The Politics of Obesity

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Unlike most epidemics, obesity is more prevalent in the industrialized north than the developing world. In the US, the most overweight country, rates of obesity have doubled since 1980. Sixty-six percent of Americans over 20 are overweight, with half of them qualifying as obese. Seventeen percent of American children are obese.

The corporate media – and much of the medical establishment – would have us believe that obesity is caused by poor self-control and bad lifestyle choices. This attitude has led to a growing call for a “fat tax” to penalize naughty fat people who can’t control themselves.

It’s nonsensical to blame individuals for a condition afflicting a broad cross section of society. Yet as Americans, it’s part of our conditioning to see social problems as the result of individual shortcomings.

The fact remains that social problems always have political and social causes, especially a condition like obesity, which is…

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“Weather Manipulation – A Pilot Speaks : Humanity vs Insanity”

Image: turner.com The following video speaks of the flooding, past and present, in England, but we can see the same disastrous effects of weather manipulation (climate geoengineering) in America: Weather Manipulation – A Pilot Speaks : Humanity vs Insanity by Zen Gardner ‘Natural Disasters’ are one thing … but ‘Man-Made Disasters’ are becoming an increasingly … Continue reading “Weather Manipulation – A Pilot Speaks : Humanity vs Insanity”

Oregon standoff: Militia group has ‘no right to this land,’ native tribe says

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The leader of an American Indian tribe that regards an Oregon nature preserve as sacred issued a rebuke Wednesday to the armed men who are occupying the property, saying they are not welcome at the bird sanctuary and must leave.

Source: Oregon standoff: Militia group has ‘no right to this land,’ native tribe says – World – CBC News

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Jan 06, 2016

Burns Paiute tribe says armed occupiers are ‘desecrating one of our sacred sites’

Burns Paiute tribe chair Charlotte Rodrique addresses reporters during a press conference in response to the armed occupation of the nearby Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Ore., on Wednesday.

Burns Paiute tribe chair Charlotte Rodrique addresses reporters during a press conference in response to the armed occupation of the nearby Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Burns, Ore., on Wednesday. (Manuel Valdes/Associated Press)

The leader of an American Indian tribe that regards an Oregon nature preserve as sacred issued a rebuke Wednesday to the armed men who are occupying the property, saying they are not welcome at the bird sanctuary and must leave.

The…

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