, according to some statistics.
🇮🇱 The Israeli Winning Way is Education
Think about it. It’s our human nature to tease and be teased. Romanticly, with our pets, surprises with friends, at work, in marketing…. everywhere
Following the tease, we enjoy the surprise
Latest in technology… nice thinking of safety.
Do the horses point their tails left or right before turning?
Read it closely
Why shouldn’t our beloved pets enjoy the Halloween festivities? That is, without the sweets. After all, they like the tricks. Let’s be honest, most of our pets look anyways better than us in these adorable customs.