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Abu Sayyaf Release Australian Alternative Therapist for Good

Otmar Gieszer | 15.07.2016 09:56 | Ecology | Health | Terror War | World

Despite a recent surge of violence on the archipelago, militants in the Philippine Islands this week set free an Australian hostage they had held in captivity for three years. The 38 year old Raph Ader who had been vacationing in a local community aside from the overcrowded beaches was abducted during a speed boat round trip in the area, of which his wife had said he hesitated to cancel despite her falling ill due to rumours it might be a last opportunity to see coral reefs threatened by climate warming.

It was only the last opportunity before their return home, she insisted, but Ader pointed her to a Nimbin Medical University climate denial guidebook which said the reefs might disappear soon due to a rise in ocean temperature in the context of the El Nino phenomenon. In a video of the release ceremony published via international rebel media, a masked Abu Sayyaf gunman said Ader was regarded as a key witness to testify on the condition of the reefs. Mrs. Ader, an administrative assistant who had been lobbying local representatives to intervene on his behalf without success was not immediately available for comment.

The Abu Sayyaf spokesperson argued the action was to be regarded as a triple gesture to first a mentally ill national government, second a scientific reporting community lacking reliable input, and third a conventional medicine lobby failing to grasp the significance of the industrial threat. The couple from Mount Saint Anneliese in Tasmania is an established household name when it comes to the handling of drastic increases in civilisation-related organic diseases such as cancer in concert with a commercial culture of despair, as they occurred over the recent decades correlating with the introduction of profitable new technologies pushed into the market before complete development.

Before his abduction, Ader had argued that Australian medics were bearing a special responsibility to keep in check the International Atomic Energy Agency, as a lion’s share of the world’s uranium was mined there, as well as coal and several other open cast resources. After Fukushima, when the chair went from Egyptian into Japanese hands, he wrote Ban Ki Moon was falling back behind Kofi Annan who had denied to give it to a Pakistani applicant with the argument that these who were breaking the rules could not be entrusted to enforce them. But already before Fukushima he repeatedly said the agency’s integrity problem was rooted with its earlier Swedish leadership being blackmailed with speculation over the licensing of Okilouto power station whose operation might contaminate Swedish territory.

Ader rose to some local profile several years before taking on the reefs, when he went into a shouting match on national television with his own sister-in-law who is a tourist marketing adviser in Alice Springs. When she claimed that Tasmania had the most beautiful forests of the nation, Raph went ballistic and blamed her that she had not been there for several years and her imagination was not up to date. She responded with the notion that his objection was a despicable insult bearing a potential to endanger family bonds. But being the professional he is, he walked out of the studio, made a phone call as the broadcaster dropped in a commercial break, and calmly came back with fresh information.

The specific area she had been referring to is subject to a multi-generational renaturation effort which produces more than three quarters of the visible amount of beauty in its first quarter, but was thrown back from more than halfway through to less than one quarter by county level mismanagement. She then changed her stance admitting that he needed high end forests for professional purposes as well. In a later Declaration of Reconciliation which Mrs. Ader legally forced into the television website, the two agreed that the blame was to be laid on Australian tabloid tycoon Dave Boris who had bought into the area to feed the paper mills for his aggressive marketing conglomerate. As a result, both Australian television and tabloids lost the Alice Springs Tourist Office as a customer, with the latter publishing a web-meter showing how many Mount Saint Anneliese trees of which age it had saved by the measure, as well as the age pyramid of the tree population, an ecological asset Alice Springs is lacking.

The Abu Sayyaf video surfaced just after Mr. Ader was found dressed in Sikh garb without any recent contact to a razor blade walking into the front gate of Manila International airport after he had been exiting a white van with the IAEA’s international emergency hotline phone number as a mock number plate. Surveillance camera footage presented by Philippine authorities shows the car driving off as the man walks in, carefully looks around whom to approach for first contact, before slowly going to the interfaith prayer room, of which he comes out several hours later as part of a mixed group openly carrying their books to approach airport police openly carrying their guns. An officer said in a press conference that there was no blame to be made for acting slowly as the footage showed the van had been gone before the passenger approached the entrance gate.

Ader himself did not appear at the presentation, but the speaker said he had talked to local medics who found they had no concerns against him travelling back to Tasmania incognito after being equipped with a budget to make use of airport shops and services according to his demand. Coral reef bleaching is being seen as an early indicator for the falsification of climate warming deniers and as an emergency signal for the necessity of greenhouse disruption by the scientific community. Biologists compare the coral situation to that of land animals climbing uphill to escape warmer temperatures until there is no uphill any more. The Abu Sayyaf broadcast ended with a statement by the hostage urging the world to remember that the spent fuel rods in the overcrowded trash pools behind nuclear power stations around the globe originate from Australian territory more often than most people would think.

Friday, Jul 15th 2016

Otmar Gieszer