10 thoughts on “Meanwhile, in Yemen…

  1. It’s not Yemen. Sadly we have gotten used to the pictures. We as a nation, the world is not doing enough. Why? Because there is no gain. Imagine Yemen would have oil?

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    1. Ronnie says:

      Are you telling me the images I have used are not from Yemen?

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      1. No, goodness, that’s not what I meant! I was trying to say that we can find the same pictures in Ethiopia, Nigeria, Congo, Sudan and so many more. I wish the world would finally react.

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  2. sudrakarma says:

    It’s f*cking awful what we can do to each other. We deserve plagues and pestilence.

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    1. Ronnie says:

      Twice today I have seen a clip a little girl in Ukraine singing. It reminds me that the world is full of lovely people, and animals. It is the minority in the world that spoil for everyone else. The people who want all the wealth and power, are the people who are least suited to run it for the rest of us.

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      1. sudrakarma says:

        There should be social counter-measures for ambition. There is in some cultures.

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        1. Ronnie says:

          Yes, interesting point, Can you cite any examples?

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          1. sudrakarma says:

            The Swedish custom of Jantelagan, for one.

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  3. sudrakarma says:

    I sweden they have a thing called Jantelagen. You can read more about that here:

    https://hejsweden.com/en/jantelagen-law-of-jante-how-to-be-swedish/

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    1. Ronnie says:

      Thank you for the link. There are similarities to the Law of Jante in Scotland, where I come from. In England, where I currently live, there are various social classes. The UK Government, Conservative Party (Tories) is a good example, of people who consider themselves to be superior to everyone on the planet.

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