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Cyber bullying and why we must ACT! For Hannah x

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 8, 2013

The news today in the UK where teenager Hannah Smith was bullied on a social network before she took her own life struck a cord with many parents.

It was tragic and shows that adults must keep an eye on our kids and make sure they are not on the end of this. How hurtful must it have been for Hannah and all the other people who have taken their own life due to nasty words by perfect people (Yeah) over cyber bullying.

I was party to this abuse 2 years ago on Twitter, but I am a big boy who laughed it off and made sure people knew the limits and who I was. I was getting... (more)


Kenyan Man Tries to Overturn the Death Sentence of Jesus!

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 8, 2013

Kenyan lawyer Dola Indidis is on a mission: to get the International Court of Justice at the Hague to overturn the conviction and death sentence of Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago.

The logistics, however, are proving a challenge. The target of his lawsuit are the government and religious leaders of Jesus’ day, including the Roman Emperor Tiberius, the Roman King Herod, the Judean Governor Pontius Pilate, as well as the Jewish chief priest, elders and teachers of the law. According to some reports, he also plans to go after the current governments of Italy and Israel, arguing that they inherited... (more)


Delight as Celtic Make the Champions League Play Offs

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 7, 2013


Celtic endured a nervous 90 minutes in Boras to complete an aggregate 1-0 win against Elfsborg and progress to the Champions League play-off round.

Mohamed Bangura, who is on loan at Elfsborg from Celtic, threatened to draw the Swedes level in the tie before Joe Ledley had a shot well saved at the other end.

The hosts were lively going forward but lacked the necessary cutting edge.

Elfsborg drop into the Europa League play-off round, and the draw for that and the Champions League play-off stage will take place on Friday.

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Nelson Mandela, Death, Dishonesty and Denial, Mandela DEAD!

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 7, 2013

After weeks of speculation, South African court documents revealed that Nelson Mandela is, by all intents and purposes, dead. What followed his death is a tale of dishonesty and denial – staining the South African Government and its public institutions. It looks as if Mandela has been dead for some time. Read on...

The documents, part of a legal filing in a Mandela family dispute, reveal that doctors told the family of the former President that “He is in a permanent vegetative state and is assisted in breathing by a life support machine…The Mandela family has been advised by... (more)


New U.S. Spying Revelations From Snowden Leaks

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 7, 2013

BRASILIA | Tue Aug 6, 2013 9:43pm EDT

(Reuters) - Glenn Greenwald, the American journalist who published documents leaked by fugitive former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, plans to make new revelations "within the next 10 days or so" on secret U.S. surveillance of the Internet.

"The articles we have published so far are a very small part of the revelations that ought to be published," Greenwald on Tuesday told a Brazilian congressional hearing that is investigating the U.S. internet surveillance in Brazil.

"There will certainly be many... (more)


Japan Finally Admits The Truth: Emergency At Fukushima

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 6, 2013

TEPCO, via European Pressphoto Agency

A handout image supplied Thursday by Tokyo Electric Power Company shows conditions at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.


TOKYO — One of Japan's crippled nuclear reactors still has fatally high radiation levels and hardly any water to cool it, according to an internal examination that renews doubts about the plant's stability.

A tool equipped with a tiny video camera, a thermometer, a dosimeter and a water gauge was used to assess damage inside the No. 2 reactor's containment chamber for... (more)


Embassy Threat Came From Bugged Al Qaeda Call

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 6, 2013


Twenty two US diplomatic posts have been shut over the threats

Four suspected al Qaeda members have been killed in a drone strike in Yemen after a decision to shut 22 US diplomatic missions was made following a terror threat phone call.

Intelligence from telephone conversations last week between the head of al Qaeda, Ayman al Zawahiri, and the head of its affiliate in Yemen, Nasser al Wuhayshi, revealed plans to carry out an attack as early as last Sunday.

The plot is thought to have been one of the most serious against American... (more)



By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 3, 2013

The pain is like all over body toothache

I ask for God for him to come and take

It burns me bad and leaves me crying

Some days I just feel like quickly dying

I was told this pain is what people feel about to fly

Poor people feel when they in hospital about to die

I can only say it cuts me bad and makes me mad

This is why I spend a fortune on my swanky Pad

When I can’t sleep and the pain is burning bad

I always have things to do that keep me being sad

But they are only gadgets spent with crooked money

Sometimes alone... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, health, pain, mental-health, rhyme, can't sleep, in agony, medication speaking, pain poem, pain speaking

The day that changed our World. 9/11 Where were you?

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 3, 2013


This image brings the tears and memories back

I have been wanting to do this blog for a while and plucked up the courage after a chat with someone today who had a story to tell of their own

So thank you to them for their discussion with me on how hard it was for them on that day and what memories they have, they were honest and still 12 years on you could feel the hurt

I was just back from picking my kids up from School, my two sons who were at primary school, aged 8 and 10 and I walked... (more)


Glasgow Celtic Start League Campaign With 2-1 Win

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 3, 2013


Scottish International player Charlie Mulgrew is delighted with Stokes as he makes it 2-1

Reigning champions Celtic came back from behind to beat Ross County in their Scottish Premiership opener.

County's Darren Maatsen shocked Celtic Park with an emphatic early goal from distance.

Hoops' Dutch debutant Derk Boerrigter looked lively before Anthony Stokes levelled from a yard out for the hosts.

Celtic hit the woodwork twice after the break and Stokes was denied a penalty before the striker's late near-post finish clinched... (more)


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