Suicide Hitler proven (The Seduction)

Posted on | oktober 15, 2012 | 3 Comments

NL-Aid provides evidence of Hitler’s suicide from Trevor-Roper (British Intelligence and historian), dentist Blaschke, witness and editor Bezymenski and pathologist Sognnaes.

In 2009, Hitler’s so-called skull was examined by the University of Connecticut and DNA analysis and bone’s identity proved it belonged to a woman, aged 20 to 40. The main question is: was Hitler’s suicide a cover-up or are the researchers deceived as dabblers by a false skull? NL-Aid examined previous evidence from National Archives and Universities all over the world, in particular dental records. As a backup, the collected documents have been examined and analysed by a Dutch dentist (who likes to stay anonymous). I will present all the details of this historical dental and pathological evidence which, for the first time in history, are published all together. These are rare documents from world’s darkest crypts. Hopefully, this will end all hoaxes and conspiracy theories. The conclusion of this article is that not research techniques should be the core, but research methods. I call it ‘The Seduction’, a leghold trap of scientists blind spot. And yes: Hitler committed suicide. Without a doubt. Though, some inconsistent and unexplained assertions are surveyed.
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NL-Aid: The end of an era

Posted on | oktober 14, 2012 | No Comments

Monday, October 15,  2012, 9 AM Amsterdam time, NL-Aid will come to an end. This Monday, a nice article will mark the times of Updaid (precursor) and NL-Aid. We have discussed fraud within the Dutch development sector, the salaries of directors of Dutch NGOs, the sexual abuse within Dutch churches and much, much more. About 70 authors wrote and published through NL-Aid, all as a volunteer. Pictures of people’s every day lives of 13 photographers and pictures of 11 peacekeeping missions were published. Each picture is a painting. I thank all of them.

NL-Aid is an example of an advanced blog with many visitors: 1200-1500 unique visitors every day, 15,000 a month. Every day, 4,000 article were opened, 30,000 every month. On a top day, we had 4,500 unique visitors. I thank all of them.

I would like to invite you to read my last article on Monday, October 15, 2012.
NL-Aid will end with a big bang.

All best,
Hans Sluijter
Administrator and owner of NL-Aid
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Palestinian children testify about cruel treatment by Israeli soldiers in new short film (VIDEO)

Posted on | oktober 14, 2012 | No Comments

Newly released today, Defence for Children International-Palestine Section (DCI) has produced this short film about Israel’s ill-treatment of Palestinian children during their arrest, transfer and detention. Alone: Palestinian Children in the Israeli Military Detention System contains images of children who found the courage to talk about the appalling treatment.

For example, 14-year-old Ala tells how he was handcuffed and blindfolded during his arrest. “They [Israeli soldiers] put me in the jeep and transferred me to Etzion interrogation center. The interrogator told me to say goodbye to my friend Muhannad, because he was going to throw me from the third floor. No one was there to protect me. No one was with me. I was alone.”
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Heart-to-Hearth on the Drug War

Posted on | oktober 13, 2012 | No Comments

Margarita López begins to speak about the horrible events that marked the end of her daughter’s life in a low, even tone. Some 40 women in a plush Washington, D.C. meeting room listen silently as tears roll down their cheeks.

López narrates how her 19-year-old daughter, Jahaira Guadalupe Vaena López, was abducted in Tlacolula, Oaxaca. She describes her efforts to get the authorities to investigate the crime, how she was warned not to press the matter, how informants told her that her daughter was murdered in a turf battle between fractured drug gangs. Just days before leaving for the United States with the Caravan for Peace, she faced one of the assassins who had been apprehended and listened as he described in detail how her daughter was raped and beheaded.
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Harry Wu and the Quality of Labor

Posted on | oktober 13, 2012 | No Comments

Laogai Map.jpgThere has been a great deal of talk about jobs and China in the US presidential campaign this year. One of thethings that has not been addressed is the nature of that employment. There is a considerable difference between jobs done willingly by people treated humanely and forced labor under brutal conditions. Candidate rhetoricemphasizes the number of jobs that have been outsourced, but not the quality of the positions. After all, there are many jobs in the United States that the unemployed could take, but they are unwilling to do so – this is why we have illegal immigration to this country. Refusing work, even under the most unpleasant and dangerous circumstances, is not an option for the people imprisoned in the PRC’s labor camp system, or laogai (literally ‘reform through labor’). Foreign companies willing to work with (or turn a blind eye to) laogai industries are not only giving China an unfair labor advantage, but are encouraging a multitude of human rights abuses. This is an issue no presidential candidate can afford to ignore.
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