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1% kontrollieren die Welt.
Im Auftrag des Männermagazins Men's Health führte das das Stuttgarter Institut für rationelle Psychologie eine repräsentative Umfrage durch – mit annähernd 1.300 Frauen im Alter zwischen 18 und 60 Jahren. Das Ergebnis lautete:
|Quelle: ► Meldung von dem deutschen Nachrichtenportal des Kölner Nachrichtensenders der RTL Group n-tv, 11. Februar 2008|
|Siehe auch: ► Beziehungsebenen und ► Beziehungstipps und ► Frauen|
Die Erklärung Ich liebe dich geht 39% der deutschen Männer nur schwer über die Lippen. Das hat das Meinungsforschungsinstitut Gewis im Auftrag der deutschen Frauenzeitschrift Petra bei einer repräsentativen Umfrage an 1.051 Frauen und Männern im Alter von 25 bis 39 Jahren herausgefunden. [Stand Mai 2007]
58% der deutschen Frauen leiden unter der Unfähigkeit beziehungsweise Unwilligkeit der Männer, ihr Inneres zu äußern. dpa-Meldung, 19. April 2007
|Siehe auch: ► Beziehungsebenen|
|Siehe auch: ► Beziehungsebenen|
Die Statistik des Office of National Statistics weist aus, dass acht Prozent der weiblichen Bevölkerung im Alter zwischen 25 und 44 Jahren in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika leben allein [Stand 2008]. Das betrifft zahlenmäßig etwa 690.480 Frauen. Damit hat sich im Lauf von zwanzig Jahren der Anteil der Single-Frauen seit 1988 verdoppelt (auf etwa 345.000).
Der sich fortsetzende Trend zum Alleinleben unter Frauen entspricht der geringen Eheschließungsrate und dem Anstieg der Scheidungsrate. Jüngste Forschung ergab, dass etwa zwei Drittel der Single-Frauen bestätigen, dass sie auch ohne Partner ein erfülltes, glückliches Leben führen können.
Der Anstieg der Single-Haushalte zählt zu den entscheidenden gesellschaftlichen Trends in den kommenden Jahrzehnten.
: Im Jahr 2026 werden 70% der neuen Haushalte Single-Haushalte sein.
|Siehe auch: ► Beziehungsebenen|
Laut den Forschungen des Office of National Statistics im Sommer 2006 haben 45-jährige alleinstehende Männer ein um 23% höheres Risiko eines frühen Todes im Vergleich zu verheirateten Männern. Ein Bericht im Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health stellte fest, dass Single-Männer in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika im Vergleich zu verheirateten Männern eine 58% höhere Wahrscheinlichkeit haben vor Erreichen ihres 50. Lebensjahrs zu sterben.
Alleinstehend zu sein ist gefährlich, sagt der Professor für Wirtschaftswissenschaft Andrew Oswald von der Warwick Universität in Großbritannien, der Glücksforschung betreibt mit dem Fokus auf den Zusammenhang zwischen Glück und Gesundheit.
Forscher der Universität Magdeburg haben Daten von 100'000 verstorbenen Schweizern gesammelt und nach Geschlecht, Alter und Familienstand ausgewertet. Ihre Studie von 2006 bestätigt, dass die Ehe für Männer lohnenswert ist. Verheiratete Frauen hingegen sterben 1,5 Jahre früher als alleinstehende Frauen.
Der Gesundheitsökonom Stefan Felder kommentiert: Männer profitieren eindeutig von der Ehe. Sie werden verpflegt und umsorgt, ihre Lebenswerwartung steigt.
Frauen müssen viel Kraft aufwenden, um die "zerbrechlichen" Männer mitzuziehen.
: Verheiratete Frauen sterben anderthalb Jahre früher als Single-Frauen.
|Quelle: ► Artikel Single-Männer sterben früher, präsentiert von der kostenlosen Schweizer Pendlerzeitung 20 Minuten, 20. März 2006|
|Siehe auch: ► Beziehungsebenen|
Gut zwei Drittel Deutsche fliehen den Tod, während drei Fünftel der Deutschen glauben, dass es kein Weiterleben nach dem Tod gibt.
Der Pressemitteilung zur , ist zu entnehmen, wie Deutsche mit dem Tod umgehen. Im März 2006 wurden 1.000 Interviewpartner auch zu ihrem Verhältnis zum Tod befragt:
|Quelle: ► Studie "Spiritualität in Deutschland" (2005-2007), präsentiert von Identity Foundation, Düsseldorf, April 2007|
|See also: ► Soziologie and ► Tod|
Statistics on terrorism
Statistics on rape in the United States
| See also: |
► Statistics on the worldwide inequality gap (2014/2016)
► Statistics of economic inequality in United States (1774-2011)
► Infidelity statistics – Study on infidel husbands
► Divorce rates – Statistics
► Longevity rates of married couples – Statistics
Shrinking the earth's population to a village of 100 people,
with the existing human ratios remaining the same, this would be the result:
| Written sources: |
► Donella H. Meadows, US American Dartmouth professor, State of the Village Report, The Global Citizen, 31. May 1990, Hebei University 2001
► Returning Peace Corps Volunteers of Madison Wisconsin, Unheard Voices. Celebrating Cultures from the Developing World, 1992
► David Smith, If the World Were a Village. A Book about the World's People, 32 pages, Kids Can Press, Ltd., 10. February 2002
► Dr. Phillip Harter, law professor Stanford University, Global Village Statistics, via email, 2003
► Fritz Erickson, provost and vice president for academic affairs, Ferris State University, John A. Vonk, professor emeritus, Universityå of Northern Colorado, 100 People. A World Portrait, präsentiert von 100people.org, 2012
| Video sources:|
► Narrated video infographics If the World Were a Village of 100 People: A Story About the World's People, YouTube film, 3:11 minutes duration, 17. May 2010
► Animated infographics If the world were 100 people, presented via Facebook by Magazin Good, data derived from The World Facebook, written and produced by Gabriel Reilich, animation by Jake Infusino, 2:24 minutes duration, posted 14. March 2016
1976 – 90% of American women have experienced sexual harrassment in the workplace.
2017 – 80% of American women have experienced sexual harrassment in the workplace.
Violence against women and girls – Status 2013
Sexual exploitation and trafficking of women and girls – Status 2013
Education – Status 2013
► Women Undernews, presented by The Progressive Review, 2011
► Missing women – missing men!? Are there more men or more women on earth?, presented by Gender Debate, 29. February 2012
► 23 Fast Facts about Women's Oppression Worldwide, presented by Amnesty International, St. Louis chapter, 17. June 2013
► by Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, journalist, writer, 2012 Polly Wheeler Guth '44 Leader in Residence, presented by the girl's school Chatham Hall, Virginia,
17. January 2012, YouTube film, minute 34:42, 1:21:48 duration, posted by Chatham Hall 19. April 2012
|See also: Women|
| Source: ► Article plus audio What’s the Problem with Men?, presented by markmanson.net, |
Mark Manson (*1984) US American internet entrepreneur, blogger, author, 1. June 2017
|See also: ► Men and ► Women and ► Relationship advice and ► Gender research and ► Marriage and ► Work and ► Ageing|
| Source: ► William S. Pollack, Ph.D., US American assistant clinical professor of psychology, department of psychiatry, |
Harvard Medical School, director of the Centers for Men and Young Men, director of Continuing Education, McLean Hospital,
Ronald F. Levant, New Psychotherapy for Men, John Wiley & Sons, 1st edition 15. January 1998
| Reference: ► Book Richard Saul, M.D., US American pediatric neurologist, author, ADHD Does Not Exist. The Truth About |
Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder, HarperWave, 1st edition 13. March 2014, reprint edition 3. March 2015
HIGHLY overdiagnosed, Saul calls ADHD "neurochemical distractability/impulsivity".
| See also: ► Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)|
► Health and ► Men and ► Men's literature
Early childhood experiences to the development of the brain:
The number of babies born is stagnating, World population is still growing due to higher life expectancy.
| Sources featuring Hans Rosling, M.D., Ph.D. (1948-2017) Swedish professor of global health, medical doctor, statistician, data visionary, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, public speaker|
► Hans Rosling: How much do you know about the world?, presented by British news outlet BBC News, 7. November 2013
► Religions and babies, transcript, presented by TEDxSummit 2012, Doha, Qatar, minute 10:14, 12:13 and 12:27, 13:20 minutes duration, filmed April 2012, posted May 2012
► The Overpopulation Myth, YouTube film, 59:12 minutes duration, posted 16. May 2014
The American professor of sociology and political science Lane Kenworthy, Ph.D., East Carolina University (currently University of Arizona) publishedthe results of his international comparative study cross-cultural poverty assessment in Western nations in 1999.
Kenworthy's team compared fifteen affluent industrialized nations extending welfare benefits. Both absolute and relative measures of poverty rates were applied over the period 1960-1991.
| See also: |
► Income and status gap in 23 of the rich developed countries worldwide – Wilkinson und Pickett
► Dignity outweighs wealth, charity, and markets.
|Beauty (alteration) – United States|
|⚑ 32,000 breast augmentation surgeries are happenig in the U.S. every month.|
|New "normal" childhood statistics in US America (~2016)|
|⚑ 50% (half) of all children have chronic illness or are overweight.|
|⚑ 1 in 3 children is overweight.|
|⚑ 1 in 6 has learning disabilities.|
|⚑ 1 in 9 has asthma.|
|⚑ 1 in 10 has ADHD.|
|⚑ 1 in 12 has food allergies.|
|⚑ 1 in 20 has seizures.|
|⚑ 1 in 54 males has autism.|
|⚑ 1 in 88 has autism.|
|Drugs – United States|
|⚑ 70 millions US Americans are on mind-altering drugs [illegal and legal narcotics].|
|⚑ One in five US Americans take prescription psychiatric drugs.|
|⚑ 250 million prescriptions for anti-depressants were written in 2010.|
|⚑ Prescription drugs are the second most common substances to be abused.|
|⚑ 27,000 unintentional drug overdose deaths occurred in the United States.|
|⚑ 10% of high school pupils are prescribed drugs for ADHD.|
|⚑ Anti-depressants have been linked to a series of school shootings.|
| Source: ► 70 MILLION Americans are on mind-altering drugs: shock statistic which shows full extent of use of illegal and legal narcotics, |
presented by the British conservative, middle-market daily tabloid newspaper Daily Mail Online, Tom Gardner, 10./12. February 2014
|Imprisonment – United States|
|⚑ 300,000 US Americans were imprisoned.||Status 2014|
|⚑ 2.3 million US Americans were imprisoned.||Status 2014|
|War deaths ⇔ household deaths in the United States – 1776-2015|
|US death toll in war||Time·period||US death toll in households||Time·period|
|⚑ 400,000 Americans died fighting in |
World War II.
|1941-1945||⚑ 400,000 Americans died via household firearms.||2001-2015|
|⚑ 3,400 Americans died via terrorism.||2001-2015)||⚑ 3,200 Americans die via household firearms.||Every 5 weeks in 2015|
|⚑ 1.4 million Americans died in all US wars fought.||1776-2015||⚑ 1.5 million Americans died via household guns.||1968-2015|
| Source: ► Article More Americans killed by guns since 1968 than in all U.S. wars, columnist Nicholas Kristof writes, |
presented by Politifact, Louis Jacobson, 27. August 2015
|Mass shootings – United States|
|⚑ Ronald Reagan administration –– 11 mass shootings|
|⚑ George H. W. Bush Sr administration –– 12 mass shootings|
|⚑ Bill Clinton administration –– 23 mass shootings|
|⚑ George W. Bush Jr administration –– 16 mass shootings|
|⚑ Barack Obama administration –– 162 mass shootings [Status 12/2015]28|
|Changing ethnicity ratios – United States|
|⚑ 2012 – 49% of the births in the United States were 'white'. 50+% were the 'other' American minorities.|
|⚑ 2014 – Latinos surpassed whites as largest racial/ethnic group in California.|
|⚑ 2015 – US Census shows Black women are the most educated group in the United States.|
|Rape ratio – United States|
|⚑ Almost 25 % of the women in US have been raped.|
|⚑⚑ 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men are raped annually in the US.|
|⚑⚑ 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys are assaulted annually.|
|Source: ► Statistisc provided by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center|
|Sexual assault of children – United States (1990-1998)|
|⚑ At least one in ten children are sexually abused.|
|⚑ 70% of all reported sexual assaults occur to children.|
|⚑ 70% of abusers of children are immediate family members.|
|⚑ 44% of rapes occur to children.|
|⚑ 15% of child victims are under 12.|
|⚑ 29% of child victims are under 17.|
| Source: ► Article Barbara E. Bogorad, PsyD, ABPP, US American licensed psychologist, Yeshiva University, California, founder and former director, Sexual Abuse Recovery Program Unit, South Oaks Hospital, New York, Sexual Abuse. Surviving the Pain, |
presented by The American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, 1998
|PTSD rates – Australia|
|⚑ 5-12% (10%) of military personnel, police, ambulance personnel, firefighters and other rescue workers, have experienced PTSD.|
|⚑ 40%-55% of sex workers, women fleeing domestic violence, survivors of childhood abuse and Indigenous Australians suffer from PTSD.|
| Source: ► Article A soldier and a sex worker walk into a therapist's office. Who's more likely to have PTSD?, |
presented by the independent, non-profitm academic Australian media outlet The Conversation, 27. March 2017
|Debts ⇔ costs – United States|
|⚑ 45 million US Americans are on food stamps. |
|⚑⚑ The Federal Reserve is missing $9 trillion. 29|
|⚑⚑ The Pentagon has "misplaced" $8.5 trillion. 30|
|⚑⚑⚑ The Pentagon has "misplaced" $6.5 trillion. 31|
|⚑⚑ Corporations are hiding $2.4 trillion in overseas tax havens. 32 |
The 200 most politically active companies in the US spent 5.8$ billion influencing the US government. [2010-2015]. The 200 most politically active companies in the US got 4.4$ trillion in taxpayer support – earning a return of 750 times their investment. [2010-2015]
|HUNGER – 2008|
|⚑ 1 billion people in the world suffer from hunger and malnutrition, roughly 100 times as many as those who actually die from starvation per year.|
|⚑ About 24,000 people die every day from starvation or hunger-related causes.|
|⚑ In 1997 35,000 people starved from hunger, in 1987 41,000 people. Three-fourths of the deaths are children under the age of five.|
Famine and wars are due for 10% of hunger deaths, the rest by chronic malnutrition. In 1999 31 million (12 million of them children) US Americans were food insecure.
|⚑ The richest 85 people on earth own more wealth than the bottom half of humanity, some 3.5 billion people. [Status 2014]|
|Countries without [Rothshield controlled] Central Banks worldwide|
|⚑ North Korea|
|⚑ Libya [serially attacked by US/NATO]33|
|⚑ Iran [fiend of Israel]|
|⚑ Venezuela [2002 Rothschild vasal tried to putch Chavez in vain.]|
|⚑ Afghanistan [until 2001]34|
|⚑ Iraq [until 2003]35|
|⚑ In Israel 50% of the Israelis consider themselves 'irreligious', while ~37% of them are atheists, 17% of them are agnostic and 60% of them believe in a 'Separation Between Church and State'. Nevertheless, the atheistic, agnostic and irreligious citizenry of Israel seem to believe 'GOD' promised them 'The State of Palestine', which they call 'ISRAEL'. What kind of a god is it that promised Palestine to the Chosen People?|
|Long-lasting bloody Israeli-Palestian conflict [Status: 29. September 2000 – 25. April 2012]|
|⚑ 126 Israeli children killed by Palestinians||⚑ 1,476 Palestinian children killed by Israelis||Oct 2000-May 2012|
|⚑ 1,096 Israelis have been killed.||⚑ At least 6,568 Palestinians have been killed.||Oct 2000-May 2012|
|⚑ 10,792 Israelis have been injured.||⚑ 59,575 Palestinians have been injured.||Oct 2000-May 2012|
|⚑ United States provided Israel with at least $8.2 million|
per day in military aid.
|⚑ United States provided $0 in military aid to the Palestinians.||Fiscal year 2011|
|⚑ 0 Israelis are being held prisoner by Palestinians.||⚑ 5,604 Palestinians are currently imprisoned by Israel.||25. April 2012|
|⚑ The Israeli unemployment rate is 6.4%.||⚑ The Palestinian unemployment in the West Bank is 16.5% and 40% in Gaza.||25. April 2012|
|⚑ Israel had 236 Jewish-only settlements and |
'outposts' built on confiscated Palestinian land.
|⚑ Palestinians do not have any settlements on Israeli land.||25. April 2012|
|Source: ► ifamericansknew.org|
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry ► List of the UN resolutions concerning Israel and Palestine|
| Note: The United States gives 3 billion $ anually to Israel in military aid. [1973-2003]|
Israel has cost the United States 1.6 trillion $, more than twice the cost of the Vietnam war. Detroit is over 18 billion $ in debt. [Status 2016]
| Sources: |
► 12 signs America is on the decline, presented by US American business magazine Fortune, Jill Hamburg Coplan, 20. July 2015
| References: |
► by Hershey H. Friedman, department of business management, City University of New York (CUNY), Sarah Hertz, State University of New York (SUNY), Empire State College, Is the United States Still the Best Country in the World? Think Again, 24. June 2015
► Corruption is threatening economic growth for all, presented by Transparency International, published 2014
| See also: |
► Historical cycle of civilizations (Tytler cycle) – rise and decline of empires
► Income and status gap in 23 of the rich developed countries worldwide – Wilkinson und Pickett (2011)
► Pluto in Capricorn – Rise and fall of empires – Structural transformation
|225,000 Americans per year have died as a result of their medical treatments. Status 2000|
|75% of medical students are on antidepressants or stimulants or both.36 Status 2017|
|More than 1 million Americans physicians commit suicide each year,|
which covered up by hospitals, clinics, and medical schools.37 Status 2016
|America's healthcare-system-induced deaths are the third leading cause of the death |
in the United States of America, after heart disease and cancer.
|Deaths per year||Due to healtcare errors|
|7,000||Medication errors in hospitals|
|20,000||Other errors in hospitals|
|80,000||Infections in hospitals|
|106,000||Negative effects of drugs|
| Source: ► Summarized article America's Healthcare System is the Third Leading Cause of Death, presented by HealthCareRefom.net, Kah Ying Choo, citing: Barbara Starfield, M.D., Is US health really the best in the world?, issued by Journal of |
the American Medical Association, S. 483-485, No. 284(4), 26. July 2000
|See also: ► Disease and ► Medicine|
|2014 rank supplier arms exports|
|The units in this table are so-called trend indicator values expressed in millions of U.S. dollars at 1990s prices. These values do not represent real financial flows but are a crude instrument to estimate volumes of arms transfers, regardless of the contracted prices, which can be as low as zero in the case of military aid. Ordered by descending 2014 values. The information is from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.|
|Rank||Nations||Amount Million US $|
|It is estimated that yearly, over 1.5 trillion United States dollars are spent on military expenditures worldwide (2.7% of World GDP). This represents a decline from 1990 when military expenditures made up 4% of world GDP. Part of this goes to the procurement of military hardware and services from the military industry. The combined arms sales of the top 100 largest arms producing companies amounted to an estimated $395 billion in 2012 according to Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). In 2004 over $30 billion were spent in the international arms trade (a figure that excludes domestic sales of arms).|
According to SIPRI, the volume of international transfers of major weapons in 2010-2014 was 16% higher than in 2005-2009.
The ﬁve biggest exporters in 2010-2014 were the , , , and .
The ﬁve biggest importers were , , , the and .
The arms trade has also been one of the sectors impacted by the credit crunch, with total deal value in the market halving from US$32.9 billion to US$14.3 billion in 2008.
|"Time was when weapons were manufactured in order to fight wars. Now wars are manufactured in order to sell weapons." Sydney Peace Prize lecture by Arundhati Roy (*1961) Indian political activist, essayist, novelist, Seymour Theatre Centre, University of Sydney, delivered 3. November 2004, The 2004 Sydney Peace Prize Lecture, presented by sydney.edu.au, 4. November 2004|
|Source: ► Compiled by Tony Sunil Verma, Facebook comment, 24. November 2015|
A study conducted by the South African Medical Research Council on 1,738 sampled South African men from different race and age backgrounds, from urban and rural areas, revealed the following results [status June 2009]:
Aftermath of childhood trauma and humiliation in a racist mysogynist culture
Rapists are men who have predominantly been traumatized in childhood by experiencing severe physical violence or sexual abuse, emotional and physical abuse and neglect. Patriarchy and apartheid created a mindset according to which (mostly black) men are NOBODIES, subhuman beings. Their anger and pain thereof is translated into violent behavior or violent tendencies.
► Crime Statistics > Rapes (per capita) (most recent) by country, presented by NationMaster
► Article SOUTH AFRICA: One in four men rape, presented by IRIN humanitarian news and analysis, 18. June 2009
► Article Sexual Violence as Male Bonding, presented by The Grumpy Sociologist, 20. June 2009
► Article More than 1,100 rapes daily in DRCongo, presented by allvoices.com, 11. May 2011
► Article South Africa Violence Against Women Rate Hightest In The World, presented by the US American
liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, Michelle Faul, 8. March 2013
|Reference: en.Wikipedia entry: ► Sexual violence in South Africa and ► Rape statistics|
|See also: ► Violence and ► Taboo and ► Trauma|
|See also: ► Language and ► Negativity|
The World Wildlife Fund reported that between 1970 and 2010
52% of the world's mammals, reptiles, birds, fish and amphibians disappeared.
|Source: ► Article WWF: Half the world's wildlife gone over last 40 years, presented by Chicago Tribune, Tom Miles, 30. September 2014|
|See also: ► Nature and ► Animals|
The earth is 4.6 billion years old.
|See also: ► Climate and ► Evolution|
"European marriage pattern in historical perspective", published Population in History: Essays in Historical Demography, 1965
55 countries rated from the viewpoint of more than 27 000 consumers of the general public in the G8. Switzerland #1, Canada #2, Sweden #3, Germany #10, United States of America #22.
A Gallup poll found that, out of 68 countries considered, the US was ranked the biggest threat to world peace [Status 2014]
The US accounts for 90% of women killed by guns in high income countries.
1,500 newspapers, 1,100 magazines, 9,000 radio stations, 1,500 TV stations, 2,400 publishers owned by six corporations and 272 executives control 90% of what 277 million US Americans see, hear and read. [Status unknown]
In 1983, 90% of American media was owned by 50 companies, in 2011, 90% of American media was owned by 6 companies [GE, News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, CBS].
Largest media conglomerat: Walt Disney Company (Walt Disney Television, Touchstone Television, Buena Vista Television), chairman and CEO, since 1984: Michael Eisner, a Jew (increased production of graphic sex and violence)
Five major media conglomerates: Time Warner, Disney, News Corporation (Rupert Murdochs), Bertelsmann (Germany), Viacom (formerly CBS)
Linkless media offerings
Every man, woman, and child in the whole world could have about 1 acre of land to themselves and all that would fit into a land mass the size of North America, with the rest of the world completely unoccupied.
1 52 Females status ~2010 ⇑
2 48 Males status ~2010 ⇑
3 57 Asians ~2010 ⇑
4 21 Europeans ~2010 ⇑
5 8 Africans ~2010 ⇑
6 30 Christians ~2010 ⇑
7 1 College educated, status 2006 ⇑
9 Men perpetrate over 76% of the violent crime in the US. Worldwide that statistic is likely much higher. ⇑
10 Dan Kindlon, Michael Thompson, Raising Cain. Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys, Ballantine, 2000 ⇑
11 P. Orpinas, C. McNicholas, L. Nahapetyan, Gender differences in trajectories of relational aggression perpetration and victimization from middle to high school'', presented by Aggressive Behavior, issue 41(5), S. 401-412, 4. August 2015 ⇑
12 Article More than 40% of domestic violence victims are male, report reveals, presented by the British daily newspaper The Guardian, Denis Campbell, 5. September 2010 ⇑
14 Report Sex Offenses and Offenders: An Analysis of Data on Rape and Sexual Assault, presented by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Lawrence A. Greenfeld, US American statistician, 1997 ⇑
18 Article 6 Things I Want You to Understand About Being Homeless in America, presented by National Coalition for the Homeless, 8. July 2014 ⇑
19 Report Differences in patternsof drug use betweenwomen and men, PDF, presented by the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 20 pages, 2005 ⇑
20 Michael E. Addis, James R. Mahalik, Men, masculinity, and the contexts of help seeking, presented by the peer-reviewed academic journal of the American Psychological Association American Psychologist, vol. 58, No. 1, S. 5-18, January 2003 ⇑
22 Warren Farrell Farrell.com (*1943) US American political scientist, author, spokesman of men's liberation, men's rights activist, former director of the National Organisation for Women, speaker, author, The Myth of Male Power, Berkley Trade, 9. January 2001 ⇑
23 2000 Study by Jeroen Jansz, Masculine identity and restrictive emotionality, cited in: Gender and Emotion. Social Psychological Perspectives, S. 167-186, Cambridge University Press, 9. March 2000 ⇑
24 Article 'Marriage Linked to Better Survival in Middle Age; Study Highlights Importance of Social Ties During Midlife'', presented by US American news website for topical science articles Science Daily, 10 January, 2013 ⇑
28 TruthStreamMedia.com, 2. December 2015 ⇑
29 Video debate 9 Trillion or 9,000,000,000,000 Missing from FEDERAL RESERVE, YouTube film, 6:07 minutes duration, posted 21. September 2013 ⇑
30 Article With $8.5 Trillion Unaccounted for, Why Should Congress Increase the Defense Budget?, presented by The Fiscal Times, Jacqueline Leo, Brianna Ehley, 19. March 2015 ⇑
31 Article Audit Reveals The Pentagon Doesn't Know Where $6.5 Trillion Dollars Has Gone, presented by activistpost.com, Jay Syrmopoulos, 8. August 2016 ⇑
32 Article U.S. Companies Are Stashing $2.1 Trillion Overseas to Avoid Taxes, presented by Bloomberg, Richard Rubin, posted 4. March 2015 ⇑
33 Moammar Gaddafi (†2014) provided to Libyian citizens free healthcare, free electricity, did not charge interest on loans. Newly weds received $50k to find a home. Mothers receive $5,000 after the birth of each of their babies. Gaddafi was determined to rebuild Africa. ⇑
34 Article Central Banks are the Real Target for West’s Imperial Wars, presented by Activist Post, Brandon Turbeville, 4. September 2012 ⇑
36 Report by Pamela Wible, M.D., US American family physician, 4. September 2017 ⇑