We are living through a crisis in the history of the world the Corona Pandemic. Everyday day there is a new list of deaths. Each country has its own number. There is a total count for the world. Death is the end of life. The Rabbi of Sasregen Rabbi Mordecai Dovid Rubin loved by all his congregants in his Synagogue on E.24th St and Avenue M in the Midwood section of Flatbush Brooklyn recently passed away at the age of 92. Each person his life is important and the valiant workers for the Ministry of Health in hospitals and in clinics consider each life a challenge to save from death. Work is being done in research to make a vaccine. A company in America has now begun to test its vaccine on humans with the permission of the FDA.
I appreciate very much my children your concern about my life and the life of other senior citizens who are in danger from coronavirus. The virus is a burden on all of humanity not only senior citizens. Getting sick is not pleasant. After recovery if there are no complications these sufferings will be forgotten when life returns to normal.
The internal memo that was shared by the head of Cyberpol, Ricardo Zaretsky, paints a grim picture, The Image depicted with the data as of February 1, 2020 shows infected numbered over 154,023 people and the count of the dead at 24,589.
Hence, it is very clear China, in a true sense of Communism, does not provide true numbers. The same scenario occurred during the Soviet era and the Chernobyl disaster. So many innocent people were victims of the radiation exposure. The true tragedy was not reported and other areas got impacted. The numbers that are depicted on how many died and infected shows almost one of the most grim scenarios. Interestingly, it seems every 100 years mass deaths occur.
While Greta Thunberg travels around the world blaming adults for stealing her dreams and her childhood, an attempt to fight climate change is causing dozens of deaths in China. As part of the Blue-Sky Protection Campaign, since October, Hebei Province started to repurchase at a lower price, or confiscate directly, traditional coal stocks from its citizens. For many villages where public heating systems are still unavailable, people were forced to buy more expensive so-called “clean coals” that allegedly could reduce the emission of several gases harmful to the climate.
Mark Twain was enjoying a hearty breakfast one morning and, while perusing his local newspaper, he turned to his favorite section: The obituary column. Imagine his surprise when he saw his own name and found out he was dead. It was a misprint, of course. But it did evince one of his most memorable quotes: “The report of my death was an exaggeration.”
Believe it or not, web surfers have actually turned to Google to ask if certain movies are real or not. It’s not unusual that some naive (or clueless) movie goers were convinced that what they saw on the screen were either “lost scenes” or illegally produced footage of real crimes, up to and including murder. But, we are usually let in on the joke. Here are a bunch of movies in which their creators intentionally fooled the audience into thinking the action was real – and it worked.
Orson Welles himself would be proud…