August 2017

RINJ News Perspectives of a Global Women's NGO

  • Trudeau & Philippines’ Troubling Attitude on Mass Killings
    by RINJ on November 17, 2017 at 7:11 am

    In Manila, wherever you go you will be bothered by child-beggars & broken women looking for a hand out. Hundreds of thousands of women and children live like this. They live among rats and cockroaches that outnumber them in the … Continue reading → Trudeau & Philippines’ Troubling Attitude on Mass Killings […]

  • Possible Truce with DPRK say Women
    by RINJ on November 17, 2017 at 12:08 am

    “Mr. Kim has complained to the UN about US Military Drills Threatening DPRK National Security and seeks immediate discussion… China sees this as a bargaining point,” say RINJ Foundation Women in Korea. The DPRK may freeze nuclear arms development in … Continue reading → Possible Truce with DPRK say Women […]

  • Trump’s Political Coffin Nail: Rodrigo Duterte
    by RINJ on November 13, 2017 at 3:14 am

    31st ASEAN Conference 2017 American real estate tycoon and current US President Donald John Trump may have put a nail in his political coffin kibitzing with a mass murderer. Hanging out with Rodrigo #Duterte might make all the rumours floating … Continue reading → Trump’s Political Coffin Nail: Rodrigo Dutert […]

  • Pay Attention to DPRK @ 68th UN-CEDAW Session
    by RINJ on November 8, 2017 at 7:49 pm

    Instead of learning about human origins, about the raw creative power of nature, and about our future in this universe, the male dominated patriarch ruling the world is blinded by the need to assert male control or power, enforce gender roles, … Continue reading → Pay Attention to DPRK @ 68th UN-CEDAW Session […]

  • Trump Agrees DPRK Folks Special-Ivanka Denies Dad’s Bad. What a weekend.
    by RINJ on November 6, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    We just came through a weekend to remember. War drumbeats are softening. Attending the World Assembly for Women last Friday as a US Presidential 13-day tour of Asia started, US Presidential adviser Ivanka Trump told a half-empty conference room that equal … Continue reading → Trump Agrees DPRK Folks Special-Ivanka Denies Dad’s Bad. What a weekend. […]

  • Moms Protect yourself & family in Nuclear War.
    by RINJ on November 5, 2017 at 3:20 am

    Make Your Plan Now If you survive detonation of a nuclear weapon, we share here what to do next. This article is aimed at women who are centrepoint in their family. This advice will help your family survive. Start learning. … Continue reading → Moms Protect yourself & family in Nuclear War. […]

  • Abortion Law Is Dangerous
    by RINJ on November 5, 2017 at 1:38 am

    Induced Abortion is a decision of Doctor/Patient, not legislators. Induced Abortion used as birth control is frivolous murder. Law saying, “No Abortion” can kill both patients. All governments must provide health care. Government must provide contraception. Any Induced Abortion law … Continue reading → Abortion Law Is Dangerous […]

  • Corrupting Influences. Duterte, Roque, Philippines. – Sison
    by RINJ on November 3, 2017 at 6:02 am

    By Jose C. Sison “Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” This is a saying that squarely applies to Philippine politicians and government officials without any exception, including the officials in the present administration of Rodrigo Duterte. Hence it can be … Continue reading → Corrupting Influences. Duterte, Roque, Philippines. – Sison […]

  • Possibility of NKorea striking USA is Propaganda Bunk.
    by RINJ on November 2, 2017 at 7:32 am

    Updated November 3, 2017 – Unless North Korea has figured out a way to turn a super-sized cargo helicopter upside down and screw a nuclear bomb payload through the earth to come up on the other side of the world … Continue reading → Possibility of NKorea striking USA is Propaganda Bunk. […]

  • It is not OK to Kill Non-Believers – a lesson from Marawi.
    by RINJ on November 2, 2017 at 12:54 am

    Women and children in Lanao del Sur, Philippines have a lot to learn about the modern world and the ability of Civil Society volunteers to bring about change. Working together and appreciating the reasonable opinions of others is a door-opener … Continue reading → It is not OK to Kill Non-Believers – a lesson from Marawi. […]