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|| The World || Africa Needs Timely Access to Safe and Effective COVID-19 Vaccines: COVAX Is the Only Hope and the World Must Accept Its Moral Duty to Support This Vital Programme: It Has Raised $06 Billion and Needs Only $02.8 Billion More For 2021 ||

|| Thursday: January 21: 2021 || ά.  While the development and approval of safe and effective vaccines less than a year after the emergence of COVID-19 is a stunning scientific achievement, Africa is in danger of being left behind as countries in other regions strike bi-lateral deals, driving up prices. As of early this week 40 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in 50 mostly high-income-countries. However, in Africa, Guinea is the sole low-income-nation to provide vaccines and, to date, these have only been administered to 25 people.

The COVAX initiative has raised $06 billion in pledges but needs an additional $02.8 billion in 2021 and WHO and its partners are urging countries and donors to contribute and help end the pandemic globally. The world has a moral duty to ensure that the humanity in poorer countries of the world have equitable access to the vaccine, that the rich countries are offering to their citizens. On the other hand, Seychelles, which is a high-income-country, is the only one on the continent to start a national vaccination campaign.

|| The Humanion || For We Have Much to Do in This Winter of Peril and Possibility: Much to Repair: Much to Restore: Much to Heal: Much to Build: And Much to Gain: A Cry For Racial Justice Some 400 Years in the Making Moves Us: The Dream of Justice For All Will Be Deferred No Longer: A Cry For Survival Comes From the Planet Itself: A Cry That Can’t Be Any More Desperate Or Any More Clear: Joe Biden ||

|| Wednesday: January 20: 2021 || ά. ‘’This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day. A day of history and hope. Of renewal and resolve. Through a crucible for the ages America has been tested anew and America has risen to the challenge. Today, we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate, but of a cause, the cause of democracy. The will of the people has been heard and the will of the people has been heeded. We have learned again that democracy is precious. Democracy is fragile. And at this hour, my friends, democracy has prevailed. So now, on this hallowed ground where just days ago violence sought to shake this Capitol’s very foundation, we come together as one nation, under God, indivisible, to carry out the peaceful transfer of power as we have for more than two centuries.’’ Mr Joseph R. Biden, Jr, the 46th President of the United States of America, said at his Inaugural Address to the nation at noon today, Wednesday, January 21.

Thanking the dignitaries present at the Inaugural Ceremony Mr Biden said, ‘’We look ahead in our uniquely American way – restless, bold, optimistic – and set our sights on the nation we know we can be and we must be. I thank my predecessors of both parties for their presence here. I thank them from the bottom of my heart. You know the resilience of our Constitution and the strength of our nation. As does President Carter, who I spoke to last night but who cannot be with us today, but whom we salute for his lifetime of service. I have just taken the sacred oath each of these patriots took — an oath first sworn by George Washington. But the American story depends not on any one of us, not on some of us, but on all of us. On “We the People” who seek a more perfect Union.’’

|| England || The Eighth Report of REACT COVID-19 Study Publishes Initial Findings: Infections Increased by 50% From Early December With One in 63 People Infected ||

|| Thursday: January 21: 2021 || ά. The Initial findings from a COVID-19 Study by Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI have been published today, which show infections increased by 50% from early December, with one in 63 people infected. The interim findings from the eighth Report of REACT, one of the country’s largest studies into COVID-19 infections in England, show that over 142,900 volunteers were tested in England from January 06 to 15 as part of one of the most significant COVID-19 studies. It remains paramount that everyone stays at home and follows the rules to protect the NHS and save lives.

The findings show that infections in England have plateaued at the highest level recorded by a REACT study, with suggestions of a potential uptick. The Report does not yet reflect the impact of the national lockdown. Prevalence from 6 to 15 January was highest in London, with one in 36 people infected, more than double compared to the previous REACT Report in early December. Infections had, also, more than doubled in the South East, East of England and West Midlands compared to the previous REACT Report in early December.

|| The World || The Dream of Justice For All Will Be Deferred No Longer: Joe Biden Sworn In As the 46th President of the United States of America ||

|| Wednesday: January 20: 2021: Munayem Mayenin || ά. The fact is this, that Mr Joe Biden has been sworn in as the 46th President of America, so has been Ms Kamala Harris as the 46th Vice President at noon today; there is no other ‘alternative fact’ about this! This is the truth, the reality. The truth, the reality: the ultimate validity of our existence, to which, must we, at all times, remain grounded, resolutely, which, in turn, means that we remain absolutely grounded to the architectonics of rationality, its architecture, its mechanisms, its systems and its processes, in the grid of learning, knowledge and wisdom, formed of the all the branches of science and mathematics and all other learning disciplines or, in other words, that we follow reason, science, evidence and common sense and all that shall equip us, strengthen us, enlightened us and empower us to remain on that path of solidity and protect us from falling into self-destructive delusions!

This is what the distorteddia have been seeking to do worldwide: to destroy, devastate, distort, fabricate, manufacture an alternative to reality, to truth and these are the ‘weapons’ the ’political opportunists and mudslingers’ have begun to use to their advantage as the distorteddia kept on making money and they have transformed capitalism into pseudonomics along the way. Must we remain resolute and grounded in reality and in truth: grounded in the realities of the humanity and goodness of the individual humanity, of the families, of the networks of families, communities, agencies and organisations and the ever-living, ever-growing stronger, ever-going, combined ecology of that humanity and goodness in the wider civic society. It is time to reassert this commitment and seek and strive to get back to that humanity and goodness and reject ‘opinion fascism’, ‘the pseudo puritan false morality’, where, while the world is getting drowned in utter injustices, hypocrisy, contradictions,  immorality, consumption, vaguism and debauchery, hunger, destitution, rough-sleeping, homelessness, malnutrition, prejudice, hatred, overwhelming poverty in every sphere of existence for the vast majority and much more besides, the distorteddia present a fabricated ‘pseudo puritan false morality’, where the very people, involved in this opine their way into this pseudo puritan false morality! And the ever-toxic, ever-poisonous voyeurism and reaching for the gutter come with that.

|| North America: USA || Joe Biden on Day One as the President of America: Actions to Deliver: Relief For Families: Address the COVID-19 Pandemic: Provide Economic Relief: Tackle Climate Change and Advance Racial Equity ||

|| Wednesday: January 20: 2021 || ά. Today, hours after taking the oath of office, Mr Biden, the US President, will take a historic number of actions to deliver immediate relief for families across America, that are struggling in the face of converging crises. He is expected to sign a combination of executive orders, memoranda, directives and letters to take initial steps to address these crises, including, by changing the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, providing economic relief, tackling climate change and advancing racial equity.

As well as, re-joining the World Health Organisation:WHO, Mr Biden will sign the instrument to re-join the Paris Climate Agreement. The instrument will be deposited with the United Nations today and the United States will officially become a Party again 30 days later. He will sign an Executive Order, that takes critical first steps to address the climate crisis, create good union jobs and advance environmental justice, while reversing the previous administration’s harmful policies. The order jump-starts swift, initial action to tackle the climate crisis by: directing all executive departments and agencies to, immediately, review and take appropriate action to address federal regulations and other executive actions, taken during the last four years, that were harmful to public health, damaging to the environment, unsupported by the best available science or otherwise not in the national interest, including, agency actions.

|| North America: USA || As the President-Elect Joe Biden and the Vice-President Elect Kamala Harris Head to Washington DC For the Inauguration Ceremony Tomorrow January 20 to Begin Their Four-Year Term in Office at the White House 23 UN Special Rapporteurs Condemn the Violent Attempt at US Capitol to Overturn Election As Shocking and Incendiary ||

|| Political Economics || Methane and Climate Change: The International Energy Agency Publishes Global Methane Emissions From the Oil and Gas Industry: The World Must Bring Down Methane Emissions ||

|| Monday: January 18: 2021|| ά. The International Energy Agency:IEA has published new data, analysis and policy advice on global methane emissions from the oil and gas industry today, Monday, 18. Methane emissions are the second largest cause of global warming. While methane tends to receive less attention than carbon dioxide:CO2, reducing methane emissions will be critical for avoiding the worst effects of climate change. The largest source of methane emissions from human activity is agriculture, responsible for around a quarter of the total, closely followed by the energy sector, which includes emissions from coal, oil, natural gas and bio-fuels.as anthropogenic emissions.

The Status-Quo Complicity Mechanism: The World Is in the Grip of the Status-Quo Complicity Mechanism: Where Both the Elites in Power and the Elites in Opposition Subscribe to the Same Capitalism and All Its Poverty-Paradigm Serving the Rich: That Is Why World’s Working Humanity Needs a New World Political Movement

|| Tuesday: January 19: 2021 || ά. A group of independent UN rights experts released a statement on Monday, condemning the violent storming of the United States of America’s Capitol building in Washington DC on January 06, which they described as a shocking and incendiary attempt to overturn the results of a free and fair election. This comes as the President-Elect Mr Joe Biden and the Vice-President Elect Ms Kamala Harris head to Washington DC for the Inauguration Ceremony tomorrow, Wednesday, January 20 to begin a four-year term in office at the White House.

The US Capital is giving a sense of the city being in a siege where barricades, high barriers, blockades, closed roads and entry-points give a sense of highest sense of alert and, even, paranoia, as thousands of National Guards stand guard, following the violent attacks on the Capitol building by a violent and angry mob so that the swearing in ceremony of the new President can take place without incidents. 23 three UN Special Rapporteurs and members of Working Groups, who are unpaid volunteers, who are not UN staff, put their names to the statement, in which they strongly affirmed and expressed their solidarity with the American people, who stand for democracy, equality and the rule of law at this critical moment.