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Living hell of the half ton man

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At a massive 73-stone, Kenneth Brumley must lose weight, or die. His daily intake of 30,000 calories is the same as a regular-sized man eats in two weeks. For four years he’s been confined to a bed which buckled under his weight and powerless to move his gigantic legs. Only deliveries of fast food from his partner Serena break the monotony of the day. Because of this weakness for junk food, Kenneth... 

John Young exposes Marxist indoctrination detrimental to building families

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How to Have More White Babies Pt 2 By John Young — MP3 Welcome to Western Voices, I’m John Young of European Americans United. During the previous podcast in this series, we examined the impact of living standards, workplace expectations and division of labor between spouses on the birthrates of European-Americans. Today we are going to explore another aspect of this issue: radical feminism.  Read More »

French Doctor Invents Human Artificial Heart

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Professor Alain Carpentier has unveiled the device three decades after the world’s first human heart transplant. The French doctor has described it as the world’s first fully implantable artificial heart and says it could save the lives of thousands of heart patients, many of whom die while waiting for a heart donation. The revolutionary life-size mixture of animal tissue, titanium and... 

No jail for Lam Kuoth over unprotected HIV sex

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AN HIV-positive man who had unprotected sex with a young woman is expected to be released on a wholly suspended jail term and community-based order. The prosecution has accepted this would be an appropriate sentence for Lam Kuoth, and yesterday County Court judge Paul Lacava said he agreed “in principle”. But he ordered a pre-sentence report, saying “I am most anxious to ensure the... 

USA: AIDS Surging Among Blacks and Latinos

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Faced with an alarming incidence of HIV/AIDS among African Americans and Latinos, the nation urgently needs to begin a domestic program to curb the spread of the disease, according to a nationally recognized AIDS policy expert. “It’s not on the radar screen. There are not enough voices being raised,” said Dr. Beny J. Primm, executive director of the Addiction Research and Treatment... 

Disillusioned doctor says “South Africa: Go to hell!”

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I’m a northern European medical doctor. A senior surgeon, working in the public sector of South Africa. I have done so the last 5 years. I do not want to speak outside my discipline, so this will be about the medical demise of SA. Most visitors to South Africa, who encounter the public health sector, do so by visiting a hospital or a clinic in or near the big cities. What they get to see is a hospital... 

Immigrants Brought Lice to the United States of America

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One of the little-known and least studied effects of diversity and multiculturalism is the way in which the First World is quietly sliding back into the past, a past we once thought we’d pulled our way up out of. Parts of our lives are literally beginning to go back in time. Increasingly, our work conditions are less stable than those of our parents or grandparents. Working conditions in... 

Venereal Disease Came from Third World

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In a comprehensive genetic study, scientists have found what they say is the strongest evidence yet linking the first European explorers of the New World to the origin of sexually transmitted syphilis. The research, they say, supports the hypothesis that returning explorers introduced organisms leading, in probably modified forms, to the first recorded syphilis epidemic, beginning in Europe in 1493. The... 

Researchers Find Drug To Cure Homosexuality

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A new study is providing insights into the genetics of homosexuality — at least in fruit flies. Researchers have discovered a gene involved in homosexual behavior in the tiny flies. They also found a way to turn homosexuality on and off with drugs. Humans have a similar gene. But it’s unclear what effect, if any, the gene has on homosexual behavior in people, said biologist David Featherstone of... 

UK's skin bleaching trade exposed

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Accompanied by body-armor vested London police officers, Lambeth Senior Trading Standards Officer Ray Bouch walks into a beauty and cosmetics shop on Brixton’s Electric Avenue. Bouch works for the London borough’s Public Protection Unit, tasked with keeping everything from faulty condoms to illicit vodka off the streets. Today, he’s in search of contraband cosmetics: illegal skin... 

Hospital in Atlanta on Point of Collapse

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The Negro-run Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta has served as the first place of healthcare for generations of Negro violence in that city, from victims of stabbings and shootings, and motorists grievously injured in Atlanta’s murderous rush-hour traffic. Now, Grady itself is in grave condition. Staggering under a deficit projected at $55 million, the city’s only public hospital could... 

Surgery mix-up: Patient in Tanzania undergoes Head Operation Instead of Knee

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Migraine sufferer Emmanuel Mgaya recovering from knee surgery Tanzania’s Health Minister David Mwakyusa has apologised for a recent surgical mix-up where a knee patient underwent a complex head operation. On 8 November, surgeons at the country’s main Muhimbili hospital opened the skull of Emmanuel Didas to remove a non-existent brain tumour. While Emmanuel Mgaya, who had the tumour, underwent... 

Origins of Diseases, Pests and Parasites

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Those are the so-called "German Cockroaches". In fact they originate from Asia. Here is a partial list with origins of diseases, pests and parasites: Swine Influenza A (H1N1) – Central America (Mexico) HIV/AIDS – Africa Bubonic plague/Black Death – Africa, Asia (Coming from Jews into Europe) Tuberculosis – Africa, South America Syphilis – Africa, Asia Leprosy... 

Danone yogurts found to be contaminated with Dioxin

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European investigations into dioxin-tainted food caught up with France’s global dairy company Danone on Wednesday, when it pulled a batch of its fruit yogurts from Romanian shelves over fears of contamination. Danone’s Romanian subsidiary said that it had traced and secured an unspecified “quantity” of yogurts possibly contaminated with dioxins, a week after an investigation... 
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