If you have a great memory and want to brag to your friends that you wrote a book, come to me!
If you are more of a visual person, and you do not read books anymore, it can be very good to write in order to remember. According to Meltzer’s 2018 book Executive function in education: From theory to practice published with Guilford Publications, writing is a form of fighting such things as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Here is a list of books that I have helped to edit
Steppin’ Out by Mariam Ibrahim (edited by Donna Kakonge) available on Amazon Kindle
Pinnacles of Vandalism (A selection of thoughts, feelings, and musings) by R. William Patry (promoted by Donna Kakonge) available various places, please search Google
Girl Power: Chronicles of the True Power of Female Friendships by Teresa Madaleno (edited by Donna Kakonge) available various places, please search Google
Anansesem: Telling Stories and Storytelling African Maternal Pedagogies. Toronto: Demeter Press. (editorial assistance by D. Kakonge).
BoomerBroadcast: Baby Boomer reflects on the journey from living life in the Sixties to living life in her Sixties by Lynda Davis (edited by Donna Kakonge) available various places, please search Google
People interested in learning how to write letters that will get results, learn the research skills that will help you to discover information that you need that is useful for any aspect of your life, such as love letters, complaint letters, resignation letters, cover letters, resumes (both short and curriculum vitae), legal documents, medical documents, help with learning how to type faster, create e-books or paperback books, and hardcover covers for your enjoyment, or to make a bit of money, or to continue and to realize that it can be the top bestseller of all-time = I’m here to help! These letters and written material can be done with pen and paper, or, you could choose to do your written work electronically. The craft of literary nonfiction is not only about making nonfiction more enjoyable for the reader to read, but also about creating nonfiction written material that is engaging and will be read by the audience you want to read it so that results happen = whether that be getting that loan from the bank that you need, or persuading your fiancé to marry you = plus all the other areas of life in-between. Also, it includes social media and networking profile writing.
You can also book online on this magazine for the same session above.
It’s 2009. A baby is born in the United Kingdom without a heart and sure to die at the point of death. The baby’s parents are frantic. The parents are older, in their mid-40s, and they had been trying to conceive a child for the last fifteen years and this baby girl was their last chance for sure. They are a loving couple that has all of the financial resources to give to a child, plus their strong bond of love within their relationship.
The chief doctor on staff at the
hospital in London, England, suggests that they can receive a heart from the
Philippines in order to save the child’s life.
Moving over to the Philippines…the chief doctor has texted a head hunter in the Philippines who knows that his job is to find a healthy heart quickly. The head hunter goes to the closest exercise gym and waits for a young girl to come out who looks as though she has a healthy heart.
The head hunter kills the Filipino
girl, cuts out her heart, and it is then transported by illegal flight methods
to London, England within that day in order to save the life of the baby girl
in London, England.
The chief doctor performs the
surgery on the baby girl that night at midnight, moving into the second day of
the baby girl’s life, and the baby girl is now ten years old today and healthy.
The secret of how the girl lived
without being born with a heart is simply concealed by the chief doctor that
there was a donor, based on legal means, that helped to keep the baby girl
alive, as well, the parents of the baby girl did not know anything in 2009 when
their child was born, nor even today, nor will ever know, what, why, who, and
how, or even when, and how legally grievous the situation that had occurred in
order to keep their child alive.
The legal violations of laws in the
scenario above are with the Human Tissue Act 2004, the Human Transplantation
(Wales) Act 2013, and the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill. There will be a
focus on India, Pakistan, and the Philippines as primary targets of human organ
trafficking, as well as worldview encompassing Spain, Iran, and other areas of
the Middle East as additional targets for human organ trafficking.
There will also be a discussion in this paper of the global seriousness of human organ transplant tourism, as well as human organ trafficking. The criminal element of human organ trafficking, as well as the laws in which it violates, will also be discussed.
Moral and legal issues associated with organ donation, human organ trafficking, as well as transplant tourism will also be discussed in this paper. There will also be the inclusion of a discussion on good way to solve or at least address the supply and the demand for human organ trafficking, as well as the cultural complications surrounding human organ trafficking.
Human Tissue Act
The Human Tissue Act of 2004clearly
is delegated by parliament in the United Kingdom and applies to Wales, Northern
Ireland, as well as England. The Human Tissue Authority for the United Kingdom
helps to delegate the applicable laws and legal code of The Human Tissue Act.
The Human Tissue Act of 2004 clearly
outlines the legal rules and legal regulations of how to clean a dead body,
handle human tissue of a corpse, as well as the proper and legal means of
disposal of a corpse, as well as the human tissue that is involved with the
dead body of humans. It is citation 30 of The Human Tissue Act of 2004 that is
applicable to the complications that could be created with human organ
trafficking, Human Tissue Act 2004 (c 30).
Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013
This Act is applicable to the region
of the United Kingdom of Wales. The Act was created and is administrated by the
National Assembly of Wales.
A strong example of how The Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013law works is that when people first receive their driver’s licence in Wales, and they are making the decision of whether or not they would want to donate organs in the case of a motor vehicle accident to someone else in order to save their lives by legal means, rather than any other method such as human organ trafficking, any person in Wales can legally decide that they do not want to donate their organs in the case of a fatal motor vehicle accident and/or they can also decide to donate their organs in the case of a fatal motor vehicle accident.
Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013 clearly states that the express wishes
of anyone who opt-outs of donating their organs, as long as they are of sound
mind and body and can legally make decisions for themselves, their wishes and
their choices must be honoured or it would be a violation of the law that would
be deemed legally punishable.
(Deemed Consent) Bill
Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill is now into its third reading towards
administration within the United Kingdom parliament. The third reading of this
legislation took place on Tuesday, February 26, 2019.
Further to The Human Tissue Act of 2004the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill is legislation that focuses on the prevention of human organ trafficking within the United Kingdom by strongly creating legislation for the need for consent in terms of organ donation.
following is a chart of some of the essentials of the three aspects of
legislation by the United Kingdom parliament in order to prevent human organ
within the United Kingdom legislation applies to
Human Tissue Act of 2004
Northern Ireland, as well as England
How to clean a dead body, handle human tissue of a corpse, as well as the proper and legal means of disposal of a corpse, as well as the human tissue that is involved with the dead body of humans.
Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013
The express wishes of anyone who opt-outs of donating their organs, as long as they are of sound mind and body and can legally make decisions for themselves, their wishes and their choices must be honoured. The Human Tissue Act of 2004.
Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill
Prevention of human organ trafficking.
Trafficking in India
United Kingdom is making strong efforts to crack down on human organ
trafficking, in particular since these regions of the world are huge
international perpetrators of human organ trafficking. The United Kingdom is
one of the top human organ trafficking violators in the entire world.
Places such as Philippines which was
mentioned in the introduction, as well as India which will be discussed now,
are huge targets as places where victims that are suspecting, as well as healthy,
are killed by head hunters in order to use their human organs to save the lives
of people in such places as the United Kingdom.
Healthy Indian people, that are also poor, are stalked by head hunters as soon as they receive their texts from healthcare white-collar criminal professionals in the United Kingdom and the moment the head hunter that simply lives in places such as India for the sole purposes of killing Indians for their human organs and receiving large sums of hundreds of thousands of dollars in order to do this illegal work, also work with the illegal transporters of small planes that send the chopped up body parts that are required, the organs, to the United Kingdom, and the operations are done by healthcare professionals in order to save the lives of people in the United Kingdom.
Trafficking in Pakistan
same situation that takes place in India also occurs in Pakistan. There have
been millions of “unsolved murders” of Pakistanis that are created and are
caused by these head hunters that kill Pakistani people just for their human
organs in order to save the lives of people in the United Kingdom, leaving the
police force in Pakistan at all levels of government, from the provinces, to
the federal level, to the local levels searching to find out who have killed
their people, yet, many of the police officials in Pakistan, do know that there
are hidden head hunters that are the murderers of their people for the crime of
human organ trafficking.
Trafficking in Spain
Unfortunately, the same human organ
trafficking also occurs in Spain.
In places such as Spain, many times
the head hunters, the murderers, the killers, will be Spanish people
themselves, who will lure a young girl, sometimes they are even as young as
thirteen years old, fourteen years old, fifteen years old, who are in
admiration of a truly older man who happens to look much younger for his age
and lies to the little girl and tells her that he is under the age of eighteen
The young man, who is actually under
the age of thirty years old and wants to have lots of money, be a millionaire
in Europe and does not care how he receives the money to do this, rapes and
kills the little girl, many little girls actually, the young man is actually a
serial killer, and then chops up the body parts, and sends them to the United
Trafficking in Iran
Iran, also known as Persia, the same human organ trafficking also takes place.
The differences from the human organ trafficking in places such as Iran, in
comparison to other places such as the Philippines, India, Pakistan, and Spain
which have been previously mentioned, is because of the Islamic culture in
Iran, the primary target for the head hunters who kill Persians for the sake of
their human organs, are the men due to the cultural sacredness of the female
body in Islamic culture.
There are many occurrences within
Iran, where the killers of the Persian men, are gay men, and they will also
rape the victims, and chop up their body parts for the sake of human organ
trafficking, and wrap, seal, and send the body parts to the United Kingdom, as
On the global human organ
trafficking scale, countries within Africa, China, Singapore, Thailand, Russia,
Serbia, Croatia, Turkey, and a number of other countries have lost millions of
people over the past decade, including those countries previously mentioned
such as the Philippines, India, Pakistan, Spain, and Iran, to head hunters that
will many times rape and kill, steal the belongings of people that did not have
anything to begin with in terms of monetary gain, chop up their body parts on
the dead corpse that they created, and package the human organs to send them to
the United Kingdom in order to save the lives of people in life-and-death
situations who are living in the United Kingdom who need human organs that they
cannot receive by legal methods.
Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill, the latter which is in its third reading,
is vital legislation to apply legal the laws that are created within the United
Kingdom such as The Human Tissue Act 2004, The Human Transplantation (Wales)
Act 2013, and the Organ Donation (Deemed Consent) punishment to the
participants of the human organ trafficking trade that occurs globally and also
affects the United Kingdom as illegal human organs are created by murder, plus
transported into the United Kingdom also by illegal means.
Tourism and Human Organ Trafficking
Transplant tourism and human organ trafficking occurs when people from the United Kingdom, which is the focus of this paper, however, places such as the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and other First World countries with wealth around the world, go to places such as Serbia, Croatia, Russia, China, countries in Africa, Spain, South America, Pakistan, India, Iran, as well as the Philippines, and many other so-called Third World countries in order to target poor people, people without money, to have head hunters murder them for their human organs and to conduct their secret surgeries within the Third World countries, with First World doctors who are focused on this transplant tourism and human organ trafficking market, so that the First World people, people from the United Kingdom as the example for this purposes of this paper, can cure diseases, as well as save their lives essentially.
of Human Organ Trafficking
criminal element of human organ trafficking is catastrophic. Not only is human
organ trafficking an international human rights violations issue on a large
scale, a violation of the rights of poor people to live free from murder and
their bodies not be deemed as available human organs for the rich of the First
World, within the United Kingdom the laws in which are violated are The Human Tissue
Act 2004 (c 30), The Human Transplantation (Wales) Act 2013, and The Organ
Donation (Deemed Consent) Bill, which are the laws that are
specifically applicable to human organ trafficking within the United Kingdom.
How to Solve the
Situation of Human Organ Trafficking
Unfortunately, the developments in
medical care in order to prolong the lives of human beings, of course, is a
remarkable thing, however, when it pertains to the issue of human organ
trafficking, it is a disastrous violation of United Kingdom legislation.
The solution truly is to create an international law enforcement body that not only focuses on human organ trafficking, but also on human trafficking in general because even those people, including men in the world, that are bought and sold into sexual slavery are also often killed once their uses for the purposes of illegal and impermissible sexual relations with the purchasers of human bodies for these purposes are killed for the uses of their human organs once their bodies can no longer be used for sex slavery purposes. Human trafficking, in general, is linked to human organ trafficking and there needs to be a dedicated international police force that is committed to eradicating this grievous crime which is clear violations of the laws set out by the United Kingdom in order to prevent human organ trafficking.
There also need to be harsher punishments for those head hunters and pilots of the planes, plus medical white-collar crime professionals that participate in transplant tourism, as well as human organ trafficking.
The family of the dead Filipino girl that died in 2009 so that a baby could live that was born without a heart in the United Kingdom has not ever recovered from what to them, is the mysterious murder of their daughter, their sister, their cousin, their niece, their grandchild, their family, their classmate.
The little Filipino girl was a great
student in school and wanted to grow up to become a medical doctor. Little did
she know, it was in the name of medicine, that she was murdered?
The little Filipino girl died more
because she was innocent, in a dangerous place at a dangerous time, poor and
could not defend herself, and did not know the ways of wicked people of the
world that would kill her for doing no wrong, other than having a healthy body
where her organs could help to prolong the life of someone within the United
Include hundreds of other countries
in the world, that are considered to be the Third World, and again, the same
thing that happened to this little Filipino girl, would happen not only to
little girls, but also to young men, and to anyone that is deemed healthy
enough to be killed by head hunters in order to illegally transport their human
organs to First World countries such as the United Kingdom.
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As a workshop leader who will discuss potential image and beauty directions that each participant could take in terms of improving their overall appearance, that could even help to lift a depressed mood and/or state of mind. This workshop is also for both men and women, and those people who do not identify as either. With the workshop leader’s knowledge of the Canadian fashion industry, particularly in Toronto, suggestions will be made to Canadian-owned places that will help to improve them from head to toe. This will include suggestions based on natural and other creative methods to improve their hair, their skin, their nails, their clothing, and their footwear, and even overall relaxed state of mind with suggestions of registered massage therapists and even having fun with false eyelashes. This video summarizes my overall philosophy remixed by Sybil called “Don’t Make Me Over” originally done by Dionne Warwick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2tat7L9-7E The aim of the workshop is to focus on the ambitions of people like Tina Turner in the “Simply the Best” song to sing to yourself each and every day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GC5E8ie2pdM The workshop is also open to those people who are interested in entering the fields of beauty, modelling, and/or acting, with the potential for networking opportunities to abound. I look forward to seeing you soon!
This class provides the participants with the opportunity to ask legal questions and to receive legal answers based on the laws, rules, and regulations that pertain to the City of Toronto, Province of Ontario, as well as the country of Canada, and the world. This class is open to people from all over the world, with the instructor having knowledge of international laws, as well. For the price of the course, five questions or more will be answered pertaining to the legal situations you would like assistance with. This legal answering class is not meant to substitute advice from a lawyer, rather help you to make a more affordable choice in case you would need to seek the advice of a licensed lawyer in your area. The class also offers the opportunity for those people who are interested in entering the field of law or the legal field to network. Here are some examples of questions you may have that I can help you with to reduce legal fees: Can I file chapter 13 bankruptcy again if I filed in 2013? Live in Washington state. Bankruptcy was discharged? I am in removal. Can I get an emergency travel parole? While playing golf hit another golfer accidentally in the back of the head with a golf ball on my drive. He has forwarded over $2,000 in medical bills to me. What is my legal obligation regarding this?<brYou may have many more questions such as this that I can help you with.