Today is World AIDS Day and we want to contribute by publishing some stories and thought on the matter that often get less attention than needed.
We will also point you to some sources and facts that are not so popular with those that have been put in charge by our governments to fight this pandemic worldwide.
Please note while some of the facts mentioned might sound hard to believe or provoking, the author(s) have been spending years in the fight against AIDS and have insider knowledge with some of the government agencies related to AIDS.
- UN: 24-October-2006 United Nations day
- Internet: Reporters without Borders 2006 List of “Internet Black-Holes”
- Politics: Transparency International releases 2006 CPI
- Firefox 2: Microsoft sends a cake to congratulate
Today is United Nations day and it is the last for Kofi Annan. Let’s see what the next 365 days will bring for this planet… …For the tenth and last time as Secretary-General, I offer friends and colleagues around the world my best wishes on United Nations Day. I have spent almost my whole professional [...]
To initiate their 24-hour online demo against Internet censorship the international campaign organization Reporters without Borders has published their 2006 list of “Internet Black holes” – countries that censor and don’t provide free access to the Internet. Everyone is invited to connect to the Reporter without Borders website between 11 a.m. on 7 November and [...]
Global civil society organization Transparency International has today released their annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) for 2006. Again the CPI points to a strong correlation between corruption and poverty, with a concentration of impoverished states at the bottom of the list. The 2006 CPI ranks 163 countries by their perceived levels of corruption, as determined [...]
A member of the Firefox team has put up on his private blog this image of a cake said to be sent by the Microsoft Internet Explorer team to the Mozilla Corporation (Firefox team) congratulating them for their successful roll-out of their (and the only one still) competing web browser. We wish to congratulate as [...]