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A worldwide audience I’d like to hear from

Posted in Uncategorized by earthlinggb on July 28, 2017

Just a quick note to my readers: I get views from just about every country on the planet and yet, I hear from very very few of you. Close to zero in fact. There was a time I got comments on my posts but then I “dropped out” for a while (life can be an issue at times). I may drop out again from time to time. It can be exhausting writing these and doing the necessary research and preparation and sourcing to publish them. I’d very much like to hear your views whether you’re from the UK, the US, Germany, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Isle of Man, Australia, Singapore, India, Chile, Israel, France, Brazil, Canada, Japan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Romania, Italy, Holland, wherever on the planet you are. You’re all very welcome and while I may not be able to answer every comment (some may not need a reply) I do read them and will answer whenever and wherever I can.

I do know law enforcement, military personnel and others read this from time to time. YOU may not get a reply unless you prove yourself, somehow, enlightened, but as for everyone else, we’re all in this boat together and whether we may disagree on elements or not, we do have a shared issue and a shared enemy. So your input is very welcome.


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  1. Dekomag said, on July 28, 2017 at 1:15 am

    That we don’t write doesn’t mean that we don’t read with great attention and interest. Bed time for me now. Over the weekend I’ll tell you more.

    Keep up the great job


    • earthlinggb said, on August 1, 2017 at 3:20 pm

      Hi Dekomag: Thank you for the comments. They had been held up in my spam folder for some reason.

  2. dekomag said, on July 30, 2017 at 8:28 pm

    Hello Earthlingg,

    Since I found your blog about 5 o 6 years ago, I have always read with most interest. However, I never leave comments just because I don’t have time for writing. I’m a caretaker and also work overtime hours as a cleaner, I have to work a lot of hours to to have fairly decent life.
    But the fact that I never comment doesn’t mean that it isn’t interesting what you write in your blog. I have a high esteem of your intellectual capabilities.

    Anyway, back to the topic.
    In my case, I’m from Argentina, so I’m going to tell you how things are in Argentina and in Latin America. In terms of the person and contract with the state, it is not as in the UK and USA.

    Latin America encompasses all those countries in the American Continent that speak Spanish or Portuguese. French is also a Latin derived language, yet French speaking countries of the American continent are not considered Latin America as they have a different socio-political alignment. The exception to this is Haiti, who are French speakers but align themselves with Latin America.
    I need to explain this because I’m going to mention the Pact of San José of Costa Rica or American Convention on Human Rights.

    It is appropriately called American, but it has nothing to do with that bastard nation the USA. In fact the USA is not a signatory of such convention.
    Those jewish dominated fuckers in the USA have hijacked the name America. America is the whole continent, not just filthy USA.
    It’s called America because was the explorer and cartographer Américo Vespucio who first mapped the American continent and in 1507 German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller produced the first modern globe map calling America (in homage to Americo Vespucio) to the by then called the New World discovered by Christophorus Columbus and Américo Vespucio.
    To sum up, America is the whole continent and not just what the fat arsed burger-munchers English speakers call america.

    So, the American Convention on Human Rights or also called Pact of San José of Costa Rica is the thing here on this topic.
    In Argentina as in all of those countries signatories of the American Convention on Human Rights or Pact of San José a human being is defined as a Natural Person whereas Legal Persons are entities.
    A Natural Person is born with human rights and state protection rights, whereas and entity has to apply to the judiciary to become a Legal Person.

    For a natural person human rights are inherent, regardless of whether the person has been registered at Civil Registry office. Ultimately, if a person has never been registered and has no official name and surname, no I.D documents, still such person can claim state protection and own property. Property can be claimed using fingerprints (ink print of the thumbs) as signature if they have no official identification documents.
    There are a lot of this kind of people in Latin America, mainly aboriginals in this situation. Some say that they are proud aboriginals that do not want to play by the rules imposed by the colonizer’s laws. But in my opinion they are just lazy plonkers that can’t be arsed popping into the nearest town hall to register the births.
    All those lazy plonkers are undocumented people, yet they are not stateless persons. They are Argentineans, Bolivians, Brazilians, Peruvians, whatever. They are inherently entitled to the citizenship and all rights just by being born within the territory of the country in question.

    In practicality, in real life, the state cannot take proper care of all of them because most Latin American countries are poor and the state hasn’t got all the infrastructure and financial resources needed to look after the poor. However, the legislation is there and is modern legislation of human rights.


    list of signatories:

    If you read it, you will realise that in most countries of the American continent there would never be a case such as “the girls who don’t exist” Aimee Rayner-Okines and Jade Jacobs-Brooks because they don’t have birth certificates.
    In Latin America you don’t need a birth certificate to exist as a natural person, you exist as one just by being born.

    And the case of Charlie Gard wouldn’t happen under the Pact of San José legislation. A court cannot order to shut a respirator unless a patient is clinically death -when there is no longer brain activity- and in such cases is necessary the consent of family or relatives.

    • earthlinggb said, on August 1, 2017 at 3:23 pm

      Hi Dekomag, This stuff is very interesting and I was not aware of it. I will check out the links etc and read more on this so thanks. Very interesting indeed! It reminds me of my post about China and its legal person and how such a thing didn’t exist until the US and China wished to do business together and, obviously, the west wanted to be able to own businesses and, perhaps, real estate in China.

  3. Bad Goyim said, on July 31, 2017 at 7:30 am

    Where are my yesterday’s comments?

    • earthlinggb said, on July 31, 2017 at 11:00 pm

      Bad Goyim, I have no idea? I have not seen any to approve or otherwise. Do you wish to retry?

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