MANFRACO PUBLIC RECONCILIATION DOC

THIS BLOG POST IS BEEING CREATED TO HILIGHT OUR WAYS OF LIVING TODAY, SO THAT, WE MAYBE ABLE TO DISCUSS THOSE THINGS WHICH COULD HELP US SURVIVE THE ADVERSITY OF LIFE, OR ANY OTHER MATTER THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE. ANYBODY THAT IS WILLING TO TAKE PART IS WELCOME TO DO SO.
There was an error in this gadget

Sunday, January 17, 2010

World natural disaster

THIS BLOB HAS BEEN CREATED TO INVITE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO ARE WILLING AND ABLE TO TAKE PART IN USEFUL DISCUSSIONS, WHICH COULD HELP COMPARE THE OLD WAYS OF LIVING TO THE NEW WAYS, IN THE HOPE OF SOLVING SOME OF THE MAN MADE PROBLEMS.

WORLD NATURAL DISASTER

YOUARE INVITED!
You are invited to browse and comment.

Hello everybody!

This is Frank@yahoo writing a post for my friend Manfraco.

In this post Manfraco would like that I start telling you about this story of an old man, who in his old age he never passes the chance to tell you about when he was young; he has written his own life story, and now that he is old he would like to publish it. In his story he likes to compare the ways of his younger life to nowadays living, how can he do it I do not know? Because, as you all know nowadays living is completely different from the time when he was young.

However today may not be the best day to start this comparison, as there is so many other important news that everybody is interested in. So, I may as well go with the main stream and talk about nowadays, World natural disaster. This is what is in the news report:


(PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Witnessing Haiti's earthquake aftermath from street level is horrific -- dead bodies poking out of collapsed buildings, bandaged survivors whimpering in tent cities and the stench of rot and dead.
But seeing it from the sky is when the enormity of the disaster that hit the Western hemisphere's poorest nation last Tuesday really sinks in.
Viewed from a U.S. army helicopter flight, large areas of Port-au-Prince are reduced to rubble. Entire shanty towns have slid down hillsides. Swathes of rusty iron roofs look as if they have been sprinkled with debris by a giant hand.
Life in the wrecked city is concentrated in brightly colored patchwork spots where tens of thousands have set up makeshift camps in open spaces as aftershocks frighten people away from the buildings that are still standing.
From above, the cathedral looks like it has been stepped on. The gleaming white presidential palace looks like an iced wedding cake that has been dropped on the floor. Multistory car parks and supermarkets have been leveled like concertinas.
Cinder block houses are so crumpled it seems they must have been built of clay.
Health Minister Alex Larsen told Reuters on Friday that three-quarters of Port-au-Prince will have to be rebuilt. Even in a country less miserably poor and ill-equipped than Haiti, it's hard to see where you would even start.
It has taken three days for the first foreign rescue teams to hit the ground and the first water trucks to do the rounds.
Disaster relief personnel arriving at the airport on Friday admitted it may still be days before they can reach hungry and injured victims with the food and medicine they desperately need.
The government's estimated death toll of up to 200,000 people would put Tuesday's earthquake among the 10 worst in recorded history, and it has happened in one of the poorest and volatile countries in the world.
Looting and fighting over food began on Friday on streets where no police are in sight and there is no sign of government control, let alone any sign of a recovery plan.
"These are bad times the country is living. Who knows what's ahead?" said Antonio Elias, 47, who is leaving his business and flying to his native Venezuela with his Haitian wife and baby.
"It's not easy to leave everything behind. Who knows when we'll come back. But I'm not taking the risk of staying here.")

This is the world disaster of modern times, we cannot help to be sorry and concerned for the Haitian that have survived; the only thing that helps and gives some hope is that most nations are going to help. So, may God help those that are in need of help!

So, if I haven’t written anything about the story of this old man I hope you understand the reason why; I will have to start telling you that story next time.

TO BE CONTINUED;
Next time with; The old man story
This is Frank@yahoo signing out, see you next time.
-------------------------------------------------

You are all invited to take part in these writings and please, write to us and let us know what you think about it all.
The shortest of any comment will do, if you don't have time?

Come on, give us a hand and start writing something!

All emails are free to use. So, email us at;

frankmenchise@yahoo.com

or
Manfraco@gmail.com


We hope to hear from you soon.

To see more interesting Manfraco subject click on the link below;

http://www.manfraco.com/

No comments: