Archive | October 8, 2014

One Boy Harvested the Wind to Help his Village*

One Boy Harvested the Wind to Help his Village*

By Anthea Hudson

When we think of wind power, we most likely think either of the huge wind farms now dotted across the globe, or the good ol’ country windmills that have been the backbone of our outback stations’ water supply. But how often do we hear of windmills being built from scratch, let alone in a poor African nation, such as Malawi?

William Kamkwamba did just this, and we can share his story in his autobiography, his children’s edition of the book and also on various interviews and documentaries on him that have been produced, some of which I discuss in more depth below.

I read his book The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind a few months back and found it quite moving. It brings home some harsh realities, which some people may wish to remain blind too… but these aren’t written in a sensational way, rather just an honest re-telling of daily life, by a young man. But it’s not all about hard times and despair. It’s about the way William was able to move beyond just accepting his lot in life, to create something remarkable to turn it around — a fully working windmill, cobbled together out of junk parts and what he had on hand.

And possibly the most remarkable thing of all, William was only 14 years old when he did this!

In the short documentary ‘Moving Windmills’, William tells of his life in his poor village of Mastala, Malawi, where 60 families depended on farming for their livelihoods. Being too poor to remain in school, William spent his spare time (when he wasn’t helping with the crops) trying to educate himself by reading library books. One of those books was to change his life, and that of his whole village.

William had noticed that there was a lot of wind where he lived and thought “What can I do to use that wind so that we can have something?” So, he decided to read books which contained information about windmills. A book called ‘Using Energy’ caught his attention. Consisting mostly of pictures, the one of a windmill drew William to it. Having no real instructions as to how to build one, William worked out, by trial and error and by referring to the picture, how to make one himself!

William recalls the first thing he powered with the windmill was a radio… and that local Malawian Reggae music was playing at the time. He then moved on to powering lights for his home.

Although he had received little interest during the building of his first windmill, and was in fact thought to be slightly crazy by many, when people realised it was useful their thoughts began to change.

On returning the library book, the librarian expressed great interest in his project, and arranged to come and see what he had done… bringing some journalists from a Malawian newspaper along too, who then, in 2006, wrote an article which was to have far reaching effects.

In 2007 William was invited to the USA as a guest at a TED conference. He was also given some wonderful experiences, such as flying in a helicopter and venturing to the top of skyscrapers. One of the highlights of his trip must surely have been when he got to visit a huge wind farm in Palm Springs, California, and to discuss his invention with fellow ‘wind man’ Chris Copeland of Wintec energy. Apart from his TED talk, William was also interviewed both for TV and on radio, spreading his ingenious project far and wide.

“My dream is to finish my education and in the future to start my own company about windmills.” said William “Most people, they want technology, but they cannot use the internet technology without electricity. That’s what I’m planning to do, to come up with reliable electricity. Yeah, that’s what I’m planning to do.”

At the end of this documentary is noted that in 2008 William was due to join the inaugural class of the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, which is the first pan-African preparatory school, and thereby taking another step in fulfilling his goals.

Also stated was the fact that in the months following this filming, William added a second windmill, solar panels, bright lighting and a deepwater well to his family compound, made possible by donations that followed after his story became known.

In a video, we see William at his first TED talk, a very shy and unsure young man being interviewed and sharing some of his story, along with a few slides to illustrate. He told of the four lights and two radios his windmill could power, and his plans to build another windmill to pump water, so that his village could irrigate their crops.

William’s second time on TED shows a far more confident young man, now 22 and with a better command of the English language, and an enthusiasm to share far more of his story with the audience.

He speaks of how his family grew maize, but due to an awful famine in 2001 people were starving to death. His family could only eat one meal a day and were shrinking down to nothing. “I looked at my father and looked at those dry fields.” he says “It was a future I couldn’t accept.”

William then decided to do anything he could to educate himself, and the library was the best place to start. He discovered a real love of science, especially physics. Speaking of the book ‘Using Energy’, which started him on his journey of creating electricity, he says “Another book put that knowledge into my hands. It said windmills could pump water and generate electricity. Pump water meant irrigation, a defense against hunger which we are experiencing by that time.” So, William decided to build his own windmill.

Having no materials, he went to a scrap yard and found treasures such as a shock absorber, PVC pipe and a tractor fan. Also using an old bicycle frame and a bicycle dynamo and other bits and pieces, he built his first machine. From originally powering just one light, he then expanded to 4 lights with home-made switches and even a circuit breaker. A second windmill now pumps water for irrigation.

He recollects with amusement, that from an initial lack of interest, people had now started lining up outside his house to charge mobile phones!

From the original newspaper article, word spread, and he received the first call to speak at TED. It was a time of many new experiences. He’d never seen an aeroplane before… never stayed in a hotel.

The first time on stage he was very nervous, he shares with the audience, his English ‘lost’. “I said something like — I tried… and I made it”. This time, he says, he wants to put out the message to all people like him, poor and struggling with their dreams. “I say to you, trust yourself and believe. Whatever happens don’t give up!”

William Kamkwamba is a truly remarkable young man, with a resilient spirit, a joy of sharing his experiences and, I believe, a rewarding and exciting future ahead of him. It’s well worth checking out his books and videos.

William and his friends are now working on a full length film about his achievements. You can help support this project, along with village development projects, by donating to these causes, and also find out more about William and what he is doing at www.movingwindmills.org and williamkamkwamba.typepad.com/williamkamkwamba. Also see William’s ‘Speaker Page’ on TED.

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Chile Defends Earth and Halts Gold-Copper Mine*

Chile Defends Earth and Halts Gold-Copper Mine*

By Andréa Germanos

The Atacama Region in north-central Chile, where the El Morro mine is located. (Photo: Pablo Diaz)

Siding with the local indigenous community, Chile’s high court has halted a gold and copper mine.

The ruling issued Tuesday from the nation’s supreme court, which overturns a ruling by a lower court in April, is the latest development in years of legal battles over the El Morro mine.

Canada-based Goldcorp owns 70% of the mine. The local Diaguita community has charged that the mine threatens to pollute a river.

For the project to continue, a “fresh consultation, based on an International Labor Organization convention,” must take place with the Diaguita, Reuters reports.

“The Diaguita people are happy that justice is on the side of the humble, of those who defend Mother Earth, our water resources and our indigenous land,” the Associated Press quotes Diaguita leader Maglene Campillay as saying following the ruling.

A Permanent Peoples’ Tribunal held in Montreal earlier this year found that mining projects are often “undertaken without respect for the right of self-determination of affected peoples and for the right of people to define for themselves their ways of life and their future,” watchdog group MiningWatch Canada noted.

The Tribunal also found that the Canadian state as well as five mining companies, including Goldcorp, were guilty of human rights violations in Latin America for their actions to fuel and protect the mining industry.

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Barrick Gold Corporation is the largest gold mining company in the world, with headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is owned by Rothschild who controls tthe global gold stockmarket.

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Libya Takes Goldman Sachs to Court*

Libya Takes Goldman Sachs to Court*

Libya’s sovereign wealth fund took Goldman Sachs to court in London on Monday to recover $1.2 billion from a series of derivatives trades made during Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

The Libyan Investment Authority claims that its international inexperience and a relationship of trust with the bank was “exploited” by Goldman Sachs, which disputes the allegations.

The Wall Street bank allegedly made $350 million in up-front profits from the trades, although the deals were rendered worthless for the LIA when they matured in 2011.

The LIA is now seeking compensation, with the case expected to start early next year unless a settlement is reached beforehand.

The claim relates to deals made in 2008 under Gaddafi in the few years between the country opening up to Western investments and the dictator’s bloody overthrow in 2011.

The LIA said in court documents seen by AFP that the Wall Street bank used its influence to “drive through a series of complex derivative investments which, whilst extremely profitable for GSI [Goldman Sachs International] were inherently unsuitable for a sovereign wealth fund like the LIA”.

Catherine McDougall, a lawyer from Allen & Overy, who arrived in Tripoli in 2008 to work with the Libyan Investment Authority, also submitted a witness statement which appeared to back up the LIA’s case.

“I asked them [the LIA] where the due diligence was, and they responded ‘due what?’” she said. “They said that they did not ask for any due diligence [adding that] there was no need to since Goldman had advised them to do these trades.”

But Goldman Sachs has denied the allegations, arguing that the LIA representatives knew the risk of the trades, saying in its court filing that the fund included “highly experienced banking professionals”.

“The disputed trades were not difficult to understand,” it said, adding that they had “a clear commercial logic”.

“This claim is a paradigm of buyers’ remorse,” it added, blaming the loss-making trades on the huge disruption on the markets caused by the global financial crisis.

“We continue to believe this case is entirely without merit and intend to contest it vigorously as it moves through the legal process,” Goldman Sachs said in a statement.

Shortly before the financial crisis hit, Libya’s $65 bn sovereign wealth fund was busy building links with different Wall Street banks, including Goldman which was seen to be working hard to win Libyan business.

According to the LIA’s legal team, Goldman first approached the LIA in 2007 and promised to set up a “partnership” with the fund, which would see it train its employees and to provide strategic long-term advice.

Goldman employees also allegedly lavished LIA employees with corporate entertainment, taking them out on wild nights in Morocco and London filled with “heavy drinking and girls”. If the allegations are proven, this behaviour could be deemed a violation of Goldman’s own compliance rules, one witness statement said.

Goldman has countered the claims, insisting that the LIA employees were not duped and understood the deals well enough to make suggestions and amendments to the terms. The hearings continue.

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Massacred Syrian Town Ten Months under Siege Freed by the Syrian Army not the U.S. Coalition*

Massacred Syrian Town Ten Months under Siege Freed by the Syrian Army not the U.S. Coalition*

By  Franklin Lamb   … with the Syrian Army at Adra al-Omalia, NE of Damascus

We use this photo not to shock, but to honor these executed men so they are not forgotten, which is what usually happens…photo: Franklin Lamb

[ Editor’s note: Franklin Lamb takes us to the front lines in Syria, where America’s terror brigades have continued to inflict ISIL horrors on the Syrian people without so much as a tear in Washington, DC. It was the grand-standing George Bush, who bragged that America would hunt down terrorists and their supporters wherever they could be found. What he did not tell us is that those terrorists who served American interests would have no worries.

The Western press gave huge coverage to the three recent beheadings. We knew that was prestaging for something that was coming, a new offensive. Meanwhile, as the Syrian Army continues to free one town after another from Western-supported terror gangs, the stories coming out from the surviving townspeople would make ISIL look like boy scouts. And yet, the world will hear little about the story of Adra, which Franklin Lamb brings us today.

There are many such stories from America’s war on the Syrian people. And no one has yet been prosecuted here for aiding and abetting terrorism. We have become what we set out to destroy. And it will be debated that maybe we were “them” all along… Jim W. Dean   at aol.]

Franklin lamb in Syria with security detail

In the early hours of Thursday, 9/25/2014, after five days of fierce fire fights with advancing Syrian troops, approximately 1,000 Jabhat al-Nusra and Liwa al-Islam (Army of Islam) jihadists quickly assembled their hostages from the basements of more than forty buildings in the industrial town of Adra al-Omalia.

The town — you could almost think of it more as a neighborhood — is located about 12 miles northeast of Damascus. Those who had been taken hostage, initially approximately 500 people, were mainly government employees, along with Shia, Christian, Kurdish, Ismaili, and Druze residents.

As the Syrian Arab Army closed in last week, the overwhelmed jihadists marched their captives into trenches and underground tunnels, disappearing with them.

No one — besides their abductors —knows exactly how many of the original 500 people are still alive, but military sources believe at least some of the kidnapped families were moved in the direction of the town of Douma, which has been the opposition’s strategic base since the start of the Syrian crisis in March, 2011.

Douma is also where some of the most important rebel fortifications are situated and fighting continues there.

Last week’s battle for Adra al-Omalia was a significant turning point. The town is now liberated, but the story of what took place there over the past 291 days is presently emerging, and it is a horrifying one.

With a pre-massacre population of over 100,000, Adra housed 600 manufacturing plants and grain silos. It was a key area. In May of 2013, Ziad Badour, Director of Adra Industrial City, told the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), that creative responses to U.S. unilateral economic attacks against Syria had given rise to more than 48,000 job opportunities in the region.

He said Adra had received workers from different parts of the country, and had also managed to absorb internal refugees—from Douma, Yabroud and Nabek, as well as from the farms of Ghouta.

With inexpensive yet high-quality housing, the quiet town, with its well-maintained streets and sidewalks, became a very attractive destination for workers and middle class residents from Damascus.

Syrian Army Advances to Liberate the Town

Syrians soldiers show Franklin what is left of the town

Starting on September 21, 2014, government forces advanced upon the town in a three-directional pincer operation from the north, west, and south, and theoretically should have been able to cut off al-Nusra’s western escape route to Douma. But the Army admits now that the extent of Adra’s underground tunnels was previously unknown to them.

Some of these trenches and tunnels appeared to be at least one-half mile in length and approximately 14-feet deep by 10-feet wide. One trench the army showed to visitors is connected at the end with a tunnel approximately ¾-mile long.

It was probably predictable that rebels would attempt an escape to Douma, still under Islamist control, but no one expected it to happen as quickly as it did.

As we toured the area, some soldiers involved in the fight, as well as the Army’s public information officer, “Talal,” a friendly and conscientious Syrian patriot, expressed surprise to this observer over the surprisingly fast exit by al-Nusra.

​The soldiers pictured above explained to this observer that they fought al Nusra hard for five days. One problem they had was that every time the Syrian army would move towards the 45 buildings in the area, al Nusra would throw children and women off the 8-story high rooftops. Human shields was one key strategy of their enemy.

The tunnels constructed by the group and its disparate gathering of Islamists from outside Syria are not quite up to the standards of Hezbollah’s south Lebanon and Bekaa tunnels, a half-dozen of which this observer has visited. Nor, apparently, are they up to the standards of the Hamas tunnels which so vexed and aggrieved the Zionist aggressors this past summer.

Nonetheless, they are equipped with phone wires, water, bathrooms and electricity as well as areas for cooking, dormitories and IED and bomb-making shops. And in the trenches, which are quite large, one finds transport vehicles such as trucks and minibuses, as well as artillery launchers and 50mm guns mounted on pick-ups. From inside one of the tunnels, the Army confiscated a large cache of weapons, ammunition, mobile devices, and chemicals to make chlorine gas.

Feminists of the world completely silent as village women are raped

Tunnels have been extensively used in this urban combat

A Syrian lady friend observed a woman’s bag in the back of one the trucks, perhaps belonging to one of the hostages who were forced to leave in hurry, or perhaps it belonged to a woman linked to one of the foreign fighters who tend to acquire a jihadi or slave wife(s) and family.

In any case, scattered diapers suggest some babies were born to the Islamists during their occupation of Adra as well.

Not all the tunnels were complete; in fact some were still under construction, and inside one of them more than 50 five-gallon buckets were found. The buckets were all filled with chipped rock—as if the jihadists’ tunnel-digging work had been abruptly interrupted.

One Islamist sympathizer explained to this observer that al-Nusra and Da’ish (IS) are the best at building “Iranian model” tunnels because, unlike Hezbollah and Hamas Islamists, who Tehran trains, Syrian Islamists have to adapt their construction techniques. This means building tunnels and trenches very quickly and through solid rock — a much more difficult process than simply hollowing out packed sand, the predominant medium at certain tunnel locations in Gaza and some part of Lebanon.

The occupation of Adra al-Omalia lasted nearly ten months, commencing in December 11, 2013, when fighters from al-Nusra and the Islamic Front, another jihadi group, captured the main employee residential complex, using an old sewer to outflank government forces.

Many apartments in the area were quickly burned or gutted with grenades or other explosive devices, the reasoning being that jihadists believed the residents loyal to the government. What quickly took place was a massacre, and many eyewitness accounts of the events are now surfacing.

Mazhar Ibrahim is a doctor originally from the Tartus countryside who has lived in Adra for the past several years and who recalls what happened as the militants infiltrated into the city last December:

“Since the earlier hours of that day, I had heard the crackle of gunfire in front of my house that is in front of a bakery. Then I realized that it was fire being exchanged between the militants and the bakery guards. I escaped with my wife and my daughter, Kristin, to a nearby shelter, where dozens of residents were hiding.

Then the armed men found the shelter; they started torturing, killing and investigating, and demanding to know who supports the regime and who works with the government. The militants cut off the hands of the government workers in order to prevent the resumption of their work and to behead some of them and to torture their bodies in front of the children’s eyes.”

Non-Syrians wreak havoc on villagers

The doctor also described the horrific scenes that he, with his family, saw of decomposed, tortured and beheaded bodies, which were thrown all over the streets.

His wife said that,

The armed men were non-Syrians. We lived terrible days, before we could escape with only the clothes that we wore.” She added:

“We woke up at dawn with the sound of bullets… we saw men carrying black flags of Jaish al-Islam and Jabhat al-Nusra. Some of them were singing ‘Alawites we have come to cut off your heads’ song, and this was the song they first sang at the start of the war in Idlib.”

Another eyewitness described the grisly events of later that day:

“The rebels began to attack the government centres, and attacked the police station—where all the policemen were killed after only a brief clash because of the large numbers of the attackers. They (the attackers) then headed to the checkpoint located on the edge of the city before moving to the clinic, where they slaughtered one from the medical staff and put his head in the popular market.

They then dragged his body in front of townspeople who gathered to see what was happening. Bakery workers who resisted their machinery being taken away were roasted in their own oven. Jabhat al-Nusra and Islamic Front fighters went from house to house with a list of names and none of those taken away then has been seen since.”

When the Syrian army would try to enter Adra, the Jihadists would throw women and children from the 20,000 people it captured off the top floors in front of the army.

The Mhala Family

Street scenes were a horror, with the dead often left where they were killed. Photo: Franklin Lamb

The award winning journalist Patrick Cockburn, colleague of the author, published an account of the sheer terror experienced by one Adra family — the Mhala family. The story appeared in the UK Independent on February 9, 2014, and also in Counterpunch.

Mr. Nusair Mahla, a government employee, described to Cockburn the last minutes of the life of his sister, Maysoun Mhala, who was an engineer who used to help families who were displaced by the fighting.

It was on December 11, 2013 that the family decided to blow themselves up in their home, including their children Karim and Bishr, as al-Nusra Islamists broke through the door of their dwelling.

Earlier that day, Nusair was able to telephone his sister Maysoun, who already at that time could see the militants in the street.

“They look so terrifying, and I am afraid,” she told him.

“I was looking out the window and I saw the terrorists kill one of the NDF [pro-government National Defense Force militia] with a big knife.”

Maysoun went on to explain to Nusair that she and her husband, Nizar, planned to try and wedge the door of their apartment shut, but that if this failed and the Jihadis broke in, then the whole family had taken a momentous resolution: rather than face torture and inevitable death at the hands of al-Nusra, they would die as a family by detonating grenades.

As the Islamists kicked in the door, the family detonated the explosives, killing the father and two sons and blowing the leg off Maysoun. The rebels then dragged Maysoun’s body behind a car around the neighborhood.

On 9/25/14, the day this observer spent in Adra, Nusair, the brother of Maysouon Mhala explained that the four bodies of his family members were found in the apartment the day before and had been “buried decently”.

Stories from Adra residents who survived suggest that the same people who helped the Hasan family, also helped al Nusra to get inside their building. In times of danger, some citizens seek to survive via dual and desperately shifting loyalties.

The UN called the truth inflammatory

Cockburn isn’t the only one who has reported on the Mhala family’s tragic destruction. Their story was also alluded to by Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem, in a speech at the opening of the Geneva II Conference on January 22, 2014, in Montreux, Switzerland:

“Under the name of a ‘revolution,’ we see a father that is killing himself and his family so he would save them from strangers entering his house. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, and most of you here are fathers of children. Imagine the feeling of a father when he has to kill his own family with his own hand to protect them from monsters that take the form of people and pretend that they are fighting for freedom. This is what happened in Adra. Adra—I think nobody of you have heard of it. Strangers came in. They killed and burnt people.

You have not heard anything about it, but probably you have heard about other places where the same thing happened as happened in Adra, and they have accused the state and the Syrian Army. However, when no one could believe this lie any more, they stopped saying anything about it. This is what is being done by states who are the first attackers on Syria after they put aside others who were trying to take the leadership of the country through influence and money, this by using the horrible Wahhabi thought that is being spread in Syria. From this rostrum I tell you, you know, as I know, that it will not stop in Syria.”

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon attempted to cut the Syrian foreign minister off, saying he has exceeded his time limit. Muallem’s speech was later denounced by the State Department’s Jen Psaki as “inflammatory.”

Let Ban Ki-moon and Psaki come to Adra

Syria is being used as an example of what awaits those who defy the New World Order

Visitors arriving in Adra now see widespread damage to buildings from the warring parties. Army units will take the next few weeks to comb the city and remove explosive devices and car bombs, often found planted in parks and squares and at entrances to buildings.

As this observer was meandering along some streets within the just-liberated area, he stumbled, almost literally, upon the remains of a dozen fighters along the side of a destroyed truck. He reported the shocking discovery to some soldiers, standing on their tanks nearby, who then called an officer over.

The bodies appeared to have been in the same spot for many months, maybe soldiers lined up and machine gunned. Their skin was baked dry, leathery, like what one sees in photos of mummies.

Someone had covered them a long time ago with blankets or sheets, which were now oil-soaked and caked with thick dust. All wore military uniforms and a few had rings on their fingers and their hair appeared baked and brittle – maybe by months in the hot sun, one soldier speculated.

The site was more than a little numbing, but due to the priority of Army engineers in searching for booby traps — and due to the fact that the bodies themselves could be booby-trapped — the corpses could not be removed immediately. Later on that same day, however, as it began getting dark and I and my friend were preparing to return to Damascus, I made a point to check the area again and was relieved to see two ambulances parked nearby — the bodies had finally been removed.

In taking Adra al-Omalia and expelling the armed militants from it, the Syrian Army has made a significant gain. The government now controls International Highway 5, which connects to Jordan in the south and runs north up through Damascus to Aleppo and Turkey.

It remains to be seen how soon the terrorized residents can return to their homes and begin rebuilding their lives.

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Protecting Elite Paedophiles

Protecting Elite Paedophiles

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