Thursday, June 9, 2016

12 countries with women leaders before America

? 11 countries with women leaders before America


Below is a summary of female leaders in Asia who created havoc and misery for South East Asia.

Americans should be mindful when electing a Female Head of State.

Including Golder Meir, all were war mongers.
 
I wonder why Middle East countries never elect a female leader.
 
There was an article by the above title.
 
It should read as 12 countries.
 
The author missed the first and most ruthless, only second to Indira.
 
I'll be brief.

Indira trained the LTTE to undermine Sri-Lanka (to help Sirima against JRJ) with the help of RAW.
 
Not only her, her son had to pay the ultimate price.

Coming to Sirima, she was not elected but came as a Senate Member.


It was a Buddhist monk who killed her husband.

Somarama was sent to prison and ?executed but Buddha Rakkita (name says he protects Buddha but not politicians) did all the conspiracy.

Buudha Rakkita was living with one of the female ministers of the cabinet of SWRD.
 
Her term (Sirima) in 1970 was the worst in our history.

Children died like house flies (my records were destroyed by the then government) in large numbers some of them had ZERO CSF Sugar (that was the reason for destroying my records).

The LSSP N.M.Perera was the Finance Minister, had his name on the Hodi Potha (first Kindergarten Book- that is why I hate FREE government books).
 
Then in 1977 our first dictator was born.

SLFP had to be in hibernation for 17 years (it was called the Curse of 17 years).

Thankfully, I was abroad in UK most of the time and Lady Thatcher was the PM.
 
Less I speak of her better except sinking the Belgrano and Falkland war.

Our Union had meeting with JRJ and got the Compulsory Service (only for doctors had to work six years, including internship) null and void.

SLFP is the worse party this country had and never came into power on its own.
 
1994 was an aberration but SLFP did not have a credible or lasting majority.
   
Ranil ousted it (another conspiracy).

Sirima on wheel chair without a clout in politics became the PM for the third time.
 
Utter waste of public money.
 

Chandrika promised to abolish the presidency but never did that.

Current president too promised to abolish his post.

Then we had the second dictator after she left.

He wanted the post for himself for life and his family members afterwards.

 
We got rid of him but he is marking his time with all the conspiracies with Bodu Bala Sena (repetition of Somara Strategy) behind him.

I called it the 21 years under Curse (of 21 years).

How can we say our voters had any say?

We were a stupid nation fighting an ethnic war over 35 or more years.

The current constitution making will also be a waste of public money without Rev. Sobitha.

Our doctors got rid of him by wrong and mismanagement of his illness.

Missed Character (12th) in Politics.
She will be 100 this year if she lived without god's blessing!
 
Sirima Ratwatte Dias Bandaranaike (Sinhalese: සිරිමා රත්වත්තේ ඩයස් බණ්ඩාරනායක, Tamil: சிறிமா ரத்வத்தே டயஸ் பண்டாரநாயக்கே; 17 April 1916 – 10 October 2000), commonly known as Sirimavo Bandaranaike (the suffix "vo" denotes respect), was a Sri Lankan stateswoman and politician and the modern world's first female head of government
She served as Prime Minister of Ceylon and Sri Lanka three times, 1960–65, 1970–77 and 1994–2000, and was a long-time leader of the Sri Lanka Freedom Party.
 
Bandaranaike was the widow of a previous Sri Lankan prime minister, Solomon Bandaranaike, and the mother of Sri Lanka's fourth Executive President, Chandrika Kumaratunga, as well as Anura Bandaranaike, former speaker and cabinet minister.

Anura was a man of principles unlike his sister.

There is nothing called Safe Limit

There is nothing called Safe Limit

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Here’s How Many People Fatally Overdosed On Marijuana Last Year

With marijuana now legal in some form throughout 23 states, the number of Americans who fatally overdosed on the drug last year was significant:
A total of 17,465 people died from overdosing on illicit drugs like heroin and cocaine last year, while 25,760 people died from overdosing on prescription drugs, including painkillers and tranquilizers like Valium, according to CDC figures.
Opioid overdose levels rose so sharply in 2014—spiking 14 percent from the previous year— the CDC described the levels as “epidemic.

More persons died from drug overdoses in the United States in 2014 than during any previous year on record,” the CDC reported earlier this month.

Alcohol, an even more accessible substance, is killing Americans at a rate not seen in roughly 35 years, according to a Washington Post analysis of federal data. The more than 30,700 Americans who died from alcohol-induced causes last year doesn’t include alcohol-related deaths like drunk driving or accidents; if it did, the death toll would be more than two and a half times higher.
According to a widely cited 2006 report in American Scientist, “alcohol is more lethal than many other commonly abused substances.”  

The report further puts the lethality of various substances in perspective:


Drinking a mere 10 times the normal amount of alcohol within 5 or 10 minutes can prove fatal, whereas smoking or eating marijuana might require something like 1,000 times the usual dose to cause death.
Though marijuana has yet to lead to a fatal overdose in the U.S., it does have the potential to be abused and lead to dangerous behaviors like drugged driving — but taking too much will likely lead to, if anything, a really bad trip.
Despite the changing tide in American attitudes toward marijuana for both therapeutic and recreational uses, legalization is still vigorously opposed by groups like the pharmaceutical lobby (who stand to lose big if patients turn to medical marijuana for treatment) and police unions (who stand to lose federal funding for the war on drugs).
Even among 2016 presidential contenders, Democratic hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders is the only candidate from either party to support outright legalization of marijuana by removing it from the federal list of Schedule 1 drugs, which includes substances like heroin and LSD.