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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #30 on: April 15, 2022, 09:28:31 pm »
Similarly:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBKf-857Bnk

This is just going to get worse over time as water levels rise. The only correct solution is to emigrate. The aim should be to at leat return to the pre-colonial Azanian population which was a much more sensible number:



The remainder should move to former colonizers Britain or the Netherlands.
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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #31 on: April 22, 2022, 01:27:55 am »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/climate-change-and-russias-war-in-ukraine-help-push-somalia-to-the-brink-of-famine-231159528.html

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After three consecutive years of almost no rain, the East African country of Somalia is in the grips of its worst drought in more than 40 years, according to an analysis by the World Food Programme, the food-assistance branch of the United Nations. Experts say conditions are so dire for the nation’s 16 million residents that a famine threatening millions of people is fast approaching.

The only correct solution is mass emigration.

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“A famine could be declared in some parts of the country in the next few months,” Abdi-Rashid Haji Nur, the Somalia country director for Concern Worldwide, told Yahoo News.

Three failed rainy seasons and a fourth now unfolding have resulted in barren harvests, malnourished livestock and such limited natural resources that at least 700,000 Somalians have uprooted their lives and left their homes in hopes of finding safety and sustenance. Many have been forced to set out on long journeys through dangerous terrain and conflict-ridden communities in search of urban centers to access support.

“The situation is not only alarming, but also deteriorating,” Patrick Youssef, regional director of Africa for the International Committee of the Red Cross, told Yahoo News. “People are massively abandoning their homes in search of food and water ... and women and children are dying on the way.”

I of course do not mean internal migration from one part of Somalia to another. I am recommending migration from Somalia, preferably to former colonizers Britain and Italy, or otherwise any former Western colonial power.

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From 2010-2012, a quarter of a million Somalis — half of them children — died during the last famine to be caused by drought, according to a report by the U.N. and the U.S.-funded Famine Early Warning Systems Network.

Imagine if all of them had emigrated instead.

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Today, more than a third of the population, or 6 million people, are facing severe hunger in a country where seven out of 10 people live on less than two dollars a day, data from the World Food Programme shows.

Estimates show that 350,000 of the 1.4 million severely malnourished children in the country would die by this summer

Emigrate ASAP!

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Various humanitarian groups, including Concern Worldwide and the ICRC, are on the ground in Somalia, but insufficient funding and limited access to war-torn parts of the country means they can only do so much. Aid groups say they have raised just 3% of the funds that are needed to help the country.

It is much easier to emigrate.

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As evidenced by severe floods in South Africa this week that have left at least 500 dead or missing, the continent of Africa faces the brunt of other countries’ actions. In its latest report, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change determined that Africa has historically been one of the world’s lowest greenhouse gas emitters, yet suffers some of the most severe effects of climate change.

This is why emigration to the countries whose civilization was behind the Industrial Revolution (which caused global warming) is the correct solution.

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n February, 50 Somali and international NGOs in an open letter asked for support from donor nations and the international community, hoping to avoid a repeat of another near famine-like drought a decade ago.

“In 2011, despite the warnings, the international humanitarian system did too little, too late and an estimated 260,000 people lost their lives to a famine,” the letter read in part. “We must make sure that history does not repeat itself.”

I guarantee history will repeat itself unless you emigrate ASAP.

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #32 on: April 27, 2022, 10:35:15 pm »
Continuing from:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/issues/climate-refugees/msg12828/#msg12828

now:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/india-too-hot-says-modi-104850780.html

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India is getting too hot too early, raising the risk of fires, Prime Minister Narendra Modi warned on Wednesday, as a heatwave gripped much of the country and a landfill site burned on the capital's outskirts.

"Temperatures are rising rapidly in the country, and rising much earlier than usual," Modi told heads of India's state governments in an online conference.

The extreme heat has swept across large areas of India and Pakistan this week and follows the hottest March since the India Meteorological Department (IMD) began keeping records 122 years ago.

More than a billion people are at risk of heat-related health impacts, scientists said.

This is the number that should become climate refugees ASAP!

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SWELTERING

Among the worst hit have been the typically humid eastern Indian states, which saw temperatures above 43C on Wednesday.

"Rarely it happens that nearly the whole country ... is reeling under (a) heatwave," said hydroclimatologist Arpita Mondal at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, on the coast of Maharashtra, where she said the heat was "unbearable". Mumbai temperatures hit 37C on Wednesday.

Climate change is "beyond doubt" a contributing factor to the weather extremes, Mondal said.

And which one civilization is singularly to blame for this? This is where climate refugees should head to!

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While heat risks lives and livelihoods in India, the real danger comes when high temperatures mix with high humidity, making it difficult for people to cool down through sweating.
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On Wednesday, cities in southern West Bengal and coastal Odisha saw wet bulb temperatures of around 29C. Humans can survive only a few hours outdoors if wet bulb temperatures exceed 35C.

Emigrate to the EU FFS!

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #33 on: May 15, 2022, 03:47:52 am »
How many more warning signs do you need? Emigrate ASAP!

https://us.yahoo.com/news/birds-falling-sky-india-record-083435523.html

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Birds are falling from the sky in India as a record heatwave dries up water sources
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In India's western Gujarat state, currently averaging temperatures over 110°F, dozens of high flying birds, including pigeons and kites, have been dropping out of the sky every day, Reuters reported.

Vets in an animal hospital in Ahmedabad said they had treated thousands of birds in recent weeks, the outlet said.
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The nearly "unsurvivable" heat is increasingly the result of human-caused climate change, according to Yale Climate Connections.

Non-Western humans did not cause it.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/northern-hemisphere-feeling-heat-pakistan-005055828.html

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Northern Hemisphere feeling the heat as Pakistan hits staggering 51 C


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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #34 on: May 20, 2022, 12:42:54 am »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/time-running-save-horn-africa-174258967.html

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"We're out of time. We need money urgently to save lives," UN aid chief Martin Griffiths told a press conference in Geneva, following a two-day visit to Kenya.

The Horn of Africa is experiencing one of the harshest droughts in living memory, with more than 15 million people facing high levels of acute food insecurity and severe water shortages across Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, the UN said.

The number could reach 20 million if the current below-average rains fail.

"It's likely to get a lot worse for more people in the weeks ahead," Griffiths said, with prospects for the next rainy season from October to December "as dire as the last four" seasons.
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Griffiths said the Horn of Africa was "particularly underfunded" and funds invested there would be "money well spent... because the suffering is so intense".

In the Sahel region, the situation was "similarly dire".

Up to 18 million people in Africa's semi-arid sub-Saharan belt will face severe food insecurity over the next three months, he said.

The UN humanitarian agency launched its 2022 appeal in December, seeking $41 billion to help 274 million in need of humanitarian aid and protection.

But it now needs $46 billion to help 303 million people, of which it aims to reach 202 million.

Griffiths said donors had so far contributed almost $6 billion so far -- a record high at this point in the year.

But since humanitarian funding has levelled out at about $19 billion a year and the 2022 bill has risen, "we're not even going to make it halfway", he said.

Which is why the only correct solution is mass emigration to the EU. I have been advising people to emigrate early for years. They didn't listen. Now the crisis is here.

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #35 on: May 22, 2022, 03:01:04 am »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/torturous-heat-breaking-records-livelihoods-083025491.html

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NEW DELHI, India — Street vendor Rohan Mishra wakes before dawn to buy fresh vegetables from the bazaar and steels himself for another day hauling his cart under the punishing New Delhi sun.

Unable to afford time off during India’s record-shattering heat wave, he endures headaches, dizzy spells and nosebleeds as he desperately tries to hawk his produce before it withers in the basket.

“Money has been difficult recently,” Mishra said. “This [weather] is torturous. I frequently have to throw away vegetables because they become mushy and spoil in the heat. We already buy at a steep price because the hot weather has been affecting the harvest.”

Mishra is one of millions of laborers in India and Pakistan who have had to toil through the hottest spring on record, in conditions that scientists fear will soon regularly afflict billions across the globe and contribute to a looming food crisis.

The U.N.’s climate science panel said in February that more than 430 million people globally were exposed to extreme heat in 2020.

Depending on how quickly the global economy reins in carbon emissions, it warned that between half and two-thirds of humanity would be “exposed to periods of life-threatening climatic conditions arising from coupled impacts of extreme heat and humidity” this century.

It said the burden will be disproportionately felt by the urban poor in regions of sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.

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“Whether it’s in Madagascar or India, or multiple African countries, we’ve seen this for a while —  it’s a dual shock of heat waves and droughts,” he said.
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Most lower-income families lack access to refrigeration, cold water or air-conditioning — a potentially deadly situation, especially when extreme heat combines with high humidity to create “wet bulb” temperature spikes. High wet-bulb temperatures can hamper the human body’s ability to cool itself through perspiration, meaning just a few hours’ exposure can kill even healthy individuals.

Singh said that even during low-humidity hot spells, older people with underlying health conditions such as lung or heart issues are particularly vulnerable. There is also greater risk of contracting illnesses such as diarrhea, which kills more than half a million children under 5 each year.

“When you don’t have refrigeration, you eat spoiled foods and you can get sick,” Singh said.

Dasgupta said that farmers in the region were increasingly contracting kidney disease as they are unable to find enough water to drink throughout the day when temperatures soar.

The only solution is mass emigration. Sure, becoming a climate refugee may involve risks of its own, but not becoming a climate refugee will eventually mean certain death. We need to think of heatwaves caused by global warming as slow-acting WMDs. They were created by the same civilization that created the other WMDs, and they could end up killing billions of us if we do not flee the bombing. But the fact that these WMDs are slow-acting at least gives us time to flee, unlike with the other WMDs. So why aren't we taking advantage of the slowness to relocate? To avoid being killed, and to be in position to one day hold Western civilization accountable for the bombing, as many of us as possible need to be as near as possible to those who did this to us.


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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #36 on: June 01, 2022, 09:46:31 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/drought-threatens-starvation-horn-africa-112901307.html

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LONDON (Reuters) - Millions of people face severe hunger in the Horn of Africa as the worst drought in more than 40 years could extend to a fifth consecutive failed rainy season, the United Nations and humanitarian agencies warned on Tuesday.

The March-May rainy season appears likely to be the driest on record, devastating livelihoods and deepening a humanitarian emergency in Ethiopia, Somalia and parts of Kenya, including a risk of famine in Somalia, they said in a joint statement.

There is a risk that the October-December rainy season could also fail.

Drought has combined with a global rise in food and fuel prices, pushed up by war in Ukraine, to impact millions of people across the continent.

An estimated 16.7 million people currently face acute food insecurity in east Africa and that figure could increase to 20 million by September, the statement said.

"The threat of starvation looms in east Africa. This is after four failed rainy reasons," said Clare Nullis, spokesperson at the World Meteorological Organization.

"We are particularly concerned that the situation is set to get worse," she told a briefing in Geneva.

Aid agencies are seeking to avoid the repeat of a famine a decade ago that killed hundreds of thousands of people.

Those hundreds of thousands from a decade ago should have migrated to the EU. They didn't, therefore they died. Will people today learn from this previous mistake?

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"A rapid scaling up of actions is needed now to save lives and avert starvation and death," the U.N. and agencies said in the joint statement.

The only meaningful action is mass emigration to the EU!

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #37 on: June 02, 2022, 10:43:09 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/finance/news/rich-nations-toxic-habits-bring-040051597.html

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Rich Nations’ Toxic Habits Bring African Refugees to Their Doors

I like the tone of this headline. However, it is not because they are rich, it is because they are Western. The toxic habits are a consequence of Western civilization, not of being rich. Being rich is a consequence of adeptness at those toxic habits.

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“At some point leaving is better than staying; you can walk until you drop dead, but you can’t just sit still until you die from hunger,” the 37-year-old said in an interview in April. “Every year is worse than the previous one.”

The number of Africans trying to make it to the US southern border is on track to hit a potential record this year. Coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Mali, Senegal, Ghana, Somalia and elsewhere, many are escaping livelihood-destroying climate events. The continent they’re fleeing is facing natural disasters at a faster rate than the rest of the planet, and is largely unprepared to deal with them. Africa, which has done the least to cause the global climate crisis — producing just 4% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions — is being hit by record storms, floods and droughts as the earth heats up.

By 2050, 86 million Africans, or about 6.6% of the region’s 1.3 billion people, will be forced to migrate by climate change, the World Bank estimates. That’s on top of those fleeing conflicts and persecution — often linked to climate-related skirmishes over scarce resources. And with Africa’s population expected to double by 2050, those numbers can only rise.

The vast majority of climate victims migrate to other parts of their own country — mostly to urban slums — or spill into a neighboring nation, but those who can scrape together some funds venture farther afield. With over 4,500 Africans crossing the Colombia-Panama border between January and April this year, according to the International Organization for Migration, they have become the second-largest group — after Latin Americans — to try to get to the US border. And although Europe has tightened controls, in the first two months this year, over 89,000 people crossed the Sahara desert in northern Niger, according to the IOM. Most were on their way to — or returning from — Algeria and Libya, the well-worn path to Europe, with nine out of 10 people the IOM spoke to citing climate change as one of the reasons for why they were leaving.

“People are like ‘OK, I can’t live here, I may as well die trying to get somewhere else,’” said Ayaan Adam, chief executive officer of AFC Capital Partners, the unit of the infrastructure-focused Africa Finance Corp. that’s raising $500 million for a climate-resilience fund this year. “This is happening now. We are seeing a preview of the movie that will unroll and that will be increasing in intensity.”
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Extreme weather events have exploded in Africa. The Horn of Africa is currently dealing with the worst drought in at least four decades, putting 16 million people across Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia at risk and raising the specter of a famine. In May, South Africa’s deadliest floods in almost three decades triggered landslides that killed 435 people and destroyed thousands of dwellings.

The number of floods in Africa has jumped five-fold since the 1990s, according to GCA. In 2020, the most severe flood in Sudan in 60 years displaced more than 500,000 people. In 2019, two of the strongest cyclones ever recorded hit east Africa. Cyclone Idai destroyed 90% of the homes in the city of Beira in Mozambique and damaged 1.4 million hectares (3.6 million acres) of arable land in Zimbabwe. That was followed by Cyclone Kenneth. Together, they killed 1,300 people and affected the lives of 3.5 million more.

The floods that followed the cyclones provoked the worst locust infestation in a quarter century, leaving 9.6 million people in Sudan without enough food and driving thousands of farmers in Somalia to migrate. Africa loses 4 million hectares of forest each year to land degradation, Lake Chad has shrunk by 90% in the last 40 years and the glaciers on Mount Kilimanjaro are melting.

“Climate change impacts are costing African economies between 3% and 5% of their GDPs,” South African President Cyril Ramaphosa told the African Union on Feb. 6. “Despite not being responsible for causing climate change, it is Africans who are bearing both the brunt and the cost.
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In an index of 182 countries assessed by the Notre Dame Global Adaptation Initiative for climate-change vulnerability, the bottom seven are African. That comes from the continent’s overwhelming dependence on subsistence farming. About half of Africa’s population relies on agriculture. In the eastern parts of the continent, that number rises to 70%. There’s little irrigation, leaving farmers at the mercy of rain.

For many potential climate refugees, poor crops are where their migration journeys start. Mouhoumoudane Mohamed, 34, from a village in the Agadez region in Niger, left for Algeria in 2019, hoping to make it to Europe.

“One bad harvest followed another; the meager crops that you could squeeze from the soil weren’t enough,” Mohamed said. “The problem in Agadez is the lack of water. When it rains, it’s never enough. Or it’s too heavy and destroys the crops.”

He failed, and is back in Agadez, holding off trying again — for now.

A record 4.3 million people were displaced in 2020 in Sub-Saharan Africa alone due to weather events and conflicts, GCA estimates. Migration within the continent creates problems of its own.

The only hope is mass migration to the EU! Keep trying to get in and get more others to try also! The more people trying simultaneously, the better the chances for all! Climate refugees must organize and coordinate!
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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #38 on: June 09, 2022, 01:19:21 am »
This is what I have been warning about so that people could escape before it started (but too few have listened):

https://us.yahoo.com/news/only-god-help-hundreds-die-100906878.html

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The dying has begun in the region’s worst drought in four decades. Previously unreported data shared with the Associated Press show at least 448 deaths this year at malnutrition treatment centers in Somalia alone.
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“We know from experience that mortality rises suddenly when all the conditions are in place — displacement, disease outbreaks, malnutrition — all of which we are currently seeing in Somalia,” said Biram Ndiaye, UNICEF Somalia’s chief of nutrition.

Mortality surveys conducted in parts of Somalia in December and again in April and May by the U.N.’s Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit showed a “severe and rapid deterioration within a very short time frame.” Most alarming was the Bay region in the south, where adult mortality nearly tripled, child mortality more than doubled and the rate of the most severe malnutrition tripled.

Deaths and acute malnutrition have reached “atypically high levels” in much of southern and central Somalia, and admissions of acutely malnourished children under 5 have risen by more than 40% compared to the same period last year, according to the Famine Early Warning Systems Network.
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More than 200,000 people in Somalia face “catastrophic hunger and starvation, a drastic increase from the 81,000 forecast in April,” a joint statement by U.N. agencies said Monday, noting that a humanitarian response plan for this year is just 18% funded.

Somalia isn't alone. In Ethiopia’s drought-affected regions, the number of children treated for the most severe malnutrition — “a tip of the crisis" — jumped 27% in the first quarter of this year compared with last year, according to UNICEF. The increase was 71% in Kenya, where Doctors Without Borders reported at least 11 deaths in a single county’s malnutrition treatment program earlier this year.

At one of the overflowing displacement camps on the outskirts of Mogadishu, recent arrivals were anguished as they described watching family members die.

“I left some of my children behind to care for those suffering,” said Amina Abdi Hassan, who came from a village in southern Somalia with her malnourished baby. They're still hungry as aid runs dry, even in the capital.
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“Last night alone, 120 families came in,” camp manager Nadifa Hussein said. “We are giving them all the little supplies we have, like bread. The number of people is so overwhelming that helping them is beyond our capacity. In the past, aid agencies helped, but now aid is very scarce.

“Only God can help them," she said.

What is God? God = migrating to the EU and taking back everything that the Western colonial powers stole from you! They are the ones who caused all of this! They are the ones who should be starving right now, not you!

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #39 on: June 16, 2022, 09:48:02 pm »
https://rmx.news/article/europes-migration-problems-set-to-worsen-as-survey-show-more-than-half-of-young-africans-plan-to-emigrate/

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More than half of young Africans have expressed their intention to emigrate in the coming years, as attitudes shift considerably from previous polling conducted at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to an African Youth Survey of 15 African countries, 52 percent plan to move abroad in the next three years
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Factors contributing to the pessimistic views of the continent’s future include Covid-19, climate change, instability, and violence.

92% would be better, but 52% is a start.

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Another survey from the United Nations found that 90 percent of Africans who entered Europe illegally were happy they made the journey, indicating that many have no plans to ever return to their homelands.

If you are serious about staying, you will need:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/firearms/

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #40 on: June 20, 2022, 09:57:26 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/somali-boys-mission-food-climate-093805272.html

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DOLLOW, Somalia (Reuters) -Each morning in this Somali border town, 11-year-old Bashir Nur Salat plots his day's mission behind a crooked wire fence. Armed with only a friend's yellow school shirt, a borrowed book and toothy grin, he eyes his prize through the mesh: lunch.

Bashir lives where three crises converge - global warming, spiralling food prices and war. He, like millions of others in Somalia, are in the crosshairs of what some aid workers are calling the "The Three Cs": climate change, costs and conflict.
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"When I don't get food, I'm so hungry: I lie down and I can't sleep," Bashir said quietly. He had eaten no dinner the night before nor breakfast that morning. His eight brothers and sisters at home were all hungry, he said.

Migrate to the EU ASAP! It will only get worse if you stay, and harder to migrate later!

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At least 448 children have died since January while being treated for acute malnutrition, the United Nations said. The figures are likely a fraction of the true deaths since many will have been unable to reach help.

The United Nations warned this month that more than a third of Somalia's 16 million people need food aid to survive. Some areas could face famine this month. Aid in some places will run out in June.
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Such desperation is set to become more common in Somalia, and beyond, as rising temperatures fuel more natural disasters, many scientists say. In the last 50 years, extreme weather events have increased five-fold worldwide, according to the U.N.'s World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

The Horn of Africa, including Somalia, is at its driest on record. This year's March-to-April rains – the first of two annual rainy seasons - have been the smallest in 70 years, and the second rains from October to December are also predicted to be unusually dry, according to a warning last month from a group of 14 meteorological and humanitarian associations, including the WMO.

"We've never seen a four-season drought before, and now we're likely to see a fifth" in October, said climatologist Chris Funk from the Climate Hazards Center at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

"This drought has been made much more likely due to climate change," Funk said.
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Ocean warming may also play a part. Climate scientist Abubakr Salih Babiker of the WMO Regional Office for Africa said the Indian Ocean is among the fastest-warming water bodies in the world.

With oceans absorbing much of the increasing atmospheric heat, scientists believe warming Indian Ocean waters may be evaporating and raining down more rapidly over the ocean before reaching the Horn of Africa, leaving dry air to sweep across the land.

Another factor: air temperatures in Somalia have increased an average 1.7 degrees Celsius from the preindustrial average – faster than the global average of 1.2 degrees, said Babiker. Warmer air speeds up evaporation from soil and plants.

The Horn of Africa has seen other climate-linked disasters in recent years - damaging floods, a record number of cyclones and vast locust swarms - leaving the region staggering from one crisis to the next, he said.

"There's no time for recovery," Babiker said.

Remember which one particular civilization is to blame for all of the above, and take back from them everything they owe you!


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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #41 on: June 22, 2022, 09:35:26 pm »
https://www.yahoo.com/news/dams-taps-running-dry-northern-120215430.html

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More than half of Mexico is currently facing moderate to severe drought conditions, according to the federal water commission CONAGUA, amid extreme heat that scientists blame on climate change.

In the sprawling metropolitan area of Monterrey, home to some 5.3 million people, the drought and years of below-average rainfall have led to citywide water shortages.

"We're in an extreme climate crisis," Nuevo Leon Governor Samuel Garcia said at a news conference last week. "Today, we're all living it and suffering."
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multiple times a day, in termperatures approaching 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit), Robles trods back and forth from the water tank, alongside fellow residents hauling buckets or pushing baby strollers filled with jugs.

One afternoon last week she'd just finished her last trip when she remembered her hard-of-hearing neighbor.

"What else can we do?" she asked, before heading to the tank a final time. "We need water to live."

You can migrate to the US (or even Canada)! There will not be enough water to go round in Mexico at the current population. But if enough emigrate, the reduced population remaining then gets more water per person. It is common sense.

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #42 on: June 25, 2022, 08:51:32 pm »
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10949305/More-2-000-migrants-storm-fence-Spanish-enclave-bordering-Morocco-chaotic-scenes.html

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Some 2,000 migrants made approached the EU's only land border with Africa at dawn over 500 managed to enter a border control area after cutting a fence with shears, the Spanish government's local delegation said in a statement.
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Speaking in Brussels, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez condemned the 'violent assault' which he blamed on 'mafias who traffic in human beings'.

Video showed the migrants cheering and raising their arms in celebration as they ran through the streets of Melilla after storming the fence.

Sanchez is another of those who doesn't understand (or pretends not to understand) the difference between smuggling and trafficking:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-right/debunking-rightist-anti-immigration-arguments/msg9868/?topicseen#msg9868

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Another vocabulary point I want to clear up is the difference between human smuggling and human trafficking, which many people nowadays often use interchangeably. Our enemies in particular like to call human smugglers "human traffickers", for example:

news.yahoo.com/salvini-dismisses-eu-migrant-ship-proposals-emergency-talks-224118678.html

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    "While France and Germany continue to want Italy to be one of the very few landing countries, we are working on a solid Mediterranean axis which wants to change the rules and crush human trafficking," Salvini tweeted.

Of course Salvini is subhuman bullshitting.

Human smuggling involves people who themselves want to migrate, but who are violently prevented by one or more states from doing so openly, voluntarily seeking out the smuggler to transport them under the radar in exchange for money. This is a contractual agreement of mutual prior consent between the migrant and the smuggler, therefore wholly non-violent. Of course there exist greedy smugglers who take advantage of migrants' desperation (and lack of options during an emergency refugee crisis) by charging extremely high prices for the service, but if states were concerned about protecting migrants from smuggler greed, their best response should be to allow migrants to enter/leave openly (and indeed offer state-run transportation as necessary during emergencies), thereby obviating the need for smuggling.

Human trafficking is a different phenomenon entirely. It involves people who themselves never agreed to migrate, but who are violently kidnapped by the trafficker and moved into a different country without their own consent (often threatened with death for non-compliance), and in effect become slaves owned by the trafficker, unable to ever choose their own occupation/residence/etc. and instead permanently restricted to work/habitat permitted by the trafficker, often involving unhealthy/dangerous conditions that the victims would never have voluntarily subjected themselves to.

In case you haven't noticed by now, deportation = human trafficking done by a state.Salvini, who talks about crushing "human trafficking", is the actual trafficker.

To supplement this, preventing entry of refugees (such as Sanchez is doing) can also be considered human trafficking in effect, in that it violently keeps refugees where they do not want to be.

Smugglers are the good guys. They help refugees to get where they themselves want to go. Smugglers make this happen:



Border troops are the bad guys. They keep refugees where they themselves do not want to be, and kill them if they resist. Border troops make this happen:



Back to first link:

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There are fears that drought in Africa and surging food prices - even before the war made shipping Ukrainian grain to Somalia, Egypt and other poor nations impossible - could drive up the number of migrants fleeing to Europe.

Refugees need to get armed, or else border troops will just keep beating them to death. A bladed weapon of some sort should be the absolute minimum for each refugee prior to an attempt at crossing a closed border.

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Sanchez earlier this month warned that 'Spain will not tolerate any use of the tragedy of illegal immigration as a means of pressure.'

Spain will seek to have 'irregular migration' listed as one of the security threats on the NATO's southern flank when the alliance gathers for a summit in Madrid on June 29-30.

Looks like we will soon be adding Spain as a whole to the Enemies forum, considering Sanchez belongs to a nominally left-leaning party yet wants to keep out refugees. The only reason I have not done so yet is because, to be fair, Sanchez did accept some Afghan refugees earlier:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedro_S%C3%A1nchez

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Following the fall of Kabul and the subsequent de facto creation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, the Prime Minister offered Spain as a hub for Afghans who collaborated with the European Union, which would later be settled in various countries.[50] The Spanish government created a temporary refugee camp in the air base of Torrejón de Ardoz, which was later visited by officials from the European Union, including president of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and president of the European Council Charles Michel. Von der Leyen praised Sánchez government's initiative, stating that the actions of Spain represents "a good example of the European soul at its best".[51]

I will be watching him closely.

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In the Sahel, the part of Africa just below the Sahara desert, an estimated 18 million people are facing severe hunger as farmers endure their worst production season in more than a decade.

Their only hope is to get into the EU. As it says on the Nike sweater:

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #43 on: June 28, 2022, 09:45:08 pm »
https://us.yahoo.com/news/devastating-drought-somalia-explained-092508045.html

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Jan Egeland, secretary-general of the Norwegian Refugee Council, told Democracy Now! this is "a creeping, devastating drought, which is coming after four failed rainy seasons. So it's climate change. It's the climate change that we in the industrialized world caused. And who is dying from this? The children of Somalia, from a people who did nothing to cause climate change."
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The situation for children is dire, with kids dying every day from malnutrition. Adam Abdelmoula, the U.N. humanitarian coordinator for Somalia, told Democracy Now! last week that 1.5 million children under the age of 5 are already malnourished, "and we expect that 366,000 of them may not survive through the end of September of this year."

If a greater number migrates to the EU, those staying behind need not die either, as there will then be enough food for them.

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Claire Sanford, deputy humanitarian director for Save the Children, told The Guardian last week that she has met multiple mothers in Somalia who have had to bury more than one child this year due to malnutrition. "I can honestly say in my 23 years of responding to humanitarian crisis, this is by far the worst I've seen, particularly in terms of the level of impact on children," Sanford said. "The starvation that my colleagues and I witnessed in Somalia has escalated even faster than we feared."

So are you helping those who haven't yet died to relocate to the EU ASAP?

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The Times spoke with one woman, Hirsiyo Mohamed, who saw her crops fail and goats die because of the drought. A mother of eight, she spent four days walking from her home in southwestern Somalia to an aid camp in the town of Doolow. Before she arrived, her 3-year-old son, Adan, died, after begging her for food and water. "We buried him and kept walking," Mohamed told the Times. Once at the camp, her 8-year-old daughter, Habiba, already suffering from malnutrition, came down with whooping cough and died. "This drought has finished us," Mohamed said.

If you had started your journey before the drought arrived, as I had advised, they could still be alive today.

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The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification defines famine as "the absolute inaccessibility of food to an entire population or sub-group of a population, potentially causing death in the short term." Abdelmoula said there are eight districts in Somalia that are already experiencing famine, at a "catastrophic" level, and he warns "that number is bound to increase, unless — unless — we are able to scale up our response plan in a very, very major way." This is especially critical as the next rainy season is also expected to produce below-average precipitation.

The most stupid thing to do is to stay put and wait for aid to arrive. Move out!

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The country needs money, urgently. Michael Dunford, the World Food Program's regional director for east Africa, made an appeal to G7 leaders last week, saying there must be a "massive scaling-up" of aid in order to avoid total catastrophe. Immediately, Somalis need food and water, and money must also be set aside for other measures, like protecting livestock and reforestation. Funding has been slowly trickling in; the U.N. says aid donors have pledged just 18 percent of the $1.46 billion it needs for Somalia.

The World Bank recently approved $143 million in International Development Assistance financing, which will deliver cash to vulnerable households. Individuals can also donate to organizations like Save the Children and the Somalia Humanitarian Fund.

No, it doesn't need money. It needs ships and planes to shift ~15 million people into the EU where there is a surplus of everything needed. If you use vehicles to transport supplies, you will need to keep doing this over and over again. If you use vehicles to transport people to where the supplies are already being sent, you will only need to do it once.

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While the situation is most severe in Somalia, the drought is also affecting millions of people in Kenya and Ethiopia. The World Food Program says in Ethiopia, "hunger is tightening its grip on more than 20 million Ethiopians who are facing conflict in the north, drought in the south, and dwindling food and nutrition support," and it is running out of money to keep up its operations helping "acutely malnourished" women and children.

See? Money will not solve the problem. Only mass climate migration will.

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Re: Climate refugees
« Reply #44 on: July 04, 2022, 12:15:28 am »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMxtgT8EaSU

Everyone affected by this should migrate to Britain/Australia/Canada/etc.. They've already lost their homes, so it's not like they have to leave their homes behind!