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Images from the devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti.

 

Donate to the American Red Cross International Response Fund: www.redcross.org

 

Please credit Matthew Marek/American Red Cross

I have entered this image in to the Flickr group Charity Print Auctions:

www.flickr.com/groups/charityprintauctions/

for the Haiti Earthquake Appeal.

 

The print that is for auction is approximately 8 x 8 inches (20.5 x 20.5 cm) and will be printed on Epson Professional Archival Matte photo paper using my inkjet printer with pigmant inks.

 

To bid you need to comment below the image with the amount that you would like to bid.

 

When the auction closes, the person who has bid the most wins the print.

 

The auction will close on Sat. Jan. 23rd at 10 pm, California USA PST.

 

The winning bidder has to pay that amount to the Red Cross or to www.worldvision.org/

When you do this, you MUST make a screen grab of the donation confirmation page to send to the photographer, me. This is the only way i can know that you have paid and can arrange for the print to be sent to you.

 

I will pay the costs of printing and the postage to the winning bidder.

 

PLEASE COMMENT ONLY IF YOU ARE BIDDING. I'LL DELETE OTHER COMMENTS. sorry.

this is a squared version of the image here: www.flickr.com/photos/57336354@N00/4229889643/

 

HiS***PhotoArt ® © All Rights Reserved

www.hilmarstemmler.com

 

This photo is dedicated to the people of Haiti & the victims of the disastrous earthquake in January 2010

 

AU SECOURS. Art for Haiti

 

An exhibition by some great and kindly artists to raise money for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

This cause needs all the support it can get so please come down.

There will be amazing artwork from all price ranges!

 

All money raised goes straight to DEC - www.dec.org.uk/

Or alternatively you can donate money here - www.justgiving.com/ausecours

 

SUNDAY 21st Feb. 4 - 8PM

@ Blackall Stuudios

73 Leonard Street

London

EC2A 4QS

 

Sold

  

I have entered this image in to the Flickr group Charity Print Auctions for the Haiti Earthquake Appeal:

www.flickr.com/groups/charityprintauctions/

  

The print that is for auction is approximately 13 x 13 inches (33 x 33 cm). It will be printed on my Canon Pixma 9000 (pro printer) on archival matte photo paper using pigmant inks.

 

To bid you need to comment below the image with the amount that you would like to bid.

 

When the auction closes, the person who has bid the most wins the print.

 

The auction is for 5 days and will close on Friday Feb 5th at 10 pm, East Coast US time.

 

The winning bidder has to pay that amount to the Red Cross or to www.worldvision.org/

When you do this, you MUST make a screen grab of the donation confirmation page to send to the photographer, me. This is the only way i can know that you have paid and can arrange for the print to be sent to you.

 

I will pay the costs of printing and the postage to the winning bidder.

 

PLEASE COMMENT ONLY IF YOU ARE BIDDING (OR TO INVITE THIS TO A GROUP WHERE YOU THINK IT WILL GET MORE EXPOSURE FOR THE PURPOSES OF BIDDING). TO MAKE IT EASIER TO BID I'LL DELETE COMMENTS THAT ARE NOT BIDS FOR THE AUCTION.

 

IF YOU WANT TO BID BUT YOU AREN'T A FLICKR MEMBER AND SO CAN'T COMMENT...PLEASE EITHER JOIN (IT'S FREE) OR EMAIL YOUR BID TO ME AT gideonansell@gmail.com

  

. gideon

Images from the devastation caused by the earthquake in Haiti.

 

Donate to the American Red Cross International Response Fund: www.redcross.org

 

Please credit Matthew Marek/American Red Cross

maybe this is just corny. but i was trying to think of some way to encourage my Flickr friends to make a donation to a worthy organization on the ground in Haiti.

A street market in Haiti, following the earthquake destruction. Photo taken in Carrefour Feuille, Port-au-Prince, near a Red Cross mobile clinic.

 

Photo: American Red Cross/Chloe Gans-Rugebregt

 

To find out more about the Red Cross response to the earthquake in Haiti, visit our Disaster Online Newsroom.

 

To donate visit www.redcross.org

 

You may use these photos but please provide proper attribution.

(This picture was taken on last October.)

Pensées pour Haïti.

Thoughts for Haïti

 

I was in Haïti last october and took that picture from the hotel I was in, by the way it was the Montana Hotel, up in Petionville, thinking: "I hope they never get an earthquake !"

 

I really hope today that no one up there was injured as we're all waiting for news after hearing about the earthquake.

 

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The largest earthquake to hit Haiti in more than 200 years rocked the Caribbean nation Tuesday, collapsing a hospital where people screamed for help and heavily damaging other buildings. U.S. officials reported bodies lying in the streets and an aid official described "total disaster and chaos."

 

Communications were widely disrupted, making it impossible to get a full picture of damage as powerful aftershocks shook a desperately poor country where many buildings are flimsy. Electricity was out in some places.

 

On Explore # 24 on Sept 15th

 

As I was going through my images tonight doing some house cleaning I came across these, two of many I took back in January of this year. My wife and I were blessed with the opportunity to meet her Sister and Brother-in-law in Miami at the last minute. We were there to celebrate (and assist in any way possible) with the process of them recieving the 3 children they had been in the very, very long process of adopting. What a weekend, long, exhausting, and oh so amazing.

 

I am not even sure who these girls were but they were in a group of about 100 orphans who had just been liberated earthquake ravaged Port Au Prince. Happy to say my three neices and nephews were among them.

 

Olympus E3, 50-200 SWD, FL50r bounced

A poor neighbourhood shows the damage after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2010.

earthquake help ideas generated by luca and gia

 

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Disaster Preparedness by the Haitian Red Cross and the American Red Cross.

 

Photo Credit: Talia Frankel/American Red Cross

 

To donate visit www.redcross.org

 

You may use these photos but please provide proper attribution.

On June 13-15, 2017, the Clinton Foundation and J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) brought leaders from the retail, fashion, and fragrance sectors to visit partners in Haiti with the goal of developing new sourcing opportunities and forming new business partnerships with Haitian artisans and business owners.

 

Here, members of the delegation visit Croix-des-Bouquets' metal workers. Haitian metal art, fashioned from recycled oil drums, is an example of the depth of creativity and ingenuity of Haitian artisans. Metal artists typically begin their training at a young age, with a family tradition that passes the secrets and skills of this craft form from one generation to the next. Croix-des-Bouquets is the area that prides itself as the center of the Haitian metalwork movement, which was born there more than 70 years ago.

 

Shortly after the 2010 earthquake, the metal artisans of Croix-des-Bouquets could not get access to steel drums and other metal for their work. The Clinton Foundation, in partnership with Greif Inc. and the Urban Zen Foundation, delivered more than 20 tons of recycled metal to local artisans providing them with the materials needed to restart their work. Health and safety training and equipment were also provided for the artisans.

 

Today, this town has a thriving metal artisan community with over 1,000 metal artisans making their art and over 60 different shops and studios creating social change and opportunity in this growing town. Several of the artisan businesses we visited on this trip, including Pascale Théard Atelier and Caribbean Craft, work with the metal artisans from Croix-des-Bouquets.

 

Photo Credit: Liam Storrings, J/P HRO.

On June 13-15, 2017, the Clinton Foundation and J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) brought leaders from the retail, fashion, and fragrance sectors to visit partners in Haiti with the goal of developing new sourcing opportunities and forming new business partnerships with Haitian artisans and business owners.

 

Here, members of the delegation visit Croix-des-Bouquets' metal workers. Haitian metal art, fashioned from recycled oil drums, is an example of the depth of creativity and ingenuity of Haitian artisans. Metal artists typically begin their training at a young age, with a family tradition that passes the secrets and skills of this craft form from one generation to the next. Croix-des-Bouquets is the area that prides itself as the center of the Haitian metalwork movement, which was born there more than 70 years ago.

 

Shortly after the 2010 earthquake, the metal artisans of Croix-des-Bouquets could not get access to steel drums and other metal for their work. The Clinton Foundation, in partnership with Greif Inc. and the Urban Zen Foundation, delivered more than 20 tons of recycled metal to local artisans providing them with the materials needed to restart their work. Health and safety training and equipment were also provided for the artisans.

 

Today, this town has a thriving metal artisan community with over 1,000 metal artisans making their art and over 60 different shops and studios creating social change and opportunity in this growing town. Several of the artisan businesses we visited on this trip, including Pascale Théard Atelier and Caribbean Craft, work with the metal artisans from Croix-des-Bouquets.

 

Photo Credit: Liam Storrings, J/P HRO.

Beautiful Roses

 

This image has been entered into the flickr group Charity Print Auctions:

www.flickr.com/groups/charityprintauctions/

for the Haiti Earthquake Appeal. The original posting of this image dates back to 2007 & has been the most visited image in my photostream & is why I've chosen to auction this particular photo.

 

The print for auction will be 12 x 12inches, printed by mpix.com on Lustre Coated Kodak E-Surface professional paper. It will be printed & shipped to the winning bidder once the auction has ended. Please allow 2-3 weeks within the United States for processing & delivery.

 

To bid, you need to comment below with the amount you would like to bid (in US currency, please). When the auction closes, the person who has bid the most at that time wins the print.

 

The auction will close on Thursday January 28, 2010 at midnight PST.

 

If you would like to bid but do not have a flickr account, please email me at jan@herbertland.com. I will be happy to add your bid in the comment thread below.

 

The winning bidder agrees to pay that amount to Medecins Sans Frontieres: Doctors Without Borders ( http://doctorswithoutborders.org ). When they do this, they MUST make a screen grab of the donation confirmation page & send it to me. This way I will know that you have paid and can arrange for the print to be sent to you.

 

I accept that I will pay the costs of production of the print and the postage to the winning bidder.

 

I would like to start the bidding at USD 10.00. Please bid generously & thank you!

 

©Jan Herbert janherbert.com

Bernadette Jean smiles as she receives food, water, hygiene kits, jerry cans, mosquito nets, blankets, tarps and ropes distributed by the Dominican Red Cross in Magassa 14. Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

 

Photo: American Red Cross/Talia Frankel

 

To find out more about the Red Cross response to the earthquake in Haiti, visit our Disaster Online Newsroom.

 

To donate visit www.redcross.org

 

You may use these photos but please provide proper attribution.

Please give.

Here is a list of the many ways you can help

 

Often its as easy as texting from your phone.

   

Haiti, June 2010: After the 12 January earthquake destroyed her home, Rachel [NAME CHANGED] moved to a camp for the displaced in Port-au-Prince. One morning she was kidnapped, raped and beaten, and abandoned near a river. After being hospitalized, she returned to her family's tent, but her assailant tried to attack her again, forcing them to move. Rachel is still recovering and is too weak to go to school.

 

©UNICEF/Marta Ramoneda

 

To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

 

Also download the UNICEF Photography iPhone app here

This is my first collaboration on flickr! The idea came from my sweet and talented contact Alle. (aka Alle meets winter)

www.flickr.com/photos/41138427@N03/4276228823/

Thank you Alle for creating the dippy, and suggesting the collaboration.

 

Having expereience a 6.8 earthquake here, on 1/17/94, I know how terrifying such a large earthquake can be. Subsequently the aftershocks are just LARGE earthquakes of a different name. They keep happening daily for weeks after an earthquake of such magnitude. Your body shoots fear and adrenaline everytime one of those quakes hits. I realize they are having much more death and devastaion than we did, and I do pray for them. It is a horrific situation.

 

If you would like to help..."You can text "HAITI" to 90999 to donate $10 to @RedCross relief efforts in #Haiti," ...from CNN

MINUSTAH peacekeepers load an injured Montana hotel employee into a helicopter after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2009.

On June 13-15, 2017, the Clinton Foundation and J/P Haitian Relief Organization (J/P HRO) brought leaders from the retail, fashion, and fragrance sectors to visit partners in Haiti with the goal of developing new sourcing opportunities and forming new business partnerships with Haitian artisans and business owners.

 

Here, members of the delegation visit Croix-des-Bouquets' metal workers. Haitian metal art, fashioned from recycled oil drums, is an example of the depth of creativity and ingenuity of Haitian artisans. Metal artists typically begin their training at a young age, with a family tradition that passes the secrets and skills of this craft form from one generation to the next. Croix-des-Bouquets is the area that prides itself as the center of the Haitian metalwork movement, which was born there more than 70 years ago.

 

Shortly after the 2010 earthquake, the metal artisans of Croix-des-Bouquets could not get access to steel drums and other metal for their work. The Clinton Foundation, in partnership with Greif Inc. and the Urban Zen Foundation, delivered more than 20 tons of recycled metal to local artisans providing them with the materials needed to restart their work. Health and safety training and equipment were also provided for the artisans.

 

Today, this town has a thriving metal artisan community with over 1,000 metal artisans making their art and over 60 different shops and studios creating social change and opportunity in this growing town. Several of the artisan businesses we visited on this trip, including Pascale Théard Atelier and Caribbean Craft, work with the metal artisans from Croix-des-Bouquets.

 

Photo Credit: Liam Storrings, J/P HRO.

The Haitian national palace shows heavy damage after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2010.

A Haitian man and MINUSTAH peacekeepers plan a way to access the interior of the Montana hotel that collapsed after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2009.

*How You Can Help:

www.yahoo.com/

impact@huffingtonpost.com.

www.redcross.org

 

The downtown core shows the damage after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2010.

A poor neighbourhood shows the damage after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2009. (UN photo)

Queridos Amigos,

esta foto é um Cartão Postal do HAITI, que ganhei de meus primos (dois Argentinos) que faleceram no terremoto de há dois anos atrás.

Eles trabalhavam como voluntários (ONU) há vários anos no Haiti.

Hoje marca um dia de uma tragédia mundial, que afetou o Mundo, milhares de famílias, inclusive minha família.

Agradeço a atenção por lerem este relato.

 

Celisa

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Dear Friends,

This photo is a postcard from Haiti, I got from my cousins ​​(two Argentines) who died in the earthquake two years ago.

They worked as volunteers (UN) several years ago in Haiti.

Today marks a day of a world tragedy, which affected the world, thousands of families, including my family.

Thank your attention for reading this report .

 

Celisa

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Chers Amis,

Cette photo est une carte postale de Haïti, j'ai reçu de mes cousins ​​(deux Argentins) qui sont morts dans le tremblement de terre il ya deux ans.

Ils ont travaillé comme bénévoles (ONU) il ya plusieurs années en Haïti.

Aujourd'hui marque un jour d'une tragédie mondiale, qui a touché le monde entier, des milliers de familles, y compris ma famille.

Merci d'avoir lu cette attention rapport.

 

Celisa

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Queridos amigos,

Esta foto es una postal de Haití, que recibí de mis primos (dos argentinos) que murieron en el terremoto de hace dos años.

Ellos trabajaron como voluntarios (ONU) hace varios años en Haití.

Hoy es un día de una tragedia mundial, que afectó a todo el mundo, miles de familias, incluyendo a mi familia.

Gracias por leer este informe de la atención.

 

Celisa

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Cari amici,

Questa foto è una cartolina da Haiti, ho ottenuto dai miei cugini (due argentini) che sono morti nel terremoto di due anni fa.

Hanno lavorato come volontari (ONU) diversi anni fa ad Haiti.

Oggi segna un giorno di una tragedia mondiale, che ha colpito il mondo, migliaia di famiglie, compresa la mia famiglia.

Grazie per aver letto questa attenzione rapporto.

 

Celisa

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CONTINUO SUPLICANDO, QUANTAS VEZES FOREM NECESSÁRIAS!!

ASSINEM ESTAS PETIÇÕES, POR FAVOR...

- PARA SALVAR A AMAZÔNIA,

 

www.avaaz.org/po/belo_monte_people_vs_profits/?vl

 

- PARA SALVAR AS FLORESTAS DO BRASIL,

- PARA VETAR AS MUDANÇAS DO CÓDIGO FLORESTAL !

 

www.greenpeace.org/brasil/pt/Participe/Ciberativista/Codi...

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_sam/?cl=1419482907&v...

 

VAMOS LUTAR POR NOSSO PLANETA, PELAS NOSSAS FLORESTAS, PELOS INDÍGENAS (NOSSOS IRMÃOS), PELOS NOSSOS FILHOS, NETOS, BISNETOS...PELAS PRÓXIMAS GERAÇÕES...POR UM MUNDO MELHOR...

O PLANETA TERRA PEDE SOCORRO!!

TUDO OU NADA ESTÁ EM NOSSAS MÃOS,... BRASILEIROS!!

 

Muito obrigada,

 

Celisa

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CONTINUOUS Sulpice, as often as necessary!

Sign these petitions, PLEASE ...

- To save the Amazon,

 

www.avaaz.org/po/belo_monte_people_vs_profits/?vl

 

- TO SAVE THE FORESTS OF BRAZIL

- To veto FOREST CODE CHANGES!

 

www.greenpeace.org/brasil/pt/Participe/Ciberativista/Codi...

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_sam/?cl=1419482907&v...

 

WE FIGHT FOR OUR PLANET, FOR OUR FORESTS, INDIGENOUS BY (OUR BROTHERS), for our children, grandchildren, great grandchildren for generations to come ... ... ... FOR A BETTER WORLD

ASKS HELP THE PLANET EARTH!

ALL OR NOTHING IS IN OUR HANDS, ... BRAZILIAN!

 

Thank you so much,

 

Celisa

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Sulpice CONTINUE, aussi souvent que nécessaire!

S'il vous plaît signer ...

- Pour sauver l'Amazonie,

 

www.avaaz.org/po/belo_monte_people_vs_profits/?vl

 

- Pour sauver les forêts du Brésil

- De mettre son veto CHANGEMENTS Code forestier!

 

www.greenpeace.org/brasil/pt/Participe/Ciberativista/Codi...

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_sam/?cl=1419482907&v...

 

Nous luttons pour notre planète, pour nos forêts, AUTOCHTONES PAR (NOS FRÈRES), pour nos enfants, petits-enfants, arrière petits-enfants pour les générations à venir ... ... ... POUR UN MONDE MEILLEUR

DEMANDE AIDE LA PLANETE TERRE!

Tout ou rien est entre nos mains, ... Brésilienne!

 

Je vous remercie,

 

Celisa

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CONTINUA Sulpice, cuantas veces sea necesario!

Firmar estas peticiones, por favor ...

- Para salvar el Amazonas,

 

www.avaaz.org/po/belo_monte_people_vs_profits/?vl

 

- PARA SALVAR LOS BOSQUES DE BRASIL

- De vetar los cambios Código Forestal!

 

www.greenpeace.org/brasil/pt/Participe/Ciberativista/Codi...

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_sam/?cl=1419482907&v...

 

LUCHAMOS POR NUESTRO PLANETA, PARA NUESTROS BOSQUES, POR INDÍGENAS (NUESTROS HERMANOS), para nuestros hijos, nietos, bisnietos para las generaciones futuras ... ... ... POR UN MUNDO MEJOR

PIDE AYUDA AL PLANETA TIERRA!

TODO O NADA ESTÁ EN NUESTRAS MANOS ... BRASIL!

 

Gracias,

 

Celisa

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Sulpice CONTINUO, ogni qualvolta sia necessario!

SIGN queste petizioni, PER FAVORE ...

- Per salvare l'Amazzonia,

 

www.avaaz.org/po/belo_monte_people_vs_profits/?vl

 

- PER SALVARE LE FORESTE DEL BRASILE

- Per veto modifiche al codice FORESTA!

 

www.greenpeace.org/brasil/pt/Participe/Ciberativista/Codi...

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_sam/?cl=1419482907&v...

 

Lottiamo per IL NOSTRO PIANETA, PER I NOSTRI BOSCHI, indigene da parte (NOSTRI FRATELLI), per i nostri figli, nipoti, pronipoti per le generazioni a venire ... ... ... PER UN MONDO MIGLIORE

CHIEDE AIUTO DEL PIANETA TERRA!

Tutto o niente è nelle nostre mani, ... BRASILIANO!

 

Grazie,

 

Celisa

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Todas as Pesquisas e Fotos Anexas obtidas via Internet

12 de Janeiro Relembramos o Terremoto de 7,3 graus na escala de Richter que provocou uma grande destruição no Haiti, causando cerca de 225 000 mortes.

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All Research and Photos Attached obtained via the Internet

Please note the January 12 earthquake of 7.3 degrees on the Richter scale that caused widespread destruction in Haiti, causing about 225,000 deaths.

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Toutes les recherches et les photos ci-jointes obtenus via l'Internet

S'il vous plaît noter le séisme du 12 Janvier de 7,3 degrés sur l'échelle de Richter qui a causé la destruction massive en Haïti, causant environ 225 000 décès.

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Dezenas de milhões de câes e gatos são ASSASSINADOS BRUTALMENTE, com INSTINTOS de CRUELDADE na CHINA !!

Amigos Queridos eu suplico, assinem esta PETIÇÃO, é um PEDIDO de Ativistas e Protetores de Animais que estão se mobilizando no MUNDO INTEIRO, em favor das vidas destes MÁRTIRES!!

Em DOIS MINUTOS pode-se assinar!! São seres INDEFESOS, eu ROGO, por Deus!!

 

www.change.org/petitions/the-chinese-government-stop-the-...

Muito obrigada,

 

Celisa

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Tens of millions of dogs and cats are brutally murdered, with instincts of cruelty in CHINA!

Dear Friends, I beg, sign this petition, it is a request for Activists and Animal Protectors who are mobilizing around the world, in favor of the lives of Martyrs!

In two minutes you can sign up! They are helpless, I pray, by God!

 

www.change.org/petitions/the-chinese-government-stop-the-...

Thank you,

 

Celisa

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Des dizaines de millions de chiens et de chats sont brutalement assassinés, avec des instincts de cruauté en Chine!

Chers amis, je vous prie, signez cette pétition, et une demande pour les activistes et les protecteurs des animaux qui se mobilisent autour du monde, en faveur de la vie des martyrs!

En deux minutes, vous pouvez vous inscrire! Ils sont impuissants, je prie, par Dieu!

 

www.change.org/petitions/the-chinese-government-stop-the-...

Je vous remercie,

 

Celisa

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Decenas de millones de perros y gatos son brutalmente asesinados, con los instintos de crueldad en China!

Queridos amigos, os ruego, firmen esta petición, y una petición de activistas y los protectores de animales que se movilizan en todo el mundo, a favor de la vida de los mártires!

En dos minutos se puede firmar para arriba! Están indefensos, te ruego, por Dios!

 

www.change.org/petitions/the-chinese-government-stop-the-...

Gracias,

 

Celisa

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Decine di milioni di cani e gatti vengono brutalmente assassinati, con istinti di crudeltà in CINA!

Cari amici, vi prego, firmare questa petizione e una richiesta di attivisti e protettori degli animali che si stanno mobilitando in tutto il mondo, a favore della vita dei martiri!

In due minuti puoi iscriverti! Sono impotente, io prego, per Dio!

 

www.change.org/petitions/the-chinese-government-stop-the-...

Grazie,

 

Celisa

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Que Deus abençoe a todos os Queridos Amigos, principalmente nossas Queridas Amigas @rtbene, Blankita e Mag, e alivie o sofrimento daqueles que tanto necessitam.

Beijos em seus corações,

Celisa

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May God bless all the Dear Friends, mainly our Dear Friends @rtbene, Blankita and Mag, relieve the suffering of those who so desperately need.

Kisses in your hearts,

Celisa

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Que Dieu bénisse tous les chers amis, en particulier notre cher ami @rtbene, Blankita et Mag, et soulager la souffrance de ceux qui ont si désespérément besoin.

Bisous dans ton coeur

Celisa

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Que Dios los bendiga a todos los queridos amigos, en especial nuestro querido amigo @rtbene, Blankita y Mag, y aliviar el sufrimiento de aquellos que tan desesperadamente necesitan.

Besos en tu corazón

Celisa

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Che Dio benedica tutti i cari amici, soprattutto il nostro caro amico @rtbene, Blankita e Mag, e alleviare le sofferenze di coloro che così disperatamente bisogno.

Baci nel tuo cuore

Celisa

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CONTINUO SUPLICANDO, QUANTAS VEZES FOREM NECESSÁRIAS!!

ASSINEM PELO AMOR DE NOSSO PLANETA, PELAS NOSSAS FLORESTAS, PELOS INDÍGENAS (NOSSOS IRMÃOS), PELOS NOSSOS FILHOS, NETOS, BISNETOS...PELAS PRÓXIMAS GERAÇÕES...POR UM MUNDO MELHOR...

O PLANETA TERRA PEDE SOCORRO!!

TUDO OU NADA ESTÁ EM NOSSAS MÃOS,... BRASILEIROS!!

 

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_brazil/?vl

 

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CONTINUOUS Sulpice, as often as necessary!

SIGNED BY THE LOVE OF OUR PLANET, OUR FORESTS BY, FOR INDIGENOUS (our brothers), for our children, grandchildren, great grandchildren for generations to come ... ... ... FOR A BETTER WORLD

ASKS FOR HELP THE PLANET EARTH!

ALL OR NOTHING IS IN OUR HANDS ... BRAZILIAN!

 

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_brazil/?vl

 

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Sulpice CONTINUE, aussi souvent que nécessaire!

SIGNÉ PAR L'amour de notre planète, notre forêt par, pour les peuples autochtones (nos frères), pour nos enfants, petits-enfants, arrière petits-enfants pour les générations à venir ... ... ... POUR UN MONDE MEILLEUR

DEMANDE D'AIDE DE LA PLANETE TERRE!

Tout ou rien est entre nos mains ... Brésilienne!

 

www.avaaz.org/po/save_the_amazon_brazil/?vl

 

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Sulpice CONTINUO, cuantas veces sea necesario!

FIRMADO POR EL AMOR DE NUESTRO PLANETA, nuestros bosques, por indígenas (los hermanos), para nuestros hijos, nietos, bisnietos para las generaciones venideras ... ... ... POR UN MUNDO MEJOR

PIDE AYUDA AL PLANETA TIERRA!

TODO O NADA ESTÁ EN NUESTRAS MANOS ... BRASIL!

 

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The downtown core shows the damage after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2010.

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI - JANUARY 13: In this handout image provided by the United Nations, the downtown core shows the damage after an earthquake measuring 7.0 rocked the Haitian capital just before 5 pm yesterday, on January 13, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Much of Port-au-Prince was reduced to rubble by the quake on January 12, but the airport was operational, opening the way for international relief aid to be ferried in by air as well as by sea. (Photo by Logan Abassi/ MINUSTAH via Getty Images)

Fort Liberte. North Haiti 2009.

 

Never! Have I heard a place get so much bad press as this gaff...

 

According to the people we spoke to we'd be lucky not to end up 'voodoo'd to death', kidnapped by local militias, tormented by white hating natives or even cooked in a cannibals stew...

 

Utter bollocks:

Yeah! Infrastructure-wise the gaff is a mess and they've got serious problems but the people were really nice, gracious despite their obvious poverty, welcoming where relevant and fairly un-interested in us otherwise. Which say's a lot for them.

 

It's obvious when you see the UN armoured vehicles etc that the place is no joke but in our time here we did'nt experience one single bad vibe. Which is a lot more than can be said for other places.. Imagine 2 black men walking through downtown Moscow or somewhere similarly 'white', even if the intention was un-sinister people would stare. Not in this place. The only attention we got was at the border where we encountered the 'expected' touts (Ive met a lot worse), from the UN soldiers (Uruguayan) who stared at us, no doubt thinking 'what are these pair of loons doing here' and from the sweetest pair of school girls I've ever seen in my life. They were about 8 or 9 years old and without a care in the world they came up to me and my friend smiling and giggling they stared at us in awe like we'd come from Mars.. One of them took my friend by the hand and just kept staring up at him with the biggest and best smile I've seen in a long while. it was a surreal moment that would have touched the heart of the coldest person. The last time I experienced something similar was in Ireland a few years ago when I painted at an event in Drogheda. The local young girls were totally enamoured with 2 of the lads that were painting there (2 black fellas) but though they stared it was with genuine curiosity. One of them even called one of the guy's over with the immortal words "hey you brown lad, my mate likes ya". Which was cool and about as quaint and in-offensive as racial terminology can get.. The incident in Haiti was similar. These are good people with good hearts that bare their lot in life with pride and dignity... They even let me walk around doing throw-ups and tags..

 

Merci Fort Liberte. Bon chance.

Messages of Hope for Haiti from Room 1, a 3rd Grade Class.

Luno and his son Edmond stands on the rubble from his house that crumbled during the Haiti Earthquake in January. He lost his wife when the house fell.

UN staff member Jens Kristensen attends a memorial service in honor of United Nations victims of the 12 January earthquake. Kristensen was rescued from the collapsed UN Head Quarter after 5 days from the earthquake. Photo Marco Dormino

Des militaires francais venus effectuer des travaux partagent leur repas avec les enfants pensionnaires de l'orphelinat solidarite et fraternite de tabarre. L'orphelinat a ete construit par les militaires francais du RSMA

(HAITI - 12/09/2010)

AFP PHOTO PATRICE COPPEE

Haitians set up impromtu tent cities through the capital after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday, January 12, 2010.

A Haitian girl rests after receiving treatment at an ad hoc medical clinic at MINUSTAH's logistics base after an earthquake measuring 7 plus on the Richter scale rocked Port au Prince Haiti just before 5 pm yesterday

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