mediatechnology wrote: ↑
Sat Nov 16, 2019 10:16 am
Now more people are at risk of metabolic disease from over eating than starving.
One of the many, many reasons I don't shop at Wal*Mart.
I shop at walmart because it is relatively close and has decent fresh fruits and vegetables for good prices.
It's difficult to look at the scooter people swollen from diets including high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oil and other toxins.*
This week shopping I had to back down several aisles and go around because they were blocked by "scooter people", some were just talking with neighbors blocking my path.
Not bad enough to make me shop somewhere else with worse selection and higher prices.
One of the common threads I see is carbonated beverages.
These customers buy them by the case-load.
I have stopped vicariously critiquing what other shoppers buy, but there are entire aisles of the market I do not even enter. As a rule I try not to buy packaged water (or sugar water in the case of soda). Or any "processed" food... just read the labels. I do purchase lemon concentrate to make lemonade. I buy some milk to make Kefir, and milk has a lot of water in it, but not added water.
*I call those products "depopulation food."
People use poor judgement for most casual decisions. The fast/processed food industry has figured out how to engage the customers pleasure centers (endorphins) to keep them buying more and more.
The increase of obesity in the developing world is not just big food pimping crap food, but human evolution that programmed us to eat as much as we can whenever food is present, so we don't starve when it isn't. If food is always present, we overeat, without thoughtful decision making.
The globalists have slow-kill and fast-kill plans.
Food is one of the slow kill methods until Bill Gates dims the sun (SCOPEX?) and we can no longer crow food crops. Then food becomes fast-kill.
Anyone who tells you CO2 is bad wants you to starve to death.
I can not know what other people intend... There are innocent reasons for being concerned about population growth. Do not assume bad intent when the reason my just be bad judgement, or just different judgement.
I just read an article about how more people were killed by Japan's reaction to Fukushima shutting down all nuke power plants, then from any radiation leaks. Humans even in large groups do not always make smart decisions.