Image: http://www.nibizsoft.com This is the title to an article I ran across today. And here is my response: Perhaps, 40% of American adults are "obese" because they hate the American nightmare they exist in, and so overeat to forget? Or perhaps, these "obese" Americans aren't 'GAINFULLY EMPLOYED' anymore, and so they can no longer afford … Continue reading “Americans Have Never Been More Overweight Then They Are Now – New Survey Finds 40% Of U.S. Adults Are Obese”
On ‘Independence’: Catalonia, Kurdistan, North Korea and Latin America
By Andre Vltchek and Alessandro Bianchi
Interview with Andre Vltchek by Alessandro Biancchi, Chief Editor of the Italian Political Magazine Anti-Diplomatico
October 15, 2017 “Information Clearing House” – 1) Alessandro Bianchi: Self-determination of peoples and respect for the borders and sovereignty of a country. This is of the most complicated issue for international law. How can it be articulated for the case of Catalonia?
Andre Vltchek: Personally, I’m not very enthusiastic about smaller nations forming their own states, particularly those in the West, where they would, after gaining ‘independence’, remain in the alliances that are oppressing and plundering the entire world: like NATO or the European Union.
Clearly, the breaking of the great country of Yugoslavia into small pieces was a hostile, evil design bythe West, and particularly of Germany and Austria. The dissolution of Czechoslovakia…
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