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[#2708425] 19.04.18 21:52
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Bodo pa pili kokakolo. Voda še za v čevelj ni dobra.
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[#2708434] 20.04.18 06:51 · odgovor na: ogo (#2708425)
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Gazda Zoki bo to nam skuhal s cistilno napravo nad vodonosnikom. Ljubljana bo moderna. Moderna mesta pa nimajo vode. Tako pac je.
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[#2708435] 20.04.18 07:03
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Tak lep zgledni socializem tipa "dejmo stisn't".

Nihce pa ne omenja, da je Cape Town zavrnil ponudbo Izraela, da bi na podlagi svojih obseznih izkusenj pomagal prepreciti to krizo. Ker oni pac drzijo s Palestinci.

Najbolj smesno je, da Palestinci lepo sprejemajo pomoc izraela glede vode :))

www.wsj.com/articles...1519254816
(paywall)

Tale clanek pa je dostopen
www.aish.com/jw/me/T...srael.html

Cape Town has been aware of this threat for some time – and they also had an easily accessible solution. Israel is a country which achieved the scientific know-how to make its desert bloom, its minimal water supply to suffice for its needs, and the desalination of seawater for everyday purposes a reality. Israel has learned how to recycle about 85 percent of its water and has achieved what many considered impossible: making water readily accessible to all of its inhabitants. As soon as Israel became aware of Cape Town’s water problem, without any hesitancy it volunteered assistance, making clear their ability and willingness to help.

Former Israeli Ambassador to South Africa Arthur Lenk, current Ambassador Lior Keinan, and Israel’s economic attaches to South Africa all made repeated overtures to the relevant bodies to assist with the Cape Town water crisis. Scientists were prepared to share their knowledge. Volunteers were ready to come to implement them. Organizations were ready to help in the planning and even in the financing for what was required to prevent Day Zero from becoming a reality.

But the governing body of Cape Town sides with the Palestinians. That makes Israelis the enemy. And that allowed hatred to trump sanity and enmity to prefer calamity over offered salvation.
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[#2708458] 20.04.18 10:32 · odgovor na: bc123a (#2708435)
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[bc123a]
Tak lep zgledni socializem tipa "dejmo stisn't".

Nihce pa ne omenja, da je Cape Town zavrnil ponudbo Izraela, da bi na podlagi svojih obseznih izkusenj pomagal prepreciti to krizo. Ker oni pac drzijo s Palestinci.

Najbolj smesno je, da Palestinci lepo sprejemajo pomoc izraela glede vode :))

www.wsj.com/articles...1519254816
(paywall)

Tale clanek pa je dostopen
www.aish.com/jw/me/T...srael.html

Cape Town has been aware of this threat for some time – and they also had an easily accessible solution. Israel is a country which achieved the scientific know-how to make its desert bloom, its minimal water supply to suffice for its needs, and the desalination of seawater for everyday purposes a reality. Israel has learned how to recycle about 85 percent of its water and has achieved what many considered impossible: making water readily accessible to all of its inhabitants. As soon as Israel became aware of Cape Town’s water problem, without any hesitancy it volunteered assistance, making clear their ability and willingness to help.

Former Israeli Ambassador to South Africa Arthur Lenk, current Ambassador Lior Keinan, and Israel’s economic attaches to South Africa all made repeated overtures to the relevant bodies to assist with the Cape Town water crisis. Scientists were prepared to share their knowledge. Volunteers were ready to come to implement them. Organizations were ready to help in the planning and even in the financing for what was required to prevent Day Zero from becoming a reality.

But the governing body of Cape Town sides with the Palestinians. That makes Israelis the enemy. And that allowed hatred to trump sanity and enmity to prefer calamity over offered salvation.
... OK, da je to bolano, je seveda res, res pa je tudi, da se boldano lahko razume, da država Izrael ne dovoli svojim znanstvenikom, da pomagajo komurkoli, ki kakorkoli pomaga Palestincem ... evo, in če pomislim na cirkus s slovenskim poskusom priznanja Palestine, je tole drugo bližje resnici in so resnični bolniki nekje drugje, ne pa v Južni Afriki ... khmm, ker namreč ne morem verjeti, da bi mesto Cape Town imelo samostojno zunanjo politiko ...
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[#2708466] 20.04.18 11:07 · odgovor na: bc123a (#2708435)
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Zadnja sprememba: Vinci 20.04.2018 11:11
Jah, ta zavrnitev pomoči Izraela in Izraelcev ima močno politično ozadje in sporočilo. Izrael omejuje dostop do vode Palestincem, v preteklosti so aktivno omejevali njihov življenjski prostor tudi z omejevanjem dostopa do vode in celo uničenjem vodnih virov, ti pa zdaj motoviliš s tem, da Palestinci lepo sprejemajo pomoč Izraela glede vode. To je tako, kot da bi te pretepel, potem bi pa bil nad mano čist navdušen, ko bi ti dal dva hansaplasta. Poleg tega izvajajo segregacijo in že desetletja kršijo njihove človekove pravice. JAR se je šele pred dobrimi 20 leti iztrgala iz apartheida, še vedno se spopadajo s segregacijo in preprosto ne morejo sprejeti pomoči nekoga, ki počne to, česar se oni hočejo otresti.

Če je zavrnitev pomoči Izraela pravilno ali napačno ravnanje JAR, se naj vsak sam odloči. Moje mnenje je, da je absolutno pravilno, da so zavrnili njihovo pomoč. JAR lahko reši ta problem tudi brez Izraelcev.
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[#2708547] 20.04.18 20:23
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Ko avtorica že ravno omenja Kalifornijo: leta 2015, v času “suše” je zvezna oblast zahtevala razlitje 33 milijonov kubičnih metrov vode, da je 29 (!) postrvi lahko prišlo iz zgornjega toka reke Stanislaus proti morju. In takih primerov je bilo v zadnjih par letih v Kaliforniji ogromno; stotine milijonov kubičnih metrov vode je šlo direktno iz rezervoarjev v morje, namesto da bi jih usmerili v mesta in na poljedelske površine.
Nor v San Franciscu so za zaščito neavtohotne ribje vrste v šestih letih porabili 5.3 milijarde kubičnih metrov vode!
www.wsj.com/articles...1430085510

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