The Blue Petrified BBC ?
BBC today, refused to run a Gazan Appeal because they maintain the stance of preserving their impartiality . At UserWatch we are not sure how you can be "impartial" about human rights of bombed people by Israels disproportionate actions and murder of people . Ghetto-isation and slow invalidation of people will make them crazed and extreme ... We of course have seen it in the Mental Health system which still quietly persecutes and drains the soul out of people while pretentious national top down dominion exists ..
Everyone needs human rights and the right to sustain their identity as opposed to the cornered one they are given by politically motivated dominations ..
This is the site below BBC are not openly disclosing to the public enough that will help the GAZA APPEAL
After an 18 month blockade of Gaza and three weeks of heavy shelling the humanitarian crisis in Gaza is now completely overwhelming.
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Thousands of people are struggling to survive with many having lost their homes and most down to their last supplies of food and only limited amounts of fresh drinking water.
- Just £25 can buy warm blankets for 8 children
- Just £50 can provide a Food parcel for a family for one month
- Electricity - supplies to Gaza are erratic at best with 75% of the area cut off completely. There is a significant public health risk arising out of the almost collapse of Gaza’s water and sewage system, the running of which is dependent on electricity.
- Water - Around 500,000 people are without running water with 37% of Gaza’s water wells not working effectively and fuel reserves depleted due to restrictions on access and damage to pipes.
- At least 412 Children have been killed and 1,855 injured
- 60% of the population is living in poverty
- 1.1 million people are dependent upon aid to survive.
- Health - The capacity of the health system has been significantly reduced due to the damage of at least 21 clinics. Ten primary health care clinics are functioning as emergency clinics and hospitals and intensive care units continue to treat the mass casualties.