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From September 17th, 2006
June 24, 2006, I had the following column about the world's most polluted waters
If a child runs out into the street risking being hit by a car, common sense immediately makes you do what ever it takes to rescue it from being wounded.
The same common sense should act also to things that is hidden under the surface and you know exist and is destroying natural resources for survival for all mammals on earth.
This is what has happened so far;
Some week after my input a positive turn came from the Parliament when the Minister for the Environment states to use buoyant/fluid detergent with no content of phosphor instead of detergent powder.
The countries around the
EU therefore should put in economic resources needed for providing immediate help to these countries. Pollution does not make a halt
at the boarder, pollution effect us all.
This mean EU got to re-arrange economic disposals and to do this with though of the next generations in mind.
Maria Coyote 2006-07-13
Today on the Swedish National Day June 6th, just a short reminder;
In no other country in the world are women discriminated as here when showing signs of stroke or heart infarct. Medics at emergency hospitals are committing crime against the Human Rights when not taking a blood sample on women with signs of infarcts and not giving her the same fast treatment as they offer men. Women are having other symptoms on infarcts and strokes than men! Men are given higher priority than women. THAT IS A FACT!
If you who are a medic working at a hospital or a health centre are discriminating women with signs of having a stroke, I do encourage the woman or her family or friends to report you for crime against our Human Rights for not giving her the same emergency help you give to men.