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U.N. Chief Lashes World Leaders Over Syria

www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xgdiYArOqc

Putin's Spy Games, Suspicious "Suicides," and Creative Murders

www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3P21c4oTyA

Settler-Colonialism and Accountability

Basic Definitions

Settler-Colonialism
Settler colonialism is a form of colonialism which seeks to replace the original population of the colonized territory with a new society of settlers. As with all forms of colonialism, it is based on exogenous domination, typically organized or supported by an imperial authority. Settler colonialism is enacted by a variety of means ranging from violent depopulation of the previous inhabitants, to more subtle, legal means such as assimilation or recognition of indigenous identity within a colonial framework.
Unlike other forms of colonialism, the imperial power does not always represent the same nationality as the settlers. However, the colonizing authority generally views the settlers as racially superior to the previous inhabitants, which may give settlers’ social movements and political demands greater legitimacy than those of colonized peoples in the eyes of the home colonies, whereas natural and human resources are the main motivation behind other forms of colonialism. Normal colonialism typically ends eventually, whereas settler colonialism lasts indefinitely, except in the rare event of complete evacuation or settler decolonization.
Settler colonialism is generally discussed in terms of the one-way flow of British values, which overtake and repudiate the culture and history of the location in question. Transnational and global studies of settler colonialism often give more importance to the histories of British emigrants rather than the indigenous peoples that were displaced. Legal proceedings in Australia and Canada have challenged settler rights, highlighting the lasting effects of colonial takeover, and the continued displacement of Indigenous peoples at the start of the twenty-first century. In the United States, Western Australia and South Africa, government used land allotment as a legal way to take possession of indigenous peoples’ land.
Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Settler_colonialism

Genocide
Genocide is intentional action to destroy a people (usually defined as an ethnic, national, racial, or religious group) in whole or in part. The hybrid word "genocide" is a combination of the Greek word γένος ("race, people") and the Latin suffix -caedo ("act of killing"). The term genocide was coined by Raphael Lemkin in his 1944 book Axis Rule in Occupied Europe.
The United Nations Genocide Convention, which was established in 1948, defines genocide as "acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnic, racial or religious group, as such" including the killing of its members, causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group, deliberately imposing living conditions that seek to "bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part", preventing births, or forcibly transferring children out of the group to another group.
Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocide

Self-determination
The right of a people to self-determination is a cardinal principle in modern international law (commonly regarded as a jus cogens rule), binding, as such, on the United Nations as authoritative interpretation of the Charter's norms. It states that people, based on respect for the principle of equal rights and fair equality of opportunity, have the right to freely choose their sovereignty and international political status with no interference.
Source: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-determination

Basic Facts

1. BRExit
2. At Copenhagen, on January 8th, 2020 I was robbed of certain of my belongings. Until today, February 2nd, 2020, my robbed belongings have not been returned to me while my related written complaints towards the Danish leadership they remain unanswered. Consequently, the identities, of those who occupy my robbed belongings, they are fluently revealed by the combination of History and Geography.
3. Legitimate anti-colonialism workers they are being mistreated (gang-stalking, directed-energy weapons, assassination attempts, assassinations, etc.) all over the world while on January 28th, 2020, according to unverified information, one more legitimate European anti-colonialism worker survived from an, against him or her, assassination assault.
4. The settler-colonialism, according to the international law, is illegal.
5. The genocide, according to the international law, is illegal.
6. The settler-colonialism, by definition, it employs genocidal policies, meaning genocide perpetrated against the indigenous population.
7. The legitimate anti-colonialism workers, by definition, they act peacefully and they obey the domestic and the international laws.
8. The human life is sacred and invaluable.

Main Subject

The United Kingdom, due to its recent departure from the European Union and according to my opinion, deserves congratulations because it removed a decisive obstucle towards the normalisation of the political circumstanses within the international community.
Consequently and primarily, now is the time for the international comnunity to act towards:

1. the retraction of the existing non-uniformed settler-colonising armies towards their corresponding colonising-Metropolis and the willing, support, vindication, reinstatement and compensation of all the settler-colonialism's vistims.
2. the establishment of an international agreement which shall allocate, to each and every country, costlessly, the complete set of mineral raw material and energy resources, in the absolute minimum quantities, which are necessary for all the countries' economies to become and to remain self-sufficient, according to the standard of a frugal-prosperity.
3. the complete and static economic and political integration between the U2RIT member-States.
4. the dynamic economic and political integration between the Nations the civilisations of which, they remain absolutely incompatible with the consumption of narcotics, thus they embed, as their fundamental principle, the sacredness and invaluability of the human life.

However, due to the perpetuating settler-colonising violence (e.g. Copenhagen's robbery, assaults against legitimate anti-colonialism workers, genocidal-policies, etc.) which defies the repetitive international calls for terminating the illegitimate settler-colonising violence against indigenous populations (e.g. Greece, etc.), the intended political normalisation of the international community is being postponed.
For the time being and as far as the European Union is conserned, the European citizens, both discretely and collectively as Nations and according to my opinion, they should know that, freedom and civilisation are not like an italian pizza that could be ordered by phone and conveniently delivered by a pizza-boy, at home. Instead, for enjoying freedom and civilisation, all the citizens should struggle, temporarily, for gaining them and perpetually, for retaining them.
Consequently, the opportunistic citizens equally as the opportunistic Nations, they deserve, neither, freedom, nor, the bleshings of the civilisation.
Consequently, an effective and peaceful resolution of the contemporary settler-colonialism's calamity seems to me as highly unlike, unless, both, the social institutions as well as, the E.U.'s member-States (excluding de facto {e.g. Greece} or de jure subjugated Nations), which, either, they illegitimately persecute, or, they refuse to shelter and support, the anti-colonialism workers, they should be considered as compliciting the settler-colonialism itself.
Concluding, I believe that, under certain conditions, the opportunism may be immoral, unjust and even lethal against innocent civilians; relative to massive violations of the human rights, the alleged political nutrality can be nothing else than covert opportunism; and, the opportunists they do not deserve to enjoy benefits for which, heroes like Rauni-Leena Luukanen-Kilde, archibishop Christodoulos, Bernd Sheiffert, Kostas Tsalikidis, Giannos Kranidiotis, etc., have lost their sacred and invaluable lives.

Christos Boumpoulis
economist

“Fake friends are like shadows. They follow you in the sun but leave you in the dark.”

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“True friends will always find a way to help you. Fake friends will always find an excuse.”

“Only a true friend will tell you to your face, what others are saying behind your back.”

“Fake friends will believe the gossip about you, but real friends know better and stand up for you.”

“You don’t lose friends because real friends can never be lost. You lose people masquerading as friends, and you’re better for it.” – Mandy Hale

“The saddest thing about betrayal is that it never comes from your enemies.”

“Fake people hate honesty. It’s the lies that keep them feeling good about themselves and their lives. So share your true feelings about their actions and watch how they fade away.”

“Pay close attention to the people who don’t clap when you win.”

“Fake people don’t surprise me anymore, loyal people do.”

Appendix

Russia - Name Your Poison: Exotic Toxins Fell Kremlin Foes
By Ron Synovitz

The suspected poisoning of anti-Kremlin activist Pyotr Verzilov in Moscow -- just a few months after nerve-agent poisonings in Britain that led to one death and left three others severely ill -- conjures up memories of other Kremlin foes who have fallen victim to toxic attacks in the Vladimir Putin era and previously.
Doctors in Berlin, where Russian-Canadian Verzilov was flown on September 15 after falling seriously ill days earlier, said it was "highly plausible" that he was poisoned.
A longtime opponent of Russian President Putin as a member of the punk protest band Pussy Riot and dissident art troupe Voina, Verzilov's doctors in Germany said on September 18 that something disrupted the nerves that regulate his internal organs.
Verzilov's case comes just months after former Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, were found unconscious in a park in the English city of Salisbury.
A British public inquiry found that the Skripals had been poisoned with the deadly nerve agent Novichok and alleged that the attack was carried out by Russian state agents, later identified as two men traveling under the names Aleksandr Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov.
Less than four months later, Britons Charlie Rowley and Dawn Sturgess were taken to a hospital in Salisbury in critical condition and found to have also been poisoned by Novichok. Sturgess died on July 8.
Skripal, a 67-year-old former Russian Army colonel, and his adult daughter eventually recovered after months of intensive hospital treatment.
Skripal was convicted in 2006 by a Russian court for "high treason in the form of espionage" on charges that he had given the names of Russian agents in Europe to Britain's MI6 intelligence agents during the 1990s.
The attack on the Skripals expanded the list of cases in which Kremlin opponents or critics have fallen ill from poisoning over the years, sometimes fatally, in circumstances that have raised suspicions of KGB-style assassinations.
While the Skripals were hospitalized, London police assistant commissioner Mark Roley told BBC that authorities "have to be alive to the fact of state threats as illustrated by the [Aleksandr] Litvinenko case."
Litvinenko, a former Russian state security service agent who defected to Britain and became a sharp critic of the Kremlin, fell seriously ill in November 2006 and died three weeks later. He was found to have been poisoned with radioactive polonium.
Here's a closer look at poisons thought to have been used in prominent cases of both international and domestic toxic attacks involving Russians.
Fentanyl and Carfentanyl
Initial reports in British media said authorities suspected Skripal and his daughter were exposed to fentanyl, a synthetic opiate painkiller that is at least 50 times more powerful than morphine.
A related synthetic opioid, carfentanyl, is 100 times as potent as fentanyl and as much as 10,000 times as potent as morphine.
In addition to medical uses, and abuse as street drugs that often has deadly consequences, the chemicals have been weaponized as potentially lethal incapacitating agents.
Weaponized forms include guns that shoot felt pads soaked in the substances, paint-ball type projectiles, and an aerosol spray.
The chemicals can be ingested through skin contact or inhaled if they become airborne.
The U.S. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that "first responder" emergency workers in cases of fentanyl and carfentanyl exposure can ingest the chemicals by touching the victim's skin.
Two police officers who initially responded to Skripal's case were treated and one remained hospitalized on March 6.
Moscow's 2002 Theater Hostage Crisis
A report by British government scientists who tested clothing and urine samples from three survivors of the 2002 Moscow theater hostage crisis found that Russian special forces used carfentanyl to subdue Chechen separatists who were holding 800 people captive at the Dubrovka Theater.
The raid succeeded, but more than 120 hostages died from the effects of the chemical.
The same report noted that a Russian general who directed a military chemical institute had said that fentanyls were capable of delivering "a knock-out blow" to subjects within minutes.
Gelsemium -- 'Heartbreak Grass'
The most toxic source of Gelsemium poison is Gelsemium elegans, or "heartbreak grass," a rare variety of a plant that only grows in Asia.
Lacing food with heartbreak grass is a known method of assassination by Russian and Chinese contract killers.
Aleksandr Perepilichny
A Russian oligarch and Kremlin critic who sought refuge in Britain in 2009, Aleksandr Perepilichny had been helping a Swiss investigation into a Russian money-laundering scheme by providing evidence against allegedly corrupt officials in Moscow. He also provided evidence against Russian officials linked to the 2009 death of anticorruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky in a Moscow jail.
Shortly before he collapsed and died in November 2012 at the age of 44 while jogging outside his home in Surrey, Perepilichny told his colleagues that he had received death threats.
Although he was the fourth person linked to the Magnitsky case to die in strange circumstances, police in Surrey initially ruled that his death was not suspicious.
But on May 18, British authorities reopened an investigation into his 2012 death after new tests discovered traces in his stomach that could only come from the highly toxic Gelsemium plant.
The Surrey coroner's court was told the toxicology report raised "serious concerns" that Perepilichny may have been assassinated for helping expose a powerful Russian fraud syndicate.
The court also heard there was "historical animosity" between Perepilichny and Dmitry Kovtun, one of two Russians found in January 2016 by a British inquiry to have poisoned Litvinenko in London in 2006.
Polonium-210
Polonium is a rare and highly radioactive element that occurs in uranium ores. Polonium-210 is about 250,000 times more toxic than hydrogen cyanide, which is itself an extremely poisonous liquid that can kill quickly in a concentrated dose.
A former officer of Russia's FSB security service, Litvinenko fled to London with his family in 2000 and was granted political asylum.
Litvinenko was poisoned in a London sushi bar in November 2006 and an autopsy revealed traces of polonium-210 in his body. British experts said he probably was the first person ever to die of the acute radiation effects of polonium-210.
A British inquiry in January 2016 concluded there was "strong circumstantial evidence of Russian state responsibility" and that Russian President Vladimir Putin and his spy chief at the time, Nikolai Patrushev, "probably approved" Litvinenko's poisoning.
The inquiry, led by a retired British judge, Sir Robert Owen, also concluded that a former KGB agent and ex-Kremlin bodyguard, Andrei Lugovoi, carried out the assassination along with Dmitry Kovtun by placing polonium-210 in a teapot that was served to Litvinenko at a London restaurant.
Before he died, Litvinenko wrote a letter accusing Putin of ordering his death. He had earlier accused the FSB of staging apartment-building bombings and other false-flag attacks in Russia in a bid to bring Putin into power -- claims Russian authorities have denied.
Litvinenko had also accused Putin of ordering the killing of Russian investigative journalist Anna Politkovskaya, a Kremlin critic who was fatally shot less than two months before his own death.
Thallium
Thallium is a chemical element that is found in potassium-based ores, but also is a byproduct from refining heavy metal sulfide ores. Small, nontoxic amounts of the radioisotope thallium-201 are used in nuclear medicine scans.
Thallium salts are highly toxic and have been used in rat poisons and insecticides. Thallium poisoning results in hair loss. Because of its use as a murder weapon, it is sometimes referred to as the "poisoner's poison."
Nikolai Khokhlov
Nikolai Khokhlov was a Soviet KGB agent who defected to the United States in 1953 and testified about KGB operations. Khokhlov was treated for thallium poisoning in Frankfurt, Germany, in 1957 after a failed assassination attempt by the KGB -- possibly the first radiological attack by KGB agents.
Former KGB officers have claimed that Khokhlov was poisoned by radioactive polonium, exactly as Litvinenko was in 2004, rather than thallium.
Litvinenko's poisoning by polonium-210 initially was misdiagnosed as thallium poisoning.
​A Russian investigative journalist and lawmaker, Yury Shchekochikhin campaigned against corruption and the influence of organized crime in Russia.
Shchekochikhin died in July 2003 -- just days before he planned to meet FBI investigators in the United States -- after suffering from a mysterious illness and displaying symptoms of a severe allergic reaction.
Russian authorities declared that he died from Lyell's syndrome, but his medical treatment and autopsy records remain under the control of the FSB.
Some researchers say the symptoms of Shchekochikhin's illness were similar to the radioactive poisoning symptoms of Khokhlov and Litvinenko.
Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin (TCDD) -- 'Dioxin'
TCDD -- commonly, though inaccurately, referred to as dioxin -- is a colorless, odorless solid compound at room temperature. It is the main contaminant in Agent Orange, the defoliation substance that was used by the U.S. military in the Vietnam War. TCDD has been classified as a carcinogen for humans by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
Viktor Yushchenko
Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's bore the marks of TCDD poisoning for a number of years. (file photo)
Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's bore the marks of TCDD poisoning for a number of years. (file photo)
A Ukrainian politician, Viktor Yushchenko was poisoned with hazardous amounts of TCDD in late 2004 while running for president against Russian-favored candidate Viktor Yanukovych.
Tests at the time showed he had the second-highest concentration of TCDD ever measured in a human.
As a result, his face was disfigured for many years by chloracne, but he has been slowly recovering.
Yushchenko, who favored European integration and Ukrainian membership in NATO, said that his poisoning "was not a private act" and accused Russian officials of hindering an investigation into who was responsible for poisoning him.
Official election results declaring Yanukovych as the winner of the vote led to the Orange Revolution protests. The Supreme Court ruled that there had been widespread fraud in Yanukovych's favor and ordered a new vote, which Yushchenko won.
Sarin And Other Nerve Agents
Sarin is a colorless, odorless liquid nerve agent that causes death by asphyxia because victims are unable to control the muscles involved in breathing. It is most dangerous when it is inhaled. The liquid easily turns into a gas and vapor concentrations can also penetrate the skin. Sarin has been classified by the United Nations as a weapon of mass destruction. The stockpiling of sarin is outlawed under the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Ibn al-Khattab
The FSB has said that its operatives killed Ibn al-Khattab, a Saudi-born militant who fought alongside Chechen militants in Russia's North Caucasus during the 1990s and early 2000s. He died in 2002.
Khattab's relatives and other Chechen sources say he was poisoned after handling a letter that had been laced with a "fast-acting nerve agent, possibly sarin or a derivative."
Russian press reports say the letter was delivered by a Daghestani double agent who was paid by the FSB.
Microengineered Ricin Pellets
The Soviet Union possessed a weaponized version of ricin poison during the Cold War, when the KGB was suspected in assassination attempts against at least three well-known Warsaw Pact defectors.
Ricin is produced naturally within the seeds of the plant Ricinus communis, which are crushed to produce castor oil.
The pulp from eight crushed seeds is considered a dangerous dose for adults. But deaths from eating castor plant seeds are rare because of the seed's indigestible shell and because the human body can digest the toxin.
Ricin is most toxic when it is inhaled, injected, or otherwise ingested into the bloodstream.
In the form of purified powder, a dose the size of a few grains of table salt is strong enough to kill an adult.
Georgi Markov
The most infamous case is the so-called umbrella assassination of Bulgarian dissident journalist Georgi Markov in London in September 1978. Markov, who worked for the BBC and Radio Free Europe, died four days after a microengineered pellet containing the poison ricin was injected into his leg. British investigators suspect the pellet was fired by an assassin who used a device hidden in the tip of an umbrella while Markov was catching a bus on London's Waterloo Bridge.
Vladimir Kostov
A similar assassination attempt had been made 10 days earlier against another Bulgarian defector who worked for Radio Free Europe, Vladimir Kostov. Kostov was shot in the back with the same type of ricin-laced pellet while walking in a Paris metro station in August 1978, but he only ingested a small portion of the ricin in his blood and survived.
Boris Korczak
In August 1981, an exposed CIA double agent, Boris Korczak, was struck in his kidney by a similar ricin pellet fired from an air gun while he was shopping for food in Virginia. Korczak also survived the attack and was convinced the KGB was responsible.
Unidentified Poisons
Hafizullah Amin
Hafizullah Amin was an Afghan politician during the Cold War who served as president for three months in 1979 after ordering the assassination of his pro-Soviet predecessor, Nur Muhammad Taraki.
Soviet officials alleged that Amin was an agent of the CIA.
A KGB agent who infiltrated the presidential palace and became the chef attempted to poison Amin on December 13, 1979. But Amin suspected he was being poisoned and switched his food and drink with his son-in-law -- who became ill and was sent to a hospital in Moscow.
Two weeks later, Amin was assassinated by Soviet forces who stormed Kabul's Tajbeg Palace. The Soviet Union then installed Babrak Karmal as Afghan president.
Russian investigative journalist, human rights activist, and Kremlin critic Politkovskaya fell violently ill in September 2004 after drinking tea on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to southern Russia during the Beslan school-hostage crisis.
Politkovskaya believed she was poisoned by the FSB, and media reports said her attackers used an unknown toxin prepared at a former Soviet secret-police poison facility.
Politkovskaya survived, but she was shot dead two years later in the elevator of her Moscow apartment building.
Source: https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-skripal-kremlin-foes-exotic-toxins/29083216.html
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