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Corona Crisis: Nature Strikes Back-bookcover

By: Van Campen

Corona Crisis: Nature Strikes Back

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What is the relationship between Congo, Corona Virus and Mobile Phones?Cause and effect! Yes, they are interconnected and interdependent!Scientists can show us that the root cause of the corona virus is political and financial control. This harmful behaviour causes: Poverty, corruption, geopolitics, Rwanda genocide, deaths, rape, pillage, Congo rare-earth minerals mining by terror and forced child labour,     unethical trade, blood phones made in China, Wuhan wet markets to feed poorexploited phone factory workers, bioweapon development, ecological destruction,biodiversity loss, hungry people eating bats and other wild animals, corona virus, lockdowns, more deaths, distrust, dehumanisation and so on… Hence the future is more uncertain than ever and more and more people are in despair.But one man dares to stand up and scares the hell out of those responsible…‘May I call you the Dutch John le Carré?’ In an interview with Alphonse Muambi, Congolese Expert on Africa and Strategic Resources, Globalisation and Development.‘I have to say, this is an exciting book.’ In an interview with Pim van Galen, Journalist at Dutch Public Television (NOS). ‘We could perhaps stop the bleeding, but not the bullets.’ Cecile Dehopre, Doctors without Borders.‘Van Campen not only tells an enthralling tale, he raises awareness and confronts some major issues like child labour, working conditions and conflict minerals in Congo’s mining industry today.’            Bas van Abel, Founder Fairphone.

Van Campen is concerned with human and non-human life, the environment and social cohesion. Having travelled the world, he physically experienced and survived an Exocet attack in Iran, worked under military protection in Angola during the civil war fought over diamonds and oil, witnessed the chaos of Kinshasa, walked the dirty streets of Lagos and obeyed orders to stay indoors during curfew in Abidjan when the first civil war started. He understands that economic interests will never allow democratic consultation by the people. Through this story, he offers a scientifically sound solution to end the Congo conflict over mineral resources.

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