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Celine
23rd October 2010, 23:03
All Must come...

Please..

LaPook : I Fear a "Major Disaster"

Cholera is killing many...torturing even more..

Let's call the angels down..




dTKPh_CLEtw

I was Reaching to the sky
Trying to pluck a star
I was hopeful for a while
But they're just a little too far

Round and round I go
Where I I stop well I don't know
May I should fly
Gently say good-bye

Someone call an angel down
It's getting too dark here on the ground
Someone call an angel down
It's getting too dark here on the ground

I was dreaming so regally
Lonesome on my trail
I was breathing in my life so deeply
And all the air was stale

Round and round we go
Where we stop I don't know
Maybe we should fly
Gently say good-bye

Someone call an angel down
It's getting too dark here on the ground
Someone call an angel down
It's getting too dark here on the ground

Maybe we should hold together
My dear crestfallen eyes
Tired as the hazy sun
Reachin' for disguise

Someone call an angel down
It's getting too dark here on the ground
Someone call an angel down
It's getting too dark here on the ground

Swami
26th October 2010, 09:17
Haiti president, Rene Preval, suggests that cholera outbreak is a biological attack.


Haitian President Rene Preval said on Saturday that the cholera epidemic affecting the country since the beginning of the week was "imported". Preval, however, does not want to investigate the origin of the outbreak. "It would be irresponsible and dangerous" to identify a country as a source of the epidemic that has killed 210 people, said the Haitian leader to station Radio Kiskeya in Mirebalais, one of the areas affected by the disease.
Accompanied by Health Minister, Alex Larsen, head of the Interior, Paul Antoine Bien-Aime, and the police chief, Mario Andrésol, Preval also visited Artibonite (north), another division greatly affected by the outbreak.
The leader took the opportunity to ask that people follow the recommended hygiene practices to prevent the disease from spreading further. "Help yourself and help the state," said the Haitian president, who also asked that news organizations should collaborate with the campaign against the disease through newsletters and awareness messages.


http://www.thebigwobble.com/2010/10/haiti-president-rene-preval-suggests.html