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Killing the poor in Nepal

One out of every 11 children in Nepal dies before reaching the age of five, and almost 70,000 children die yearly from preventable causes.
Again, let me state these fact.

India needs to prevent children from being sold as sex slaves in Mumbai. These children are stolen from Nepal and are returned with HIV. There is a huge AIDS epidemic being manufactured by outside sources to kill the poor. Medication will not be provided by India in reparations for the failure to protect their borders. India according to the world bank is the 12th richest country in the world. Between AIDS and starvation in Nepal the situation is bleak. America is undermining the peace process by making outside demands that would limit or cease AID to nepal. With an exponenttial number of young women affected with AIDS and HIV only drastic solutions are appearing for the people. Unless the women's movement is given voice in Nepal's burgeoning government peace will not be possible. Please put pressure on India to make financial reparations to the families of the victimized girls. Please put pressure on India to shut down the sex/rape/cages of little girls in Mumbai. Please hold accountable the real sources of misery in this country. Stop the infighting and make this world better.

Nepal needs medication for AIDS.
Nepal needs food and health care for little girls.
Nepal needs to have reparations made by the following countries:

1. National Geographic/ ie National= America
2. England- ie the English Army for intervention and prevention of economic gain in the last 50 years.
3. China- for destroying the Sherpa and Tibetan heartlands- for stopping trade routes lasting over 600 years.
4. India for raping and killing little girls and creating a medical genocide of the poor.

Please put pressure on this to stop in the international community.
This quote 08.Jul.2006 18:58

Migratory Bird

"One out of every 11 children in Nepal dies before reaching the age of five, and almost 70,000 children die yearly from preventable causes."

 link to www.medicalnewstoday.com

for a different point of view but an acceptable one
 http://www.plosmedicine.org/