The Jews are now feeling that they cannot live with safety in Europe. A man who was investigating the murder of 85 Jews (in a synagogue!) by Iran/Hizbullah is murdered in Argentina. In Saudi Arabia a young man is whipped every Friday for what – basically for practising journalism. People go on supporting this thing called Palestinians when last night I saw these same Palestinains (post Paris) carrying the Black Flag of Islamic State. Hollande most important man in France was not going to invite Netanyahu to Paris following the murders. Abbas who was definitely the organiser of the Munich Olympics massacre of Jewish athletes was in the front line almost at the very centre. Britain France and Germany all voted for the Palestine state in the UN. Sweden is the worst of all enemies of Israel and soon will be an Islamic State. If France is bad now what will it be like in 20 years!? Many many animals in the world are threatened with extinction. In Ireland the Irish Hare could become extinct. Many people do not ask why? They do not go behind the surface impressions of living. Some people offer a religious answer and all I will say that that did not save the Jews from the Nazi ovens in 1939.


Our closest animal relatives to be extinct within 15 years according tot he Jane Goodal organization and it is  coomon theme and common problema. Human beings under the capitalist system are trained by capitalism to take up the ground that the animal life stand upon. Human beings use up the animals space. It is based first of all on intelectual ignorance and the centre of this ignorance is that human beings are the centre of the Universe. No they are not. Human beings through a series of accidents have developed a large and very capable brain. I emphasise accidents. This system of capitalism is destroying the real material world. This is the BIGGEST issue for revolutionary socialism. Article is from http://www.janegoodall.ca/chimps-africa-conservation-threats.php



Conservation & Threats


Wild chimpanzees are critically endangered.

At the turn of the century, 2 million chimpanzees lived in the forests of 25 African nations. Today, only 5 nations (Republic Democratic of Congo, Gabon, Central African Republic, Republic of Congo, and potentially Cameroon) have significant populations of wild chimpanzees, and their numbers have dwindled to between 150,000 and 300,000.

In the absence of swift action, our closest animal relatives

could become extinct within 15 years.