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What Has Happened In Africa Is Now Worldwide–China to Russia: The Writings of African-Americans®

 Tres Mali Scott a Pulitzer Center CitThe Writings of African-Americans®izen Journalist:
Tres Mali Scott a Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist: The Writings of African-Americans®

This Topic is Endorsed by Angels Do Speak!® Tres Mali Scott a Pulitzer Center Citizen Journalist

International Humanitarian Law violations, Human Rights violations, and genocide are not exclusive to Africa. China and Russia have also demonstrated the beginnings of “Abuses”:

  • Removal of Human Rights Activists,
  • Deforestation, and
  • Undefined medical issues in the general populations of these countries.

Inhumane treatment and use  of civilians, non-miltary (the general public) as human shields during wartime are considered International Humanitarian Law violations and those covering up and turning their heads are in violation of Resposibility to Protect (RtoP or R2P).

The Cuban missle crisis’ missles are from their ally Russia, The USSR, or The Soviet Union, which ever name is date appropriate. And as a result of drug sales and “drug lord” fighting, Cuba participates in high levels of terrorist and para-terrorist activities.

To add to that, the diversity in skin color and ethnic appearance in Cuba also hides much of its “international terror”.

 Map of Cuba:What Has Happened In Africa Is Now Worldwide--China to Russia: The Writings of African-Americans®
Map of Cuba:What Has Happened In Africa Is Now Worldwide–China to Russia: The Writings of African-Americans®

The country has people that look Black (like an American Negro), White (like an American Caucasian), and Hispanic (like an American of Spanish descent). This makes it more difficult to identify International Humanitarian Law violations, Human Rights violations, and R2P violations.

Deforestaion Yunnan, China From Angels Do Speak!® on TMSC International® Management & Leadership Update 2012 New Country With the Same Old Problem: China’s Deforestation on Angels Do Speak!®

In conclusion:

On Earth, we use photosynthesis to breathe. If we do not have enough plant life, we will die. The plants can live in the environment without us, but we can not live without the plants. The deforestation in Zimbabwe means reduced plant life, reduced natural resources, and at the National Parks reduced jobs.

                                                                                                   Tres Mali Scott