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The Guardian 2022 August 29 – September 04

August 29 Revealed / ‘Disturbing’ race divide in cancer patients’ wait times in England Exclusive: analysis of 126,000 cases over a decade shows black and Asian people face longer delays   A damning review of the world’s largest primary care database by the University of Exeter and the Guardian discovered minority ethnic patients wait longerContinue reading “The Guardian 2022 August 29 – September 04”

Putin was so afraid of the democracy that was beginning to flourish in Ukraine that he decided to invade Ukraine

Democracy making Putin afraid. The invasion of Ukraine is about Ukraines resources especially it’s agricultural and industrial potential.

Prime Minister Liz Truss’s Tribute to Her Majesty The Queen in the House of Commons.

Prime Minister Liz Truss’s tribute to Queen Elizabeth II in the House of Commons

The New York Times for the 2nd week of August 2022

August 08 Children in Gaza City reacted to an Israeli airstrike on Saturday. Over the weekend, 44 Palestinians, including 15 children, were killed, health officials said.Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images A cease-fire in Gaza Israel and Palestinian militants in Gaza agreed to a cease-fire late last night, which appeared to hold as of thisContinue reading “The New York Times for the 2nd week of August 2022”

Stability of our society threatened by disinformation via deep fakes endangering democracy

Despite numerous positive use cases of AI-generated synthetic media, deep-fakes might also pose significant dangers to democracy and become the new standard of masterful manipulation. 

Struggles with democracy

In the U.S.A. democracy has come into danger by white right-wing Christians demanding that their idea of mankind shall be followed by law and that their religion has to be taken to construct or determine the legal rules to be implemented.

AJC Global Forum 2022: World at crossroads Democracy versus Tyranny

The American Jewish Committee (AJC) wants to make a difference on the issues that matter. The challenges facing the Jewish people are great, but from the recent conference it looks like there is a large gap between the younger and older generation.

In May more than 1,000 Jews rallied outside the U.S. Capitol for abortion rights

While Catholic-run antiabortion rallies are common, Tuesday May 17, showed some of the faith-based side of the abortion rights movement. More than 100 Jewish groups co-sponsored the event, and speakers included Black, non-Jewish clergy and LGBTQ leaders who all characterized the ability to make reproductive decisions as a human right.

Next week in Belgium probably one of chaos

Because the wage freeze unions are restricted from negotiating wage rises at a time when inflation is rocketing and people feel too much pressure at work. In the world of travel provisions, the week of June the 20th is the beginning of strikes.