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Conditions in Gaza worsen as 2 million innocent civilians are displaced
United Nations (AP) Three months into the war on Gaza The United Nations Chief has declared Gaza "uninhabitable". Seven tons of humanitarian medical aid has been dropped to a field hospital by a French C-130 Transport as the war drags on. The men, women, and children of Gaza are paying the price as 85% of the population is displaced. Surgical strikes are not employed as thousands of innocent civilians die amidst the terror. The United Nations has identified more than 37,000 structures that have been destroyed or damaged.
Buildings destroyed by Israeli bombardment in the Gaza Strip are pictured from a position along the border in southern Israel, Jan. 5, 2024. (Photo: Jack Guez/AFP)
Havana Syndrome has Become a New Human Rights Atrocity
At The Allen Institute for Human Rights, we strongly believe in holding governments accountable for their actions. We stand with Targeted Justice in their pursuit of justice for Havana Syndrome victims and urge the US government to take responsibility for the harm caused to its workers and civilians. We have full confidence in Ana Toledo, the highly qualified attorney representing the plaintiff(s) Targeted Justice, and we support her efforts to bring this case to a successful resolution.
Ana Toledo is a prominent attorney in the field of human rights, and we are honored to have her as our lead counsel in our lawsuit against the US government. Her vast experience and expertise in the field ensures that the interests of our clients are protected. We work tirelessly to fight for human rights and justice for those who have been wronged by their own government.
On January 11, 2023, Targeted Justice filed a lawsuit demanding the removal of Plaintiffs' and Targeted Justice members' names from two illegal categories of the Terrorist Screening Database that comprise the names of people that do not meet the terrorist criteria. These two subcategories known as handling codes 3 and 4 really serve the purpose of a human experimentation roster. The people listed therein were never supposed to know that they were deemed a "suspected terrorist", let alone that this false information would be disseminated throughout the nation and to 60 countries.
Currently before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the case seeks to declare illegal the placing of innocent people with no ties to terrorism on a terrorist database.
If the criminals that fire the microwave weapons don't have names, they don't have targets...
Circa 1913. Ellis Island"The Great Hall", Registry Room for Immigration into the United States.
The Allen Institute is all in for Asylum, We are all in for Immigration. The image on the left demonstrates the strict policies that were in place in 1913. In this picture the immigrants have just passed their mental evaluation. They had to answer questions. Questions about their past. Questions about our constitution. Questions about our history. Questions about why they came to The United States. The immigrants were checked out by the authorities. They had to salute the flag of The United States of America and pledge allegiance to their new country. To fight and die for her. Many had to wait months to get the chance to be part of The United States.
The image below is Jan 5th 2024. Notice the stark difference. Migrants and asylum seekers are waiting to be allowed into the United States. We do not know who they are. We do not know their background. We do not know their intentions. Migrants from the past have been responsible for rape and murder in the State of Texas. Citizens in New York are afraid of this massive influx of migrants, sleeping wherever they may.
April of 2023 brought a relaxation in the questioning of Chinese Nationals The Chinese have to answer 3 questions to attain asylum.
The current administration allows millions of illegals into The United States. Let us take care of our own people first! We spend trillions on other countries at war. Our vets already know war...
I have a very different opinion on our veterans. Every vet should receive a new home, car, and enough money to last him the rest of his life. But, for now, how about a clean bed, and bath.
My brother served in Vietnam. He was a Private First Class. When he came home everything seemed fine. He spent his life as a tool and die maker. Then in his 60's he passed away from the effects of agent orange an exfoliant used extensively throughout the war.
There are organizations all over the United States that help get the homeless vets, and the homeless off of the streets. I hope that some people take the time to read this plea for those who guarded the gates of the United States of America when we were little kids. You owe them your freedom... and so much more...