Human Rights Video #4: Freedom From Slavery

One of my principle concerns with the current scene is the rapidly escalating speed with which human rights are being trampled. The lack of peace in certain regions is proof positive that these principles are actually valid and needed, more than ever.

This trend needs to be reversed. The entrance point is educating people that they do have rights. Hence this post and the request you share these posts so more people are aware of and insist upon their rights so that we can live in a peaceful society.

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Human Rights Video #4: Freedom From Slavery

Turn Off The Fear Porn On The News And Look At The Statistics

Do you know how many people had the flu listed on their death cert in Australia in 2019? 430
Do you know how many people have the flu listed on their death cert in Australia in 2020? 30
Do you know how many people have COVID listed on their death cert in Australia in 2020? (Totally ignoring that many are fraudulently included as COVID deaths for the financial gain.) 331
How many do you think would have been saved from COVID death had the government not banned the use of Hydroxychloroquine? Most.
How many increased suicides, or injuries from domestic violence let alone economic hardships have occurred from the lockdown?https://www.npr.org/sections/coronavirus-live-updates/2020/05/05/850470436/u-n-warns-number-of-people-starving-to-death-could-double-amid-pandemic
From the fear perspective that the media are promoting, lockdowns feel right.
When you look at the statistics, lockdowns are more destructive than Sweden’s letting their population build herd immunity naturally. (Something you cannot get from vaccines.)

Cooking Vegetables: When Should You Boil The Water?

When to Boil

The reason? Cooking aboveground vegetables simply requires softening the cell walls to make them more palatable and digestible. Because most green vegetables are small with thin cell walls, that process doesn’t take very long. So all you need to do is boil water, add the vegetables, and cook until they are just tender.

Root vegetables, on the other hand, contain a great deal of starch, and that starch needs to be dissolved before most can be eaten.

Starting potatoes off in cold water creates more even cooking. Throwing cold potatoes into boiling water gelatinizes the starches at the surface of the potato too fast, leaving you with a mushy exterior that falls apart and dissolves into the cooking water before the center cooks through. By starting in cold water, the temperature in the potato rises more gently.

Killers All

The actions of these 5 Governors accounts for 40% of the US COVID deaths.

For goodness sakes get them recalled or at least vote them out next election!

Killers All

Human Rights Video #3: The Right To Life

One of my principle concerns with the current scene is the rapidly escalating speed with which human rights are being trampled. The lack of peace in certain regions is proof positive that these principles are actually valid and needed, more than ever.

This trend needs to be reversed. The entrance point is educating people that they do have rights. Hence this post and the request you share these posts so more people are aware of and insist upon their rights so that we can live in a peaceful society.

Watch the video and if you think so too, please share it!

On Getting Things Done

A mate sent me this quote from Plato: “The beginning is the most important part of the work.” Plato – Philosopher (427-347 B.C.)
Considering the number of people who have things they would like to do but who never get started on them I can see Plato’s point but I find it pretty easy to start things and not as easy to finish them.
From what I have learned (and observed and experienced) it is not just me, more people find it easy to start tasks than they do to finish them.
In fact, the worst off amongst us cannot finish anything they start. Which is actually a very reliable way to pick the people to stay well away from and not let in your life.
I well recall visiting two different people. One worked at home and did not appear to be able to throw anything out. He had so many stacks of paper, magazines and books on the furniture and floor in his lounge that he had to move some off the lounge to make space for me to sit. He ended up not paying all his bill.
Another I visited at work. His office was so full of papers, magazines and books that he was unable to get two people to sit in it. He was occupying a meeting room and was hard at work filling that one too!
Ideally one should be as competent in starting, continuing or changing and finishing anything they wish to undertake.
As it is easy to get distracted prior to finishing tasks, I play a little game with myself from time to time to feret out any tasks I have started and discipline myself to finish them off.
It is amazing how many attention units this frees up.
I commend it to you as a useful exercise to try.
See if your experience matches mine!