Refresh your Memory
Ursula Sabisch, Am Aehrenfeld 15, 23564 Luebeck, Germany
EKD and the Episcopal Ordinariates
Of the Catholic Church
Free English translation on 30 August 2021.
Your second Chance in a Rush and not at a snail's Pace.
Dear Clergy, Dear Secular Dignitaries, Dear Sirs,
Enclosed I enclose for you as a duplicate the letter sent by me to the above addressee, with the intention that you and your entire circle of interest will be awakened.
Furthermore, I would like to point out to you that playing with the lives of others must be stopped immediately and without exception, at least by eliminating starvation or illnesses due to malnutrition or lack of humanitarian aid!
Your two large Christian churches alone can certainly raise enough capital for the whole of South Sudan this year, so that people should remain alive for whom starvation is unavoidable, by creating a reasonable basis and a long-term basic supply, and you would not have to forfeit your position of power despite this, or precisely because of it!
Think carefully whether you want to continue to fill your belly and let fate take its course or whether you will seriously interfere in the matter of events!
These very people in South Sudan have no financial means to flee and are often already far too weakened to be able to leave the shaken country, which is precisely why I had to search the Internet for the headlines mentioned below.
Because these people have long since been crossed off the long list of those in need of help, haven't they?!
However, one thing is quite certain and you should take this more than literally; in the end, everyone pays his or her own bill, which of course is different for everyone!
24 March 2020.
Attachment from the Internet of n-tv news:
Monday, 12 October 2015
Every fourth Child affected.
Study on malnutrition: 795 million people go hungry
Despite progress in fighting hunger worldwide, the number of hungry people remains unbearably high, according to aid agencies. Some 795 million people are undernourished, according to the 2015 World Hunger Index published on Monday, with one in four children affected by stunted growth and nine per cent of all children suffering from emaciation. Today, armed conflicts are the main cause of hunger.
Number of people suffering from hunger has fallen significantly.
Berlin (dpa) - The number of hungry people worldwide has decreased significantly in the first 15 years of this millennium.
According to the World Hunger Index of the International Food and Development Research Institute, the proportion of undernourished people in the world population has fallen from 18.5 to 13.1 per cent since 2000.
However, 600,000 people died in famines. Today, 795 million people are still starving. Welthungerhilfe called on the international community to do more to tackle armed conflicts.
These are the biggest drivers of hunger.
Humanitarian crisis in East Africa