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    I might as well start this discussion. Lifestyle is all important to our cause. I think it's important that nationalists don't live the lifestyle we're fighting against. In my own case, I'm doing whatever I can to keep away from the things that are deleterious to our movement. I recently moved and we didn't bring the TV. That was one of the best things I've done in a long time. I'm no longerbeingupset by these fools that put on these idiotic shows, whether they're supposed to be news reports or are masquerading as comedy, "history channel," etc. There's too much good reading to be done rather than look at a bunch of poor slobs trying to act as if they know something.


    I also think we should spend as much time outdoors as possible. There's something to working or doing things in general outdoors that shields a person from the harmful effects of the constant propaganda that our people are constantly subjected to. It seems that people who spendtoo muchof their time indoors are much more prone to all forms of ailments not experienced by people who live a more physical life.

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    Nice post, a lot of wisdom there.


    My experience has been that the less people are exposed to television, the more open-minded and energetic they are. In short, TV creates apathetic consumer zombies rather than activist citizens.
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    i couldn't agree more. i haven't owned a set for 13 years now; it's so nice to live in an abode where the box hasn't been polluting the atmosphere. the good things TV offers are nothing but a cover (and bait) for the bad. it's fun to tally who has TV and who doesn't among people you know. most everybody connected with TV production is totally inimical to Truth; many of them simply hate us, especially those who most passionately preach love and tolerance for all mankind.

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    Let me have y'alls thoughts on this one please (Thanks, Thomas!). I'm deathly opposed to public schools AND big brotherism, but in this instance I must say I could easily live with the change proposed. If schools are in charge of millions of kids' diet while on the premises they might as well try to do them some good for a change.


    Speaking ofChristmas or "holiday" refreshments............ anybody agree with me that they're getting disgusting? This year they seemed to have NO nutrition and NO TASTE to them worth diddly. It's almost as if they're subconsciously embarrassed to handle real nutrition when blithely allowing a formerly sacred occasion to be trashed.


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    Dr. Carolyn Dean, MD, ND and
    Elissa Meininger
    January 5, 2006
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    http://www.newswithviews.com/Dean/carolyn27.htm

    With the holiday season over and the visions of sugar plums dancing in our heads fading and morphing into gas, bloating, dizziness, headaches, and fatigue, it’s time for our New Year’s Resolutions –both personal and political.

    For many of us, we’ve vowed to diet away those few extra pounds that have crept up on us over the last year or two. However, what we don’t usually consider is that while some of our weight issues and related health issues may be a lack of discipline, much of them, these days, are thanks to the tricks of the trade used by the food industry to make what they sell more alluring to our sense of taste, smell, and vision.

    In a Chicago Tribune series published last summer entitled, “Craving the Cookie,” the Oreo cookie was singled out as the prime example of the junk food industry hard at work to hook us into craving their products. Confected from sugar, flour and fat by Kraft Foods, Oreos, the world’s best-selling cookie, is hardly included in anyone’s diet as a health food.

    As it turns out, researchers at Kraft Foods, 85% of which is owned by the Altria Group, have been routinely consorting with researchers at Philip Morris, 100% owned by Altria, regarding the nature of brain chemistry and addictions. Kraft has also consulted with Princeton University psychologist, Bart Hoebel, whose study supported the idea that sugar, in particular, can have addictive properties. [ Read]

    It really doesn’t take a rocket scientist, a psychologist, or food specialist with a fancy degree to prove that sugar makes food more alluring. This fact has been known for centuries all over the world. The problem is the sheer volume of sugar we are now eating without having a clue as to its dangers. Consider that we only have about 2 teaspoons of sugar in our blood stream at any one time, yet we unconsciously down a can of soda that contains 10 teaspoons. Now, that’s gotta hurt something!

    In earlier times, here in America, sugar was a weekly treat in the form of some favorite candy that our mothers consented to, only if we were good. Now, liquid sugar, which is the proper name for soda, is practically inhaled by the liter and sugar-loaded confections are eaten by the pound, often disguised as a regular meal. It’s the probable cause of obesity and diabetes but the sugar industry won’t admit that and won’t let you say it either. They assume plausible deniability and say that sugar is only “scientifically” responsible for decaying teeth, for which they advise poisonous fluoride treatments as a preventative –a topic for a future NewsWithViews.com article.

    The sugar industry has taken as its theme song the lyrics from Mary Poppins that “a spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down” and added an extra line to the song that sugar should be added to all the food we eat, as well. Elissa even found a brand of frozen turkey for sale last week, that contained sugar­you know, that raw, frozen, sumptuous bird you roasted all day and ate for dinner during the holidays that you thought was just made of turkey?

    So, if you decide to take charge of your health and limit your sugar intake, your first line of defense is reading labels and knowing all the other names sugar goes by in the food industry. Yup. Sugar is an ingredient in all kinds of foods that you’d never suspect. It is also disguised with 100 different names such as maltitiol, sorbitol, sucrose, dextrose, fructose, lactose, glucose, maltose, succanat, turbinado, demerrara, molasses, high fructose corn syrup, maple syrup, honey, barley syrup, malt syrup, rice syrup, cane juice, syrup, and fruit juice concentrate.

    If you still want the taste of sugar but not the health risks, you can go to your health food store and stock up on Stevia, a sweetener 200 times sweeter than sugar, made from the leaves of a tree that grows in Brazil. At least one brand now comes in six yummy flavors such as apricot nectar, chocolate raspberry, lemon drop, English toffee, vanilla crème, and Valencia orange so you can have fun adding them to all those great beverages you can find at trendy cafes. If Stevia doesn’t work for you, a New Year’s present is a new product that Betty Martini of anti-aspartame fame (www.dorway.com) says has been tested and comes up clean. It’s called Just Like Sugar made of chicory, calcium and orange peel and will be in health food stores as of January 2006.

    However, if you are suffering from all those blah feelings acquired this past holiday season, and a quick diet to get rid of those extra pounds is not going to clean up your health, you may have a more serious problem than just eating too much sugar. You may have a good case of yeast overgrowth that, if not controlled, is the gateway to all kinds of diseases, some of which can hasten an untimely death. In truth, most of the people that I consult with are troubled by undiagnosed yeast overgrowth. It’s another important condition, much like vitamin and mineral deficiencies, that modern medicine has actively ignored.

    Antibiotics, cortisone, the birth control pill, and a high sugar and white flour diet can overturn the friendly balance of organisms in your intestines and stimulate yeast overgrowth. Yeast produces up to 180 different yeast toxins in the body. Several of these toxins are alcohols and aldehydes that can actually make a person feel drunk without having touched a drop! Other toxins act to block hormones and even cause sugar and carbohydrate cravings.

    I’m the medical advisor to The Yeast Connection a website devoted to continuing the work pioneered by Dr. William Crook regarding the link between yeast overgrowth and the diseases it causes. I invite you to investigate our site for healthy tips located at our Yeast Fighting Program link on how to avoid sugar and how to stay healthy through the new year and for years to come.

    On the personal front, while you may have decided to take on the battle of the bulge and/or clean up your general health by getting sugar out of your diet, on the political front, your children are more than likely still at risk by just going to school. There is a battle raging between a number of school systems and the junk food industry that you may want to know about. In particular, the one reported by Associated Press (AP) in a December 30, 2005, story about an interesting showdown brewing in Arizona.

    There is a new anti-junk-food law in Arizona. It was passed in the spring of 2005 and will take effect in July 2006. Because of the new law, the state’s Department of Education proposes a ban on all soft drinks, fried potato chips, doughnuts, sweet rolls, cupcakes, sports drinks, and other high-fat, high-sugar snacks.

    According to the AP article, there is a 3-inch-thick folder of public comments at the Arizona Department of Education written by students, parents, teachers, food-service directors, concerned citizens, and companies. The opinions vary on what should be done. Soft-drink companies have sent representatives to the Department­although they may concede that cans of soda containing 10 tsp of sugar might be banned, they argue that the school system should keep diet soft drinks available! If you read our December 30, 2005, article (LINK) you know that aspartame, the chemical sweetener in diet products is not a safe substitute and citizens in neighboring New Mexico are trying to ban it altogether...............

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    Here's a stunner on health solutions. I hate to say it, but I can't say I blame these Americans one bit. In fact I almost feel like applauding their thinking outside the box this way. Have American dental and medical personnel earned it with the rates they charge? I feel they have. It's true that they're under the gun for lawyers' and insurors' fees, but it's also true that they love the good life and in many cases have no respect for patients and no ideals.


    We've heard lately about "virtual immigration" -- foreign professional people coming here to take American's jobs "temporarily" but staying for extended periods -- and now what would you call this?


    Americans Flee To India For Better Health Care
    Opinion by Consumer Advocate Tim Bolen
    http://www.rense.com/general69/ameri.htm


    According to the newspaper "Times of India," 150,000 people, mostly from the United States, went to India last year for Medical care. Called "medical tourism" the numbers are growing at 15% per annum and by 2012, that "medical tourism" is expected to generate $2.3 billion annually in India. As one representative of an Indian Hospital, Anne Marie Moncure, MD, of Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, says, "Every year, 98,000 patients die in US hospitals due to medical negligence and three to four times that number are left permanently-disabled."


    The United States Medical Care system, rated a poor seventy-second (72nd), worldwide, has been teetering on the brink of destruction for years now. Greed, malfeasance, misfeasance, grand corruption, murderous intent, and a self-centeredness unequaled in history has led the system to the abyss. The system, the most expensive in the world, IS THE NUMBER ONE KILLER OF AMERICANS. Above heart disease, cancer and stroke, the medical system, itself, is responsible for the unnecessary deaths of 783,936 Americans EVERY YEAR. There are no estimates of how many are damaged or disabled by it.


    But, what we do know is who's responsible for this atrocity. There are five culprits (1) the American Health Insurance Industry, (2) "Big Pharma," (3) the US medical regulatory system - the US FDA and the individual State licensing boards that aren't doing their jobs, (4) The "quackbuster" operation run by a New York ad agency, and (5) US Network television. I'll explain below in a minute.


    More, it's not just India that is providing better, safer, cost-effective healthcare for Americans. Mexico, for instance, draws huge numbers of Americans across the common border, who not only buy cheaper, safer, medical care, but they buy first-rate dentistry at a fraction of the cost in the US, and they buy pharmaceuticals by the bag full at a tenth of the price of the same US offering. The border clinics offer workable solutions to cancer, for instance, that are almost completely outlawed in the US - yet have awesome success rates......




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    I've just had a remarkable phone call with one of SC's most renowned patriots -- no, nobody you've heard me mention much. A gentleman in his 60s, he fought off prostate cancer well for 10 years with a radical change of diet. He reports wonderful things that are happening in cancer curing, involving doctors in Scotland, NYC and NC.


    I was going to just paste my raw notes in here, but perhaps should just invite anyone interested to email me for a copy of them. There's no clue there to the man'sidentity but the language is kind of explicit.


    Please specify whether you want the info with or without the hilarious blunt comment his wife made about the situation. [img]smileys/smiley1.gif[/img]


    NWALLER@EARTHLINK.NET



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    This just in from a comrade in the Southern struggle (SCV = Sons of Confederate Veterans). Logically speaking, it seems to me that junk food would have to be toxic -- junk drinks included. The idea of losing weight by switching to a sugarless Cola addiction has, for instance, struck me as sheerest lunacy since I was about 10 and Coke saturation-bombed the public with advertising for Tab.*


    From: "chase looney" chase.looney@gmail.com
    Subject: Re: Soft Drinks and Cancer


    One way is to address the fact that all the soft drinks have been linked to cancer and almost all the diseases including Diabetes. This includes all artificial sweeteners. I have been doing research for 19 years about cancer and have become
    quite an expert on the subject. 10 weeks ago my diet and research were taken to lab at M D Anderson Cancer Center.
    I'm not al all that smart, I had many doctors and friends dying of cancer and were looking for help. The fact is chemically
    treated bleached white sugar feeds cancers. Natural sugars in fruits and vegetables do not. I have been battling cancer for 19 years and the only way to get the cancer to go into remission was to stop Little Debbie cakes and cookies and the bottled sugar soft drinks. I was treated for 14 years at University of Virginia at Charlottesville, Virginia. When it came back as terminal in January 2001 I was sent home to die, I called Cancer Treatment Center of America for a second opinion. I was put in contact with a nutritional oncologist, something I never heard of at UVA for over 14 years. I was told sugar feeds cancer and if I was going to beat cancer I had to change my diet. I was sent an Alkaline Diet by internet. I never went to CTCA for second opinion. A cancer center in Miami, FL. told me it was stage 4 and nothing could be done. I made a dramatic change to my diet and stopped all chemically treated foods laced with sugar. The cancers started drying up and going away. It's almost 5 years later and I'm still here healthy and raising HELL about SUGAR. Thats why M D Anderson
    wanted "my diet" actually not my diet I was only one of many that worked together to put this all together. Some of my
    friends and doctors that also had cancer were searching for help. Some of them are now deseased and I feel it is my duty to them to try and get our message out to help others. I've been working with terminally ill cancer patients that the doctors have given up on and the results are astonishing. OH! just got this in yesterday Fluoride in drinking water has been linked to Cancers and diseases, add aluminum to the water and you get a direct link to Alzheimers. Try drinking a soft drink in an aluminum can and you have the lethal combination, artifical sugar, fluoride and aluminum. I have a ton of information if you would be interested.
    Chase D. Looney, SCV<BR clear=all>
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    LINKED CURRENTLY AT ANU: "Coke is Death" [alternet.org]


    As stockholders filed into the room in April 2005, news hadn't been good for Coke, which has steadily lost market share to rivals. Investors were eager for reassurance from CEO Neville Isdell, a patrician Irishman who had recently assumed the top job. Few in the room, however, were prepared for what happened next. As Isdell stood at the podium, two long lines formed at the microphones. When he opened the floor, the first to speak was Ray Rogers, a veteran union organizer and head of the Campaign to Stop Killer Coke. "I want to know what [Coke is] going to do to regain the trust and credibility in order to stop the growing movement worldwide...banning Coke products," boomed the 62-year-old.


    That was just the beginning of a ninety-minute slugfest that the Financial Times later said "felt more like a student protest rally" than a stockholders' meeting. One after another, students, labor activists and environmentalists blasted Coke's international human rights record. Many focused on Colombia, where Coke has been accused of conspiring with paramilitary death squads to torture and kill union activists. Others highlighted India, where Coke has allegedly polluted and depleted water supplies. Still others called the company to task for causing obesity through aggressive marketing to children.


    In the past two years the Coke campaign has grown into the largest anticorporate movement since the campaign against Nike for sweatshop abuses. Around the world, dozens of unions and more than twenty universities have banned Coke from their facilities, while activists have dogged the company from World Cup events in London to the Winter Olympics in Torino. More than just the re-emergence of the corporate boycott, however, the fight against Coke is a leap forward in international cooperation. Coke, with its red-and-white swoosh recognizable everywhere from Beijing to Baghdad, is perhaps the quintessential symbol of the US-dominated global economy. The fight to hold it accountable has, in turn, broadly connected issues across continents to become a truly globalized grassroots movement......


    * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tab_%28soft_drink%29


    Tab, also spelled TaB, was the first diet soft drink brand produced by the Coca-Cola Bottling Co. It was introduced in 1963 and has been reformulated several times. It was initially sweetened with cyclamate. After the FDA issued a ban on cyclamate in 1973, saccharin was used. In 1977, the FDA moved to ban saccharin. The ban proposal was rejected by the U.S. Congress, but it did require that all products containing saccharin carry a warning label that saccharin may cause cancer. A formula revision in 1984 blended aspartame with saccharin; this is the formula that is currently marketed in North America.


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    I read about this study in Catholic World Report, a gloss magazine appreciably to the right of most -- in an article called "Costs of the sexual revolution". Wish they'd check with the sex avatars of the 1960s to see how thrilled they are with the long-term results of their moral leadership. At times like these, for some reason, strains of Joni Mitchell's libertine anthem "My Old Man"* seem to waft through the air -- you know, "We don’t need no piece of paper / From the city hall / Keeping us tied and true" and all that. Really, I think we have Joni (plus Judy Collins, CSNY et al) to thank for the situation before us, as much as Kinsey or Hefner. [img]smileys/smiley11.gif[/img]


    Anyway, the bottom line of the article is that 1.3 percent of all deaths in the US are due to prior wrongful intimacy, a statistic that is no doubt felt vicariously by every payer of taxes or medical bills in the land.
    <H2>Sexual behaviour: related adverse health burden in the United States </H2>


    As part of an analysis of the burden of disease and injury in<SUP> </SUP>the United States, we identified and quantified the incidence<SUP> </SUP>of adverse health events, deaths, and disability adjusted life<SUP> </SUP>years (DALY) attributed to sexual behaviour. In 1998, about<SUP> </SUP>20 million such events (7532/100 000 people) and 29 782 such<SUP> </SUP>deaths (1.3% of all US deaths) occurred, contributing to 2 161<SUP> </SUP>417 DALYs (6.2% of all US DALYs). The majority of incident health<SUP> </SUP>events (62%) and DALYs (57%) related to sexual behaviour were<SUP> </SUP>among females, and curable infections and their sequelae contributed<SUP> </SUP>to over half of these. Viral infections and their sequelae accounted<SUP> </SUP>for nearly all sexual behaviour related deaths—mostly<SUP> </SUP>HIV/AIDS. Sexual behaviour attributed DALYs in the United States<SUP> </SUP>are threefold higher than that in overall established market<SUP> </SUP>economies.<SUP> </SUP>


    http://sti.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/81/1/38


    * http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/joni-mitchell/75263.html



    LATER in the same magazine..... came an article called "The New Totalitarianism: `Hate Crimes', and Same-Sex `Marriage'".............. headed by an anonymous quote from 1775 which perfectly describes today's predicament:


    Lost is our old simplicity of times;


    The world abounds with laws and teems with crimes........


    Edited by: nelson

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    Some of you don't want to hear about this topic, so the link below allows you an extra stage of entry in which to decide to turn back.


    But it's critcally important.


    http://www.abortionbreastcancer.com/



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    Anybody heard of tonal therapy? A friend got a serious, chronic toothache fixed thereby.


    LATER. Vialls swears smoking is good for you.


    http://vialls.net/transpositions/smoking.html


    Smoking Helps Protect Against Lung Cancer
    And here are some of the mice who helped to prove it!


    ............ Twelve years after the cataclysmic Trinity test, it became obvious to western governments that things were getting completely out of control, with a 1957 British Medical Research Council report stating that global ?deaths from lung cancer have more than doubled during the period 1945 to 1955?, though no explanation was offered. During the same ten-year period, cancer deaths in the immediate proximity of Hiroshima and Nagasaki went up threefold. By the end of official atmospheric testing in 1963, the incidence of lung cancer in the Pacific Islands had increased fivefold since 1945. Having screwed your environment completely for 50,000 years, it was time for ?big government? to start taking heavy diversionary action.
    How could people be proved to be causing themselves to contract lung cancer, i.e. be said to be guilty of a self inflicted injury for which government could never be blamed or sued? The only obvious substance that people inhaled into their lungs, apart from air, was tobacco smoke, so the government boot was put in. Poorly qualified medical ?researchers? suddenly found themselves overwhelmed with massive government grants all aimed at achieving the same end-result: ?Prove that smoking causes lung cancer?. Real scientists [especially some notable nuclear physicists] smiled grimly at the early pathetic efforts of the fledgling anti-smoking lobby, and lured them into the deadliest trap of all. The quasi medical researchers were invited to prove their false claims under exactly the same rigid scientific rules that were used when proving that radioactive particles cause lung cancer in mammals.
    Remember, for any theory to be accepted scientifically, it must first be proven in accordance with rigorous requirements universally agreed by scientists. First the suspect agent [tobacco smoke] must be isolated, then used in properly controlled laboratory experiments to produce the claimed result, i.e. lung cancer in mammals. Despite exposing literally tens of thousands of especially vulnerable mice and rats to the equivalent of 200 cigarettes per day for years on end, ?medical science? has never once managed to induce lung cancer in any mouse or rat. Yes, you did read that correctly. For more than forty years, hundreds of thousands of medical doctors have been deliberately lying to you.
    The real scientists had the quasi medical researchers by the throat, because ?pairing? the deadly radioactive particle experiment with the benign tobacco smoke experiment, proved conclusively for all time that smoking cannot under any circumstances cause lung cancer. And further, in one large ?accidental? experiment they were never allowed to publish, the real scientists proved with startling clarity that smoking actually helps to protect against lung cancer.
    All mice and rats are used one-time-only in a specific experiment, and then destroyed. In this way researchers ensure that the results of whatever substance they are testing cannot be accidentally ?contaminated? by the real or imagined effects of another substance. Then one day as if by magic, a few thousand mice from the smoking experiment ?accidentally? found their way into the radioactive particle experiment, which in the past had killed every single one of its unfortunate test subjects. But this time, completely against the odds, sixty percent of the smoking mice survived exposure to the radioactive particles. The only variable was their prior exposure to copious quantities of tobacco smoke...................


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    Almost too disgusting to share—but too important not to: the latest account of what happens to chicken.


    http://date-dabitur.com/?p=323


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    Ron: some doctors are chucking bureaucracy and going back to making $35 house calls! (Why don't they all?)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0lA6XCt3gM&amp;NR=1
    <h1 style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);">Ron Paul: Bill Makes Health-Care System Worse</h1>

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    Don't eat anymore seafood unless you personally know who caught it.

    http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/835.html


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    The idea of paying money for water in stores has always struck me as hopelessly naff. Surely everybody who's ever drunk the stuff tastes the plastic, and another video from Brasscheck or somebody once charted the folly of the economics of it! Isn't it striking how many of the chemicals around us are a drag on fertility and reproduction? Then there's the staggering environmental impact!

    To me, it's axiomatic that bottled water is a FAD of the most foolish, feckless type. Wait a minute -- is this stuff in juice bottles? [img]smileys/smiley25.gif[/img][img]smileys/smiley26.gif[/img][img]smileys/smiley3.gif[/img]

    http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/998.html



    The bottled water scam/catastrophe </font>


    The FDA strikes again </font>


    NEXT DAY! Coke is embarrassed:


    http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/1042.html


    Bottled water scam busted
    in the UK
    </font>


    But US laws say "It's OK"</font>

    LATER: Not sure what to make of this, but it sounds cool:



    http://www.naturalnews.com/031754_grounding_health.html

    <t></t><t></t><table>
    <t><tr><td valign="top">
    </td></tr></t></table><t></t><t></t><table style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);"><t><tr><td valign="top"><a href="http://ssomail.charter.net/do/redirect?url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.naturalnews.co m%252F031754_grounding_health.html" target="_blank" target="_blank">Grounding
    yourself shown to provide health benefits</a>
    </font>
    Ever feel the urge to walk barefoot on
    the beach or feel the grass between your toes? As it turns out, this urge
    goes much deeper than simply feeling good. It has been repeatedly
    demonstrated that there is a significant electrical
    interaction...</font></td></tr>
    </t></table>


    cf



    http://www.naturalnews.com/touch.html


    LATER. "Moles fight aging" -- National Examiner 1/10/11:30. Pge 37: "Mozart has growing influence on food" -- cf

    http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fs20101125a3.html<br style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);"><h1 style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);" id="line">Mozart's growing influence on food</h1>


    <h2 style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);" id="deck">Can fruit, vegetables and other foods really benefit from daily doses of classical music?</h2>


    <br style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);">
    <div style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);" id="writer">By DANIEL KRIEGER</div>


    <div style="color: rgb(102, 0, 0);" id="writerstitle">Special to The Japan Times</div>




    Although the claim that listening to Wolfgang Amadeus
    Mozart's complicated scores can boost your IQ has been debunked, its
    effect on bananas has yet to be disputed. So in July, the Hyogo
    Prefecture-based fruit company Toyoka Chuo Seika shipped out its first
    batch of "Mozart Bananas" to supermarkets in the area........




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    Ah, this should be no surprise, shoud it? Even the Bible notes what a great beneficial thing bees are in every way but one.


    Beeswax Candles Cleanse Air
    05-10-2011 • arclein
    The negative ions connect with positively charged ions that carry dust, mold, bacteria, viruses and other allergens. The excess weight causes the irritants in the air to fall to the ground where they can be swept up or vacuumed.
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    My secretary just now showed me the cherry-pit packs she uses for her muscle and nerve problems. Says they work wonders!



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    An article entitled ""Perfect Woman" Weighed 171 Pounds"

    http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-livin...194800801.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelson3 View Post
    Ah, this should be no surprise, shoud it? Even the Bible notes what a great beneficial thing bees are in every way but one.


    Beeswax Candles Cleanse Air
    05-10-2011 • arclein
    The negative ions connect with positively charged ions that carry dust, mold, bacteria, viruses and other allergens. The excess weight causes the irritants in the air to fall to the ground where they can be swept up or vacuumed.
    Read CommentsMake a CommentEmail this News LinkSend Letter to Editor


    My secretary just now showed me the cherry-pit packs she uses for her muscle and nerve problems. Says they work wonders!

    Beeswax is awesome. You can use it to lubricate windows, doors, and drawers, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scronx View Post
    I read about this study in Catholic World Report, a gloss magazine appreciably to the right of most -- in an article called "Costs of the sexual revolution". Wish they'd check with the sex avatars of the 1960s to see how thrilled they are with the long-term results of their moral leadership. At times like these, for some reason, strains of Joni Mitchell's libertine anthem "My Old Man"* seem to waft through the air -- you know, "We don’t need no piece of paper / From the city hall / Keeping us tied and true" and all that. Really, I think we have Joni (plus Judy Collins, CSNY et al) to thank for the situation before us, as much as Kinsey or Hefner. [img]smileys/smiley11.gif[/img]


    Anyway, the bottom line of the article is that 1.3 percent of all deaths in the US are due to prior wrongful intimacy, a statistic that is no doubt felt vicariously by every payer of taxes or medical bills in the land.
    <H2>Sexual behaviour: related adverse health burden in the United States </H2>


    As part of an analysis of the burden of disease and injury in<SUP> </SUP>the United States, we identified and quantified the incidence<SUP> </SUP>of adverse health events, deaths, and disability adjusted life<SUP> </SUP>years (DALY) attributed to sexual behaviour. In 1998, about<SUP> </SUP>20 million such events (7532/100 000 people) and 29 782 such<SUP> </SUP>deaths (1.3% of all US deaths) occurred, contributing to 2 161<SUP> </SUP>417 DALYs (6.2% of all US DALYs). The majority of incident health<SUP> </SUP>events (62%) and DALYs (57%) related to sexual behaviour were<SUP> </SUP>among females, and curable infections and their sequelae contributed<SUP> </SUP>to over half of these. Viral infections and their sequelae accounted<SUP> </SUP>for nearly all sexual behaviour related deaths—mostly<SUP> </SUP>HIV/AIDS. Sexual behaviour attributed DALYs in the United States<SUP> </SUP>are threefold higher than that in overall established market<SUP> </SUP>economies.<SUP> </SUP>


    http://sti.bmjjournals.com/cgi/content/full/81/1/38


    * http://www.lyricsfreak.com/j/joni-mitchell/75263.html



    LATER in the same magazine..... came an article called "The New Totalitarianism: `Hate Crimes', and Same-Sex `Marriage'".............. headed by an anonymous quote from 1775 which perfectly describes today's predicament:


    Lost is our old simplicity of times;


    The world abounds with laws and teems with crimes........


    Edited by: nelson

    It seems that the whole "sexual revolution" was just a game.
    You see people who don't believe in marriage, but they cannot commit to someone either.
    This is a big issue for our race.
    Without structure, children will be raised in institutions, not families.

    What people saw as "freedom" became more of a form of enslavement, "chasing the moon" and
    thinking there was something better. But for thousands of years, the family was the direct mode of
    propagating our people in evolution.

    Hugh Hefner is a certain person, a person who made money by making men feel inadequate.
    Men are more feminized now more than ever.
    One has to wonder what freedoms the "sexual revolution" gave to Whites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doublehelix View Post
    It seems that the whole "sexual revolution" was just a game.
    You see people who don't believe in marriage, but they cannot commit to someone either.
    This is a big issue for our race.
    Without structure, children will be raised in institutions, not families.

    What people saw as "freedom" became more of a form of enslavement, "chasing the moon" and
    thinking there was something better. But for thousands of years, the family was the direct mode of
    propagating our people in evolution.

    Hugh Hefner is a certain person, a person who made money by making men feel inadequate.
    Men are more feminized now more than ever.
    One has to wonder what freedoms the "sexual revolution" gave to Whites.
    The wisdom of millenniums pushed aside for the folly of decades.

    But I would point out that we still have strong men, they are dying in the "Zionist Wars" and as the saying goes "the best bleed and worst breed".

    Today, we are in much the same situation that the Germans found themselves in after World War I, but with massive importation of nonwhites and even more rigged election, but hope remains for are still many good White men and women and many of them are awaking. We are interesting times where anything can happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    The wisdom of millenniums pushed aside for the folly of decades.

    But I would point out that we still have strong men, they are dying in the "Zionist Wars" and as the saying goes "the best bleed and worst breed".

    Today, we are in much the same situation that the Germans found themselves in after World War I, but with massive importation of nonwhites and even more rigged election, but hope remains for are still many good White men and women and many of them are awaking. We are interesting times where anything can happen.
    I agree about the pre-war Germany situation.

    The military is mostly nonwhite now. The military has become a place for those who cannot find a job, too. It is a haven of multiculturalism.

    Men today are far more liberal than ever. Many are ascribing to the whole "metrosexual" deal. They shave the hair off their bodies and obsess about things like this. This is the problem with people listening to the TV and print media. They torture themselves over silly things that are meaningless. Many are Beta Males and are not strong. Thus, the liberalized male. Many call themselves "Conservative", but today's conservatives are more liberal than ever.

    Men have been conditioned to think pairing up with someone is being tied down. They need to learn more about evolution and how our species, Whites, came to be. They think being single means being free and having a good life. Granted, there are bad marriages, but what they are idolizing is empty and meaningless.

    Many spend their free time drinking, gambling, drinking, screaming at sports, and just giving into the whole jewified culture.

    We need leaders and not people who are out for their own advantages.

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